Many organizations have a strategy implemented that will enable a company to achieve its goals and remain profitable. However, with the same measure of tenacity in strategic planning, unethical practices could be eliminated. "An effective organizational culture should encourage ethical behavior and discourage unethicalbehavior
Mr. Barker is returning to a town he once lived in and a position he once held. He and his wife visit several real estate brokers there in hopes of finding a house. One broker mentions that Horace's house will soon be for sale. "Oh," Barker says, "I know Horace; is he leaving the area?" The broker explains that he is not, but is
Ethical behavior can shift depending on the situation. In order for an organization to eliminate unethicalbehavior, it will have a code of conduct in place. What actions within the organization need to be taken in order to ensure ethical behavior is followed?
What is whistle blowing, and why is it important to the study of business ethics? Provide details. Discuss the reasons why an employee would refrain from reporting potentially unethicalbehavior within his/her organization. Should a corporation establish an ethics hotline? Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of having one.
Analyze the following ethical scenarios or unethical scenarios:
1) Betty is a high producing, devoted employee who might work overtime in an emergency. She tells her boss that she got caught in traffic upon arriving late the next day, when in fact, she overslept. Is this unethicalbehavior?
If so, why? If not, why not?
1. Explain the implications of not establishing an ethical work environment.
2. In your opinion, which elements are most important in a company's ethics program?
3. Briefly discuss the purpose of codes of ethics.
4. Why is it important for an organization's response to an ethics violation to be viewed as fair by oth
I need help with questions that are related about Lehman Brothers down fall!
Did the Lehman Brothers engaged in illegal or unethicalbehavior? Did Lehman Brother's allowed or encouraged malfeasance or questionable acts?
What's the difference between "illegal behavior" and unethicalbehavior?
How unethicalbehavior impacts
For a leader to exhibit personal and professional ethics, and disregard the organizational codes violates the ethical standards of the organization.
please explain what is interesting is that organizations many times will wink at ethical discrepancies as long as the employee is producing. This is where the importance of ethic