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    Courage is essential in determining one’s true moral character and beliefs. It is what enables a person to face difficulty with bravery and adhere to these values. However, an individual’s virtue and intrepidity can be like a dormant seed that requires certain circumstances to cultivate them. In his screenplay, Schindler’s List, Steven Zaillin explores the idea that when an individual consistently performs acts of courage in the midst of horrific and agonizing situations, despite their…

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    1. Evaluation of jobs, not persons Job evaluation is a systematic way of valuing a job in relation to the other positions in a company. It systematically compares jobs to establish their value for the purposes of determining the rational pay. Job evaluation should not be confused with job appraisal. Job appraisal is documentation and evaluation an employee’s job performance (Carpenter, Bauer, & Erdogan, 2009). In this case, Ted was justified in insisting that they evaluate the job and not the…

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    provides "social benefits" for individuals and society at large, including a better way of taking care of ourselves, and consequently creating a better society to live in". Which means that human values,…

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    advertisers and marketers they will create value for not only marketers but for users as well. Innovation is a crucial tool for Sustainable advantage. If they don’t innovate their mobile applications and their advertising ability Facebook’s application will become a standard and not an advantage. Facebook’s success branches out from it VRIO framework which is the foundation for its innovation in the applications it provides its users. Facebook has created value because of good strategy and…

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    We as human beings live together in large groups who follow certain rules and regulations, both written and simply unspoken but known. Most of these rules we just accept for what they are and do not really pay much attention to them. We go along with what “the norm” is for life because it is easier to live that way rather than challenging how things work. However, if we take the time to sit and really think about what is socially acceptable and what is not, some may begin to question the…

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    Introduction The article, “Creating Shared Value” argues that a company’s success and social growth are interdependent, and seeks to directly address the effort of regaining trust in corporations and business in the modern age. The article postulates that there are three ways to create shared value: redefining commodities and markets, reconceiving productivity in the value system, and empowering local cluster growth. The authors also argue that the creation of shared value is fundamental to…

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    “Behavior showing high moral standards”. This definition encompasses Confucius’s Five Constant Virtues: Ren, Yi, Li, Zhi, and Xin. These constant virtues, “…have great significance today and whose value to the development of human civilization is now widely recognized” (Jinxi). One of the five constant values that resonate best with me is Li. The contents of Li include chastity, propriety, filial…

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    Every culture has their own ideas of art, literature, customs and other original views according to their culture. These ideas about one’s culture are called universals. People have their own universals but the great part of universals is not having them but also sharing them with other cultures. By sharing universals of one's culture with others it can change people from another culture. When one applies Kwame Anthony Appiah’s idea of Universals in Cosmopolitanism to the character, Nwoye in…

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    notion that a maxim would be regarded to be morally right at all the time, under each circumstance and for all the people. Thus, in the case of Ambrose as described above, Ambrose can ask himself, “would it be fine to steal an item of low monetary value and by doing so, would it be okay for everybody to always do the same thing?” William Kant would argue that through the application of reason that Ambrose would quickly realize that small-scale theft is not a thing that should be universally…

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    Ingleharts theory on value change identifies the fact that many states have moved from Materialist values to Post-Materialist values. Meaning that as states economies have grown, their values have grown and changed with it. Inglehart had suggested that when a state had been developing, their first values were materialist. Why? Because Materialist mostly focus on keeping order in their countries or making sure that prices on goods and services are not rising too much. As a society starts to…

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