Ethical Dilemma Analysis

1. BRIEFLY (in one paragraph) identify and describe an actual ethical dilemma you have faced (preferably in an organizational setting). Use values language to do so.a. Identify the values in conflict, explain how they conflict to create the dilemma, and how they relate to your personal values. (10 points)

2. Prescriptive Ethical Decision Making Frameworks (from Chapter 2): a. Consequentialist – consequences (harms and benefits) for stakeholders and society overall identify multiple stakeholders and the harms and benefits for each identified option (15 points) and dont forget the matrix (appendix that doesnt apply to page count). Do the bottom line mental calculation and evaluate impact on society (5 points)b. Deontological – duties, rights, obligations, principles, values which ones apply to your situation? (5 points) Explain what the golden rule would say you should do (5 points) What would Kants categorical imperative say? (5 points) What would Rawls veil of ignorance say? (if you dont think it applies explain why) (5 points)c. Virtue Ethics What were/should have been your motivations and intentions? (5 points) What is the relevant ethical community for helping you to determine what a business person of integrity should do in this situation? (5 points) What would the disclosure rule advise? (5 points) Who is your ethical role model or harshest moral critic and what would s/he advise? (5 points)

3. Cognitive, psychological, and managerial influences on ethical decision you made. Discuss at least four that are most applicable to your situation. State why you chose the ones you did to discuss and why others are less applicable.Cognitive, psychological influences (20 points) Discuss and apply at least 4 from Chapter 3Ethical Awareness and its influencesScript Processing (are you sure?)Cognitive Moral Development (yours, others)Locus of ControlMachiavellianismMoral Disengagement (be specific about mechanisms)Cognitive Barriers (be specific about which ones)Emotion (which one(s) and how did they influence you?)Other 

4. Anything else (not already discussed) that you have learned in the course that informs your analysis? What have you learned from conducting the analysis? Did using these frameworks raise new issues or considerations? If so, which ones? What do you think now about what you did? Would you do things differently in the future? Why or why not? (10 points)