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    Your specific assignment...build a group internal decision-making structure

  1. Finalize your goals : (a) Identify and test procedures that help to recognize actions of your group’s members as group actions. (b) Identify and distribute the roles that individuals are playing in your group. (c) Discuss how you have organized your group to tackle assignments. How do you synthesize and subordinate individual actions and decisions into group actions and decisions?
  2. Draw a picture of your group’s GID/CID Structure : Organize it as a flow chart that describes the progression from a class assignment to the final group product.
  3. How does your group collect disseminated knowledge and skill from your individual members?
  4. What is the greatest challenge you have faced so far? : How did your group respond? Was it effective, successful, or satisfactory?
  5. Changes . Have you kept your goals and procedures “in tact” as you have faced these?

What did you learn?

Peter French speculates on the possibility that a corporation could consist of nothing more than a sophisticated software program. He also holds forth the notion of corporate moral personhood (as opposed to natural personhood). Now that you have had an opportunity to study the history of and structure of the modern corporation, what do you think about the nature of corporations?

Appendix

Bibliography

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  2. Sandel, M. (1982). Liberalism and the Limits of Justice . Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  3. Des Jardins, J.R. (1993) Environmental Ethics: An Introduction to Environmental Philosophy . Belmont, CA: Wadsworth Publishing Company: 37.
  4. Clarke, T. (2004) "Introduction: Theories of Governance--Reconceptualizing Corporate Governance Theory After the Enron Experience," in Theories of Corporate Governance: The Philosophical Foundations of Corporate Governance , ed. Thomas Clarke. New York: Routledge: 1-30.
  5. French, P.A. (1984) Collective and Corporate Responsibility . New York: Columbia University Press..
  6. French, P.A. (1997) "Corporate Moral Agency" in Werhane, P.H., and Freeman, R.E. Blackwell Encyclopedic Dictionary of Business Ethics . Oxford, UK: Blackwell: 148-151.
  7. May, L. (1987) The Morality of Groups: Collective Responsibility, Group-Based Harm, and Corporate Rights . Notre Dame, IN: University of Notre Dame Press.
  8. Werhane, P. H. (2008) "Mental Models: Moral Imagination and System Thinking in the Age of Globalization," in Journal of Business Ethics , 78: 463--474.
  9. Werhane, P. (2007) "Corporate Social Responsibility/Corporate Moral Responsibility: Is There a Difference and the Difference It Makes," in eds., May, S., Cheney, G., and Roper, J., The Debate over Corporate Social Responsibility . Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press: 459-474.
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