Unethical Issue Of Tata Essays and Term Papers

  • Smrity

    Minor Project Report On “NEEDS OF VALUE AND ETHICS IN TATA POWER” In TATA POWER Submitted In Partial Fulfillment Of the Requirement Of Bachelor of Business Administration Under the supervision of: Submitted by: Mr...

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  • Student

    Executive Summary KEY WORDS Ethical Decision-making Ethical Behaviour Organizational Ethics Individual Values Tata Code of Conduct Ethics in Organizations: The Case of Tata Steel Sunil Kumar Maheshwari and M P Ganesh The concern for ethical decision-making among the regulators, social...

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  • Report on the Case Study Tata Steel’s Ehtics and Sustainability in the Steel Industry

    MARKETING MANAGEMENT REPORT ON THE CASE STUDY TATA STEEL’S EHTICS AND SUSTAINABILITY IN THE STEEL INDUSTRY Submitted by: ANTHONY QUANSAH London School of Commerce Presented to: LAWRENCE M. AKWETEY and GEOFF LANCASTER DATE: SEPTEMBER 14, 2012 MBA1 Executive Summary The gender balance...

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  • Ethical Standards in Conducting Business Leads to Corporate Sustainability

    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, shareholders, or competitors is an unethical and immoral person. “The love of property and consciousness of right...

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  • Corporate Level Strategy of Coco-Cola

    foundation of our prosperity" – J.N. Tata . A strong focus on Value Creation and Corporate Citizenship has helped the Tata Steel Group build an enviable corporate reputation founded in honest and transparent approaches. The values and principles, which have Governed Tata Steel’s business for a century,...

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  • Global Communication

    compare how they handled their problems. The companies that we will be looking at are; Ericsson-telecommunications equipment manufacturer, Delta airlines, Tata Steel Manufacturing company, Philips Energy, International Business Machines (IBM) and General Motors (GM). Key Course Concepts identified: ...

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  • Ethical Leadership

    supplier over the other, for reasons other than technical or policy related, if one is in such a position of decision making. On the other hand, being unethical in the workplace can include anything as mundane as taking personal phone calls while at your desk taking office supplies home for your personal use...

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  • Ethics and Management

    in the recent years particularly because of the media reports highlighting the collapse of 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...

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  • Corporate Social Responsibility in Automotive Industry

    Anvesh | Tata Motors | Executive Summary Automotive Industry is one of the biggest economic sectors in the world and the impact they have to the communities in their best practices has a huge advantage promoting corporate social responsibility. We looked and discussed various issues of CSR in the...

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  • Motivation Theory

    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 analyse two motivational theories in detail that...

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  • Unethical Issues in the Banking Industry

    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 paper presents and discusses the certain ethical issues and concerns with...

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  • Ethics

    our motivation for acting ethically? Business ethics is based on broad principles of integrity and fairness. It focuses on internal stakeholder issues such as product quality, customer satisfaction, employee benefits, environmental responsibilities that a company can actually influence. It is the...

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  • Csr in Emerging Economy India

    Shriram provides healthcare 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...

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  • Ethics research study

    as an over-riding ethical claim, often invoked to justify potentially ethically questionable decisions. Another researcher Jones has provided the issue-contingent model of ethical decision making in organizations which is as shown in fig. He bases this model on a four-stage process of ethical decision...

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  • Natural Gas Business in Indonesia

    (BPMIGAS Bulletin Issue, 2011) If the reserves are produced with current production levels then the Indonesia's oil reserves will run out for 12 years, while Indonesia's natural gas reserves are still able to survive to meet the needs of up to 46 years. (BPMIGAS Bulletin issue 73: August 2011) Figure...

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  • case report

    Case facts relevant to the management issue 1.0 Introduction (NOTE – taken from the Ojuice case - Leadership). OJuice is a long run, experienced company in the juice industry that is Poor term selection currently facing some serious management issues. A changing environment has seen competitors...

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  • Business Ethics

    group, country to country and time to time. What is considered ethical today may have been considered unethical a few centuries back. What is ethical in one religious group may be considered unethical in other group. So, ethics are time and space dependent. Ethics are what you have learnt from the society...

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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: http://www...

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  • Tata Nano

    TATA NANO SINGUR A REPORT Aug 20, 2011 EGMP -22 Malathy Subramanian Divyanshu Sharma Kurian Sebastian Savitha Muralidhar Sanjay Prasad TATA NANO- SINGUR: Business environment & Impact Introduction: TATA NANO: A common man’s dream "If ever there were a symbol of India’s ambitions...

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  • The Role of Ethics in Business

    governance of unethical behaviour comprising of corporate fraud, dubious accounting, and abuse of power that shocked the world and rattled the realm of business ethics. As a result, the role of ethics in the pursuit of business has come to the forefront of many of today’s current issues. Business...

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