Exam3FC_6 - Consequentialism Deontological...

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Cultures Manager
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Cheerleader, coach, and manager of champions. Sticky; can’t tell them to people, but can teach them.
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Cognitive Complexity Strong Culture
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Affects attitudes and behaviors of people in the organization. People can boil down complex issues, drawing from previous experience.
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Ethnocentrism Parochialism
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Narrow view of things; believe everyone is like you (i.e. “our American way is the only way”). People are different, but we’re better.
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Cognitive Complexity Parochialism; Ethnocentrism
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____ believes everyone is like me while ____ believes everyone should be like me. Ability to boil down complex environments; skill that comes with experience.
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Multidomestic Corporations Invisible Hand
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Economic principles resolve themselves. Multinational corporations that allow businesses they own in another country to be run by nationals (polycentric view).
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Unformatted text preview: Consequentialism Deontological Principle-oriented; theres right and wrong; moral imperatives, regardless of the situation. Outcome-oriented; ends justify the means; no harm, no foul. Rational Actor Tipping Point Go from deontological to consequential; normally would live by principles unless theres an extreme situation. Utility maximization; gets most goods at the least price and highest quality. Intuition Heuristics Any simplified ways to make a decision. Have a feeling; take years to build. Operational Goals Satisficing Look for a solution until you find one that works. Small goals that add up to the strategic plan. Moral Compass Moral Worthiness The task is not worthy of you (i.e. college grad not a janitor). Everyone has a sense of right and wrong, but have different true norths....
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