Tag Archives: Ethics in Management

Management Case Studies: Profit in Taking the Blame

Profit in Taking the Blame Funeral of Hoshiyar Sinh became a big affair- beyond anyone’s imagination. He had died while in office of the biggest unit of the conglomerate called Brite Corporation International Limited. Brite Corporation International Limited was still … Continue reading

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Management Case Studies: What Is the Limit?

What Is the Limit? Ambalal Patel owned a moderate size business. He had approached his middle age and yet had not struck gold. His only ambition in life was to make money and that too lots of money and that … Continue reading

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Management Case Studies: Screwed-up Thinking Patterns

Screwed-up Thinking Patterns (It is a totally fictionalized anecdote in the management and business field. Any remote resemblance to anything in real life will be a sheer coincidence) Mahima Styler was excessively high in her ambitions to become rich and … Continue reading

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