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Read the attached case study and write a summary/abstract on the following questions.
1: What are the three main points of the article.
2: What lesson is learned about culture.
3: What lesson is learned about business.
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The subjects most important in this article were the cultural traditions within the organization, the cultural traditions of the workers, and the lack of communication between staff, management, and workers. All three of these were factors in the failure of Seth to improve conditions to the satisfaction of the management. It also led to problems among the staff in terms of management members and culture.
Cultural patterns within the community play a part in this company. The status of the community members were the foundation of the status of people in the community. This led to many types of personal connections and other family connections that affect how the work relationships evolve. There were within the company, nepotism and other family situations that affected work relationships and how work was completed as well as how work was handed out and absenteeism. Not all relationships were family sponsored or supported, but within this mine and the Jordan Shaft, it ...
The solution discusses managing culturally diverse work force.
Critical Analysis of CSR
Respond to the following, using Anglo-American and Primark as examples:
1) Describe what is meant by ethical business behavior;
2) Describe how these two companies - Anglo-American and Primark - apply ethics in practice;
3) Discuss the costs and benefits to an organization when that organization behaves ethically.
4) Choose one component of Svennson & Woods' model (found in the journal article "A Model of Business Ethics"), and discuss how your chosen component is relevant for Anglo-American and/or Primark. For example, you might choose "external stakeholder relationships" (page 314), and discuss how Anglo-American benefits from its positive stakeholder relationships (see page 4 of the Anglo-American case study).
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