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Unformatted text preview: thinking through ethical problems o mangers must be able to think through the ethical implications of strategic decisions in a systematic (4 steps) evaluating a proposed strategic decisions from an ethical standpoint, mangers must identify which stakeholders the decision will effect and in what ways need to determine whether the proposed decision would violate the rights of any stakeholders o rights: the fundamental entitlements of a stakeholder judging the ethics of the proposed strategic decision, given the information gained in step 1 should be guided by various moral principles that should not be violated should also be guided by the decision rule that is chosen to assess the proposed strategic decision establishing moral intent they company must resolve to place moral concerns ahead of other concerns in cases in which either the rights of stakeholders or key moral principles have been violated engage in ethical behavior...
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- Fall '09
- Business Ethics