Which individual characteristics impact ethical beliefs, sensitivities, intentions, and behaviors? Describe Icek Ajzen's theory of planned behavior.
Create a Code of Ethics for a company or an organization. You may create the code for a fictitious company but Codes of Conduct for a military group are not counted. Please include the following: - Guiding principles - Purpose of the code - Core values - Training and education - Definitions - What employees it covers -
This assignment will allow you to evaluate and analyze cultural issues that may arise when communicating in heterogeneous groups or teams. Describe 2-3 principles that could be applied in helping the individuals involved in the following two scenarios understand what went wrong in the following events. What suggestions could you
Can someone please provide some assistance with this question about ethics lapse? Please read the attached carefully for complete details and the question. This was the forum question: Find a newspaper or journal article that describes an ethics lapse in a nonprofit organization. Please help write a word analysis of the issu
Regarding employee participation in corporate decision making, what are five strong ethical reasons that support a worker's right to participate? List these reasons and provide a brief explanation of each. In the last 30 years, the number of employee participation programs has expanded geometrically. Are these programs sufficien
What are several salient business ethics issues in precapitalist America? How did Adam Smith justify the ethics of capitalism?
Review each of the three cases below. For this task, write a paper in which you evaluate and analyze the following three cases based on Guffey and Loewy's (2015, p. 26-27) seven ethical guidelines. Be certain to describe the situation, the ethical factors, and what can be done differently for a more effective and ethical result.
Can someone please provide some assistance me with this question. Its for an MBA course and needs to be 500 to 550 words. Find a newspaper or journal article (I do not have one chosen as I need help with that too) that describes an ethics lapse in a nonprofit organization. Write a 500 word analysis of the issue and how it could
Consider these three problems. After reading the following case scenarios, identify the consequences of the actions taken, and then determine whether the actions taken represented a greater good, who would benefit from the good, and whether the consequences ethically justify the decisions and actions. The Mayor of a large
Answer the following: 1. A description of the ethical issue you identified in the "Guerrilla Government in EPA's Seattle Regional Office" case study 2. A description of the issues the political appointees faced in this case and an explanation of federal ethics law violations 3. An explanation of why you think the car
Top level managers, the so called C-Level managers, have a vast influence on the culture of organizations. How they behave and what they say is important is carefully watched by employees.
Some nonprofit leaders believe that it is wrong to engage in advocacy. How would you respond to their perspective to try to change their minds? What are the most compelling arguments you could use to influence their perspective?
In the expression, "The end justifies the means," the end is the outcome or result and the means is what one does to achieve the outcome or result. If the end is something that is good or right, then does that end justify any means you might use to get there? With respect to working conditions, for example, some might say that t
Briefly describe the Free Market Theory of Business Ethics in your own words and list one Utilitarian argument that supports it. Text for reference: Contemporary Issues in Business Ethics By Joseph R. DesJardins, John J. McCall
According to James Surowiecki in the book "The Wisdom of Crowds:" When "Groups" are involved in making a decision they normally have better than "house odds," which is 70% of getting it right without having 100% of the facts. When groups make decisions they normally, and consistently hit at about 85 to 90% of the time getting th
Over the years, numerous companies have been accused of exploiting the media - that is, planning and carrying out events that are designed with the primary, if not sole, intent of gaining publicity. Discuss the short-term and long-term effectiveness of such tactics.
The public accounting profession The public accounting profession is quite competitive and it is through the effective use of technology that one can maintain a competitive edge. For example, an auditor can usually complete an audit engagement in less time--and be surer of his/her findings--than he/she would be without using
Describe the role that culture plays in the development of a country's laws and ethical standards.
"Wal-Mart: But We Do Give Them a 10 Percent Employee Discount." Summarize the overall viewpoint of the author. Discuss ethical issues facing Wal-Mart dealing with, "off-the-clock-work," sexual discrimination, health benefits, the role of unions, the use of undocumented workers, as well as issues relating to child and labor laws
Another dimension of information privacy is the challenge of protecting consumer information in the face of technology able to track credit and debit card purchases and Internet browsing. Why are we so concerned about Internet privacy? For example, if I purchase a book on home repairs, Amazon subsequently sends me advertiseme
Your response should be at least 200 words in length. You are required to use at least your textbook as source material for your response. All sources used, including the textbook, must be referenced; paraphrased and quoted material must have accompanying citations. Hartman, L. P., DesJardins, J., & MacDonald, C. (2014). Bu
Today the Federal government manages millions of acres of land across the United States, However, there are increasing pressures on the agencies to permit varying levels of commercial access to timber, other resources, and its water. From your personal ethical perspective, should government have a prohibition on commercial a
Please review the attached document for the outline of this paper. This paper is for guidance only. Please compose a ten (10) page paper on Business Ethics in Government Contracts. Some sources of information are the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) and Formation of Government Contracts, Third Edition, pages 134 through 202.
Can someone please provide some assistance with this question. It's for a graduate level MBA course. It needs to be between 500 and 600 words. Attached are the files needed in order to provide some assistance with the question. Please Explain what the AFP Donor's Bill of Rights has in common with the AFP Code of Ethical Principl
Can you assist with notes and ideas? You decide to use Intel as the example company within your presentation at the retreat. Prepare a PowerPoint presentation in which you validate the key flaws in Intel's five-point plan. In your presentation, be certain to address the following important concepts: • Ethical integrity and
I am not sure if you are familiar with the case, Lehman brothers' scandal if so can you please help with notes, ideas, and scholarly resources? Consider Reading 4.26 on pp. 289-290, Getting Information from Employees Who Know to Those Who Can and Will Respond. Develop a research paper that addresses the following: - Provide
1. What are the primary strengths and weaknesses of the following code of ethics from AT&T? AT&T Inc. Code of Ethics In accordance with the requirements of the Securities and Exchange Commission and the New York Stock Exchange, the Board of Directors of AT&T Inc. (with its subsidiaries, the "Company") h
Recent corporate scandals prove that the lessons of previous scandals have not yet been learned. As Jennings (2012) relates, "management still blames rogue employees, and pundits still blame business schools. Most companies would rather not touch the real cause: pressures that push management to test the boundaries of the permis
Define diversity. Critically analyze this definition.
Describe "reciprocal obligation" as an ethical source of the right to privacy?