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Case: Ethics Competency ( Ethical Dilemma at Nortlake)

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

Lucy Shafer non-disclosure of uncle's loan: effects, ratios, ethics

Lucy Shafer wants to borrow 100,000 to expand her dog-breeding business. She is preparing a set of financial statements to take to the local bank with her loan application. She currently has an outstanding loan from her uncle for 50,000. Lucy's uncle is allowing her to borrow the money at a very low interest rate, and she does n

Morals and Ethics: How they are Formed

One's upbringing creates the basis for what is significant and should be valued. The morals and ethics of the family and community are instilled during one's upbringing. If you are raised to understand the environment is to be appreciated, respected and protected vs. it having no value of its own except to meet the needs of peop

Ethics affects the four functions of management at Starbucks

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.

Environmental Ethics: Deep Ecology

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

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

Ethics Reflection: Awareness inventory and choices in the workplace

- Resources: Ethics Awareness Inventory and Ethical Choices in the Workplace assessments - Use the Ethics Awareness Inventory and Ethical Choices in the Workplace assessments to revisit your personal and professional values. - Write a response in which you do the following: o Explain the role of ethics and social respo

Visa Call Center Innovation: Leadership and ethic

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


I need assistance with the following: **Debate the ethics of doing business in countries with totalitarian governments. **Comment on opposing arguments, looking for holes and inconsistencies. **Attempt to answer any arguments that are presented against your side of the argument. **3-4 paragraphs **use your own words

Government Ethics and Environment Actions

I am very strong on my conviction about the way our government has conducted itself on subjects such as global warming. Environmentally, they should be removing everything (aerosols, fuel spills, etc) that could damage our habitat, but ethically they cannot because there are private interests with big organizations that support

Scientific Method and Ethics in Decision Making

We need to use the scientific method when trying to develop new products and how to solve problems in general. Yet, it is necessary to remain ethical when making decisions even if it's based on scientific method. However, they problem I see with the scientific method is "human nature" because we are not perfect. Please explain.

Economic events to prompt accounting changes

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

New York's ban on smoking in bars and restaurants

Do you agree with New York's ban on smoking in bars and restaurants? I know that the ban goes beyond just bars and restaurants, but please focus only on this aspect and write a three to five page answer. Dig on the web and in proquest to find out as much as you can about the new law, and of course, apply the principles of norm

Morality and ethics: has there been a change in values since 1990?

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.

ETHICS Case: Should the Maryland Airport have awarded the contract?

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 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

Ethics and social responsibility

A. Ethics and social responsibility play important roles in today's business world and are impacted by movement regulations. "Strict government regulations are necessary to make companies behave ethically." 1) Examine the chosen statement in the context of ethics and social responsibility. 2) Examine the impact go

Ethical Values and Utilitarinism

Two business ethics questions, 250 words minimum each. 1. Are some ethical values or principles relative to one's own culture, religion, or personal opinion? Are some ethical values NOT culturally relevant? What makes them different? 2. Explain how the branch of utilitarianism claims free and competitive markets can help

Existentialist ethics

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

Individual Vs. Group Ethics

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

Discussing an Ethics Case

I do not understand how to answer these case study questions. Could you please assist me. Ethics Case: BYP 1-7 Wayne Terrago, controller for Robbin Industries, was reviewing production cost reports for the year. One amount in these reports continued to bother him-advertising. During the year, the company had instituted an

Is the concern about Ethics in the workplace relevant?

I need help answering these review questions. They should be 200-300 words a piece. 1. Is the concern about Ethics in the workplace relevant? 2. What are the sources for obtaining industry norms to compare financial ratios? What limitation should the analyst be aware of when using industry comparisons? 3. Why might a

Parents Access to Email

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.

Completeing an Ethics Theories Table

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.

Value and ethics

How can professional values and ethics affect career success. Could you please help with a description of each one in 300 to 500 words.