From what is available in the public arena, choose any case
study that features a whistle-blower. Because the ethics of
whistle-blowing is common to a variety of organisations, it
doesnâ€™t need to be related to IT. Only a few details of the
actual case will be needed, so a case which gives a lengthy
description is not required. One source that is worth looking at is
the website of the organisation Whistleblowers Australia.
Â Prepare a business report of about 1500 words that gives an ethical analysis of the issues raised in the case study. In particular include in the report responses to the following sub-tasks:
â€¢Â Â Â Describe what is meant by the term â€˜whistle-blowingâ€™ from various points of view such as law-makers, senior management and those considering becoming whistle-blowers;
â€¢Â Â Â From your case study, explain the consequences to all stakeholders both of whistle-blowing and of not whistleblowing; include the personal consequences to your potential whistle-blower;
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