A set of principals or moral standards that
differentiate right from wrong.
An ethical dilemma can exist when an individual faces a decision between... and...
profit maximization, obligations to other human beings.
Avoiding deception and using truth telling as a standard while keeping eye toward honesty and fairness to others.
Ethics that involve choosing a course of action based on the results I expect to achieve and maximizing profits.
End result ethics
Ethics that involve choosing a course of action based on rules and principles.
Ethics that involve choosing a course of action based on the norms and values of the local community.
Social contract ethics
Ethics that involve choosing a course of action based on my personal convictions (conscience).
Unethical behavior is... likely when business is going smoothly and profits are good.
Professor Frame's tips for practicing Christian ethics. (SCT)
- 1. Surround yourself with integrity.
- 2. Choose org. culture wisely.
- 3. Think carefully about decisions.
Few people can make it through a typical day without...
...% of newly introduced individuals lie to one another within minutes simply to create a favorable impression.
...% of all resumes contain significant lies.
Requirements to constitute fraud. (FKIRD)
- 1. False representation.
- 2. Knowledge of its falsity
- 3. Intent to deceive
- 4. Reliance on the false fact
- 5. Damage to the victim
The dilemma of trust is either to... or...
believe them, not believe them.
Ways to protect yourself from liars. (RSLAAGU)
- 1. Research
- 2. Set rules
- 3. Look for untypical behavior
- 4. Ask questions in different ways
- 5. Ask questions you already know
- 6. Get stuff in writing
- 7. Use contingencies
“An individual’s belief in and willingness to act on the words, actions, and decisions of another”
High trust leads to..., low trust leads to... and...
openness, suspicion, withholding info.
The more difficult the problem, the more critical... is.