Personal Values: Kudler Fine Foods

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Kudler Fine Foods Personal Values Kathy Kudler started Kudler Fine Foods back in 1998. She had a vision to establish her own gourmet food store as people can see with her vision statement. “Kudler Fine Foods will be the premiere gourmet grocery store for those savvy shoppers who are searching for the finest meats, produce, cheeses, and wine.” (Kudler, 2003). Within this paper, I will analyze the values that I have and consider the values of the organization within Kudler Fine Foods and how these values would influence my authority if I became manager. I will also use the findings from the Williams Institute Ethics Awareness Inventory Assessment also called EAI. The EAI is a learning tool that helps people analyzes ethical perspectives…show more content…
In other words, this theory looks to an individual’s character, rather than to an individual’s duty, conduct, or actions. The ethical perspective Obligations is most closely in accord with a theory of ethics especially that see dealing with duty, moral obligation, and right action, called the deontological theory. The focus is on a person’s responsibility or obligation to do what is purely ethical. The ethical perspective Results is most closely in accord with utilitarianism for which the primary concern is the consequences of our actions, seeking to maximize the greatest balance of good over evil. The last one Equity is most closely in accord with the postmodern theory that emerged in the early 1970s and developed as a critique of the traditional principles associated with philosophical thinking in ‘modern’ times (generally considered as a part of the Enlightenment project of the 18th century). After taking the EAI my ethical perspective is on character. According to the Williams Institute Ethics Awareness Inventory Assessment, I tend to base my ethical perspective on an individual’s character,…show more content…
I would say yes, she and I have many values alike as where mentioned earlier, we are both a hard worker, honest and love to give excellent customer service. In addition, how would it affect my performance if I were a manager? It would affect it in a good way by me being there; I would be able to help Kathy with some of the back room work, like being able to take over the ordering of the products, doing more with the bookwork and dealing with the everyday issues that could become a problem if not resolved. Therefore, she would be able to be in the front with the customers as she should be. This would be a win-win

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