Personal Can Ethics Get?
Shakira J Matthews
Strayer University
October 10, 2011

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We are going to attempt to discuss how personal difference and preferences can impact
organizational ethics. How organizational policies and procedures can impact ethics.
The ethical dilemmas that Valerie is facing and recommend what Valerie should do.
How Personal Differences and Personal Preference Can Impact Organizational Ethics
  Every human being has a personal difference and preference. What a person values the most and how that single decision will impact their life, can determine the action the person will take.   For example; if it is a choice between self preservation and right and wrong it is natural for a person to choose self preservation over what is right or what is wrong. When people own and manage a business, we presume that they will act in their own self-interest, making managerial decisions to support the achievement of their own short- and long-term goals (Colley,2003).The only way to survive is to be the one to come out on top. Whether it’s fair or unfair human first interest is to try to get away with as much as humanly possible with out getting caught. This is where the ethical dilemma comes in to play.
  Ethical dilemma is the difference between personal difference and personal preference. The choice of doing something that benefits your personal scope compared to your moral values. Although, doing the right thing may have a slow result it always pays off in the...