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Annotated Ethics Checklists

Could you please help me prepare an annotated checklist of ethical considerations for doctoral research. The checklist should have two sections: The first section will be comprised of generic ethical considerations, and the second will pertain directly and specifically to the topic related to Multicultural workplaces.

Ethics Dilemma Presented

Bell, E., & Bryman, A. (2007, March). The ethics of management research: An exploratory content analysis. British Journal of Management, 18(1), 63â?"77. Retrieved from Business Source Premier database. How might you research the dilemma presented in the article? Would you examine causation, interventions, solutions, structur

Ethics - what was the behavior that you felt displayed ethical guidelines?

Choose a current event that displays ethical behavior and another current event that displays unethical behavior. You are required to provide a thorough discussion for each current event and explain why the behavior was ethical or unethical. In the case of the unethical event, what could have been done differently to change the

This post addresses the ethics of financial struggles.

Some companies struggle to pull themselves out of financial difficulty and end up getting in deeper and deeper, while others might cut their losses as soon as it is evident that they are in trouble. Which tactic seems more ethical to you? Does a company have a responsibility to their shareholders to try to turn things around

Business Ethics

"First, I would not feel comfortable accepting the offer. The only reason I would consider going is because of the benefits to my company by my learning about new techniques. Second, my employer would not allow me to attend the conference if it did not directly relate to my job. If the products and technology being presented

Management's Role in Promoting Ethics in the Workfoce

What are some real-world examples of ethical and unethical leadership that you have encountered while working? Discuss a time when you have opposed unethical practices. What is the role of ethics in the workplace? What are some strategies for working with colleagues who may or may not subscribe to the same ethical st

Ethics & IT

You are an IT manager in an organization. During a routine check of the log files on network usage, you find that one of the users Donald is using the network to access files from the server every day for 2 to 3 hours after regular working hours. You meet Donald in the cafeteria the next day and tell him not to work after regula

Business Ethics: dependence on other people

We live in a society where individuals are interdependent. Hence, as required by Kantian theory, is it possible to get what you want without using other people? Then, provide some examples from your own personal experience.

Business Ethics

Matteo Bortesi, a technology consultant at Accenture in Tokyo, said that "the Japanese think long-term. If they think they will benefit in 100 years, they will invest for their grand kids." 1. What do you think of Bortesi's observations? 2. Do American businesses follow such an approach? Why or Why not? 3. What perspec

Business Ethics

Case scenario You are the purchasing manager of a midsize firm. You receive an invitation from one of your suppliers to attend a three-day, all-expenses-paid, informational seminar on new technologies in Miami, Florida. The session is located close to your best friend's home outside Miami. When you arrive at the seminar, it t

Business Ethics of Bear Strength Supplements

Case Scenario Polar Health has been experiencing a boom in its line of health supplement products. Over the last few months, sales of Polar Health's main line of supplement products, "Bear Strength," have skyrocketed. As the manufacturing manager for this line of supplements, Bill Brice has been working overtime to increase t

Fraud Accounting/Business Ethics

In a case of cashier stealing money from the register, should one contact the police? What would be the advantages of contacting the police? What would be the disadvantages? (HINT: What is your objective?) (300 words or less)

Describe what ethics means to you

In your own words, describe what ethics means to you. List three specific objectives you expect to accomplish form taking a business ethics course.

Ethics Cycle Applied to Moral Questions in Business

Review the ethical cycle. Discuss a decision you have 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. What is the relationship between the ethical cycle and the three simple ethical tests used for bus

Evaluate the goal of eliminating consumer product risk.

There is a tendency in the U.S. to eliminate as much risk and danger as possible to consumers from the products they buy and use. As a manager, do you think such a goal may also have some negative effects on your business environment? Can you point to instances or provide examples when such an approach might prove unwise?

Statement of Cash Flows; Loan applications; Ethics

Scanned Document 105514 is the Case 20-43 Assignment The word template is where my solutions should be documented Required: 1. As OptiComm's new controller, Dave Peterson was asked to prepare a statement of cash flows for 20x1 to submit to the bank. Peterson delegated the task to you, his assistant. Use the direct method.

Ethics Overlap

Some business ethicists maintain that whereas personal ethics has to do with right or wrong behavior, business ethics is concerned with appropriate behavior. In other words, ethical behavior in business has less to do with moral principles than with what society deems to be appropriate behavior in the business context. 1. Do

Treatment of Expenses, Enron and Ethics

Please help me revise my answer based on my instructor's comments to the following business issue. You are an accountant working for an advertising agency and you are working on the adjusting entries for the year ending December 31st. You notice that the prepaid insurance account is too high, because the policy has now been u

Business Ethics: Utilitarianism and Deontology

Normative Ethics: Utilitarianism and Deontology Identify a moral problem, such as Don't Ask, Don't Tell the military is working to correct. Every company has some kind of moral problem. Whether they face up to it or not is another matter. But they have problems. What the utilitarian considerations are, and what the de

ETH501 - Business Ethics (Normative Ethics: Utilitarianism and Deontology)

Banking on WikiLeaks We all know WikiLeaks as the online site that posts information on it's website that governments consider classified. But they also post internal memos and information on banks and other large corporations. This clearly can have a negative impact on the banks. Visa, MasterCard, PayPal and others are re

Business Leaders and Ethics

Please help me with an assignment by answering the following questions regarding leadership and ethics: 1. How can business leaders encourage their companies to act ethically? 2. What role, if any, should the existence and availability of an ethics code or policy play in helping executives and management to support and s

Marketing Philosophy and Strategy

What challenges does a company face when developing new products in the global economy? Describe selected challenges using examples of at least 3 product/service launches. Resources MUST include articles from the libraryâ??s full-text databases. After having discussed the challenges of new product launches, how has technolog

Proper Customer Ethics in an electronics store: employees accessing websites

A customer service representative at an electronics store is surfing the Internet using one of the display computers. She accesses a website that shows graphic images of a crime scene. A customer in the store who notices the images is offended. Another customer service representative is behind the counter, using the store's c