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In-class Exercise #4. Ethics in Management The University of Winnipeg. Term Test Question #4. (As the case protagonist) what are your objectives in this situation? This section defines intended outcomes and thereby the scope for your action plan.

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In class exercise 4

In-class Exercise #4

Ethics in Management

The University of Winnipeg


Term test question 4

Term Test Question #4

  • (As the case protagonist) what are your objectives in this situation?

    • This section defines intended outcomes and thereby the scope for your action plan.

    • Don’t make this a mini-action plan.   Couch your objectives in terms of outcomes you can’t directly control, not actions you intend to take.

    • Objectives can also be couched in terms of collateral damage to be avoided.


Specific assignment for ice 4

Specific Assignment for ICE#4

  • State three objectives (other than those below) for each of the three cases considered to date. For example:

    • A Part-time Job with a Full-time Challenge

      • Stop the theft from your employer

    • Too Much Information

      • Complete the group project properly


Format specifications

Format Specifications

Limit your response to one wordprocessed page (using MSWord), double-spaced in 12-point font with one inch margins on all four sides.

At the top of the page (but not in a header) list the student numbers in ascending order (but not names) of all students involved.


Submission specifications

Submission Specifications

Title the document ETH-ICE4: followed by the student numbers (but not the names) in ascending order separated by commas, of all students involved.

E-mail the document, using the entire document name as the subject line, as an attachment to [email protected] 4:00 p.m. Wednesday, October 1)

Once that’s done, this class is over for you!


Ad hoc groups for ice 4

Ad hoc groups for ICE #4


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