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Business 303 Managing Ethics Professor von Nordenflycht Spring 2010 Session 7
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- 2 - Agenda In-the-News (~10m) Feedback Review (~10m) Discuss: “Sanlu” (~50m) break (15m) Video (~10m) Lecture: Managing Ethics (~45m) Team Project Comments (~15m)
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Case Discussion - placeholder - 3 -
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Session 7: Managing Ethics - 4 -
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How to avoid ethical crises in your firm? What factors can foster unethical behavior? What processes and practices can reduce unethical behavior? - 5 -
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What factors can promote unethical behavior? Low stages of moral development Social forces Authority Distancing from responsibility Tunnel vision Rationalization External Pressure Lack of Communication - 6 -
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Kohlberg’s Stages of Moral Development Level Stage Label 1 – Pre-conventional “Self-centered” Stage 1 Stage 2 Individual Instrumental Purpose & Exchange (whew!) 2 – Conventional “Social-centered” Stage 3 Mutual interpersonal expectations, Stage 4 3 – Post-conventional “Ethics-centered” Stage 5 Prior Rights, Social Contract or Utility Stage 6 Universal Ethical Principles - 7 -
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Level Stage 1 – Pre- conventional “Self-centered” 1 - Punishment 2 - Instrumental 2 – Conventional “Social-centered” 3 - Interpersonal 3 – Post- conventional “Ethics-centered” 5 – Social Contract 6 - Universal - 8 - increasing levels of: - taking others into account - internalizing social standards
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This note was uploaded on 03/15/2012 for the course BUS 303 taught by Professor Brown during the Spring '11 term at Simon Fraser.

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