Theories about ethics provide very little guidance to managers who must resolve practical ethical dilemmas arising in their workplace.’ Discuss this statement critically, drawing on relevant theories or models to support your conclusion.
Ethics alarms are the feelings in your gut, the twinges in your conscience, and the sense of caution in your brain when situations involving choices of right and wrong are beginning to develop, fast approaching, or unavoidable.” The better your ethics alarm is working and the sooner your alarm goes off the more likely you are to do the right thing, or at least use good ethical reasoning to decide what to do. He goes on to say “creating an ethical culture is the shared obligation of everyone, and each of us needs to think critically about what is right and wrong, make our opinions known, and never hesitate to communicate those opinions for fear of being „judgmental‟”. We should be judgmental – civil, fair, open-minded, and also willing to hold ourselves to high standards of conduct. Living ethically is not always easy, but it becomes easier with thought, debate and practice.