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Business ethics has become a hot topic of today. Many organizations are following ethical
practices in different ways and many are trying to incorporate those ethical practices into their
businesses. Need to Incorporate ethical practices in business strategy has changed the future of
the organizations in terms of decision making, strategies, focus, structure and all internal as well as
external issues. Analysts fear that the future would not exist without ethics and consider it as
essential element that would lead to major organizational change.
Considering the incorporation of ethics in business practices, a challenging issue, it is observed
that during the process of implementation, organizations have to face a lot of issues &
challenges. Addressing those issues can not only help organizations cope with core concerns but
also will pave the way for making business ethics a permanent part of business strategy
Al-Huda International is a leading manufacturer of leather products which are not only popular
national wide but also is successfully doing business internationally with specialization in enduring
colors and high quality. Al-Huda International has realized the importance of ethics in its business
due to many factors and the aim to become an ethically responsible firm.
CEO of Al-Huda is concerned with the accurate and timely implementation of ethical practices in
business strategy. On the other hand he knows that organization may face different issue during
this process. To streamline this process, he has hired you as an analyst to see what kind of issues AlHuda might face during the process of implementation? For this purpose you also have to find out
the reasons of Al-Huda’s eagerness for ethical practices and then have to prepare a report on
the issues that this organization might face
Hint: You have to find why Al-Huda International is so eager to implement ethical practices?
You also have to write that what kind of issues Al-Huda International has to face in process of
implementing ethical practices?
Don’t forget to support your report logically with a suitable example
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MGT610 ASSNMNT SOLUTION
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Importance of business Ethics in an organization
business ethics is,
essentially, nothing more than obeying the law. However, the law and morality do not always
coincide (again, slavery and Nazi Germany are relevant examples). Some laws have nothing to
do with morality because they do not involve serious matters. These include parking laws, dress
codes, and other laws covering similar matters. Other laws may even violate our moral
standards so that they are actually contrary to morality.
Thus, none of the arguments for keeping ethics out of business seems forceful. In contrast,
there are fairly strong arguments for bringing ethics into business.
1. Ethics deal with matters that can seriously injure or benefit humans. For
example, most people in American society hold Ethics against theft, rape,
enslavement, murder, child abuse, assault, slander, fraud, lawbreaking, and so on.
2. Ethics are not established or changed by authoritative bodies. The validity of
Ethics rests on the adequacy of the reasons that are taken to support and
justify them; so long as these reasons are adequate, the standards remain valid.
3. Ethics, we feel, should be preferred to other values, including self-interest.
This does not mean, of course, that it is always wrong to act on self-interest; it only
means that it is wrong to choose self-interest over morality
4. Ethics are based on impartial considerations. The fact that you will benefit
from a lie and that I will be harmed is irrelevant to whether lying is morally wrong.
5. Ethics are associated with special emotions and a special vocabulary (guilt,
shame, remorse, etc.). The fact that you will benefit from a lie and that I will be harmed
is irrelevant to whether lying is morally wrong.
Issues while implementing Ethics in an organization
Systemic issues ─ Questions rose about the economic, political, legal, or other social
systems within which businesses operate. These include questions about the morality of
capitalism or of the laws, regulations, industrial structures, and social practices within
2. Corporate issues ─ Questions rose about a particular company. These include questions
about the morality of the activities, policies, practices, or organizational structure of an
individual company taken as a whole.
3. Individual issues ─ Questions about a particular individual within an organization and
their behaviors and decisions. These include questions about the morality of the
decisions, actions, or character of an individual
Ethical relativism is the theory that, because different societies have different ethical beliefs, thereis no rational way of determining whether an action is morally right or wrong other than by askingwhether the people of this or that society believe it to be right or wrong by asking whether people of a particular society believe that it is. In fact, the multiplicity of moral codes demonstrates theis no one "right" answer to ethical questions. The best a company can do is follow the old adage, "When in Rome, do as the Romans do." In other words, there are absolute moral standards.
Cultural relativism asserts that morality varies from one culture to another
1. Moral reasoning must be logical.
2. Factual evidence must be accurate, relevant, and complete.
3. Moral standards must be consistent.