Why do we need global ethics? (Master, Doctorate)

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Syllabus of the Online Subject - Why do we need global ethics?

  1. The necessity of a model of a global ethics
  2. Implications of global ethics on business and globalisation
  3. Some cases of Business People who apply global ethics models:
    1. Kiran Mazumdar (Founder of Biocom. India. Hindu)
    2. Azim Premji (Founder of Wipro. India. Muslim)
    3. Srichand Hinduja (Founder of the Hinduja Group. India. Hindu)
    4. Kazuo Inamori (founder of Kyocera. Japan. Zen Buddhist Monk)
    5. Bhavarlal Hiralal Jain (Director of Jain Irrigation. India. Jain)
    6. Carlos Slim (Founder of Carso Group. Mexico. Christian)
    7. Bill Gates and Warren Buffet (founders of the largest philanthropic initiative: The Giving Pledge, United States, Agnostics)
  4. Final conclusions

The eLearning Subject “Why do we need a global ethics?” is part of the following Online Higher Education Programs taught by EENI Business School & HA University:
  1. Professional Master of Science in International Business
  2. Doctorate in Ethics, Religion & Business

Learning materials in Master in International Business in English or Study Master Doctorate Business in Spanish Ética Global Study, Master in International Business in French Éthique mondiale

Global Ethics (Master Doctorate)

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Kazuo Inamori
Ethics Inamori

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Description of the Online Subject: Why do we need global ethics?

Worldwide crisis (financial, economic, and politic): need for a Global Ethics

How we have seen, global ethics influence on

  1. International Business: “Towards an Ahimsa Company?”
  2. New Globalisation model
  3. Science
  4. Education. Towards an education in values which transcends cultures
  5. Politics
  6. Religions and Culture Dialogue

Global Ethics influence on global business and globalisation.

1- International Business and Global Ethics.

a) International Marketing Strategies

Adapt globally with global ethics principles.

Impact on:

  1. Marketing plan: Product design, promotion and communication policies, prices, distribution strategies, positioning, branding, and segmentation
  2. Value Chain (Suppliers, Distributors, Branch)
  3. People (Workers, Managers, Directors) Code of Ethics

Kiran Mazumdar
Ethics and Business (Doctorate)

b) Trusted Relationships.

Business growth and brand loyalty.

Azim Premji
Ethics Brand Loyalty

C) Avoid intercultural clashes.

The Intercultural Management (Hofstede, Edward Hall) measures differences between cultures. Global Ethics is based on shared values.

d) Digital Economy. Google, Facebook.

Who define privacy limits ?

2- New globalisation model.

Free market based on global ethics principles and respecting environment and humanity.

Towards a Spiritual Capitalism and “Ahimsa Company”: The success of a company is measured by:

  1. Values: integrity, non-violence (Ahimsa), and tolerance
  2. Results: efficiency, profitability

Remember: the spiritual leaders are showing the path. Some world's Business leaders are developing their teachings.

We need to open our mind and our heart to non-western vision.

To Hinduism.

Ethics Globalisation

To Buddhism.

Buddhist Economics
Buddhist Economics (Doctorate Religions)

To Islam.

Zakat (solidarity).

  1. The Zakat tax as the basis of the Islamic fiscal policy
  2. Quoted thirty-four times in the Quran
  3. A good Muslim should pay annually 2.5% of its assets of its net wealth, to benefit the poorest brothers or in a state of disgrace

The role of the banks in the global economy

  1. Under the principles of Islamic Finance, a Bank cannot be a single lender who is not involved in the business; the Bank should be a financial partner
  2. The Bank assumes the risks of the company and therefore has a part of the business ownership

Ethics Islam

Now I have just my dresses. I donated all my possessionsSulaiman Al-Rajhi is the founder of one of the World's largest Islamic banks.

To Jainism.

Bhavarlal Hiralal Jain
Ethics Jainism

To Christianity.

Carlos Slim (the world's richest men)
Ethics Christian

To Agnostics.

Giving Pledge
Ethics Agnostics

Economy, finance, and politics have been globalised. Why not ethics?

The history of humanity has bequeathed us through our ancestors these wisdom traditions, these open windows to understanding, that today, in the  digitalisation and globalisation era; we can lose.

The English poet T.S. Elliot explained us this risk with these beautiful and thoughtful words.

“Where is the knowledge we have lost in information?
Where is the wisdom we have lost in knowledge?” TS Elliot.

The Bhagavad-Gita, the sacred book of Hinduism, wrote 2,300 years ago, says:

“When the kindness declines
When the wickedness increases
When the purpose of the life is forgotten
I will manifest, I will return
To pronounce the sacred; to destroy the sin of the sinner
To re-establish the way of the principles” The Bhagavad-Gita.

Ethics, business, and religion.

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