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Business Ethics Cases 2

Business Ethics Cases 2

This site has links to a variety of cases and articles concerning business ethics. The cases have questions for discussion


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Dr. L Blue
Dr. L Blue (Faculty)
1 year ago
My department will be offering a Business Ethics class in the fall. Reviewing this material - Business Ethics Cases 2 seems like an excellent fit as the cases have relevant topics. The students can definitely relate to all the challenges that the cases include, such as racism, vaccination, elections, COVID-19, social media, climate crisis, mass shootings, power of symbols, etc. These cases can definitively stimulate discussions in our in-person and online classes. We can even create debate teams to improve presentation skills, along with practicing written expressions.
Time spent reviewing site: 2 hours
Victoria Holmes-Gordon
4 years ago

Currently, I am teaching a course which involves understanding Organizational Ethics. Students enjoy reading textbooks, journals, etc but when it comes to real life issues it truly brings insight to the reader. Students want to read today's challenges but when it is defined and designed as a case study creates a world of dialogue and great learning outcomes. I will be utilizing the information presented to capture my students attention based on concept.

Used in course? Yes
Time spent reviewing site: 1 Hour
Dr. R. Lee Viar IV
Dr. R. Lee Viar IV (Faculty)
11 years ago

I have been utilizing these cases in my Managerial Ethics course and the students have really benefited from the cases. The ability to have this at my disposal is a great asset to me as the professor. The cases are pertinient to the times and are not dated. In addition, I have found the cases are increased engagement in the course room and provided higher levels of critical thinking among the students.

Used in course? Yes
Time spent reviewing site: 60 Minutes
Prakash Menon
Prakash Menon (Faculty)
13 years ago
Business Ethics is almost a required course at the undergraduate and graduate levels. This site does provide valuable information to teachers of this course. I currently teach Business ethics and I found this to be very helpful.