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    The Responsibility Project Daphne Kennedy ETH/316 May 22, 2012 Dr Steve Wyre The Responsibility Project The film called Avalon is an inspiring one. The link to the film is: http://responsibility-project.libertymutual.com/films/the-entrepreneurial-spirit-avalon#fbid=NsvA-zAC7Jw. Two women endeavored to start a new small business in the city of Detroit. The business is baking bread. They show how brave they are and that healing a city can happen. They demonstrate how to use ethical principles

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    The Responsibility Project ETH 316 The Responsibility Project Searching the Responsibility Project website I found several videos of importance when it came down to ethical principles and organizational ethics. One video of an organization stood out from the rest. This video represented a company called Greyston Bakery. Greyston Bakery was founded in 1982 by a Zen Buddhist meditation group led by Bernard Tetsugen Glassman, a former aerospace engineer with an entrepreneurial spirit and a bold

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    The Responsibility Project: Lighthouse ETH/316 The short film I chose to discuss is titled “Lighthouse”. In this short film, a grumpy light house keeper is responsible for maintaining the functionality of the lighthouse. At the point in the time in the movie, the lighthouse keeper decides not to join in the town’s festivities and avoids socializing with the community. While the lighthouse keeper is working on paperwork, the light stops working and the lighthouse goes dark. The importance

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    The Responsibility Project ETH/316 The Responsibility Project The short film that was reviewed on The Responsibility Project website is titled Selling to the “Cool Kids.” The ethical principles of a large organization, Abercrombie and Fitch will be reviewed. More specifically we will be reviewing comments the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Abercrombie and Fitch made and the ethical implications they caused for the large retailer. The short film Cool Kids gave insight into one of the more

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    The Responsibility Project The Responsibility Project 9/17/2012 ETH/316 The Responsibility Project The issues in this film are important because it shows how a typical shift may seem like everything goes wrong, and nothing could possibly make things worse. There are days when the typical worker wishes they did not get out of bed. Occurrences happen and people want to run off the job and give up, but people should not give up. Accidents happen, and when they do, people should evaluate

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    The Responsibility Project ETH/316 May 26, 2014 I’ve chosen a short film from The Responsibility Project to write my essay. The film I watched and felt connected to was titled The Entrepreneurial Spirit: Franklin barbecue. (2012) I chose this film because their passion for chasing the pipe dream is exactly what living out the American Dream is all about. Franklin barbecue is located in Austin Texas and run by a middle aged couple named Aaron and Stacy Franklin. Their passion for barbecue underlines

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    University of Phoenix The Responsibility Project Student Ethics 316 Jun 4, 2012 Week 3 Dr. Been There Done That The Responsibility Project The following paper will examine the short film “Our World” from the Responsibility Project featuring singer John Legend. Specifically, the paper will provide insight into the organizational issue of education and how ethical principles, external social pressures, relevance of organizational, and personal decisions affect this societal

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    The Responsibility Project ETH/316 The Responsibility Project Ethical principles are often used in the workplace to address organizational issues. Most commonly the workplace functions around ethical procedures that are taught through training and the effective implementation of ethical policies and procedures. Most companies function with ethical guidelines to avoid legal issues as well as maintain employee morale and help boost their company’s productivity and image. However, when you bring

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    The Responsibility Project The Responsibility Project ETH 316 The Responsibility Project A short film was chosen to view on the Responsibility Project website. The film chosen was named Greyston Bakery. The ethical principles in the film is used to address organizational issues. The two biggest issues located in the film is given. The importance of the issues located in the film is explained. The role of external social pressures occurred on Greyston

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    The Responsibility Project Earlene Espy ETH 316 December 10, 2013 Donna Craft The Responsibility Project At the top of discussion in various arenas such as schools, work, church, and casual fellowship; is how ethical principles are being used to address organizational issues. Ethical principles can be applied in numerous ways that will establish a strong organizational structure that employees on all levels of hierarchy will appreciate and value. This paper will discuss the short film

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