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POWER POINTS: The Responsibility for the "Ethical Environment"in State Owned Enterprises

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Panel en CReCER, Quito, Ecuador

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POWER POINTS: The Responsibility for the "Ethical Environment"in State Owned Enterprises

  1. 1. "It is necessary that men know evil to be able to prevent it and dedicate themselves to doing good“ Confucio, 500 A.C.
  2. 2. •El gerente general o máximo ejecutivo de la empresa es quien establece el “clima en la cima” que afecta la•El gerente general o máximo ejecutivo de la empresa es quien establece el “clima en la cima” que afecta la•El gerente general o máximo ejecutivo de la empresa es quien establece el “clima en la cima” que afecta la•El gerente general o máximo ejecutivo de la empresa es quien establece el “clima en la cima” que afecta la•El gerente general o máximo ejecutivo de la empresa es quien establece el “clima en la cima” que afecta la The president or chief executive of the enterprise and all all its senior executives are the key persons in establishing and maintaining the "tone at the top" that affects the integrity, ethics and other factors essential to a positive “ethical environment.”
  3. 3. “To govern is to correct. If you set an example by being correct, who would dare to remain incorrect?” - Confucius
  4. 4. ““If guided by virtue and regulated by the rules, the common people will have a sense of shame and abide by what is required of them.” - Confucius
  5. 5. Confucius was an eternal optimist. He believed in people. He believed that if the ruler was a noble man, the people will not only follow him, but will imitate him. Confucius pointed to the "north" in the compass of governance.
  6. 6. An economic system in which the state conducts commercial economic activity with administration and organization of the means of production in a capitalist manner, including the system of a salaried workforce and centralized management. It is characterized by the dominance of enterprises in the economy. “State Capitalism”
  7. 7. “Confucian Capitalism” Contemplates good conduct and example of honesty and integrity on the part of the executive and senior staff, hard work, family values ​​and community cohesion as well as business practices based on trust. It is based upon the duty of the people to work for the development of the state balanced with the government's duty to care for people and to provide for their welfare.
  8. 8. “Confucian State Capitalism” Combines the efficiency aspects of capitalism with the ethical characteristics of Confucianism thus providing a step forward in the search for ethics in state enterprises.
  9. 9. • The executive or leader who does not realize, or care, about the fact that each of his actions contributes to the strengthening or weakening of the ethical environment of the enterprise itself. • The politicization of the enterprise subjugating its efficiency and ethics to the wishes of a party or political group.
  10. 10. The main two problems caused by politicization of State Enterprise • Overloading the company with partisan employees loyal to the party, but unnecessary, unqualified and useless. • Contracting and/or purchasing services and products at higher than market prices conditioned upon "donations" to finance the party.
  11. 11. •El máximo ejecutivo titular de la organización es quien establece el “clima en la cima” que es la base de un •Una conducta ejemplar por los altos ejecutivos es esencial para mantener el “ambiente ético.” •El “ambiente ético” es aun más importante que cualquier otra cosa al perseguir una conducta ética. Summary The chief executive head of the organization and its senior executives are the key persons in establishing and maintaining the "tone at the top" that affects integrity, ethics and other factors indispensable to assure a positive "ethical environment".
  12. 12. Walk with integrity Do what is right Speak the truth from your heart Keep your tongue from slander Do not cause harm to others Do not speak ill of your fellow Keep your word ... even if it costs Do good without expecting reward Do not accept bribes Despise vile men Honor those who serve God King David, adapted from Psalm 15
  13. 13. Walk with integrity Do what is right Speak the truth from your heart Keep your tongue from slander Do not cause harm to others Do not speak ill of your fellow Keep your word ... even if it costs Do good without expecting reward Do not accept bribes Despise vile men Honor those who serve God King David, adapted from Psalm 15
  14. 14. "Seen so often, familiar with her face. We first endure, then pity, then embrace. " Alexander Pope
  15. 15. An Honest Alexander Pope
  16. 16. Thank you Jim

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