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Ethics is a key concept in management, yet its meaning is reduced to signify just goodwill. Ethics must be any important part of management, as companies take action based on should objective conclusive and principles. Activities related to ethics should be included in all areas of the company. This an important omission because not only must be decision and actions guided by sound principles and objectives but also because of the multiple benefits from sustainable and deriving consistent ethics including aimed at work as a field of management activates and which therefore deserves management's time and aimed at including ethics in all areas of people management within organizations. This paper will address elements and criteria on how to include ethics in company decision making.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
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CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION1
CHAPTER 2: LITERATURE REVIEW3
CHAPTER 4: DISCUSSION8
CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION
Companies are created with a purpose of service to a sector of the community, clear goals and objectives to pursue to achieve their livelihood. These objectives should consistent with the values ??and behaviors of employees, therefore decisions taken should be in the same alignment. The first thing we do to make an ethical decision is to identify which indeed it is an ethical problem. (Mead 2007, 35)Not all the dilemmas that arise in business involve an ethical issue. The ethical issues are unique in that present a dilemma between what is morally right and what is not. When making a decision took into account the benefits and costs involved to that extent, the impact will in all persons directly or indirectly with that decision, that all contribute and receive what they deserve and deserve, that no disparity between what some and others receive, we will have all the tools to make an ethical choice or not. Once you have weighed the consequences, you can opt for one of the options available, make a decision and take necessary actions. (March 2008, 27)
Three issues that are central to understanding this model of management, noting that they are not the only ones that can characterize: a) the ethical nature of decision making. b) The formation of 'groups' for the (the) director (a) within the school. c) The type of communicative rationality that is built by those who run it. The first consideration is intended to examine the ethical basis of decision making. This is based on an inclusive conception of what is ...