I don’t understand this Business question and need help to study.
You are to put yourself in the shoes of the division president andmake a recommendation to the board on how to proceed. You willimmediately recognize multiple ethical issues in the facts that containquestions across all of the areas we have studied including employmentethics, environment, cultural relativity, conflicts between virtues andutility, justice and rights, shareholders and stakeholders of all otherstripes, etc.
- What I want you to do is write a paper of atleast four pages (no more than 6) that evaluates these issues using thephilosophers, writers and thinkers we have studied. Contrast what yousee as the two biggest moral value conflicts (systemic justice v humanrights, shareholder rights v. systemic fairness, virtue v. utility, etc)and make a recommendation to the board. Cite your authority from ourmaterials. Incorporate in your analysis what a Christian businessmanager would find most compelling in a realistic business sense aswell. It can be challenging.
I need for you to practice yourbest writing skills, analysis, logic and persuasive skills. Tie thesalient facts as you see them to the moral value you think is mostimportant and show how that logically leads to your conclusion. Keep inmind the shareholders are in it to make money and the board is fullydevoted to keeping them happy. Still, what is the right thing to do.SELL IT!
I suggest you use the brief format as a guide to thestructure because it helps organize your thoughts. This is the briefformat: Format for Briefs:
Issue: A statement of the pertinentfacts and the primary business ethical issue presented by the case orarticle. This may include references to the ancillary issues tohighlight why the student has chosen the primary issue to be the issueof importance.
Rule: A statement of the conflicting moralstandards or “rules” as presented by the applicable portion of thecourse texts, or the videos or other materials presented by theprofessor citing the applicable chapter and page or presentation subjectwhere the rules are found, as well as the full text of the rules. Onestandard is the rule the student recommends for solution of the issue.The other standard is an alternative rule that could generate adifferent outcome.
Analysis/application: The student’s independentanalysis/application of the issues presented and the rule to be appliedto that issue. In addition, the student may wish to include referencesto other issues or rules that he or she considered in preparing theanalysis.
Conclusion: The student’s personal conclusion as to thereported facts in the article and the application of the rule selected.What ethical conclusion do you draw from the preparation of the briefconcerning the article or situation? This conclusion may or may notagree with the statements found in the article selected.
Textbook:Donaldson, T., & Werhane, P. H. (2008). Ethical issues in business:A philosophical approach. Pearson Publishing Inc. (8th edition)
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