Responsible Stewardship: Our Creator blesses us with an abundance of resources. We foster a spirit of service to employ our resources to university and community development. We must be resourceful. Integrity: The commitment to excellence demands that its members live its mission and deliver on its promise. The faculty, staf
In your business experience, consider the number of situations you have experienced where a crisis occurred. Reflect on the response process and whether all stakeholders were well served in a fair and ethical manner. In the summary, share the facts of the crisis and your analysis of whether it was the best response for all stake
When analyzing stakeholder approaches to ethical dilemmas, it's not uncommon for the issues and stakeholders to be interrelated. Typically, these issues are "hot" issues. Consider and address the following: What hot ethical issue is emerging in the business world today? Of the different approaches to analyzing ethical
Prepare a personal statement of your current thinking and understanding of business ethics. Include: A summary of the quick test results as you perceive them (see attachment). You do not need to reveal your test score. Summarize the quick test results as valid or not valid, based on your view. An explanation of why eth
What are the main objectives of the AICPA code of professional conduct and how does the code relate to protecting the public? Be specific. A bookkeeper makes a significant posting error, which she later discovers and corrects. In fear of losing her job, she does not report the mistake to her supervisor. How should she have han
Ethics Behavior: identify and explain why ethical behavior and actions are critical when conducting research, as well as the impact to the organization, customer, research project...
Using the Library, Internet, or any other available resources, identify and explain why ethical behavior and actions are critical when conducting research, as well as the impact to the organization, customer, research project, results, and participants. At a minimum, honesty, integrity, intellectual property, use of human subjec
1. Research and analyze two articles on business ethics. 2. Analyze and explain the critical issues discussed in each article. 3. Analyze and explain the recommended solutions for these issues. 4. Analyze and explain what organizations need to do to address these issues. 5. Analyze and describe the legal and societal r
Conflicts of Interest The Company recognizes and respects the right of its employees to engage in outside financial activities so long as those activities are legal and do not impair, interfere or conflict with the conscientious performance of their Company duties and do not involve damage to or misuse of the Company's name,
A corporation, owned by one owner, decides to go out of business due to excessive losses. When the stock was originally issued, the owner did not specify that the stock purchased (at a price of $1000) would be considered §1244 stock. Now that the company is being dissolved, the owner realizes that the loss on the stock would be
Distinguish between ethical and legal principles and practices and define your concept of ethical behavior as it relates to the purchasing and supply management function.
1. Distinguish between ethical and legal principles and practices and define your concept of ethical behavior as it relates to the purchasing and supply management function. 2. Discuss the concepts associated with managing relationships with potential or existing suppliers and the value of sound contract management (contrac
Should an organization always adopt a broad stance on social responsibility? Explain how you agree or disagree with this question and why you have this perspective.
Compare two professional societies standards and codes of ethics.
See the attached file. ONE: Let's go off into privacy questions. Nothing is at greater risk in terms of privacy than our medical records...do you agree? Or, are your financial records more at risk, especially given events in the news lately. Which is greater in your mind (yes, you have to pick one)? Why? TWO: Drug testin
You have been with Zaird & Associates for approximately three months and are completing your work on the BizCaz audit. BizCaz produces pullover knit shirts to address the business casual market forboth men and women. Although your experience has been limited, an unexpected staff resignation has resulted in your working directl
Organization Development Network - http://www.odnetwork.org/ Complete an analysis of the organization above and make certain to include the following elements in your analysis: (1) Founding date of organization (2) Organizations focus/interest (3) Ethics and/or code of conduct (4) Offerings for their respect
Let's apply classic systems analysis to the question: Who is responsible for quality? Systems analysis consists of the following functions: input (materials, resources), thruput (processes, transformations), output (goods, services) and control group to coordinate the system. Briefly describe how you would hold perso
Your friend shows you some books he took from the bookstore without paying for them. When you question him about it, he says, Sure I took them. But I'm no different than anybody else around here. That's how we all manage to get through school on limited funds. I'll be a better medical professional because of all the knowledge I
Please help with the following problem. As the world's largest arms exporter, the U.S. has increased the sale of small arms and light weapons, to secure cooperation in the "War on Terror." In your opinion should United States provide moral leadership to combat the gravest humanitarian crises? The abundance of small arms used
I have to use the Ethics Awareness Inventory and Ethical Choices in the Workplace assessments to revisit my values. Please help with the following (short suggestions, no more than 700 words) a. Explain the role of ethics and social responsibility in developing a strategic plan, considering stakeholder needs. b. Explain
Should non-profit organizations be held to different ethical standards than for-profit corporations? Should management walk the talk by emulating the companys mission and value statement? How does it affect employee moral? Why is it important to have behaviors aligned with corporate values? Should employees be rewarded for perfo
You have been hired as a consultant for a major university which desires to be more socially responsible. Describe three socially responsible activities the university can participate in to achieve their goal. Describe in detail the activity, the objective of the activity and the benefits the company might expect to receive from
Scenario: Ocean Health is a nonprofit, community-based, healthcare delivery network in Medford, Oregon, which includes three acute-care hospitals, a network of more than 1500 physicians, a broad ambulatory care network, home healthcare, and associated support services. The organization has a compliance department that is s
How do wikis complicate issues of manners and ethics? Changing someone's words in a traditional book, for example, might range from being rude to legally actionable. You would not do so without asking the author, which is not the case in a wiki.
