Business ethics

We consider business ethics as striving for excellence.

Examples upon which we model the business culture of our company are based on five principles of ethical power for individuals and companies (from the book “The Power of Ethical Management”*):
  • Purpose
  • Pride
  • Patience
  • Persistence
  • Perspective

Many years have elapsed since the book was published but we believe the editorial is still topical:
“Everywhere we turn today there are signs of ethical deterioration. In business, bright young people have made immoral millions by using insider trading information. In government, hardly a day goes by without some public official being involved in an ethical dilemma on Capitol Hill. Obviously, all these people, many of them supposedly outstanding citizens, believed that they had to cheat to win. They, along with many others, believe that nice guys finish last.”

“Honest person may appear to finish last, but usually they are running in a different race.”

This is a race that we at Imaging Systems wish to participate in.


*Kenneth Blanchard, Norman Vincent Peale: The Power of Ethical Management
ISBN 86-7577-001-4