Review Test Submission: QA # 1 (Chapter 1)
Mr. Garrett Smith
Law Ethics and Soc Respons
QA # 1 (Chapter 1)
1/28/17 5:33 PM
1/28/17 5:52 PM
1/29/17 11:59 PM
Attempt Score 28 out of 30 poi
EASTERN NEW MEXICO UNIVERSITY
COLLEGE OF BUSINESS
BUS 501 LAW, ETHICS, AND SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
COURSE SYLLABUS, SPRING 2017
(This Syllabus and Class Schedule may be modified as necessary)
Professor: Dr. Frederick Greene, J.D., LL.M.,
Trace the ethical decision-making process. You may find it helpful to apply the model to a real
business situation or to a hypothetical ethical issue you develop yourself
To present all of the steps of the decision-making process, I have developed a hypot
As the research question from the first assignment was too general, I have now created a new
one that is related to employee satisfaction and the productivity of a firm. The research should
deal with the question if companies with a human corporate cultur
1. How did the corporate culture of Enron contribute to its bankruptcy?
One important point is, that the executive compensation plans are not geared to make the
shareholders happy, but to enrich the officer wealth. Additionally, the corporate culture conv
1. Are information-gathering techniques like Rajaratnams common on Wall Street? If so, what
could regulators, investors, and executives do to reduce the practice?
I think that information-gathering is common on the Wall Street as Raj Rajaratnam was influe
The topic I want to work with is employee satisfaction. This term is a relative new one,
although the topic is not. Before employee satisfaction was established, it was always dealt
with job satisfaction or work satisfaction (Ellenhube, 2004:
Developing long-term customer-relatinships
Does not compete on price -> believe that customers want to buy from businesses with best
service and selection
Great shopping experiences are important + services incl. free shipping
Describe and demonstrate some similarities and differences between principles and values.
Why are principles and values important normative considerations in ethical decision making?
In general, Principles are specific and pervasive boundaries for behavio
1. How do Ponzi schemes and pyramid schemes differ? How are they similar?
In the Ponzi scheme there is no upfront fee but people have to invest in an investment opportunity.
The schemer needs new investors but there are not as much people involved as in t