Ethical Leadership & the Law in the Global Environment
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Course level: Graduate
This course evaluates ethical and risk management issues emerging from disparate legal systems and practices in the global environment, with an emphasis on current world events. Topics include decision-making, cultural implications, and the management of economic, financial, and political risk. The relationships among the law, corporate ethical standards, and global business practices are analyzed. Competency A: Assess contemporary management of economic, financial, and political risks when operating in a global environment. Competency B: Analyze characteristics of ethical leadership used to evaluate disparate legal systems in a global environment. Competency C: Evaluate regulatory and cultural influence on potential business development in a global environment. Competency D: Integrate cultural values, government regulations, national and international laws, and public policy into ethical decision-making. Competency E: Evaluate corporate ethical standards when making ethical decisions in a global environment.