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  • Personal Values Development

    Personal Values Development

    Personal Values Development According to National Defense University (n.d.), "Most of an individual's ethical development occurs before entering an organization. The influence of family, church, community, and school will determine individual values. The organization, to a large extent, is dealing with individuals whose value base has been established" (The Character of Values and Ethics, para. 27). As such, an understanding of the developmental aspect of ethics in is useful for employers, employees and people as

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    Submitted: May 24, 2010 By: Marykay
  • Personal Values and Kudler Fine Foods

    Personal Values and Kudler Fine Foods

    Personal Values and Kudler Fine Foods [Deena Lampe] [MGT/521] April 15, 2010 Maureen Steinwall PhD   Personal Values and Kudler Fine Foods In this paper, I will consider what the Kudler Fine Foods (KFF) organization appears to value and relate it to my values. I will relate the results from the Williams Institute Ethics Awareness assessment that I took, to show how my values align with Kudler Fine Foods values. I will also explain

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    Submitted: May 31, 2010 By: Deena
  • Personal Values and Kudler Fine Foods

    Personal Values and Kudler Fine Foods

    Personal Values and Kudler Fine Foods [Deena Lampe] [MGT/521] April 15, 2010 Maureen Steinwall PhD   Personal Values and Kudler Fine Foods In this paper, I will consider what the Kudler Fine Foods (KFF) organization appears to value and relate it to my values. I will relate the results from the Williams Institute Ethics Awareness assessment that I took, to show how my values align with Kudler Fine Foods values. I will also explain

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    Submitted: May 31, 2010 By: Deena
  • Ethical Perspective Paper

    Ethical Perspective Paper

    Ethical Perspective Paper The Ethics Awareness Inventory refers to a series of broad characterizations representing four prominent categories of ethical philosophy. The key word for each category (Character, Obligation, Results, and Equity) represents a primary core value that forms a basis for ethical decision making within this ethical perspective (The Williams Institute for Ethics and Management, 2003). After completing the inventory my ethical perspective is most likely to be based on obligation, and my ethical

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    Submitted: June 9, 2010 By: Janna
  • Personal Leadership Philosophy: Assumptions, Values and Beliefs

    Personal Leadership Philosophy: Assumptions, Values and Beliefs

    Personal Leadership Philosophy: Assumptions, Values and Beliefs Abstract Attitude and choice are the essential components to effective leadership. We choose the kind of leader we will be. Effective leaders choose to value people, to build strong people relationships and to challenge people to grow. The strength of these crucial relationships is dependent upon the degree to which the leaders live out their values, how effectively they articulate a clear vision of the future, and how

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    Submitted: June 11, 2010 By: Mike
  • Professional Ethics and Values

    Professional Ethics and Values

    Professional Ethics and Values Gen 200 21 July 2010 Professional Ethics and Values Some companies and corporations in the United States struggle to hold onto their ethics and values despite revenue losses. With the U.S. economy languishing in a dismal recession with no sign of relief, some companies have lowered their professional ethics and values in order to make the almighty dollar. Recently, after the Chrysler Corporation filed bankruptcy they reduced more than 1,000 retiree

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    Submitted: May 8, 2011 By: nicolesimonel86
  • Personal Application of Criminology Paper

    Personal Application of Criminology Paper

    Personal Application of Criminology Paper Throughout this essay, I will apply my personal application of criminology as a parent of a 16 year old boy whose friend has broken into our house. I came home and find the door ajar with my son's friend looking in the kitchen drawer, He says he's is trying to leave a note to my son, but I discover a lock pick and some of my jewelry on the

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    Submitted: May 9, 2011 By: Maurice256
  • Proffessional Values, Ethics and Career Success

    Proffessional Values, Ethics and Career Success

    Professional Values, Ethics and Career Success Gen 200 27 April 2011 Mrs. Mclean Professional Values and Ethics Understanding the importance of good ethics in the work place and how ethics affects performance among employees or group members is essential in day to day business operations. First let's define ethics; the Webster Dictionary defines Ethics as [The science of human duty; the body of rules of duty drawn from this science; a particular system of

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    Submitted: May 10, 2011 By: ucantplay
  • Personal Values

    Personal Values

    In this paper I will briefly discuss my personal values, ground rules and ethics development. The focus will be discussing what sources that help shaped my values and the criteria and decision-making factors I can make the most of to revise them. To understand this paper and the analysis within it, you have to first understand the meaning of a "value" and how it relates to an individual personally. According to Webster Dictionary, a "value"

