Question 3: Organizational Integrity and Applied Ethics.
These works contributed
significantly to the development of the Organizational Integrity approach.
Arranged by importance to the topic rather than alphabetically or chronologically,
they-and other works-may be secured through this site by arrangement with
investing, by some accounts, totals well over $1.185 trillion in value.
This levels-approach works as screens, which could be applicable for social
investing purposes. Begin with whether the organization is effective and
efficient and ethical. Here strategic assumptions must be made. Then,
screen out community-destroying products and services. Then determine
what additional community-building activities one wants to support.