Previously, we introduced a framework that you can use to shape ethical discussions in your classroom. Today, we will talk about why these discussions are crucial for your students before they get into the corporate world.
The following is a suggested template to guide your class discussion about the ethical issue or dilemma that will engage your students during the business simulation experience. Of course, you may provide your students with an alternative model to help
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