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    Submitted: May 15, 2011 By: mikelawrence3
  • Ethics and Compliance Paper

    Ethics and Compliance Paper

    Ethics and Compliance Ethics and Compliance FIN/370 Team E: Travis Murphy, Jennifer Barrier, Amy Strohn, and Rosa Ortiz February, 24 2014 Richard Jenkins In today’s business world, all businesses, organizations, and corporations must conduct business with the utmost honesty and in an ethical manner. If the associate is new to the field or recently moved into a new position, each associate has the reasonability and held to a high level in compiling with the policy’s

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    Submitted: September 10, 2014 By: stang1984
  • Organizational Culture and Ethical Decision Making

    Organizational Culture and Ethical Decision Making

    PAGE 16 Organizational Culture and Ethical Decision Making Melinda L Hutton Chadron State College Abstract Business culture, values, and leadership is what is believed to establish ethics in the workplace. Organizational managers need to be knowledgable about all aspects of business ethics. This includes codes of conduct, leadership, ethical decision-making, and culture differences which surround ethics. Communication and awareness are keys to implementing and maintaining ethics in the workplace. Organizational culture, decision making, and managerial

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    Submitted: September 21, 2014 By: Lindy Hutton
  • Ethical Vignette Paper

    Ethical Vignette Paper

    ETHICAL VIGNETTE PAPER 1 Ethical Vignette Paper 1 [Student Name] [School Name] [Course / Assignment] 1 April 2014 [Instructor Name] 1. Summary: In the video, the judge and her two law agents examine the principles and special cases to privacy, benefit, compulsory reporting and obligation to caution in the specialist customer relationship. Three separate cases are given that arrangement every issue specified previously. The cases are in light of genuine cases that have had choices

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    Submitted: July 9, 2015 By: wak_solutions
  • Purpose and Value of Integrated Marketing Paper

    Purpose and Value of Integrated Marketing Paper

    Purpose and Value of Integrated Marketing Purpose and Value of Integrated Marketing Paper Vickie Young Malone University of Phoenix MKT/498 Integrated Marketing Strategy Instruction-Deborah Marrano-Lucas August 3, 2015 Organizations have depended on marketing campaigns to effectively advertise their products and services for decades. IMC (Integrated Marketing Communications) is considered the most-recent method to advertise commodities and service in an effective manner. Marketing is a major area for any company who wishes for it brand to

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    Submitted: August 17, 2015 By: Vickie Young-Malone
  • My Ethical Decision Making Paper

    My Ethical Decision Making Paper

    MY ETHICAL DECISION MAKING PAPER My Ethical Decision Making Paper Erica Bell CJS/211 Paul Noel September 21, 2015 University of Phoenix ________________ Abstract This going to talk about the my Ethic Awareness Inventory. I found this to be the very in interesting. According to (Psychology Dictionary)”Ethical Dilemma is defined as the situation where two moral principles are in conflict with each other and it is used to assess moral beliefs or moral reasoning skills”. I

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    Submitted: September 25, 2015 By: Erica Bell
  • Busi 472 - Efficacy of Monsanto’s Ethical Culture

    Busi 472 - Efficacy of Monsanto’s Ethical Culture

    CASE ASSIGNMENT 1 Case Assignment 1 BUSI 472 Liberty University Efficacy of Monsanto’s Ethical Culture In 1901, John F. Queeny in St. Louis, Missouri founded the company known as Monsanto. To fulfill the needs of today’s society, this company has renovated its products and services throughout the last century. Monsanto is a huge corporation, beginning as a chemical company at the turn of the twentieth century. From the “old” Monsanto’s foundation, they believed that chemicals

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    Submitted: December 2, 2015 By: McKayla Hoenshell
  • Business Ethics Module Paper

    Business Ethics Module Paper

    Business Ethics Module Paper Section 1 Ayn Rand's theory of Objectivism resonates with me above all other ethical decision making systems due to its straightforward approach about applying reason, reality, and enlightened self interest. As an atheist, my view of life is that I must enjoy every second on Earth as much as possible because this is essentially why human beings are here. As Thomas writes, "To achieve happiness requires a requires a morality of

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    Submitted: December 2, 2015 By: Adam Marsden
  • Ethics of Punishment Paper

    Ethics of Punishment Paper

    REINFORCEMENT PROCEDURES Ethics of Punishment ________________ Ethics of Punishment Punishment can be described as aversive stimuli administered as a response to unwanted behavior or the penalty for an offense. As leaders and developers of subordinates, it is important to instill discipline. In the Army, leading others, developing subordinate leaders, and achieving desired behaviors are important to cohesion and productive senior-subordinate relationships. It is important to understand how ethics are integral to administering punishment as ethics

