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Pb503 business ethics

  1. 1. RESTRICTED PB503 Business EthicsPOLYTECHNICSMINISTRY OF HIGHER EDUCATION MALAYSIADEPARTMENT OF COMMERCECOURSE : PB503 BUSINESS ETHICSINSTRUCTIONAL DURATION : 15 WEEKSCREDIT(S) : 3PREREQUISITE(S) : NONESYNOPSISBUSINESS ETHICS is about relationships, values, justice, and culture (personal,professional, corporate, national and global). It also provides a basic framework forexamining the range of ethical issues arising from a business context. This course alsodiscusses on the issues of right and wrong actions or decisions from all levels ofdecision making. It also explains ethical leadership, employee responsibilities, diversityand globalization.LEARNING OUTCOMESUpon completion of this course, students should be able to:1. write between ethic, law, value and culture in real practice2. use holistically theories of business ethics in real situation3. elaborate properly employer corporate social responsibility and leadership in real world4. analyse critically diversity and international business in real practice5. present creatively ethical issues of given case studies via groupVersion : 080510_1.1_Effective:1June2011 1/18 RESTRICTED
  2. 2. RESTRICTED PB503 Business EthicsSUMMARY (45 LECTURE: 15 TUTORIAL) RTA1.0 CONCEPT OF ETHICS, VALUES AND MORALITY (03 : 01) Differences in ethics, laws, values morality and social ethics and the importance of studying business ethics 2.0 ETHICAL THEORIES IN BUSINESS (06 : 02) Basic categories and concepts of ethical theories which consist consequential and non- consequential perspectives 3.0 CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITIES (06 : 02) Models of corporate social responsibilities based on classical model and stakeholder model CORPORATE CULTURE, GOVERNANCE AND ETHICAL 4.0 (06 : 02) LEADERSHIP Corporate culture, ethical decision making and ethical leadership, and how corporate culture affects ethical decision making in business activities5.0 THE VALUE OF WORK AND EMPLOYEE RESPONSIBILITIES (06 : 02) Nature and range of employee and managerial responsibilities, and conflict of interest concept 6.0 DIVERSITY AND DESCRIMINATION (06 : 02) Concepts of diversity, equality, discrimination and the range of issues raised by a diverse workforce 7.0 MORAL CHOICE FACING EMPLOYEES (06 : 02) Abuse of official position by employees. 8.0 INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS AND GLOBALIZATION (06 : 02) Range of ethical issues arising from global context and application of human rights to international business.RTA : Recommended Time AllocationVersion : 080510_1.1_Effective:1June2011 2/18 RESTRICTED
  3. 3. RESTRICTED PB503 Business EthicsSYLLABUS1.0 CONCEPTS OF ETHICS, VALUES AND MORALITY 1.1 Differentiate between ethic, value and morality 1.1.1 Define ethics and ethos 1.1.2 Describe value and ethics: doing good and doing well 1.1.3 Differentiate differences between business ethics and the laws 1.1.4 Explain the nature and goals of business ethics. 1.1.5 Explain why study business ethics is important 1.1.6 Determine between morality, virtues and social ethics2.0 ETHICAL THEORIES AND BUSINESS 2.1 Understand ethical theory and business 2.1.1 Explain ethical relativism and reasoning in ethics. 2.2 Understand consequentialist perspective 2.2.1 Define egoism. 2.2.2 Discuss utilitarianism 2.2.3 Explain Kant’s ethics 2.2.4 Recommend best ethic practice. 2.3 Understand non-consequentialist perspectives. 