|1.||Discriminate between key philosophical approaches to ethics, legal requirements, and a contention between moral and ethical decision making;|
|2.||Advocate a position on the ethical issues associated with narrow and broad approaches to doing business;|
|3.||Exemplify judgement in assessing alternative perspectives of corporate responsibility in the context of contemporary business issues;|
|4.||Evaluate the sustainability agenda and justify assessment of the implications for business;|
|5.||Evaluate and debate the role of social movements and institutional changes that promote business model innovation; and|
|6.||Communicate analysis to audiences demonstrating a high level of personal autonomy and accountability.|
Students studying under the VU Block Model.
|Assignment||Annotated Bibliography (Individual) to inform a Group Case Report (Group), and Reflective Journal submissions (Individual)||30%|
|Case Study||A selected company evaluation on ethics and sustainability in achieving competitive advantage (Individual)||30%|
|Project||Group project report & presentation (Group)||40%|
|Journal||Assessing ethical responsibilities of an organisation||10%|
|Assignment||Critical analysis of ethical imperatives within a select organisation||40%|
|Case Study||Examination of ethics and sustainability at Patagonia||50%|
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