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Values and Ethics 1 Running Header: VALUES AND ETHICS PAPER Professional Values and Ethics Paper Learning Team B Adrian Noche Amanda Lloyd Annabelle Rodriguez Dick Woods University of Phoenix
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Values and Ethics 2 Professional Values and Ethics Paper Professional values and ethics have been thought of as a standard for all people to abide by. This standard can be viewed as immutable and the verification of it is evident in many agreements between the organizations and there employees. The chain of command follows a belief pattern that flows through the Religious organization, to Governmental organization, to Business organization. The concept of professional ethics is partly comprised of what a professional should or should not do in the work place. As stated by J. Rajagopal, “professional ethics concerns one’s behavior, conduct and practice when carrying out professional work” (2007, para. 2). If a professional is to have ethics then that person needs to adopt that code of conduct in all of his or her dealings, especially within a large organization or business where a group of people may find themselves in situations where there values are in conflict with another, and they are in need of a reference that is considered ethical. A professional code of conduct should be implemented in the work place. Things that are included are concepts like: professional respect, responsibility, balance, honesty, avoidance of fraudulent activity such as plagiarism in conjunction with professional development of the individual to obtain enhancement of the profession and the industry within which the professional works. Ethics are defined internally, while morals have a tendency to be superficially pre-disposed on other people. Morals have a stronger public component to values and have a very wide-ranging approval rate. We tend to pass judgment more sturdily on morals then values. Individuals can be labeled as immoral; however there is no single word for them not conforming to values.
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Values and Ethics 3 Career success is coupled with the ability to fully integrate your values and beliefs in your daily work. Values govern the decisions about good and bad, right or wrong. In addition they inform us on which is less or more important and which is helpful when we choose to switch one
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This note was uploaded on 09/10/2009 for the course COMPUTER GEN200 taught by Professor Walterpatterson during the Summer '09 term at University of Phoenix.

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