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Title: Business Ethics: A Real World Approach: 1st (First) Edition
Edition: 1e Edition
Author(s): Andrew W. Ghillyer
Format Digital Downlodable File
Table of content
|SECTION I: DEFINING BUSINESS ETHICS
Chapter 1: Understanding Ethics
Case 1.1 The Overcrowded Lifeboat
Case 1.2 Sophie’s Choice
Case 1.3 Jean Valjean’s Conscience
Discussion Exercise 1.1: Life and Death
Discussion Exercise 1.2: The Ones Who Walk Away from Omelas
Chapter 2: Defining Business Ethics
Case 2.1 ‘Ethics Schmethics’
Case 2.2 What to Say to the Man Let Go?
Discussion Exercise 2.1: $2500
Discussion Exercise 2.2: Nick Zane
SECTION II: THE PRACTICE OF BUSINESS ETHICS
Chapter 3: Organizational Ethics
Case 3.1 A Firm Production Date
Case 3.2 The Ford Pinto
Discussion Exercise 3.1: Johnson & Johnson and the Tylenol Poisonings
Discussion Exercise 3.2: WorldCom’s Creative Accounting
Chapter 4: Corporate Social Responsibility
Case 4.1 Malden Mills
Case 4.2 Banning The Real Thing
Discussion Exercise 4.1: Wal-Mart
Discussion Exercise 4.2: The Pesticide DDT
Chapter 5: Corporate Governance
Case 5.1 A Case of Two Boards
Case 5.2 Richard Grasso and the NYSE
Discussion Exercise 5.1: HealthSouth
Discussion Exercise 5.2: Barings PLC
Chapter 6: The Role of Government
Case 6.1 The Bribery Gap
Case 6.2 An Unethical Way to Fix Corporate Ethics?
Discussion Exercise 6.1: SOX-POX?
Discussion Exercise 6.2: Stamford International, Inc.
Chapter 7: Blowing the Whistle
Case 7.1 The Insider
Case 7.2 The Cold Hard Reality
Discussion Exercise 7.1: Whistle Blowing and the Professional
Discussion Exercise 7.2: James Alderson
Chapter 8: Ethics & Technology
Case 8.1 A Failure to Disclose
Case 8.2 Top 20 Blonde Jokes
Discussion Exercise 8.1: Stumbling over G-mail
Discussion Exercise 8.2: Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (CIBC)
SECTION III: THE FUTURE OF BUSINESS ETHICS
Chapter 9: Ethics & Globalization
Case 9.1 Questionable Payments
Case 9.2 What is a Global Business?
Discussion Exercise 9.1: Conscience or the Competitive Edge?
Discussion Exercise 9.2: Soccer Balls Made for Children by Children?
Chapter 10: Making it Stick: Doing What’s Right in a Competitive Market
Case 10.1 What would Julie do?
Case 10.2 Just a small favor
Case 10.3 To Be Or Not To Be
Discussion Exercise 10.1: Romp
Discussion Exercise 10.2: The Transformation of Shell
Discussion Exercise 10.3: Erin Brockovich and PG&E
Discussion Exercise 10.4: Mazda’s Dilemma