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Ethics
The branch of philosophy that deals with right and wrong conduct.
Strategic Ambiguity
Being purposely vague in order to derive personal or organizational benefit.
Who claims advantages of Strategic Ambiguity?
Eisenberg and Goohall.
How is Strategic Ambiguity Advantagous?
Promotes unified diversity
Facilitates creativity.
Problems of Strategic Ambiguity?
Complicates interpretation.
Sender can conceal or reveal info.
Makes lying easier.
When Organizations set Ethical Codes they must be.
Clear in definitions.
Published.
Enforced.
Virtue Ethics.
Developing the human soul to be the best it can be.
Perfecting Virtues what 5 Cardinal Virtues.
Courage, Justice, Temperance, Prudence, Piety.
Reason
Intellecutal rational compacity.
Spirit
Feeling emotinons.
Apetite
Desires.
A virtuous person has what?
A soul ruled by reason.
Who developed Virtue Ethics?
Plato 427bc-347bc.
Who beleived virtue found in moderation?
Aristotle 384bc-322bc.
Deontology
Imanuel Kant 1724-1804. Do the right thing