College of Humanities
PHL/323 Version 4
Ethics in Management
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This course provides opportunities for the analysis and synthesis of the role of ethics in the organization. Emphasis is placed on the way ethics affect thinking, relationship development, policy formation, and professional conduct in the workplace. Students develop the skills to understand and integrate constructive ethics into practices that support the success of the employee and the organization.
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Treviño, L. K., & Nelson, K. A. (2007). Managing business ethics: Straight talk about how to do it right (4th ed.). Hoboken, NJ: Wiley.
All electronic materials are available on the student website.
Week One: Introduction to Business Ethics
Explain the necessity for managing business ethics, its direction, and its goals. 1.2
Identify reasons why ethics are important to individuals, organizations, and society. 1.3
Define ethics, ethical system, morals, values, and ethical business behavior.
Read Ch. 1 of Managing Business Ethics.
Read Ch. 2 of Managing Business Ethics.
Read the following University of Phoenix Materials:
World Wide Web Resources on Ethics
Read this week’s Electronic Reserve Readings.
Participate in class discussion. . This includes possible quizzes and presentations.
4 Nongraded Activities and Preparation
Explore the Ethics Resource Center at http://www.ethics.org/ Explore the Josephson Institute of Ethics at http://josephsoninstitute.org/
Learning Team Instructions
Learning Team Charter
Complete the Learning Team Charter. This charter is the basis for your team’s code of ethics.
Pay particular attention to the timeline and milestones necessary to complete the team assignments effectively. •
Identify consequences or sanctions for those who do not act ethically in following these guidelines. •
Refer to the Learning Team Toolkit for further information.
Personal Ethics Development Paper
Write a 1,050- to 1,200-word paper on personal ethics development that examines your personal ethical system and ground rules, including its origins and development.
Incorporate the terms found in the University of Phoenix Material: Key Terms located on the student Web site.
Focus on the developmental aspect of your ethics rather than on a particular position on any issue.
Define your underlying ethical system, its primary principles, the sources that helped shape your ethics—such as people, institutions, events, and so forth—and the criteria and decision-making factors you used to revise them.
Discuss the potential effect of your ethics on your performance or use of them in your workplace using a specific personal example.
Explain why ethics are needed in an organization and how ethics are integrated into the organization to achieve its direction and goals. What effect does the application of these ethics have on individuals, organizations, and society?
Format your paper consistent with APA guidelines.
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