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L 11.SOCIAL OBLIGATIONS

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Those who are truthful entrepreneurs,
Know them as 'Gurus' divine,
Learn from them pragmatic experience,
As if it is knowledge divine.

Udyam Shastra- Chapter 10, Verse 3
Key Objectives 

The students explore the importance of ethical behavior in their own lives and consider a business's responsibility to its employees, customers, stockholders/shareholders, and the community. They discuss the extent and limits of those responsibilities by acting as members of a corporate board of directors facing a variety of business and ethical dilemmas. Reading this module and doing the students activities will enable the students to:

  • List examples of ethical business that impact community.
  • Describe the basic responsibilities a business has eg. its employees, customers, shareholders, and the local community.
  • Use brainstorming techniques to suggest solutions to management problems.

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  • Enterprise Concepts 

    Business ethics.

    Social obligation/responsibility.

    Opportunity costs.

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    Enterprise Skills 

    The student 'Activities' in each lesson are designed to clarify the ENTERPRISE
    CONCEPTS of the lesson and develop some ENTERPRISE SKILLS (E.SKILLS).
    The E.SKILLS included in a lesson may not be exhaustive, but are indicative.

    E.SKILLS stated in a lesson elsewhere may also get addressed through the
    activities of a particular lesson.

    Some useful E.SKILLS are dealt with below:

    Honesty.

    Abstract thinking.

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    Activity - Social obligations.

  • Summary of worksheet.
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    Animations/Flowchart/Video 
    Currently no Animations/Flowchart/Video is available.

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