Values & Ethics in Business. X420 Discussion Session #80 Kelley School of Business. Values. Abstract ideals that shape an individual’s thinking and behavior – a moral compass Instrumental values – certain way of behaving is appropriate in all situations – “means”.
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X420 Discussion Session #80
Kelley School of Business
These abstract ideals can result from
As the means to an end they become the ingrained ways of behavior:
With the end always in sight:
RIGHT vs. RIGHT
Making decisions under stress or dealing with complex issues that have no clear indication of what is right or wrong.
There are NO simple ethical dilemmas…
all have layers of meaning and effect.
“The simple step of a simple courageous man is to not take part in the lie, not to support deceit. Let the lie come into the world, even dominate the world, but not through me.”
-- Alexander Solzhenitsyn
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