Code of ethics, trade-off, potential risks 1 Summarize
the importance of adhering to a professional code of ethics
2 What is
meant by a trade-off? Who are the major players in performing trade-offs?
3 What are
the methods, tools, and capabilities that will allow the project manager to
“sense” potential risks before they are fully developed?
kinds of changes can be made to contracts and procurement documents and how
should they be managed?
ethical considerations are involved in contracting and procurement?
changes are made to schedule, scope, or resource allocation, how should they be
reflected in the contract? What happens when contract adjustments are not
appropriately made? What type of contract is used most often in your
environment and why?
Code of Ethics for United Services Automobile Assoc (USAA)
Creating an original Code of Ethics for United Services Automobile Association (USAA) The company Code of Ethics, needs to include the following:
1 Guiding principles
2 Purpose of the code
3 Core values
4 Training and education
6 What employees it covers
7 How it will be implemented/communicated
8 How it will be enforced and reported
9 Mission statement
10 Other pertinent elements you feel necessary to have a comprehensive Code of Ethics
Please also include a short introduction and background of USAA and a summary of the Code The Code of Ethics must be 6-8 pages in length in APA format A minimum of three references in addition to the textbook must be used All references used must be less than four years old
Textbook for reference: Stanwick, P A, & Stanwick, S
D (2009) Understanding business ethics Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice
Code of Ethics for Nurses with Interpretive Statements
Although often used synonymously, accountability and
responsibility retain different meanings and actions within the healthcare
community These differing values are also synonymous with success Issues of
responsibility and accountability are addressed daily within medical offices,
outpatient facilities, ancillary services, and hospital settings Healthcare
Administrators, Senior Leadership, and middle management must recognize and
support the importance differences that are stepping-stones to quality
outcomes Ideas are then interpreted
Code of Ethics: Dilemmas of Managers
Answer the following questions about managers and ethical dilemmas Can you please help me get started?
Managers have many opportunities to pursue their own interests and can use their power to take advantage of subordinates, limit their freedom, and even steal their ideas At the same time, managers may have a natural tendency to become risk averse In light of these ethical dilemmas, answer the following:
a What kind of ethical code should an organization create to try to prevent the selfish managerial behaviors that can contribute to inertia? Give an example
b How can your organization use ethics to encourage managers to maintain a risk-taking attitude that benefits all stakeholders? Give an example
Code of Ethics: Compare codes for 3 publicly held companies, are they adequate for SOX? A Code of Ethics is a very important part of an organization’s
Social Responsibility “Since the 2002 Sarbanes-Oxley legislations, any
publicly held company is required to create its own code of ethics to deter
wrongdoing and to promote ethical behavior”
Search the Internet for the following terms: “Sarbanes
Oxley Code of Ethics” to find the SOX definition of a “code of
ethics” and the requirements to meet the code
Search the Internet for three publicly held companies and
find their respective “Code of Ethics” Review the three different
codes and write a page paper on the following:
1 What was in each respective code?
2 Is the code adequate to what the Sarbanes Oxley Act was
requesting? Justify your answer
3 If each of these publicly held companies were to conduct
business globally, what business or cultural challenges would be best handled
by the respective codes?
4 Identify what may be missing in the respective codes that
would assist the company in conducting business globally