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Ch04 fall10 - 04/15/11 8 Six Moral Rights as applied to the...

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04/15/11 1 This Week’s Team Building Tips Is there a “healthy” level of conflict in your team? Do you have a test taking strategy… all study all or assign certain chapters to some or something else?
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Chapter 4: Chapter 4: Ethics and Social Ethics and Social Responsibility Responsibility 0
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04/15/11 3 Ethics The code of moral principles and values that govern the behaviors of a person or group with respect to what is right or wrong. 0
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04/15/11 4 Three Domains of Human Action Amount of Explicit Control High Low Domain of Codified Law (Legal Standard) Domain of Ethics (Social Standard) Domain of Free Choice (Personal Standard) Exhibit 5.1 0 Ethics lies between these domains.
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04/15/11 5 Ethical Dilemma Right and wrong cannot be clearly identified All choices or alternatives are undesirable 0
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04/15/11 6 Criteria For Ethical Decision Making vs. Managers benefit from a normative strategy to guide their decision making Norms and values 0
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04/15/11 7 Normative Decision Making Approaches 0 Utilitarian Approach Individualism Approach Moral-Rights Approach Justice Approach
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Unformatted text preview: 04/15/11 8 Six Moral Rights as applied to the workplace 1. The right of free consent 2. The right to privacy 3. The right of freedom of conscience 4. The right of free speech 5. The right to due process 6. The right to life and safety 04/15/11 9 Normative Decision Making Approaches Utilitarian Approach Individualism Approach Moral-Rights Approach Justice Approach 04/15/11 10 Factors Affecting Ethical Choices The The Manager Manager The The Organization Organization 04/15/11 11 Evaluating Corporate Social Responsibility Exhibit 4.7 04/15/11 12 Code of Ethics A formal statement of the organizations values regarding ethics and social issues. 04/15/11 13 Creating a code of Ethics Create a code of guidelines/rules Publish & communicate the Code Gain commitement from top Mgt. Create a formal Ethics Committee Chief Ethics Officer Ethics Training Whistle-blowing has become an encouraged strategy Enforce the Code...
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