Research the business of Volkswagen and the ethical crisis the company has faced.DOCX

Research the business of Volkswagen and the ethical crisis the company has faced

Research the business of Volkswagen and the ethical crisis the company has faced. Conduct research, locate at least one source for each of the report topics described below, and complete the "The Ethical Issues in Business: Preliminary Research Table" template with the required information. This research table will provide the foundational knowledge you will need to produce the final report (analysis and recommendation) according to the directions provided in the topics below.

Using the "The Ethical Issues in Business: Preliminary Research Table" template, provide an APA reference note for each source and an explanation of how each source will help you address these topics in the Benchmark - Ethical Issues in Business: Final Report and Analysis assignment later in the course:

  1. Company Background:Summarize relevant information regarding the business and its history.

  2. Crisis Details:Summarize the ethical crisis details. What stakeholders were involved? What actions did they take? What were the results of those actions?

  3. Ethical Issues and the law:Explain the ethical issues surrounding the crisis. Did the company act within the basic tenants of the law? Include any related legal issues.

  4. Influencing Factors:Describe pertinent information related to the wider scope of the ethical issue. What elements in the company's culture, the external environment, or other factors influenced the ethical crisis? If it was portrayed in the media, how was it portrayed?

  5. Recommendation:Propose how the company would have handled the crisis differently and the impact on the stakeholders discussed in theCrisis Detailstopic.

  6. Business Impact:Describe what other businesses can learn from the ethical crisis of the business you selected. If the situation was handled well, what could other businesses learn and why are these lessons valuable? If the situation was handled poorly, what could other businesses learn and why are these lessons valuable?

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