1. Discuss an ethical dilemma that you have received
based on article. Give as many facts existing inside the
article and details as possible in describing your dilemma
based on respective chapter.
2. If the dilemma has been resolved, how
Chapter 4 & 5
Key elements of an organizational culture
Values, norms, artifacts, and behaviour.
Civil and Criminal law
Civil law defines the rights and duties of individuals and organizations. Criminal law not only prohibits
SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT CASE STUDY-NISSAN
School of management studies
Abstract: Many successful organizations are now following supply chain management as a
benchmark for themselves. In differ
The most important subject over the past years is job satisfaction according to (Akfopure,
2006). The relationship between place and work has gain a lot of attention from various
philosophers and researchers. The di
misleading or deceiving the public - generate more interest or acceptance
destroy customers trust in a company.
Lying - major ethical issue involving communications
causes ethical predicaments in both external and internal communications
Spot imposters. Scammers often pretend to be someone you trust, like a government
official, a family member, a charity, or a company you do business with. Dont send money or give
out personal information in response to an unexpected request
1. The evolution of business ethics as a field of study from before 1960 to the present.
Before 1960, business ethics issues were discussed primarily from a religious perspective.
The 1960s saw the emergence of many social issues involv
Marketing fraud is the act of purposely misleading or deceiving the public in order to
generate more interest or acceptance in a product[Mar172]. False or misleading marketing
communication can destroy customers trust in a company. Lying which is a major