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Unformatted text preview: different customers, clients, colleagues, or employees; however, ethics may be a bit more situational based. For example, in some cultures patents and copyrights are ignored and there is not ethical dilemma. Pirating software, DVDs, CDs, etc. is morally reprehensible to me, but the ethics vary depending on the culture. If I was operating in a culture that approved of pirating, I would attempt to maintain my integrity but also adhere to the ethical mores of the culture within which I am currently operatingIf possible. References Martynov, A. (2009). Agents or stewards? Linking managerial behavior and moral development. Journal of Business Ethics, 90(2), 239249. Molinsky, A. (2009). A situational approach for assessing and teaching acculturation. Journal of Management Education, 20 (10), 122. SanFacon, G., & Spears, L. (2010). Servant-leaders. Leadership Excellence, 27(2), 17....
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