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Executive leaders need a framework with which to evaluate current and to create new corporate ethical management systems in their organizations. This book offers such a framework, called the Moldable Model(c), a system of consistent components that give leaders a framework and a guide to build an organization-specific corporate ethical management system (CEMS). This book teaches how to design ethical workplaces utilizing the role modeling, context, and accountability components. In a step-by-step process, the author guides the reader through the research-based components with definitions, theory, explanations, and the practical application of those components through suggested organizational activities. Readers can expect to develop ethical tools and a complete corporate ethical...
He was blissfully unaware that a book by investigative journalist Bob Woodward and a New York Times op-ed by an anonymous White House official were supposed to herald the end of his support for the man whom he voted for in 2016. “I hadn’t heard... It takes a little bit for news to travel this far. Even in the age of the internet and 24-hour cable news. Strikingly, when Knight did learn of the op-ed, the impact was minimal. “I don’t pay a lot of attention to the news, ’cause they don’t tell you the truth anyway,” he said, echoing a sentiment common among the Trump faithful about the fourth estate, or the “Fake News Media”, as Trump calls it. Knight gave no credit to... “It’s just bullshit,” he said, rejecting not only the idea that the president colluded with Russia to sway the election in his favour, but the notion that Russia interfered in the election at all. “The people of the United States ain’t gonna let that happen,” he said. All that matters is that Trump “went in to make America like it’s supposed to be”. Some of Trump’s supporters may have missed the dramatic headlines of last week, but Trump did not. On Tuesday, excerpts from Woodward’s book , Fear, painted a portrait of a White House in chaos: Gary Cohn, Trump’s former economic adviser, supposedly swiped documents from the president’s desk to stop him from tearing up trade agreements. the defense secretary, James Mattis, allegedly ignored an order to have the Syrian president assassinated. and the chief of staff, John Kelly, apparently called Trump an “idiot”, said “We’re in Crazytown” and called his position “the worst job I’ve ever had”. That evening, Trump tweeted out statements from Kelly and Mattis denying Woodward’s reporting. But the next day an anonymous op-ed in the New York Times , I Am Part of the Resistance Inside the Trump Administration, gave credence to Woodward’s version of events. Senior officials “are working diligently from within to frustrate parts of his agenda and his worst inclinations”, the author wrote. But in Jones county, Mississippi – which includes Laurel and the college town of Ellisville and which Trump won with 71% of the vote – the president’s supporters paid little mind. The county’s most famous contemporary resident – 47-year-old Republican state senator Chris McDaniel – lives in Ellisville. He is mounting a second bid for the US Senate and his signature issue is a promise to preserve the Mississippi state flag, which bears in its upper lefthand corner the Confederate battle flag. McDaniel took up the cause in 2015, when several high-profile Republicans called for change after a neo-Confederate shot dead nine black churchgoers in Charleston, South Carolina. A politician climbing to power on the rickety rungs of the Lost Cause is nothing new for Jones county: Laurel was the home of Carroll Gartin, an unyielding white supremacist who, as the state’s lieutenant governor, fought to preserve racial... Maxey also voted for Trump and was eager to discuss why. Maxey knew about the op-ed and he didn’t doubt its veracity. “I think Pence probably wrote that,” Maxey said, seeming unfazed by the idea of a vice-president conspiring with other cabinet officials to sabotage a president considered too erratic to be left to his own devices. Instead, he mused about a theoretical Trump-Pence hybrid. “Mike is a really Christian, straightforward guy,” Maxey said. “I’m not sure we need Mike Pence as a president. If you could cross Mike Pence and Trump, you would have the ultimate president, right. While he wished Trump would “stop tweeting” and provide a “more stable work environment”, Maxey extended grace to the man he voted for as “the first person to be president that’s not a politician. “My investments are through the roof and unemployment is at a record low,” he added, praising Trump’s economic policies. Maxey anticipated questions about racism and pre-empted them. “I am not a racist,” said Maxey, while sharing his views on immigration. As evidence, Maxey told the story of how he sponsored a Kurdish doctor from northern Iraq to come to the US. That.
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Donald "Duck" Dunn - Wikipedia
Donald "Duck" Dunn (November 24, 1941 – May 13, 2012) was an American bass guitarist, session musician, record producer, and songwriter. Dunn was notable for his ...
Donald Dunn — Wikipédia
Donald Dunn, né le 24 novembre 1941 et mort le 13 mai 2012 , est un bassiste de blues, rock et rhythm'n'blues, connu comme étant un des membres de Booker T. and ...
Donald - Wikipedia
Donald is a masculine given name derived from the Gaelic name Dòmhnall. This comes from the Proto-Celtic *Dumno-ualos ("world-ruler" or "world-wielder").