Business ethics: cognitive moral development & conflict of interest

-Review the discussion of on pp. 76-80 in the text. Then read the exercise, Understanding Cognitive Moral Development on p. 104. 
A) Should Molly write a story about Joe Thompson’s earlier arrest?
B) Which of the best justifies what you think Molly should do? 

You’ve just cemented a deal between a $100 million pension fund and Green Company, a
large regional money manager. You and your staff put in long hours and a lot of effort to
close the deal and are feeling very good about it. As you and three of your direct reports
are having lunch in a fancy restaurant to celebrate a promotion, the waiter brings you a
phone. A senior account executive from Green is calling and wants to buy you lunch in
gratitude for all your efforts. “I’ll leave my credit card number with the restaurant
owner,” he says. “You and your team have a great time on me.”
Trevino, L.K,. & Nelson, K.A. (2014).  Managing business ethics: Straight talk about how to do it right (6th ed.). NJ, USA: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.

Read the short case on p. 146, “Conflict of Interest Issue.” Suppose that you are one of the people invited to the lunch. Often your director would buy you and your staff lunch to celebrate the successful completion of a difficult project.
A)  Would you consider accepting a congratulatory lunch to be a conflict of interest? 
B)  Suppose that your company’s conflict of interest policy prohibits all but “small gifts identified with a vendor’s name or logo,” but does not specifically prohibit lunches. How would that impact your decision?
Trevino, L.K,. & Nelson, K.A. (2014).  Managing business ethics: Straight talk about how to do it right (6th ed.). NJ, USA: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.

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