How Do Ethics Apply to OBM

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How Do Ethics Apply to OBM

Over the past year or so, the Journal of Organizational Behavior Management (JOBM) has published discussion articles revolving around ethics, licensure, and certification in OBM. One discussion argued for the use of licensure and certification as a way to manage the ethical behavior of OBMers, where others said that OBMers can monitor their own behavior. Another point made fell in between, saying that OBMers might seek certifications that benefit them but should not be required to do anything that doesn’t further their career.