Dr. Kim Cameron Case Study

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This is an interview of Dr. Kim Cameron who has been serving as the William Russell Professor of Management and Organizations at Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan. He is also the co-founder of Positive Organizational Scholarship (Polly). In this paper, the researcher would provide the summary and comment on using ethical theories and terms used in class.
While interviewing from Dr. Kim Cameron, the answer of the first question was very interesting. When it was asked that what subjects were businesses most attracted to? He gave an interesting answer. He said that bottom line is the driver. Further he said that “If I do not achieve profit, return to share, then I am not doing my job. I will not last, nor will the organization.”
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The philosophy of ethics asks the same questions that have been raised by Dr. Kim Cameron in his interview. For example, fundamental questions ask, how out I act to and what kind of person out I try to be? From the interview, it can be analyzed that he has answered these questions as per demand of the ethics. He defines everything on the basis of consequences, and follows the rules of morals and performs duty for the betterment of organization. Further in his interview the, the same thing of developing the character and virtues has been discussed. The theory of utilitarianism states that a person is obliged to do specific acts that produce and give him pleasure regardless of justice or rules (Denhardt). Further it states that rules of morals should be followed because they produce they greatest …show more content…
Kim Cameron, the Professor of Management and Organizations at Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan, it can be stated that his success is due to the following of the rules of ethics in his organization. He believes in the spirit of sincerity and loyalty and welfare of the organization and employees and owners. He thinks that every organization’s mission has been to earn money, money, respect and public trust, so, his mission has always been the same. He believes in the positivity though in the hard times when the organization is in loss. He gives the lesson of optimism which sustains any organization. So it can be said that he is a well learned and polished person in terms of ethics and

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