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Group presentation Tests 1a. Identifying, anticipating and solving problems The ability to problem solve, ranging from simple to important, complex and unpredictable problems and to apply this information appropriately. Group presentation Critical Report Learning Reflection 1b. Accessing, evaluating and analysing information. The ability to engage with and analyse a range of verbal and written texts in appropriate work, community and learning contexts. Themed essay Group discussions/ presentation 1d. Using effective interpersonal skills The ability to work with minimum supervision and the ability to collaborate with others to influence personal, work and community networks in local and global context. Group presentation Critical Report 3. Responsible and ethical citizens The ability to work inclusively in settings of social and cultural diversity and to act responsibly and apply inter-cultural understanding to contribute to their local and global communities. Group presentation Tests 3b. Developing capacities required to contribute to a more equitable and sustainable world, including courage and resilience. The ability to apply knowledge and skills to engage with work and learning opportunities that contribute to a more equitable and sustainable environment. Group presentation Learning Reflection 3d.Understanding the intricacies of balancing individual and public good. The ability to apply understanding of individual and public good as relevant to local and global communities. Critical Report Group presentation Relationship to professional accreditation requirements Not applicable Prescribed Text Shaw, W.H. and Barry, V., 2015. Moral issues in business . Cengage Learning, Australia Highly Recommended Text Jennings, M. M. ((2015), Business Ethics – Case Studies and Selected Readings Eighth Edition, Cengage Learning, Stamford, USA. Shaw, W.H, Barry, V, Issa, T., and Catley, B. (2013), Moral Issues in Business, 2 nd Asia Pacific Edition, Cengage Learning, Victoria, Australia. Required readings Banerjee, S. B. (2008). Corporate Social Responsibility: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly. Critical Sociology, 34 (1), 51-79. Barrientos, S. and S. Smith (2007). "Do Workers Benefit from Ethical Trade? Assessing the codes of labour practice in global production systems." Third World Quarterly 28 (4): 713-729. Carroll, A. B. (2004). Managing ethically with global stakeholders: A present and future challenge. Academy of Management Executive, 19 (2), 114-120. Business Ethics unit study guide Page | 6
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Crane, A., & Matten, D. (2007). Evaluating Business Ethics: Normative Ethical Theories. In A. Crane & D. Matten (Eds.), Business Ethics (pp. 86-115). New York: Oxford University Press. Delaney, A., M. Montesano and R. Burchielli (2013). "Regulatory challenges in the Australian garment industry: human rights in a post-Ruggie environment." Labour and Industry 23 (1): 69-88.
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