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________ cultures value hard work and promote entrepreneurial risk taking.
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Cultures isolated by topographical barriers are characterized by slower cultural change. Logix Manufacturing is a U.S. firm with a factory in Mexico City. Local leaders in Mexico City ask Logix managers to make contributions to a youth sports organization. Logix provides the league with new equipment and uniforms. Which stance towards social responsibility does Logix most likely have? Ethics is an organizational concept, not an individual one. A company with an defensive stance to social responsibility will do everything that is required of it legallybut nothing more. Companies can manage social responsibility using formal and informal tools. The Anglo-Saxon approach focuses on cooperation between the state, the market, and civil society. Three managers of The Mackenzie Group have flown to China to meet a possible business partner. The three managers cannot agree about whether they should give a gift to the potential partner. Jaime, an American manager, believes that gift-giving is an ethical violation. Eun Hee, a South Korean manager, andHiroko Shida, a Japanese manager, make the claim that it would be appropriate to give a gift. Which of the following statements does this scenario most likely illustrate? Which regulation prohibits the offering of bribes to any foreign government official in order to influence official actions or policies of that official or to gain or retain business? Sometimes NGOs or other groups set up businesses with a goal to protect an endangered species' wildlife habitat. They generate revenue by having guests travel to the location, give them food, lodging and organize special tours for the guests to view animals such as bears, gorillas, zebras and lions in their natural habitat. The revenues generated are then used to further help protect the animals and their natural habitat. This is called ____________________
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