What is prescriptive ethics for multinational companies and how can prescriptive ethics make an impact on a business decision of an ethical dilemma decision? Today economic and the focus on multiple cultures, multinational companies have to meet expectations of the countries standards. Prescriptive ethics plays an important role that can have a substantial impact on the operation of a multinational company. Prescriptive ethics played an important role in the complexities of the merge between Royal Dutch and Shell Transport and Trading. Multinational companies have to “engage in business practices to avoid negative consequences to their stakeholders” (Cullen, & Parboteeah, 2011, pg. 127). Multinational companies have to retain basic rights such as: pursuing fair profits and indicating duties provide equal wages for the employees. Prescriptive ethics is to direct multinational managers what they should and should not do. However, Chapter 1 in the text “Royal Dutch Shell in Nigeria: Operating in a Fragile State,” will provide information and recommendations pertaining many challenges that Royal Dutch Petroleum and Shell Transport and Trading. Subsequently, the analysis will discuss Shell’s operations in Nigeria more at risk and simultaneously more valuable. Furthermore, the analysis will provided an explanation of the implications of the economic system found in Nigeria and what political risks that Shell facing in this country. Explanation will be providing of how important the role of the government is influential of Shell’s Nigerian investments, operations, and future stake in the oil industry. History
The Royal Dutch/Shell Group is one of the leading producers of oil, gas, and petrochemicals “Shell Oil Companies,” which have “distinguish itself through its commitments to the industry innovation.” The merging of both companies operates as the leading and gas produces in the deep-waters of Gulf of Mexico. Both companies contains four major operational segments...
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