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    Ethics Awareness Inventory

    Based on the outcome of the EAI, what would be the team member's (Dave) decision-making process?

    Because of a few of Hewitt Packard recent ethics enforcement actions, included is a link to one article about Mark Hurd, HP CEO who got fired for an affair.

    Articulation of the perspective: Dave
    Character - Good people demonstrate good actions, Good intent based on good character is more important than good outcomes.
    Personal Attributes - Trustworthy, Genuine, Transparent, Compassionate, Honorable

    Key Concepts:
    ? Integrity
    ? Excellence
    ? Honesty
    ? Honor
    ? Justice
    ? Compassion
    ? Wisdom
    Key Phrases:
    "We need to protect our reputation..."
    "Based on good conscience..."
    "It's the right thing to do."
    "It's only fair to..."

    Individual Style:
    Committed to:
    ? Good judgment
    ? Equal opportunity
    ? Quality performance
    ? Moral excellence
    ? Exemplary role modeling
    ? Sincerity
    ? Strong personal values.

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    Decision-Making Process
    Decision making is the process by which best alternative is chosen from several identified alternatives to take corrective action for solving the problem (Carter, 2011). In this, an appropriate decision is selected on the basis of Ethics Awareness Inventory (EAI). There will be discussion of different issues identified from Hewlett-Packard. The main purpose of this assignment is to make a decision making process related to recent ethics enforcement actions of Hewitt Packard (Costa, 2010).

    Process of Decision Making
    The Ethical Awareness Inventory has an individual' perspective from different point of view that describes about what is wrong and what is right. In this, every person has his/her own perspective over the issue created due to some reasons. The decision making process considers mainly five stages to reach at the final decision to solve the problem that is identified. These stages are considered as problem identification, generation of alternatives, selection of best alternative, implementation of chosen alternative and Evaluation and Feedback etc.
    Problem Identification: The first stage of decision making process ...

    Solution Summary

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