This course provides a foundational perspective for socially responsible management practices in business. Special emphasis is placed on the inter-related nature of ethics, moral, legal, and social issues in managing individuals, groups, and the organization within a business environment.
Analyze ethically and socially responsible business practices across cultures.
Ethical and Legal Issues in Business
Describe the influence of stakeholder groups on legal and ethical business decisions.
Analyze ethical and legal issues in business decisions.
Ethical Managerial Decision-Making
Use different ethical perspectives to make management decisions.
Apply the steps of ethical and moral decision making to address management issues.
Identify ethical problems faced by managers.
Compare personal values and organizational values.
Analyze the relationship between organizational values and organizational culture.
Fundamentals of Business Ethics
Identify common ethical problems in business.
Compare personal ethics and business ethics.
Differentiate between ethical and moral issues.
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