Lecture 7 - Those Invested in Organizations (continued)
Lecture 7 - Those Invested in Organizations (continued) ORSC 1109
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Leslie Ogu ORSC 1109 02/08/2016 hose Interested in the Organizations Open Systems ● Stakeholders (Internal and External) ● Effectiveness ○ Perspective ○ Type ○ Time ○ Measures? 1. Participation 2. Productivity a. quality 3. Organizations’ Performance a. Earnings b. Sales c. Overall Standing 4. Objective v. Subjective Measures a. There is no one right way to measure effectiveness b. Equifinality Organizational Ethics ● Def: moral principles that guide individual and organizational behavior ○ usually a set of rules, or guidelines that an organization follows and influences how people in the organization do their work, interactions between them, etc ● Models 1. Utilitarian a. idea is that something is ethical if it provides the greatest good for the most people b. cost / benefit mindset i. make the most people happy but there will be some people who are not ii. best interest of the company 1. usually used by forprofit companies like Strayer University 2. Moral Rights Approach a. all individuals have a set of fundamental rights and the most ethical way of doing things is the way that defends those rights i. not liked by forprofit companies because it doesn’t benefit them b. Challenges i. What if the rights of different entities or people are in danger but they conflict (i.e., defending one person’s rights may put another person’s rights in danger)? 3. Justice a. ensuring everyone is similarly considered ● Influence 1. Legal 2. Stakeholders 3. Sources a. Society b. Professional c. Individual Why Unethical? ● Individual ○ Selection ● SelfInterest ○ Training / Real Work ● Outside Pressure ○ “Everyone is doing it” defense
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