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Denis Collins, Ph.D.
School of Business, Edgewood College
1000 Edgewood College Drive
Madison, WI 53711
Phone: 608-663-2878  Fax 608-663-3445
Email: dcollins@edgewood.edu

 

Business Ethics Book for Managershttp://business-ethics.edgewood.edu

Business Ethics Book for Students: http://www.wiley.com//college/sc/collins/

Benchmark Your Organization Tool: 90 Best Practices in Business Ethics

My Open Online Udemy Course Benchmarking to Business Ethics Best Practices

Welcome to my website! For the past twenty years I have been researching, writing, and teaching about business ethics. We are evolving toward a better world.

This website contains my own efforts at understanding the role of business in this ethical transformation. Like a flame, business organizations and free market capitalism can provide us with warmth and comfort, or they can burn us. Sometimes both happen simultaneously. I am a practical idealist, and proud of it. 

The material contained in this website provides information related to my activities in the areas of business ethics, participatory management, and service-learning. All material in this website is available to the public without any cost. I hope you use it. All I ask in return is that you appropriately cite the source.

In particular, I wish to director your attention to the links above to My Open Online Udemy Course Benchmarking to Business Ethics Best Practices and the books for managers and students.

The “biography” link describes who I am, what I do, and my accomplishments. There you can find a brief bio, full vitae, one-page vitae, among and other items.

My heart and soul can be found under the “publications” link. There you can find a list of my books, monographs, special issues of journals, scholarly articles, book reviews, and newspaper essays that explain what I have learned about life. Many of the articles and essays have been reformatted as a PDF document. You may download these articles and share them with friends, community leaders, business leaders, and students.

Other home page links include sample syllabi and teaching materials. I would be very happy if you used these materials in your own efforts to make the world a better place.