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The Capitalist Economic Model vs Corp...

Capitalism

by William E Hamilton@Iman Fiqrie Flawed Ideals in Capitalism One of the flawed issues and nails in the coffin of the capitalist economic model as we know it today (not 100 years ago) might be that the premise of this model relies on two things; one on utilitarian social benefits resulting from profits gained by […]

The Ethics of Decision-Making

Ethics and Virtue

Many in business think it’s all about maximizing profits in a business. Shareholder value and accountable ethics don’t really matter that much. Ask Bernie Madoff, Volkswagen and others how that turned out! Accountable ethical decision-making means using a reasonable process model the next time you or your business have to make decisions involving all of […]

Qualitative versus Quantitative Resea...

Research Study

The Old Inductive and Deductive Analysis Debate this process of research study is a craft, a skill, an art, and a science. ¬†Often times when speaking with my father, a skilled craftsman and machinist by trade himself, about the skill of a craftsman and how to attain such high skills in any endeavor one might […]

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