Why Building an Ethical Culture Must Start at the Top

In this Q&A, Robert Chesnut, who served as Airbnb's first chief ethics officer, describes his experience shaping ethical technology policies. He also discusses why companies should incorporate intentional integrity by discussing and thinking about integrity in everyday business, and why pla...

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Main Authors: Chesnut, Robert, MacDonald, Ally (Author)
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: MIT Sloan Management Review 2021
Edition:1st edition
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