Create a framework for an ethical organization of your own design. The ethical framework will include a description of the organization, the organization's mission and values statements, a code of ethics, a description of the organization's culture, the leadership approach, and methods of oversight. You will be introduced to these concepts and terms throughout the course; your readings and activities will help prepare you to design this ethical framework.
2.Description of the Organization: Expand and incorporate feedback from Building an Ethical Organization Part I.
3.Mission Statement: Expand and incorporate feedback from Building an Ethical Organization Part I.
4.Values Statement: Expand and incorporate feedback from Building an Ethical Organization Part I.
5.Code of Ethics: List your organization's code of ethics, with a minimum of ten items. How does the code inspire a tangible outcome from employees? How is it related to the mission and values of the organization?
6.Organizational Culture: What type of culture do you plan to foster and how? How will the culture institutionalize the organization's values?
7.Leadership: What approach to leadership will you take? How will you develop and maintain organizational culture as a leader? What is your moral responsibility as a leader?
8.Oversight: How will you measure your organization's performance in maintaining an ethical standard? What structures or systems will you put in place for oversight?
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//The given discussion paper is based on the ethical framework of the particular Company. In this paper, all the aspects of the Company are described. For this purpose, the selected Organization and its introduction is given in the first section of the discussion. The mission and vision of the Company are also included in this section.//
In this paper, I have described about the Sauk Village Community Health Care Center, which is an ethical organization. Apart from this, the paper includes the mission statement, vision statement and code of ethics. It also reveals the interrelationship between the mission, vision and code of ethics. The paper also describes about the organizational culture, leadership and oversight about measuring the organization performance
Description of the Organization
The Sauk Village Community Health Care Center is an ethical organization, which provides services related to the job training, shelter, education, food, clothing, medical treatment and other different types of counseling. Its clientele includes elderly people, teen mothers, disabled and peoples without home. It also includes people from the low income group. This is basically a non profit organization, receiving funds from the grants by the government.
Its mission statement is based on the ethical grounds. Mission statement reflects the objectives of the organization, which are:
Safe guarding the clients well being and health belonging to the community of Sauk Village; It especially includes those who are in greater needs. The next objective is to extend its services all over the community in Sauk Village in order to provide short and long term care to the people suffering from the complex and chronic health related problems and also to those suffering from economic and social problems.
The main aim of this health center is to offer help and care to those people who are not getting help from anywhere. This organization helps its community to prosper and grow.
This is done by:
 Proper Implementation of policy formulated by government.
 By Continuing the development of Program
 By growing the capacity of service provided
 By Having a adequate staffing
 Assisting people in living separately without depending on others.
 By making the outcomes better through screening, prevention and early intervention.
 By Assisting people in reducing homelessness
Ethical aspect of mission: Its mission statement reflects the ethical system as it states that the existence of the company is for the protection of the well being of its clients. Therefore, no harm can occur either physically or mentally to the clients through the policy of discrimination or bias by the organization. The company is committed in providing best care for all the people who are in need. The company's supreme goal is to provide right and appropriate health care on time from the superior staff so that they can easily overcome their ill health.
The mission statement covey that the organization is with the people of community in each and every respect whether it's mental health, education, training related to job and health and helping clients in becoming independent members of the community. Apart from this, the organization doesn't allow any discrimination based on the caste, color and pay scale. Hence, the objectives of its mission statement are reflected in all its programs, activities and services.
//In the next section of the discussion paper, the value statement of the Company and moral aspects of its value statement are discussed. After having an explanation of the moral values of the Company, the reader can better understand the 'Code of Ethics' of the Company.//
The value statement of the organization is to concentrate on the clients by putting ...
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Fictitious organization that exemplifies business ethics.
- Create a fictitious organization that exemplifies business ethics.
- Write a 2,100- to 2,800-word paper in which you explain the organization's ethics programs and overall ethical environment. Address the following in your examination:
o Describe current moral and ethical issues faced by the organization.
o Explain how the fictitious company deals with the relationship between ethics, morality, and social issues in the legal environment.
o Evaluate the organization's ethics program based on the code of ethics, training, monitoring, and enforcement.
o Consider the following questions:
- Code of Ethics
o Does a formal code of ethics exist?
o What topics are included in the code of ethics?
o How is the code distributed and used?
o Is the code reinforced in reward and decision-making systems?
o Is ethics emphasized to recruits and new employees?
o How are employees and managers oriented to an organization's values?
o Are managers trained in ethical decision-making?
o What ethics training exists for employees?
o How are ethics and integrity measured throughout the organization?
o Are whistle-blowers encouraged? If so, how?
o Does a language exist that allows employees and managers to openly discuss ethical situations?
o What ethical considerations are incorporated into planning and policy-making at the organization?
o How do managers enforce ethics?
o How are ethics enforced by the organization? How is unethical behavior dealt with?