What can American companies do to protect themselves and still be competitive in other countries while staying within the Laws and Ethics of the Home and Host Country? Is it possible? Examine the requirements for successful management of a Global Business. In your opinion what are the advantages and disadvantages of a comp
Arthur Andersen: Questionable Accounting Practices 1. Describe the legal and ethical issues surrounding Andersen's auditing of companies accused of accounting improprieties. 2. What evidence is there that Andersen's corporate culture contributed to its downfall? 3. How can the provisions of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act help
What is free source and open source and what are the risks are associated with using free source and open source materials?
"Drug use is information that is rightfully private and only in exceptional cases can an employer claim a right to know about such use." Defend or oppose this statement. How is your response to this assignment consistent with the moral philosophy you described in the Unit 1 discussion board assignment? Explain. If it is not cons
Which factors seem to be most important in diagnosing why bad things happen in organizations? What role does the individual, and individual conscience, play in making sure good things happen in organizations?
What are your thoughts on why organizational ethics of Enron, Arthur Anderson, and Worldcom failed?
What is ethics, and what does it mean to "put business and ethics together"? What would it mean for a company to do this well?
1. What is the significance of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act? 2. List and describe at least three duties of the oversight board. 2. Describe the three criteria that must be met in order to define a hostile work environment. 3. What is the key ethical issue within sexual harassment?
What is the auditor's responsibility with regard to errors, fraud, and illegal acts in audit planning?
Ethics in Business Jeff Fox is the controller of a cooperation whose stock is not listed on a national stock exchange. The company has just received a patent on a product that is expected to yield substantial profits in a year or two. However, the company is presently experiencing financial difficulties; it is on the verge
Three levels of ethics (of the four) noted in the text include: professional ethics, organizational ethics, and social ethics. Explain each of these forms of ethics. Use examples as needed, to clarify your responses.
Can you help me figure out the answers to the questions below? Thanks! ------------------ Case Study 6 - Mattel 1. Do manufacturers of products for children have special obligations to consumers and society? If so, what are these responsibilities? 2. How effective has Mattel been at encouraging ethical and legal conduc
Denys C. began a manufacturing organization, BFBS, LLC., in 2003. The firm specializes in natural hair care products. Most clients are mid-sized national and international retailers who have highly developed in-house marketing departments. BFBS has proved to be highly successful in the past primarily because of the strong pe
Discusses if there are ethnic influences for most of us when it comes to our diet and how we ate as children, as young adults and sometime as adults. It can also be a good or bad thing when we have our own families. Explain
Case 1: An Auditors Dilemma Found in Ethical Issues in Finance and Accounting (Page 409) Originally from Joh R. Boatright, Ethics and the Conduct of Business, 2nd ed. C: 1993. Prentice Hall, Inc., Upper Saddle River, NJ. Questions: 1. Is the IAA code of ethics really helpful in resolving Alison's dilemma? Why or why not?
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 "
American Intercontinental University publishes The Marketing Scene, an "online destination for professionals and consumers to discuss new ways of marketing, the effectiveness of advertising trends, specific ad campaigns, and the impact this information has on our society". All of the articles are edited by marketing professi
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?
Lawrence Kohlberg theorized that there are six stages of moral development through which a person may pass as they develop from infancy to adulthood. Kohlberg was interested in the way that people arrived at their moral judgment when faced with social dilemmas. In this question you will assume that a small catering company h
Describe several reasons why ethics is relevant to business. Can a "good business" be an unethical business?