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11 topics facilitation presentation
11 topics facilitation presentation
11 topics facilitation presentation
11 topics facilitation presentation
11 topics facilitation presentation
11 topics facilitation presentation
11 topics facilitation presentation
11 topics facilitation presentation
11 topics facilitation presentation
11 topics facilitation presentation
11 topics facilitation presentation
11 topics facilitation presentation
11 topics facilitation presentation
11 topics facilitation presentation
11 topics facilitation presentation
11 topics facilitation presentation
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  • Where do ethics come from in an organization and how are they developed? Right now we are going to watch a scene from Criminal Minds. The BAU co-works with the U.S. Army to find the perpetrator behind an anthrax attack in a park in Annapolis, Maryland. As you ’re watching the scene think about is guiding their behaviors? Minutes 23:00-26:00 roughly. I know this is dramatic but do you guys have any examples of ethical dilemmas you ’ve faced in your organizations? In the beginning of the chapter our authors give the example of Aaron Feuerstein and how he paid his employees after a fire destroyed his plant despite disagreement from stakeholders. He was acting for the larger goal, not for the moment. I think this Criminal Minds scene is a great example of that. The chapter gives several other examples of ethical heros who enact behaviors that display honesty and integrity. **ethical assumptions have to be deeply grounded in an organizational culture to have a guiding influence on employee decisions and behavior. ** Do you think the ethics (values) of this organization are deeply grounded?
  • Vts are an inherent part of org. communication. By examining these three KEY tensions, it allows leaders to proactively address ethical concerns within their culture. Tensions are not to be avoided, but can offer learning opportunities about culture.
  • In Jan 2010, Google announced that they and other US tech companies had been hacked and that Google is no longer willing to censor searches in China and may pull out of the country. On March 23, 2010 at 3 am Hong Kong Time Google started to redirect all search queries from Google.cn to Google.com.hk. (Google Hong Kong), thereby bypassing Chinese regulators and allowing uncensored Simplified Chinese. As a special entity recognized by international treaty, Hong Kong is vested with independent judicial power and not subject to most Chinese laws including those requiring the restriction of free flow of information and censorship of internet materials.
  • The economizing continuum involves the tensions of short-term profit values and human values of sustainable cooperation. An essential societal dialectic
  • The bottom line is insufficient as a measure of effectiveness
  • The economizing continuum involves the tensions of short-term profit values and human values of sustainable cooperation. An essential societal dialectic
  • Hofstede ’s Power distance Index measures the extent to which the less powerful members of organizations and institutions (like the family) accept and expect that power is distributed unequally. This represents inequality (more versus less), but defined from below, not from above. It suggests that a society’s level of inequality is endorsed by the followers as much as by the leaders.
  • Global breakdown. Map shows countries score according to Hofstede ’s index. Darker colored countries = higher power distance.
  • high distance- Walmart, US Military, Police, workplace bullying Low distance- grad school
  • Occupy Wall St- direct example of “haves vs have nots” where few control the many. Seeing rising up of the many about the inequality. US has a low power distance, but do we really? What do the Occupy movements say about the PDI?
  • Macro values focus on how organizations can help perpetuate and sustain communities. This includes attention to the plants, animals and physical features that constitute an organization ’s ecosystem Micro values include being loyal to stockholders seeking profits. How relevant is this value in your organization? Do you see tensions between trying to please stockholders and/or trying to be environmentally friendly?
  • - Florida parallels a trend toward greater attention to the external environment with the “creative class.” These individuals are helpful in creating new content, technologies, and/or ideas. They are part of a shift that includes great concern for environmental issues. Florida contributes the rise of concern in the external environment for organizations to the rise of the “creative class” -If the “creative class” has not contributed towards the rise in concern for our environment, then what has?
  • The greenest among the world ’s largest 500 companies Pictured: Philips- ranked # 9 in the Netherlands- green score 77.2. Offers green products- prevention is better than a cure. ANZ Banking Group- ranked # 5 in Australia - green score 80.9. We will begin by focusing with dedicated emission reduction programs on the largest areas of impact which is property energy efficiency, as well as air travel and paper consumption HP - ranked # 15 in the U.S. - green score of 75.8. Offers products with environment in mind. Recycling programs offered. Societe Generale ranked # 11 France - green score 76.6
  • Some of the top U.S. companies are IBM, Johnson & Johnson, Dell, Sprint-Nextel, Staples, Best Buy, Walt Disney. In article- corporate sustainability is here for the long haul- it makes sense not just for the planet, but for business. What does this say about America and our concern for the environment?
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    • 1. Ethics in Organizational Culture A man without ethics is a wild beast loosed upon this world. Albert Camus
    • 2. Are you ready to play? <ul><li>Ethical Trivia </li></ul>
    • 3. The Basics <ul><li>What are ethics? </li></ul><ul><li>Where do ethics come from? </li></ul><ul><li>In what ways do organizations communicate their ethics? </li></ul><ul><li>Criminal Minds Scene </li></ul>
    • 4. Value Tensions <ul><li>Economizing </li></ul><ul><li>Power Distancing </li></ul><ul><li>Ecologizing </li></ul>
    • 5.  
    • 6. <ul><li>Economizing demands a degree of cooperative interactions to promote goals that do not work against other important societal values </li></ul>
    • 7. The bottom line.
    • 8. Economizing <ul><li>Think of a continuum of short-term profit values and human values of sustainable cooperation. </li></ul>
    • 9. Power Distancing
    • 10. Power Distance Index <ul><li>. </li></ul>
    • 11. Power Distance in Organizations <ul><li>What are some organizations/companies who are known for high and low power distancing? </li></ul><ul><li>How is the disparity in power received? How is it endorsed? </li></ul>
    • 12. Power Distancing in current events
    • 13. Ecologizing <ul><li>Managing macro-environment and micro-environment values </li></ul><ul><li>Concerned with the impact and relationship of the organization to the external environment </li></ul>
    • 14. Ecologizing and the “Creative Class” <ul><li>Has the rise of the “creative class” made organizations pay more attention to the external environment? </li></ul>
    • 15. Ecologizing and theWorld ’s Greenest Companies
    • 16. How Green is the U.S.? -After IBM (number 2 on the global list) there are 12 spots before the next American company. -HP, No. 15 globally -Technology, healthcare, and financial services took the top spots on the 2011 list.
    • 17. How Many Slaves Are Working For You? <ul><li>How Many Slaves Quiz </li></ul><ul><li>Valerie - 44 </li></ul><ul><li>Adrienne - 52 </li></ul><ul><li>David - 44 </li></ul>
    • 18. Identifying Ethics in Culture
    • 19.  

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