NClass8-DBCSRethic - 8(1).pdf

NClass8-DBCSRethic - 8(1).pdf - Dr Dan Baugher MGT 250 8...

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1 Dr. Dan Baugher MGT. 250 Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility Class 8 – 3/21 8 1 Baugher 2 Student Learning Objectives 1. Understand difference between morals and ethics and how egoism or self-interest can affect environment. 2. Understand business ethics and approaches to it. 3. Recognize types of unethical behavior at workplace and who is harmed. Try to acquire from this class & associated readings at least the following:
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2 Baugher 3 5. Understand factors affecting how ethical decisions are made. 6. Understand range of responses to corporate social responsibility (CSR) including enlightened self interest. 7. Understand how corporate social responsibility other than the traditional approach, may or may not be beneficial to profitability. More Learning Objectives Baugher 4 Ethics vs. Morals Morals Beliefs on What is Right and Wrong (Internal) Ethics Rules to Guide Behavior (e.g., Code of Ethics) Excessive Emphasis on Egoism Chaos Corruption Govt Intervention Unsafe Instability Major Crimes/Fraud
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3 Baugher 5 Alternative Ethical Models Guided By: Expected Consequences (Ends justify Means) 1. Egoism (for me) 2. Utilitarianism (for greatest #) Rational Rules (No Regard for Consequences) 1. Justice/Fairness 2. Rights (Dignity, privacy) Baugher 6 Business Ethics Business Ethics are standards of conduct or moral judgment used by managers in carrying out their business.
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