Yes the manufacturers should have made the decision to do the tamper proof

Yes the manufacturers should have made the decision

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same as good financial or marketing choices. Yes, the manufacturers should have made the decision to do the tamper-proof packaging on their own. However, they followed the prisoners’ dilemma notion: you are always better off doing nothing. The quick appearance of the new design and product indicates that the new design was already in the works but there was a fear of making the change voluntarily despite being aware of the risk, however small that risk might be. Research does show that when a company is doing well is precisely when it will slip because it is difficult to step down from the pedestal once you have been up there for so long and Tylenol had a decades-long run as the industry model. The company simply lost site of the importance of that brand and how it had been able to use that for decades. Now competitors have moved in to take advantage of the situation because parents are nervous and concerned. The decision to handle the quality control issues as they did was short-sighted. The analysis they did was made under pressure and did not walk through all of the potential consequences. As of this date, one officer has resigned and the criminal investigation continues. Remind the students that we are not asking them to worry about ethics so that they can feel warm and soft and cuddly. We are asking them to worry about ethics because there are serious business consequences when ethics is not part of the decision process.
Cardinal Health, CVS and Oxycodone Sales Because the companies are responsible for the actions of their agents, subsidiaries and employees. These are all rationalizations that help employees avoid the concerns they may feel as they witness the distribution of the drugs. They also see some self-preservation – their bonuses are tied to how much they sell. They should have emphasized the need to speak up and call and let someone know. In addition, they should have looked at their compensation systems and determine whether those incentives were clouding judgment and interfering with proper conduct. Frozen Coke and Burger King Wells Fargo and Selling Accounts

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