Examine the contribution of an ethical schema to the good governance of the organization.

LO1: Examine the contribution of an ethical schema to the good
governance of the organization.
LO2: Analyse the interplay between ethical decision making & strategic
thinking at organisational, professional & personal levels & understand the
steps to balance them more effectively.
LO 3: Evaluate ethical dilemmas in the global environment based on the
knowledge of diverse cultural and philosophical traditions that influence
behavior.
LO 4: Reflect on theory and practice to develop and justify solutions for
complex management problems relating to ethics and social responsibility.

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Unit Semester 1 , 2020 BMGT3001 Governance and Business Ethics
Assessment Type Project
Assessment Number 3
Assessment Name Three Part Assessment
Unit Learning Outcomes
Assessed
LO1: Examine the contribution of an ethical schema to the good
governance of the organization.
LO2: Analyse the interplay between ethical decision making & strategic
thinking at organisational, professional & personal levels & understand the
steps to balance them more effectively.
LO 3: Evaluate ethical dilemmas in the global environment based on the
knowledge of diverse cultural and philosophical traditions that influence
behavior.
LO 4: Reflect on theory and practice to develop and justify solutions for
complex management problems relating to ethics and social responsibility.
Alignment with Unit and
Course
Unit Learning Outcome Graduate
Attributes Assessed
ULO 3: Evaluate ethical dilemmas in the global GA 1: Communication
environment based on the knowledge of diverse GA 2: Collaboration
cultural and philosophical traditions that influence GA 3: Research
behavior. GA 4: Critical Thinking
ULO 4: Reflect on theory and practice to develop and GA 5: Ethical Behavior
justify solutions for complex management problems GA 6: Flexibility
relating to ethics and social responsibility
Due Date and Time Week 9
Word Count: 25OO
Weighting 30%
Submission In Turnitin
Assessment Description  Assessment 3 will familiarize students with case studies related to
local or global scenarios.
 You will work individually to prepare a project on 2 case studies
related to any current issue affecting at the local, national or
global scale and give answers to two (2) questions from each case
study (questions may be given in the case study or you can
prepare on your own).
 You will write an additional case study either on real personal
experience or a hypothetical one and answer 2 self generated
questions.
 Must include:
 Title Page-It should give the name of the case study and the
name of the topic of ethics to which it belongs to.
 Introduction
 Brief description of each case study
 Answer to the 2 questions of each case study ( For all 3)
 Your Argument
 Ethical Decision Making Approaches & Theories
o Explain which ethical decision making approaches
and theories your relied upon to reach your
conclusions and why.
 Reference List
Research Requirements • Research required supporting discussion and analysis in
report. Sources should be varied and include, but not limited
to, the Textbook, Newspaper articles, Books and Journal
articles.
• A minimum of 5 resources.
• You should also use the EBSCO Databases, accessible through
the Library Moodle page.
Misconduct • This project will be submitted online through Turnitin.
• Copying information from another student or online sources
will not be tolerated.
• All students MUST acknowledge the author of any research
used in the report.
• To avoid being charged with Misconduct, you need to apply
proper Harvard Style Referencing (ask your lecturer if you do
not know what this means).
• Use the library referencing guide accessible via Moodle.
Detailed Submission
Requirements
Before submission please ensure that the submitted work satisfies the
following requirements:
• This report will be submitted online through Turnitin via
Moodle;
• The assignment must be typewritten;
• The assignment must follow the Harvard referencing style;
• Word length:2500 words;
• Font/Font size: Times New Roman (preferred) /12, regular;
• Page numbers: yes;
• Line Spacing: 1.5;
• Paragraph Style: Justified.