Essay about The Responsibility Project

958 Words Sep 28th, 2012 4 Pages
The Responsibility Project

Ethical principles contribute and can be utilized to address the organizational issues. This paper will discuss the way ethical principles get used for addressing the issues. This paper includes the information of a short film which is retrieved from the Responsibility Project web site. The paper includes several discussions which are; why are the issues in film are important? What role do external social pressures have in influencing organizational ethics? How might these issues be relevant to organizational and personal decisions? What is the relationship between legal and ethical issues as shown in the film?
Why Are the Issues in the Film Important? Good
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The short film has talked about this case earlier. When the problem gets exploded everyone took a side to save themselves. at many times an organization need to understand what can be the best option for everyone involved in the organization which would be legally and illegally, rather than the organization's financial status. In the case of Enron it would be better if the organization published their financial status instead of hiding it for so long as they did. Through this attempt the organization hurt many individuals directly and indirectly to fill their bankruptcy.
Relationship between Legal and Ethical Issues Most of the time there is a relation between the legal and ethical issues. As there are some acts, sometimes which can be unethical and that would also be illegal at the same time. As the film mentioned in its scenario, that people were laughing at the individuals who was getting hurt through the loose brick, instead of solving that problem. There is a ethical issue in this particular scenario but not a legal issue. The people should fix up the problem through putting a sign board over there. This particular scene is not having the illegal act but i strongly believe that it was the ethical responsibility of employees to fix that problem.
Conclusion
This particular short film

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