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values will not change so much, especially with the lack of knowledge that I had before and the wealth of knowledge that I have now. If I had a weak foundation, I could say that the article has helped give me the tools I needed to begin building that foundation. I also feel that if my answerschanged dramatically, I would have had just that. Because I still feel firm in my beliefs about the world and how we interact in it, I am understanding life in my own way. ReferencesHollander-Blumoff, R. (2017). Fairness beyond the adversary system: Procedural justice norms for legal negotiation. Fordham Law Review, 85(5), 2081.Krapfl, J. E. (2016). Behaviorism and society. The Behavior Analyst, 39(1), 123-129. doi:10.1007/s40614-016-0063-8.
PERSONAL WORLDVIEW & BUSINESS ETHICS10Sainani, K. L. (2015). Objective beauty. Nature, 526(7572), S16.Xi, J., Lee, M., LeSuer, W., Barr, P., Newton, K., & Poloma, M. (2017). Altruism and existential well-being. Applied Research in Quality of Life, 12(1), 67-88. doi:10.1007/s11482-016-9453-z.Business Ethical PracticesBusinesses in this day and age are focused on a few key ideas. They want to maximize profit and build a reputation. Both of these can be accomplished with a good foundation of good ethical practices. Ethical Practices #1: It is key for businesses and people engaged with a business to be fair and just. They will never take advantage of a person in hardship or for personal gain. It is about being
PERSONAL WORLDVIEW & BUSINESS ETHICS11open minded and courteous. The search for justice in a Christian worldview is vital for followership. It considers a genuine concern for others and equally treating others with respect and dignity. Businesses follow laws set forth by those in power as bounderies of justice. Ethical Practices #2: It is especially important that every part of a business including the people and practices be honest and have intergrity. Without these entities, a business would sink and anyform of teamwork would diminish. Managers have to have a moral code in which to lay the foundation of success (Mayanja, & Perks, 2017). Employees then must have the integrity to follow this code. If the design is flawed, it is up to the leadership to fix, but ultimately the team has to come together and be there for each other. Utimately it is up to the business whether or not they want to lay out a good foundation for their workplace. If they bring honor, intergrity, justice, and fairness into account, the foundation of their business will see success. A worldview approach to the workplace could prove beneficial and the retention of a moral code could increase moral and profit. When businesses practice ethics and develop values and missions, they set the standard for all employees to follow.
PERSONAL WORLDVIEW & BUSINESS ETHICS12ReferencesMayanja, J., & Perks, S. (2017). Business practices influencing ethical conduct of small and medium-sized enterprises in uganda. African Journal of Business Ethics, 11(1) doi:10.15249/11-1-130.