Business Ethics
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Course Overview

Lrnr has integrated the OpenStax Business Ethics textbook with intuitive personal learning tools, adaptive assessments, personalized learning paths, instructor-contributed content and actionable analytics to make studying and learning Business Ethics more efficient, effective and engaging – with measurably improved student outcomes.

Lrnr guides each student through a personalized learning process, orchestrating the presentation of OpenStax Business Ethics in a way that is paced, sequenced and optimized for each student based on their individual knowledge, needs, and abilities. Lrnr also provides accurate real-time learning analytics that help instructors pinpoint student problem areas and provide relevant remediation. Lrnr is a cloud-based educational content delivery and personalization platform that runs in a web browser.

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Lrnr can integrate your lectures, presentations, notes, and syllabus with the OpenStax Business Ethics textbook to provide your students with a complete personalized course configured to your requirements.

Course Content

Why Ethics Matter
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Being a Professional of Integrity
Ethics and Profitability
Multiple versus Single Ethical Standards
Ethics from Antiquity to the Present
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The Concept of Ethical Business in Ancient Athens
Ethical Advice for Nobles and Civil Servants in Ancient China
Comparing the Virtue Ethics of East and West
Utilitarianism: The Greatest Good for the Greatest Number
Deontology: Ethics as Duty
A Theory of Justice
Defining and Prioritizing Stakeholders
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Adopting a Stakeholder Orientation
Weighing Stakeholder Claims
Ethical Decision-Making and Prioritizing Stakeholders
Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)
Three Special Stakeholders: Society, the Environment, and Government
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Corporate Law and Corporate Responsibility
Sustainability: Business and the Environment
Government and the Private Sector
The Impact of Culture and Time on Business Ethics
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The Relationship between Business Ethics and Culture
Business Ethics over Time
The Influence of Geography and Religion
Are the Values Central to Business Ethics Universal?
What Employers Owe Employees
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The Workplace Environment and Working Conditions
What Constitutes a Fair Wage?
An Organized Workforce
Privacy in the Workplace
What Employees Owe Employers
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Loyalty to the Company
Loyalty to the Brand and to Customers
Contributing to a Positive Work Atmosphere
Financial Integrity
Criticism of the Company and Whistleblowing
Recognizing and Respecting the Rights of All
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Diversity and Inclusion in the Workforce
Accommodating Different Abilities and Faiths
Sexual Identification and Orientation
Income Inequalities
Animal Rights and the Implications for Business
Professions under the Microscope
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Entrepreneurship and Start-Up Culture
The Influence of Advertising
The Insurance Industry
Ethical Issues in the Provision of Health Care
Changing Work Environments and Future Trends
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More Telecommuting or Less?
Workplace Campuses
Alternatives to Traditional Patterns of Work
Robotics, Artificial Intelligence, and the Workplace of the Future
Epilogue: Why Ethics Still Matter
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Business Ethics in an Evolving Environment
Committing to an Ethical View
Becoming an Ethical Professional
Making a Difference in the Business World