• Smrity
    along" and discourage questioning the unethical actions of others. This can quickly compromise ethical standards in any organization. * CAUSES OF UNETHICAL BEHAVIOR INDIVIDUAL • COMPLEXITY OF STRATEGIC ISSUES OBSCURES ETHICS • COMPETITION FOR SCARCE RESOURCES/ POWER/POSITION • CONFLICTING...
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  • Student
    the ethical issues • disciplinary processes to address unethical behaviour. Among the different factors of organizational ethical climate, codes of ethics contribute significantly towards institutionalizing ethics in organizations. They serve three major purposes in organizations, namely: a...
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  • Global Communication
    behaved unethically when faced with similar issues. Their poor communication choices show their unethical behavior. The result is poor employee morale and backlash from their respective unions. Delta airlines and Tata were faced with similar situations. Both ethics strategies were the same in...
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  • Ethical Standards in Conducting Business Leads to Corporate Sustainability
    . For example, lying to and cheating loved ones in considered as wrong and being honest as right. Putting the above idea into perspective, if dishonesty is considered to be unethical and immoral in the society, then any business-man/woman who is dishonest to his or her employees, customers...
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  • Report on the Case Study Tata Steel’s Ehtics and Sustainability in the Steel Industry
    of actions that was to be followed during the presentation was part of my responsibility. On my part, I was to explain what business ethics was, what unethical business practice was and how it could be enforced in an organisation. Theoretical Issues The main objective of the research was to...
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  • Ethical Leadership
    . In its journey towards institutionalisation, the substance of the code is constantly communicated at all levels of the organisation, apart from parties with whom the Tatas do business with. Unethical practices may include conflicts of interest in audits even where consulting links are abolished...
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  • Corporate Level Strategy of Coco-Cola
    updated in consultation with group companies around the world. The revised Code of Conduct was adopted by the Tata Steel Group Board in October 2008. It addresses contemporary issues of concern for global business along with the importance of implementing a sustainability protocol The Tata...
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  • Corporate Social Responsibility in Automotive Industry
    ethics, conflicts of interests, gifts and favors | COMPANY RANKINGS BY CSR ISSUES(10 is the highest rank) | FORD | DAIMLER | TATA | TOYOTA | Human Rights * Commitment to the UNGS * Product safety * Educational and health programs  | 8 | 10 | 3 | 5 | Labour Standards * Low-cost labor...
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  • Unethical Issues in the Banking Industry
    Tiffany Pace Timothy McAlister MSD 113 – Business Ethics Research Paper 3/11/10 Unethical Issues in the Banking Industry Ethical issues in banking are currently receiving a great deal of attention, and those who manage these organizations seem to be under constant public scrutiny. This...
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  • Business Ethics
    oversubscribed. And at such a time, Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) launches its IPO through book building route. Price Band was Rs 775 to 900. At the upper band of Rs 900, issue was oversubscribed by almost 5 times. And yet, the company Page 12 of 46 - Business Ethics (Ver 1.2 - 31.03.2007...
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  • Ethics
    era of shortsighted corporate autocracy is gradually coming to an end. High ethical standards are now recognized as an asset for a company (though "goodwill" is not considered as a balance-sheet item), and unethical behavior is a liability. EXAMPLE OF A CASE STUDY ON THE TATA GROUP Business...
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  • Ethics and Management
    many corporates as a result of their taking recourse to unethical practices to gain in the short-term at the cost of long term survival. Being ethical in business is as important as being ethical in private life or other dimensions of life. Thus, basic principles and concepts in business ethics are...
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  • Natural Gas Business in Indonesia
    of oil only amounted to 140 million barrels only. On January 1, 2011, proved reserves position and potential of gas in Indonesia reached 153.72 trillion cubic feet of proven and potential reserves and crude oil for 7.41 billion Barrels. (BPMIGAS Bulletin Issue, 2011) If the reserves are produced...
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  • Csr in Emerging Economy India
    facilities like ICU, ambulances and schools with emphasis on girl child education, Tata runs a 850-bedded hospital with facilities like burn centre and dispensaries.(Tata Social Responsibility - Healthcare) and in order to measure the extent of these CSR initiatives “The Karmayog CSR Ratings” are evaluated...
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  • The Role of Ethics in Business
    analyzing ethical issues that deal with uncertainties Now as opposed to using an example of a financial organisation’s unethical pathway to embezzlement or fraud I have chosen a slightly different issue illustrating systematic and corporate ethics in the world of business. The assertive anti-tobacco...
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  • Ethics
    History/Back Ground The Incident that took Place (Where? When? How?) What was the involvement – Loss to the Organisation What are the Unethical Issues found/ or What are the ethical problems faced? Who are the People involved? Under What Conditions/Situation it has taken place...
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  • Motivation Theory
    MOTIVATIONAL THEORIES EXECUTIVE SUMMARY In this report, we focus on a particular salesman, assumed as Mr. Rohit Puri, who works in TATA Motors, India. We first address the current situation of the company and Mr. Puri’s job, also the issues faced by him in the company. In the second part we...
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  • Satyam Case Study - Management Issues
    public trust and loss of credibility. A massive rebuild of the company must be initiated by the appointment of new company directors, by regaining trust of public and investors, and re-establish the company image within the IT services industry. Management Issues Unethical acts of fraud committed by...
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  • Reference 1
    Transcending Transformation: Enlightening Endeavours at Tata Steel Author(s): S. Elankumaran, Rekha Seal and Anwar Hashmi Source: Journal of Business Ethics, Vol. 59, No. 1/2, Voluntary Codes of Conduct for Multinational Corporations (Jun., 2005), pp. 109-119 Published by: Springer Stable URL...
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  • Mba sem
    Social Responsibility – II (07) a) Ethical issues in Functional Areas i) Marketing, HRM, Finance ii) Information Technology iii) Intellectual Property Rights b) Unethical Behavior in Organizations i) Understanding Unethical Behavior ii) Individual Factors Contributing to Unethical...
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