Review the ethical cycle (attached). Discuss a decision made (at home or in the workplace), and describe the steps of the cycle in relation to your decision making process. Now review the section on rationalizing unethical behaviors (attached). What is the relationship between the ethical cycle and the three simple ethical tests
State your position on whether ethics can be taught in a corporate training environment. Using your position of "yes" or "no," detail how ethics can or cannot be taught in a corporate training environment. Support your position with a real-life example. If so, discuss how you would conduct such training? If not, discuss why
White males have been the most powerful group in the United States for years. Through economic exclusions, enforced by laws and reinforced by deep cultural attitudes, there has existed, in effect, a preferential hiring program for white males. In light of that historical reality and the dynamics that remain in our culture, evalu
Could you please help me with a project on business ethics by answering the following questions?: How do ethics play a strong role in effective communications? What are the importance of ethics in business communications? What types of concerns could arise if ethics are not considered in business communications? Thank you.
What would be the actions you would take to address major communication issues in a situation? Explain how these actions would improve the effectiveness of communications during the negotiation. Explain how you would use any two sources of power. It would depend on the specific situation, but if it was internal I w
Discuss the differences between authority, responsibility, and accountability. Provide examples of each as they are related to safety program implementation. Please include references
View the attached file. Case study including Vega, Colombo and mortgage fraud lawsuit involving bribery and inappropriate actions. Discusses flight or fight, influences on stress, primary work stressors, defense mechanisms, and the lawsuit.
Danville Bottlers is a wholesale beverage company. Danville uses the FIFO inventory method to determine the cost of its ending inventory. Ending inventory quantities are determined by a physical count. For the fiscal year end June 30, 2011, ending inventory was originally determined to be $3,265,000. However, on July 17, 2011, J
During your first month at ECG, you convene a meeting of the Ethics Review Committee to review a client situation. The situation is straightforward: An ECG partner has not been diligent in fulfilling contractual obligations for a business strategy engagement, which requires timely response because the final presentation to the c
The Ethical Temperature in Arcticview Mary Benninger had sought out her old friend, Tom Chu, to discuss her employment situation. Mary and Tom had both graduated in 1985 from Mackenzie King University, and then studied together to attain their CMA designations in 1988. Soon thereafter, Tom was promoted quickly within his divis
A number of fast food companies run regular marketing campaigns targeting young children with the temptation of a small gift, normally some form of toy, in a series of collections. Do you think these companies are exercising good marketing ethics in targeting such young children whom are unable to understand that this is a fo
Which dimension do you think has influenced the biggest changes in business ethics over the last decade? Has it been: Individually unethical persons? More complex situations without sufficient guidelines? Inadequate laws? Unreasonable organizational goals? Offer your opinion and substantiate it with at least one exa
Death of a salesman: Should an employer ever be held liable for "Murder" in the death of an employee? At what point can an employer be so sloppy, or even intentionally not interested in employee safety where you would say the act was criminal and the employer personally liable like this...if ever.
Discuss a topic relating to ethics. Examples of appropriate topics include personal ethics, organizational influences on ethics, profession-based ethics, legal influences (particularly recent legislation), and corporate governance. Students should attempt to develop a personal scenario that they are likely to confront in their
The topic of ethics in professional practice is to focus on particular ethical dilemmas that arise in the research or practice that surrounds management activities themselves. For example, well-known ethical dilemmas exist in the field of human resources, and other dilemmas surround the handling of financial transactions and dec
You have been asked by your CEO to recruit for a new position: corporate ethics officer. Prepare a job description for this new position. In the job description, make sure to discuss the role the ethics officer will play in the company as well as the qualifications this individual must hold.
Paul Wolfowitz was the head of the World Bank from June 1, 2005 through mid-2007. At the time he became president of the bank, Mr. Wolfowitz was romantically involved with an executive at the bank, Shaza Riza. Mr. Wolfowitz went to the board with an ethics question about their relationship and her employment, and the bank boar
Please help me create the formal code of ethics policy for O'Dell's Oasis Resort's Front Desk and Housekeeping departments where you: present the resort's policy toward ethical financial management. Company Synopsis: O'Dell's Oasis Resort is a full-service property with 700 guest rooms and suites, 3 restaurants, 2 bars
Locate an article regarding ethics considerations in financial management. Write an article analysis in which you address the following items: > Discuss how ethics affects the financial decision-making process. > Explain the ethics considerations involved in financial decision-making outlined in the article. > Identify th
Which of the following statements about consumer ethics is most accurate? A. Consumer complaints about online auction fraud outnumber all reports of online crime. B. The cost to marketers of unethical consumer behavior is negligible in terms of lost sales. C. The potential cost to marketers of unethical consumer behavior is dramatically reduced by investing in loss prevention training. D. Retailers lose about $1 million dollars a day from shoplifting. E. At some point, every person shoplifts or participates in an unethical exchange; to retailers, it is simply the cost of doing business.
Which of the following statements about consumer ethics is most accurate? A. Consumer complaints about online auction fraud outnumber all reports of online crime. B. The cost to marketers of unethical consumer behavior is negligible in terms of lost sales. C. The potential cost to marketers of unethical consumer behavior is
18-2 Full Versus Variable Costing and Ethical Issues HeadGear, Inc is a small manufacturer of headphones for use in commercial and personal applications. The HeadGear headphones are known for their outstanding sound quality and light weight, which makes them highly desirable especially in the commercial market for telemarket
part 1- The increase in technology has had a profound effect on virtually every business sector. How has increased technology affected the measurement of consumer behavior? part 2- This article sets up an interesting and very common dilemna for a marketing researcher. What would you do and include your rationale. htt
1. Prescription drug companies advertise on radio and television. Do you believe that it is ethical for drug companies to advertise directly to consumers? 2. Do you consider Walmart a company that has a positive or negative social reputation? Do you think they impoverish the communities they have a presence in or do you thin
1. During a day at work, people make many decisions. Do you believe there is a difference between a business decision and an ethical decision or are they one in the same; Give a specific example of a decision that you have had to make at work and discuss its relation to being an ethical decision, business decision, or both.
· Identify the drivers of organizational and environmental responsibility. · Describe the affect of these drivers on sustainability practices. · Define an Environmental Management System. · Explain the ISO 14001 approach to EMS. Include an introduction and conclusion
1. Name some research practices that are of questionable ethics. Explain why you think they are questionable. Be sure to focus on Research Ethics. 2.What benefits can be gained from case studies? What dangers, if any, are there in using case studies? In what ways are they useful? Support your answers 3. Provide
Manipulating return on investment and residual income The October 5, 1998, issue of Business Week includes the article "Who Can You Trust?" authored by Sarah Bartlett. Among other dubious accounting practices, the article describes a trick known as the "big bath," which occurs when a company makes huge unwarranted asset writ
1. Provide a specific example of a time that you made an ethical decision. Provide a list of three different people the decision affected; Describe in detail how your decision affected each of the three people; If you had a chance, would you have made a different decision given the insight you have gained from the experience?
'Ethics in Action' questions referencing Enron employee Sherron Watkins: 1. When an employee learns of apparently unlawful behavior on the part of his or her employer, does the employee have an ethical duty to blow the whistle on the employer? 2. Do any ethical duties or obligations of the employee come into conflict in
Assuming that the product is a new cola flavor for Pepsi (will use a fictitious product name as an example): PepsiCo. Was first established in 1902 and founded by drug store owner Caleb Bradham who developed the popularized fountain drink with the vision of creating an astounding product that consumers could enjoy internation