British Council

Another hypothesis that bears consideration ( see original post ) is that an organization does not make any decision to act, nor undertake any action as an organization. Primarily, ethics is concerned with the consequences of future actions, as a method to evaluate whether an action that has not yet occurred should be undertaken. Social concern and environment are not going to be the concern and to limit the movement of business. The difference between business and nonprofit organizations would seem to be the generation of profit (a non-profit being, by its very name, and organization that does not generate profit). The concept of good and bad, right and wrong that are applied in the local business must be applied in the international business too.

As worker-bees, we have a responsibility to our customers, our staff, our Boards and shareholders, to serve them with respect and care and make money. …