Case Study- Business Ethics and Social Responsibility

Case Study- Business Ethics and Social Responsibility

Business Ethics and Social Responsibility

Course Learning Outcomes:
 Develop awareness and understanding of cultural and national differences related to ethics.
 Write a coherent project about a case study or an actual research about ethics.
Assignment Instructions:
 Login to Saudi Digital Library (SDL).
 Search for the article entitled “ Taken for a Ride: Fraud at the Ministry of Transport
Case. by Gee & Bridgman (2019). in SAGE Business Cases.
 Besides this research paper use other relevant material to support your answers.

1- Why is the ability for employees to ‘blow the whistle’ important for the reputation of
organizations? Consider this in relation to the case. (2.5 points, words 150-200).
2- What aspects of the ministry’s culture made it more/less likely that staff concerns about Harrison
would be taken seriously? (2.5 points, words 150-200).
3- What actions would you take to develop a culture at the ministry that encourages and rewards
employees who speak up about inappropriate behavior? (2.5 points, words 150-200).
4. Based on your understanding of the reputation matrix, how do you describe the type of leadership
exemplified in this case by Martin Matthews? Why? (2.5 points, words 150-200)

Answer preview:


word limit: 780