Your presentation should include the following, organized in professionally designed slides with accompanying Speaker’s Notes or Audio and/or video narrative. Further instructions for the PPT are also below:

1. Introduce the company (e.g. name, type of business, its corporate structure);

2. Define and explain the ethical dilemma with pertinent facts; this includes why it is an ethical issue; clearly define the dilemma; be clear as to the company’s ethical choices – the one the company chose to do and at least one other, different, choice;

3. Identify, define and explain an ethical framework that supports the choice/action the company made.

4. Identify, define and explain another ethical framework that the company leadership could have utilized in this situation and explain how utilization of this ethical framework would have led to a different result. Explain specifically how the company effectively could have employed this framework.

5. Recommend: Lessons learned. What lessons can business management leaders learn from this case study for management of business operations? Recommend and explain at least one business practice.

INSTRUCTIONS FOR PPT:

  • Title slide followed by agenda slide that outlines the presentation.
  • Ends with References slide, listing seven (7) credible sources from Lessons, Course Readings, plus at least two addition from your own research in Library, in APA 7th formatted citations. (Note, you may need more than 1 slide for all 7 fully cited references.)
  • In addition to the above 3 types of slides, minimum ten (10) content slides.
  • Slides should be presented with professional background, appropriate graphics, and content points (not paragraphs to be read like a “paper”);
  • Speaker’s notes are required for narrative accompanying beneath all slides except title slide and references slides. In the alternative audio narration or a video can accompany the slide presenting the narration portion of the presentation. Each slide needs to have at least 200 words speaker notes to be considered
  • Proofread the presentation to correct errors. Avoid plagiarism! Quotes and figures require citation. (written under the figure/picture in italic)