MANAGING FOR EFFECTIVE AND ETHICAL ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR Essay 6

MANAGING FOR EFFECTIVE AND ETHICAL ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR Essay 6

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In order to ethically analyze this model, I will use the Blanchard and Peale Model. Sometimes, managers have to analyze the problem and they are not sure how to do it. They need to consider the ethical dilemmas and they need a good tool to do it. Surely, Blanchard and Peale can help prepare a good ethical analysis. This will also help me come to a conclusion. “This model uses 3 questions to resolve ethical dilemmas. “Because of the complexity of ethical dilemmas, "corporations are rushing to adopt codes of ethics. Business schools are scrambling to add ethics courses. And hundreds of consultants are being hired to put 'integrity' into corporate cultures" (Byrne 1988, p. 56). Vocational and career development personnel are recognizing the need to prepare students with higher order decision- making and problem-solving skills that will facilitate negotiation and conflict resolution in the workplace.”Suppose, that we don’t have any other means to resolve unethical problem, so the idea of this model is to ask several questions, so managers can come to a conclusion and decide if their way of thinking is good or not. According to Jennings, there are 3 questions that have to be answered. 1) Is it legal? 2) Is it balanced? 3) How does it make me feel? To start with the ethical analysis of the problem, let’s consider facts. The CFO knows that his son is cheating and the CFO doesn’t want to do anything to change it. Is it legal? In order to answer this question let’s consider all facts and aspects that we know. In our case, the assistant named Margery has tried to talk to the Chief Financial Officer, but her intervention didn’t change anything. By doing so, she found that her boss, the CFO is also a man whose behavior is unethical. “A winking tolerance of others’ unethical behavior is in itself unethical. Now, there are two people in
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