Presentation on theme: "DAEDALUS & ICARUS Daedalus built wings for himself and Icarus, fashioned with feathers held together with wax. Daedalus warned his son not to fly too close."— Presentation transcript:
DAEDALUS & ICARUS Daedalus built wings for himself and Icarus, fashioned with feathers held together with wax. Daedalus warned his son not to fly too close to the sun, as it would melt his wings, and not too close to the sea, as it would dampen them and make it hard to fly.
Headlines University financial aid officers Revenue sharing, gifts and trips Scruggs – Hood Inappropriate relationships between lawyers Cleveland Clinic & 21 st Century Oncology, Inc. Interlocked financial relationships Joel Nathan Ward Currency trade fraud 4/08/2008 NAEP Annual Meeting: Christopher P. Johnson, C.P.M. 2
Code of Ethics Purchasing professionals must have a highly developed sense of professional ethics to protect their own and their institution’s reputation for fair dealing. To strengthen ethical awareness, and to provide guidelines for its members, NAEP has long promoted a code of ethics. 1. Give first consideration to the objectives and policies of my institution. 2. Strive to obtain the maximum value for each dollar of expenditure. 3. Decline personal gifts or gratuities. 4. Grant all competitive suppliers equal consideration insofar as state or federal statute and institutional policy permit. 5. Conduct business with potential and current suppliers in an atmosphere of good faith, devoid of intentional misrepresentation. 6. Demand honesty in sales representation whether offered through the medium of a verbal or written statement, an advertisement, or a sample of the product. 7. Receive consent of originator of proprietary ideas and designs before using them for competitive purchasing purposes. 8. Make every reasonable effort to negotiate an equitable and mutually agreeable settlement of any controversy with a supplier; and/or be willing to submit any major controversies to arbitration or other third party review, insofar as the established policies of my institution permit. 9. Accord a prompt and courteous reception insofar as conditions permit to all who call on legitimate business missions. 10. Cooperate with trade, industrial and professional associations, and with governmental and private agencies for the purposes of promoting and developing sound business methods. 11. Foster fair, ethical and legal trade practices. 12. Counsel and cooperate with NAEP members and promote a spirit of unity and a keen interest in professional growth among them. Members are also encouraged to participate in continuing open discussions of ethical principles with their colleagues and with others. 3
Mother Theresa Humanitarian missionary to poor, sick, orphaned and dying in Calcutta slums.
Bill Gates Microsoft founder
Norman Borlaug Plant pathology and genetics.
Rene Descartes Cogito Ergo Sum, I think therefore I am. Mind-Body Dualism
Aristotle Natural Law Purpose is to live according to your nature in the pursuit of happiness. For man that is reason.
St. Augustine - Confessions And this, but to do what we liked only, because it was misliked. Behold my heart, O God, behold my heart, which Thou hadst pity upon in the bottom of the bottomless pit. No, behold, let my heart tell Thee what it sought there, that I should be gratuitously evil, having no temptations to ill, but the ill itself. It was foul, and I loved it: I loved to perish, I loved mine own fault, not that for which I was faulty, but my fault itself. Foul soul, falling from Thy firmament to utter destruction: not seeking aught through the shame, but the shame itself!
Immanuel Kant Categorical Imperative Duty
John Stuart Mill Utilitarianism Overall Utility Consequential
Haidt’s Moral Structure Harm Fairness Community (or group loyalty) Authority Purity 4/08/2008 NAEP Annual Meeting: Christopher P. Johnson, C.P.M. 12
Basic Ethical Theories Natural Law Utilitarianism Categorical Imperative Ross’s Ethics Rawl’s Ethics Experimental Philosophy 4/08/2008 NAEP Annual Meeting: Christopher P. Johnson, C.P.M. 13