Implementing organizational ethics as a change process in banks: A case study Bank for Business

Authors

  • Sokol Krasniqi
  • Leonora Rudhani Haliti
  • Ismail Mehmeti

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.36096/brss.v4i1.328

Keywords:

Bank, Ethics, Change, Decision Making, Resistance

Abstract

This paper aims to address the effects of organizational change as one of the key issues in management ethics today. The paper is based on the deductive and inductive approaches. The comparability analysis of the data was done with the application software for statistical analysis SPSS as a tool for data entry, organizing the entry of received data through which the similarities and differences between the different variables in relation to the purpose of the research are applied. This paper highlights that organizational ethics comprises the guidelines on how an organization responds to the external environment. The main implications of the paper: (i) Cultural changes are the factor that is usually not taken seriously during the changes that occur in the Bank, therefore the organizational structure created in the institution has determined the need for that culture to change in accordance with new changes so that the staff of the organization is in line with those changes; (ii) better change management skills are not only desirable, but they are also necessary for achieving vital improvements in the Bank; (iii) Ensuring that all staff members are informed of what changes will be made by management is a kind of "selling" of the changes through good and regular communication to the audience within the Bank

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Published

2022-04-09

How to Cite

Krasniqi, S., Haliti, L. R., & Mehmeti, I. (2022). Implementing organizational ethics as a change process in banks: A case study Bank for Business. Bussecon Review of Social Sciences (2687-2285), 4(1), 11–22. https://doi.org/10.36096/brss.v4i1.328

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