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Unformatted text preview: To whom are you ultimately loyal, and to whom, at intermediate steps, are you loyal? Who gets hurt? Who benefits? You may have competing loyalties to yourself, your family and friends, your boss, your company or firm, your professional colleagues, your audience, your news sources, and to society at large. Source: Jay Black, University of South Florida Doing Ethics Ask - then answer - good questions 1. Why am I concerned about making this decision? 2. Are there some rules or guidelines I should be following? 3. Do other people see the dilemma the same way I do? How legitimate are the claims of the various stakeholders? 4. What values, loyalties, and principles seem to be in conflict here? 5. What are the possible consequences of my actions? In the short term? In the long term? 6. Can I clearly and fully justify my thinking and my decision? To my colleagues? To the stakeholders? To the public? Source: Jay Black, University of South Florida...
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This note was uploaded on 01/18/2012 for the course JOMC 141 taught by Professor Loisboynton during the Spring '11 term at UNC.
- Spring '11