I need some help getting started with the following case:
1. Identify the problems identified in the case. Evaluate the options of possible solutions presented by the authors.
2. Do you agree that NYSEG's Project Share is both altruistic and good business? Why, or why not? Explain.
3. Would Milton Friedman and R. Edward Freeman believe that Project Share is consistent with NYSEG's fiduciary responsibility to its shareholders? Why, or why not? Explain.
4. Would Hon Boatright believe that Project Share is consistent with NYSEG's fiduciary responsibility to its shareholders? Why, or why not? Explain.
5. What was the author's recommend solution? Do you agree or disagree with their recommendation? Why or why not?
1. The initial problem identified in this case ,includes the fact many individuals that are serviced by NYSEG are having problems paying their energy bills for a variety of different reasons. Another problem identified in this case, is that NYSEG seeks to develop a program in which they can assist members of society that are having trouble with paying their energy bills, etc., but this endeavor will invariably result in a loss in profit for the organization, due to the fact that assisting these individuals will detract from organizational revenue. An additional very pressing problem that has been identified in this case, is the fact that this company has not been able to provide significantly profitable returns for shareholders. The option of this organization assisting customers in finding social services, and or federal assistance in helping customers that are suffering financial hardships to pay their energy bills, is a valid and effective possible solution presented by the ...