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Industry and Ethics Analysis

Industry and Ethics Analysis (Individual report)

 

2018 Semester 2 Brief.

Analysis of contemporary issues, opportunities, trends, challenges or innovation in the ICT industry.

Analysis of contemporary issues, opportunities, trends, challenges or innovation within an ICT Company compatible with the student’s 5-year plan career aspirations. This will include considerations such as organisation/management structure, mission statement, company objectives, the market, ethics and business practices, ability to deliver on their business objectives through their people and processes, SWOT, dependencies, major projects, risks, issues and strategic forecasts. The Report will support exploration of business opportunities with the ICT Company. This work will assist the students in creating a plan (in Assignment 4) that will outline where they would like to be in five years.

Note that depth of analysis of organizational….

If you wish, choose a specific example of an unethical situation; either fictional, or that you have actually experienced. Discuss with your classmates the different approaches you each have taken and try to explain why there are differences, but once again, try not to get caught up in describing every detail of the situation but instead get to the heart of what makes it unethical, unprofessional or possibly risky in the context of the professional workplace.

you are faced with a situation you feel may be unethical. How would you set about analysing the situation? Think carefully about the ethical analysis process, not the potential ethical dilemma. That is to say, try not to get caught up in developing and describing a scenario that is unethical. Rather, your focus is on the procedural aspect of dealing with a situation you feel may be unethical.

What questions do you need to ask yourself to determine whether this is an unethical situation? What facts or data do you need to consider and why? What, or who – might help you in your analysis? Use the Ethical Framework provided by White’s 3-step method to frame your responses to Question 3.

Write 150-250 words, to answer this question.

If you….

What, if any ethical principles, have Mary and Tomas violated? What about Raquel? What options would you consider following if you were Mary and Tomas

Mary and Tomas own a small grocery store. They cannot afford to hire another employee at prevailing wages. Instead, they have hired Rachel at minimum wages. They know that Rachel is happy to be employed because she is working under the social security of another person. One day, Rachel falls and breaks her leg. She asks if Mary and Tomas have insurance to help her with the medical bills. Mary and Tomas do not have such insurance and become afraid that they will now get into trouble with the State of Illinois and also with the Federal government. So, they fire Raquel. When Raquel tries to talk to them, they refuse to talk with her.

Questions: What, if any ethical principles, have Mary and Tomas violated? What about Raquel?….

Ethics & Governance

 

Capstone: The what, why and how

This capstone introduces you to researching and interpreting the voluntary disclosures of a publicly listed company to determine its governance and ethical outlook. The knowledge you have gained from modules 6–9 are of high importance to this exercise. These skills are highly valued by business specialists such as:

Corporate governance practitioners and consultants Business and investment analysts Auditors Corporate accountants and Investment funds looking for companies to invest in.

Remember that it is a company’s stakeholders who determine what is acceptable and not acceptable for that company to do. Therefore, to determine where a company is looking to for its guidance (for example, shareholders, powerful stakeholders, all stakeholders) is an important step in identifying a company’s likely ethical outlook. A bank that is….

explain how you would ethically approach the situation outlined

All members of the accounting profession, regardless of their role, are required to comply with the fundamental principles contained in APES 110 Code of Ethics for Professional Accountants. The first principle, integrity, requires members to be straightforward and honest in professional and business relationships. It is reasonable, and expected, that an audit committee will scrutinise key financial risks and 7 the risk management processes, particularly in a dramatically changed business-lending environment. It is the responsibility of the audit committee, rather than the CEO, to determine the need to review future loan compliance reports before they are provided to lenders. Dilemma: You are a member of an audit committee of a company that has experienced some volatility as a result of some recent challenges in the industry the business….

Why do you feel that there is a need for useful and current job content and specification data such as job analysis, job descriptions etc

in a minimum of 3-5 sentences answer the following.1. Some experts in the field have expressed the opinion that job descriptions are unnecessary and a waste of time. Describe your opinion of the value of job descriptions and present reasons to support your opinion.2. • Why do you feel that there is a need for useful and current job content and specification data such as job analysis, job descriptions etc

The design of successful, ethically produced new products, as suggested in this chapter, is a complex task. What should John do?

11. What information is contained in an engineering drawing? Group technology (p. 177) Assembly drawing (p. 178) Assembly chart (p. 178) Route sheet (p. 178) Work order (p. 178) Engineering change notice (ECN) (p. 178) Configuration management (p. 178) Product life-cycle management (PLM) (p. 178) Process–chain–network (PCN) analysis (p. 179) Process chain (p. 179) Standard for the exchange of product data (STEP) (p. 172) Computer-aided manufacturing (CAM) (p. 172) 3-D printing (p. 172) Virtual reality (p. 172) Value analysis (p. 173) Time-based competition (p. 173) Joint ventures (p. 174) Alliances (p. 175) Engineering drawing (p. 175) Bill of material (BOM) (p. 175) Make-or-buy decision (p. 176) nor the material people know how to make the toy safer and still perform as designed. The failure rate is low and….

• Describe the relationship between legal, ethical and social responsibilities, using your own experiences, as well as readings and research to explain these relationship

Use the readings to establish a baseline understanding of the concepts for this research study. Using your own research on legal, ethical, and social responsibilities of business on quality management, find relevant examples of businesses that embrace, or have failed to embrace corporate social responsibility (CSR) in their business performance. Specifically, your research paper will: • Define (a) legal, (b) ethical and (c) social responsibilities in terms that illustrate the importance of these business imperatives and their relationship to businesses that provide quality products or services. • Describe the relationship between legal, ethical and social responsibilities, using your own experiences, as well as readings and research to explain these relationships. • Through your research, find at least one business that illustrates CSR as part of their business model….

What type of hazard is being illustrated by your examples? Be sure to explain your answer. Explain the difference between moral and morale hazard. Do either exist in this article? c.

JUST WRITE ME SOMETHING RELEVANT RISK MANAGEMENT

1. Refer to the article, In Study, Texting Lifts Crash Risk by Large Margin – 7/28/09, (in the Supplemental Folder) for the Topic One articles. [7 points] a. What pure risk was of concem in the studies conducted by Virginia Tech Transportation Institute discussed in the article? b. Identify two examples of hazards illustrated in the article. What type of hazard is being illustrated by your examples? Be sure to explain your answer. Explain the difference between moral and morale hazard. Do either exist in this article? c.