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What do people use to justify their decisions or explain their actions?
What is moral philosophy?
Moral philosophies are _ specific.
True or False: There is not one moral philosophy everyone accepts.
True or False:
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Institutionalization of Business Ethics
Why is the institutionalization of business ethics important?
What are the three dimensions of the institutionalization of business ethics and
what do they entail?
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Who determines if a businesss actions are right or wrong? See p. 61
When do people make ethical decisions? See p. 61.
Ethical Sensitivity (aka Ethical Awareness) a person has to understand that a situation has an
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What is corporate culture and why is it important? (p. 183)
How is corporate culture exhibited? (p. 183)
What is corporate culture comprised of? (p. 184)
What does Sarbanes Oxley do with regard to culture? (p. 284)
How is ethical
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True or False: Few people have the luxury of making ethical decisions independent of the organization
and its stakeholders.
What is ethical awareness?
What is ethical issue intensity?
Who contributes to ethical issue intensity a
Ethical dilemmas, or situations involving ethical considerations, occur daily. The goal of
business/organizational ethics is to create an ethical culture.
Stakeholders are people and organizations who affect and are affected by an organizati
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Business Ethics revolves around relationships with stakeholders.
Who are Stakeholders?
Stakeholders are anyone (individuals or groups) that affect or could be affected by a