Two aircraft manufacturing companies - Boeing (U.S.) and European Airbus - are contemplating a mid-sized fuel-efficient generation of air carriers. If both companies produce their respective models, then each would lose $50 million (because the world market is just not large enough to enable both of them to capture potential sca
Class, this is an ethical issue and that is what you should be focusing on. Jack is facing several serious issues at BMI. By reading the case you should see some other ethical issues that are involved. What would you do if you where in this situation? The ethical issues involved in this case are fraud, misuse of company money
Read the case study concerning Joelle below. Discuss the different ethical principles which can be applied in handling this situation. Which would you use and why? Must be in APA format and review atleast three of these ethical principles: Egoism Utility Rights Duties Virtues Thanks In Advance Case Study: Joelle, a
Need enough information to compile an 350 - 500 word paper on how Carsdirect.com handles legal, ethical, and regulatory, confidentiality, and international issues.
Identify at least one ethical dilemma present in the professional asset management industry. Cite a specific example of a possible dilemma currently being experienced.
Atlantis Company sells computer components and plans on borrowing some money to expand. After reading a lot about earnings management, Andy, the owner of Atlantis, has decided that he should try to accelerate some sales to improve his financial statement ratios. He has called his best customers and asked them to make their usual
Throughout the corporate world, businesses are transforming labor into a more flexible (and variable) cost. Among such companies are Hewlett-Packard, General Electric, DuPont, Sun Microsystems, and British Airways. Discuss whether direct labor is a fixed or a variable cost. What are the pros and cons of management treating direc
There are many articles that touch on the manipulation of records and reports under different aspects of accounting. Discuss in general how managers, employees and the public are impacted by unethical behaviors.
Prepare a paper discussing how companies use technology to help set and manage ethical standards and guidelines. How can this shape the type of work environment or culture a company promotes? Additionally, discuss how using technology to perform human resources functions affects company culture. With one reference
Please see the attached reading and answer questions on Ethics. Should manufacturers be legally liable for "cradle to grave" responsibility for their products? Should manufacturers be responsible to recycle their products after consumers are finished with them? Who should pay for disposal of consumer goods at the en
Lynne Sharpe Paine identifies two strategems to encourage and support an ethical corporate culture: legal compliance and organizational integrity. 1. Consider which might be more effective from a long term perspective? 2. Which would be easier to implement? Which do you think is more prevalent in the business environme
Read the attached case study and answer the questions at the end. Questions are located on page 5.
In order for me to complete my final assignment/project I need your help in the below part: Prepare a 1,050 to 1,400-word paper in which you discuss the most important principles of ecofeminism, pluralism, and environmental pragmatism. Be sure to identify which of these approaches best compliments your values and ethical beli
Terms and Definitions Worksheet Write brief descriptions for each of the terms below. If you use an outside source to define them, include the citation for the source. Scientific method Environmental science Anthropocentrism Biocentrism Dualism Ecocentrism Ecology Ecophilosophy Ethics Hedo
Changing a corporate culture is very difficult. Imagine that you are asked by your chief executive to help move your firm toward the use of a triple-bottom-line accounting model in which environmental and social factors are given equal weight to financial indicators. Assume that this would prepresent a major transformation of th
Allen included the circuit failure and rework problem in her report prepared for the upcoming quarterly meeting of the board of directors Due to the potential adverse economic impact, Allen followed a long-standing practice of highlighting this information. After reviewing the reports to be presented, the plant manager and his
The Issue: An X-Rated Work Habit Violating workplace rules leads to a hasty exit Word about Greg Kale's* inappropriate forays on the Internet started out as vague rumors about his "not pulling his weight" in his department, recalls Jackson Ford, a partner at the Sacramento architecture firm where Kale worked as an engineer
Brett, in his first year as a CPA with the firm Dewy, Cheatem, and Howe, is auditing a bank client. Last month Brett audited another firm called HoBoy Distributors. As Brett works on his bank audit, he notices that there are discrepancies between the financial statements supporting a bank loan to HoBoy Distributors and what he s
Marsha is employed at Marko Consulting and is doing work for a major client that is testing a new product. During the project, the client discovers that its competitor, a smaller company, is also coming out with a very similar product. Marko Consulting is conducting research for the competitor as well. The client goes to Marsha'
Discuss at least 5 of the 7 habits of strong ethical leaders. Use examples to support your answer. Here are the 5 habits: (1) Ethical leaders have strong personal character (2) Ethical leaders have a passion to do right (3) Ethical leaders are proactive (4) Ethical leaders consider stakeholder's interest (5) Eth
Please provide approximately 200 words and an example for the following: US ethical standards in business are generally considered fair and reasonable by countries of similar developmental status. What would happen if a corporation assumed that US ethical standards are acceptable to all countries or regions where they intend
After reviewing the company's operations, Mr. Blowhard concluded that the company did not currently need all of the line use it was paying for. It was really paying the owner of the lines now so that the line use would be available in the future for all of Mr. Blowhard's expected new customers. Mr. Blowhard instructed his acco
Write brief descriptions for each of the terms in the attachment in your own words.
Do you think that scientific method alone or ethical method by itself can effectively resolve environmental issues? What are your opinions? If yes, how? If no, why?
Censorship and art seems to be a matter of where one resides. People might find things offensive in one country where others might think it is fine. I seen on television the other day how some countries have people actually taking off their close while broadcasting the news. Their reasoning was to get more people to watch the ne
As a company head (CEO, etc.), you have decided to create a new ethical plan for your company. Develop your own set of procedures that you would use to handle unethical issues. Provide a step-by-step procedure that will be followed from the moment an unethical situation is noticed (by an employee, supervisor, etc.) to resoluti
Explain the differences between the moral universalism, the ethnocentric approach, and ethical relativism. Which approach is best?
Discuss in general the ethical issues when employees are tempted to defraud their employer or when companies defraud the public. What sort of situations can lead to this behavior? What are the costs of fraudulent behavior? What kind of controls can help prevent ethical problems?
Identify the various healthcare professionals in the state of New Jersey required to maintain a license.
Identify the various healthcare professionals in the state of New Jersey required to maintain a license. Give a brief synopsis of the requirements (training, exams, etc.) for licensing. Identify legal and regulatory requirements, constraints, and responsibilities related to personnel decisions in health care.
When working in the area of strategic management, you will often be asked to look at what appears to be a strategic initiative on the part of another company and speculate as to what the strategy behind the initiative really is. In other words, what is the company really trying to do and why? You will find that you have to use y