Learning Goal: I’m working on a english question and need guidance to help me le

Learning Goal: I’m working on a english question and need guidance to help me learn.1/ discussion Discussions are worth 50 pts (25 pts for initial discussion and 25 pts for replies). Your initial post will be due by Wednesday at 11:59 p.m. of each week. Points WILL be taken off if this is not adhered to. The purpose of this is to ensure that your classmates have ample time to respond to your posts. You will need to reply to at least 2 classmates to earn the remainder of your discussion points by Sunday at 11:59 p.m. Initial posts should be at least 250 words and end in a question that will help to facilitate discussion.PROMPT:https://www.historyplace.com/pointsofview/goldhagen.htm (Links to an external site.)Based off of this week’s reading, why do you feel ordinary people were able to contribute to one of the greatest mass murders in our modern history?2/Case Study: National Collegiate Athletic Association Ethics and Compliance ProgramRead Case 1: National Collegiate Athletic Association Ethics and Compliance Program in text, pp. 447-458. Prepare a 2-3 page case study analysis that consists of:Identify Key Issues Why do they exist?
How do they impact the organization?
Who is responsible for them?
Answer the following questions:How does the NCAA encourage collegiate football programs to develop a culture of ethics and compliance?
Is it valid criticism that the NCAA is based more on compliance than ethical values?
How can student-athletes, coaches, and university administrators demonstrat4e a proactive response to ethics and compliance?
Additional Case Resources:http://business-ethics.com/2012/07/12/9945-penn-state-scandal-highlights-failures-in-leadership-and-culture/ (Links to an external site.)http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/early-lead/post/report-ohio-states-ncaa-sanctions-include-2012-postseason-ban-announcement-coming-at-3-pm-est/2011/12/20/gIQAugnR7O_blog.html (Links to an external site.)http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/opinion/editorials/ct-north-carolina-sports-scandal-edit-1108-20141107-story.html3/ DISCUSSIONDiscussions are worth 50 pts (25 pts for initial discussion and 25 pts for replies). Your initial post will be due by Wednesday at 11:59 p.m. of each week. Points WILL be taken off if this is not adhered to. The purpose of this is to ensure that your classmates have ample time to respond to your posts. You will need to reply to at least 2 classmates to earn the remainder of your discussion points by Sunday at 11:59 p.m. Initial posts should be at least 250 words and end in a question that will help to facilitate discussion.Read the following article and answer the questions listed in the prompt.https://smallbusiness.chron.com/effects-negative-corporate-culture-ethical-behavior-65787.html (Links to an external site.)Of the reasons listed for why unethical behavior exists in organizations, which do you think it most important? Why?4/DISCUSSIONDiscussions are worth 50 pts (25 pts for initial discussion and 25 pts for replies). Your initial post will be due by Wednesday at 11:59 p.m. of each week. Points WILL be taken off if this is not adhered to. The purpose of this is to ensure that your classmates have ample time to respond to your posts. You will need to reply to at least 2 classmates to earn the remainder of your discussion points by Sunday at 11:59 p.m. Initial posts should be at least 250 words and end in a question that will help to facilitate discussion.PROMPT:So often, companies have ethical programs in place that are not adhered to universally. Dependent on one’s position, the company may chose to enforce the program and for others ignore it. Same thing on a sports team where coaches allow their better players to get away with more than an average player. Is this ethical? Explain5/ You make the call – Efforts to Reduce Electronic WasteMany companies advertise their commitment to the environment but how can we trust that what they say is the truth? Watch the following video and answer the questions listed below.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IqxwnmlUUtsQuestions:1. Do company’s have an ethical responsibility to handle the e-waste problem that their products generate? Explain.2. Do company’s have an ethical responsibility to advertise the lifespan of their product? Explain.3. Is it unethical for companies to slow down the productivity of a product in order to get consumers to upgrade or replace the product.4. As a consumer, are you disturbed by the fact that companies do not build products that have a long life or that can be easily repaired?6/ DISCUSSIONDiscussions are worth 50 pts (25 pts for initial discussion and 25 pts for replies). Your initial post will be due by Wednesday at 11:59 p.m. of each week. Points WILL be taken off if this is not adhered to. The purpose of this is to ensure that your classmates have ample time to respond to your posts. You will need to reply to at least 2 classmates to earn the remainder of your discussion points by Sunday at 11:59 p.m. Initial posts should be at least 250 words and end in a question that will help to facilitate discussion.PROMPT:Tying in the information on ethical leadership presented in the weekly video with the information on managing an ethics program presented in Chapter Nine, in your opinion, what are the crucial