Ethics Assignment Help- SEARS, ROEBUCK, and CO.: The Autocenter Scandal

Ethics Assignment Help- SEARS ROEBUCK and CO.: The Autocenter Scandal

Ethics Assignment – 20% of Your Grade

This assignment should be submitted to the appropriate ‘Assignment Submission Folder’ (under the ‘Activities’ link).

REQUIRED PAPER FORMAT:

Times New Roman, 12 point font

Double spaced, with 1 inch margins

5 page minimum

Use references to support your responses to the below

 

In this case, incentives may create an ethical dilemma.

 

  1. First, describe the potential ethical dilemma presented in this case.

 

  1. Who does the ethical dilemma impact?

 

  1. If this were you, what are some alternatives that you have?

 

  1. What action would you choose?

 

  1. What could the company do to keep this from occurring in the future?

 

You will be evaluated in accordance with the grading rubric provided at the end of this document. Your case will be automatically evaluated by Turnitin.com

 

Assignment Grading Rubric

  Far Exceeds Standards Exceeds Standards Meets Standards Fails to Meet Standards
1.  Identification of Critical Issues and Problems; Depth of Analysis

 

I will consider how detailed your analysis is, how far into depth you go, and whether you address many of the existing and critical issues in the case.

 

 

Score:

 

Identifies all of the critical managerial/ethical issues. Thoroughly discusses, evaluates, and analyzes each managerial/ethical issue, providing convincing and supported arguments.

 

 

 

 

(27-30)

Identifies most of the critical managerial/ethical issues. Discusses, evaluates, and analyzes each managerial issue, providing convincing and supported arguments, but could have gone into more depth.

 

 

(24-26)

Identifies many of the critical managerial/ethical issues. Discusses, evaluates, and analyzes most of the managerial issues, providing convincing and supported arguments, but could have gone into much more depth.

 

 

 

(21-23)

Identifies few, if any, critical managerial/ethical issues.

Fails to discuss, evaluate, and analyze each managerial/ethical issue, does not provide convincing or supported arguments, and lacks any significant degree of depth.

 

(20 or Less)

 

2.  Identification of the Impact of the ethical dilemma

 

 

 

 

Score:

Identifies all of the parties impacted by the managerial/ethical issue.  Thoroughly discusses, evaluates, and analyzes the impact.

 

 

(27-30)

Identifies most of the parties impacted by the managerial/ethical issue.  Thoroughly discusses, evaluates, and analyzes the impact, but could have gone more into depth.

(24-26)

Identifies some of the parties impacted by the managerial/ethical issue.  Discusses, evaluates, and analyzes the impact, but could have gone much more into depth.

 

(21-23)

Identifies few of the parties impacted by the managerial/ethical issue.  Does not discuss, evaluate, or analyze the impact.

 

 

(20 or less)

3 & 4:  Generates Alternatives and Recommendations; Develops a Plan of Action for Implementing Recommendations

 

 

 

 

 

 

Score:

 

Generates several high-quality alternative solutions;

Recommendations are well-argued and based on thorough analysis; Develops a thorough plan for implementing the proposed solutions; Discusses potential problems with the implementation and develops a variety of quality suggestions for minimizing them.

 

(27-30)

Generates two or more high-quality alternative solutions;

Recommendations are fully supported by the analysis; Develops a plan for implementing the proposed solutions; Discusses potential problems with the implementation and develops a few suggestions for minimizing them.

 

(24-26)

Generates two or more alternative solutions;

Recommendations are not fully supported by the analysis; Acknowledges potential problems with implementation, but does not adequately address mitigation;

The link between the problem and the action plan is logically consistent.

 

(21-23)

Proposes only one (or no) alternative solution(s); Does not develop an action plan; or it is incomplete, vague, or unrealistic for implementing the proposed solution.

 

 

 

 

 

(20 or Less)

 

Future Recommendations

 

Students must provide future recommendations to prevent this issue in the future.

Score:

 

Student provided several high-quality future recommendations to prevent this issue from occurring.

 

 

(9-10)

Student provided several future recommendations to prevent this issue from occurring.

 

 

 

 

(8)

Student provided a couple of future recommendations to prevent this issue from occurring.

 

 

 

 

(7)

Student did not provide future recommendations to prevent this issue from occurring.

 

 

 

(6 or Less)

 

 

Total Score:

 

 

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