the lesson, from the perspective of social responsibility business
ethics expresses values, norms, and expectations that reflects
concerns of major stakeholders, including consumers, employees,
shareholders, suppliers, competitors, and the community. The
product that I have chosen from Monsantos history to discuss is
Before we talk about RoundUp, lets discuss corporate governance which adopts a broader view of the purpose of business, although a company has a responsibility for economic success which includes employees, suppliers, government regulators, communities and special interest groups with which it interacts. Companies must determine which of these stakeholders are primary, or should I say which of these stakeholders the company should pay more attention to when focusing on the perspective and interests of decision making when it comes to the company.
A company must understand the nature and main issues of concern of the primary stakeholders. show more content
According to farmer Brandon Whitt, farming is not suited for a corporate environment, he stated that he has to have the ability to make a decision and do it in a timely matter. He further stated that he and his family are the ones living on the farm, and see and know what goes on at the farm. Whitt says that waiting for a managementdecision is not good for reasonable for him (Monsanto.com).
Monsanto believes that everyone needs to do their part to help the Environment, whether it is finding a way to reuse water or recycling. The company states that they are committed to finding ways to use resources more efficiently. In the year 2014 they took a good look at the amount of waste they produced, and in the same year they shipped or composted 314,000 metric tons of materials from all of their
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