MNGT 310 (Abdulla Salem Alhameli)

MNGT 310 (Abdulla Salem Alhameli) - ASSIGNMETN 01...

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INSTRUCTOR NAME : DR. BENISH CHOUDHERY STUDENT NAME : ABDULLA SALEM ALI SALEM AL AHAMELI Student ID : 20123031 SECTION : 02 SESSION : FALL 2014 SUBMITTED DATE : 05/11/2014 ASSIGNMETN 01 MANAGEMENT THEORY UNIVERSITY OF MODERN SCIENCE
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MANAGEMENT THEORY 2 TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. TABLE OF CONTENTS 2 2. DETAIL OF THE ASSIGNMENT 3 3. WRITE A DETAIL OF THE UNETHICAL INCIDENT THAT OCCURRED? 4 4. WHO WAS HARMED? DON’T JUST ANSWER WHO BUT ALSO GIVE A 5 5. WHAT WAS THE OUTCOME OF THE INCIDENT? WHAT ACTIONS DID THE ORGANIZATION 6
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MANAGEMENT THEORY 3 Course Code: MNGT3100 Course Name: Management Theory Due Date: 5 th November, 2014 Name of Student: ABDULLA SALEM ALI SALEM ALHAMELI Registration Number: 20123031 Assignment 1 Dealing with an Ethical Dilemma Identify an organization whose managers have been involved in unethical actions towards one of more stakeholder groups or who have pursued their own self-interest at the expense of other stakeholders. Your organization could be extracted from the news, from the internet, a case study or your personal experience. Once you have identified the organization, answer the following questions in detail: 1. Write a detail of the ‘unethical’ incident that occurred? 2. Who was harmed? Don’t just answer who but also give a detail of how they were harmed? 3. What was the outcome of the incident? What actions did the organization take to rectify the incident? WRITE A DETAIL OF THE ‘UNETHICAL’ INCIDENT THAT OCCURRED?
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MANAGEMENT THEORY 4 Nike has been accused of using sweatshops since the early 1970s, when it produced goods in South Korea , People's Republic of China and Taiwan . As their economies developed, workers became more productive, wages rose, and many workers moved on to higher paying jobs. Labor unions also gained more influence. Nike found cheaper People's Republic of China, and Vietnam, which prohibited labor unions. When workers demanded additional rights and benefits in these countries, the Nike factories closed and moved to a different location that would enable them to continue operating at a low cost. Throughout the 1990s, Nike was heavily criticized for selling goods produced in sweatshops. They originally denied claims against them. However in 2001, Nike director Todd McKean stated in an interview that the "initial attitude was, 'Hey, we don't own the factories. We don't control what goes on there.' Quite frankly, that was a sort of irresponsible way to approach this. We had people there every day looking at quality. Clearly, we had leverage and responsibility with certain parts of the business, so why not others?" WHO WAS HARMED? DON’T JUST ANSWER WHO BUT ALSO GIVE A DETAIL
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