Ethical leadership is vital to the future of .business.

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Ethical leadership is vital to the future of .business.

Module Code: SM0381 SM0381 SM0381 Module Title: Applied Business Ethics Applied Business Ethics Applied Business Ethics Distributed on: Start of Term Hand in Date: TBC Instructions on Assessment: Tomorrow s business leaders need to be nimble and to incorporate all aspects of good decision making in an increasingly global and complex business environment. Ethical leadership is vital to the future of .business. Our world is rapidly changing and the changes affect every business, every industry and every country. The future growth and competitiveness of business is at stake. The business world eagerly awaits tomorrow s strong and ethical leaders.  Harold McGraw III Chairman, Business Roundtable During this module you have explored the ethical challenges facing businesses. As you prepare to take your place in the management and leadership of the future you are asked to evidence and reflect upon the development of your ethical awareness and reasoning and to consider the challenges that may face you in your workplace. Requirements Present the development of your ethical awareness and reasoning through an annotated portfolio of evidence supported by a 1500 word essay in which you first will identify an ethical dilemma in a business situation, and then suggest ethical solutions to this dilemma (see specific marking sheets at end). Portfolio Weighting Ethical Dilemma Essay (Part A) (1500 words) (50%) Portfolio of Evidence (Part B) (1500 words) (50%) Part A: Ethical Dilemma Essay (1,500 words) Students are to identify and discuss an business-related ethical dilemma. Ideally, this choice should be relevant to your intended area of future employment. You must demonstrate both an awareness of the key issues surrounding why it is an ethical dilemma, and then propose solutions to that dilemma. A suggested format for the essay is: Ethical Dilemma Description (300 words) Justify why it is an ethical dilemma in a business situation (600 words) Ethical solutions proposed by the student to this dilemma (600 words) Part of the learning experience of this essay is for you as the student picking and developing the dilemma yourself from either a relevant recent news event, personal professional practice experience (particularly for students who have been on placement) or similar. Students are strongly advised to read the marking criteria sheets (at the end of this document) very carefully to gain an understanding of exactly what the examiner will be looking for, and marking against. You should not use an ethical dilemma that we have discussed in detail during a class[1] or has been analysed in a textbook or website; this is your ethical dilemma, which you have developed, which ideally relates to your career aspirations. Part B: Portfolio of Evidence Contents The portfolio contents should provide evidence of your diligent engagement with the module activities including the directed learning opportunities. Your portfolio should be divided into clear sections, with the appendices clearly marked A, B, and C so that your examiner can easily find and mark your evidence. A summary of our expectations is provided below: Appendix A The Ethical Leadership Debate (in Seminar 4) (20% of marks) A reflective statement of 600 words which describes and critically evaluates the arguments presented in the debate on Ethical Leadership. Your argument must culminate in your opinion regarding the debate motion. We expect you to analyse the arguments (for and against) made by the teams on behalf of their characters in your seminar. We are not asking you to write an essay purely based upon the character biographies that we supplied for debate preparation. Appendix B The Seminar Case (in Seminars 1 and 5) (20% of marks) A reflective statement of 600 words concerning the seminar ethical dilemma case which was discussed in the Seminars One and Five. Briefly identify the ethical dilemmas in the case, and then select one for analysis using the normative ethical theories and descriptive frameworks taught on this module. Appendix C Interpersonal and Team-working skills (10% of marks) A reflective statement of 300 words showing how your interpersonal and team-working skills were used in this module. Important note about ARNA regulations The regulations specify that students must complete every assessment component contributing to the modules on their programme. This applies to all forms of assessment as defined in the module descriptor. Please note that: if any assessment component is not completed, students will be failed in the module even if the module pass mark has been achieved; if the requirements for referral specified in section 5 of ARNA1 are met, a resit opportunity will be given; if unable to complete an assessment component because of extenuating circumstances, students should follow the procedure described in the Student Guide to Extenuating Circumstances1. Word Count The word count is to be declared on the front page of your assignment. The word count does not include title page, contents page, glossary, tables, figures, illustrations, reference list, bibliography and appendices. Summarising and compressing the information in your assignment into the word limit is one of the skills that students are expected to acquire, and demonstrate as part of the assignment process. There seems to be some confusion as to the use of tables in the assignment. This issue is covered in the FAQ document on page 15 where it states that: One diagram and/or one table per assignment element (Essay, Appendix A, Appendix B, Appendix