2.3.1 Explain prima facie obligations 2.3.2 Explain assisting others 2.3.3 Discuss moral rights 2.3.4 Justify critical inquiries of non-consequentialism.3.0 CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY 3.1 Learn the Concept of Corporate Social Responsibility 3.1.1 Explain the utilitarian and rights-based justifications for the classical model of corporate social responsibility 3.1.2 Generalize how classical model is extended and developed through a moral minimum 3.1.3 Elaborate the stakeholder model of corporate social responsibility 3.1.4 Elaborate the ethical foundations of the stakeholder model.4.0 CORPORATE CULTURE, GOVERNANCE AND ETHICAL LEADERSHIP 4.1 Understand corporate culture, governance & ethical leadership 4.1.1 Define corporate culture 4.1.2 Describe how corporate culture impacts ethical decision making 4.1.3 Discuss the role of corporate leadership in establishing the culture 4.1.4 Determine between effective leaders and ethical leadersVersion : 080510_1.1_Effective:1June2011 3/18 RESTRICTED
  4. 4. RESTRICTED PB503 Business Ethics5.0 THE VALUE OF WORK AND EMPLOYEE RESPONSIBILITIES 5.1 Understand the meaning and value of work 5.1.1 Discuss the goals and values of career and workplace decision 5.1.2 Explain the variety of meanings and values attributed to work 5.2 Understand Employee Responsibilities 5.2.1 Explain the nature and range of employee’s responsibilities. 5.2.2 Explain the agency view of employee’s responsibilities. 5.2.3 Explain managerial responsibilities. 5.2.4 Summarize responsibilities of employees 5.3 Learn about self interest and conflict of interests. 5.3.1 Define self interest and moral obligation. 5.3.2 Describe the concept of conflict of interest 5.3.3 Elaborate on the effects of conflict of interest.6.0 DIVERSITY AND DISCRIMINATION 6.1 Understand diversity and discrimination. 6.1.1 Define diversity, equality, discrimination, affirmative action and preferential treatment. 6.1.2 Describe a range of ethical issues raised by a diverse workforce. 6.1.3 Explain workplace discrimination. 6.1.4 Evaluate the ethical basis of equal opportunity and affirmative action. 6.1.5 Evaluate the ethical arguments for and against preferential treatment in a work place.7.0 MORAL CHOICE FACING EMPLOYEES 7.1 Understand moral choices facing employees. 7.1.1 Define abuse of official position, bribes, kickbacks, gifts and entertainment. 7.1.2 Discuss the obligations to third parties 7.2 Learn about Whistle blowing. 7.2.1 Define what is Whistle blowing. 7.2.2 Explain what motivates whistle blowers. 7.2.3 Evaluate when whistle blowing is justified.8.0 INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS AND GLOBALIZATION 8.1 Understand International business and globalization. 8.1.1 Discuss the range of ethical issues arising from a global business context. 8.1.2 Describe the application of human rights to international business. 8.1.3 Explain the ethical issues involved in globalization.Version : 080510_1.1_Effective:1June2011 4/18 RESTRICTED
  5. 5. RESTRICTED PB503 Business EthicsASSESSMENTTYPES OF ASSESSMENT The course assessment is carried out in two sections: i. Continuous Assessment - (CA) ii. Final Examination - (FE) The percentage ratio of FE to CA should follow the guidelines stated in the Arahan-Arahan Peperiksaan dan Kaedah Penilaian which is approved by the Lembaga Peperiksaan dan Penganugerahan Sijil/Diploma Politeknik.CONTINUOUS ASSESSMENT (CA):[ The total score of the CA components will be converted to determined the CApercentage ]Continuous assessment is carried out throughout the semester andcomprises the following: a. Quiz (minimum 3) 20% b. Test (minimum 1) 20% c. Other Assessment Task i. End-of Chapter (minimum 2) 15% ii. Case Study (minimum 2) 20% iii. Project (minimum 1) 10% iv. Presentation (minimum 1) 10% v. Peer Assessment 5%FINAL EXAMINATION (FE):Final examination is carried out at the end of the semester.Note: 1. Refer to Assessment Specification Table (AST) for the details 2. The percentage of Continuous Assessment may vary depending in coursesVersion : 080510_1.1_Effective:1June2011 5/18 RESTRICTED
