An upcoming meeting with your new company’s chiefexecutive officer (CEO) and other executives is a great opportunityfor you to share your knowledge of potentially defective productsbeing sold to customers. You are not sure if others are aware ofthis issue, and the defective products could possibly lead toserious injuries. To complicate matters, you are uncertain aboutyour organization’s ethical guidelines because none have beencommunicated. How would you present this issue to the CEO,directors, and managers? What specific courses of action would yourecommend with respect to internal actions and customernotification? In the longer term, what can be done to ensure that astrong sense of business ethics permeates your company? Consideraspects of the organization’s structure (such as adding anoversight function) as well as supporting policies andprocedures. Answer the following questions regarding the scenariodescribed: • How would you effectively presentthe issue of potentially defective products to the CEO, otherdirectors, and managers? • How would you specifically notifycustomers of such an occurrence? • What kind of internal actionswould you take to prevent future problems? • What can be done to ensure that astrong sense of business ethics permeates yourcompany? Compile your answers into a 3–5-page Word document,and cite any references that you may have used in APA format. (125points)
You will be graded on the quality of yourrecommendations as well as the organization and professionaldevelopment of your ethics implementation and defective productnotification plans.