In order to succeed in international business, both corporations and individuals need broad decision-making abilities. Business decision-making tools yield more coherent and justifiable results when used with an understanding of the ethical, social and environmental aspects of the process. This applies to various situations in the international business setting including business relations with government, customers, employees, and NGOs. This unit is designed to look at these non-financial elements in the decisions made within the international business context. Upon completion of this unit, students have enhanced skills and knowledge relevant to the understanding of ethical issues and ethical decisions making in international business organisations.
3 hours x 12 weeks
team case study (10%); team report (30%); reflective journal item 1 (10%); reflective journal item 2 (10%); newspaper analysis (10%); final exam (30%)
This unit is only available to students enrolled in the Master of Management (CEMS).