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Creating a Code of Ethics

Your task is to create an original “Code of Ethics” for your company or organization. You may also choose to create a code of ethics for a fictitious company or organization if you prefer not to use your employer. (Create a code of ethics for a fictitious company for this assignment). codes of conduct for military do not...

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Business Ethics: Ethical Leadership and Unethical Leadership

Discussion: Discuss an experience you have had with ethical leadership. Discuss an experience you have had with unethical leadership. Reference: Stanwick, P.A. & Stanwick, S.D. (2009). Understanding business ethics (1st ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall.

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Code of ethics, trade-off, potential risks

1. Summarize the importance of adhering to a professional code of ethics. 2. What is meant by a trade-off? Who are the major players in performing trade-offs? 3. What are the methods, tools, and capabilities that will allow the project manager to “sense” potential risks before they are fully developed? 4. What kinds of...

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Introduction

Assuming that the product is a new cola flavor for Pepsi (will use a fictitious product name as an example): PepsiCo. Was first established in 1902 and founded by drug store owner Caleb Bradham who developed the popularized fountain drink with the vision of creating an astounding product that consumers could enjoy internationally....

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Whistle-blowing Ethic in Action

‘Ethics in Action’ questions referencing Enron employee Sherron Watkins: 1. When an employee learns of apparently unlawful behavior on the part of his or her employer, does the employee have an ethical duty to blow the whistle on the employer? 2. Do any ethical duties or obligations of the employee come into conflict...

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Employee Ethics in Credit Checks and Monitoring & Teaching

1. Provide a specific example of a time that you made an ethical decision. Provide a list of three different people the decision affected; Describe in detail how your decision affected each of the three people; If you had a chance, would you have made a different decision given the insight you have gained from the experience? 2....

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The ethics of manipulating ROI and residual income big bath

Manipulating return on investment and residual income The October 5, 1998, issue of Business Week includes the article “Who Can You Trust?” authored by Sarah Bartlett. Among other dubious accounting practices, the article describes a trick known as the “big bath,” which occurs when a company makes huge...

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