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Title      : MB106 Business Ethics and Values
Subject      : Business Ethics and Values
Author      : KSOU
Publisher      : K S O U
Chapters/Pages      : 22/447
Total Price      : Rs.      : 329
 
 
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Theories of Business Ethics Total views (250)  
After studying this unit, students will be in a position to discuss Immanual Kant's categorical Imperative theory.They will also be able to discuss the categorical imperative and morality law.
Pages: 11
Price: Rs 0  
 
Ethics of Great Philosophers, Albert.Z.Zarr, Aristotle, Niccolo, Machiavelli, Karl Marx,Suntzu Total views (250)  
After studying this unit, students should be able to know the conventional ethics of Albert Z Carr. They will also be able to explain the doctrine of the mean of Aristotle and discuss the ends-means ethics of Niccolo Machiavelli.
Pages: 16
Price: Rs 12  
 
Indian Management Foundation For Value Based Management And Ethical Letters From Ancient Texts Total views (250)  
After studying this unit, students should be able to explain Development of Indian concepts in Management and discuss Indianism as Mantra of Infinity and Diversity. They will also be able to discuss Indianism- Basis is on the concept of confluencism and identify what Motivates people.
Pages: 32
Price: Rs 24  
 
Ethics in Global Business - Ethical Principles Governing Global Business Total views (240)  
In simple, global business is nothing but a business conducted across national boundaries.Global business comprises a large and growing portion of the world's total business.Today global events and competition affect almost all companies-large or small- because most sellout put to and secure supplies from foreign countries. Many companies also compete against products and services that come from ......
Pages: 9
Price: Rs 6.75  
 
Model Business Principles by Us Department Of Commerce - Thecaux Principles, International Codes Total views (243)  
After going through this unit, students should be able to explain the model business principles formulated by the U.S.Department of Commerce. They will also be able to discuss Caux principles as a means of reducing escalating trade tensions.
Pages: 10
Price: Rs 7.5  
 
Ethics in Relation To Adopting Host Countries Culture And Norms - Distinctive Practices - Strategies Total views (241)  
After going through this unit,students should be able to describe how culture determines the ethical practices of a nation and distinctive practices in ethics based on culture. They will also be able to discuss the variation in ethical practices between East and West.
Pages: 9
Price: Rs 6.75  
 
Issues Relating To Negotiations and Gift Giving Total views (241)  
'Negotiations' in a global business are a means by which a company may initiate, carry on, or terminate operations in a foreign country. The negotiation process often leads to multi-tired bargaining. In the sense, a multinational company may need to reach an agreement with a local company to purchase an interest in it, sell technology or products to it or loan money to it.
Pages: 12
Price: Rs 9  
 
Providing Access to Less-Developed Countries-Avoiding Sanctions-Protection of Intellectual Properties Total views (243)  
A company operating internationally must decide between the advantages of globally standardized practices and those practices that respond to different national preferences. These advantages may vary byproduct, function, and country of operation.
Pages: 8
Price: Rs 6  
 
National Differences in Business Ethics, Pressure of Ethical Convergence Total views (241)  
Ethics is good in itself. It is desirable for its own sake; that is to say,even if it is not true that ethics is important to create a smoothly and efficiently running economy; even if it were not true that ethics can do what the law is unable to do, even then, 'we should value ethics in business'.
Pages: 5
Price: Rs 3.75  
 
Ethics in HRM - Cash And Incentive Plans - Performance Appraisal Total views (245)  
Ethics as a philosophical endeavor is the study of morality. Such a study is either descriptive or normative. Descriptive ethics may involve an empirical enquiry into the actual rules or standards of a particular group, or it could also consist of understanding the ethical reasoning process. Normative ethics is concerned largely with possibility of justification.
Pages: 13
Price: Rs 9.75  
 
Ethical Dilemma Relating to Race and Disability Employment Issues, Privacy Issues - Restructuring and Layoff's - Wages Empowerment of the Weakest and Inquest - Sexual Harassment Total views (245)  
To address the ethical issues in discrimination and affirmative action, it is better we explain what is discrimination. The term discrimination describes a large number of wrongful acts in employment,housing,education, medical care and other important areas of public life. What we have in common here is that a person is deprived of some benefit or opportunity because of membership in some group to......
Pages: 17
Price: Rs 12.75  
 
