Immoral Management Essays and Term Papers

  • Corporate governance

    is a mechanism through which boards and directors are able to direct, monitor and supervise the conduct and operation of the corporation and its management in a manner that ensures appropriate levels of authority, accountability, stewardship, leadership, direction and control. “Corporate governance...

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  • Poligamy

    polygamy was opened to the public. Many people of the western society regard polygamy as immoral this is epitomised by news paper and internet blogs that criticize polygamy. The criteria for something to be regarded as immoral should be there benefits weighed against the cons of a particular subject. The following...

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  • Ethical and Moral Issues in Business

    issues that affect the way employees perform and behave. “Morality consists of rules of human behavior and specifies that certain actions are wrong or immoral and that others are right or moral (DeGeorge, 2010)”. The difference between ethical issues and moral issues is based on an individual’s character...

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  • Business Ethics

    International Journal of Business and Management September, 2009 Business Ethics Reflected in Sanlu Milk Incident Meiying Song Department of Foreign Language Education, School of Humanities, Economics and Law Southwestern Polytechnical University, Xi’an 710072, China E-mail: maxun666@163.com ...

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  • Ob Trends

    next few paragraphs. Management scholar Archie B. Carroll draws a distinction between the three management types when it comes to morality (Organizational Behavior, 9E). The first is the immoral manager. The immoral manager is simply looking out for their best interest. The immoral manager will not let...

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  • Business 102 Article Review #2

    Review of Concepts, Research and Practice. International Journal of Management Reviews, Blackwell Publishing Ltd and British Academy of Management, pp. 88-105 In “The Pyramid of Corporate Social Responsibility: toward the Moral Management of Organizational Stakeholders”, Archie B. Carroll focuses on studying...

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  • Article Two Review

    of Corporate Social Responsibility: Toward the Moral Management of Organizational Stakeholders. Business Horizons. 34(4), 39-48. Introduction In Archie B. Carroll’s article “The Pyramid of Corporate Social Responsibility: Toward the Moral Management of Organizational Stakeholders”, Carroll touches on...

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  • Nate Bass

    interesting dialogue that tried to define the differences between moral, amoral, and immoral business behavior. I think that your managers and morality model accurately displayed the process of moral/amoral/immoral decisions, however I think that the boundary of legality should be smaller because even...

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  • Csr Caroll Model

    Philosophy Documentation Center Models of Management Morality for the New Millennium Author(s): Archie B. Carroll Source: Business Ethics Quarterly, Vol. 11, No. 2 (Apr., 2001), pp. 365-371 Published by: Philosophy Documentation Center Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/3857754 Accessed: 29/03/2010...

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  • Pyramid of Csr

    The Pyramid of Corporate Social Responsibiiity: Toward the Morai Management of Organizational Stakeholders Archie B. Carroll F or the better part of 30 years now, corporate executives have struggled with the issue of the firm's responsibility to its society. Early on it was argued by some that...

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  • Carter

    The Webster Industries case is as a prime example of how the consequences of poor decisions and immoral judgment can damage a company’s reputation. In the case, the many shortcomings of a mismanaged team paralyzed the company. The team’s insensitivity toward applying the layoff process equitably shows...

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  • chapter 7

    and ethical aspects by using a Venn model. 5. Enumerate and discuss the four important ethics questions. 6. Identify and explain three models of management ethics. 7. Describe Kohlberg’s three levels of developing moral judgment. 8. Identify and discuss the elements of moral judgment. TEACHING...

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  • Benchmarking Global Communications

    September 26, 2007 Many companies throughout the world face opportunities like Global Communications daily. Just like Global Communications, their management decisions, both ethically and morally, can have a long bitter sweet taste on their employees and the communities for which they live. Pillowtex,...

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  • British Airways

    BCarroll, Archie B. The Pyramid of Corporate Social Responsibility: Toward the Moral Management of Organizational Stakeholders, Business Horizons, July-August 1991 For the better part of 30 years now, corporate executives have struggled with the issue of the firm’s responsibility to its society...

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  • A South Africa Investement

    plant’s construction project was to continue then the existing violation of human rights, social injustice, and immoral practices would continue in South Africa, despite Texaco and SoCal’s management opinion that their presence in the country would improve the “economic welfare of blacks.” Human rights violations...

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  • What Constraints Are Placed on the Doctrine of Ethical Egoism

    The Moral Foundation of Effective Leadership, Management, and Entrepreneurship (2nd ed.), the doctrine of ethical egoism is a normative ethical theory. It subscribes that one is to, always act in self-interest and that any actions outside of that, is immoral. Thus, an ethical egoist will always assess...

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  • Moral and Amoral

     College of Business Administration Article Reprints: Carroll, Archie B. The Pyramid of Corporate Social Responsibility: Toward the Moral Management of Organizational Stakeholders, Business Horizons, July-August 1991 For the better part of 30 years now, corporate executives have struggled...

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  • Enron Corporate Scandal

    Ba (honors) in business & management Offered by Cardiff metropolitan university Strategic management Assignment 02 - Enron Submitted to: Mr. Shane De Silva M.F.M.M Fazlan...

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  • Kime

    for walking, yet it is not immoral to use the hands for walking. The tongue is intended for speaking and tasting yet it is not immoral to use it for painting. second is the inherent defect of the body. people without eyes, arms, legs and the sterile ones – must it be immoral for God, who created them...

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  • Ethical and Moral Issues in Business

    background is an activity, which receives an evaluation from the employers. If this moral activity is not a practice an employee is performing in an immoral behavior and can place the employee at risk for termination. Immorality is present in an organization just as it exists in other aspects in a person’s...

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