  6. 6. RESTRICTED PB503 Business Ethics ASSESSMENT SPECIFICATION TABLE (AST)COURSE LEARNING OUTCOME (CLO)1. write between ethic, law, value and culture in real practice.2. use holistically theories of business ethics in real situation.3. elaborate properly employer corporate social responsibility and leadership in real world4. analyse critically diversity and international business in real practice.5. present creatively ethical issues of given case studies via group ASSESSMENT TASK CLO Peer Final Examination CONTEXT CONSTRUCT Quiz Test End-of Chapter Case Study Presentation Assessment Objective Essay 1 2 3 4 5 L M H L M H L M H L M H L M H L M H L M H L M H CONCEPT OF ETHICS, Concept of ethic, value and √ 1 1 1 1 VALUES AND MORALITY morality Ethical theory and business √ 1 1 1 ETHICAL THEORIES IN Consequentialist theories. √ 1 1 1 1 BUSINESS Non-consequentialist perspectives. √ 1 1 1 CORPORATE SOCIAL Corporate Social Responsibility √ 2 1 1 1 1 RESPONSIBILITIES CORPORATE CULTURE, Corporate culture, governance & GOVERNANCE AND ETHICAL √ 3 2 1 1 1 ethical leadership LEADERSHIP Meaning and value of work √ 1 1 1 THE VALUE OF WORK AND EMPLOYEE Employee Responsibilities. √ 1 1 1 1 1 1 RESPONSIBILITIES Self interest and conflict of √ 1 1 1 1 interests DIVERSITY AND Diversity and discrimination. √ 2 1 1 1 1 DESCRIMINATION MORAL CHOICE FACING Moral choices facing employees. √ 1 1 1 1 1 EMPLOYEES Whistle blowing. √ 1 1 1 INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS International business and √ 1 1 AND GLOBALIZATION globalization. TOTAL 5 3 2 3 2 1 2 2 1 1 12 8 5 5 3 2 RATIO 5 3 2 5 3 2 RUBRIC RUBRIC RUBRIC RUBRIC 5 3 1 5 3 2 2 2 1 1 25 3LegendL - Low 5 50% of the questions can be answered correctly by more than 60% of the candidatesM - Medium 3 30% of the questions can be answered correctly by more than 40% but less than 60% of the candidates ContextH - High 2 20% of the questions can be answered correctly by less than 40% of the candidatesVersion : 080510_1.1_Effective:1June2011 6/18 RESTRICTED
  7. 7. RESTRICTED PB503 Business EthicsREFERENCESAndrew Ghillyer. (2008). Business Ethics : A Real World Approach. Mc Graw Hill, New YorkColin Fisher, Alan Lovell. (2009). Business Ethics and values : Individual, Corporate and International Perspectives. Prentice Hall (3rd) Edition. EnglandJoseph Desjardins. (2009). An Introduction to Business Ethics. McGraw Hill (3rd) Edition, SingaporeShaw, William H. (2008). Business Ethics. McGraw Hill (6th) Edition. USASteiner & Steiner. (2009) Business Goverment and Society, Managerial Perspective McGraw Hill (12th) Edition, Singapore.Version : 080510_1.1_Effective:1June2011 7/18 RESTRICTED
