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POTENTIAL ETHICAL ISSUES MANAGERS MAY FACE1POTENTIAL ETHICAL ISSUES MANAGERS MAY FACENicholas SargentOnline Program, JBUMGT 2173: Principles of ManagementDr. Vicki ClarkJuly 5, 2021
POTENTIAL ETHICAL ISSUES MANAGERS MAY FACE2POTENTIAL ETHICAL ISSUES MANAGERS MAY FACEPeople, inventory, communication, hiring/firing, and motivation are all problems that today’smanagers face. While these types of problems occur, managers also have to deal with ethicaldilemmas. One particular concern is that managers in publicly traded companies are beholden toshareholders.Drucker (2008) says “that the enterprise’s sole function is to provide the largestpossible immediate gain to the shareholder. It then falls on the manager to possibly sacrifice“long-range, wealth producing capacity, to short-term gains” (pp. 9-10). Sacrificing long rangecapacity can be detrimental to the workers as well as the future of the company. Sacrificing long

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Term
Winter
Professor
Mathys,Nicholas
Tags
Management, POTENTIAL ETHICAL ISSUES MANAGERS

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