Collectively, business people make billions of decisions daily. Within that decision framework, there are pressures from many areas that affect the decisions and perhaps more importantly, the decision making process. The culture of the business, the leadership example of senior management, the culture of the country, the individual's beliefs all affect the ethical standards and the process itself.
Within this complexity, how can you decide what is an ethical decision? Is this an impossible task? ( take a position and justify it with a scenario )© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com September 19, 2018, 11:38 am ad1c9bdddf - https://brainmass.com/business/business-philosophy-and-ethics/solving-business-ethics-571293
Within this complexity, how can you decide what is an ethical decision? Is this an impossible task? (take a position and justify it with a scenario)
I decide on what is an ethical decision based off my morals and values. In fact, if a person has any, then this is the route he or she would go. All of us are religious whether we want to admit it or not; therefore, someone who has ethics will base their decisions based off their dogma whether or not ...
This solution discusses how morals and values go along with one's background and impact his or her ethical decisions in the workplace.