G Biosport Products Ethics Game Simulation

  • Ethics Game Dilemmas

    Ethics Game Dilemmas Anna Black ETH/316 August 31, 2011 Ben Michaels Ethics Game Dilemmas As a manager, a person will face many ethical dilemmas. The right choice is determined by what the manager, or decision-maker feels is right. In the Ethics games, the manager was faced with two dilemmas. In the Mysterious Blogger, the manager of safety and efficiency was made aware of an employee that blogged about confidential company information. Another employee then took it upon himself to

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  • Eth 316 Ethics Game

    ETHICS GAME DILEMMAS In selecting the Ethics Game Dilemmas simulation, two in-depth situations were presented that identified dilemmas in very different areas. Both situations dealt with ethical issues inside a business setting. Yet, each situation’s dilemma, while within a business setting, brought in two very different types of issues that are relatable in today’s business world. In the simulation titled “The Mysterious Blogger,” a company regulation stated that it was against the rules

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  • Ethics-Game Dilemmas

    Ethics-Game Dilemmas Carlos E. Nieves Marfisi Ethics and Social Responsibility- ETH/316 November 19, 2012 Mary Carter Individual Organizational Issues – Simulation Reflective Summary The ethical issues that were presented in the Week Three Ethics Game Simulations were from The Mysterious Blogger and The Veiled ID. The ethical issues on “The Mysterious Blogger” were whether the information obtained by Jamal Moore, the IT Tech was enough to discipline Aaron Webb, the

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  • Eth 316 Week Five the Ethics Game

    Ethical Perspectives: The Ethics Game Many situations arise in the workplace that require employees (managers and subordinates) to sit down and think about the best solution. Sometimes solutions are unclear and what seems to be the most obvious answer, is not always the best choice. The Ethics Game simulation presented two different cases: the case of the mysterious rose and the case of the cold feet. Both cases bring the “manager” through different thought processes to make them understand the

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  • New Product Development and Ethics

    in-dividuals in order to make them more crea-tive which are: New Product Development and Ethics From New Product Development (NDP) to Sustain-able New Product development (SNPD) The present review aims at being a summary of the main academic articles about project in-novation and the ethical considerations behind them. In 2007 Melissa S Baucus expressed her concern for the fact that creativity researchers rarely discuss ethics. Although the num-ber of companies with ethical considerations is

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  • Ethics Simulation

    City of Kelsey Community Profile ETH/316 March 28, 2013 City of Kelsey Community Profile The City of Kelsey is a community filled with culture and a diverse group of people. African American, Caucasian, Asian American, and other ethnicities make up the residents in this community. There are a wide range of occupations within the realm of this community. There are blue collar occupations, information technologies, medical personnel, logistics, police officers, firefighters, and other

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  • Ethics Game Dilemma

    The Ethics Game simulations of The Mysterious Rose and The Cold Feet Dilemmas address the following ethical issues: The first ethical concern is regarding a company employee by the name of Gayle Dornier. Gayle has received unwanted flowers from an unknown person, multiple times per week, and to this day Gayle has no idea who is sender of the flowers. Receiving a large quantity of flowers has begun to make her feel uncomfortable. Therefore Gayle is taking the proper Chain of Command to find a possible

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  • Ethical Simulation-Mgt 216

    Ethical Simulation After taking part in the ethics game, a couple of issues were presented which needed to be addressed in me taking part as a Quality Control Manager in the G-Bio Sport Company. Decision making steps were used differently for each issue to have the ability to address the issue in the correct fashion. I used two different ethical perspectives, and two different ethical lenses to make my decisions in this simulation. Even using these perspectives, and lenses my management decisions

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  • Ethics Game Delima

    Ethics Game Dilemma Mysterious Roses and Cold Feet March 12, 2013 Abstract Sexual Harassment and Falsifying data are an unethical practice that could happen in an organization. Leaders are required to take action. In the case of the Mysterious Roses and the case of the Cold Feet G BioSport find themselves resolving serious dilemmas. This discuss will address decision-making steps, ethical lenses used to make decisions, and ethical lenses that influence decisions. Ethical issues presented

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  • Using System Dynamics in Business Simulation Training Games

    Using System Dynamics in Business Simulation Training Games by Jennifer Ching-Wen Han Submitted to the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of Masters of Engineering in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at the MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY May 9th, 1997 © Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1997. All Rights Reserved. Au th or ....................................................................

