Think about various companies or organizations and their culture what
words can you use to describe their culture?
set of shared, taken-for-granted implicit assumptions that a group holds
and that determine
Arguments Against CSR:
that it encroaches on what should be the proper business of government;
it is surely right to keep a wary eye on whether the things firms do in the
name of good citizenship are truly in the best interests of society as a
Practical Steps to Improve Ethical Decision Making
Learn to think about ethics in rational terms: means, ends, justice
Consider using some simple decision-making tactics to illuminate alternatives.
Sort out ethical pr
Analytical Approach to Ethical Problems
Major Regulations and Practices
Most organizations have some kind of a Code of Conduct
Complying with laws and ethical conduct
Including Environmental and Non-discrimination laws
Successful business generates societal value
Stakeholders are affected by firms actions
Stakeholders Analysis often helps in Ethical and Corporate Social
Warning Signs of an Ethical Dilemma:
Well, maybe jus
Lecture 7 Note
Foster School of Business Center for Leadership and Strategic Thinking Findings:
When business leaders are asked what skills they view as most important in hiring
and promoting managers there is almost unanimous response of strategic (or
A Perceptual Mode of Communication:
Why does understanding Communications Matter to Managers and Team
What do we mean by Communications?
When (what events) is Communication Important?
Experiences with Well Executed Communications?
2 Essay questions:
1. Short Answer Essay Question #1:
Consider the materials and concepts covered during the Summer MGMT
275 Course and identify three (3) of the course concepts or theories that
you consider to be the most impactful to your learning and
Lecture # 2
Social Perception: A Social Information Processing Model
Common Perceptual Errors
Social Information Processing
Potential Impacts on: