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by: Peyton Oglesby

MNGT4400_April18_Part1_Ethics MNGT 4400

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these notes are the first topic of the April 18th lecture.
Organizational Change
Lucian Bifano
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Peyton Oglesby on Sunday April 24, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to MNGT 4400 at Auburn University taught by Lucian Bifano in Summer 2015. Since its upload, it has received 16 views. For similar materials see Organizational Change in Business, management at Auburn University.

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Date Created: 04/24/16
MNGT 4400 Organizational Change Lecture ETHICS Ethics  Ethics has to do with behavior …with what you actually DO. o Does your behavior “measure up” to society’s standards? o If your behavior “measures up,” you are generally thought of as an ethical person.  If it doesn’t you are not  Current Ethical Problems: o Workforce diversification o Globalization of business o Civil litigation and government regulation o Unprecedented accounting scandals o Concerns about environmental stewardship  What defines ethical behavior? o Professional standards o A moral code - what is good and what is bad? o Organizational policies, rules, and regulations o Codes of law o Societal norms - what others expect o Personal values and beliefs o Actions under stress and in challenging times  Why do people take unethical actions? o Class answers  To “get even”  Angry  Greed o Malice o Personal greed o Sociopathic: lack of conscience o Will to win or achieve at any cost o Fear of failure o Envy, jealousy, resentment  To be ethical, you must: o KNOW what’s right, VALUE what’s right, and DO what’s right!  Decision making tests o Front Page of the Newspaper o “Golden Rule”-do unto others as you would have them do to you o Personal gain o Dignity and Poise o Equal Treatment o Behavior Under Pressure o “The Smell Test!”  Are ethical norms and practices of other countries different from those in the U.S.? o You have to pick the toughest set of standards and live by them wherever you are


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