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Ethical Principles as Your Business Foundation . Po Collins and Bill Kaplan NCMA Board of Directors 19 Jan 2013 10:15-11:00 . Answer: Doing the right thing even when no one is looking. What is Ethics?. What is Ethics at the Chapter Level?. Answer:

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Ethical Principles

as Your Business Foundation

Po Collins and Bill Kaplan

NCMA Board of Directors

19 Jan 2013

10:15-11:00

what is ethics at the chapter level
What is Ethics at the Chapter Level?

Answer:

  • The baseline of your Chapter’s operations
  • Sound business judgment and common sense
servant leadership
What is “servant leadership?”

Servant leadership is both a leadership philosophy and set of leadership practices. Traditional leadership generally involves the accumulation and exercise of power by one at the “top of the pyramid.” By comparison, the servant-leader shares power, puts the needs of others first and helps people develop and perform as highly as possible.

Is this a (ethical) requirement for a chapter leader? Why or why not?

Servant Leadership
contract management code of ethics
Contract Management Code of Ethics
  • What is it? Have you seen it?
  • What does your chapter have for ethical operating principles?
  • How did you develop them?
  • Did your chapter leadership sign them?
chapter leadership breakdowns in your code of ethics
Chapter Leadership Breakdowns in Your Code of Ethics
  • How can they happen?
  • Have you had one?
  • How did you address/resolve it?
ethics challenges
Ethics Challenges
  • Procedures to address challenges
  • Ethical vs. legal challenges
    • Do you know when to seek legal counsel?
    • Do you have legal counsel to contact?
operating in the gray areas
Operating in the Gray Areas
  • Be thoughtful
  • Be introspective
  • Be mindful of short term and long term outcomes of your decisions
  • Understand the public perception of your actions
  • Be transparent
  • Be a leader!
examples to keep ethics in focus in your chapter messaging
Examples to Keep Ethics in Focus in Your Chapter Messaging
  • Each meeting have a volunteer take one of the 7 elements of the
  • NCMA Code of Ethics and lead a 5 minute discussion of that
  • element and its meaning – personally and chapter 
  • Speaker topics:
    • Unique ethical standards required for doing business with the Federal Government vs. private sector
    • The key elements of FAR 52.203-13, Contractor Code of Business Ethics and Compliance -- compliance programs and audit compliance
    • The Defense Industry Initiative on Business Ethics and Conduct (known as DII). Website:  http://www.dii.org/
    • Discuss a recent ethical breach in the news and what it means to the profession
    • Feature ethics-related table topics
how do you know that you are making the right ethical decisions
How Do You Know that You Are Making the Right (Ethical) Decisions?
  • If you can you answer the following question:
  • Am I proud to tell my family
  • and friends what I did today?