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1 LEARNING CONTRACT Misbahuddin Azzuhri

2 About Lecturer Misbahuddin Azzuhri SE MM Major in Human Resource Management & Organizational Behavior, Minor in Business Management Address Raya Candi VI Sigura Hill C 2-3 Contact 2194449, 0812 3372 8899 dinoazzuhri@yahoo.co.id misbah@ub.ac.id 2

3 References Ferrel OC, et al. 2008, Business Ethics: Ethical Decision Making and Cases. South Western: Cengage Learning Hartman LP & Desjardins J. 2008. Business Ethics: Decision Making for Personal Integrity & Social Responsibility. McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. Leonard J Brooks & Paul Dunn, 2007. Business & Professional Ethics, for Directors, Executives & Accountants. NY: Cengage Learning 3

4 Course Outline (1 of 2) Business Ethics: A Fundamental Introduction The Essence of Human and Righteous The Essence of Philosophy, Religion, Ethics, and Values Ethical Issues and Dilemmas in Business Case 1: Wal-Mart: The Challenge of Managing Relationships with Stakeholders Ethics, Business, and Law Ethical Decision Making Ethical Leadership Case 2: Tyco Intl: Leadership Crisis Midterm Exam 4

5 Course Outline (2 of 2) Ethics and Social Responsibilty Case 3: Starbucks Mission: Responsibility and Growth Moral Philosophies and Values The Role of Corporate Culture in Ethical Decision Making Developing an Effective Ethics Program: An Ethical Code Case 4: Texas Instruments Creates a Model Ethics and Compliance Program Good Corporate Governance Business Ethics in a Global Economy Business, Environment, and Sustainability Case 5: New Belgium Brewing: Ethical and Environmental Responsibility Final Exam 5

6 Evaluation 1. Class Participation: 20 % 2. Quizzes: 15 % 3. Structural Assignment: 15 % 4. Midterm Exam (UTS): 25 % 5. Final Exam (UAS): 25 % 6

7 ETIKA BISNIS: PENGANTAR FUNDAMENTAL Misbahuddin Azzuhri

8 PowerGlobalism Culturally Diverse Rapidity of Change Psychological Contract Technology 6 MAJOR POWER OF BUSINESS 1 s t M E E T I N G

9 Main Issues Employee – Employer Relations Employer – Employee Relations Company – Customer Relations Company – Shareholder Relations Company – Community/Public Interest 1 s t M E E T I N G

10 Public Opinion Only 17% – 25% organization has been conducted business ethics successfully (Gallup Survey) 1 s t M E E T I N G

11 Business Ethics: What Does It Really Mean? Expected and Actual Levels of Business Ethics Ethical Problem Societys Expectations of Business Ethics Actual Business Ethics 1950s Early 2000s Time Business Ethics:Today vs. Earlier Period 1 s t M E E T I N G

12 Key Words Ethics Ethics involves a discipline that examines good or bad practices within the context of a moral duty Moral conduct Moral conduct is behavior that is right or wrong Business ethics Business ethics include practices and behaviors that are good or bad (Wess, 2006) 1 s t M E E T I N G

13 Key Branches of Ethics Descriptive ethics involves describing, characterizing and studying morality What is Normative ethics involves supplying and justifying moral systems What should be 1 s t M E E T I N G

14 Ethics and Culture Components of Culture Values Norms Folkways Mores 1 s t M E E T I N G

15 Form the bedrock of a culture. Provide the context for establishing and justifying a societys norms and attitudes toward: individual freedom democracy truth and justice honesty loyalty social obligations role of women love and sex marriage Values 1 s t M E E T I N G

16 Social rules that govern peoples actions toward one and anotherFolkways routine conventions of everyday life actions of little moral significance dress code, eating habits, time orientation, rituals, etc. violating folkways will not be considered evil or badMores norms seen as central to the functioning of a society have much greater significance than folkways violating mores can bring serious retribution theft, disloyalty, incest, cannibalism Norms 1 s t M E E T I N G

17 Moral Justification 1 s t M E E T I N G To avoid some punishment To receive some reward Most of Us To be responsive to family, friends, or superiors To be a good citizen Many of Us To do what is right, pursue some ideal, such as justice Very Few of Us

18 Conclusion Many ethical principles are universal, others are culturally bound 1 s t M E E T I N G

19 Thats All Misbahuddin Azzuhri


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