An Intern's Dilemma Paper

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An Intern’s Dilemma
Were the actions Mark felt were unethical aligned with the corporate culture and values? The unethical requests to Mark for deception were not in alignment with the corporate culture and values of the technology firm. As the text indicated, there was an organizational value disconnect or misunderstanding of standard practices culturally occurring with the local Asia office superiors (Sucher & Preble, 2013). Furthermore, Mark spoke to the CEO about the company’s ethical values and concludes the request given, did not reflect what the Asia Vice President was asking of him. Culturally in Asia, the transition of information occurs differently than in Western counterparts. In Asian cultures, nonverbal communication often trumps the literal words an individual is speaking.
Analyze how Mark handled the situation Mark dealt with the
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Proverbs 18:13 guides Christians to gather information before responding. Blindly following orders or requests compromises an individual’s character. When living from a Christ centered mentality, a person has little to fear regarding character. Furthermore, ethical boundaries flow naturally when working within a biblical ethical mindset. Mark’s understanding of the Asian cultural differences requires further insight. Having the choice for never compromising core values stems from Genesis 1:27, where man’s creation was in God’s image. A person’s inherent value begins with their creation by God, for God, and in His image. If further reasoning for holding values is necessary, an individual need only to look at how God cares for people in Romans 5:8. “But God demonstrates his own love for us in this: While we were still sinners, Christ died for us” (Romans 5:8, NIV). Furthermore, the truth of creation and a person’s place in the world is entirely up to

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