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
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.
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
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
Summarize Wal-Mart and their effects on business ethics.
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
1.7 What is stakeholder theory? Explain. 1.8 Explain the concept of eco-efficiency, biomimicry, and cradle-to-cradle responsibility.
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.
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
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
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
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
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
Search the literature provided for the benefits of research ethics and the risks of not following research ethics. •Summarize in no more than 2 pages an Ethical code of conduct in your area of study. •Find and summarize three cases of research ethics violations and their consequences in your area of study. And do no
I need to explain the scenario Perhaps we should note that perception can be very contextual to culture. Jesus' unorthodox practices with the religious crowd created the image that Jesus was "unethical" in not honoring the laws and stipulations conjured up by the Sadducees and Pharisees. Societal perception created an image that
This paper will provide strategy to help the students to achieve their goal with participation and feedback. The situation entails the challenge of addressing the issue of failure of the initial course among students. While the intervention of changing the textbooks, instructional design and assessment framework has been altere
Request assistance with two questions reference to: Ethics violation evaluation of n British Petroleum and the Deepwater Horizon. 1) Discuss materials, programs or training that currently exists to educate employees (BP employees) about ethics 2) Make recommendations on how British Petroleum can improve their ethical
Request assistance with the following question: Definition of "Ethics." Explain definition of "ethics." This should be a more substantial definition than "doing the right thing". Has it changed at all? What ethical perspective or principles do you most closely align with, e.g. Utilitarianism: Greatest good for the greatest
Request Assistance With A Ethical Framework Paper: 1. Describe your ethical framework (Firing An Employee From A Company That Has Had Loyalty for Many Years) 2. Describe a difficult ethical decision related to your personal or work life. 3. Apply your ethical framework (described in #1 above) to your case 4. Assess how yo
I need assistance with an assignment where I must create an original code of ethics and evaluation outline and paper for a fictious company or organization. The company/Code of Ethics must include the following: -guiding principles -purpose of the code -core values -training and education -definitions -what employees it
Assist in answering the following questions from the following reading: Organizational Ethics (Craig E. Johnson 2012): Chapters 7, 8 & 9 1. Do leaders have a greater responsibility than modeling ethical behavior? 2. What responsibilities do leaders have for creating ethical organizations? 3. When is it appro
Need current event topic related to ethics and money. Please describe the main points, benefits challenges and impact. FYI: I thought about how the sanctions against Russia affect USA economy after Russia annexed Crimea. But if you found better please feel free to provide yours.
See the attachment. Democracy, Ethics, and Leadership, Blended Annotated Bibliography (3 - 5 pages) Annotated Bibliography Prepare an annotated bibliography of 4 -5 articles on ethics. You may narrow down your topic and concentrate on values-based leadership, codes of ethics or creating ethical organization cult
A corporate "code of ethics" includes the standards defined by the corporation to provide behavioral expectations in specific situations. Discuss the major components of the Komen Breast Cancer Foundation (refer to http://www.komenmd.org/atf/cf/%7BBF296F35-9F08-47A1-B084-F1931636646D%7D/Conflict%20of%20Interest%20Acknowledgement
I am conducting a research paper on the Nestle's baby formula. I have to have 5 pages paper on the case involving both ethical and legal circumstances. I need to discuss the issue presented by the situation as well as argue why or why not the response was appropriate, ethical or legal. What might the company have done better a
Respond to following statements: a corporation is a legal construct with an identity separate and apart from its owner(s). The primary legal advantage to converting one's business from an unincorporated enterprise to the corporate form is the ability to avoid personal liability for the business's financial obligations. Since th
Are some products too dangerous to be marketed under any circumstances? What regulations, if any, would you place on marketing cigarettes, guns, or prescription drugs
Role of Ethics in Organizational Governance.
1)What are the key facts and critical issues presented in the case? What are the reasons for the ARC's ethical dilemmas, and how can the organization guarantee that these problems will not recur in the future? 2)Explain the possible ethical issues in the culture of the Red Cross that created the problems discussed in this case
In three hundred words and reference required, discuss the following. Davis provides two distinct theories of morally justified whistle-blowing. Which theory do you find more convincing? Why? Appeal to moral theories to support your position.