QUESTIONS FOR VIDEO CASE ANALYSIS Week 3 Scholfield Honda
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QUESTIONS FOR VIDEO CASE ANALYSIS Week 3 Scholfield Honda

Course Number: ADMS 2200, Spring 2012

College/University: York University

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VIDEO CASE ANALYSIS Questions re Case Video: Scholfield Honda 1. 2. 3. 4. How does Scholfield Honda rate on the social responsibility pyramid? Do they meet all the criteria for a socially responsible company? What social and cultural changes have impacted the way car manufacturers design and market their products? Should governmental regulations be placed on companies claims that their products are green?...

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CASE VIDEO ANALYSIS Questions re Case Video: Scholfield Honda 1. 2. 3. 4. How does Scholfield Honda rate on the social responsibility pyramid? Do they meet all the criteria for a socially responsible company? What social and cultural changes have impacted the way car manufacturers design and market their products? Should governmental be regulations placed on companies claims that their products are green? Should official classifications for environmental friendliness be defined? What is Scholfield Hondas primary ethical responsibility in situations where a proposed green initiative is cost prohibitive or even detrimental to the company's bottomline?

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