In this Article, Professors Beck-Dudley and Hanks explore the virtues necessary for individuals to flourish within a business organization. Through this exploration, they conclude that modern discussions of business ethics fail to account for the value and virtue of peaceableness. Then, focusing on the freedom from conflict aspect of peaceableness, they use Champion Paper Products, Sartell Minnesota Paper Mill, as a case study in the significant improvements in human flourishing and organizational performance that can occur when management and labor choose peaceable solutions to labor conflicts.
Caryn L. Beck-Dudley and Steven H. Hanks,
On Virtue and Peace: Creating a Workplace Where People Can Flourish,
36 Vanderbilt Law Review
Available at: https://scholarship.law.vanderbilt.edu/vjtl/vol36/iss2/3