November 2010

Ethical Dilemma #4: Equal Rights & Equal Risks? – A Truth vs. Loyalty Dilemma

November 30, 2010
Bob oversees research and development for MicroCool, the high tech firm where you serve as CRO. Bob’s group has recently undertaken groundbreaking research that uses heavy Read More

Ethical Dilemma #2: Half-baked Marketing - A Justice vs. Mercy Dilemma.

November 27, 2010
As promised, here's the second of five ethical dilemmas to test your ethical muscles and the CROA's draft Ethics Code.  After you read the scenario and Read More

Responsibility Play of the Week: Congress, Baseball, or 30 Rock?

November 23, 2010
This week's choices for "Responsibility Play of the Week" come from politics, sports, and pop culture.  Which one best spotlights a lesson in responsibility...or irresponsibility?  Read More

Ethical Dilemma #3: Painting Over Problems - A Truth vs. Loyalty Dilemma

November 21, 2010
You work for a paint company. A case is brought against your company that an ingredient in the paint caused a respiratory illness.   The case is Read More

Corporate Responsibility's Detractors Present a False Choice: Business Have, Can, & Should Do Well by Doing Good

November 16, 2010
Prof. Aneel Karnani of the University of Michigan lays out his case against corporate social responsibility (CSR) in a Wall Street Journal podcast.  The WSJ editors Read More
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