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Unformatted text preview: Thinking of myself first, my decision was not balanced. If I was the boss and relied on others to complete tasks in an efficient and proper manner, I would want it done correctly. “Do not do unto others as you would not have them do unto you” (Nickels, McHugh, and McHugh) is a good thing to remember when making choices and or decisions. Make actions did not make me feel nervous and or ashamed of myself at the time, but after the fact I do feel ashamed. An alternative for me would have been to complete the inventory thoroughly, which would of kept me out of trouble. Had I asked myself the ethical dilemma questions I would have done things differently for many reasons. Knowing the ethical dilemma questions now, I will ask myself these questions on a regular basis as part of my decision making process. Works Cited Nickels, McHugh, and McHugh. Understanding Business 7e. The McGraw-Hill Companies, 2004...
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- Spring '08
- Decision Making, Decision making software, McHugh