general business data bank

| August 14, 2017

41. Only about ____ percent
of American adults reach the level-three stage of moral development.

a.

two

b.

four

c.

eleven

d.

fifteen

e.

twenty

42. Regarding the levels of personal moral development, the majority
of managers operate at the ____ level.

a.

preconventional

b.

autocratic

c.

postconventional

d.

conventional

e.

transformative

43. Spotlight on Ethics in Chapter 4 suggests all of the following
when challenging the boss on ethical issues EXCEPT:

a.

do your research

b.

begin the meeting
by taking the floor

c.

pay attention to
your word choice and demeanor

d.

take care how you
suggest your alternative solution

e.

be patient

44. The obligation of organization management to make decisions and
take actions that will enhance the welfare and interests of society as well as
the organization is referred to as

a.

organizational
responsibility.

b.

social responsibility.

c.

discretionary
responsibility.

d.

economic
responsibility.

e.

none of these.

45. Which of these is true about the policy a bank adopts toward its
investing of depositor’s money?

a.

It is an expression
of its philosophy of social responsibility.

b.

It is important
only to the community.

c.

It has no ethical
implications.

d.

It would represent
its personal state of moral development.

e.

All of these.

46. Any group within or outside the organization that has a stake in the
organization’s performance is called

a.

a supplier.

b.

an international
customer.

c.

a stakeholder.

d.

OPEC.

e.

a trade
association.

47. Primary stakeholders of an organization include

a.

employees.

b.

customers.

c.

investors and shareholders.

d.

suppliers.

e.

all of these.

48. All of the following are examples of special interest groups
EXCEPT

a.

professional
associations.

b.

trade associations.

c.

political action
committees.

d.

courts.

e.

consumerists.

49. What type of a stakeholder would a nature conservation group be
for a paper manufacturing company?

a.

Supplier

b.

Competitor

c.

Employee

d.

Special interest
group

e.

None of these

50. With a philosophy of ____, managers weave environmental and social
concerns into every strategic decision, revise policies and procedures to
support these efforts and goals.

a.

sustainability

b.

conservation

c.

ethics

d.

preservation

e.

human concerns

51. ____ is economic development that generates wealth and meets the
needs of their current generation while focusing on future generations.

a.

Ethical management

b.

Activist strategy

c.

Sustainability

d.

Market strategy

e.

Future management

52. Which of the following concepts argues that organizations can find
innovative ways to create wealth at the same time they are preserving natural
resources?

a.

Preservation

b.

Conservation

c.

Environmentalism

d.

Protectionism

e.

Sustainability

53. According to the book’s model for judging corporate social
performance, social responsibility is divided into what four sections?

a.

Ethical, legal,
technical, and rational

b.

Mandatory,
technical, discretionary, and economic

c.

Legal, mandatory,
economic, and ethical

d.

Discretionary,
legal, economic, and ethical

e.

None of these

54. ____ is considered a decision that enables an individual or
company to benefit at society’s expense.

a.

A legal behavior

b.

An unethical
behavior

c.

An economic
responsibility

d.

A discretionary
responsibility

e.

A responsible
behavior

55. ____ includes behavior that is not always written down and may
actually not serve an organization’s bottom-line.

a.

Legal
responsibility

b.

Economic
responsibility

c.

Ethical
responsibility

d.

Discretionary
responsibility

e.

None of these

56. With respect to appropriate corporate behavior, society deems ____
as important.

a.

ethical
responsibility

b.

discretionary
responsibility

c.

economic
responsibility

d.

legal
responsibility

e.

moral
responsibility

57. Which of the following responsibilities is purely voluntary and is
guided by a company’s desire to make social contributions not mandated by
economics, law, or ethics?

a.

Ethical

b.

Economic

c.

Legal

d.

Discretionary

e.

Stakeholder

58. ____ is the responsibility that goes beyond societal expectations
to contribute to the community’s welfare.

a.

Ethical
responsibility

b.

Discretionary
responsibility

c.

Economic
responsibility

d.

Legal
responsibility

e.

Technical
responsibility

59. ____ means that managers are honest and trustworthy, fair in their
dealings with employees and customers, and behave ethically in both their
personal and professional lives.

a.

Ethical leadership

b.

Followership

c.

Corporate espionage

d.

Command-and-control
approach

e.

Concern for
production leadership

60. A code of ____ is a formal statement of the company’s values
concerning ethics and social issues.

a.

integrity

b.

trust

c.

citizenship

d.

ethics

e.

honesty

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