BCOR 3010 Class #2 - The Relevance of Values (2)

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Writing Assignment Google in China
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Click to edit Master subtitle style The Relevance of Values, Your Values, and a Glimpse into Ethical Decision Making
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Values and Ethics Values - desirable principle or quality Ethics - considering whether our actions are right or wrong, beliefs about what is right or wrong that come from inside us Carly Fiorina on Personal Ethics
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George and the Fire Tiananmen Square President Clinton and That Woman Different Views on Values
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Business Ethics Business ethics [is] nothing less than the full awareness of what one is doing, its consequences and complications. Thinking about ethics in business is no more than acknowledging that one has taken compliance, contributions and consequences into account and being and is willing to be responsible for them.
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Business Ethics It is being aware of: The need for compliance with laws, rules of behavior, customs etc…. thinking about the contributions business can make to society (and all stakeholders affected by business decisions)…the consequences of business activity both inside and outside the company.
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