MARCH_24__BUSINESS_ETHICS_-_SEND_to_STUDENTS

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1 BUSINESS ETHICS A GLOBAL AND MANAGERIAL PERSPECTIVE ENTERPRISE (BUSINESS ORGANIZATION) - SOLE PROPRIETORSHIP - PARTNERSHIP - CORPORATION ETHICS - MORAL - AMORAL - IMMORAL
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2 BRIEF CONTENTS 1. BUSINESS ETHICS: A GLOBAL FRAMEWORK 2. THE IMPORTANCE OF ETHICS IN BUSINESS 3. MORAL STANDARDS 4. ETHICS AND DECISION MAKING 5. THE EMPIRICAL EVIDENCE 6. MAKING MORAL DECISIONS 7. ETHICS IN PRACTICE APPENDIX A: UNITED STATES BILL OF RIGHTS B: UNIVERSAL DECLARATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS 20 CASES
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3 BUSINESS ETHICS A GLOBAL FRAMEWORK 1. BRIBERY 2. COERCION 3. DECEPTION 4. THEFT 5. UNFAIR DISCRIMINATION
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4 THE IMPORTANCE OF ETHICS IN BUSINESS 1. TYLENOL+ CYANIDE RECALL (2) 2. INTEL FLAWED CHIPS REPLACEMENT 3. BEECH – NUT BOGUS APPLE JUICE 4. MANVILLE ASBESTOS ↓ & SACK & STOCKHOLDER ↓$
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5 MORAL STANDARDS NORMALLY GLOBAL NORMS > COMMUNITY NORMS > RIGHTS > JUSTICE > CONSEQUENTIALIST (UTILITARIANISM, LONG-RUN EGOISM)
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6 ETHICS AND DECISION MAKING PERSONAL TRAITS STAKEHOLDERS ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE
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7 THE EMPIRICAL EVIDENCE 11 INCLUSIONS EX: 1. THE MAJORITY OF MANAGERS - INSTRUMENTAL VALUES (BEHAVIOR) RESPONSIBLE, HONEST, AND CAPABLE - TERMINAL VALUES (GOALS) SELF – RESPECT, FAMILY, SECURITY, AND FREEDOM
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8 MAKING MORAL DECISIONS 1. ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE CULTURE ETHICAL BEHAVIOR 2. ETHICS TOOLS (THE MANAGER MUST POSSESS IT) TRAINING TOOLS TO EVALUATE THE ETHICAL DIMENSION OF A DECISION 3. MANAGERS - EFFECTIVE LEADERS - OUTSIDER’S PERSPECTIVE - INSIDER’S RESOURCES
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9 ETHICS IN PRACTICE ETHICAL COMPANIES - BOEING - HEWLETT – PARKARD THE ETHICS OF ACTIONS - BRIBERY - COERCION - DECEPTION - THEFT - UNFAIR DISCRIMINATION
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10 APPENDIX A UNITED STATES BILL OF RIGHTS B UNIVERSAL DECLARATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS * THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE UNITED NATIONS - 1948
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11 20 CASES - STAKEHOLDERS - ETHICAL NORMS VIOLATED - PREVENT
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12 DISCUSSION QUESTIONS
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13 CHAPTER 1 BUSINESS ETHICS A GLOBAL FRAMEWORK 1. BUSINESS THE COLLECTION OF PRIVATE, PROFIT – ORIENTED ORGANIZATIONS. 2. ETHICS A SET OF MORAL PRINCIPLES OR VALUES: GOOD, BAD, MORAL DUTY AND OBLIGATION. 3. BUSINESS ETHICS = (1) + (2) DAVID J. FRITZSCHE (CHAPTER 3) BUSINESS ETHICS IS THE PROCESS OF EVALUATING DECISIONS , EITHER PRE OR POST, WITH RESPECT TO THE MORAL STANDARDS OF THE SOCIETY’S CULTURE.
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14 BUSINESS ETHICS A GLOBAL FRAMEWORK 1. BRIBERY FRENCH FRIGATES SOLD TO TAIWAN DUMAS+3 $ +CONVICTED 2. COERCION TYLENOL TAMPERING RECALL ↓$ 3. DECEPTION SEARS AUTO REPAIR 4. THEFT GENERAL MOTORS VERSUS VOLKSWAGEN AG 5. UNFAIR DISCRIMINATION LAS VEGAS REVIEW - JOURNAL
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15 OVERLAP BETWEEN MORAL STANDARDS MORAL STANDARDS LEGAL REQUIREMENTS
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16 DISCUSSION QUESTIONS IN VIETNAM - MORAL (ETHICAL) - IMMORAL (UNETHICAL)
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