Ethics in Marketing - Process relative Ethics(Use of Marketing Strategies) -Product Relative Ethics (Appropriateness of Marketing of Certain Products) Total views (246)  
After going through this unit,students should be able to understand and explain the need for practicing ethics in marketing. They will also be able to know the marketing strategies used in process relative ethics.
Pages: 15
Price: Rs 11.25  
 
Competition Relative Ethics (Pricing, Advertising, Piracy, Predatory) Total views (251)  
After going through this unit,students should be able to explain competition relative ethics, discuss ethical pricing and describe ethical advertising.
Pages: 16
Price: Rs 12  
 
Ethics in Finance Accounting and Investment Decision (Disclosure Norms, Insider Trading Norms, Disclosure in Financial Statements) Total views (260)  
A company secures whatever capital it needs and employs it (finance activity) in activities which generate returns on invested capital(production and marketing activities). A company requires a number of real assets to carry on its business. Real assets can be tangible or intangible. Plant, machinery, office,factory, furniture, and buildings are examples of tangible assets while technical know how......
Pages: 18
Price: Rs 13.5  
 
Ethics in Production And Operations Management,(Worker Safety, Product Safety, and Quality Environment Closing Facilities, Workers Rights, Quality of Materials, Treatment of Workers) Total views (265)  
Ethics in production and operations management deals with the moral values that are to be adhered by the production and operations managers. If production deals with what to produce, operations deals with the process of production.Thus, production and operations management refers to not only the production of goods and services but also the direction and control of the process that transform inpu......
Pages: 12
Price: Rs 9  
 
Ethical Decision Making Total views (262)  
Business ethics is not just about being moral and doing the right thing. It is also true to say that increasingly organizations throughout the world are finding that adopting an ethical approach has many advantages from a business strategy point of view. Having an ethical policy can reduce the attention of pressure groups and often save to the company's very existence.
Pages: 42
Price: Rs 31.5  
 
Power and Politics in Organizations Total views (252)  
Power is a fundamental concept in social sciences. Power is the most important and unyielding necessity of organizational life. The concept of power is universally used but is least understood. It is relatively a neglected area devoid of substantial empirical work. Darwin Cartright asserts that power is a neglected variable in social psychology.
Pages: 32
Price: Rs 24  
 
Managing Ethics Total views (263)  
Ethical issues occur frequently in management. They extend far beyond the commonly witnessed problems of bribery, collusion and theft, reaching into areas such as corporate acquisitions and mergers,marketing policies and capital investments. It is presumed that the senior executives at most-business firms want members of those firms to act in ways that they would consider to be "right" and "proper......
Pages: 16
Price: Rs 12  
 
Laws Enforcing Ethical Conduct Total views (251)  
Ethics has been defined as the science of human conduct. How men behave and what should be the ideal human behavior are considered by the science of ethics. Thus, there is the ideal moral code and the positive moral code. The former belongs to the realm of natural law. while the latter deals with the rules of positive or actual conduct. What is the public opinion as to good or proper human conduct......
Pages: 27
Price: Rs 20.25  
 
Nature of Business Ethics and Values Total views (213)  
After going through this unit, students should be able to learn the meaning, nature, scope and purpose of business ethics. They will also be able to know the relationship between business and ethics and identify the various approaches and views relating to business ethics.
Pages: 43
Price: Rs 32.25  
 
Source of Ethics Total views (211)  
Ethics is considered to be a natural marketconsequenceof business. Ethics deals with individual character and moral rules that govern and limit our conduct. It investigates questions of moral right and wrong duty and obligation, and moral responsibility. Business ethics is the study of what constitutes right and wrong(or good and bad) human conduct in a business context.
Pages: 33
Price: Rs 24.75  
 
Factors Influencing Business Ethics Total views (214)  
Business ethics has come to be accepted as an integral part of management. It has established its own domain specifying the scope of its enquiry and the issues it is concerned with.However, many often cast of suspicion on the relationship between ethics and business and raise a doubt and point out that business and ethics don't go together.
Pages: 51
Price: Rs 38.25  
 


 
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