365-1067-00L  (Un)ethical Decision Making: Alternative and Critical Thinking in Management

SemesterHerbstsemester 2019
DozierendeA. Vaccaro
Periodizitätjährlich wiederkehrende Veranstaltung
KommentarExclusively for MAS MTEC students (third semester).
Please register by 27.08.2019 at the latest via myStudies.


365-1067-00 S(Un)ethical Decision Making: Alternative and Critical Thinking in Management
Three-day course: 12.09.2019 / 13.09.2019 / 14.09.2019.
Thursday and Friday: 09:15-18:00; Saturday: 08:15-17:00.
24s Std.
12.09.09:15-18:00LEE D 105 »
09:15-18:00LEE E 101 »
13.09.09:15-18:00LEE D 105 »
09:15-18:00LEE E 101 »
14.09.08:15-17:00LEE D 105 »
08:15-17:00LEE E 101 »
A. Vaccaro


KurzbeschreibungThis course is about decision making processes in complex situations involving financial, relational and ethical problems. First, it provides fundamental tools for addressing problematic situations.
Second, it discusses how stakeholders' ethical expectations and social responsibility issues can be effectively implemented and integrated in organizational systems and strategic planning processes.
Lernziel- Become familiar with tools and procedures to prevent, identify and resolve corporate fraud and crime in organizations
- Understanding the mutual relationship between financial, relational and ethical drivers in managerial decision making
- Become familiar with tools and procedures to prevent and resolve corporate crises and scandals
- Understanding the opportunities associated with the corporate social responsibility (CSR) movement and how to integrate CSR in organizational and strategic planning
- Create an effective CSR strategic planning process to successfully develop and implement a CSR package
- Understand a variety of strategic CSR planning tools
- Become familiar with creating deep destructive change in pursuit of dual economic and social value
Inhalt- Fraud and corruption in organizations
- Crisis management
- Personnel problems: Preventing and managing mobbing and sexual harassment
- Global criminal networks
SkriptMost classes are taught through a series of mini-cases and notes that represent real management decisions.

Some classes are complemented with readings from prominent media resources, guest speakers and experimental exercises.
LiteraturThis course is based on mini-cases.


Information zur Leistungskontrolle (gültig bis die Lerneinheit neu gelesen wird)
Leistungskontrolle als Semesterkurs
ECTS Kreditpunkte2 KP
PrüfendeA. Vaccaro
Formunbenotete Semesterleistung
RepetitionRepetition nur nach erneuter Belegung der Lerneinheit möglich.
Zusatzinformation zum PrüfungsmodusCredit point only be assigned if the following criteria are met: Full attendance of all course days and full completion of all course assignments.


Keine öffentlichen Lernmaterialien verfügbar.
Es werden nur die öffentlichen Lernmaterialien aufgeführt.


Keine Informationen zu Gruppen vorhanden.


PlätzeMaximal 40
VorrangDie Belegung der Lerneinheit ist nur durch die primäre Zielgruppe möglich
Primäre ZielgruppeMAS ETH in Management, Technology, and Economics (365000) ab Semester 03
WartelisteBis 04.09.2019
BelegungsendeBelegung nur bis 27.08.2019 möglich

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