Why might an organization really need core values? How might you really see core values "in action?"
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Step 1: Define core values (business)
You may wish to elaborate on your own or use any of the following examples of core values as an introduction to your response:
1. Worthwhile traits or qualities that represent what a person (employee, manager, et al) considers most important or their highest priority.
2. A company's established standards for how it functions, "decision making, problem solving, and customer service." (http://www.buzzle.com/articles/core-values-of-a-company.html).
3. "The set of basic moral beliefs that is the foundation of your business." (http://www.hvacrbusiness.com/issue/article/158/the_road_to_success_starts_with_defining_core_values.aspx)
4. What a person believes deep inside that drives their ...
This 488-word solution provides four definitions of the term "core values" along with examples of core values. The solution provides suggestions for answering the questions "Why might an organization really need core values?" and "How might you really see core values in action?" with examples and web addresses for in-text citations and references.
China and Google: Risks in compromising core values operating in global environments
Please answer the two questions below. There must be some sort of reference to an article (or journal, or something) - please provide a valid link.
In a 2009 effort to restrict a free exchange of ideas and control communications the Government of the Peoples Republic of China (PRC) required Google's (www.google.com) PRC operations to censor web content it considered politically embarrassing or sensitive. This action prompted Google to issue a statement threatening a complete pull-out of the PRC market. In March 2010, Google decided to move it's operations from PRC to Hong Kong (http://edition.cnn.com/2010/BUSINESS/03/23/china.google.winners/index.html).
What are the risks for a U.S. company compromising its core values when operating in global environments?
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