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TOPIC: Ethics


  • Integrate prior learning to evaluate issues related to ethics, corporate social responsibility, corporate governance, sustainability, globalization and Indigenization as related to the role of business in society


  • Required computer hardware and software



  • If not yet finished, complete all the microcredentials.



  • Self-Fulfilling Prophecies
    Source: Stark, G. (2011). Put Me in Coach, I'm Ready to Play. In Marques, J., Dhiman, S. & Biberman, J. Stories to tell your students: Transforming toward organizational growth. Palgrave. pg. 89-91.
  • Reflection Points = "Self-fulfilling prophecies are often unintended and we are often not aware of the original beliefs or perceptions that result in a self-fulfilling prophecy. They can be especially harmful to women or minorities. An awareness of the process can help short-circuit it."
  • Implicit Association Test https://implicit.harvard.edu/implicit/takeatest.html
  • Weight ('Fat - Thin' IAT). This IAT requires the ability to distinguish faces of people who are obese and people who are thin.
  • Debrief = Now that we see that people have both self-fulfilling prophecies they tell themselves and implicit bias against others, how do you see this being relevant to discussions of business and professional ethics?
    Where are the overlaps?



  • Activity = Moral Machine
    https://www.moralmachine.net/
  • Using the voting options in Teams, we'll decide as a group what to do in each scenario. Then, we'll debrief on how it went and what it means to make such decisions in the business world.



  • Ways to think through problem solving using available tools.
  • Chevallier, A., & Enders, A.(December 2019). Not all problems are created equal: How to identify and approach dilemmas. IMD.
    https://www.imd.org/research-knowledge/articles/not-all-problems-are-created-equal/
  • 1. Frame
    2. Diagnose
    3. Explore
    4. Decide
    5. Convince
  • Problem-Solving the Mythbusters way
    https://youtu.be/BhAt-7i36G8?t=364
    (starting about 6 minutes in)



  • Workplace Ethics [18 minutes]. (2015). Kanopy Streaming. Available from the CapU Library


  • STATUS REPORT on Case Study Analysis on Corporate Ethics (4%) is due Monday
  • No extensions possible -- Instructor needs time to write and return feedback
  • Student choice = It can be an outline or draft, whatever helps you get the best quality and most quantity of feedback from me as your instructor.

 
   
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