Rio 2016 has officially come to an end with Tokyo taking over the Olympic flag in a fashion that has made everyone excited and craving to … Continue reading Marketing 101: How Japan and Nintendo restored our interest in the Olympics
After all those months of research, digging every blog on the internet, scanning every comment thread on poets&quants, MBA.com and pretty much every resource available on the internet, you have finally decided to apply to IE Business School for your MBA Continue reading “My ieGAT experience (IE Business School)”
In order to prevent disasters, such as Rana Plaza, kickbacks, corruption in all its forms and shoddy workmanship, here are some recommendations as to what can … Continue reading Ethics in the Construction Industry: How to prevent unethical decisions?
The Psychology Behind An Unethical Behaviour Stanley Milgram Back in the 1960’s and 70’s, Stanley Milgram conducted an experiment to see if people would blindly obey … Continue reading Ethics in the Construction Industry: Why People Break the Rules?
Types of Unethical Behaviour
The ethos of countries vary depending on the local culture, thus what may seem like an unethical behavior in one culture may be considered like a normal or customary way to conduct business in another. It is not easy to define what actions are unethical in many cases, or what actions cause the lesser evil. Continue reading “Ethics in the Construction Industry: Unethical Behavior and Consequences”
Reasons Behind an Unethical Behaviour
Like most businesses, construction is done on a budget and as many people know, cost overruns are frowned upon and upset not only customers, but managers, and investors. Continue reading “Ethics in the Construction Industry: Reasons Behind Unethical Decisions.”
Tragedies in The Construction Industry In 2013
Throughout the 2013, the media was plagued with news of building collapses that made headlines around the world: