Lesson Learn from Indonesia: Management Consultant Ethical Practices
Irwan Apriantoro, Anis Eliyana, Surano Muhasyah, Dedi Supratman, Aheruddin
Ethics are interesting and important things to talk about and sometimes raise questions. Every member of a profession has a responsibility to maintain their highest standards of behavior toward God, the organization, society, family and themselves. Commitment and responsibility for the roles performed can create an atmosphere of harmony between people. In the practice of management consultant ethics, it is also necessary to consider the duality associated with partnership and management consultant plagiarism in organizational change and organizational politics. This research uses a qualitative approach that describes the ethics of management according to Aristotle's views in the David Saw Book. This study uses a literature review on consultant management and lessons learned from Indonesia (lessons learned from Indonesia).