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  1. Summary
  2. What are the most prudent decisions she can make about her responsibilities to herself and others?
  3. What are the implications of those decisions even if there is no violation of law or regulation?
  4. Analysis
  5. Conclusion

Cooper and Schindler's (2011) definition of ethics states that ?Ethics are norms or standards of behavior that guide moral choices about our behavior and our relationship with others? (p. 32). Given that the new policy about possession of a competitor's information is still in draft and not yet formally approved, it is in my opinion that she needs to follow the current ethical guidelines the company is currently using.

If there are no set standards in place, then as long as she follows current federal and local laws, she can use the competitor's information. Since there are no federal or local laws being violated, and the new Business Conduct Guidelines are not formally approved, the only implication I can foresee of using the competitor's information would be the potential social stigma from coworkers.

[...] If there are no set standards in place, then as long as she follows current federal and local laws, she can use the competitor's information. b. What are the implications of those decisions even if there is no violation of law or regulation? Since there are no federal or local laws being violated, and the new Business Conduct Guidelines are not formally approved, the only implication I can foresee of using the competitor's information would be the potential social stigma from coworkers. [...]


[...] The unrestricted nonprobability is considered a convenience collection of participants. Again, Cooper and Schindler: ?Researchers or field workers have the freedom to choose whomever they find: thus, the name convenience? (p. 385). The upside is that these are the cheapest and easiest to conduct however they are the least reliable due to the ?convenience? factor. The researcher may have only pooled a certain group which could skew the results in a particular direction. References Cooper, D. & Schindler, P. (2011). [...]


[...] Chapter 6 - Discussion Questions (Terms in Review) Distinguish between the following: a. Exploratory and formal studies. Exploratory studies start the process and leans towards the discovery of future research tasks whereas formal studies begin where the exploration left off. Cooper and Schindler (2011) distinguished the two best when they said that immediate purpose of exploration is usually to develop hypotheses or questions for future research The goal of a formal research design is to test the hypothesis or answer the research questions posed? (p. [...]


[...] McGraw-Hill Irwin: New York , N.Y. deductive reasoning. (n.d.). Dictionary.com Unabridged. Retrieved June from Dictionary.com website: http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/deductive reasoning correlation (n.d.) Business.com. [...]


[...] (business.nmsu.edu) 3. Using yourself as the subject, give an example of each of the following asymmetrical relationships: a. Stimulus-response i. Definition - event or change results in a response from some object? (Cooper & Schindler p. 153). ii. Example: Recently the US government enacted sequestration. This change in government economic policy is restricting the US Military's financial decisions. We are literally discussions on which training events are more valuable since we do not have the funds to train for every contingency. [...]

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