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    Submitted: January 11, 2016 By: otwsince66
  • Ethical Implications and Social Responsibilities of Managing Conflict Minerals in the Global Value Chain

    Ethical Implications and Social Responsibilities of Managing Conflict Minerals in the Global Value Chain

    Abstract The booming trade of conflict minerals has resulted into one of the world’s worst cases of bloodshed and poverty with armed militants taking control of eastern Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). This is largely due to the modern world dependence on digital products. This paper aims to shed some light on the possible ethical implications and social responsibilities of relevant stakeholders and the governments have in relation to the usage of conflict minerals. Situation

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    Submitted: February 15, 2016 By: Freddy Tan Xingchai
  • Personal Values and Nursing Practice

    Personal Values and Nursing Practice

    Personal Values and Nursing Practice At the age of thirteen I remember I could make decisions independently. My father, a military person, was very strict, structured, and conservative and has authority and command in my family. I could say that growing up in a patriarchal family has taught me the value of discipline, respect to elders, honesty, and autonomy. These are some of the values that shaped me as an individual. My late father expected

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    Submitted: June 4, 2016 By: hragay
  • Younger-Generation Korean Experiences in the United States: Personal Narratives on Ethic and Racial Identities

    Younger-Generation Korean Experiences in the United States: Personal Narratives on Ethic and Racial Identities

    Younger-Generation Korean Experiences in the United States: Personal Narratives on Ethic and Racial Identities By Pyong Gap Min Lexington Books: June 11, 2014 Reviewed by Justin Randolph Pyong Gap Min published a novel, that brings a lot of racist and nationalistic views into a society blinded by its own rationale. These stories that she shares between generations of young Koreans in America is riveting and very scholarly based on the way she has combined their

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    Submitted: October 25, 2017 By: Justin Randolph
  • Reflection Paper on "the Shareholder Value Myth"

    Reflection Paper on "the Shareholder Value Myth"

    Jason Ng Professor Brancatelli Ethics in Business 10th October 2017 Reflection on “The Shareholder Value Myth” This particular excerpt from Cornell Law Library written by Stout discusses about the theory that taught most companies were owned by their shareholders, which is why it’s natural for companies to aim for maximization of shareholder’s value as it ultimately turns back into self-interest. Stout first introduced the fact that Fortune 500 companies’ life spans were declining significantly from

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    Submitted: October 31, 2017 By: Jason Ng
  • Co-Culture Paper

    Co-Culture Paper

    Jiajun Song COMM-102 9/17/2017 Co-Culture Paper Taking about Co-Culture, I would like to introduce Asian Basketball Players in Bloomington and Body builders. This two Co-Cultures not related me much, but all my close friends they get involved every day. I started to think of them when I get this topic paper. So I want to research this two and share with you. First, Asian Basketball Players in Bloomington. Most of young college players they all

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    Submitted: April 9, 2018 By: Jiajun Song
  • The Concept of a Person and Ethics

    The Concept of a Person and Ethics

    The concept of a person and ethics The term ‘person’ is an ambiguous term used in many different ways to refer to a number of realities. Some people refer to supernatural beings like gods and angels as persons, others regards as individuals only those belonging to our own species –Homo sapiens—while others, namely animal activists, consider animals as persons too. Clearly, the concept of what makes a ‘person’ differs from one person to another. Different

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    Submitted: May 15, 2018 By: Andrew James Sammut
  • Arthur Dyck’s Paper an Alternative to the Ethic of Euthanasia

    Arthur Dyck’s Paper an Alternative to the Ethic of Euthanasia

    The topic of euthanasia raises many moral questions as it involves a deliberate action or inaction which causes or allows for the death of a person. This action or inaction is done for the benefit of a person suffering from a painful, terminal illness by painless means such as a lethal dose of medication or the withdrawal of life sustaining treatments. Philosopher Arthur J. Dyck has published many objections to euthanasia, claiming that it is

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    Submitted: February 4, 2019 By: maddien
  • Accounting Ethics

    Accounting Ethics

    Accounting Ethics When examining the effect of open marketing on the profession of accounting it is important to view it from three perspectives: the client's, the profession's, and society's. Additionally, two key areas that are affected by marketing must be addressed, these are concerning competition, and ethical implications. Marketing in public accounting is here to stay therefore making an argument against its existence would be fruitless; however, in order to achieve maximum benefit to the

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    Submitted: December 4, 2008 By: Tasha

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