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Running head: ETHICS AND DECISION MAKING 1
Ethics and Decision Making
Vanessa McAndrew
Capella University

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ETHICS AND DECISION MAKING 2
Introduction
Ethical decision making resides on the fact that a company culture could acutely
distinguish between right and wrong. Unethical institutions face many challenges in their quest
to have performance evaluation and productivity among the top brass. In a bid to lay the hook
off, several ethical approaches are vital in the day to day running of business thus ensure
integrity, confidentiality and utmost good faith practiced at all costs in the organization levels.
The practical method, the standard right approach, rights model and fairness for justice decision
technique all have an indicating finger towards the best for the entity. The organization must at
all time figure out employee actions in lieu to their subsequent repercussions then advise on the
same. Also, good cultural practices desire that a policy on ethics get rolled out from top to
bottom thus ensure corporate policy on the same is appropriate.
Ethical approaches to decision making
As earlier stated, the utilitarian approach comes first when looking into the ethical
parameters. Utilitarianism approach came from Jeremy Bentham and John Stuart. The two had
ethics perceived as providing the greatest balance of good for a maximum number of people.
They also put it that people behave in a particular manner having some scenarios at the back of
their mind probably afraid of the consequences of doing bad or motivated by the prospect of
reaping good deeds. An example here points to a strict manager who requires all subordinates to
report to work on time failure to which punishment gets unleashed. Many employees would
report to work early just to avoid the danger of reprimanding from the human resource manager.
The other approach refers to the rights methodology of handling morality. Immanuel Kant
argued that people are the superior creatures on earth thus have the free will to choose from good
or bad without any violation from any sector of the institution. The person in a man demands that

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Running head: ETHICS AND DECISION MAKING Ethics and Decision Making Vanessa McAndrew Capella University 1 ETHICS AND DECISION MAKING 2 Introduction Ethical decision making resides on the fact that a company culture could acutely distinguish between right and wrong. Unethical institutions face many challenges in their quest to have performance evaluation and productivity among the top brass. In a bid to lay the hook off, several ethical approaches are vital in the day to day running of business thus ensure integrity, confidentiality and utmost good faith practiced at all costs in the organization levels. The practical method, the standard right approach, rights model and fairness for justice decision technique all have an indicating finger towards the best for the entity. The organization must at all time figure out employee actions in lieu to their subsequent repercussions then advise on the same. Also, good cultural practices desire that a policy on ethics get rolled out from top to bottom thus ensure corporate policy on the same is appropriate. Ethical approaches to decision making As earlier stated, the utilitarian approach comes first when looking into the ethical parameters. Utilitarianism approach came from Jeremy Bentham and John Stuart. The two had ethics perceived as providing the greatest balance of good for a maximum number of people. They also put it that people behave in a particular manner having some scenarios at the back of their mind probably afraid of ...
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