[case.2] A Week to Remember
By Trudy Somers, Pfeiffer University
Lee entered the corporate training center, meeting Paul
as he waited for the elevator. They rode in silence to
the top floor. Lee eyed Paul
made business decisions for the wrong reasons. She
worked very hard to avoid politics, and it especially irritated her when the political actions of others negatively affected her.
Diana was ready
Phil on a board for a womans shelter. Lee knew his
reputation for philanthropy and caring. His speech recounted 50 years of financial success. Lee made a mental note: So all good deeds are re
Thinking About Management Issues
What does social responsibility mean to you personally? Do you think business organizations should be
socially responsible? Explain.
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