Government Connections - Fall 2015 - (Page 12)
F E AT U R E
BUT ARE YOU
BY JOAN EISENSTODT
EISENSTODT & ASSOCIATES
biding by the law and being honest are two
core principles of ethical conduct. But being a
truly ethical professional demands more.
"How should an individual, confronted with
an ethical dilemma, reach a decision that is
competitively, organizationally, economically
and ethically sound?"
That question, posed by Thomas R. Piper, professor emeritus
at the Harvard Business School in the book "Can Ethics Be
Taught," has informed my thinking, actions and ethics training
since I first read it years ago.
It's not an easy question to answer, and often, people faced
with an ethical dilemma will attempt to resolve it by defaulting to
GOVERNMENT CONNECTIONS | FALL/WINTER 2015
Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Government Connections - Fall 2015
It’s Legal. You’re Honest. But Are You Ethical?
Just Because It’s Legal Doesn’t Make It Right
The Ins and Outs of Setting Per Diem
Three Chapters Celebrate 30 Years in 2015
2015 SGMP National Education Conference & Expo
Finances & Budgeting
Meet a Member
Government Connections - Fall 2015