The title below is a link to separate news articles. Each week you are required to find one news article (from the news feed or library research) that relates to your personal interests and discuss how that article relates to our weekly material. Tell your instructor what the article was about and how the article relates to our learning content this week. Be creative with your thoughts on how you link the article to our course material). You should post the evaluation of the article at the end of your response to the discussion questions each week (Include this section as part of your 250-word response). The news feeds are updated throughout the day/week to provide you with a real-time learning environment. This technology integration will provide you, as a learner, the choice to discuss news events that fit your personal background and interests. It will also help you stay educated on current events that might relate to your related profession or personal interests. Enjoy.
https://www.bloomberg.com/live – use this link
What are a few of the types of social responsibilities that businesses have? How might different types of leaders view the importance of socially responsible programs?
Discuss a few of the ethical pros of implementing social responsibility programs in organizations. Our reading content from Weiss (Chapter #5) talks about responsibility. Which of the sections (5.1, 5.2, 5.3, 5.4 or 5.5) did you find most interesting? Why? How will the content help you in your personal or professional life? Cite specific examples to support your thoughts. Thanks.
Instructions: The goal of the discussions is to have a robust, informative, and reflective interaction about course topics. Learning is directly related to effort put forth toward discussion engagement and participation. In order to encourage active and quality participation that adds value and increases learning, the grade you earn will be higher as your participation and quality of content increases. Please post at least two substantive replies to classmates or your instructor for full credit consideration.