Презентация на тему Morality, Ethics, Business Ethics: Basic Definitions and Aspects

Презентация на тему Morality, Ethics, Business Ethics: Basic Definitions and Aspects, предмет презентации: Бизнес и предпринимательство. Этот материал содержит 24 слайдов. Красочные слайды и илюстрации помогут Вам заинтересовать свою аудиторию. Для просмотра воспользуйтесь проигрывателем, если материал оказался полезным для Вас - поделитесь им с друзьями с помощью социальных кнопок и добавьте наш сайт презентаций ThePresentation.ru в закладки!

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BUSI 211: ETHICS

CHAPTER 1

Morality, Ethics, Business Ethics:
Basic Definitions and Aspects


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Major Issues

What is Morality? What is Ethics?
Who sets them?
Business Ethics: Three Levels
Responsibility
Moral Development
Global Standards
Technology and Business Ethics


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Merck Case: River Blindness


Why did Merck (CEO) finally decide to produce the ‘river blindness’ medicine?
What would you have done as Merck’s CEO? Discuss Pro’s and Con’s for the development of the drug and make a final proposal.
Should corporations be required to act as Merck did?


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Merck and River Blindness

Victims as potential Customers
Business and implications
Cost benefits : Profitability
For-profit organization
Shareholders
Long-term strategy
Marketing and Economic infrastructure (Africa, Latin America)
Technology risk/ Legal infrastructure/ Property rights



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Merck Case: Lessons

Ethical business behavior might be…. very expensive and unprofitable for a company in the short-term….but it can be very profitable and beneficial for a company in the long-term…and it takes sometimes a lot of guts to behave ethically


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What is Morality?

Standards about what is ‘right or wrong’ or what is ‘good or evil’
Standards are set by
Individuals (take care of family)
Social Groups (Neighborhood, Sports clubs)
Professional Groups (Hippocratic Oath)
Religions (making money out of interest)
Societies


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Characteristics of Moral Standards


Not established or changed by authoritative bodies

Preferred to other values including self-interest

Based on impartial considerations



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What is Ethics?

Ethics the study of morality
Ethics refers to the process of describing, analyzing moral standards and moral dilemmas
Ethics can be a descriptive and/ or normative discipline


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Business Ethics: Three Levels


Moral standards that apply to:
Countries/ Societies: Systemic
Corporate and Business policies: Corporate
Top Managers, Employees, Owners, Shareholders: Individuals


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Business Ethics: Three Levels

Corporate

Systemic

Individual


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Corporate and Business Level: Examples


Competition (Price fixing, Anti-trust)
Accounting Information (Insider trading, Compensation, Bribery)
Human Resource Management (Discrimination)
Ethics of Sales and Marketing (Children, Immoral)
Production (Addictive: Drugs, Glue; Pollution)
Intellectual Property (ownership, industrial espionage)


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Case: Gun Manufacturers

Are manufacturers/ dealers ever morally responsible for deaths caused by the use of their products? Why or why not?


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Moral Standards: Corporations or Individuals?

Are corporations to be treated like human beings?
Can corporations be said to be ‘responsible’ and what does it mean in a practical sense?
Yes: to the extent that corps. have objectives, they are morally responsible and have moral duties
No: Corps. have no ‘moral duties’, therefore may not be said to be “morally responsible”
Compromise: Corps. are not human beings but individuals are the primary ‘carriers’ of moral responsibility so they ‘partially’ have moral duties


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Moral Responsibility and Blame

Whether someone is to blame for an act. Depends upon:
Whether the person freely and knowingly committed the act although it was morally wrong
Whether the person freely and knowingly failed to prevent the act although it was morally wrong to fail to do so
Ignorance and inability are excusing conditions
Except when ignorance is willful
Minimal involvement (a softening factor)
Subordinate carrying out unethical order ( ‘loyal agent’)


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Whistleblowers

When should an employee who learns of something that seems illegal and/or immoral at his/her place of employment expose it to the government or media?
Are whistleblowers courageous? What might happen to their careers?
Are they disloyal?
Ex: Iraq War, Mattel, Ford


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Stages of Moral Development (Kohlberg 1976)

Pre-Conventional Stages: Responding to Rules

Conventional Stages: Meeting Social Expectations

Post-Conventional Stages: Autonomous Development of Principles


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Moral Development ONE


Pre- Conventional Stages: Responding to RULES

Stage 1: Punishment / Obedience Orientation
Physical consequences (for ex. stealing)

Stage 2: Instrument / Relativity Orientation
Instruments for satisfaction/ rewards (sweets)


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Moral Development TWO

Conventional Stages: Meeting social expectations

Stage 3: Interpersonal Concordance Orientation
Living to the expectations of those to whom one is closely attached, loyal (affection, good performer)

Stage 4: Law and Order Orientation
Loyalty social systems (groups, societies, country); sometimes in contrast to own motives


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Moral Development THREE

Post-Conventional: Autonomous, Critical Stages

Stage 5: Social Contract Orientation
Effort to be impartial, critical, rational, fair approach toward consensus (everything is relative, everything to be tolerated)

Stage 6: Universal Ethical Principles Orientation
Right action is now defined in terms of logical comprehensiveness, consistency, universality, and reason


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Kohlberg vs. Gilligan

Gilligan (1982): Kohlberg’s theory applies to males, not females
Male approach impersonal, impartial, abstract
Female approach caring, being responsible, sustaining relationships
Females follow different stages of moral development: caring for oneself only, caring for others, achieving a balance


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Business Ethics: Global Standards and Approach

Standards have to be applied everywhere the same

Legal infrastructure (business laws: corruption, collusion etc.)

Economic infrastructure (labor laws: hiring-firing; labor costs: minimum wage/ health insurance)

Political infrastructure (regulation, de-regulation)


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Divergent Societies/Business Cultures: Ethical Relativists or ‘Local Approach’


Different countries/ societies and different codes

No absolute standards about ‘right or wrong’

Accept all rules from different societies (‘Do as the Romans do’)




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Global Society with local Business Cultures: ‘Glocal’ Approach


Set of major standards have to be applied everywhere the same….but

…specific standards to be decided and applied locally


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Technology and Business Ethics

Risks of new technologies (nuclear power)
Costs / Benefits (hip operation)
Social costs (basic jobs done by computers)
Privacy (consumer data)
Property (computer software and codes)
Genetic Engineering (animal testing/ testing with human beings, new plants/ animals)


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