UNIT 3 

Topic: Strategic Management Within a Socially Conscious Organization

Details:

Create a 7-10 slide presentation with speaker notes on an organization that exhibits characteristics of a socially conscience organization. Cite the mission and vision in your presentation. Explain how the mission and vision are translated into implementation of strategy. Be sure to provide specific examples.

As a manager, your role is to carry out the mission and vision of the organization in daily life, ensuring alignment between managerial tactics and the organization’s mission and vision. Examine the organization’s alignment through the following concepts: corporate social responsibility, corporate culture, personal ethics, leadership, followership, and competitive advantage.

APA format is required for essays only. Solid academic writing is always expected. For all assignment delivery options, documentation of sources should be presented using APA formatting guidelines, which can be found in the APA Style Guide.

Plagiarism Free.

RESOURCES

Textbook 

1. Management 

Read Chapters 3-5, 8, and 13 in Management. Review Chapter 15 in Management. 

http://gcumedia.com/digital-resources/cengage/2013/management_ebook_11e.php

e-Library Resource 

1. Chapter 2: Conscious Capitalism and the Heroic Spirit of Business 

Read “Chapter 2: Conscious Capitalism and the Heroic Spirit of Business,” by Mackey and Sisodia, from MMR (2013).

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2. Conscious Capitalism: Leaders and Organizations With a World View 

Read “Conscious Capitalism: Leaders and Organizations With a World View,” by Legault, from Integral Leadership Review (2012).

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3. On the Ethics of Management Research: An Exploratory Investigation 

Read “On the Ethics of Management Research: An Exploratory Investigation,” by Frechtling, from Journal of Business Ethics (2012).

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4. Questions of Ethics in Public Sector Management: The Case Study of Hong Kong 

Read “Questions of Ethics in Public Sector Management: The Case Study of Hong Kong,” by Luk, from Public Personnel Management (2012).

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5. Taking Responsibility for Corporate Social Responsibility: The Role of Leaders in Creating, Implementing, Sustaining, or Avoiding Socially Responsible Firm Behaviors 

Read “Taking Responsibility for Corporate Social Responsibility: The Role of Leaders in Creating, Implementing, Sustaining, or Avoiding Socially Responsible Firm Behaviors,” by Jones, Mackey, Whetten, from Academy of Management Perspectives (2014).

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6. Turning Corporate Social Responsibility-Driven Opportunities in Competitive Advantages: A Two-Dimensional Model 

Read “Turning Corporate Social Responsibility-Driven Opportunities in Competitive Advantages: A Two-Dimensional Model,” by Calabrese, Costa, Menichini, Rasati, and Sanfelice, from Knowledge and Process Management (2013).

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