Title: THE Rise Of The New Ethics Class
Publisher: Charisma House
Book Condition: Good
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Synopsis:A Biblical Solution to Corporate America’s CrisisCorporate America needs a “reformation” in which faith-based principles and biblical guidelines replace the shaky ethics of much of today’s economy. Is there hope for the ethical decay of this country? The fall of major corporations such as Enron and WorldCom due to accounting misappropriations and fraud has shaken America to her core.”In the era of Sarbanes-Oxley, as corporate leaders and corporate board members are looking for the proper tools to equip their organizations, I pray they utilize the biblical blueprint that Steve lays out here.”Keith E. KrzewskiCOO, Baker & McKenzie, San Diego, CaliforniaThis thought-provoking book bridges the current corporate climate of pragmatism, greed, fraud, and deception with answers from Scripture. Rise of the New Ethics Class offers biblical principles and practical applications that can be implemented in every corporate boardroom across the country.”Integrity and a sense of responsibility begin with the leaders and involve every employee. We are becoming increasingly aware of the massive cost of corporate fraud, mismanagement, and misrepresentation to the American economy. It can no longer be ignored.”James P. Gills, MDFounder and Director, St. Luke’s Cataractand Laser Institute, Tarpon Springs, FloridaThis book is a tool in the implementation of the integrity requirements of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002, which mandates the internal controls assessment of all public companies in the U.S.It’s time for Corporate America to seek the highest standard of ethics and integrity.Corporate America is in an ethics crisis. Is it possible to achieve financial growth and success without the greed, fraud, and deception that led to the financial crisis in major corporations such as Enron and WorldCom? About the author: Stephen Austin, CPA, MBA, has more than twenty-eight years of public accounting experience and has served as an audit partner with Price Waterhouse LLP and McGladry & Pullen LLP, two international public accounting firms. He is now the managing partner of a regional CPA firm in San Diego that works with public and private companies. Austin is also the global chairman of Integra International, a federation of more than sixty-five accounting firms, and he serves as the audit committee chairman of Avanir Pharmaceuticals.Mary Steelman is the president of Integrity Advisors, Inc., an ethics training company. She also works in Christian retailing and is active in church-related outreach ministries.