Week 2 DQ 2 - I tend to agree with the relativism view...

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What are three factors that affect the planning process? Three factors that affect the planning process are analysis of internal opportunities and threats, analysis of external opportunities and threats, and establishment of mission, vision, and goals are three of many factors that affect the planning process. How do these factors affect the planning process? Establishing mission, vision, and goals are what start off the planning process but with out analyzing internal and external opportunities and threats it can be difficult. It’s important to weigh the variables of external and internal factors in order to make realistic goals, establish a mission, or even try to be visionary. What roles does organizational responsibility and ethics play in the planning process?
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Unformatted text preview: I tend to agree with the relativism view point when thinking about how ethics play into the planning process. Everyone has a different opinion and view point so ethics are relative to each personal perspective. There are general business ethics that are universal such as, no stealing or lying that require people to maintain a degree of responsibility, but when it comes to some other ethical decisions it tends to be relative. For example: if the company gives each person 2 weeks for sick leave on an annual basis, but you are only sick for 3 days one year, is it unethical to call in sick just so you can use the sick leave even when you are not really sick?...
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This note was uploaded on 06/26/2011 for the course MGT 330 taught by Professor P during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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