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MGT 216 Week 3 Team Case Study Presentation

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Presents by: Team Members Name University of Phoenix Professor: MGT 216
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Presentation Outline Introduction Define the problem What would we do differently? External Social Pressures The period eye Conclusion References
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Ford did not upgrade the integrity of their Pinto’s Fuel system until 1978 due to the cost benefit analysis. Was this a ethical action?
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Should human injuries or deaths be left risk for the overall benefit of a company. Well Ford took that risk based on a benefit analysis. The Problem?
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Sexual Harassment Training What Would We Do Differently? Accurate measures in Cost-Benefit Analysis Would not have let the limit of 2,000 prevent the reporting of the issue. Updated equipment for 1972 model line. Notified consumers of the risk Let them make an educated decision.
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Sexual Harassment Training The Period Eye Versus Today Decisions Made 1971 Lack of ethical/moral responsibility Refusal to spend additional $1.00 in production costs
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