Unit II Article Review

 

For this assignment, click here and choose an article from SAGE Journal Articles. You may choose any article from Chapters 1-3 so long as the article is at least five pages in length. The purpose of this assignment is for you to practice reviewing articles that contribute to the industry. The authors of these articles are researchers and professionals that have shared or experimented with ideas that demonstrate potential to improve the industry. As a professional in the industry, it is in your best interest to review the literature and trends. This provides you with the opportunity to read about what was successful and how they accomplished it. Plus, it allows you to analyze what was unsuccessful, how you can improve it, or at least avoid repeating the mistakes of others. These skills are vital when contributing to research papers and other scholarly writing. If you have not already, hopefully you will contribute to the industry by publishing an article and sharing with your community of peers. As you read the articles, consider the following questions:  Who were the stakeholders in the article?  What was the firm’s corporate reputation?  How could the topic of this article apply to your personal or professional life?  How could it apply to an organization you have observed?  What conclusions can you draw about the ethical issues facing business leaders? Your first paragraph should briefly introduce and summarize the article while identifying the author’s main points. Your Article Review should be at least 500 words in length, double-spaced, 12pt Times New Roman font, with references and direct quotes in APA format. Title page, abstract, and running head are not required. Information about accessing the Blackboard Grading Rubric for this assignment is provided below  

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02:52 here is the links for the second assignments  

02:52 Chapter 1 Alsop, R.J. (2006). Business Ethics Education in Business Schools: A Commentary. Journal of Management Education, 30(1), 11-14. Retrieved from http://jme.sagepub.com/cgi/reprint/30/1/11?ijkey=kedBGzzrI3LYM&keytype=ref&siteid=spjme Baker, S.D., & Comer, D.R. (2011). “Business ethics everywhere”: An experiential exercise to develop students’ ability to identify and respond to ethical issues in business. Journal of Management Education, 36(1), 95–125. Retrieved from http://jme.sagepub.com/cgi/reprint/36/1/95?ijkey=SXsvXrhk1Z2gI&keytype=ref&siteid=spjme Upadhyay, Y., & Singh, S.K. (2010). In favour of ethics in business: The linkage between ethical behaviour and performance. Journal of Human Values, 16(1), 9-19. Retrieved from http://jhv.sagepub.com/cgi/reprint/16/1/9?ijkey=9LXDC6ZpIJpQc&keytype=ref&siteid=spjhv Chapter 2 Clegg, S., & Deroy, X. (2011) When events interact with business ethics. Organization, 18(5), 637. Retrieved from http://org.sagepub.com/cgi/reprint/18/5/637?ijkey=wWTsf5336kJW.&keytype=ref&siteid=sporg DeKay, S. H. (2011). Doing what’s right: Communicating business ethics. Business Communication Quarterly, 74(1), 287. Retrieved from http://bcq.sagepub.com/cgi/reprint/74/3/287?ijkey=stKVEexRf1tCI&keytype=ref&siteid=spbcq Rosile, G. R. (2007) Cheating: Making it a teachable moment. Journal of Management Education, 31(5), 582. Retrieved from http://jme.sagepub.com/cgi/reprint/31/5/582?ijkey=Wj/4DMdRbE6rc&keytype=ref&siteid=spjme Chapter 3: Stubbs, W., & Cocklin, C. (2008). Conceptualizing a ”Sustainability business model”. Organization Environment, 21(2), 103. Retrieved from http://oae.sagepub.com/cgi/reprint/21/2/103?ijkey=h1jUyXqWciapM&keytype=ref&siteid=spoae Valente, M. (2012). Business sustainability embeddedness as a strategic imperative: A process framework. Business Society, 54(1), 126-142. Retrieved from http://bas.sagepub.com/cgi/reprint/0007650312443199v1?ijkey=islZ49HOylnxM&keytype=ref&sit eid=spbas Weber, J., & Marley, K.A. (2012). In search of stakeholder salience: Exploring corporate social and sustainability reports. Business Society, 51(4), 626-649. Retrieved from http://bas.sagepub.com/cgi/reprint/51/4/626?ijkey=q5qt04T3SQyus&keytype=ref&siteid=spbas