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1 Personal and Organizational Ethics Revised by Dr. Mayer, MKT351 Cleveland State University Chapter 8 0
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2 Chapter 8 Outline I. Levels at Which Ethics May Be Addressed II. Principles for Making Ethical Choices III. Factors Affecting Morality of Managers IV. Managing Organizational Ethics—Best Practices 0
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3 I. Levels at Which Ethical Issues May Be Addressed Personal Level Situations faced in our personal lives outside the work context. “Should I download music from the internet?” Organizational Level Workplace situations faced as managers and employees. “Should I take a ream of paper home to use in my printer?” 0 Your greatest ethical impact as a manager occurs at these two levels.
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4 Levels at Which Ethical Issues May Be Addressed Societal and Global Levels Local-to-global situations confronted indirectly as a management team. “Should we outsource production jobs to India to save money?” Industry Level Situations where a manager or organization might influence business ethics at the industry level. “Should telemarketers in our industry make calls during the dinner hour?” 0
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5 II. Personal and Managerial Ethics Conventional approach (covered in Ch. 7) Principles/rules approach Ethical tests approach Resolving Resolving Ethical Ethical Conflicts Conflicts 0
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6 Types of Ethical Principles Teleological Theories Focus on the consequences or results of the actions they produce (utilitarianism, for example) D eontological Theories Focus on d uties (rights and justice, for example) Aretaic Theories Focus on virtue and character 0
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7 Principles (Normative) Approach to Ethics Major Principles of Ethics Kant’s categorical imperative Utilitarianism Rights Justice Care Virtue ethics Servant leadership Golden Rule 0 The Big Three
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8 Kant’s Categorical Imperative Kant’s Categorical Imperative is a duty-based principle of ethics. A sense of duty arises from reason or rational nature. Formulations
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