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Machiavelli and the Global Compass: Ends and Means in Ethics and Leadership

Phil Harris
Journal of Business Ethics
Vol. 93, Supplement 1: ABOUT GLOBAL LEADERSHIP AND GLOBAL ETHICS, AND A POSSIBLE MORAL COMPASS (2010), pp. 131-138
Published by: Springer
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/27919158
Page Count: 8
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Machiavelli and the Global Compass: Ends and Means in Ethics and Leadership
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Abstract

This article discusses the perpetual debate on the Florentine, Niccolo Machiavelli's ethical values and leadership ideas and the consequent creation of the mythical reputation and negative epithet 'Machiavellian'. This article proposes recommendations on how Machiavelli's thought and his study can best be applied to bring genuine clarity and value to organisations in these interesting and turbulent times providing a hopefully viable compass for a changing landscape.

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