International Journal of Research in Management

Vol. 4, Issue 1, Part A (2022)

The collapse of corporates: A case study on understanding the managerial perspectives of business ethics. (With special reference to selected industrial & commercial business centers in eastern India)

Author(s):

Subhamanasini Nayak, Shree Raman Dubey

Abstract:
Is “Corruption” becoming “Custom of Corporates”? Enron the Global Energy Giant collapsed due to poor Corporate Governance. Reliance Communication of Reliance ADAD Group the Leader in India went bankrupt due to Business Culture, Policies & Strategies. What went wrong with Satyam Computers, Kingfisher Airlines, Jet Airways, Air India, Punjab National Bank, Yes Bank, and many? The Companies who commit frauds, scams & scandals lose Market Capitalization and Brand Value. Is Productivity only for the Profits? The Performance Appraisal System is not truly giving desired results. Employees are not loyal to the Corporate Management. Ethical values are being compromised in rat race by the Managers.

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How to cite this article:
Subhamanasini Nayak, Shree Raman Dubey. The collapse of corporates: A case study on understanding the managerial perspectives of business ethics. (With special reference to selected industrial & commercial business centers in eastern India). Int. J. Res. Manage. 2022;4(1):1-9.
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