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MGT/216 Organizational Ethics and Social Responsibility Ethics Game Simulation Worksheet Student Name: Adolfo Tejeda Facilitator: Pamela Harris Complete the interactive Ethics Game simulation, located on the course page on the University of Phoenix Student Web site for Week Three. You will only be able to go through the simulation only one time, so please use this worksheet to take notes. The simulation will use the following decision model with the indicated critical decision points. You will want to take notes about your decisions and/or make a copy of the screen when you complete the work to assure that you have the information needed to write your reflection at the end of the simulation. Case One: The Case of Fair Warning Step 1: Be Attentive What is the issue? Screen 4 Your notes: the samples sent to the lab where contaminated and a delay was present. (question that needs addressing is whether to address the issues with the public) Step 2 Be Intelligent Who are the stakeholders? Screen 6 Your notes: The Shareholders Carson Nelson, Chief Executive Officer Adolfo Tejeda, Quality Control Manager Elaine Shields, Operations Director Consumers of G-BioSport products Step 3a: Be Reasonable Rights/Responsibility Lens -Identify duties Which option best fulfills the requirements of this lens? Screens 8-10 Your notes: Duty to ensure that ingredient labels provide accurate and meaningful information. ( (Correct) Labels that are inaccurate or do not disclose meaningful product information do not satisfy the duty of truthfulness, also known as the duty of fidelity.) Duty to refund or replace defective product ( (Correct) The duty of reparation, or righting wrongs, is common to all. If the company sells a defective product, it has inconvenienced consumers or worse and has a responsibility to either provide consumers with the product they paid for or to refund their purchase price.) Duty to warn consumers of known potential dangers.( (Correct) Both the duty of truth-telling and the duty of non-maleficence are reflected in this statement. Whenever a company is aware of a danger, they have an obligation to tell the truth about the danger as well as a duty not to harm others. Step 3b: Be Reasonable Results Lens -Determine impact on stakeholders -Determine values of stakeholders -Determine criteria for happiness Which option best fulfills the requirements of this lens? Screens 12-17 Page 1 mgt216r4
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MGT/216 Organizational Ethics and Social Responsibility Your notes: Just to review . . . we've determined that you have the following duties owed your stakeholders in this problem: Duty to ensure that ingredient labels provide accurate and meaningful information. Duty to refund or replace defective product.
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