  8. 8. RESTRICTED PB503 Business Ethics DISTRIBUTION OF STUDENT LEARNING TIMECOURSE : BUSINESS ETHICSCREDIT : 3 No. Activities CODE SLT 1 Lecture [ 3 hour(s) x 15 week(s) ] L 45 - Lecture hours [√] - Assessment Task Lecture Test/Quiz [ √ ] 2 Self Learning: Lecture [ 3 hour(s) x 15 week(s) ] I 45 - Preparation before lecture class viz. review/download lesson notes. [√] - Preparation after lecture class viz. additional references, discussion [√] - Preparation for lecture test. [√] 3 Practical [ 0 hour(s) x 15 week(s) ] P 0 - Lab work [ ] Studio work [ ] [ ] - Practical test [ ] Workshop [ ] [ ] - Field work [ ] Simulation [ ] [ ] - Survey/research [ ] Outdoors [ ] [ ] 4 Self Learning: Practical [ ] I 0 - Preparation before practical class/field work/survey viz. review notes, [ ] - Preparation after practical class/field work/survey viz. additional references, discussion session and report writing. [ ] - Preparation before studio work presentation/critique. [ ] - Preparation for practical test. [ ] 5 Tutorial [ 1 hour(s) x 15 week(s) ] T 15 6 Other Assessment Task O 15 Capstone Project [ ] Portfolio [ ] Essay Question [ ] (Final Project) Peer Assessment [ √ ] Observation [ ] Presentation [√ ] Self Assessment [ ] Discussion [ ] Reflective Journal [ ] End-of-Chapter [ √ ] Project [√ ] Case Study [√ ] Industrial Visit [ ] Total 120 L Lecture 45 P Practical 0 I Self Learning 45 T Tutorial 15 O Other Assessment Task 15 SLT (Student Learning Time) 120 Credit = SLT/40 3.00Version : 080510_1.1_Effective:1June2011 8/18 RESTRICTED
  9. 9. RESTRICTED PB503 Business Ethics TABLE OF LEARNING DOMAINS Cognitive Domain Psychomotor Domain Affective DomainNo. Specific Outcome C1 C2 C3 C4 C5 C6 P1 P2 P3 P4 P5 A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 1 CONCEPTS OF ETHICS, VALUES AND MORALITY 1.1 Differentiate between ethic, value and morality1.1.1 Define ethics and ethos √1.1.2 Describe value and ethics : doing good and doing well √ Differentiate differences between business ethics and the1.1.3 laws √1.1.4 Explain the nature and goals of business ethics. √1.1.5 Explain why study business ethics is important √1.1.6 Determine between morality, virtue social ethics 2 ETHICAL THEORIES AND BUSINESS2.1 Understand Ethical Theories and Business2.1.1 Explain Ethical relativism and Reasoning in ethics √2.2 Understand Consequentialist perspective2.2.1 Define Egoism √2.2.2 Discuss Utilitarianism √2.2.3 Explain Kant’s Ethics √ √2.2.4 Recommend best ethic practice √2.3 Understand Non consequentialist Perspectives2.3.1 Explain Prima facie Obligations √2.3.2 Explain Assisting Others √2.3.3 Discuss Moral rights √ Legend: Cognitive Domain Psychomotor Domain Affective Domain C1 : Knowledge P1 : Imitate A1 : Receiving C2 : Comprehensive P2 : Manipulate A2 : Responding to Phenomena C3 : Application P3 : Precision A3 : Valuing C4 : Analysis P4 : Articulation A4 : Organizing Values C5 : Synthesis P5 : Naturalization A5 : Internalizing Values C6 : Evaluation Version : 080510_1.1_Effective:1June2011 9/18 RESTRICTED
  10. 10. RESTRICTED PB503 Business Ethics TABLE OF LEARNING DOMAINS Cognitive Domain Psychomotor Domain Affective DomainNo. Specific Outcome C1 C2 C3 C4 C5 C6 P1 P2 P3 P4 P5 A1 A2 A3 A4 A52.3.4 Justify Critical inquiries of non consequentialism 3 CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY √3.1 Learn the concept of corporate social responsibility Explain the utilitarian and rights-based justifications for the3.1.1 classical model of corporate social responsibility √ Generalize how classical model is extended and developed3.1.2 through a moral minimum √3.1.3 Elaborate the ethical foundations of the stakeholder model. √ Elaborate the stakeholder model of corporate social √3.1.4 responsibility CORPORATE CULTURAL, GOVERNANCE AND 4 ETHICAL LEADERSHIP Understand Corporate Culture, Governance & Ethical4.1 Leadership4.1.1 Define Corporate Culture √ Describe how Corporate Culture Impacts Ethical Decision4.1.2 Making √ Discuss the Role Of Corporate Leadership In establishing4.1.3 The Culture √4.1.4 Determine between Effective leaders and Ethical Leaders √ THE VALUE OF WORK AND EMPLOYEE 5 RESPONSIBILITIES5.1 Understand The Meaning and Value Of Work Legend: Cognitive Domain Psychomotor Domain Affective Domain C1 : Knowledge P1 : Imitate A1 : Receiving C2 : Comprehensive P2 : Manipulate A2 : Responding to Phenomena C3 : Application P3 : Precision A3 : Valuing C4 : Analysis P4 : Articulation A4 : Organizing Values C5 : Synthesis P5 : Naturalization A5 : Internalizing Values C6 : Evaluation Version : 080510_1.1_Effective:1June2011 10/18 RESTRICTED
  11. 11. RESTRICTED PB503 Business Ethics TABLE OF LEARNING DOMAINS Cognitive Domain Psychomotor Domain Affective DomainNo. Specific Outcome C1 C2 C3 C4 C5 C6 P1 P2 P3 P4 P5 A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 Describe the Goals and values Of Career And Workplace5.1.1 Decision √5.1.2 Explain the variety meanings and values attributed to work √ 5.2 Understand Employee Responsibilities5.2.1 Explain the nature and range of employees responsibilities √5.2.2 Explain the nature and range of employees responsibilities √5.2.3 Explain managerial responsibilities √5.2.4 Summarize responsibilities of employees √ 5.3 Learn conflict of interests5.3.1 Define self interest and moral obligation √5.3.2 Describe the concept of conflict of interest √5.3.3 Elaborate the effect of conflict of interest √ 6 DIVERSITY AND DESCRIMINATION6.1 Understand Diversity And Discrimination Define diversity, equality, discrimination, affirmative action6.1.1 and preferential treatment √ Describe a range of ethical issues raised by a diverse6.1.2 workforce √6.1.3 Explain workplace discrimination √ Evaluate the ethical basis of equal opportunity and6.1.4 affirmative action √ Evaluate the ethical arguments for and against preferential6.1.5 treatment in a work place √ Legend: Cognitive Domain Psychomotor Domain Affective Domain C1 : Knowledge P1 : Imitate A1 : Receiving C2 : Comprehensive P2 : Manipulate A2 : Responding to Phenomena C3 : Application P3 : Precision A3 : Valuing C4 : Analysis P4 : Articulation A4 : Organizing Values C5 : Synthesis P5 : Naturalization A5 : Internalizing Values C6 : Evaluation Version : 080510_1.1_Effective:1June2011 11/18 RESTRICTED
  12. 12. RESTRICTED PB503 Business Ethics TABLE OF LEARNING DOMAINS Cognitive Domain Psychomotor Domain Affective DomainNo. Specific Outcome C1 C2 C3 C4 C5 C6 P1 P2 P3 P4 P5 A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 7 MORAL CHOICE FACING EMPLOOYEES7.1 Understand Moral Choices Facing Employees Define Abuse Of Official Position, Bribes, Kickbacks, Gifts7.1.1 and Entertainment √7.1.2 Discuss the obligations to third parties √ 7.2 Learn Whistle blowing7.2.1 Define what is Whistle blowing √7.2.2 Describe what motivates whistle blowers √7.2.3 Explain when is whistle blowing justified 8 INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS AND GLOBALIZATION √8.1 Understand International business and Globalization Disuss the range of ethical issues arising in a global8.1.1 business context √ Describe the application of human right to international √8.1.2 business8.1.3 Explain the ethical issues involved in globalization √ Legend: Cognitive Domain Psychomotor Domain Affective Domain C1 : Knowledge P1 : Imitate A1 : Receiving C2 : Comprehensive P2 : Manipulate A2 : Responding to Phenomena C3 : Application P3 : Precision A3 : Valuing C4 : Analysis P4 : Articulation A4 : Organizing Values C5 : Synthesis P5 : Naturalization A5 : Internalizing Values C6 : Evaluation Version : 080510_1.1_Effective:1June2011 12/18 RESTRICTED
