Organizations today are bound to make frequent and substantial changes to the way they operate in a rapidly changing environment. Organizations anticipate, design for, and capitalize on change adapting concepts such as external and internal (insider) threat and combining strategy, research, and science in order to innovate for the emerging and unexpected. This contribution focuses on the ethical implications concerning the effective change management in organizations, due to Corona-virus crisis focusing on the new ethical dilemmas that modern leadership has to face suddenly. In a further approach, and through the philosophical view of ethics, the paper explores certain human behavior – concerning leaders and employees - that has a strong impact on successful implementation of organizational change. The common point of reference in the stated approaches is the human element, as an influencing factor, but also as a subject to change.
E. Kiosi, K. M. Karyotakis, K. Dimitriou, “Corona-Virus Crisis and Effective Change Management:Ethical Implications,” in FINIZ 2020 - People in the focus of process automation, Belgrade, Singidunum University, Serbia, 2020, pp. 165-170. doi: 10.15308/finiz-2020-165-170
Kiosi, E., M. Karyotakis, K., Dimitriou, K. (2020). Corona-Virus Crisis and Effective Change Management:Ethical Implications. Paper presented at FINIZ 2020 - People in the focus of process automation. doi:10.15308/finiz-2020-165-170