Case Study 86500: Business Organization And Management
California Southern University
MGT 86500: Business Organization and Management
Dr. Donna DiMatteo-Gibson
There have been empirical assessments of the validity of measurement scales and theoretical definitions of organizations’ ethical culture. Early studies reinforce the contention that an organizations ethical culture encourages progressive organizational behavior and the attainment of organizational objectives (Riivari & Lämsä, 2013).
Ethical climate implies the perspectives and aspects in the organization that govern the elements that represent ethical behavior (Riivari & Lämsä, 2013). Ethical culture refers to the principles and …show more content…
Indeed, ethical culture has a significant role in the creativity of the workforce (Mohamad, 2010). Innovation does not occur in an organization that does not have a corresponding positive ethical culture (Čmelíková, 2017). The study utilized two designs: a descriptive design that involved the use of questionnaires on the participants, and correlational analysis that investigated the relationships between the study variables. Moreover, there was an application of subject-completed instruments in the form of …show more content…
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