Syllabus08 - BUSINESS AS AN INSTITUTION IN SOCIETY MGNT 405...

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BUSINESS AS AN INSTITUTION IN SOCIETY – MGNT 405 – F. DALY Course Objective – No longer simply private entities, businesses large and small affect the communities in which they operate economically, socially, culturally and even politically. We will examine that phenomenon with a view to understanding the complexity of the business society interface. Given the current business landscape, we will pay special attention to business ethics. For organizational purposes, each of the 15 weeks of teaching time will be considered as a module devoted principally but not exclusively to a topic such as Ethics, Employment, Technology and your presentations. You’ll be asked for a weekly writing assignment related to the topic. I (August 27, 2007) Review Class requirements including syllabus, introduction of texts and assigned readings. The principal topic will be the Shareholder/Stakeholder debate . Readings: 1) “The Social Responsibility of Business is to Increase its Profits”, Milton Friedman, New York Times Magazine, September 13, 1970 2) “Rethinking the Social Responsibility of Business:…” Findarticles.com 3) “The Corporate Objective Revisited” II (September 5, 2007) Business and Public Issues – Readings: Google: 1)“Business and Public Issues” a series of 12 slides “Environmental Intelligence and Macro Environment of Business.” (view as html). 2) US Chamber of Commerce: (click on
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This note was uploaded on 04/23/2008 for the course MGMT 405 taught by Professor Daly during the Fall '08 term at Loyola Marymount.

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Syllabus08 - BUSINESS AS AN INSTITUTION IN SOCIETY MGNT 405...

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