September 2006

Trends and Resources

HP Impact: HPImpact: Value in ethics touted as industry focuses on curbing corruption

Conducting business in an ethical manner is vital to all businesses. However, this year's annual conference of the Construction Industry Institute focused particularly on the engineering and construct..

Weirauch, Wendy, Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

Conducting business in an ethical manner is vital to all businesses. However, this year's annual conference of the Construction Industry Institute focused particularly on the engineering and construction sector. Industry leaders offered their insights into the ethical dimensions of leadership. With corruption pervasive in many parts of the world, forward-thinkers are asking how to level the playing field so that economic development to benefit local populations is not stifled by the wrongdoings of a few. Attempting to put "lofty words into concrete actions," Alan Boeckmann, chairman and CEO of Fluor Corp., recommended that companies underwrite training courses on ethics to all employees.

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