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Unformatted text preview: l'i E ' l'i'i Homepage > Quiuea > Scores > View Results Queslion 1 {1 point) Whistleblowers, unfortunately, face this consequence as a fault of their actions: Student 'fipw‘se‘ Correcl Slildent Answer Choica Response Response they are never successful in getting changes made they are subjected to naraement, but rcrtunatelv, the law adequately protecls them they are never listened to by the media ) D d. their careers are at risk your e. actually, there are no negative consequences Qufilion 2 (1 point) Ethical behavior in an organization is influenced by: Emma“ 'EWME‘ Con-ed Sludenl Answer choica Raponse Rfipunse a. the individual characters of the employea b. the behaviors of managers and peers c. government laws and regulations d. societal norms arid values p D e. actually, all of the above are important influence; Qualion 3 (1 point) Ethics codes are helpful, but they are only as good as the: Student resibcmsa1 Con-ed studenl Answer chokes Rfipunse Rfipnnse } D hurrian raource foundations of the organization laws on which they are based enforcement mechanisms that catch violators media am allowed in order to expose violations (ED—firm severity of the penaltla leVied ori Violators Queslion 4 (1 point) The time of greata‘t peril for managers in terms of pressure to Violate their personal ethics standards is: Student raponse: Can-ed stujenl Answer choices Response Response F L61 ' F Homepage > Quiuea > Scores > View Results Qflfilion I (1 point) ‘ n m I The time of greatest peril for managers in terms of preseure to violate their personal ethics standards is: ‘ Fl" ' Emma“ 'EWME‘ Con-ed Sludenl Ans-er choica ‘ Raponse Raponse [I n t t a early in their careers ‘ b. midaway through their careers 1 my c near the end of their careers oi nt d there is always the same pressure e. they never feel such pressure Queslion 5 (1 point) All of the followmg are true of ethics training except: smug“ ram“? Con-ed student Answer choices Raponse Raponse a it can help people understand arid deal with ethical dilemmas ) ) b. it accurater reflecis thle prewure faced in "realalire" situatiuns c. it can not provide "SUFE'flrE" answers to all dilemmas d. it won't work for everyone e. it can‘t guarantee ethical behaVior Queslion s (1 point) The case against CSR includa all of the Following except: 3W3“ ram“? Con-ed Studenl Answer choices Response Response a. it reduces business profits in. it craatfi higher husinms experism c. it dilutes business purpose ) b d. it gives too little social power in return a. it Elna? not enhance shareholder Value Qualion 7 {1 point) It is getting more difficult for firms to behave irresponsibly due to the efforts of: Student response: Cuffed Elude". Am. cmica Response Rfipnnse a. media scrutiny p. activist groups Homepage > Quiues > Scores > View ResuiLs Question 7 (1 point) It is getting more difficult for firms to behave irraponsibly due to the efforts of: Stud ent raponse: Question 3 Correct Rfipnnse (1 point) student Rfipnnse Answer Choicfi a. media scrutiny b. activist groups c. government regulators d. large block investors e. actually, all of the above serve to check unethical behavior One of the business reasons given to Justify CSR was: Student raponse: Qualion 9 Correct Response Slll‘lenl Response D D Answer Chnkfi it reduces long-run profits, redimributing wealth it improves the public image tithe firm it supports government regulation it taps scarce businem I-IUIGE 99-??? it helps society, even though there is no ethical obligation to do so {1 point) If your organization is endeavoring to do the minimum "legally“ required, you are following which social responsibility strategy? Student response: Quation 10 Concern for new to Student response: CDrI'eCI Response D (1 point) Shl‘lelll Respnnse rrns of reguiation would be addressed by paying attention to this element of the external environment: Answer Chnicfi D a defensive strategy an obstructionist strategy an accommodation strategy a proactive strategy EDD-PUD] a discretionary strategy Correct Rfipnnse student Artstler choica Rfipnnse a. the economic 7 b. the sociocultural v: Question 3 (1 point) c. government regulators . large block investors e. actually, all of the above serve to check unethical behavior One of the business reasons given to Justify CSR was: Student raponse Qualion 9 Correct Response Slll‘lenl D D {1 point) Response Answer Chnkfi it reduces long-run profits, redimributing wealth it improves the public image tithe firm it supports government regulation it taps scarce businem I-IUIGE 99-??? it helps society, even though there is no ethical obligation to do so If your organization is endeavoring to do the minimum "legally“ required, you are following which social responsibility strategy? Student response Quation 10 Student response: CDrI'eCI Response D Shl‘lelll Respnnse Answer Chnicfi D a defensive strategy an obstructionist strategy an accommodation strategy a proactive strategy EDD-PUD] a discretionary strategy (1 point) Concern for new to rrns of reguiation would be addressed by paying attention to this element of the external environment: Correct Rfipnnse Sltlt‘lenl Artstler (Shaka Rfipunse a. the economic b. the sociocultural D c. the legalrpolltical the technological the natu ral environmental Total Score: 10 I 10 = 100.0% ...
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