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Learning Guide Unit 1Reading AssignmentBusiness Ethics (2012). This book is licensed under a Creative Commonsby-nc-sa 3.0license. Retrieved from: -ethics/index.htmloChapter 1 - What is Business Ethics(PDF)(2015, Aug 1). A Framework for Ethical Decision Making. Markkula Center for Applied Ethics. Santa Clara University. Retrieved from: -resources/ethical-decision-making/a-framework-for-ethical-decision-making/Paine, L. S. (1994). Managing for Organizational Integrity.Harvard Business Review. Retrieved from:Taylor, A. J. (N.D.). Ethics and Compliance Based Leadership Models: Essential to Compliance, and Performance.ACAMS. Retrieved from: -white-paper-ethics-and-culture-of-compliance/Discussion AssignmentIn the discussion forum, you are expected to participate often and engage in deep levels of discourse. Please post your initial response as early as possible and continue to participate throughout the unit. You are required to post an initial response to the question/issue presented inthe Forum and then respond to at least 3 of your classmates’ initial posts. You should also respond to anyone who has responded to you.Using the readings for this unit as a guide, discuss what you see as the role of ethics as it pertains to management and managers. Does management, in your view, help shape the values and ethics of an organization? Is employee behavior, ethical or not, a by-product of the organization's ethical climate? What ideally is the manager's role in helping to create and maintain organizational integrity?Using your professional experience as a backdrop, provide examples of managers who have demonstrated ethical behavior (or not) and discuss how this affected the organization, the employees, etc. Written Assignment
Consider the readings for this unit and do some of your own research to address the following:One of the constant dilemmas being faced by organizations is dealing with employees' Conflicts of Interest. Some Conflicts of Interest (COI) are severe enough to require laws to deal with them, others are dealt with internally through organizational policies. COIs fall into certain categories including, financial, relational, and competitive/confidentiality and others depending on the nature of the organization. Examples of COIs in the workplace:Rowan, K. (214, Apr 15). Conflict of Interest Examples: Avoiding Lawsuits in the Workplace. Udemy blog. Retrieved from: -examples/For this paper:Pick an organization (public or private) and then choose a particular type of COI that is associated with this type of organization. Locate and describe any laws that are designed to discourage or prevent this type of COI in your country. If there are no laws particular to the type of COI you chose, discuss whythis is the case.