Corporate Ethics - Two Years After Sarbanes Oxley
by Michael Fox
Not really making that much progress, at least that is the view coming from research done for the Center for Corporate Change, a Denver based organization seeking to drive ethical reform in American business. Quoted in the Denver Business Journal article,
"It's gotten kind of bipolar," said Bruce Hutton, professor of marketing for Daniels School of Business at Denver University, who handled the integrity-based management piece of the research. "And it's pretty clear that leadership hasn't been spending very much time redefining internal cultures of their companies to be more ethically responsible."
More of the research will be released at CCC's annual seminar, Changing the Game 2004
[pdf], to be held in mid-June.