ethics case study

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Raymond White IT407 Ethics Case Study Step 1: Facts During the beginning of the quarter when our group was deciding on what product to make, I feel that a few members “took over” and decided for the group what product we were going to make. Half of the group expressed deep concerns with working on the didgeridoos as a group project. Even after several group consensuses that it was not the right project for our group, a few group members started making websites and advertisements, basically sealing the deal even though half of the group was staunchly against it. Step 2: Consequences of this Ethical Issue The consequences of choosing a project that half of the group does not want to do is that animosity can form within the group. The half that does not want to do the project will never fully respect those who blatantly disregarded their business judgment and ability to decide where and how our money is spent. Because the project involves putting up a significant amount of money before seeing any return, if any, each group member should feel comfortable with the
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This note was uploaded on 01/18/2011 for the course POLS 325 taught by Professor Zhang during the Spring '10 term at Cal Poly.

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