Professor Bettina Bastian
Bowen McCoy's Parable of the Sadhu narrates the story of McCoy's journey
walking through Nepal. Half-way through his 60-day trip through the Himalayan
Mountains, McCoy and his anthropologi
CHAPTER 2: ETHICAL DECISION MAKING: PERSONAL AND
In this chapter, we begin to bring business ethics to a more practical level by examining ethical
decision making as it occurs in everyday lif
CHAPTER 1: ETHICS AND BUSINESS
OBJECTIVE 1: STAKEHOLDERS
- In order to understand the importance of business ethics, it is important to look at all the scandals
and harm caused by ethical failures (the collapse
Chapter 4: Corporate culture
Objective 1: What is corporate culture
- Decision making within a firm is influenced, limited, shaped and, in some cases, virtually
determined by the corporate culture of the firm.
Chapter 3: Philosophical Ethics and Business.
- Reasons which guide an individual ethical judgment fall into three general categories:
consequences, principles, personal character.
- An ethical framework is nothing
Eco 202 Principles of Macroeconomics
Due:Thursday, January 9, 2013
Instructor: Ilker Kaya
Total Points: 100
Multiple Choice: (16x4=64 Points)
Identify the letter of the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.
Chapter 2: Stakeholder Analysis
Joseph Freberg had been with Alcon for 18 mos. He had begun his career right out of college with a firm
called Cala Industrial. Because of his work with Cala he had been hired at another company Alcon.
Josephs first six mon
Carla knew something was wrong when Karim got back to his desk. He had been with the AMC Accounting Firm for
17-years, starting there right after graduation and progressing through the ranks. Karim was a strong supporter of
AMC, and that was why Carla had
The first step in the ethical decision making process would be to determine the facts of the situation.
Lael is trying to choose between 3 managers to promote and her decision will affect her future position in the
Liz is a 34 year old, African A
One of the problems that Lael Matthews has had to deal with in trying to climb the corporate
ladder is the glass ceiling faced by minorities and women. In her current position, she must decide
which of three managers to promote, a decision that, as her su
About the Six Principles
The Six Principles of Influence (also known as the Six Weapons of Influence) were created by Robert Cialdini,
Regents' Professor Emeritus of Psychology and Marketing at Arizona State University. He published them in his
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Decision Making Process
Determine the Facts: Lael Matthews is required to decide in 2 days on a manager to
promote which would have implication on her future. Available candidates are:
Liz: A 34 year old African American who
Chapter 2 Business ethics
Previous chapter: gave a general idea about business ethics and its role
2nd chapter: practical approach to business ethics.
1. Determine the facts
Make an effort to understand the situation
Chapter 1: Ethics and Business
For better of for worse, the decisions that a business makes will affect many more
people than just the decision maker. Ethically responsible business decision
making must move beyond a narrow concern with stockholders to co
Corporate Social Responsibility
Objective 1: Corporate Social Responsibility.
- It refers to the responsibilities that a business has to the society in which it operates.
- From an economic perspect