  13. 13. RESTRICTED PB503 Business Ethics MATRIX OF SPECIFIC OUTCOMES Vs CLO, GSA AND LEARNING DOMAINSCOURSE LEARNING OUTCOME (CLO)Upon completion of this course, students will be able to:1. differentiate clearly between ethic, law, value and culture in real practice.2. understand holistically theories of business ethics in real situation.3. elaborate properly employer corporate social responsibility and leadership in real world4. discuss critically diversity and international business in real practice.5. solve and present creatively in group and independently an issues in case study given. CLO GSA & LD LD 6 GSA 2 LD 3 GSA 4 LD 4 GSA 3 LD 5 GSA 1 LD 7 GSA 6 LD 8 GSA 7 *Recommended No Specific Outcome Teaching & GSA 5 CLO 1 CLO 2 CLO 3 CLO 4 CLO 5 LD 1 LD 2 Learning Strategy 1 CONCEPTS OF ETHICS, VALUES AND MORALITY 1.1 Differentiate between ethic, value and morality 1.1.1 Define ethics and ethos √ √ √ 1.1.2 Describe value and ethics : doing good and doing well Lecture, discussion, ice √ √ √ breaking, face to face Differentiate differences between business ethics and the 1.1.3 communication √ √ √ laws 1.1.4 Explain the nature and goals of business ethics. √ √ √ 1.1.5 Explain why study business ethics is important √ √ √Note:*Lecturers may use other teaching & learning strategies in order to achieve the learning outcomes. Generic Student Attributes (GSA) Learning Domain (LD) GSA 1 Communications Skills LD 1 Knowledge GSA 2 Critical Thinking and Problem Solving Skills LD 2 Technical Skills GSA 3 Teamwork Skills LD 3 Professionalism & Ethics GSA 4 Moral & Professional Ethics LD 4 Social Skills GSA 5 Leadership Skills LD 5 Communication Skills GSA 6 Information Management Skills and Continuous Learning LD 6 Critical Thinking GSA 7 Entrepreneurship Skills LD 7 Life Long Learning LD 8 Entrepreneurial SkillsVersion : 080510_1.1_Effective:1June2011 13/18 RESTRICTED
  14. 14. RESTRICTED PB503 Business Ethics MATRIX OF SPECIFIC OUTCOMES Vs CLO, GSA AND LEARNING DOMAINS CLO GSA & LD LD 6 GSA 2 LD 3 GSA 4 LD 4 GSA 3 LD 5 GSA 1 LD 7 GSA 6 LD 8 GSA 7 *Recommended No Specific Outcome Teaching & GSA 5 CLO 1 CLO 2 CLO 3 CLO 4 CLO 5 LD 1 LD 2 Learning Strategy 1.1.6 Determine between morality , virtue social ethics Lecture, discussion √ √ √ 2 ETHICAL THEORIES AND BUSINESS 2.1 Understand Ethical Theories and Business 2.1.1 Explain Ethical relativism and Reasoning in ethics Group Discussion √ √ √ 2.2 Understand Consequentialist theories 2.2.1 Define Egoism Lecture, discussion, √ √ √ 2.2.2 Discuss Utilitarianism face to face √ √ √ 2.2.3 Explain Kant’s Ethics communication √ √ √ 2.2.4 Recommend best ethic practice √ √ √ 2.3 Understand Non consequentialist Perspectives 2.3.1 Explain Prima facie Obligations √ √ √ 2.3.2 Explain Assisting Others √ √ √ 2.3.3 Lecture, discussion √ √ √ Discuss Moral rights 2.3.4 Justify Critical inquiries of non consequentialism √ √ √ 3 CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY 3.1 Learn the concept of corporate social responsibility Explain the utilitarian and rights-based justifications for 3.1.1 Lecture, discussion √ √ √ the classical model of corporate social responsibilityNote:*Lecturers may use other teaching & learning strategies in order to achieve the learning outcomes. Generic Student Attributes (GSA) Learning Domain (LD) GSA 1 Communications Skills LD 1 Knowledge GSA 2 Critical Thinking and Problem Solving Skills LD 2 Technical Skills GSA 3 Teamwork Skills LD 3 Professionalism & Ethics GSA 4 Moral & Professional Ethics LD 4 Social Skills GSA 5 Leadership Skills LD 5 Communication Skills GSA 6 Information Management Skills and Continuous Learning LD 6 Critical Thinking GSA 7 Entrepreneurship Skills LD 7 Life Long Learning LD 8 Entrepreneurial SkillsVersion : 080510_1.1_Effective:1June2011 14/18 RESTRICTED