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  • Ethics Simulation

    Ethics Simulation In this simulation as Quality Control Manager I was faced with a quality issue with an impurity in one of the main ingredients found in a majority of our products. All though the level was below FDA standards, the ethical standards at G-BioSport had the company faced with an dilemma. Using the rights/responsibility lens I decided to share the information with our customers and offer to replace the product or refund them the purchase price. My deontology results approach showed

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  • Ethics Game Simulations Finale

    Ethics Game Simulations Finale Ethics Game Simulations Finale In the ethics game simulation Mysterious Roses and Cold Feet, I was presented with a case of harassment. I am the Director of Sales who sale representative was being harassed by another employee from research. He was sending flowers anonymously and even reached out about her performance, asking for leniency. Other employees noticed the female employees’ distress over the flowers and also express concern and she also reached out

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  • Ethics Game Simulation Reflection

    University of Phoenix Material Ethics Game Simulation Worksheet Student Name: ________________ Facilitator: ______________ Complete the interactive Ethics Game Simulation, located on the student website. You will only be able to go through the simulation once, so please use this worksheet to take notes. The simulation will use the following decision model with the indicated critical decision points. Take notes about your decisions or make a copy of the screen when you complete the

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  • Ethics Game Reflective Journal

    Thompson MGT/216 July 19, 2011 Charles Donewar Ethics Game Reflective Journal The Ethics Game Simulation reflected two different situations in which G-Biosport were faced with. The first case was the Case of Fair Warning and the second was the Case of Stringent Standard. Both of these situations involved many different stakeholders. These stakeholders included: Customers of G-Biosport, employees of G-Biosport such as, The Shareholders, The Board of Directors, Carson Nelson (Chief

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  • Realty Tycoon Simulation Game

    meaningful way. Simulation game is one of the ways to achieve that. A simulation game is a dramatic view of real life situations for the serious purpose of learning about real experiences in a controlled environment. Students of CEC from IIM Raipur created and conceptualized a simulation game, REAL-TY-COON. The main objective of the game is to replicate real life scenario of construction business. The game is based on the concept of demand and supply and how market prices of products are determined

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  • Ethics Game

    Ethics Game Week 5 Performance measurements Performance measurements are used to characterize and define performance in a project. They are used to track and manage progress toward achieving specific project goals. Performance measurements help determine how decision-making processes of a project led to its success or failure, understanding these can help organizations make future improvements. It is a project manager's responsibility to measure performance based on the triple constraints

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  • Simulation Game

    Strategy Simulation Game Name: University: Course: Section: Instructor: Date: Table of Contents Introduction 2 Pure Monopoly 2 Oligopoly 3 Monopolistic Competition 4 Perfect Competition 4 Relation with Porter's Five Force Model 4 Conclusion 6 References 7 Strategy Simulation Game Introduction This paper explains the use of economics in managerial decision making based on the simulation. It describes decision making process of management in different market structures. The main objective

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  • Ethics Game 2.1

    G-BioSport Memo To: Carol Tempest,VP of human Resources From: Molicia E. Freeman CC: Gayle Dornier, sales representative, Bill Witherspoon Date: June 13, 2013 Re: Misunderstanding between Coworkers Background A few days ago an employee inform of a situation that was transpiring within my team. They wanted to give me advance warning because the incident could affect the relationship of the team as well as our performance. A female coworker been getting flowers in the office almost every

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  • Ethics Game

    Ethics Game Simulation Worksheet Student Name: ________________ Facilitator: ______________ Complete the interactive Ethics Game simulation, located on the course page on the University of Phoenix Student Web site for Week Three. You will only be able to go through the simulation only one time, so please use this worksheet to take notes. The simulation will use the following decision model with the indicated critical decision points. You will want to take notes about your decisions and/or

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  • Eth/316 Ethics Game Dilemmas

    Ethics Game Dilemmas ETH/316 January 20, 2014 Ethics Game Dilemmas In the case of the mystery roses, the ethical issues were how do I protect the individuals involved and address the community’s needs. This meant that Gayle’s confidentiality had to be addressed, Bill had to be approached fairly, and everyone needed to understand the appropriate steps to take. According to Title VII, workplace harassment is a serious issue and must be addressed quickly and completely. With this case, the

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  • The Ethicsgame Simulation

