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    1 : The Nature of Ethics Ethics – The inner-guiding moral principles, values, and beliefs that people use to analyze or interpret a situation and then decide what is the “right” or appropriate way to behave
    2 : The Nature of Ethics Ethical Dilemma – quandary people find themselves in when they have to decide if they should act in a way that might help another person even though doing so might go against their own self-interest
    3 : Ethics and the Law Neither laws nor ethics are fixed principles
    4 : Stakeholders and Ethics Stakeholders – The people and groups that supply a company with its productive resources and have a claim on its resources
    5 : Stockholders Want to ensure that managers are behaving ethically and not risking investors’ capital by engaging in actions that could hurt the company’s reputation Want to maximize their return on investment
    6 : Managers Responsible for using a company’s financial capital and human resources to increase its performance Have the right to expect a good return or reward by investing their human capital to improve a company’s performance Frequently juggle multiple interests
    7 : Employees Companies can act ethically toward employees by creating an occupational structure that fairly and equitably rewards employees for their contributions
    8 : Suppliers and Distributors Suppliers expect to be paid fairly and promptly for their inputs Distributors expect to receive quality products at agreed-upon prices
    9 : Customers Most critical stakeholder Company must work to increase efficiency and effectiveness in order to create loyal customers and attract new ones
    10 : Ethical Decision Models Utilitarian Rule Decision that produces the greatest good for the greatest number How do you measure the benefits and harms that will be done to each stakeholder group? How do you evaluate the rights and importance of each group?
    11 : Ethical Decision Models Moral Rights rule Decision that best maintains and protects the fundamental or inalienable rights and privileges of the people affected by it Justice rule Decision that distributes benefits and harms among people and groups in a fair, equitable, or impartial way
    12 : Ethical Decision Models Practical rule - Decision that a manager has no hesitation about communicating to people outside the company because the typical person would think it is acceptable
    13 : Practical Decision Model Does my decision fall within the acceptable standards that apply in business today? Am I willing to see the decision communicated to all people and groups affected by it? Would the people with whom I have a significant personal relationship approve of the decision?
    14 : Why should managers behave ethically? The relentless pursuit of self-interest can lead to a collective disaster when one or more people start to profit from being unethical because this encourages other people to act in the same way
    15 : Trust and Reputation Trust – person’s confidence and faith in another person’s goodwill Reputation – esteem or high repute that individuals or organizations gain when they behave ethically
    16 : Societal Ethics Standards that govern how members of a society should deal with one another in matters involving issues such as fairness, justice, poverty, and the rights of the individual People behave ethically because they have internalized certain values, beliefs, and norms
    17 : Occupational Ethics Standards that govern how members of a profession, trade, or craft should conduct themselves when performing work-related activities Medical & legal ethics
    18 : Individual Ethics Personal standards and values that determine how people view their responsibilities to other people and groups How they should act in situations when their own self-interests are at stake
    19 : Organizational Ethics Guiding practices and beliefs through which a particular company and its managers view their responsibility toward their stakeholders Top managers play a crucial role in determining a company’s ethics
    20 : Social Responsibility Way a company views its duty or obligation to make decisions that protect, enhance, and promote the welfare and well-being of stakeholders and society as a whole
    21 : Approaches to Social Responsibility
    22 : Role of Organizational Culture Ethical values and norms help organizational members: Resist self-interested action Realize they are part of something bigger than themselves
    23 : Ethics Ombudsman Manager responsible for communicating and teaching ethical standards to all employees and monitoring their conformity to those standards
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