1 Character-based traits are instrumental in establishing trust in the workplace.
2 Greg is the purchasing manager at a jeans-manufacturing company. He knows he could save his
company money by using cheaper, thinner cotton, but he says, "Our customer
Both speaking and writing skills are considered major determinants of career success.
feedback: Correct. Both effective speaking and writing skills are needed for career success. Writing skills
are used more at the lower-level posi
Promotion: communicating information between seller and potential buyer or
others in the channel to influence attitudes and behavior.
Personal selling: direct spoken communication between sellers and potential
customers, usually in person but s
What is the 'Environmental, Social And Governance (ESG) Criteria'
The Environmental, Social And Governance (ESG) Criteria is a set of standards for a companys
operations that socially conscious investors use to screen investments. Environmental criteria
DEFINITION of 'Corporate Accountability'
Corporate accountability is the performance of a publicly traded company in non-financial areas
such as social responsibility, sustainability and environmental performance. Corporate
accountability espouses that fi
Varieties of business ethics
Many people engaged in business activity, including accountants and lawyers, are
professionals. As such, they are bound by codes of conduct promulgated by
professional societies. Many firms also have detailed codes of conduct,
In simplified models of the market, individual buyers and sellers are price-takers, not pricemakers. That is, the prices of goods and services are set by the aggregate forces of supply and
demand; no individual is able to buy or sell a good fo
Sales and negotiation
Sales are central to business. Perhaps surprisingly, business ethicists have said little directly
about sales. But much of what is said about advertising also applies to sales. Salespeople are, in a
sense, the final advertisers of pr
Business organizations generate revenue, and some of this revenue is distributed to their
employees in the form of pay. Since the demand for pay typically exceeds the supply, the
question of how pay should be distributed is naturally analyzed as a
4. Popular frameworks for business ethics
Business ethicists seek to understand the ethical contours of, and devise principles of right action for,
business activity. One way of advancing this project is by choosing a normative framework and teasing
Means: control by shareholders or others too?
Answers to questions about the means of corporate governance often mirror answers to question
about the ends of corporate governance. Often the best way to ensure that a firm is managed in
the interests of a c
6. Firms and workers
Business ethicists have written much about the relationship between employers and employees.
Most of this writing has inquired into the obligations that employers owe to employees. This may
be because employers usually have more power
. Corporate moral agency
One way to think about business ethics is in terms of the moral obligations of agents engaged in
business activity. Who is a moral agent? Individual persons, obviously. What about firms? This
question is typically described as a q
5.2 Product safety and liability
Some things that firms may wish to sell, and that people may wish to buy, pose a significant risk
of harm, to the user and others. When is a product too unsafe to be sold? This question is often
answered by government agen
Many businesses operate across societal, including national, boundaries. These are typically
called multinational or transnational firms (MNCs or TNCs). Operating internationally
heightens the salience of a number of the ethical iss
Advantages of the Internet for Students
The possible advantages of the Internet in the classroom are as diverse as the services and
tools offered by the network. The Internet offers many resources that are not usually available in
any books. In addition t
q) Outgroup homogeneity effect is the assumption that
a) members of other groups are all the same.
q) _ refers to a mind-set that values choice more than obligation.
q) Collectivists tend to:
a)view themselves as interdependent, forming a
each aspect of the marketing mix (4 P's) has equal importance. When the marketing mix is being
developed, all (final) decisions about the P's should be made at the same time (Perreault, 2004, p.
41). To summarize the marketing mix, a company develops a pr
1. Where are these museums? What are the museum visiting days and hours for both? What
is the admission fee for both?
MFAH: is in Houston-Downtown 5601 Main St Houston, TX 77005. Visiting Hours and
days : Monday: closed, TuesdayWednesday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m
CHAPTER 9 1. Cohesion a. The degree to which group members have bonded
and consider themselves one entityNecessary for a positive group climate.
(2.A shared identity: identify as part of the group Common goals: either
specific or general Interdependent re
Law and Ethics
A copyright is a form of protection provided by U.S. law to anyone who creates "original works
of authorship." Essentially, a copyright protects literary, musical, dramatic, artistic and other
qualifying creative works. The Copyrigh
Language plays a crucial role in social interaction and it is an all-important agent in the
transmission of cultural and social values. It is shaped by the same political, social, and cultural
forces which produce the worlds diverse civilizations and cult
Advantages of Internet for Students
The possible advantages of the Internet in the classroom are as diverse as the services
and tools offered by the network. The Internet offers many resources that are not usually
available in any books.
November 29, 2013
Compare and Contrast between the Raven and Annabel Lee
The Raven and Annabel Lee are the two famous poems they are both written by the
author Edgar Allan Poe's. Poe's was best known fiction works are Gothic (combination of both
2 out of 2 points
Permanent teams are groups of employees that are organized in a way similar to a formal department.
Correct Answer: True
2 out of 2 points
Examples of nonprogrammed decisions would includ
March 21, 2013
Illegal Immigrant Argumentative
Illegal immigration is a major problem in United States; it is a concern to the government
and their citizens. Basically, people tend to migrate from undeveloped countries to developed
countries in se
3. Conflict sometimes can be a good thing. It will add in discussion for problem solving. Conflict
can help to illustrate a point of view, or a new method in accomplishing a task. However, for the
most part we did not experience conflict because we had di
ACC4301 Individual Income Taxation
Chapter 1 Homework Assignment
1. Regarding the statute of limitations on additional assessments of tax by the IRS, determine the
applicable period in each of the following situations. Assume a calendar year individual wi
Cultural intelligence (CQ) is a measure of your ability to work with and adapt to members of other
cultures. CQ can be developed and improved over time with training, experience, and conscious effort.
Culture includes the shared values, norms, rules, and
In terms of the marketing mix some would say that price is the least attractive element. Marketing companies
should really focus on generating as high a margin as possible. The argument is that the marketer should change
product, place or promotion in som