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This exlain the ways in which corporations develop ethical cultures, cultures in which individuals are encouraged and supported in making ethically responsible decisions.

This exlain the ways in which corporations develop ethical cultures, cultures in which individuals are encouraged and supported in making ethically responsible decisions.

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  • People inside orga creating the culture in it. While cor can develop corporate culture and share employee attitude, is it better if you just simple recruit people have teh same culture. But is it good or not?\n
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  • This related to the concept of whistle blowing: mean....\nFor example: Group A didn’t do presentation effectively. Dr. Pat realize because there is a freefloader in your group. Now he want to know exactly who and your group have to report about that person. But you don’t want encorage report each other\n
  • This related to the concept of whistle blowing: mean....\nFor example: Group A didn’t do presentation effectively. Dr. Pat realize because there is a freefloader in your group. Now he want to know exactly who and your group have to report about that person. But you don’t want encorage report each other\n
  • This related to the concept of whistle blowing: mean....\nFor example: Group A didn’t do presentation effectively. Dr. Pat realize because there is a freefloader in your group. Now he want to know exactly who and your group have to report about that person. But you don’t want encorage report each other\n
  • 1. creating policy about reporting illegal or unethical practise\n2. have endorsement from top management\n3. Publicize: memos, newsletters, and speeches to company personne\n4. Investigate and follow up\n
  • 1. creating policy about reporting illegal or unethical practise\n2. have endorsement from top management\n3. Publicize: memos, newsletters, and speeches to company personne\n4. Investigate and follow up\n
  • 1. creating policy about reporting illegal or unethical practise\n2. have endorsement from top management\n3. Publicize: memos, newsletters, and speeches to company personne\n4. Investigate and follow up\n
  • 1. creating policy about reporting illegal or unethical practise\n2. have endorsement from top management\n3. Publicize: memos, newsletters, and speeches to company personne\n4. Investigate and follow up\n
  • 1. creating policy about reporting illegal or unethical practise\n2. have endorsement from top management\n3. Publicize: memos, newsletters, and speeches to company personne\n4. Investigate and follow up\n
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  • What are ethical issues to define or impact the culture of unit\n
  • What are ethical issues to define or impact the culture of unit\n
  • What are ethical issues to define or impact the culture of unit\n
  • What are ethical issues to define or impact the culture of unit\n
  • What are ethical issues to define or impact the culture of unit\n
  • How defining the culture of your unit so employee can understand your concern\n
  • Leadership -> insprise\nManagement -> information\nPower -> Intimidation\nFrequently mistake: Overuse of the power tools of coercion and underuse of leadership tools.\nBeginning with a vision or story, but failing to put in place the management tools that will cement the behavioral changes in place.\n\n
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Corporate Culture Corporate Culture Presentation Transcript

  • The Corporate CultureChapter 4: Business EthicDate: April 2nd, 2011
  • Ethical EffectiveDate Culture Question 4
  • RECRUITINGCompany cultureQuestion 5Date
  • IT’s DEPEND
  • IT’s DEPENDTop Management
  • IT’s DEPENDTop Management Employees
  • COMPLIANCE-BASED CulturesQuestion 6Date
  • Designing REPORTING Question 8Date
  • WHISTLE BLOWING
  • WHISTLE BLOWINGThe disclosure of unethical or illegal activities to someone
  • WHISTLE BLOWINGThe disclosure of unethical or illegal activities to someone
  • WHISTLE BLOWINGThe disclosure of unethical or illegal activities to someone Dr. Pat
  • REPORTINGSTRUCTURE
  • REPORTINGSTRUCTURE
  • Dr. PatREPORTINGSTRUCTURE
  • Dr. PatREPORTINGSTRUCTURE
  • Dr. PatREPORTINGSTRUCTURE
  • DECISION POINTShort-term vs Long-termDate
  • CUT CONNER LESS RESPECTFULLYFOCUS ON PROFIT DISREGARD VALUES
  • WHAT ARE ETHICAL ISSUES?
  • Cut connerIgnore values to favor bottom line $$$Treat each other poorly, less respectfullyWHAT ARE ETHICAL ISSUES?
  • Cut connerIgnore values to favor bottom line $$$Treat each other poorly, less respectfully NOT SUSTAINABILITY
  • DEFINING CULTURE๏Communicate through policy, handout,mission, vision...๏Designing the code of ethics๏Leader have to the a good example ->ethic leadership
  • Conversation Vision Persuasion Negotiation Role modeling Strategic Planing Storytelling Ritual Decision Making Learning Training Hiring/FiringThreat Promotion Measurement System Procedures Punishment Incentive Coercion
  • HOW TO ENSURE THE RESULT
  • KA O ZOBA