MGT 216 Week 4 Discussion Question 1
MGT 216 Week 4 Discussion Question 1 fin571
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Date Created: 11/10/15
0 Provide an example of a con ict of interest in an organization How can con icts of interest impact the ethical environment of an organization How can con icts of interest within an organization be avoided Response I would like to give an extreme example of possible con ict of interest within a organization Suppose a mother works for an organization that campaigns and consistently represents opposing abortion She works day in and day out with others on the issues the moral reasoning the emotional effects it can have on women etc One horrible evening her daughter is raped and later she becomes pregnant At this point the mother faces a con ict of interest She feels so strongly against abortion however her daughter is now pregnant with a child who came from a rape This could definitely effect a organizations ethical movement because of the implications it can have Also because the topic and situations can be so difficult So ethics often come into play and many times can have a negative effect within the organization In this case the con ict itself could be avoided by the issue remaining private rather than going very public Since the issue and con ict of interest would be so difficult hopefully the organization would not become very involved That would help avoid it
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