    The Ethics Game Simulation Tamika Nimely Monday, August 23, 2010 G-sport is a company that provide nutrition supplement for sports to customers. The company meets the FDA standards with their products. The lab tests reveal of contamination on the sample tests, so the products should be return and resolve the issue. The responsibility of this issue lies in the Quality control manager to decide on how to resolve this problem and come to a conclusion to the solution. The simulations the QC manager

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  • Ethics Game 2

    The Ethics Game II Eth/316 October 31, 2013 The Case of the Mysterious Roses The ethical issue that presented itself in “The Case of the Mysterious Roses” is the concern of an employee in regard to possible harassment in the workplace. The employee has been the subject of unsolicited attention and requests a confidential meeting. The author must make a decision on how to handle both the confidentiality of the meeting and how to proceed with the harassment claim. According to the companies

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  • Ethics Game Simulation

    Ethics Game Simulation MGT/216 Michael Baney 26 August 2010 Ethics have always been an important aspect of the business world. There are a wide variety of ethical dilemmas one might face at work, at school, and even at home. The best way to prepare for any ethical eventuality is to know what ethics are and how to recognize ethical and unethical behavior in any given situation. The Ethics Game simulation at the University of Phoenix is a valuable tool for learning to recognized these

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  • Simulation

    The reflection of my experiences of The Everest group simulation z3238040 Seung Kon Back ● The Executive Summary The team 1 was organised to perform two Everest simulations and its members were Seungkon, Florence, Yajia, Michael, Manas and Rebecca. This report is a record of experiences during the simulations and also aims to describe the team’s experiences and critically analyse the results and communication structures. It was found that the main factor of the team’s failure is attributable

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  • Simulation Game

    knowledge in an online business simulation game, wherein we created our own car business and competed on the European car market fictionally. This paper aims to elucidate the advance of our strategic decision-making, observes the reasoning behind it and examines the following implementation of our approach. Founded on the definition of strategy being “A plan of action designed to achieve a long-term or overall aim”, we questioned ourselves in the commencement of the game what our strategy would be (Andrews

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  • Ethics Game Simulation

    Ethics Game Simulation University of Phoenix MGT 216 November 7, 2010 G-Bio Sport’s Game Simulation Today I had the opportunity to experience the interactions of ethics and problematic dilemmas facing an organization through a game simulation. The simulation placed the role of quality control manager (QCM) as my title within an organization called “G-Bio Sport’s.” Additionally, I was tasked with two dilemmas involving ethical issues, and the various ethical perspectives that were

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  • Business Game Simulation

    The Business Strategy Game COMPETING IN A GLOBAL MARKETPLACE 2014 Edition Player’s Guide Created by Arthur A. Thompson, Jr. The University of Alabama Gregory J. Stappenbeck GLO-BUS Software, Inc. Mark A. Reidenbach GLO-BUS Software, Inc. The Online Edition of The Business Strategy Game is published and marketed exclusively by McGraw-Hill/Irwin, 1333 Burr Ridge Parkway, Burr Ridge, IL 60527 Copyright © 2014 by GLO-BUS Software, Inc. All rights reserved. No part of this document

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  • Ethics Game Simulation

    Ethics game simulation A principle exists as a feature or quality believed to be ethically outstanding and therefore is appreciated as a base of ethics and good start for a decent living being. Personal qualities are features cherished as promoting personal and communal comfort. G-BioSport is a business that supplies sports nourishment and supplements to its consumers. The company adheres to the modern Foodstuffs and Drug Administration (FDA) principles with their commodities. Nevertheless, new

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  • Product Placement

    Research Product placement effectiveness: revisited and renewed Kaylene Williams California State University, Stanislaus Alfred Petrosky California State University, Stanislaus Edward Hernandez California State University, Stanislaus Robert Page, Jr. Southern Connecticut State University ABSTRACT Product placement is the purposeful incorporation of commercial content into noncommercial settings, that is, a product plug generated via the fusion of advertising and entertainment. While product placement

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  • Bear Game Simulation

    The Beer Distribution Game (Channel Coordination Simulation) This exercise was developed by Forrester at MIT to study industry dynamics during the 1960s. The exercise is now being played in most major business schools as supply chain management has become an important strategic issue for business to stay competitive. The exercise allows you to experience first hand the flow of materials through a supply chain, see its mechanics, and appreciate some important phenomena associated with a supply

