1 Describe how organizations can create an ethics culture. Provide an example of a company with a positive ethical culture.
2. Describe what is meant by a code of business ethics and briefly explain its role in an organization.
3. List five reasons why preserving the environment should be a permanent part of doing business. Do you agree with all of them? Explain your rationale.
4. Discuss how Japan is dealing with problems associated with an aging and shrinking workforce. Would any of the Japanese techniques work outside of Japan?© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 25, 2018, 9:02 am ad1c9bdddf
1. Organizations create an ethics culture by first developing an ethical code that must be followed by the leadership and staff members within a given organization. This ethical cold is reinforced by leadership within the organization being examples of this ethics culture through their actions, and enforcement of ethical rules. An example of a company with an ethical culture is Chick-fil-A, which endorses and utilizes a culture of religious-based ethics.
2. A code of ...
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Based on your reading, respond to the following hypothetical (using your company) in a detailed substantial two-three page written response. Make sure that your response incorporates every item under the Writing Requirements section below as well as the material from the text. Your response should also address all issues relative to the socialization process as noted at the end of the hypothetical under the heading Issues.
Your job is to discuss how each socialization issue affects organizational culture, the culture of your organization, and finally how the socialization issues will be addressed by you (how will you resolve the issues?) Remember to use sections and section headings (APA headings). Remember to incorporate the material from Chapter 7, elaborate in great detail when writing your responses, and provide examples when explaining an issue, etc.
Due to rapid growth of your organization, you hired 25 new employees. Your new staff members were hired based on their education and the knowledge, skills, and abilities required to perform their respective job duties. Six months have passed and you hired an additional 25 employees using the same criteria identified above. Three months later, you begin to notice that the culture of your organization is in bad shape. The new employees are being treated in a disparate manner and there are a plethora of issues surrounding the culture of your organization. Today, May 25, 2007, you overheard two new employees (who happen to be your top performers) discussing plans to look for new employment. The employees mentioned the terrible culture of your organization and stated that it was worse than a prison boot camp. You have noticed socialization problems but due to your busy schedule, you have not been able to address them. Specifically, you have noted the following issues with regard to the socialization process for new employees:
Issues (students should address every issue below. All socialization issues noted below are in Chapter 7)
The original twenty-five employees refuse to allow the newest group of employees share equipment needed to perform job duties.
Original employees take lunch at the same time.
Original employees believe they are superior to the new employees
Rites of passage problems between the old and new employees
Stories about the seniority of the older employees
Disjunctive processes occurring
Students must incorporate all of the following in the final document:
The culture of your organization
Socialization and Socialization Tactics
Managing Organizational Culture
All socialization issues (under the Issues heading above)
Recommended Outline: Begin by discussing your organizational culture and then move forward.View Full Posting Details