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Ethical Decision-making in Business
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CHARACTERISTICS OF INDIVIDUALS Cognitive Biases Individual Differences CHARACTERISTICS OF ORGANIZATIONS Group and Organizational Pressures Organizational Culture MORAL AWARENESS ETHICAL JUDGMENT ETHICAL BEHAVIOR Process of Individual Ethical Decision-Making Behavior Ethical decision-making process
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Moral awareness More likely to recognize moral issue when Peers consider it morally problematic Moral language is used when problem is  presented Decision could cause serious harm to  others
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Sound ethical decision-making 1. Gather the facts 2. Define the ethical issues 3. Identify the affected parties 4. Identify the consequences 5. Identify the obligations 6. Consider your character and integrity 7. Think creatively about potential actions 8. Check your gut
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1. Who shapes your ethical decisions? 2. The Pygmalion effect
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This note was uploaded on 01/23/2012 for the course BUSINESS IDS301 taught by Professor O'byrne during the Spring '09 term at San Diego State.

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