Ethics & Supply
(suppliers used in processing raw
materials to end customer/user)
Journey/ process/ movement of
goods/ services from A to B to C etc.
Code of Conduct
What is a code of conduct (?)
A formal document of what an organization stands for
and what to expect when conducting business with that
A set of rules outlining the responsibilities of, or proper
practices for, an organiz
Re-cap: What did we do last week?
Ethics concepts, Values, Morals,
Ethical behavior at work.
Companies create codes of
conduct/company policies to set
standards of company expectations
for employees/managers to follow.
Dr. Susan Busby
1. Draw three circles, one inside the other
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BUS 1403 - FWC - Dr J Seto
Drawing the Stakeholder map
2. Add your labels
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Ethics students, class discussion
The Guardian (13th August 2015) reported the following information. However, you will find more up
to date information on the news channels/ internet.
China explosion: Huge blasts in Tianjin killed at least
44 and injured
Task 1 Match the correct word with the definition
Functions of Communication
APA Referencing Guide Last Updated March 2010
Two authors and
other than first
Three or more
Chapter from a book
Author/Editor. (Year). Title: Subtitle [English translation of title]. (Edition). Place of
Product Risk: Ethical dilemma
You are a Marketing Manager for the Computer Screen Department of
your company. There are 300 employees in this Department.
Your Department has developed a computer screen that produces
excellent picture quality.
Introduction to 1403 course
Business Ethics requires managers and employees to make the best decisions
in the workplace. They need to understand why they made that decision
(which theory/concept they used and why).
1. Consequentalist: A form
Ethical Case Studies
Discuss the ethical issues raised.
What should the businessman do?
What consequences could you expect as a result of this action?
What rule could you use to cover this type of incident in future?
A Confused Tourist
Mohamed runs a gift
Summary of aims of different departments (page one and video links on page two)
Training & Development
wages % benefits).
Goal is to get the best
employees for the
Apple's Chinese factories to be audited
(inspected) after violation (breaking) of
Local HR practice blamed, but suicides, long working hours and disciplinary wage
deductions give cause for concern
Apple assembly lines at the Foxconn pla
Bus 1103 Economics for Managers
Ethics in Accounting and
There are different types of Company Accounts, e.g.
(for external use)
What is Human Resource Management HRM
HRM is the organizational function that deals with
issues related to people such as compensation
) , recruitment( ),
performance management ( ) ,
organization development () , safety
), wellness ( ), benefits
Todays successful companieswhether large or small, for-profit or not-for-profit, domestic or global
share a strong customer focus and a heavy commitment to marketing. The goal of marketing is to build
and manage customer relationships. Marketing seeks to
Combo with Business Ethics Now Test (Ch. 1-2) and 4 others
Study online at quizlet.com/_gfiwg
5 major trends
Sustainability; Globalization; The
failure of the public sector.
The NBES findings
Chapter 4, The Analysis and Design of Work PPT NOTES
S-1) discusses the analysis and design of work and, in doing so, lays out some considerations that go into making
informed decisions about how to create and link jobs. The chapter is divided into three
Chapter 07 Training PPT NOTES
S-1) Companies are in business to make money, and every business function is under pressure to show how it
contributes to business success or face spending cuts and even outsourcing. To contribute to a companys success,
Chapter 8, Performance Management PPT NOTES
S-1) Performance management is the process through which managers ensure that employees activities and
outputs are congruent with the organizations goals and is central to gaining competitive advantage.
Chapter 6, Selection and Placement PPT NOTES
S-1) focuses on ways to minimize errors in employee selection and placement to improve a companys competitive
position; it focuses on five standards that should be met by any selection method. It then evaluates
Chapter Eight, Motivation PPT NOTES
S-2) Motivation: psychological processes cause the arousal, direction, and persistence of voluntary actions that are
S-3) Content theories of motivation: focus on identifying internal factors such as inst
Influence Tactics, Empowerment, and Politics
INFLUENCE, EMPOWERMENT, AND POLITICS
Mutuality of interest involves balancing individual and organizational interests through win-win
cooperation. The nine generic influence tactics,
CREATING EFFECTIVE ORGANIZATIONS
An organization is defined as a system of consciously coordinated activities or forces of two or more
persons. All organizations have in common: coordination of effort, a common goal,
Ethics and Corporate
Written by Naomi Kier
Editing by Sara Soskin
Arabic Proof Read by Feras Al Dweekat
Updated by Dr. Busby (August 2015)
Why study ethical ( ) theory?
Different things make people make different
Ethics in a globalizing World
Ethics & Globalization
(How one impacts the other) Power/influence
Ethics and Globalization
Business transactions in different countries in different
languages and different cultures force companies to