Ethical decision making project, Business Law and Ethics

This activity brings together the ethical issues, concepts, and statutes presented in your readings, lectures, and discussed in your chat sessions. You will select two (2) scenarios and use the Dowd Model to identify the ethical dilemma, identify the issues, analyze the data, develop a plan of action, and institute the plan. Each scenario in the project has a word minimum of 1000 words.

You will use MS Word to complete your assignment. Submit your assignment through the Ethical Decision Making Project drop box below. Do not cut and paste your document into the assignment drop box.
Upload your scenarios together as one assignment. Do not submit to two assignments for each scenario of your ethical project.

Ethical Decision-Making Project:

Instructions:

1. Review the ethical decision making scenarios attached below.
2. Respond to two (2) ethical-decision making scenarios from the attached list using the method below. Each scenario has a word minimum of 1000 words. Submit your assignment in a Word doc. Do not cut and paste your assignment into the drop box.
The following guidelines will be used to submit your project:
• Identify the scenario that you are solving (Case 1 - Case 8).
• Each of the Ethical Decision Making steps should be at least one paragraph and clearly identified ((1) assessment, (2) isolation, (4) development, etc.)
• Responses should use principles and terminology found in your textbook.
• *Any information obtained from outside sources (internet, journals) must be cited appropriately.

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