This is detailed in Chapter 9 of the textbook Ebbers had unlimited power with no oversight Ethical trade-offs None None 6. Rank the three worst villains in the film Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps In each case discussed at some length in this chapter — Enron, Arthur Andersen, WorldCom, and Bernie Madoff — the problems were known to whistle-blowers.
This page intentionally left blank slide 4: No part of this work covered by the copyright herein may be reproduced transmitted stored or used in any form or by any means graphic electronic or mechanical including but not limited to photocopying recording scanning digitizing taping Web distribution information networks or information storage and retrieval systems except as permitted under Section or of the United States Copyright Act without the prior written permission of the publisher.
Windows is a registered trademark of the Microsoft Corporation used herein under license. Library of Congress Control Number: For your course and learning solutions visit academic. Michele Rhoades Developmental Editor: Daniel Noguera Editorial Assistant: Jim Overly Marketing Manager: Clinton Kernen Content Project Manager: Lysa Kosins Text Permissions Manager: Timothy Sisler Technology Project Editor: Rob Ellington Manufacturing Coordinator: Doug Wilke Production Service: This page intentionally left blank slide 8: Ethics in Business Is Relative 17 Myth 4: Information and Computing Are Amoral 19 slide 9: What Caused the Ethical Collapse 28 Case 2: Criticisms and Responses 41 2.
Two Frameworks 63 2.
Mattel Toy Recalls 79 Case 4: Samuel Waksal and ImClone Case 7: Aaron Feuerstein and Malden Mills: Rogue Trader or Misguided Employee Case 9: Seeking Two Kinds of Green: From the Boardroom to the Marketplace 4.
Reputation Counts Ethical Insight 4. Compli- ance Incentive 4. Commitments to Sustainability in the Oil and Gas Industry: Do the Actions Match the Words Case Arguments against Affirmative Action Ethical Insight 7.
Ongoing Challenges with Gender Discrimination Case A Policy on Gays in the Military Case protection and encourage potential whistle-blowers, such as the False Claims Act of ence retaliations or reprisals that may discourage them from coming forward.
Various organizational, personal, and situational factors affect employees’ deci- Social behavior in those interactions can be viewed as “an exchange of activity, tangible.
if you are blowing the whistle on criminal activity. How can a Board ensure that whistleblowers will come forward to tell them about questionable activities?
Ans. The board can ensure that whistle-blowers will come forward to tell them about questionable activities brought to their attention is confidential and that the activity will be investigated. Insure the whistle-blower that no adverse consequence will be directed to them regardless of the %(8).
Download with Google Download with Facebook or download with email. Enron and World Finance - A Case Study in Ethics. 64 CHAPTER 2 Organizational Stakeholders, Management, and Ethics 65 With all the negative publicity, CIBC needed to is meaningful” for moving CIBC forward.
In Fox’s act. One of its first steps was to announce the view, what is necessary to address problems of this departure of the executive who had overseen the nature is a “culture of.