Test Bank For Managing Business Ethics Straight Talk About How To Do It Right 6th Edition By Trevino

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Test Bank For Managing Business Ethics Straight Talk About How To Do It Right 6th Edition By Trevino

ISBN-10: 1118582675, ISBN-13: 978-1118582671

Chapter 1, Introducing Straight Talk about Managing Business Ethics: Where we’re Going and Why

True/False

  1. The interest in business ethics is just a fad that has only recently been created by popular scandals (i.e., Enron, WorldCom, etc.) reported in the news.

Ans: False

Response: See page 2.

Difficulty: Easy

 

  1. Discarding the few “bad apples” will usually solve all of the ethical problems within an organization.

Ans: False

Response: See page 14.

Difficulty: Easy

 

  1. Good character is the main factor determining whether an individual acts ethically within an organization.

Ans: False

Response: See page 16.

Difficulty: Moderate

 

  1. Federal laws define what is ethical. Therefore, all unethical behavior is considered unlawful.

Ans: False

Response: See page 21.  Some unethical behavior is not covered by law (for example, lying to a manager about the reason for taking a sick day).

Difficulty: Difficult

 

  1. Both characteristics of the environment and the individual contribute to unethical behavior.

Ans: True

Response: See page 15.

Difficulty: Easy

 

  1. When employees come to an organization, they have already developed into “good” or “bad” apples. Therefore, there is little a manager can do to impact an employee’s ethical behavior.

Ans: False

Response: See page 14.

Difficulty: Moderate

 

  1. According to the authors, most people are guided by a strict internal moral compass and will not be swayed by organization factors.

Ans: False

Response: See page 15.

Difficulty: Moderate

 

  1. By ignoring the topic of ethical behavior, an organization may actually be encouraging unethical behavior through benign neglect.

Ans: True

Response: See page 19.

Difficulty: Easy

 

  1. It is unethical for managers to “control” employees’ ethical behavior through direct management and the organization’s formal and informal cultural systems.

Ans: False

Response: See page 19.

Difficulty: Difficult

 

  1. For individuals, values can be defined as “one’s core beliefs about what is important, what is valued, and how one should behave across a wide variety of situations.”.

Ans: True

Response: See page 30.

Difficulty: Moderate

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