Ethics, both in general and particularly at the workplace, is a topic of major significance in the contemporary world. The authors of this book start with a discussion of the conceptual framework of ethics combining Western and Indian models (e.g., Machiavellianism and Gunas). They then proceed to provide a descriptive understanding of this abstract and complex concept.The authors support their conclusions through field research in an organizational setting. They also discuss questions of ethical leadership, personality and cultural differences. The book yields fresh insights into ethical conduct and individual perceptions while conceptualizing a new model of managerial ethics.