steps that leadership needs to undertake for the ethics program to be successful? Search entries or author7/ You make the call – BP Oil SpillWhen the Deepwater Horizon rig exploded in the Gulf of Mexico in 2010, millions of barrels of oil spread to coastlines, harming wildlife and displacing thousands of citizens. The explosion of the oil well killed 11 crewmen and created a fireball visible for miles. After the rig sank into the ocean, BP spent months trying to seal the crude oil gusher. The global energy giant spent even more time and resources to undo the damage caused to local businesses and wildlife. This event, now considered the largest offshore oil spill in U.S. history, underscores the importance of creating ethics programs that might prevent crises before they happen. In this clip, PBS journalist Charlie Rose interviews Exxon Mobil CEO Rex Tillerson about the Deepwater Horizon disaster https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_tq91E9WRRYhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zcZ9MLDuIl0How might the use of industry safety standards have helped BP prevent the Deepwater Horizon oil spill?
Which managers in an organization should take action to set quality standards and identify areas of potential misconduct or human error?
What role do crisis management and public affairs play in responding to a disaster like the Deepwater Horizon oil spill?
8/ Case Study: Managing the Risks of Global Bribery in BusinessRead Case 18: Managing the Risks of Global Bribery in Business in text, pp. 599-608. Prepare a 2-3 page case study analysis that consists of:Identify Key Issues Why do they exist?
How do they impact the organization?
Who is responsible for them?
Answer the following questions:What are the differences between the provisions of the United States Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and the United Kingdom Bribery Act?
Search for a more recent situation where a company has been accused of violating the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act. Identify the company and why you think they chose toengage in the bribery?
Why is it so difficult to determine when a minor gift, entertainment, or incentive constitutes a bribe?
Additional Case Resources:http://www.reuters.com/article/2013/08/02/us-brazil-bribery-idUSBRE97111A20130802 (Links to an external site.)http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/11/02/bribery-business-countries-most-likely_n_1071452.html#slide=449030 (Links to an external site.)https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-england-somerset-22269573 (Links to an external site.)9/discussion Discussions are worth 50 pts (25 pts for initial discussion and 25 pts for replies). Your initial post will be due by Wednesday at 11:59 p.m. of each week. Points WILL be taken off if this is not adhered to. The purpose of this is to ensure that your classmates have ample time to respond to your posts. You will need to reply to at least 2 classmates to earn the remainder of your discussion points by Sunday at 11:59 p.m. Initial posts should be at least 250 words and end in a question that will help to facilitate discussion.PROMPT:How does self serving bias play into ethical decision making on a global scale? Are there certain economic systems that support self serving bias? Explain how? 10/ disucssionDiscussions are worth 50 pts (25 pts for initial discussion and 25 pts for replies). Your initial post will be due by Wednesday at 11:59 p.m. of each week. Points WILL be taken off if this is not adhered to. The purpose of this is to ensure that your classmates have ample time to respond to your posts. You will need to reply to at least 2 classmates to earn the remainder of your discussion points by Sunday at 11:59 p.m. Initial posts should be at least 250 words and end in a question that will help to facilitate discussion.PROMPT:Based on what you have learned from the weekly reading and video, what must leaders do to engage in ethical leadership? What tools and strategies should be utilized?11/ You make the call! – Chiquita BananasThe rewards of conducting business overseas are high—but so are the risks. While managing banana plantations in Colombia, South America, Chiquita Brands International learned how risky global business can get. In the past decade, Chiquita’s Colombia banana growing operation found itself in the crossfire of Marxist military rebels. The chaos became a public relations crisis after executives admitted paying $2 million in protection money to a paramilitary group responsible for killing thousands of Colombians. While leaders at Chiquita intended to protect workers from attacks in a lawless region, the gunfire continued, and so did the casualties. The executives had few good choices: the company could refuse to pay the paramilitary army and face kidnappings and murders, or they could make questionable payments to militants in hopes of ensuring the safety of Chiquita laborers. According to some critics, Chiquita should have left Colombia and abandoned its most profitable enterprise. As news of the payments leaked to the public, lawyers sued Chiquita to win money for the families of citizens killed in the country.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r1vswKQrEwIWhat issues in global ethics are in play in the case of Chiquita’s Colombia unit? How might crisis management and ethics auditing help Chiquita address such issues?
