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[ ] Non consequentialist • Right or wrong are determine by consequence of action • Other factors are relevant to moral assessment NORMARIVE THEORIES OF ETHICS [ ] Egoism • Exeecssive preoccupation of ones own well being and interest • Self interest is just and proper motive • Exag belief in one own important • Not sound theory, not moral theory, ignores blatantly wrong [ ] Utilitarianism • Moral doctrine that we should always to produce greatest possible balnce good or bad • Understand happiness and pleasure PLEASURE- intrinsically good and worthwhile • Maintain proper prin of right or wrong that would maximize happiness [ ] Kants • Moral principle does not rest on contingencies • Actions are inherently right or wrong • Moral rules are rezult of reason alone and not based on observation ETHICAL RELATIVISM • Theory of what iis right is determine by what culture and society says right ETHICAL CONVENTIONALISM • Moral values are relative and reducible to conventions of society • Customs, laws, belief or ideology of those having power FACTORS AFFECTING ETHICAL BEHAVIOR(OIL) [ ] Org factors [ ] Indvidual factors [ ] Legal interpretation CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY • Or Corporate responsibility, Corporate Citizenship, Responsible Business, Sustainable Business • Common use in 1960 to 70 • Responsibility for impact of org activities on customers, employees, SH, communities abd environment. • Expectation to indv or business to do your best to improve overall welfare of society • How company manage bus. Process to produce overall positive impact to society • Obligation for firm to pursue long term goals that are good to for society • Contribute to economic devt while improvibg quality of life of the workforce and their fam as well as communitt and society at large STRATEGY • Method or plan choseb to bring about desired future
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CORPORATE • Corporatus-latin means to form into a body • B
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