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Ethics And Social Responsibility
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Cultural and Employee Relationship Values
- Examine the employee relationship values of an organization.
- Analyze the importance of the code of ethics of an organization.
- Evaluate the cultural values of an organization.
Compliance and Corporate Culture
- Analyze the technology and privacy values of an organization.
- Examine the accounting, finance, and governance values of an organization.
- Analyze how technology and internal values affect business decision making.
Social Responsibility, Marketing, and Environmental Values
- Examine the social responsibility values of organizations.
- Evaluate the marketing values of an organization.
- Analyze the sustainability and environmental values of an organization.
Planning Social Initiatives
- Determine social initiatives based on organizational values.
- Evaluate social initiatives.
- Evaluate the business need of social initiatives.
- Develop an implementation plan for social initiatives.
Evaluating Social Initiatives
- Create tools to evaluate the results of social initiatives.
Ethical Business Decisions
- Differentiate between legal and ethical responsibilities.
- Examine the ethical decision-making process.
- Apply an ethical decision-making process to a business dilemma.
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