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Biblical and Secular Ethical Principles

What are the ethical implications for managers not collecting proper data in sufficient scope and quantity before planning? What biblical and secular ethical principles support your assertions?

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The ethical implications for managers not collecting proper data in sufficient scope and quantity before planning is that it is an action of low moral worth. The stakeholders, especially the shareholders, have trusted the managers to collect and consider proper data in sufficient scope and quantity before planning. The managers are in a position of trust. In another sense they are agents of the shareholders who are supposed to collect proper data in ...

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The response provides you a structured explanation of Ethical Principles . It also gives you the relevant references.

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