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MGT216 FINAL EXAM
1) According to the authors, ethical behavior is defined as:
A. A set of moral principles or values that guide an individual
B. Rules of Behavior set by the Federal government
C. Principles, norms, and standards agreed upon by society
D. None of these
2) The type of language used when describing a situation affects moral awareness
A. True
B. False
3) There are major differences in levels of moral reasoning between men and women.
A. True
B. False
4) The _______________ approach to ethical decision making focuses on how people
actually make decisions.
A. Descriptive
B. Illustrative
C. Prescriptive
D. Regulatory
5) The _________________ states that an ethical decision should maximize benefits to
society and minimize harms.
A. Theory of cost-benefit analysis
B. Principle of efficacy

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MGT216 FINAL EXAM
C. Principle of value
D. Principle of utility
6) Utilitarianism is an example of teleological theory.
A. True
B. False
7) According to a national opinion survey, identify the goal that employees did NOT rank
among the top five.
A. Good pay
B. Respectful treatment
C. Honest company communications
D. Ethical corporate behavior
8) This driver of engagement, __________, refers to the fact that employees should
understand the company’s strategic direction and how their individual efforts play a role in
the company’s revenue-generating enterprise.
A) Line of sight
B) Involvement
C) Information sharing
D) Rewards and recognition
9) Discarding the few “bad apples” will solve all of the ethical problems within an
organization.
a. True

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b. False
10) An organization can be convicted of a crime even if only one employee breaks the law.
A. True
B. False
11) Managers play a limited role in increasing engagement and building an ethical culture.
A. True
B. False
12) Group norms can cause an “everyone is doing it” mentality. This means:
A) People are more likely to recognize issues as “ethical issues."
B) Many individuals will go along with unethical behavior because of a strong need to
be accepted.
C) Managers cannot blame individual employees for unethical behavior.
D) Employees are actively disengaged.
13) In this example of a conflict of interest, ________ conducted a series of off-the-books
partnerships that were used to hide the organization’s debt and inflate its stock price. The
partnerships were managed by the company’s executives who stood to profit the most from
the transactions.
A) Merrill Lynch

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