21.In the long run, VALUES orientation may be better for companies, perhaps because it increases
employees awareness of ethics issues at work.
22._ is a main goal of successful ethics programs.
23.Identify ways to avoid groupthink in small-group decision
41.Any attempt to verify outcomes and to compare them with standards can be considered
An AUDITING activity, although many smaller firms do not use this word.
42.Independent verification of the ethics audit is important because it lends the report CREDIBI
31.Gossip, manipulation, playing favorites, and taking credit for another's work are all
examples commonly associated with ORGANIZATIONAL POLITICS.
32. POLITICAL SKILLS can be used to promote organizational goals and help rather than hinder other
11.A COMPLIANCE orientation creates order by requiring that employees identify with and commit
to specific required conduct, whereas a VALUE orientation strives to develop shared
12.Which leadership types has a strong influence on coworker supp
1. Be able to identify statements about codes of conduct.
2. What is a living wage?
It is the minimum wage workers require to meet basic needs. For example, the U.S. 7.25 an hour,
U.K. $9.57 and Australias minimum wage is $15.37.
3. The growth of the Inte
Texas A&M University- Commerce
MKT 521: Marketing Management
Muhammad Ruhul Amin
Introduction: Ethics and Marketing
Ethics refers to the principles of behaviors of
Which of the following is not one of the six "spheres of influence" to which individuals are subject
when confronted with an ethical
Management Chapter 2
Evidence based management
translating principles based on best evidence into
organizational practice, bringing rationality to the decision
making process, Pfeffer and Sutton. Written by Drucker.
Two Overarching Perspectives about Mana