ETHICS GAME STIMULATION |
Mandie Munson |
* Ethics Game Stimulation
The ethics game stimulation was very reflective and gave me a lot of knowledge as to how ethics can play an important part of a crictical business decision. As the quality controls manager of G-Bio Sports I had to make ethical decisions on two issues which I will be disussing in this journal.I will also include the decision making steps I took to ethically address the issues. As well as ...view middle of the document...
With the forst ethical issue I had to make a decision as to how much money the company could lose if we at G- Bio Sports took the product off the shelf and also how much monet we could possibly lose if we kept it on the shelf because of potential lawsuits. I also had to choose what was best for the consumers who trust G- Bio Sports. For the second ethical issue I had to make a decision as to rather call the product a lost and stop selling it all toghter until it passed FDA regulation or sell it in other countries to cover our loss in the United States.
For the forst ethical issue in the stimulation the ethical perspectives I used to make my decision was who the decision impacted, who’s values shoul I follow, and who would the decision I make make the most hoppiest. For both lenses I choose the same answer because I felt it would be in the best intrest for the company and the the consumers. The answer I choose was to disseminate information on increased risk. Allow consumers to make informed choice. The reason for my decision is because I don't feel it would have been right to keep it from the public it was below my values and my morals. I believe leaving it up to the public as to rather return the product for a refund or still using the product should be up to them. For the second ethical issues presented in the stimulation the ethical prespective I used was my own ethical belief I believe everyone should be treated the same no matter where they are from are what color they are. So would it be right and ethical to sell this product in another country because it is deemed as not safe in the United States. The decision I made regarding this dilemma was apply U.S. safety standard to all sales, do not sell product even where there are lower safety standards or none at all. I felt this was in the best intrest of all consumers no matter where they live and this was the best ethical and moral decision.