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If you were the chief executive officer how would you institutionalize ethics in the corporation?
If you were the chief executive officer of a large corporationhow would you institutionalize ethics in the organization?
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If you were the Chief Executive Officer of a large corporation how would you institutionalize ethics in the corporation?
Institutionalize may not be quite the right word. I would start by finding an appropriate code or codes of ethics that would work for the corporation in question. If there are no set codes of ethics, there certainly are guidelines around most aspects of business practice. I would include information on HIPAA. I would get working on policies and procedures that would work to support the chosen codes and guidelines. There should be provisions for excellent supervision for everyone at every level of the corporation; this doesn't have to be burdensome or time-consuming. Then I would begin a planned continuing education process for the entire corporation. This could be part of preparation for an accreditation cycle, or a stand-alone initiative. The education should be around all the ethical principles that are important at every corporate level, and the education should include the feedback loops and information flow necessary for an ethically based PQI/CQI system to work. Probably, PQI/CQI systems are the best fit within an organization for ethics-related activities. The reason I hesitate to use the word "institutionalize" is that ethics is NOT always a cut-and-dry analysis of a situation. If it were so, we could form "cookie-cutter" procedures that would always work. Ethics is about a way of thinking, and a way of understanding that sometimes differing legitimate claims can come into conflict and these conflicts are not easily and obviously resolved, even by groups of prudent, informed people. I think "incorporate" ethics is a better term.
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We have adopted a code of ethics that applies to our directors, officers, and employees, including the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, the Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, the Controller and Chief Accounting Officer and any other persons performing similar functions. The text of our code of ethics, "Winning With Integrity," has been posted on our website at http://investor.gm.com at "Investor Information - Corporate Governance." We will provide a copy of the code of ethics without charge upon request to the Corporate Secretary, General Motors Corporation, Mail Code 482-C38-B71, 300 Renaissance Center, P. O. Box 300, Detroit, MI 48265-3000.
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