Was Chiquita’s payment to the paramilitary army unethical? Was it illegal? Why or why not?
Do you agree with Chiquita executives who say the company is not culpable for the deaths of Colombia citizens? Or, do you agree with critics who say the company’s questionable payments to military groups make the organization complicit in those deaths?
12/ discussionDiscussions are worth 50 pts (25 pts for initial discussion and 25 pts for replies). Your initial post will be due by Wednesday at 11:59 p.m. of each week. Points WILL be taken off if this is not adhered to. The purpose of this is to ensure that your classmates have ample time to respond to your posts. You will need to reply to at least 2 classmates to earn the remainder of your discussion points by Sunday at 11:59 p.m. Initial posts should be at least 250 words and end in a question that will help to facilitate discussion.Watch the following advertisements and answer the questions listed in the prompt.Lucky Strike ad 1: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SeUAhuSzSDsLucky Strike ad 2: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vWj_tR64Ti41960s Kodak ad, “Turn around”: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qBWVWjdNWC0Madmen clip: Lucky Strike: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C5rQF7Ofc5wPrompt:Are there moral limits to emotional manipulation? For example, is a government which uses patriotism to motivate loyalty despite policies which are harmful to the public ethical? Likewise, is a firm which uses love, happiness, freedom and similar virtues to motivate sales of products ethical? If so, what are the limits? If not, is it realistic to expect managers to adhere to strict ethical standards? Elaborate on the question of whether Don Draper is ethical in using higher order emotions, happiness and familial love to sell cigarettes that he knows kill?13/ Case Study: The Mission of CVS: Corporate Social Responsibility and Pharmacy InnovationRead Case 20: The Mission of CVS: Corporate Social Responsibility and Pharmacy Innovation in text, pp. 631-641. Prepare a 2-3 page case study analysis that consists of:Identify Key Issues Why do they exist?
How do they impact the organization?
Who is responsible for them?
Answer the following questions:How has CVS handled its ethical challenges?
Evaluate CVS’ decision to no longer sell tobacco products?
What is the future of CVS positioning itself as a health care company based on its decision to be socially responsible?
Additional Case Resources: http://www.nytimes.com/2014/02/06/business/cvs-plans-to-end-sales-of-tobacco-products-by-october.html (Links to an external site.). http://www.wsj.com/articles/SB1000142405270230371730457727987136540538214/ Discussion Discussions are worth 50 pts (25 pts for initial discussion and 25 pts for replies). Your initial post will be due by Wednesday at 11:59 p.m. of each week. Points WILL be taken off if this is not adhered to. The purpose of this is to ensure that your classmates have ample time to respond to your posts. You will need to reply to at least 2 classmates to earn the remainder of your discussion points by Sunday at 11:59 p.m. Initial posts should be at least 250 words and end in a question that will help to facilitate discussion. Prompt: What has been your biggest take-away from this course? What surprised you the most? How will this course impact your actions in your career?
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