Analysis Of Coca Cola Code Of Conduct

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Our mission statement seems to be broad at times, however, it covers the ingredients needed to ensure a successful recipe for our events. The company must be the mission statement, if the organization is to succeed. We have guiding principles, a mission/vision, now it is time for our code of ethics to be completed. During the process I reviewed the Code of Conduct for Coca-Cola. The company’s code of conduct is 49 pages long. A large global corporation needs to protect their assets as well as the successes that come with the risks. The next step is a hand and hand crucial process to ensure that the stakeholders and managers have an understanding for the ethical implementation as well as monitoring the performance for all employees. Our …show more content…
Being in the entertainment business along with the focus on customer service for our spectators, business partners and race organizations. The company needs a solid corporate culture. The corporate culture comprises the shared values and beliefs of employees within any given organization (Stanwick & Stanwick, 2014). We have to ensure that we keep unethical acts that violate integrity, falsification of accounting issues, sexual harassment, discrimination and anything else that will cause a prejudice, misperception to the outside world. The leadership team must monitor these situations and act accordingly if something …show more content…
The organization cannot survive in today’s social media environment where everything is news with everyone being a reporter. The company has solid identifiable principle’s, a mission/vision statement to guide the executive staff, managers and supervisors to lead, train and instill the values, ethics and morals that the organization was founded. The training, monitoring and evaluation of the organization on a regular basis to ensure that the ethical decision making process is at the tip of the spear when situations arise for our employees. Managers and supervisors alike, must communicate and walk the talk as role models for our employees, so in turn they will handle themselves accordingly when dealing with customers and outside agencies. The organization will focus on keeping our corporate culture consistent, in which our customers, employees and business partners will not have to guess or be left in the dark on what our companies ethical thought process is, or what types of decisions we will make if a situation

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