Repaso etica

• Why do we thing doing something specific in ethics (classes, organizational training and initiatives.. ) is important? examples: social trends such as going green, etc. ; diversity; communication and new technology allow us to be better informed about what organizations are doing, ETC. • Why focus on ethics?

A management perspective (increased diversity of values, cultures, beliefs about what is “right, good, fair, honest, respectful”; increasing public expectations towards organizations; increased expectations of transparency and accountability; need trust to live together and to do business-trust is related to perceived integrity and concern for others; employee commintiment and motivation-renewing with the meaning of one’s work; equilibrium between the coomon good and indivudalism and rights; increasing complexity of issues; globalization; etc. The Cost of a Lack of Ethics in Organizations (increased risks of a crisis, lawsuits, accidents, fines; loss of trust of key stakeholders “clients, partners, public, employees, shareholders…”; increased costs due to lack of quality or efficiency or poor client service; inaccurate information affecting decision making; loss of key employees or difficulty in recruiting the best; …plus the social and human costs! ) • What is Ethics? (ethics is more than just compliance with the law or obeying company policy? oing the best we can

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do under the circumstances; reasoning: making critical assessment of the consequences of what we are about to do and the values involved; taking responsibility for our choices and our actions and being ready to justify them; an ongoing questioning of our practices)(Applied ethics is seeking to make decisions and the act in a way that is consistent with? organizational and personal values; moral principles of the society where one works and globally recognized moral principles; social expectations including compliance with the law and international standards; the possible consequences of actions on stakeholders) Ethics vs Morals (morals are obligations we have learnt that should be applied in our decisions for them to be considered “right”, learnt by socialization “school, family, community, religious group) • CSR (Initiatives seeking to work for social betterment. Traditionally, mostly philanthropy and community involvement, Now, much broader-also includes fair wages and benefits, work-family balance, development of employee skills, etc. ) • Cynicism…