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  • Ethics Game Simulation

    Ethics Game Simulation Preston Anderson HCS/478 11-03-2014 Dr. Lora S. Lee, RN What are Ethical Issues? The first ethical dilemma presented was between a parent's religious beliefs and wanted the safety of their daughter to be left to God and what was ethically and legally the responsibility of the hospital. The parents wanted limited medication and medical assistance for their daughter. The limited use of medication caused the labor to be prolonged and was starting to put the fetus in

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  • Ethics Game Simulation

    The ethics game simulation provided a glance into the stresses faced in the business world when confronted with an ethical dilemma. Where I do not believe this simulation provides a true representation of how one might think in the situation, I am confident that the lessons learned will assist in my remaining calm during a crisis. The Case of Fair Warning G-BioSport’s Quality Control department had been awarded a National QA award. Recently, the company had convinced the FDA to implement higher

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  • Simulation Game Data

    Acquire new customer: SNC is considering an opportunity to add Atlantic Wellness, a large, successful health food chain as a new corporate customer for its herbal nutraceutical product line. Taking on this customer would immediately increase SNC's sales by $4 million per year (a one-time increase of 40%) and EBIT by $260,000. The profit margins and net working capital terms would remain the same as for SNC's existing business. What would you like to do about this opportunity? -------------------------------------------------

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  • Mkt 431 Ethics and Product Consumption Paper

    numerous products that appeal to different consumers and their beverage preferences. Starbucks span of products consists of coffee, tea, sandwiches, baked goods as well as other foods and beverages. Starbucks Evenings locations also offer a variety of alcohol and appetizers after 4pm. Starbucks has a reputation for exercising ethical business practices and uses the six pillars of the marketing code of ethics on a consistent basis. Honesty Starbucks chooses not to advertise their product through

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  • Ethics Game Simulation

    Ethics Game Simulation MGT/216 October 5, 2011 Ethics Game Simulation This Ethics Game Simulation takes the user through two ethical dilemmas situations that were enthused by actual procedures in a business world. In the scenario the main user was the Quality Control Manager for G-Bio Sports, the responsibilities were to devise strategies and compose conclusions on ethical situations that came up. The first dilemma had a product that was tainted and had been attain by the community. On

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  • Mgt 216 Week 3 Ethics Game Simulation Paper

    MGT 216 Week 3 Ethics Game Simulation Paper Get Tutorial by Clicking on the link below or Copy Paste Link in Your Browser http://hwguiders.com/downloads/mgt-216-week-3-ethics-game-simulation-paper/ For More Courses and Exams use this form ( http://hwguiders.com/contact-us/ ) Feel Free to Search your Class through Our Product Categories or From Our Search Bar (http://hwguiders.com/ ) Ethics Simulation Paper Introduction This ethical simulation game was designed to help us in identifying

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  • Ethics Game

    University of Phoenix Material EthicsGame Simulation Worksheet Student Name: _________________________ Facilitator: _________________________ Complete the interactive Ethics Game simulation, located on the course page on the University of Phoenix Student Web site for Week Three. You will be able to go through the simulation only one time, so please use this worksheet to take notes. The simulation will use the following decision model with the indicated critical decision points. You

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  • Ethics and Product Conmsumption

    Ethics and Product Consumption Paper Leslie Hamilton MKT/431 April 20, 2015 Robert Etter, Jr. Ethics and Product Consumption “Extending the Healing Ministry of Christ” – This is the corporate motto of the Adventist Health System. The largest not for profit Protestant healthcare system in the United States. It operates 45 hospitals with 83,000 licensed beds in 10 states. I have had the pleasure of working for the organization for the past five years. The organization is

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  • Ethics Game Simulation

    Running head: ETHICS GAME Ethics Game Simulation June 6, 2010 Ethics Game Simulation The simulation positions the idea of making ethical decisions when challenges arise in a business setting. Businesses will always go through trials and tribulations; it is how those challenges are overcome, which makes us stronger as individuals and as a company. How particular situations are handled is what people remember the most. The simulation geared us to think ethically and morally by positioning

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  • P&G New Product Luanch

     skin-­‐care  products   every  day  and  are  willing  to  spend  more  money  on  this  purchase  than  men.  But  what  is  beyond  our   expectation  is  that  the  need  of  skin-­‐care  of  men  is  increasing.  All  of  our  men  respondents  are  using   skin-­‐care   products   and   45.4%   of   them   use   skin-­‐care   products   regularly.

