Redirecting to cart, please wait...
You have items(s) in your cart.
In today's business environment, it has become progressively more difficult to identify ethical challenges, let alone know how to respond to them. Develop a definition of ethical behavior appropriate for your beliefs and influenced by your roles. Address the apparent conflict between profitability, the moral obligation of an entity to fulfill its mission and the relationship between an entity and its employees and the community. Also, learn how an ethical environment can be created within an organization, and the responsibility of leaders for doing so. Common rationalizations for unethical behavior will be explored to help you avoid traps that may result in sub-optimal decisions.
Individuals who are, or will be, making decisions in a business environment, including leaders, and future leaders, of businesses and other organizations.
Mark Dauberman provides CPE and technical staff training for CPA firms, private industry employers of accountants, and government organizations on topics that include accounting, compilation and review, fraud, internal and external auditing, developing internal controls, strategic planning, and practice management. He is also the senior editor for Roger CPA Review Course and authors CCH’s Knowledge-Based Compilations and Reviews.
Dauberman’s public accounting experience includes working with various local firms throughout high school and college, and employment with Kenneth Leventhal & Company. More recently, he was a partner at NSBN, a Beverly Hills CPA and business consulting firm. Dauberman’s industry experience includes serving as assistant controller of a large trucking and warehousing firm. He has been both a controller and the vice president of finance and administration for major real estate development companies. He also spent nearly 30 years as an entrepreneur, operating a business that prepared individuals for the CPA exam.
Dauberman taught his first university accounting class in 1969 and has been involved in accounting education since, most recently a visiting lecturer at California State University, San Bernardino. He obtained his bachelor’s degree in accounting from California State University, Northridge and his executive MBA at the Peter Drucker and Masatoshi Ito School of Management at Claremont Graduate University, where he previously had been a student of Dr. Drucker’s.