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According to Mitchell and Scott, authors of "America's Problems and Needed Reforms," quandary ethics concern tangible and concrete moral dilemmas.
Business schools, they state, often teach ethical and moral issues as problems to be solved.
They believe that when organizational rules are applied in solving quandary problems they are seldom sufficient, because they do little to enhance moral character.
The solution, according to Mitchell and Scott, is to go beyond quandary ethics by educating through moral discourse. While ethics courses may have a place in the business school curriculum, they have to be more than a mere appendage to a student's program.
The function of ethics courses should be to instill an open, moral, loving humane, and broadly informed mentality, so that students may come to see life's trials and business's ethical challenges as occasions to live through with integrity and courage.
Ethics courses must attempt to heighten moral character. Furthermore, new technology often creates new ethical dilemmas and the employee may have inadequate background upon which to respond. Employees are still on their own in reasoning through alternatives.
Critics state that because the case study method is conducted in the "sterile" classroom environment, the resulting decisions may differ from those made in the field by practitioners confronted by added stressors including peer group pressure. References 1 Mitchell, T. Confronting the Ethic of Personal Advantage.
Academy of Management Executive 4, no. Academy of Management Executive, Vol. Story about allegations that the promotions of Tennessee State Troopers were tied to their political campaign contributions.
Phil Bredesen gave money to his campaign or had family or political patrons who did, a Tennessean investigation has found. Among those with such connections, more than half were promoted over troopers who scored better on impartial exams or rankings, according to an analysis by the newspaper of three years of the patrol's promotions and proposed promotions.
The situation is not unique to Bredesen, insiders say, but has been a signature of the patrol for much of its year history: While Bredesen has recently said he wants to change that culture in the THP, there is little evidence that he has done so in the first three years of his administration.
In the THP, the rank-and-file refer to a trooper's connections as "his politics. Dowdy of East Tennessee, who retired in after failing in a bid for higher rank.
He said he was unaware of any connection between promotions and donations to Bredesen.This website provides responsible criticism of the 9/11 Commission Report by senior military, intelligence and government officials. It provides experienced professional opinions about the terrorist attacks on the world trade center and the pentagon.
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POST sets minimum selection and training standards for California law enforcement officers, and fosters professionalism in agencies and officers. Joint legislative ethics committee on ethical standards is able to impose, for violations of the state conflict of interest provisions: fine of between $ and $10, per violation, reprimand, restitution, removal from office, permanent disqualification from serving in public office in the state.