Business Ethics for Executives – Harvard Business Review Meets Ten Commandments

This Christian business ethics book challenges executives to make
business decisions that serve a higher purpose than maximizing profits.

MCLEAN, Va.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–#AntiCorruption–If doing the right thing would reduce your corporate profits, would you
still do it? While ethical business practice is often consistent with
profitability, at times your ethics may cost your shareholders money.
How do you choose then? That’s what Peet van Biljon and James C. Sprouse
address in their book, “Business
Ethics for Executives – a Christian Decision Guide
” (ISBN:
978-1532854354), published by JPSB Media LLC and available at Amazon.

Business decisions greatly affect the lives of employees, customers,
suppliers, and society at large. In pursuit of profits, businesses may
underpay and overwork employees, use unethical sales techniques, sell
dangerous products to vulnerable consumers, cut costs so it harms
people, and take other questionable actions that while legal, do not
conform to the highest ethical standards. It doesn’t have to be this way.

“The book focuses on the core business decisions executives make
every day, not just those usually thought of as ethical decisions,” says
co-author Peet van Biljon. “We examine each business decision through
both an economic and an ethics lens, and provide the reader with
practical guidance.”

Whether it is providing a framework to navigate the challenges of
automation and globalization, or advocating for fair employee
compensation and reasonable work hours, “Business Ethics for Executives”
connects the world of modern business with that of faith.

“We are inviting business leaders into a conversation,” says
co-author James C. Sprouse. “The book provides a theological and ethical
platform for looking at business issues in a way that is both new, and
yet based on age-old wisdom.”

Peet van Biljon consults to clients on strategy and innovation. Van
Biljon has been a management consultant at McKinsey and CEB, and has
held executive positions in several companies internationally.

James C. Sprouse is senior pastor at Trinity United Methodist Church in
McLean, Virginia. Sprouse has been serving as a pastor for over forty

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”Business Ethics for Executives” is published by JPSB Media LLC
(CreateSpace, 2016, ISBN: 1532854358). It is available Kindle&index=4&md5=f5e5e5fefffb341b46ea063b95fbb4cc” rel=”nofollow”>in
paperback and Kindle.


Peet van Biljon, 703-652-7758