He didn’t think he needed to ask Express the moral problem so that everyone will believe that his or her moral concerns have been recognized and included. * This is a moral problem because his actions of using company funds for personal use wasn’t economically efficient productive system, it didn’t produce more of the products that people most want an less use of the resources people least value, which is a definite value to society. In addition to this, his actions wasn’t informed to everyone. * Effective use of resources, What are the economic benefits? * What are the legal requirements?
The Canadian red cross is a very successful NGO and helped millions of people throughout the years, including the Pakistani refugees in India, victims of the Guatemala earthquake that killed 22,000, the Southeast Asia refugees and victims of war in 1970. In 1998, In September the Canadian Red Cross helped the Chinese Sister Society’s after 14 million people were left homeless due to catastrophic flooding of 29 provinces in China. Canadians donated more than $1 million to help the relief efforts. In the winter of 1998 an unprecedented ice storm hit southern Quebec, eastern Ontario, and parts of Atlantic Canada. Over 3,000 Red Cross volunteers hurried to rescue and relief efforts.
Grant Williams article Turmoil at the American Red Cross published in Chronicle of Philanthropy November 1, 2001 issue states, the Red Cross, its president, Dr. Bernadine P. Healy, were under fire for allocated ways charity funds were raise to help victims of the September 11 terrorist attacks, and how Dr. Healy had different plans for spending the funds. Another were people concern of how donations would spent that the public, Governing Board, and other local chapters would think was consistent in use of help people in 911 disasters. Truth found that Dr. Healy’s attention of funds focused raised focus on funds to expand research through long-term blood and anti-terrorism programs rather than on the needs of 9/11 victims, and communicating programs clearly to the public. Behaviors were questionable and concerns were drawn by the public and organization of its president leadership style. Investigation proved a different account was created for funds raise other than the allocated Disaster Relief Fund account.
QBT Task 4 – Final Version 2 Robb Farrell Western Governors University Student ID# 000242903 THE REAL BOTTOM-LINE OF TODAY’S BUSINESS Research reveals that companies that focus on adhering to ethical standards and investing in socially responsible practices to the benefit of all stakeholders have a significant business advantage it today’s market place. Socially and ethically conscious originations have compelling business results in related to employee loyalty, company profits and consumer affinity. There was a time in our capitalist society that an organization’s number one priority and predominant focus was profits and shareholder interest. Indeed things have and are changing. In today’s market climate, companies have had to increase their consciousness as to what really matters.
Not only does culture help improve an organization's productivity, effectiveness and efficiency but it allows it to be set apart from its competition. Both the workers of the company and the customers play a significant role in the representation of the organization and the fulfillment attained when culture is properly perpetuated and reproduced. This study henceforth explores exactly how participants of an organization help with the co-creation of a previously established culture within an organization. It will further examine how experiences and socialization also play a huge factor during the process of cultural co-creation. Concrete analysis was done through the use of ethnographic interviews, keen observations, and the obtaining of corporate documents.
Multiple Governments and Intergovernmental Relationships Multiple Governments and Intergovernmental Relationships One of the purposes of the government is to provide basic services during a catastrophe, during such an event it is imperative that the different levels of government interrelate with each other in order to offer all the services in the aftermath of such disaster. The writer will use the Post Katrina Hurricane to explain the role of intergovernmental agencies as they respond to this disaster. In the aftermath of Katrina, The Federal Emergency Management Agency or FEMA gathered themselves with a large group of 400 volunteer groups. After the disaster of hurricane Katrina a large group of 26 thousand people were all living in mobile homes given by some of the government’s organizations. The well known Red Cross was packed in their emergency shelters with 14 thousand people, so other groups and organizations had to help as well.
Explain the role of ethics and social responsibility in developing a strategic plan while considering stakeholder needs and agendas. Ethics and social responsibility of a business effects wide groups of stakeholders. Stakeholders that include employees, investors, shareholders, suppliers and customers will be influenced by the formulation of strategic plan. The ethical responsibility of the business reaches beyond the responsibilities to stakeholders, it also impact the community and many downstream industries that may be affected by the plan. Ethical considerations must be given by managers as to how the strategic plan will influence the stakeholders.
Ethical standards are the code of conduct required by the organization for workers to follow. The relationship between organizational culture and ethics is that the organizational culture guides workers when faced with ethical problems. If the organization culture counters what they are required to do ethically, workers may put the organization in jeopardy by not act ethically. When a worker is faced with a decision that others within the organization think as appropriate, though it is unethical, the worker may follow what is acceptable as per the culture. It is the relationship between organizational culture and ethics that can get businesses into significant trouble in the long term.
Workplace Diversity Jazmine Thomas Post University Workplace Diversity 1. Describe an approach to a business diversity program that would be pragmatic and ethical. Most business people would want to be both pragmatic and ethical. Pragmatic ethics is a theory of normative philosophical ethics. Ethical pragmatists think that norms, principles, and moral criteria are likely to be improved as a result of inquiry.
The rules and regulations of ethics and behavior are affected by the basic values of the goals of company with in the community. Even though there are some organizations that think the only social goal of a company is to gain benefit. With a different school of thought, other members think that the goal of a company is larger than just gaining profit and that everyone that is influenced by the firm's activity, suppliers, employees, shareholders, customers, and the domestic society have a concern and commitment in the firms activity. These commitments are very important to a company regardless of whether it is international or domestic in its activities. However, international companies have to deal with specific difficulties and requirements above and beyond those operating only in local markets.