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Julia Rawyler
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Fenster schliessen

The stakeholder perspective is useful in managing social responsibility and business ethics.


Chapter 2, Check your EQ
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The six steps to implement this approach were provided in this chapter
Fenster schliessen

Which of the following is not a way to avoid groupthink in small-group decision making?

Express the need to examine all alternatives.

Assign one person to be "Devil's advocate".

Discourage team members from discussing the group's ideas with people outside the group.

Set up a number of independent groups to work on the same issue.

Emphasize to each team member that he or she is a "critical evaluator" with the responsibility to express opinions and objections freely.


p. 325
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According to Kohlberg's model, as a person progresses through the stages of moral development, and with time, education, and experience, he/she

is unlikely to change his/her values and ethical behavior.

may change his/her values and ethical behavior.

will likely be promoted.

will depend more on the input of significant others in ethical decision making.

will experience less opportunity to behave unethically.


Chapter 6, p. 170
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For an ethical compliance program to properly function,

consistent enforcement and disciplinary action are essential.

employees must be monitored using any means necessary.

it is not necessary to set measurable program objectives.

the same program should be used in all countries of operation, regardless of cultural differences.

the company must wait until after misconduct occurs to develop a means of preventing it.


Chapter 8, p. 230
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Having acceptable personal ethics is probably not going to be sufficient to handle complex business ethical issues when an individual has

family concerns.

an unethical boss.

limited business experience.

financial training.

a marketing background.

Fenster schliessen

Which-one(s) of the following statement(s) is(are) correct?

  1. An important part of leadership is the implementation of employee-centred leadership. Employee-centred leadership recognizes that while not everyone will be a manager, every employee can and should practice leadership skills to support ethical decision making.

  2. An essential component of employee-centred leadership is communication. Without communication all attempts at maintaining an ethical culture fail.

  3. Evidence suggests that most firms understand the importance of communication in connection to leadership and that top management puts special emphasis on getting feedback from employees, listening to their concerns.

All of the above statements are correct.

Only statement I is correct.

Only statements I and II are correct.

Only statements I and III are correct.

Only statement II is correct.


Chapter 11
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Which-one(s) of the following statement(s) is(are) correct?

  1. Moral intensity and ethical issue intensity are similar concepts because they both relate to the individual’s perception of social or organisational pressure and the harm they believe their decisions will have on others.

  2. Moral intensity is different from ethical issue intensity because the former relates to a company’s moral obligations regarding its corporate citizenship, and the latter relates to the importance of an event in the eyes of an individual person.

  3. Regarding ethical issue intensity, it can be argued that senior employees and those with administrative authority play an important role as they typically dictate an organisation’s stance on ethical issues.

All of the above statements are correct.

None of the above statements is correct.

Only statements II and III are correct.

Only statements I and III are correct.

Only statement III is correct.


pp. 129-130
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Sustainability is the potential for the long-term well-being of the natural environment including all biological entities, as well as the mutually beneficial interactions among nature and individuals, organizations, and business strategies.


Chapter 12, Check your EQ
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Sustainability is the potential for the long-term well-being of the natural environment, including all biological entities, as well as the mutually beneficial interactions among nature and individuals, organizations, and business strategies