Writing Assignment #1
Thinking Critically - 1.1 pp 10-12. Read Kohlberg's 6 stages of ethical reasoning.
Does Kohlberg's theory provide meaningful ethics information for a university student?
Kohlbergs framework offers us a clearer view into the process o
Discussion Board Post #2
Original Response: Would you classify their policies as ethical, altruistic,
strategic, or a combination of all three? Provide examples to support your
answer (via Athens State Library - suggest using "Business Source Premier".
Discussion Board Question #1
Respond with your thoughts and why you are for the behavior described in the
Review and reply to fellow classmates' postings and respond why you are against the
behavior described in the scenario above.
Discussion Board Post #3
Visit the Government Accountability Project (GAP) at www.whistleblower.org
What is the mission of GAP?
MISSION: Our mission is to ensure government and corporate accountability by advancing
occupational free spe
Video Assignment #1
1. Barbara Toffler argues that business ethics are worse than ever.
Do the unethical acts of Enron, Global Crossing, Tyco and WorldCom seem worse than
the junk bond activities of Ivan Boesky and Michael Milken?
The unethical behavior i
Exam #2 Study Guide (Chapters 4 6)
Corporate social responsibility (CSR): -also referred to as corporate citizenship or corporate
conscience may be defined as the actions of an organization that are targeted toward achieving a social
benefit over and abov
Video Assignment #2
1. Do the business practices demonstrated by Starbucks represent Corporate Social
Responsibility? Why or why not?
The business practices demonstrated by Starbucks represent Corporate Social Responsibility.
Starbucks has made attempts t
Video Assignment #4
1. Does the decision to automate jobs or outsource them represent an ethical business
practice? Why or why not?
In terms of economics, automating jobs means to become more efficient. Therefore,
corporations can become more efficient in
Exam #3 Study Guide (Chapters 7 10)
Whistle blower/whistle blowing: An employee who discovers corporate misconduct and chooses to
bring it to the attention of others, is referred to as a Whistle - Blower. [ Pg. 134]
External or internal whistle blower: On