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    Ethical Integrity

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    If, as Paine asserts in the article, the ethical composition of the individual defines the ethical composition of the organization, then who you are will influence the values of your organization.

    1. Discuss how one's ethical composition influences practices and outcomes in an organization using at least two ethical theories to characterize the approach.
    2. Include an evaluation of how inconsistencies should be reconciled between one's values and those of the organization.

    Reference: (Paine, L. S. (1994). Managing for organizational integrity. Harvard Business Review, 72(2), 106-117).

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    This solution discusses how one's ethical composition influences practices and outcomes in an organization using at least two ethical theories to characterize the approach. It also includes an evaluation of how inconsistencies should be reconciled between one's values and those of the organization. Supplemented with an article on an ethical decision making model. References are provided.

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