  15. 15. RESTRICTED PB503 Business Ethics MATRIX OF SPECIFIC OUTCOMES Vs CLO, GSA AND LEARNING DOMAINS CLO GSA & LD LD 6 GSA 2 LD 3 GSA 4 LD 4 GSA 3 LD 5 GSA 1 LD 7 GSA 6 LD 8 GSA 7 *Recommended No Specific Outcome Teaching & GSA 5 CLO 1 CLO 2 CLO 3 CLO 4 CLO 5 LD 1 LD 2 Learning Strategy Generalize how classical model is extended and 3.1.2 √ √ √ developed through a moral minimum Elaborate the ethical foundations of the stakeholder 3.1.3 Lecture, discussion √ √ √ model. Elaborate the stakeholder model of corporate social 3.1.4 √ √ √ responsibility 4 CORPORATE CULTURAL, GOVERNANCE AND ETHICAL LEADERSHIP Understand Corporate Culture, Governance & Ethical 4.1 Leadership 4.1.1 Define Corporate Culture √ √ √ Describe how Corporate Culture Impacts Ethical 4.1.2 Lecture, discussion √ √ √ √ Decision Making Discuss the Role Of Corporate Leadership In 4.1.3 √ √ √ √ establishing The Culture Determine between Effective leaders and Ethical 4.1.4 √ √ √ √ Leaders THE VALUE OF WORK AND EMPLOYEE 5 RESPONSIBILITIES 5.1 Understand The Meaning and Value Of WorkNote:*Lecturers may use other teaching & learning strategies in order to achieve the learning outcomes. Generic Student Attributes (GSA) Learning Domain (LD) GSA 1 Communications Skills LD 1 Knowledge GSA 2 Critical Thinking and Problem Solving Skills LD 2 Technical Skills GSA 3 Teamwork Skills LD 3 Professionalism & Ethics GSA 4 Moral & Professional Ethics LD 4 Social Skills GSA 5 Leadership Skills LD 5 Communication Skills GSA 6 Information Management Skills and Continuous Learning LD 6 Critical Thinking GSA 7 Entrepreneurship Skills LD 7 Life Long Learning LD 8 Entrepreneurial SkillsVersion : 080510_1.1_Effective:1June2011 15/18 RESTRICTED
  16. 16. RESTRICTED PB503 Business Ethics MATRIX OF SPECIFIC OUTCOMES Vs CLO, GSA AND LEARNING DOMAINS CLO GSA & LD LD 6 GSA 2 LD 3 GSA 4 LD 4 GSA 3 LD 5 GSA 1 LD 7 GSA 6 LD 8 GSA 7 *Recommended No Specific Outcome Teaching & GSA 5 CLO 1 CLO 2 CLO 3 CLO 4 CLO 5 LD 1 LD 2 Learning Strategy Describe the Goals and values Of Career And Workplace 5.1.1 √ √ √ Decision Lecture, discussion, Explain the variety meanings and values attributed to case study 5.1.2 √ √ √ work 5.2 Understand Employee Responsibilities √ √ √ Explain the nature and range of employees 5.2.1 √ √ √ responsibilities Explain the nature and range of employees 5.2.2 Lecture, discussion √ √ √ responsibilities 5.2.3 Explain managerial responsibilities √ √ √ 5.2.4 Summarize responsibilities of employees √ √ √ √ 5.3 Learn conflict of interests 5.3.1 Define self interest and moral obligation √ √ √ √ 5.3.2 Describe the concept of conflict of interest Lecture, discussion, √ √ √ √ 5.3.3 Elaborate the effect of conflict of interest √ √ √ √ 6 DIVERSITY AND DESCRIMINATION 6.1 Understand Diversity And Discrimination Define diversity, equality, discrimination, affirmative Lecture, discussion 6.1.1 √ √ √ √ √ action and preferential treatmentNote:*Lecturers may use other teaching & learning strategies in order to achieve the learning outcomes. Generic Student Attributes (GSA) Learning Domain (LD) GSA 1 Communications Skills LD 1 Knowledge GSA 2 Critical Thinking and Problem Solving Skills LD 2 Technical Skills GSA 3 Teamwork Skills LD 3 Professionalism & Ethics GSA 4 Moral & Professional Ethics LD 4 Social Skills GSA 5 Leadership Skills LD 5 Communication Skills GSA 6 Information Management Skills and Continuous Learning LD 6 Critical Thinking GSA 7 Entrepreneurship Skills LD 7 Life Long Learning LD 8 Entrepreneurial SkillsVersion : 080510_1.1_Effective:1June2011 16/18 RESTRICTED
