1. What is ethics, and how do ethics apply to business? (Explain in details) 2. What is spyware? (Would this include key logging while at work?) If you use references, please include.
What are some differences among social exchange theory, and the reciprocity and social responsibility norms? Which best explains helping behavior? Why?
Give examples of at least two market failures and explain how they represent challenges to the free market understanding of business's environmental responsibilities.
Nike and McDonald's: How would you describe the managerial philosophy of each of the companies you have chosen? What principles are involved? What are the overriding aims, values, and goals of each company? Which of these models does the companies seem to fit? (The Classical Model of Corporate Social Responsibility, Modifi
"Good ethics is good business." Do you think ethical behavior by a corporation leads to better performance in the long run?" Can you think of any examples where a company's ethical behavior resulted in better performance by the corporation in the long run? Performance can be measured in terms of creating a better public image
Write a paper in which you explain the following key concepts and terminology: o Organizational culture and behavior o Diversity o Communication o Business Ethics o Change Management Describe the observable aspects of each of the above. Provide a brief analysis of the culture and behavior of the organiz
1. Distinguish between ethically acceptable means of influencing another and ethically improper means to influence another. 2. Explain two ways in which a consumer could be described as vulnerable. What factors might make a person vulnerable in each sense? What are the ethics of marketing to the vulnerable?
Ethical Issue: Does an agent's breaches of loyalty terminate the agent's authority? How does your employer handle breaches of loyalty and ethics? Also, when should an employee's acts be considered a breach of loyalty and how vigorously should this be enforced?
Utilitarianism: Ethics what is the definition?, ethical thinker associated with theory, decision making process and Workplace example Deontological Ethics:Ethics what is the definition?, ethical thinker associated with theory, decision making process and Workplace example Virtue Ethics:Ethics what is the definition?, ethic
When shareholders increase their wealth through downsizing, does this come, to some degree, at the expense of loyal employees---those who have worked diligently to serve the firm in terms of accomplishing its vision and mission? If so, what actions could be taken to be fair to both shareholders and employees when downsizing or "
What is business ethics? Explain at least three ethical issues within today's business environment that affect your community and organization.
Distinguish between utilitarian, deontological and virtue-based approaches to ethics. What are the strengths and weaknesses of each?
I have attached a copy of the case study "Ethical Dilemma at Northlake". I would prefer someone that is knowledgable on this subject to assist in this. these are the requirments I am looking for. 1. a Synopis - this should be concise, complete,and should not exceed 3-4 paragrahps. 2. please indentify three (3) findings
Explain how ethics affects the four functions of management in the organization Starbucks. Include a specific example and cite a minimum of one source. Explain how managers can use delegation to manage the different factors and functions at Starbucks. Write summary.
In chapter 9 of "Environmental Ethics" textbook there are contentious issues about Deep Ecology eco-philosophy as a religious matter. Some of the stakeholders are Minnesota Associated Contract Loggers, Olson Logging Company versus USFS, SWAN, Forest Guardians of Santa Fe, Native Americans, Religious Campaign for Forest Conservat
Personal ethics is valuable in making positive decisions. In many situations we see that the younger generations' decisions are harming them due to few moral values. Through normative ethics we discover what makes our actions right or wrong. For example, if a person is driving and throws trash out of the window, we know that mor
In 700-words provide a response to the following 4 questions: Visa call center 1. How would you identify and characterize the roles of incentives, training, and education in promoting innovation in a credit card company call center, such as Visa? 2. What is the role of leadership in creating, managing, and sustain
1. How do ethics influence human behavior in organizations? 2. How do stereotypes and selective perceptions impact an individual's interaction with others? 3. What are some communication channels commonly used in your organization? What are some of the common interferences that result in "noise"? 4. How can
(A) Define environmental science and environmental ethics. Examine the relationships between them. (B) Discuss the benefits of using scientific method. Do you think there are dangers of not using the scientific method? Explain, please.
2. a. If management reports truthfully, what economic events are likely to prompt the following accounting changes? * Increase in the estimated life of depreciable assets * Decrease in the uncollectibles allowance as a percentage of gross receivables * Recognition of revenues at the point of delivery, rather than at the
The study of ethics dates back to the Greek and Roman philosophers. The boundaries of moral and ethical behaviors are defined by the expectation of their respective eras. Have the tenets of morality and ethics in business evolved since 1990? How? Provide two reasons for your answer.
Over the objections of the Legislative Black Caucus and NAACP, a divided public Board of Public Works yesterday approved a $44.8 million contract for airport shuttle service to a company that failed to meet Maryland's minority business goals. BALTIMORE (Map, News) - Maryland's Board of Public Works approved a $44 million
What ethical considerations are important when transacting international business? Give an example. How can cultural differences lead to ethical dilemmas?
What is it about Southwest that keeps them successful? Are their strategies different than other airlines? Should other airlines use them as a benchmark? how important is business ethics when considering operations? Do you feel your organization is ethical? Would you speak of if it wasn't? Technology has transformed the
Discuss the key points of Jean-Paul Sartre's (1905-1980) existentialist philosophy, must include reference to the concept of 'bad faith', and explain carefully between 'being-in-itself', 'being-for-itself'and 'being-for-others'. And is the existentialist ethics useful for an understanding of your own life and career journey and
1. How might individual and group ethics or ground rules be different? Please support your answers with examples from real life if possible. 2. How does an individual deal with living under two or more conflicting value systems? Please support your answers with examples from real life if possible. 3. How should values an
1. Why should an individual study ethics? (Please provide at least 150 words). Thanks!
Should Justin Ellsworth's Parents have been given access to his email? Please answer this question in three to five pages. Be sure to assess, separately with thorough explanations, the utilitarian and deontological considerations.
Using the attached "Ethics Theories Table," fill in the brief definitions and sub-theories of each ethical theory, and match the real-world examples that are listed below the table with the corresponding theories. Finally, come up with your own workplace (Saudi Aramco) example that fits each theory.
How can professional values and ethics affect career success. Could you please help with a description of each one in 300 to 500 words.