Content is now on Moodle, so much of this will be old and out-dated. I leave it here in case someone who is not currently enrolled would like to find some sites. However, the links may be old and outdated.
Course Syllabus--Twin Cities MBA6315 Policy Statment specifically for Twin Cities Students
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Here is a student orientation site:
and here's a student support site:
sCases that we may use in class for
Links tied to Course Topics
Want a job in Business Ethics?
Examples of Experiential Activity Papers
Examples of Papers From Prior Classes (Many papers turned in will be posted here, after removing the student's name from the cover page. Make sure you don't include ANY confidential information in the body of your paper)
Largest online directory of corporate non-financial reports (e.g., sustainability, environmental and social reports)
Custom, Convention and Courtesy
Legal Issues/Business and Government
Top Ten Lessons Learned From White Collar Criminals by Hank Shea. An excellent article. READ IT. (Permission was granted to have this here by Hank Shea)
The Fix is In -- ADM Price Fixing. Audio of This American Life show.
Equity, Justice and Fairness
Measure your unconscious biases against various groups: Tolerance. Org warning: takes a long time
Research Ethics/Whistle Blowing
Honesty and Deception
Want to sell carbon credits and you're a farmer? Here's three places:
Your Mission Statement
The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People, by Stephen R. Covey, 1989
Misc. Business Ethics Links
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