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Analyse the impact of economic, commercial, social and environmental trends on organisation’s ethical and sustainability behaviours

a) Identify questions of ethics and sustainability and analyse how they impact on one’s day-to-day work experience. b) Apply a range of ethical frameworks and develop a vocabulary for ethical issues. c) Demonstrate the ability to apply the various frameworks that underpin how individuals and organisations make decisions on complex ethical issues. d) Analyse the impact of economic, commercial, social and environmental trends on organisation’s ethical and sustainability behaviours. e) Explore specific sustainability tools such as values-based management and stakeholder perspectives. f) Evaluate the role of the individual as an agent of ethical and sustainable behaviour in organisations. Context This assessment allows students to develop writing skills in ethics and sustainability scenarios and to explore the ways in which stakeholder theory and values management can be used by….

 How can mining organisations leave behind toxic waste and soil degradation?

You will be allocated to a group of three students who, in modules 5.2 (week 10) and 6.1 (week 11) will prepare a short, written scenario (around 500 words) that describes one ethical or sustainability issue facing an organisation of your choice. You will then use the scenario as the basis for completing your Assessment 3 report. Structure of scenario 1. Short description of organisation (100 words) 2. Description of the ethical issue (300 words) 3. List of key stakeholders 4. Statement of the ethical issue, in one sentence, in the form of a question (i.e. what is the decision the organisation must take) Examples of questions  How should a mobile phone company deal with the issue of waste caused by discarded phones?  How can mining….

Determine whether this economy is able to produce outside its current production possibilities. How might technological changes affect the production possibilities curve?


This assessment has three parts. Be sure to complete all three parts before submitting.

Part 1

Below is a production possibilities table for consumer goods (butter) and capital goods (guns). Production Possibilities

Type of Production Production Alternative A Production Alternative B Production Alternative C Production Alternative D Production Alternative E Production Alternative F Production Alternative G Butter 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 Guns 14 13 11 9 7 4 0

Graph the data provided in the table using Excel. (Hints: Type your data into an Excel spreadsheet. With your mouse, highlight the data only. Go to insert. Click on scatter. Click on smooth lines chart. Select the line chart. Plot data drawing line.) Once you have graphed the data, please copy and paste your graph….