Assignments and Business Ethics Project

Apr 24th, 2015
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DUE SATURDAY, MIDNIGHT ***ASSIGNMENT #1: Read "Case 6: National Collegiate Athletic Association Ethics and Compliance Program, pp 444-454.  (https://books.google.com/books?id=zr-iAgAAQBAJ&pg=PA444&dq=Case+6:+National+Collegiate+Athletic+Association+Ethics+and+Compliance+Program&hl=en&sa=X&ei=bJo5VaioJ7iKsQSF6oCAAg&ved=0CB4Q6AEwAA#v=onepage&q=Case%206%3A%20National%20Collegiate%20Athletic%20Association%20Ethics%20and%20Compliance%20Program&f=false) 

Answer the following questions:

1.  How does the NCAA encourage collegiate football programs to develop a culture of ethics and compliance?

2.  Is it a valid criticism that the NCAA is based more on compliance than ethical values?

3.  How can student athletes, coaches, and university administrators demonstrate a proactive response to ethics and compliance?

DUE SATURDAY, MIDNIGHT ***ASSIGNMENT #2: Watch the Patrick Murphy Interview 3—Johnson & Johnson found at http://danielsethics.mgt.unm.edu/videos/interviews.asp.

  Discuss the issues posed in the video.

DUE SUNDAY, MIDNIGHT ***ASSIGNMENT #3: BUSINESS ETHICS PROJECT

Develop a 7-10 page Powerpoint presentation on a case I have written to understand a dilemma facing an organization related to business ethics. The company should be real, but the case study is fictitious. Absolutely no plagerism or use of anything similar found in the book, online, etc. will be permitted. You should address the key challenges the organization faces, any ethica\l risks or challenges, and what the company did in managing those risks or challenges. This case requires external research on the company from professional sources such as The Wall Street Journal, Fortune, Forbes, Businessweek, etc. Do not use sites such as Wikepedia, blogs, and any other nonprofessional publication. 

The case I've written and chosen is the following:


IKEA – Selling Your Privacy

IKEA has been selling personal information to third party vendors without consent of its customers.

Information discovered that Ikea was selling: names, addresses, phone numbers, emails, shopping habits, age, and gender.

I will discuss company values and responsibilities, what is at stake, benefits and risks involved, ethical problems that IKEA faces by selling personal information as well as the possible legal implications, and all corrective actions IKEA will take to rectify the situation for those involved.


NOTE: Please provide include the references on the slide.

Please let me know if you have any questions. Thank you.

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