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  • approach
  • in view of promoting personal responsibility and the respect of freedom of conscience , stressed the importance of the 'case by case' approach to personal moral decisions and ultimately developed and accepted a casuistry (the study of cases of consciences ) where at the time of decision, individual inclinations were more important than the moral law itself. (rug.nl)
  • individual
  • We show that defining integrity as honoring one's word, as we have defined "honoring one's word": 1) provides an unambiguous and actionable access to the opportunity for superior performance and competitive advantage at the individual, organizational and social levels, and 2) empowers the three virtue phenomena of morality, ethics and legality. (ssrn.com)
  • group
  • It appears, however, from reports in the Sunday press that some of Zuma's closest allies, including his son Edward, knew of the reshuffle beforehand, referring to it on a WhatsApp chat group before the reshuffle was made public. (polity.org.za)
  • culture
  • You are excited to find ways for our financial function to contribute to our vision for organizational culture and amplifying your colleagues through your work. (idealist.org)
  • Impact
  • You believe that systems and process should be elegantly simple, make work easier, and create more space for impact. (idealist.org)
  • You recognize that you work is in service of our organizational mission, vision, purpose, and intended impact. (idealist.org)
  • Last Friday, I posted about my favorite session at the Summit entitled Data-Driven Decision-Making: Documenting Study Abroad's Impact on Academic & Career Success presented by Lisa Loberg of California Lutheran, Ann Hubbard of the American Institute for Foreign Study (AIFS) and Gary Rhodes of California State University of Dominguez Hills. (blogspot.com)
  • For me, the most informative and valuable session was the Data-Driven Decision-Making: Documenting Study Abroad's Impact on Academic & Career Success session presented by Lisa Loberg of California Lutheran, Ann Hubbard of the American Institute for Foreign Study (AIFS) and Gary Rhodes of California State University of Dominguez Hills. (blogspot.com)
  • order
  • The notion of collective decision-making always bears a tension insofar as it requires individuals to sometimes bury their own deeply held views in order to abide by the decisions of the organisation. (polity.org.za)
  • They have understood that in subscribing to an organisation, with values that are their own, they abide by some decisions that they would not choose in order to maintain organisational integrity. (polity.org.za)
  • Learn
  • Build relationships with and learn from experienced, like-minded professionals from all around the world. (cranfield.ac.uk)