Select an organization of your choice for your presentation at the retreat. Prepare a PowerPoint presentation validating the key flaws in an ethical dilemma that you will be describing. In your presentation, be certain to address the following important concepts:
â€¢Ethical integrity and why it is important.
â€¢The role of ethics in business.
â€¢The advantages of corporate social responsibility.
â€¢Ethics and company culture.
â€¢Employees, technology, and ethical responsibilities.
Then, describe any pressures being faced by the organization you have selected and compare and contrast these with at least two other organizations that have faced similar types of pressures.
Conclude with a list of general actions for an organization so as to avoid the decision-making pitfalls to which your selected organization and others had succumbed.
Incorporate appropriate animations, transitions, and graphics as well as â€œspeaker notesâ€ for each slide. The speaker notes may be comprised of brief paragraphs or bulleted lists.
Support your presentation with at least three scholarly resources. In addition to these specified resources, other appropriate scholarly resources may be included.
Length: 15-20 slides (with a separate reference slide)Notes Length: 150-200 words for each slide
Be sure to include citations for quotations and paraphrases with references in APA format and style where appropriate. Save the file as PPT
Use Google as the organization for the presentation.
Each slide will consist of a minimum of a 150 words in the speakers notes.
Compare and contrast Google’s pressures with Apple and General Electric (GE).
Ethical climates and their effects on organizational outcomes: Implications from the past and prophecies for the future.: See attached.
- ASSESSING GOOGLE’S ETHICAL PRACTICES
- ETHICS AND INTEGRITY
- Code of ethics
- Code of morals
- Business ethics
- Forms of Ethics
- Leadership ethics
- Employee ethics
- Ethical organizational culture
- Google Company and Ethics
- Ethical company
- Promote ethical business practices
- Fun and stimulating work environment
- Employee Benefits
- Employee freedom
- Strong management Vs Employee relationship
- Business Integrity
- Doing right thing
- Honesty and consistency
- Moral and belief
Why business Integrity
- Confidence in the company
- Importance of Business Ethics and Integrity
- Role of Business Ethics to Google
- Long-term growth
- Cost and risk reduction
- Anti-capitalist sentiment
- Limited resources
- Corporate Social Responsibility-CRS
- Positive impact on the community
- Public value outcomes
- Employer of choice
- Professional and personal development
- Improved relationship
- Google’s Corporate Social Responsibility
- Wide community an employee context
- Green credentials
- Opinion on social issues
- Addressing gender imbalance
- Importance of CRS-cont
- Motivated employees
- Competitive advantage
- Employee recruitment
- Complying with rules
- Ethics and Company Culture
- Multi-system framework
- Organization culture
- Ethics and ethical behavior
- Ethical culture
- Ethical failures
- Employees, technology, and ethical responsibilities
- New technologies
- Social media
- Legal and social pitfalls
- Organizational risks
- Risks posed by unethical use of technology
- Misuse of Work Time
- Company Resources
- Company Computer Systems, Network or Data
- Confidential and Non-Public Information
- Corporate Use of Social Media
- Company blogs and chat rooms
- Review of information
- Firms sponsorships
- Company conflict
- Ethical Pressures
- Employee behavior
- Employee and ethical issues
- Employee working conditions
- Legal consequences
- Supplier/customer relations
- Avoiding Pitfalls in Decision Making
- Consider other perspectives
- Involve stakeholders
- Avoiding pitfalls in Decision making-cont
- Group thinking and psychological bias
- Effective communication
Google’s Ethical pressures Vs Apple and General Electric Ethical pressure
- Inhuman labor practices
- Unbearable working conditions
- Willing to fix the problem
- Environmentally friendly products
- General Electric
- Civil, Ethical and Civil transgressions
- Disregard integrity of human beings
- Environmental claims
- Google Company-cont
- Effective CSR
- Appropriate Company culture
- Desirable working conditions
- Environmental conservation