CstM 499 - Management & Organizational Behavior

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CstM 301 - Management & Organization
ethics
ethical behavior…
eth·ics [eth-iks]
-plural noun
1. the moral code of principles that sets standards of
good or bad, or right or wrong, in one’s conduct.
eth·i·cal be·hav·ior [eth-i-kuhl bih-heyv-yer]
- adjective
1. behavior that is accepted as “good” and “right” as
opposed to “bad” or “wrong” in the context of the
governing moral code.
impact of laws & values…
legal or illegal
values
terminal values
instrumental values
alternative views…
utilitarian
individualism
moral rights
justice
impact of cultural issues…
cultural relativism
universalism
ethical imperialism
in the workplace…
discrimination
sexual harassment
conflict of interest
product safety
resource usage
ethical decision making…
person
situation
organization
environment
moral
development
ethical
intensity
ethics culture
ethical
decision
industry
norms
personal factors…
pre-conventional
self-centered behavior
stage 1 - avoid harm or punishment
stage 2 - make deals for personal gain
conventional
social-centered behavior
stage 3 - follow rules to help society run
smoothly
stage 4 - act consistently w/ peers, others
post-conventional
principle-centered behavior
stage 5 - live up to societal agreement
concerning
individual rights
stage 6 - act according to internal principles
rationalizations…
legal
best interest
secret
protected
ethics maintenance…
ethics training
code of conduct
moral management
moral, amoral & immoral
whistleblower protection