Apr 22 - Ethics Spring 2008

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Administrative Ethics
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Outline Morals versus Ethics An Example:  APSA Code of Ethics Ethics in Management Henry on Ethics Ethical Dilemmas
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Morals versus Ethics Morals:  refers to culturally based standards  of what is good and right, just and fair. Ethics:  described as sphere of knowledge  concerned with what is right and good, just  and fair.
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ASPA Code of Ethics http://www.aspanet.org/ethics/coe.html To serve the  public  interest Respect the  Constitution and the  law Demonstrate Personal  Integrity Promote Ethical  Organizations Strive for  Professional  Excellence
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Ethics in Management Fiduciary Relationship (Definition) Exists whenever  confidence  on one side results in  superiority and influence on the other, and its  presence raises duties of loyalty and  responsibility. 
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Ethics in Management What does that mean in practice? Duty of Loyalty 
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