Now, let us think about the great ethical theories in a different way—how productively can they be applied to our daily lives? When faced with the need to make a moral decision, should we take into account the fulfillment of our own character, or the performance of dutiful action, or the most likely consequences? Practical questions call for specific examples, so look for instances in which each of these approaches seems most appropriate© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 25, 2018, 8:47 am ad1c9bdddf
The benefit of relying on an absolute standard to determine dutiful action is that it doesn't change based on my feelings, tiredness, hurry or opinion. Having an absolute standard gives one confidence in decision making.
Taking my character development into account is a good idea but many times my judgment will be clouded by my immediate desires and opinions and character development will seem like an ...
This solution examines the process of applying ethical standards to your decision making processes. Can ethical standards be applied to our lives in a practical way? This is a short observation of over 300 words written from the perspective of the author who has taught humanities, ethics and religion courses over the past 15 years.
Making Decisions in Business Situations
Run the Making Decisions in Business Situations simulation at least once to ensure that you are familiar with the various decision points in the simulation, and the effect that your choices have had on the outcome.
Write a 1050- to 1400-word essay that examines the role of perception in the decision making process. Conduct research to find sources that support your conclusions. Include proper citations and APA style references for all sources. In your essay, be sure to address the following topics:
? What is perception?
? How can a person's perception of others impact an organization's behavior?
? What are the positive and negative effects of using perceptive "shortcuts" when judging others?
? How are decisions in real world organizations actually made?
? How can our perceptions shape ethical or moral decisions?