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Author:Robin S. Snell , Neil C. Herndon
Data Source:[J].Journal of Business Ethics, 2004, Vol.51 (1), pp.75-89Springer
Abstract:Abstract(#br)Although detailed studies of code adoption and impact have already been conducted in Hong Kong, there has as yet been no critical analysis of why there has been a gap between the normative and positive factors underlying codes of ethics in Hong Kong. The purpose...
Author:Robin S. Snell , Almaz M.-K. Chak , Jess W.-H. Chu
Data Source:[J].Journal of Business Ethics, 1999, Vol.22 (4), pp.281-309Springer
Abstract:Abstract(#br)Following a government campaign run by the Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) in 1994, many Hong Kong companies and trade associations adopted written codes of conduct. The research study reported here examines how and why companies responded, and asses...
Author:Robin S. Snell , Keith F. Taylor ...
Data Source:[J].Teaching Business Ethics, 1999, Vol.3 (4), pp.361-381Springer
Abstract:Abstract(#br)This paper begins by comparing and contrasting the Moral Climate Questionnaire (MCQ) and the Moral Ethos Questionnaire (MEQ), and identifies differences in their theoretical orientations. It argues that they seek to measure different things and should not be see...
Author:Robin S. Snell , Sandy S. K. Hui
Data Source:[J].Journal of Applied Management Studies, 2000, Vol.9 (2), pp.149-175Taylor & Francis
Abstract:A learning organisation (LO) is one that practises organisational learning (OL). Existing, multifaceted models of LOs reflect the diversity of perspectives on OL. Since underlying dimensions of Hong Kong Chinese culture differ from others where LO models have been developed, we d...
Author:Robin S. Snell , Yuk Lan Wong
Data Source:[J].Journal of Management Studies, 2007, Vol.44 (6), pp.883-909Wiley
Abstract:abstract In a qualitative interview study, 20 Hong Kong Chinese informants were asked to report stories about colleagues who were either ‘good soldiers’ or ‘good actors’. In stories about good soldiers, informants attributed their colleagues' organizational citizenship ...
Author:C. K. Pak , Robin S. Snell
Data Source:[J].British Journal of Management, 2003, Vol.14 (3), pp.275-288Wiley
Abstract:Abstract(#br)Organizational learning (OL) has been represented either as the systematic governance of collective expertise or as a relatively anarchic process of implicit transaction within and across fluid, dispersed communities of practice. Qualitative case‐study research ...
Author:Robin S. Snell
Data Source:[J].Business Ethics Quarterly, 1999, Vol.9 (3), pp.507-526Cambridge U Press
Abstract:Abstract: This paper reports a phenomenological sub-study of a larger project investigating the way Hong Kong Chinese staff tackled their own ethical dilemmas at work. A special analysis was conducted of eight dilemma cases arising from a request by a boss or superior author...
Author:Richard S. Simmons , William E. Shafer , Robin S. Snell
Data Source:[J].Business & Society, 2013, Vol.52 (4), pp.558-591SAGE
Abstract:This study examines the effect of a business ethics course on undergraduates’ attitudes toward the importance of corporateethics and social responsibility, as measured by the PRESOR scale. It employs a survey approach, adopting a pretest/posttestmethodology in the data colle...
Author:Richard S. Simmons , William E. Shafer , Robin S. Snell
Data Source:[J].Business & Society, 2013, Vol.52 (4), pp.558-591SAGE
Abstract:This study examines the effect of a business ethics course on undergraduates’ attitudes toward the importance of corporateethics and social responsibility, as measured by the PRESOR scale. It employs a survey approach, adopting a pretest/posttestmethodology in the data colle...

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