- Identified and analyzed 3 roles of ethics as it relates to judgment and decision making in accounting and financial reporting. - Gave examples of situations where they were not present. - Assess the value created by ethics.
"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 consistent with the moral philosophy described below; and if it is not consistent with that philosophy, explain why it is not.
WorldCom Corporation, the second largest telecommunications company in the United States, became the largest bankruptcy in history due to financial reporting irregularities and misstatements of nearly $7 billion. WorldCom's controller, director of general accounting, and director of management reporting all pleaded guilty to
The Recalcitrant Director at Byte Products, Inc.: Corporate Legality Versus Corporate Responsibility.
Read "The Recalcitrant Director at Byte Products, Inc.: Corporate Legality Versus Corporate Responsibility," Case 1 in your text (pages 1-1 through 1-7, Appendix 15a, page 365). 1. What is the most important problem facing the Byte Products, Inc.? 2. What recommendation(s) would you make to Mr. Elliot, and in what order of
You have recently been hired by Jenny and Brad as corporate controller. After being on the job 6 months, you are given a raise and additional responsibilities in other commonly owned corporations. One of you responsibilities is being the check signer. You notice that you are signing checks payable to Design Emporium (a local
A novice author wrote a moving memoir and was lucky enough to be included in the book club list of a reputable talk show host. As a result, the memoir was an overnight success. Shortly after, it was discovered that some fundamental details of the memoir were fabricated. The publisher provided a refund to those who purchased the
Discuss two differences between social responsibility and corporate responsibility.
Can a presenter really change his/her image from presentation to presentation? If so, how? Is it ethical? Try to think of an example in which this might happen or has happened. What are/were the results?
1) Identify Audencia's (Management school in Nantes, France) different stakeholders and draw a map emphazing on their importance and on their commitment to the organization and to global responsibility. 2) Identify 5 priorities for Audencia in the field of global responsibility and propose concrete action plans for each prior
Discuss two difference between social responsibility and corporate responsibility.
Define ethics and law. Is ethics or law more important? Why?
#14) Suppose you are an administrator at the Environmental Protection Agency. It has been reported that a small plant in a small town is in violation of the environmental laws. If you enforce the laws' requirements, the plant will be forced to shut down. The plant is the major source of employment for the town, and its closure w
1) Are professional ethics the same as personal morality? why or why not? 2) What do the terms values, beliefs and preferences mean to you?
Ethics and integrity in auditing, 2 X Case Studies (Professional Auditing). Total: 2.5 pages. Need help from 'Auditing professional'
Need help from 'Auditing professional' ***Case study 1:****(see attachment for the case) Required: Outline five ethical issues relevant in assessing the relationship with the company and in deciding whether to continue offering the current range of services to this client. Cite relevant references where appropriate.
Five virtues of ethics Exercises 1. Is doing the right thing at work always the best policy to follow in all circumstances? Why or why not? Provide an example that helps illustrate your position. Professional Development 1. If a supervisor insists that you either perform an unethical practice (The supervisor states, "Tha
What role do ethics play in financial reporting and anaylsis? Can you think of any organizations that have come under fire recently for fraudulent reporting or analysis? Please provide specific examples of what an accountant can do to maintain high ethical standards.
What are examples of individual and group ethics or ground rules that are different? How do personal ethics relate to organizational ethics?
Case study As a counselor in an outplacement firm, you've been working with Irwin for six months to find him a new position. During that time, he has completed extensive assessment work to determine if he's in an appropriate profession or if he might benefit from a career change.The results of the assessment indicate that Irw
1. How do trust, cooperation, and principles relate to personal ethics? 2.What effect do trust, cooperation, and principles have on the effectiveness of an organization?
Please interpret the results in the attachment, and apply them to an individual's personal and professional development. Include a statement explaining how his or her educational experience has impacted their ethical thinking. Please address the individual's use of ethics in thinking and decision-making and the potential for con
What are examples of a hierarchy of personal moral development?
Can you help me with the following assignment? Describe in your own words an incident where Citigroup faced an ethical situation. Describe the consequences of their actions.
I need write a paragraph on the 'child brides' of India. I just need to write what ethical change, deficiency, or conflict brought it about? I am not sure where to start. This is the web cite I found need your help on this: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/pages/live/femail/article.html?in_article_id=389469&in_page_id=1879. Thank y
Net income of john and sue a hardware store that decreased in 2002 mike sneed the owner thinks he will need a loan in 2003 from a bank, late in 2002 he tells his accountant to record a $10,000 sale of furniture to his family even if the merchandise won't be sent from the company until January 2003 he tells his a accountant make
Why is understanding, acceptance, and application of ethics important to individuals and groups? How do ethical processes become ground rules for individual and group morals, values, virtues, etc.?
I am looking for help researching Enron in preparing for a PowerPoint presentation. Point form for the slides will be much appreciated. Thank you. TASK: Review the history of Enron using the following websites and two additional websites that you find (please cite on reference slide): Washington Post Business Speci
As the new corporate controller, you would like to reiterate the measures enacted by Congress in the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 to the accounting team. Research and summarize some of the provisions of the 2002 act that you would like to include in your presentation. Discuss professional codes of ethics in accounting.
You have been asked to teach ethics to a group of managers. In one part of this you will be discussing the "Power Corruption Cycle". Give an example of power corruption or ethical lapses by an organization's leadership that you can use. summarize and explain how the organization's corrupted leader(s) fits in the "Power Corrup
In no more than 200 words explain the specific insights having an accounting training provides when analyzing the Sharp case. ****Please ans the question above***** not on the questions in the case*** Thanks
Justify your decision-making concerning the following situation: You are a paramedic arriving at an emergency scene. A group of scouts have entered a cave that is now filling with water. They were led into the cave by a rather large scoutmaster. Unfortunately, while leading them out of the cave, the scoutmaster somehow manag