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Unformatted text preview: Ethics: whats the fuss? Types of managerial ethics Immoral management Lacks ethical principles, concern for profit only. Amoral management Ignores or oblivious to ethical issues. Moral management Conscious attention to ethical standards and issues. 1 Ethics: whats the fuss? When evaluating ones goals and objectives, a vital question must be asked: What is your highest aspiration? A. Wealth B. Fame C. Knowledge D. Popularity E. Integrity Why talk about ethics? Why talk about ethics? In the aftermath of major corporate failures and questionable accounting practices, American Accounting Association President G. Peter Wilson said that in the classroom, educators need to increasingly emphasize the value of integrity, what has long been a mainstay of accountants reputation Can ethics be taught? Teddy Roosevelt said, To educate a...
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