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Ethics and Global Organizations

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1. What are the differences in ethical systems and cultural practices within global organizations? What are some strategies that a global organization employs to accommodate the differences?

2. What role do personal ethical and moral values play in leadership? How can the lines of ethical and moral values blur when dealing with competing interests?

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1. What are the differences in ethical systems and cultural practices within global organizations? What are some strategies that a global organization employs to accommodate the differences?

Many differences exist in ethical systems and cultural practices within global organizations as organizations in Latin American countries such as Brazil and Mexico are characterized by an organizational culture that is predicated upon paternalism, power concentration, and loyalty to one's in-group and leader. In contrast, Western countries such as the United States are characterized by an organizational culture that emphasizes universal rules, codes of ethics, and theoretically recognize the importance of the personal and moral ethics of ...

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This solution of 437 words discusses ethics and global organizations in terms of difference ethical systems and personal ethical and moral values in leadership. Examples and references are also provided.

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