Aacsb ethics blooms apply difficulty 2 medium

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AACSB: Ethics Blooms: Apply Difficulty: 2 Medium Learning Objective: 03-03 Identify the four steps in ethical decision making. Topic: A Framework for Ethical Decision Making 55. (p. 58-59) Darwin's company is facing a difficult ethical issue. The firm has identified the various stakeholders and their issues and gathered the available data. Everyone with an interest in the issue has engaged in brainstorming and evaluation of alternatives. Management reviewed and refined the alternatives. It should now choose the course of action that: A. maximize s profits. B. creates the least possible publicity. C. involves the fewest employees. D. minimizes costs. E. seems best after weighing the concerns of all stakehold The purpose of the earlier stages of the process is to identify stakeholders' issues and generate possible solutions. The final stage is to weigh this information and select the alternative that does the best job of addressing the issues. AACSB: Ethics Blooms: Understand Difficulty: 2 Medium Learning Objective: 03-03 Identify the four steps in ethical decision making. Topic: A Framework for Ethical Decision Making 56. (p. 58-59) Rock-Bend Company is considering buying out a competing firm and closing most of the competitor's factories. The firm has identified the various stakeholders and their issues and gathered the available data. Everyone with an interest in the issue has engaged in brainstorming and evaluation of alternatives. Management reviewed and refined the alternatives, and then chose a course of action. If the managers are not confident about the decision, they should:
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Perhaps the chosen course of action is not truly the best choice. By reexamining the alternatives, the firm may find a better choice. AACSB: Ethics Blooms: Understand Difficulty: 3 Hard Learning Objective: 03-03 Identify the four steps in ethical decision making. Topic: A Framework for Ethical Decision Making 57. (p. 59) Which of the following is NOT one of the questions typically asked in Ethical Decision-Making Metric I? A. Can we live with this decision alternative? B. Have we thought broadly about any and all ethical issue C. Does this decision respect the rights, dignity, and profits D. Does this decision uphold relevant conventional moral v E. Does this decision produce the most good and the leas Stockholders are different from stakeholders-- stakeholders are those who will be impacted by the decision. Stockholders may in some cases be among the stakeholders for a decision. AACSB: Ethics Blooms: Understand Difficulty: 3 Hard Learning Objective: 03-03 Identify the four steps in ethical decision making.
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