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MGT 521 WEEK 6

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MGT 521 WEEK 6

MGT 521 Week 6 Balanced Scorecard, MGT 521 Week 6 Career Plan Reflection, MGT 521 Week 6 Learning Team Reflection,Week 6 Quiz

1- Write a reflection paper of no more than 350 words based on the Career Plan Building Activities completed throughout this course. In the paper, consider the following questions:

  • What are the next steps in your career plan?
  • What milestones have you established in the Career Plan to monitor your progress towards your career goals? Why do you think these steps are important in helping you progress?
  • How can you focus your time and attention in future courses based on your career competencies and goals?

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2- Read Case Application 1, “Lessons from Lehman Brothers: Will We Ever Learn?” at the end of Ch. 5 of Management. 

Discuss the scenario with your team. 

Discuss the second, third, and fifth discussion questions at the end of the case with your team. 

Answer each question based on your team’s discussion in no more than 350 words per question.

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3-1. As a university student, your institution’s social principles and practices reflect on you, as a stakeholder, in the organization. Therefore, it is your right to question how these practices should be evaluated in relation to the social issues that your school is addressing. If your university was paying minimum wage when necessary and applying the minimum legal standards to its employees’ work environment, it would be said to have fulfilled its ________.

social obligation

social responsibility

social responsiveness

social expectation

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Incorrect :

An organization performs certain activities because it is obligated to do so to avoid economic or legal ramifications. By paying the minimum wage and applying standards, it is meeting its obligations.
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  • From Obligations to Responsiveness to Responsibility

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2. As a university student, your institution’s social principles and practices reflect on you, as a stakeholder, in the organization. Therefore, it is your right to question how these practices should be evaluated in relation to the social issues that the school is addressing. If your university provides job-share programs, builds a day-care facility, and only uses recycled paper, it could be said to be ________.

fulfilling its social obligation

socially aware

socially responsive

socially image conscious

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Correct :

Although the classical view of social responsibility, advocated by Milton Friedman, described this concept as maximizing profit, it goes beyond this by showing concern for employees and society.
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  • From Obligations to Responsiveness to Responsibility

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3. An organization with a ___________ perspective on social responsibility is focused on maximizing profits.

social responsibility

social screening

social profitability

social obligation

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Correct :

An organization focused on maximizing profits does not necessarily see social responsibility as important. Therefore, it generally only engages in socially responsible practices when obligated by law.
Materials

From Obligations to Responsiveness to Responsibility

 

2-

Read Case Application 1, “Lessons from Lehman Brothers: Will We Ever Learn?” at the end of Ch. 5 of Management. 

Discuss the scenario with your team. 

Discuss the second, third, and fifth discussion questions at the end of the case with your team. 

Answer each question based on your team’s discussion in no more than 350 words per question.

Click the Assignment Files tab to submit your assignment.

 

3-

1.

As a university student, your institution’s social principles and practices reflect on you, as a stakeholder, in the organization. Therefore, it is your right to question how these practices should be evaluated in relation to the social issues that your school is addressing. If your university was paying minimum wage when necessary and applying the minimum legal standards to its employees’ work environment, it would be said to have fulfilled its ________.

social obligation

social responsibility

social responsiveness

social expectation

Bottom of Form

Incorrect :

An organization performs certain activities because it is obligated to do so to avoid economic or legal ramifications. By paying the minimum wage and applying standards, it is meeting its obligations.
Materials

  • From Obligations to Responsiveness to Responsibility

Top of Form

2.

As a university student, your institution’s social principles and practices reflect on you, as a stakeholder, in the organization. Therefore, it is your right to question how these practices should be evaluated in relation to the social issues that the school is addressing. If your university provides job-share programs, builds a day-care facility, and only uses recycled paper, it could be said to be ________.

fulfilling its social obligation

socially aware

socially responsive

socially image conscious

Bottom of Form

Correct :

Although the classical view of social responsibility, advocated by Milton Friedman, described this concept as maximizing profit, it goes beyond this by showing concern for employees and society.
Materials

  • From Obligations to Responsiveness to Responsibility

Top of Form

3.

An organization with a ___________ perspective on social responsibility is focused on maximizing profits.

social responsibility

social screening

social profitability

social obligation

Bottom of Form

Correct :

An organization focused on maximizing profits does not necessarily see social responsibility as important. Therefore, it generally only engages in socially responsible practices when obligated by law.
Materials

From Obligations to Responsiveness to Responsibility

 


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