Fundamentals
Organizational Values
Decision Making
Ethical & Legal Issues
Cross Cultural & Social

100

These represent conflicts in values.
What are ethical dilemmas?

100

Chief Executive Officers
Who, in a 2002 poll, ranked last on the “who do you trust scale.”

100

Illustrative Approach
What approach to ethical decision making focuses on how people actually make ethical decisions.

100

Refers to the fairness of exchanges: “You did this for me and I’ll do that for you.”
What is reciprocity?

100

Define themselves in terms of their group memberships and their contributions to the success of those groups
Who are collectivists

200

This refers to recognizing the existence of an ethical dilemma.
What is moral awareness

200

Tells employees how the leader is likely to behave.
What is the “moral person” component of ethical leadership.

200

Prescriptive Approach
What approach to ethical decision making focuses on what decision an individual should make.

200

Discrimination occurs whenever something other than qualifications affects how an employee is treated.
What is true.

200

Reflects acceptance of inequality and respect for social status or class boundaries.
What is High power distance

300

In this perspective, social responsibility is seen as appropriate because it is “the right thing to do.”
What is duty-based

300

70 to 90%
What is percentage of information that passes through the grapevine is accurate according to research.

300

Principle of efficacy
What states that an ethical decision should maximize benefits to society and minimize harms.

300

Values approach
What is the approach to formal corporate ethics initiatives is proactive and inspirational.

300

Denmark
Which country would be least corrupt according to the annual Corruption Perception Index (CPI)

400

The components reciprocity, equity, and impartiality.
What are the three components that are used to define “fairness.”

400

Important policies should be communicated in short brochures.
What do you need to do when designing a policy manual

400

Rewards and recognition
What continuous performance evaluation is categorized under which of the four drivers of employee engagement?

400

Compliance approach
What is the approach to formal corporate ethics initiatives focuses on required behavior or obeying the letter of the law.

400

Groups interested in business ethics (such as the media, not-for-profit organizations, academic institutions, and religious and political groups).
What is Civil society

500

Principles, norms, and standards agreed upon by society
What is ethical behavior.

500

Focus on values that should guide decision making.
What do you do when communicating a code of conduct

500

Group members conform to the group’s decision and are unwilling to express disagreement
What is groupthink

500

John F. Kennedy
Who instituted the idea that consumers have the right to safety, right to be heard, right to choose, and right to be informed.

500

Grease payments to lower-level government officials
Which of the following is legal according to the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) passed in 1977?