phl323 | undergraduate
Ethics In Management
This undergraduate-level course is 5 weeks To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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- Recognize differences in ethical behavior and responsibility between an employee and a manager.
- Identify typical ethical problems of managers.
- Identify ethical problems for an organization with stakeholders, consumers, employees, shareholders, and the community.
- Analyze the effect of organizational culture on its ethical system and the ethical system of its employees.
- Evaluate an organizationâs strategy for managing ethics and legal compliance.
Ethics in a Global Business Environment
- Analyze ethical situations arising from foreign business assignments.
- Evaluate the effect of globalization on organizational ethics.
Introduction to Business Ethics
- Explain the necessity for managing business ethics, its direction, and its goals.
- Identify reasons why ethics are important to individuals, organizations, and society.
- Define "ethics", "ethical system", "morals, values", and "ethical business behavior".
Personal Ethics in Business
- Explain common personal perspectives of ethical situations.
- Analyze right and wrong decisions based on prescriptive and psychological approaches.
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