Should a marketing manager or a business refuse to produce an "energy-gobbling" appliance that some consumers are demanding? Should a firm install an expensive safety device that will increase cost but that customers do not want? Are the same principles involved in both these questions?© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 17, 2018, 4:24 am ad1c9bdddf
This involves a combination of marketing and marketing ethics, and does involve the same principle in both scenarios. In analyzing the first scenario, the company refuses to produce an appliance that is a complete energy drain. The appliance is being demanded by customers, indicating that chances are high that the appliance would be an instant success for the company. The company should produce the appliance, but not in its current form. The company should add to their ...
An examination of ethical business decision-making practices in global environments, focusing specifically on Halliburton's no-contest award of LOGCAP contracts in Iraq--implications are drawn from Dick Cheney's strategic position as Vice-President of the United States and former Halliburton CEO. Full reference information is provided in APA format.
The attached examination is in response to the following assignment criteria:
Application of Decision-Making Process
Submit a 2100-2800-word application of an ethics decision-making strategy to a current global business ethics situation. Begin the assignment by selecting a globally operating corporation. Next, select one situation/scenario that involves ethical decision-making by the business. The scenario may be one that is either currently occurring or one that has already been resolved. Use a Critical Thinking Approach to Ethical Leadership Decision Making to analyze and make recommendations for leadership action.
The outcomes of this assignment must include the following:
- A clear statement of the ethical issue
- A clear statement of the business discipline
- A clear identification of the business decision to be made
- A clear identification of potentially related international regulations (Child Labor, Holidays, GATS, EPA, TRPS, etc.)
- A clear identification of potential issues involving disparate legal systems and practices (customs, protocols, etc.)
- A brief review of the facts of the case
- A step-by-step analysis of each aspect of your critical thinking decision making process relative to the issue
- Your final decision, with the rationale for that decision
- An evaluation of your decision relative to the decision made by the organization
- The leadership implications of your final decision on the organization's strategy
- This evaluation must be supported by references to globally acknowledged, peer-reviewed, refereed journals and/or germinal sources and must adhere to APA style for writing, formatting, and citations/references.