Organizational Ethics Presentation

This week, you will submit a video presentation. Your presentation must include both audio and visual components and be professional in nature.
Choose a topic below. ( choose any topic below that you can make a great powerpoint presentation. This is worth 300 points!)Taken from the assigned reading in Butts chapter 12, page 401, “Ethical Reflection: Typical Unethical or Illegal Behaviors in Organizations”Create a presentation of 10-15 slides or screens excluding the title and references.Your slides/screen should include titles, main ideas, bullet points, and relevant images, charts, graphs, etc.In your presentation:Describe an ethical situation, based on the chosen topic, that can get in the nurse’s way of practicing ethically. Describe the situation clearly and concisely.Identify how this situation relates to one provision within the Code of Ethics for Nurses.Identify two ethical principles that may arise when facing this situation.Discuss how a nurse might lessen the impact of the situation on the nurse’s practice.In addition to the course texts, cite and reference a minimum of two (2) additional scholarly sources to support your work.Close with a summary of your topic, and APA formatted reference slide(s).This week, you will submit a video presentation. Your presentation must include both audio and visual components and be professional in nature.Ethical Reflection: Typical Unethical or Illegal Behaviors in Organizations
• Occupational fraud and abuse, including conflicts of interest and healthcare fraud
• Greediness
• Engaging in covert operations
• Producing misleading services
• Reneging or cheating on negotiated terms
• Creating fuzzy policies that can cause others to lie to get the job done
• Showing overconfidence in self-judgment
• Disloyalty
• Exhibiting poor quality in performance and apathy in goal attainment
• Engaging in humiliating and stereotyping tactics
• Engaging in bigotry, sexism, racism, or showing favoritism
• Suppressing rights such as freedom of speech and choice
• Obeying authority in a mindless routine
• Promoting people who are destructive go-getters, yet seem to outrun mistakes
• Price fixing as the standard
• Not speaking up when unethical practices become evident
• Stepping on others to climb the promotion ladder
• Sacrificing innocent people and blaming others to get the job done
• Knowingly exaggerating the advantages of a plan to gather support
• Failing to cooperate with others
• Lying for the sake of business
• Failing to take responsibility for injurious practices
• Abusing organizational perks
• Corrupting the public process through legal means
• Obstructing or stalling actions and processes
• Dithering
• Inefficiency