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This set of Managing for Sustainability Multiple Choice Questions & Answers (MCQs) focuses on Managing For Sustainability Set 6

Q1 | The view that sees profit maximization as the main objective is known as:
Q2 | Where an organization takes into account the effect its strategic decisions have on society, this is known as:
Q3 | Which intervention resulted from the Enron scandal?
Q4 | Executive pay in the UK was reviewed by:
Q5 | In Japan, some corporations operate within the philosophy of 'kyosei'. The term 'kyosei' means:
Q6 | When managerial self-dealings are excessive and left unchecked,
Q7 | Corporate governance structure
Q8 | In a public company with diffused ownership, the board of directors is entrusted with
Q9 | The key weakness of the public corporation is
Q10 | When company ownership is diffuse,
Q11 | In many countries with concentrated ownership
Q12 | In what country do the three largest shareholders control, on average, about 60 percent of the shares of a public company?
Q13 | The public corporation
Q14 | Periodic ethics audits
Q15 | Political intrusion into business
Q16 | The reach of codes is
Q17 | East India Company
Q18 | Quantification in ethics may be done by
Q19 | When communicating a code of conduct
Q20 | The __________ approach to formal corporate ethics initiatives is proactive andinspirational.
Q21 | The _________ approach to formal corporate ethics initiatives focuses on meeting required behavior norms or obeying the letter of the law
Q22 | Which of the following is associated with the classical view of social responsibility?
Q23 | How many stages are in the model of an organization social responsibility progression?
Q24 | The belief that a firm pursuit of social goals would give them too much power is known as what argument in opposition to a firm being socially responsible?
Q25 | Social obligation is the obligation of a business to meet its _______________.