Ever since I was very young, I have always been attracted by ethics which to my way of thinking must illuminate the path of every person, that is the way of seeing and solving any questions, inserting moral principles in one’s life choices.
I also noted that at times some businesses all too quickly adopted a Card of Values, in which they inserted a series of rules and exemplary behavior that in reality, in many cases, were not followed. As I have already written in the article dedicated to Blockchain in the Autumn issue of Luxury Files magazine, this should be the central asset of the best international projects for getting businesses back on track.
The real challenge is applying the concept of ethics in the workplace, where the economic logistics of maximizing profit, often more personal than collective, rule the day. It is worthwhile to remember its Greek etymology (ethos) and that the term ETHIC indicates the science of customs that examines man’s actions and wants as a free and rational being, able to create values and regulations to follow, therefore habits and routines.