Business Ethics

Business Ethics

Post contains three asighnments

1:Business Ethics

Order Description

Required Content
Ferrell, O.C. (2004). Business ethics and customer stakeholders. Academy Of Management Executive, 18 (2). Retrieved

Goodpaster, K. Business Ethics and Stakeholder Analysis. Business Ethics Quarterly. 53-72. Retreived

Benjamin, A. N., Simon, J. B., & Gregory, J. W. (2011). Stakeholder salience revisited: Refining, redefining, and refueling an underdeveloped conceptual tool.Journal
of Business Ethics, 102(3), 357-378. Retrieved from

Maurer, M., & Sachs, S. (2005). Implementing the stakeholder view: Learning processes for a changed stakeholder orientation. The Journal of Corporate Citizenship,
(17), 93-107. Retrieved from


1-Personalized Ethics Statement
Think about what your corporation/organization’s ethics statement is. Based on this week’s content, write a 1-2 page paper on which you reflect on the following
questions in regard to the company’s ethics statement:
• What things about this ethics statement appeal to me?
• What do I disagree with and why?
If you are not currently working, or your company does not have an ethics statement, find an ethics statement for another company, and answer the questions based on
that company’s statement.
2-Case Study
Read the Stakeholder Identification and Prioritization case study for this week (attached), and respond to the questions below. 2 pages
1) How do managers identify and prioritize stakeholders? What justification do they have for their method(s)?
2) To what extend do the managerial practices fit with the Mitchell et al. (1997) framework?
3) Based on the case study you read, how would you identify and prioritize stakeholders? Use examples from your current or past experiences.

Required Content

Pastor, I. (2008) The Relation Between the Organizational Structure and the Business Ethics. Technical University of Kosice, 731-737. Retrieved
MacArthur, John. (2007) “Above Reproach.” Retrieved from:
“How Should Christian Values Impact Business Ethics in the Office?.” (2009) Ligonier Ministries. Retrieved from:
“What is Ethics?” (2014) BBC News. Retrieved from:
Week 3 Reading 5 cite
Svensson, G., & Wood, G. (2011). A conceptual framework of corporate and business ethics across organizations. The Learning Organization, 18(1), 21-35.
Week 3 reading 6 cite
Webley, S., & Werner, A. (2008). Corporate codes of ethics: necessary but not sufficient. Business Ethics: A European Review, 17(4), 405-415. doi:10.1111/j.1467-
Week 3 reading 7 cite
Stohl, C., Stohl, M., & Popova, L. (2009). A new generation of corporate codes of ethics. Journal of Business Ethics, 90(4), 607-622.
“The Ethics of Business. Where and Why It Can Go Wrong.”

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