  17. 17. RESTRICTED PB503 Business Ethics MATRIX OF SPECIFIC OUTCOMES Vs CLO, GSA AND LEARNING DOMAINS CLO GSA & LD LD 6 GSA 2 LD 3 GSA 4 LD 4 GSA 3 LD 5 GSA 1 LD 7 GSA 6 LD 8 GSA 7 *Recommended No Specific Outcome Teaching & GSA 5 CLO 1 CLO 2 CLO 3 CLO 4 CLO 5 LD 1 LD 2 Learning Strategy Describe a range of ethical issues raised by a diverse 6.1.2 √ √ √ √ √ workforce 6.1.3 Explain workplace discrimination √ √ √ √ √ Evaluate the ethical basis of equal opportunity and Lecture, discussion 6.1.4 √ √ √ √ √ √ affirmative action 6.1.5 Evaluate the ethical arguments for and against √ √ √ √ √ √ preferential treatment in a work place 7 MORAL CHOICE FACING EMPLOOYEES 7.1 Understand Moral Choices Facing Employees Define Abuse Of Official Position, Bribes, Kickbacks, Lecture, face to face 7.1.1 √ √ √ √ √ Gifts and Entertainment communication 7.1.2 Discuss the obligations to third parties and case study √ √ √ √ √ √ 7.2 Learn Whistle blowing 7.2.1 Define what is Whistle blowing √ √ √ √ √ √ 7.2.2. Explain what motivates whistle blowers √ √ √ √ √ √ Lecture, discussion 7.2.3 Elaborate when is whistle blowing justified √ √ √ √ √ √Note:*Lecturers may use other teaching & learning strategies in order to achieve the learning outcomes. Generic Student Attributes (GSA) Learning Domain (LD) GSA 1 Communications Skills LD 1 Knowledge GSA 2 Critical Thinking and Problem Solving Skills LD 2 Technical Skills GSA 3 Teamwork Skills LD 3 Professionalism & Ethics GSA 4 Moral & Professional Ethics LD 4 Social Skills GSA 5 Leadership Skills LD 5 Communication Skills GSA 6 Information Management Skills and Continuous Learning LD 6 Critical Thinking GSA 7 Entrepreneurship Skills LD 7 Life Long Learning LD 8 Entrepreneurial SkillsVersion : 080510_1.1_Effective:1June2011 17/18 RESTRICTED
  18. 18. RESTRICTED PB503 Business Ethics MATRIX OF SPECIFIC OUTCOMES Vs CLO, GSA AND LEARNING DOMAINS CLO GSA & LD LD 6 GSA 2 LD 3 GSA 4 LD 4 GSA 3 LD 5 GSA 1 LD 7 GSA 6 LD 8 GSA 7 *Recommended No Specific Outcome Teaching & GSA 5 CLO 1 CLO 2 CLO 3 CLO 4 CLO 5 LD 1 LD 2 Learning Strategy 8 INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS AND GLOBALIZATION 8.1 Understand International business and Globalization Discuss the range of ethical issues arising in a global Lecture, discussion, 8.1.1 √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ business context face to face Describe the application of human right to international communication 8.1.2 √ √ √ √ √ business 8.1.3 Explain the ethical issues involved in globalization √ √ √ √ √ √Note:*Lecturers may use other teaching & learning strategies in order to achieve the learning outcomes. Generic Student Attributes (GSA) Learning Domain (LD) GSA 1 Communications Skills LD 1 Knowledge GSA 2 Critical Thinking and Problem Solving Skills LD 2 Technical Skills GSA 3 Teamwork Skills LD 3 Professionalism & Ethics GSA 4 Moral & Professional Ethics LD 4 Social Skills GSA 5 Leadership Skills LD 5 Communication Skills GSA 6 Information Management Skills and Continuous Learning LD 6 Critical Thinking GSA 7 Entrepreneurship Skills LD 7 Life Long Learning LD 8 Entrepreneurial SkillsVersion : 080510_1.1_Effective:1June2011 18/18 RESTRICTED

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