the definition of ethical management
The ethical management is one method to manage the company to do their utmost in pursuing social and ethical responsibility of the company. Which is designed in the way to satisfy all of stake holders such as workers, managers, customers, consumers, government and civil society etc. by not only keeping rules and regulations in performing company management but also doing ethical judgement, and ethical decision making.
It also has a broader meaning including the ethical image reconsideration, stopping the illegal coupling between workers and subcontractors, guaranteeing no bribery, supporting cultural activities, donation, volunteer work, and social contribution works etc.
the necessity of ethical management
- As economy, society and environment change rapidly, companies has shown the big interest in proper strategy pursuing for the continuous growth, therefore, if a company can't throw away the old business culture, or fails in catching up with the diverse environment change, it should face the harsh reality to file for bankruptcy without proper evolution.
- As Warren Buffet said that it takes 20 years to build the fame but it does five minutes to destroy the trust from customers, if a company wants to keep surviving, it should take ethical management on their top priority. In particular, it requires high level morality and ethics following how well the company handles the social responsibility.
goal approaching system
advanced urban rail of safety, convenience and dignity
- Advancement of Safe System
- Realization of Balanced Finance
- Maximization of Customer Value
- Enhancement of the Organizational Culture
- Expansion of Urban Rail Network
the direction to pursue ethical management
- transparent management
- serving management
- sharing management
to realize trustworthy transportation corporation by implementing social responsibilities
the strategy to pursue
- ethical management system buildup
- expand the ethical management culture
- customer satisfaction
- carrying out the social responsibilities