Erickson-Learning Journal 1-feb10

Erickson-Learning Journal 1-feb10 - A pril Erickson Systems...

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April Erickson February 7, 2010 Learning Journal #1 When reading through the assigned for Monday’s class, there were a few items that jumped out at me. The first being that although businesses may be more efficient, there is little evidence that it has made them more ethical. I think this is important because in light of everything, I really think companies should be striving to be more transparent. I also think though that in doing that they need to take a look at their employees as well as their business operations. Organizations could have certain policies or procedures in place, but employees may “work” the system or just simply not abide by them in order to make a sale. I think this could be happening more when there is operations on a global scale (which is an increasingly growing number). The reason I think it could occur more on a global scale is because some countries expect gifts and bribes and other special favors that aren’t necessarily fair or right. The next point was how organizations are on the wrong side of the curve, that the
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This note was uploaded on 05/22/2010 for the course SCI 123 taught by Professor Smith during the Spring '10 term at Kirkwood Community College.

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