EC 11-10 What is the difference in before-Tax income between the CEO's and Heather's treatment of the situation? Discuss Heather Meyer's ethical dilemma.
EC 11-10 At the beginning of 2009, the Healthy Life Food Company purchased equipment for $42 million to be used in the manufacture of a new line of gourmet frozen foods. The equipment was estimated to have a 10 year service life and no residual value. The straight line depreciation method was used to measure depreciation for
As a doctoral learner you have a new responsibility to yourself and those around you. What is this responsibility? Please help me devise a response with citations to peer-reviewed articles when possible. Please use two references and send a copy of the articles.
What is the difference between negligence and intentional homicide? Can negligence ever get to the point where it can be considered intentional? Please consider the issues of intent and "due care" in thinking about how one might hold a corporate official criminally liable for the death of an employee.
Utilitarian and Deontological business ethics are applied to the right to informational privacy and pretexting using a case study of HP's former CEO Patricia Dunn. 2,000 worlds, MLA with references.
Former HP CEO Patricia Dunn resigned in 2006 due to her actions to secure corporate secrets for HP. She hired private investigators that posed as journalists and infiltrated the company's intranet in order to find the HP personnel responsible for the very public leaks. This sanctioned use of pretexting cost Ms. Dunn her job.
The purpose of the CFP code of ethics is to ensure that all participants conduct business transactions with honesty and professionalism. By integrating a code of ethics, the organization is laying the framework for what constitutes acceptable behavior. Once the code has identified what is acceptable business practices, CFP will have a better opportunity to manage professional conduct. The code was developed to monitor organizational activities and to ensure the rules applied are not being violated. Although organizations incorporate codes of conduct as a term and condition of employment, there are still instances where individuals fail to live up to the standards of professionalism.
The purpose of the CFP code of ethics is to ensure that all participants conduct business transactions with honesty and professionalism. By integrating a code of ethics, the organization is laying the framework for what constitutes acceptable behavior. Once the code has identified what is acceptable business practices, CFP wil
Research and prepare comprehensive review of two theoretical approaches to ethics, one of which should be the normative ethical theory. To understand the relevance of ethical theories to current organizational situations, apply these theoretical perspectives to at least one specific ethical dilemma that leaders and/or managers a
I think Toyota current situation is a good example of stakeholders conflicting. The Japanese yen is at an all time high which makes domestic manufacturing in Japan because their CEO, Akio Toyoda, feel a responsibility to his employees and to Japan. This is in conflict with the CFO and the stakeholders who want Toyota to move manufacturing to a cheaper location where they can make more profit. I see it as a classic showdown that occurs very often. Good CEO's want a company that consistently performs and his long-term growth where investors want the quick money reguardless of the future. (2) Christopher : A company in my are that has been in the news for sometimes now is the Hampton Roads Transit (HRT). HRT has been working on adding Light Rails in the Norfolk, Va. area for over 5 years to date. This project has run into major huddles along the way between stakeholders . The conflict started when the project went a $100 million over budget. For the taxpayers this was a problem. (3) A business must function as a system with checks and balances. Do you think there could be a 'generic' arrangement, working for any business, to mitigate between such conflicting interests? Maybe, each sector or industry could have a self-adjusting system of checks and balances?
For your posting, choose an example of such a conflict posted by another student, and suggest a way that the business process can be changed so that the interests of the stakeholders can be brought into sync. (1) David : I