C) can be disregarded from the word count. That is a maximum of four tables and four diagrams per assignment (distributed as previously stated). This will not count towards the word count. Students who decide to answer without the use a table or diagram will not be directly penalised for the omission in the marking scheme, but appropriate use of these graphics can help to provide a full answer  We also reserve the right to include excessive wording in either a table or a diagram as part of the word count. Please do not attempt to use our assignment rules generosity as a way of circumnavigating an important element of your assignment. Word limits and penalties for assignments If the assignment is within +10% of the stated word limit no penalty will apply. However, if the word limit exceeds the +10% limit, 10% of the mark provisionally awarded to the assignment will be deducted. For example: if the assignment is worth 70% but is above the word limit by more than 10%, a penalty of 7% will be imposed, giving a final mark of 63%. Time limits and penalties for presentations The time allocated for the presentation must be adhered to. At the end of this time, the presentation will be stopped and will be marked based on what has been delivered within the time limit. Submission of Assessment: All assignments must be submitted via the Blackboard Elp. Marked assignments will be returned to students via the Elp also. It is advisable to retain a copy of your assignment for you own records. Your mark will be returned via Grade Mark on the Elp. Referencing your work The APA method of referencing uses the author s name and the date of the publication. In-text citations give brief details of the work you are referring to in your text. References are listed at the end of the text in alphabetical order by the author s name. The general format of an electronic journal reference in the APA style is shown below: Coutu, D. (2009). Why Teams Don t Work. Harvard Business Review, 87(5), 98-105. Retrieved 29th April 2012 from EBSCO http://searchebscohost.com Author/s name and initials are listed first, followed by year of publication in brackets. Then there is the title of article and the journal where the article appears, which is in italics. Then state the volume and issue number (in brackets) along with the pages where article can be located. Finally add the date the article was retrieved and then the name of the database, followed by the web address. Wherever possible use the homepage URL rather than the full and extended web address. You will find other useful help guides on Skills Plus to help you with the skills involved in writing your assessments and preparing for exams. For further information on the APA style of referencing see the Concise Rules of APA style and the APA website http://www.apastyle.org/learn Plagiarism and Cheating Your attention is drawn to the University s stated position on plagiarism. THE WORK OF OTHERS, WHICH IS INCLUDED IN THE ASSIGNMENT MUST BE ATTRIBUTED TO ITS SOURCE (a full bibliography and/or a list of references must be submitted as prescribed in the assessment brief). Please note that this is intended to be an individual piece of work. Action will be taken where a student is suspected of having cheated or engaged in any dishonest practice. Students are referred to the University regulations on plagiarism and other forms of academic irregularity. Students must not copy or collude with one another or present any information that they themselves have not generated. There seems to be some confusion as to whether you need to anonymise your case study for part one of the assessment. For the avoidance of doubt: If your ethical issue is in the public domain i.e. it is reported on in the press or written about elsewhere you DO NOT need to anonymise If your ethical issue is not public knowledge, i.e. you have used your experiences from a work placement or made up a hypothetical story about a real company DO anonymise Mapping to Programme Goals and Objectives: This assessment will contribute directly to the following Undergraduate programme goals and objectives.Knowledgeable about the theory and practice of international business and management Objectives: Students will be able to: 1. Acquire knowledge of functional areas of business and management. 2. Acquire knowledge of specialist areas of business. X 3. Apply their knowledge to business and management contexts. 4. Conduct contemporary research into business and management.Skilful in the use of professional and managerial techniques and processes Objectives: Students will be able to: 1. Provide evidence of self reflection as a means of informing personal development planning. 2. Demonstrate effective interpersonal communication skills and the ability to work in a team. X 3. Demonstrate critical thinking skills. X 4. Demonstrate problem solving skills.Aware of ethical issues impacting on business and professional practice Objectives: Students will be able to: X 1. Identify an ethical dilemma in a business situation X 2. Suggest ethical solutions to this dilemmaEmployable as graduates Objectives: Students will be able to: 1. In the context of securing graduate employment demonstrate the skills of self presentation. Assessment Criteria (NBS) General Assessment Criteria (1 of 1) Trait 0 29 30 39 40 49 50 59 60 69 70 79 80 100 Knowledge and Understanding Poor grasp of topic concepts or of awareness of what concepts are. Minimal awareness of subject area. Knowledge is adequate but limited and/or superficial. Sound comprehension of topic. Knowledge base is up-to-date and relevant, but also may be broad or deep. Knowledge and understanding is comprehensive both as to breadth and depth.

