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Leadership: A Discussion about Ethics
Joseph C. Rost
Business Ethics Quarterly
Vol. 5, No. 1, Ethics and Leadership: The 1990s (Jan., 1995), pp. 129-142
Published by: Cambridge University Press
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/3857276
Page Count: 14
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In this article, the author lists three problems that make any serious discussion about the ethics of leadership a very difficult undertaking. He then proposes a new, postindustrial paradigm of leadership. Using that understanding of leadership, two different sets of ethical analyses of leadership are possible: (1) those concerned with the process of leadership and (2) those concerned with the content of leadership (the changes proposed by the leaders and collaborators). In the end, the author suggests that the industrial paradigm of ethics (the 18th century liberal philosophy) is inadequate to deal with the ethical decision making that leaders and collaborators must do in the 21st century. Thus, a postindustrial paradigm of ethics must be developed to enable leaders and collaborators to make the tough ethical choices that will be demanded in the new millennium.
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