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  • Reflective Journal on Ethics Game Simulation

    Reflective Journal on Ethics Game Simulation Maria R. Brook HCS/478 Health Law and Ethics January 23rd, 2012 Caroline Etland, PhD, RN Reflective Journal on Ethics Game Simulation In this journal I will write my reflections on two ethical dilemmas presented in Ethics Game's online simulation, which has been designed to teach students how to make ethical decisions through a practical and repeatable decision model. Ethical Issue #1 Presented During my Shift Near the beginning of my shift

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  • Strategy Simulation Game: Economics for Managerial Decision Making

    economic tools is in making managerial decisions as reflected in the simulation. Decision making process of management is described in different market structures. Just as it pertains to any for-profit business organization, the goal is to cut and maximize profits in each type of market structure. Based on the information provided in the simulation, Quasar Computers were involved in an extensive research in developing a pioneer product “the Optical Notebook.” In 2003, the company launched the first all-optical

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  • Business Game Simulation

    BRUINS FOOTWEAR CO. Business Strategy Game Year 11-12 Report Prepared For: Michael Breen Prepared By: Group B (Bruins) November 30th 2011 BRUINS FOOTWEAR CO. | 2 THE BRUINS FOOTWEAR CO. ATHLETIC SHOES November 2011 This document has been prepared by actual BSG Simulated facts. Bruins Footwear serves consumer products and allied businesses within four regions. Bruins Footwear’s market intelligence reports are specifically designed to aid the action oriented executive by providing a

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  • Ethics Game Simulation

    Ethics Game Simulation: Reflective Journal Susan Lopez University of Phoenix Organizational Ethics and Social Responsibility/MGT/216 Dr. Arnold Bereson December 07, 2009 Ethics Game Simulation: Reflective Journal In the ethics game simulation I was the quality control manager and was given the responsibility of making some very difficult ethical decisions. The first decision I had to make was regarding fair warning. The company had determined that there was a contaminant in products

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  • Us101 R5 Appendix G Ethics Action Worksheet

    Associate Level Material Appendix G Ethical Actions Worksheet Was there anything in either the University Of Phoenix Student Code Of Conduct or the Student Code of Academic Integrity that surprised you? If so, what was it? Why were you surprised? If not, why not? * * There wasn’t anything in either handbook that took me by surprise. From the readings this is every day practices if you are a person with any kind of ethics, morals or values. You should take pride in yourself, and

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  • The Ethics Game Simulation

    The Ethics Game Simulation November 11, 2010 The Ethics Game Simulation This paper will discuss the ethical issues, the decision-making steps, perspectives used, and lenses chosen which helped to influence management decisions. These concepts will show strong correlations within the current workplace environment. The Quality Control Manager is responsible for documentation of test results and drafts regular production reports. This position helps G-BioSports to maintain their high standards

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  • Ethics Game Simulation

    Ethics Game Simulation Luz Del Solar MGT/216 Lurleen Evans October 2011 Ethics Game Simulation Nowadays it is very hard to manage a business with good ethics and making profitable decisions at the same time, especially in a business world where the moral, values, and ethics are acceptable only after the profit is ensure. A valuable professional would make the difference and face the situations taking in to consideration ethics first. The ethics simulation game would provide two different

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  • Ethics Game Simulation

    Ethics Game Simulation Jasmine Zeno BUS/216 June 4, 2012 Steven Fletcher Ethics Game Simulation G-Bio Sport is a business that provides their customers with health care enhancements. The ethical issues arise because the product had passed the FDA standards, however it did not pass its own in house standards. It was confirmed that the samples received had traces of contaminant in it. The quality control manager must identify the problems and come up with the best solution to save the

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  • Ethics Game Dilemma Part Ii

    Ethics Game Dilemmas Joanne Leetch ETH/316 June 18, 2012 Mary Sortino Ethics Game Dilemmas * In the Ethics Game Dilemmas Part II introduced two situations that needed an ethical decision to be made by management as to the best way to handle the situations. The first dilemma deals with the implication that there might be harassment, by an employee named Bill, going on in the workplace. The employee who may be being harassed, employee named Gayle, requested a confidential meeting to discuss

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  • Ethics Review

    Ethics Review Team B reviewed the Ethics Game Simulation and the Ethic Responsibility Project completed individually by members of team B during week three of ETH/316. Each team member has provided a review of there findings. Stephen Stephen completed the ethics game simulation’s two scenarios. The first scenario had to do with sexual harassment and the second scenario had to do with falsified data for a potential product. Both scenarios seemed simple on the surface, but once further research

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