1. Review the IMA Statement of Ethical Professional Practice. Does business interaction in the global market conflict with these ethical standards? Consider outsourcing, sustainability, and social responsibility. Is it possible to remain competitive in a global market and remain true to these ethical standards? Please formulate a 300 word minimum essay exploring this issue. Research and site the business practices of at least two companies that function on at least two continents.
1. Making a song out of terms that are otherwise unassociated and boring is one proven way to remember vocabulary. Write a song incorporating at least ten terms from Module One. It can be as long or as short as you want. Make sure that it ties the terms you use together and addresses how they relate to each other. Set it to the melody of a nursery rhyme or a song that you enjoy. You do not have to perform this and it does not have to be good. Submit the song that you wrote as your assignment and try singing it to yourself during the day.
1. The IMA Statement of Ethical Professional Practice includes four main sections, competence, confidentiality, integrity, and credibility. Business in global markets likely make these more difficulty but does not create a conflict. For instance, operating in a global market means there are more aspects, variables, sources, options, language, currency, and transportation issues to contend with. So, "continually developing skills" as required by the IMA Statement of Ethical Professional Practice, would include a wider range of skills. Performing duties in accordance with laws and regulations will be much harder just because there are so many in more locations. Keeping all parties informed when they are strung across the planet is harder (part of the ethical standard) but possible. Avoiding conflicts of interest and not displaying any prejudice may be more difficult in foreign countries where there are great ...
Your tutorials on IMA Statement of Ethical Professional Practice is 356 words and three sources. Your song is 7 stanzas to the tune of Mary Had a Little Lamb.