Module Code: SM0381 SM0381 SM0381 Module Title: Applied Business Ethics Applied Business Ethics Applied Business Ethics Distributed on: Start of Term Hand in Date: TBC Instructions on Assessment: Tomorrow s business leaders need to be nimble and to incorporate all aspects of good decision making in an increasingly global and complex business environment. Ethical leadership is vital to the future of .business. Our world is rapidly changing and the changes affect every business, every industry and every country. The future growth and competitiveness of business is at stake. The business world eagerly awaits tomorrow s strong and ethical leaders.  Harold McGraw III Chairman, Business Roundtable During this module you have explored the ethical challenges facing businesses. As you prepare to take your place in the management and leadership of the future you are asked to evidence and reflect upon the development of your ethical awareness and reasoning and to consider the challenges that may face you in your workplace. Requirements Present the development of your ethical awareness and reasoning through an annotated portfolio of evidence supported by a 1500 word essay in which you first will identify an ethical dilemma in a business situation, and then suggest ethical solutions to this dilemma (see specific marking sheets at end). Portfolio Weighting Ethical Dilemma Essay (Part A) (1500 words) (50%) Portfolio of Evidence (Part B) (1500 words) (50%) Part A: Ethical Dilemma Essay (1,500 words) Students are to identify and discuss an business-related ethical dilemma. Ideally, this choice should be relevant to your intended area of future employment. You must demonstrate both an awareness of the key issues surrounding why it is an ethical dilemma, and then propose solutions to that dilemma. A suggested format for the essay is: Ethical Dilemma Description (300 words) Justify why it is an ethical dilemma in a business situation (600 words) Ethical solutions proposed by the student to this dilemma (600 words) Part of the learning experience of this essay is for you as the student picking and developing the dilemma yourself from either a relevant recent news event, personal professional practice experience (particularly for students who have been on placement) or similar. Students are strongly advised to read the marking criteria sheets (at the end of this document) very carefully to gain an understanding of exactly what the examiner will be looking for, and marking against. You should not use an ethical dilemma that we have discussed in detail during a class[1] or has been analysed in a textbook or website; this is your ethical dilemma, which you have developed, which ideally relates to your career aspirations. Part B: Portfolio of Evidence Contents The portfolio contents should provide evidence of your diligent engagement with the module activities including the directed learning opportunities. Your portfolio should be divided into clear sections, with the appendices clearly marked A, B, and C so that your examiner can easily find and mark your evidence. A summary of our expectations is provided below: Appendix A The Ethical Leadership Debate (in Seminar 4) (20% of marks) A reflective statement of 600 words which describes and critically evaluates the arguments presented in the debate on Ethical Leadership. Your argument must culminate in your opinion regarding the debate motion. We expect you to analyse the arguments (for and against) made by the teams on behalf of their characters in your seminar. We are not asking you to write an essay purely based upon the character biographies that we supplied for debate preparation. Appendix B The Seminar Case (in Seminars 1 and 5) (20% of marks) A reflective statement of 600 words concerning the seminar ethical dilemma case which was discussed in the Seminars One and Five. Briefly identify the ethical dilemmas in the case, and then select one for analysis using the normative ethical theories and descriptive frameworks taught on this module. Appendix C Interpersonal and Team-working skills (10% of marks) A reflective statement of 300 words showing how your interpersonal and team-working skills were used in this module. Important note about ARNA regulations The regulations specify that students must complete every assessment component contributing to the modules on their programme. This applies to all forms of assessment as defined in the module descriptor. Please note that: if any assessment component is not completed, students will be failed in the module even if the module pass mark has been achieved; if the requirements for referral specified in section 5 of ARNA1 are met, a resit opportunity will be given; if unable to complete an assessment component because of extenuating circumstances, students should follow the procedure described in the Student Guide to Extenuating Circumstances1. Word Count The word count is to be declared on the front page of your assignment. The word count does not include title page, contents page, glossary, tables, figures, illustrations, reference list, bibliography and appendices. Summarising and compressing the information in your assignment into the word limit is one of the skills that students are expected to acquire, and demonstrate as part of the assignment process. There seems to be some confusion as to the use of tables in the assignment. This issue is covered in the FAQ document on page 15 where it states that: One diagram and/or one table per assignment element (Essay, Appendix A, Appendix B, Appendix C) can be disregarded from the word count. That is a maximum of four tables and four diagrams per assignment (distributed as previously stated). This will not count towards the word count. Students who decide to answer without the use a table or diagram will not be directly penalised for the omission in the marking scheme, but appropriate use of these graphics can help to provide a full answer  We also reserve the right to include excessive wording in either a table or a diagram as part of the word count. Please do not attempt to use our assignment rules generosity as a way of circumnavigating an important element of your assignment. Word limits and penalties for assignments If the assignment is within +10% of the stated word limit no penalty will apply. However, if the word limit exceeds the +10% limit, 10% of the mark provisionally awarded to the assignment will be deducted. For example: if the assignment is worth 70% but is above the word limit by more than 10%, a penalty of 7% will be imposed, giving a final mark of 63%. Time limits and penalties for presentations The time allocated for the presentation must be adhered to. At the end of this time, the presentation will be stopped and will be marked based on what has been delivered within the time limit. Submission of Assessment: All assignments must be submitted via the Blackboard Elp. Marked assignments will be returned to students via the Elp also. It is advisable to retain a copy of your assignment for you own records. Your mark will be returned via Grade Mark on the Elp. Referencing your work The APA method of referencing uses the author s name and the date of the publication. In-text citations give brief details of the work you are referring to in your text. References are listed at the end of the text in alphabetical order by the author s name. The general format of an electronic journal reference in the APA style is shown below: Coutu, D. (2009). Why Teams Don t Work. Harvard Business Review, 87(5), 98-105. Retrieved 29th April 2012 from EBSCO http://searchebscohost.com Author/s name and initials are listed first, followed by year of publication in brackets. Then there is the title of article and the journal where the article appears, which is in italics. Then state the volume and issue number (in brackets) along with the pages where article can be located. Finally add the date the article was retrieved and then the name of the database, followed by the web address. Wherever possible use the homepage URL rather than the full and extended web address. You will find other useful help guides on Skills Plus to help you with the skills involved in writing your assessments and preparing for exams. For further information on the APA style of referencing see the Concise Rules of APA style and the APA website http://www.apastyle.org/learn Plagiarism and Cheating Your attention is drawn to the University s stated position on plagiarism. THE WORK OF OTHERS, WHICH IS INCLUDED IN THE ASSIGNMENT MUST BE ATTRIBUTED TO ITS SOURCE (a full bibliography and/or a list of references must be submitted as prescribed in the assessment brief). Please note that this is intended to be an individual piece of work. Action will be taken where a student is suspected of having cheated or engaged in any dishonest practice. Students are referred to the University regulations on plagiarism and other forms of academic irregularity. Students must not copy or collude with one another or present any information that they themselves have not generated. There seems to be some confusion as to whether you need to anonymise your case study for part one of the assessment. For the avoidance of doubt: If your ethical issue is in the public domain i.e. it is reported on in the press or written about elsewhere you DO NOT need to anonymise If your ethical issue is not public knowledge, i.e. you have used your experiences from a work placement or made up a hypothetical story about a real company DO anonymise Mapping to Programme Goals and Objectives: This assessment will contribute directly to the following Undergraduate programme goals and objectives.Knowledgeable about the theory and practice of international business and management Objectives: Students will be able to: 1. Acquire knowledge of functional areas of business and management. 2. Acquire knowledge of specialist areas of business. X 3. Apply their knowledge to business and management contexts. 4. Conduct contemporary research into business and management.Skilful in the use of professional and managerial techniques and processes Objectives: Students will be able to: 1. Provide evidence of self reflection as a means of informing personal development planning. 2. Demonstrate effective interpersonal communication skills and the ability to work in a team. X 3. Demonstrate critical thinking skills. X 4. Demonstrate problem solving skills.Aware of ethical issues impacting on business and professional practice Objectives: Students will be able to: X 1. Identify an ethical dilemma in a business situation X 2. Suggest ethical solutions to this dilemmaEmployable as graduates Objectives: Students will be able to: 1. In the context of securing graduate employment demonstrate the skills of self presentation. Assessment Criteria (NBS) General Assessment Criteria (1 of 1) Trait 0 29 30 39 40 49 50 59 60 69 70 79 80 100 Knowledge and Understanding Poor grasp of topic concepts or of awareness of what concepts are. Minimal awareness of subject area. Knowledge is adequate but limited and/or superficial. Sound comprehension of topic. Knowledge base is up-to-date and relevant, but also may be broad or deep. Knowledge and understanding is comprehensive both as to breadth and depth.


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