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By Joseph W. Weiss

Moral judgements could be advanced, yet ethics type does not need to be! enterprise ETHICS: STAKEHOLDER AND concerns administration procedure, 5th variation, is helping scholars "get concerned and be ready, simply because ethics is everybody's business." This easy-to-follow consultant addresses enterprise ethics in a fashion you could comprehend. by utilizing attention-grabbing, present, real-world examples and targeting stakeholders, this textbook might be useful define your own enterprise ethics for years yet to come, supplying you with the sensible instruments you must deal with ethical dilemmas within the office and the area.

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Xxxiii xxxiv Case Authorship CASE 8 Jerome Kerviel: Rogue Trader or Misguided Employee: What Really Happened at the French Bank, Société Générale? 136 Written by Steve D’Aquila, Bentley College, under the direction of Professor Joseph W. Weiss, Bentley College. CASE 9 Seeking Two Kinds of Green: Richard Branson’s Venture into Biofuel 143 Written by Michael K. McCuddy, Valparaiso University. CASE 10 Ford’s Pinto Fires: The Retrospective View of Ford’s Field Recall Coordinator 146 Dennis A. Gioia, Professor of Organizational Behavior, Smeal College of Business, Pennsylvania State University, provided the personal reflections in this case.

5 Five Business Ethics Myths #1 Ethics is personal #5 Information is neutral and amoral 5 MYTHS #4 Good business means good ethics #2 Business and ethics don’t mix #3 Business ethics is relative Myth 1: Ethics Is a Personal, Individual Affair, Not a Public or Debatable Matter This myth holds that individual ethics is based on personal or religious beliefs, and that one decides what is right and wrong in the privacy of one’s conscience. 25 Although it is true that individuals must make moral choices in life, including business affairs, it is also true that individuals do not operate in a vacuum.

35 Logical problems occur in all five of these myths. In many instances, the myths hold simplistic and even unrealistic notions about ethics in business dealings. In the following sections, the discussion about the nature of business ethics continues by exploring two questions: • Why use ethical reasoning in business? • What is the nature of ethical reasoning? 5 WHY USE ETHICAL REASONING IN BUSINESS? Ethical reasoning is required in business for at least three reasons. 5 billion for the first 25 years and then $15 billion a year indefinitely to compensate states for the costs of health care for tobacco-related illnesses?

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