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    Duty and Ethics: Enron

    Discuss how the Enron case informs our understanding of what it means for companies to be "socially responsible." 1.In the context of CSR, in what ways did Enron demonstrate - not social responsibility - but social irresponsibility? Consider how the company's actions ran counter to the tenets of CSR through its neglect of dut

    Apply Duty Ethics to the Enron case study

    In the Module 4 Case, you will be applying duty ethics to the Enron case. Required Reading Madsen, S., & Vance, C. (2009). Unlearned lessons from the past: An insider's view of Enron's downfall. Corporate Governance, 9(2), 216-227. Retrieved from ProQuest. Optional Reading Chandra, G. (2003). The Enron implosion and

    Ethical Decision Making in Difficult Situations

    1. On the issue of overseas bribes, Terris asks the questions, "Who was hurt by the [overseas bribes to secure sales of aircraft]? The competitors, of course, but what was unethical about beating out the competition that was playing by the same rules?" (p.59). What do you think about a situation where underhanded and back door d

    Principles and Practice

    600 words. The Association of Fundraising Professionals has a code of ethical principles and practices. What does this code have in common with the Association's Donor Bill of Rights?

    Memo to Company about Environmental Ethics

    A public company is changing its mission and business entity to be a for-profit benefit corporation that is required to show social and environment benefits besides a profit. But so far, the company has not altered their actions and policies with regards to enormous environmental waste being generated. You are an external cus

    Business Ethics and Stakeholder Theory

    1. Describe what you consider to be the responsibility of top leadership in a large organization with respect to reaching a balance between profits and stakeholder concerns. Please support your position by giving some examples from the text or from other sources where CEOs did a good or poor job of finding this balance. 2. Te

    SOX Compliance

    I need some assistance with this topic: I need to expand my paper and have some more depth to this topic. Can you assist me ? I also need resources. Thank you, Brief historical summary on SOX enactment •The key ethical components of the SOX •Social responsibility implications regarding mandatory publication of corpora

    Ethical Delimma's in Research

    A researcher on your team copies sentences from another study and incorporates them into the final written report for a project. What do you do? Ensure response includes: 1) ways this problem might have been anticipated, 2) how could it have been address it in the research proposal, 3) and what boundaries researchers must

    Corporate response to an ethical incident

    I need help writing this paper I need more substance to complete this assignment. Here is the articles I used to start my paper. http://proxy1.ncu.edu/login?url=http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=bth&AN=59904653&site=ehost-live Eweje, G., & Wu, M. (2010). Corporate response to an ethical incident: Th

    Top 5 ethical issues facing business managers today

    I need assistance determining the top 5 ethical issues facing business managers today. The issues should be described in detail and then ranked according to literature in business management of by the importance placed upon them by the current media. In assessing a rank order, a justification must be provided for the ran

    Ethical Behavior Correlations

    I NEED TO EXPAND MY PAPER WITH MORE INFORMATION: 1. In What manner do leaders serve as role models for ethical behavior 2. How does Caldwell describe ethical stewardship? 3. What is the correlation between leadership, trustworthiness, and ethical stewardship? ( please give examples )

    Enron research

    Provide an overview of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002. In reference to the article, how did Enron fail to follow their own code of ethics? Do you believe that the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 has helped to prevent securities fraud why or why not? How did the Enron case impact corporate America? What do you believe is the m


    Five years after graduating from Santa Clara University, Ilene Kennedy got a job in contract sales, selling high-end office furniture to large companies throughout Northern California. Ilene was a manufacturer's rep who represented ten lines of furniture to dealers who then sold the furniture to the end user-law firms and financ

    Ethics in Budgeting Calculations

    Ethics in Budgeting Although budgeting may appear to be a straightforward set of calculations, there are still many areas in the budgetary process where unethical practices may occur. By misusing tools or calculations, a deceitful picture of an organization's financial reality can be painted, misleading investors, employees, or

    Business Ethics and Principles Case Study

    Step #1: Read the case study at the link below. (You may need to copy and paste it into your browser) http://businesscasestudies.co.uk/nestle/business-principles-in-action-nutritional-labelling/introduction.html#axzz3uKToiXrO Step #2: Answer the question below. Using an example, explain what is meant by business ethics?

    Lone Star State lawmakers are fed up with being groped

    According to The Washington Times (2011), like most Americans, these Lone Star State lawmakers are fed up with being groped, irradiated and photographed in the nude as a precondition for travel. Such treatment would come to a halt in Texas if House Bill 1937 became law. The measure proposes serious criminal penalties for any "pu

    Utilitarian analysis on whether Ford Motor's decision

    I need to write a paper deciding the best utilitarian analysis on whether Ford Motor's decision to produce the Ford Pinto as it did was ethically justifiable. The paper should needs show an understanding to using a utilitarian approach when evaluating a moral issue. It should clearly describe the action I am evaluating. It sh

    Leading a continuously changing organization

    You have just been hired as the chief executive officer (CEO) in a medium-sized organization. The organization is not suffering financially, but neither is it doing as well as it could do. This is largely because the organization is stagnated in old ideas having not kept pace with the changing standards of the sector it serves.

    Self assessment

    Professional and Personal Examples: Story #1 The Capeman is a musical play which was opened at the Marquis Theatre in 1998. The play was written by Paul Simon based on the true story on the life of my uncle who was a convicted murdered Salvador Agron. My uncle a teenager gang member who murdered two teenagers in a Hell's Kit

    Stakeholder Relationships & Social Responsibility Case Study

    Identify the various stakeholder groups of the Monsanto Company. Using valid peer- reviewed sources on the Internet, update any dated facts in this case with more current information. How do these new facts affect current stakeholders? Pick one product from Monsanto's history (either "Old Monsanto" or "New Monsanto" and discu

    Ethical dilemma for zappos.com

    Choose a positive example from the past ten years of a business organization whose leaders acted ethically when they encountered an ethical dilemma. Select, analyze, and describe the ethical decision making and actions in the organization. Submit a 4-page (not including cover page or references) analysis of the ethical situat

    Johnson & Johnsons Company Culture and Ethics

    Please read the attached article please assist by: summarize the article, identify the author's intended audience, critique the article, assess how the author addresses business ethics within the workplace, and include your own conclusions on the topic.

    Equal Employment Opportunities

    Comparing The Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA) and The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). (1.) Review and compare the ADA and the ADEA regulations in relation to managing disabled and older workers. (2.) How are they similar? (3.) How are they dissimilar? (4.) What are the professional and legal responsib

    Corporate Governance

    Scenario According to Chau (2011), the directors of an organization as stakeholders, have the responsibility to monitor the ethical culture of an organization. In addition, Conger, Lawler, and Finegold (2001) identify their responsibilities in seven key areas: Giving strategic direction and advice; overseeing strategy implement

    The Audit Committee and Corporate Governance

    Please review and critique the article attached How could the topic of this article apply to your personal or professional life, and how could it apply to an organization you have observed? identify the main topic/question, identify the author's intended audience, assess how the author addresses business ethics within the

    Academic Writing

    1- Write notes on critical review of literature.(Answer this question in one page) 2- What do you understand by referencing and what are its different styles? .(Answer this question in one page) 3- Write short notes on avoiding plagiarism in Quoting, Paraphrasing and Summarizing..(Answer this question in one page) 4- Wr

    Explanation to four questions

    need help with 4 questions 1) Indicate the best answer: What are some problems with the justification of high executive compensation, specifically compensation of CEOs?: ___________ 1. Contrary to claims made, CEO pay is not merely the subject of arm's length negotiations 2. It is not clear that there is a tenable link b