Corporate Social Responsibility & Ethics
The subject of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) resonates throughout today’s business community. Discover the topical issues that define CSR — environment, social responsibility, and corporate governance — and examine how ethics factors into the accompanying issues affecting business leaders today.
Ethics Online: Professional and Personal Ethics in Organizations
This course examines what it means to be a CGA professional dedicated to ethical decision making. Ethics deals with the myriad free zones of moral choice and judgment about what is “right” or “best” to do. It covers decision making where the law does not prescribe a minimum standard or where we seek to act in a manner that is above the minimum prescribed legal standard, such as in a Code of Ethics.
Professionalism: Ethics, Rules, and Standards for New CGAs
The Certified General Accountants Association and its members and students share responsibilities related to the Code of Ethical Principles and Rules of Conduct (CEPROC). Through reviewing the Ethical Principles and Rules of Conduct, this course explores how these responsibilities can be applied in your day-to-day professional activities.
Making the Case for Ethics
This course provides you with the opportunity to apply your knowledge about CGA-Canada’s Code of Ethical Principles and Rules of Conduct (CEPROC). The learning you take away from this course and the goal of enhanced ethical decision making will be achieved through exploratory case studies.
Intellectual Property — The Financial Business of Music
Making money from intellectual property, whether software programs, manufacturing patents, or creative arts such as music or visual art, is big business. A significant portion of Canada’s economy comes from such endeavors, and innovations in these areas are affecting other businesses. Take the music industry, for example...