Business Ethics And Corporate Social Responsibility Becsr Set 1

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This set of Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility (BECSR) Multiple Choice Questions & Answers (MCQs) focuses on Business Ethics And Corporate Social Responsibility Becsr Set 1

Q1 | Choose the Incorrect Statement
  • Fulfilling Social Responsibility is Part of Business Ethics
  • Behaviour of an Individual helps in understanding his Values.
  • It is easier to change one's attitude than his values
  • Attitude is a human trait but behaviour is an inborn attribute
Q2 | Which of the following statements most accurately describe the nature of an ethical issue in business?
  • Ethical issues can be resolved if you do what you think is right
  • Ethical issues can be resolved by following the guidance of religious beliefs
  • Ethical issues are difficult because all the choices may do some harm
  • Ethical issues are difficult because the results of a decision are hard to predict
Q3 | _______________ builds trust among individuals and in business relationships, which validates and promotes confidence in business relationships.
  • Ethical conduct
  • Social responsibility
  • Ethical responsibility
  • Business ethics
Q4 | _________________ is the most reliable method to discover solutions to problems and difficulties which seem to be difficult to be tackled by reason and intellect.
  • Chetna
  • Self introspection
  • Brain-stilling
  • Self- introspection
Q5 | The 4th and 5th step in ethical decision making process is …………….(i) Consider available alternatives(ii) Make a decision(iii) Eliminate non value adding alternatives(iv) Compare and Weigh the alternatives
  • (i) and (ii)
  • (i) and (iv)
  • (ii) and (iii)
  • (iii) and (iv)
Q6 | Which one of these scenarios are ethical issues?(i) A company is thinking of employing a robot that will make most of the workforce redundant(ii) Someone creates an AI(iii) A judge decides to give someone a prison sentence(iv) Someone hacks a computer
  • (i) and (ii)
  • (i) and (iii)
  • (ii) and (iii)
  • (iii) and (iv)
Q7 | The questions: “Is there an ethical dilemma here, and if so, how do you define it?” would be utilized during which step of the Professional and Ethical Practice Decisional Strategy?
  • consult with peers and experts.
  • enhance ethical sensitivity.
  • identify potential courses of action.
  • identify the problem.
Q8 | Identify which one feature explains Indian Ethos?
  • Believes in Ego Assertion
  • Based on Spirit of Sacrifice and Self Control
  • Emphasise on Individual Achievement
  • Your Status defines your Character
Q9 | There are two abilities that you must have to properly understand ethics. The firstis the ……………………. and the second ability is …………………………..
  • ability to discern; concentration
  • ability to visualize; devotion
  • ability to distinguish; dedication
  • ability to judge; dedication
Q10 | Which of these statements is not an accurate description of ethical relativism?
  • Ethical relativism is a convenient philosophy for managers working in many countries
  • It is acceptable to give and take bribes if that is common practice in an industry or country
  • Morality depends on a particular society
  • Any gift to an employee is unacceptable as it may affect their judgement
Q11 | There are several practical steps that managers can take to improve the level of socially responsible behaviour in their company. Which of the following is least likely to work?
  • Publishing a statement of ethical policy in a booklet for staff
  • Creating a system of ethical reporting which is widely accessible on their website
  • Leading by example
  • Creating ethical structures
Q12 | The Theory of _________ posits that three levels of moral reasoning exist which an individual can engage in to assess ethical issues, dependent on their cognitive capacity.
  • Egoism
  • Power distance
  • Cognitive moral development
  • Uncertainty avoidance
Q13 | Which of the following is NOT a feature of Vedantic Management?
  • The Purpose of Vedantic Management is achieving the goals of the organization.
  • It does not require the organization to follow any ethical/ moral values.
  • Corporate responsibility towards the society is a precondition for introducing Vedantic Management in an organization.
  • It does not involve introducing any religion/ belief system in the management practices.
Q14 | According to Carrol, there are four main criteria for evaluating corporate social performance. Which of the following is not one of those criteria?
  • Legal responsibilities -- to follow prevailing laws
  • Ethical responsibilities -- acting to meet a wider social interest
  • Economic responsibilities -- to make sufficient profit to stay in business and provide employment
  • Career responsibilities -- to ensure high rewards to senior managers and directors
Q15 | A Location where internal and external knowledge is stored for more efficient management and utilization by the organization is……………..
  • knowledge management
  • knowledge Repository
  • a data warehouse
  • Organizational memory
Q16 | ________________ in the Vedas refers to the highest truth and power and it is very much understood as the performance of Vedic sacrifices and other rituals in the Vedas and Dharmasastras.
  • Karmas
  • Ethics
  • Spirituality
  • Dharma
Q17 | Jatin is a full-time student who is captain of the Cricket team and vice president of the Commerce club. He also works part-time. The primary stressor in his life would be _______.
  • Exhaustion
  • Eustress
  • Conflict
  • Overload
Q18 | A network engineer installs 5 computers in a firm using a Manual. After this experience, he further installs 50 computers in another firm without use of manual. Engineer has transferred his knowledge from __________
  • Explicit to Tacit
  • Tacit to Explicit
  • Explicit to General
  • General to Expertise
Q19 | Which of the following are examples of knowledge workers?
  • Architects.
  • Lawyers.
  • IT and Software designers.
  • Artists.
Q20 | Karma is of three types. Find out the incorrect option?
  • Mimasa
  • Prarabdha
  • Sanchita
  • Agami
Q21 | Which among the following is not a feature of Nishkam Karma?
  • Freedom
  • Reward Commitment
  • Perfection as Aim
  • Reactionless
Q22 | Which one of the following is not recommended as a method for a company to protect itself against sexual harassment charges?
  • Develop a zero-tolerance policy on harassment and communicate it to employees.
  • Retaliate swiftly against employees who bring forth charges of harassment.
  • Give swift and sure punishment to harassers.
  • Train managers at all levels on sexual harassment issues.
Q23 | The basic QWL intervention involves…………….
  • individual incentives.
  • organizational restructuring.
  • team efforts.
  • new technology.
Q24 | Implementation of TQM Programme has four Phases. What is the Sequence of these phases?(i) Creation of Proper Cultural Environment for instituting statistical process control.(ii) Actual applications of statistical process control to the problems of quality.(iii) Use of Advanced Techniques to obtain optimum Results(iv) Problem Solving
  • 1, 2,3,4
  • 2,1,3,4
  • 1,4,2,3
  • 4,2,3,1
Q25 | Which statements are characteristic of virtue ethics?
  • Our character traits are easily modified, almost on a day-to-day basis if we so choose.
  • Like Kantian ethical theory, virtue ethics requires that we disregard personal emotions and feelings.
  • Virtue ethics is about describing people as good or bad.
  • None of the above.