Instructions: MGMT314: Week #8 Paper: INCLUDE AN ABSTRACT Body of your paper: 5-
Instructions: MGMT314: Week #8 Paper: INCLUDE AN ABSTRACT Body of your paper: 5-6 page Paper For this assignment, you should focus on the reading material for weeks 1-7. Also, use our library to support your positions. The body of your paper: (5-6 Pages total in length)- Show me that you are attempting to support your thoughts with key material from our reading material AND outside sources: Answer the following five questions: 1. What are some of the most common forms of unethical behavior in our workforce today? How could leadership in organizations help to minimize this ethical misconduct? Explain and support your positions with relevant course content and outside sources. 2. As our businesses have developed over the last 100 plus years, have our modern day businesses evolved to be more ethical today? What are some of the factors that helped you come to your conclusion? Take a position and support your thoughts. 3. Would you describe the financial meltdown in our 2007-2008 financial markets as a failure of "people" or of our "capital market processes"? Why? Support your thoughts with ethical theory and examples. Use our library for added research if needed. 4. Tell me about why diversity and discrimination are two important ethical factors that leaders should focus on while attempting to manage their workforce? Provide one example of how mismanaging these issues have had an impact on an organization. How would you explain the importance of these to your employees? 5. Are corporate outreach and company sponsored volunteer programs a good idea for organizations to implement? Why? From an ethical leadership perspective, why would you choose OR not choose to implement these programs? Use course theory and specific examples to support your conclusion. Save your review as Last Name-Week #8 Paper.doc THIS IS AN APA PAPER AND YOU SHOULD FOLLOW APA format. American International Group. “About Us.” Accessed on-line June 12, 2016, at Andrews, Edmund L. and Peter Baker. March 14, 2009. “A.I.G. Planning Huge Bonuses after $170 Billion Bailout.” The New York Times. Bruce, Willa. 2001. Classics of Administrative Ethics, Boulder, Colorado: Westview Press. Cooper, Terry L. 2006. The Responsible Administrator: An Approach to Ethics for the Administrative Role, Fifth Edition, San Francisco: Jossey-Bass Publishers. Frederickson, H. George. 1997. The Spirit of Public Administration, San Francisco: Jossey-Bass Publishers. Karnitschnig, Matthew, Deborah Solomon, Liam Pleven, and Jon E. Hilsenrath. September 16, 2008. “U.S. to Take Over AIG in $85 Billion Bailout; Central Banks Inject Cash as Credit Dries Up.” Wall Street Journal. Johnson, Craig E. 2009. Meeting the Ethical Challenges of Leadership: Casting Light or Shadow, Third Edition, Thousand Oaks, California: Sage Publications, Inc. Leys, Wayne A. R. 1943. “Ethics and Administrative Discretion,” Public Administration Review, 3:1, 3-12. Merriam-Webster Dictionary. Accessed on-line May 23, 2016, at Schermerhorn, John R. Jr., James G. Hunt, and Richard N. Osborn. 2005. Organizational Behavior, Ninth Edition. Hoboken, New Jersey: John Wiley and Sons, Inc. Dobel, J. Patrick. 1993. “The Realpolitik of Ethics Codes: An Implementation Approach to Public Ethics,” in Ethics and Public Administration, ed. H. George Frederickson, New York: M.E. Sharpe, Inc. Madsen, Peter and Jay M. Shafritz. 1992. Essentials of Government Ethics. New York: Penguin Group. Merriam-Webster Dictionary. Accessed May 30. 2016, on-line at Thompson, Dennis F. 1992. “Paradoxes of Government Ethics.” Public Administration Review. 52, 254-259. Merriam-Webster Dictionary. Accessed on-line May 23, 2016, at Singer, Peter. “Ethics Philosophy.” Encyclopedia Britannica. Accessed on-line May 23, 2016, at Smith, Adam. 2012. The Wealth of Nations. Hollywood, Florida: Simon and Brown Publishers.

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