Organization Management Journal
The current debate about how to address managerial misconduct in American business has renewed an interest in the role of ethics in business school curricula. The search for pedagogical tools by which to ensure effective teaching of ethics has led to experiential learning as an important method. This exercise introduces business ethics through a focus on a purchasing decision in a local grocery. It lays a foundation for understanding the interplay between ethics and everyday decision making in order to clarify the ethical dimension of decision making in business. The process of setting up the exercise as well as facilitating and debriefing it are detailed. The results of using the exercise with undergraduate, master’s, and executive business students over 12 years are included.
Lenn, D. Jeffrey
An Experiential Exercise in Ethics and Decision Making,"
Organization Management Journal: Vol. 3:
3, Article 19.
Available at: https://scholarship.shu.edu/omj/vol3/iss3/19