Reflect on the ethical posture of a multinational corporation (Toyota link is https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Toyota )
• Include Personal and Professional Ethics Statements
• The multinational corporation is found here in this link https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Toyota
o Include a link to the corporate ethics policy page https://www.toyota-global.com/company/history_of_toyota/75years/common/pdf/code_of_conduct.pdf
o Write a summary of the most salient information that describes the ethical policy of the corporation.
• Evaluate and describe how the corporate ethical policies, values, and perspectives may differ across different cultural groups, or whether for example the corporate practices and ethic statement addresses cultural and legal issues that may vary across nations or cultural groups.
• Compare how the corporate ethical policies, values, and perspectives differ or are similar to your Professional Ethics Statement which my professional ethic lens is (Relationship lens which is Im considered to have rationality and mild equality) and based on this comparison would you be a good fit to work for this company? Why or why not?
lational Risk Individual firm politics Jeffery L. Cummings (2012)  Customer Relationship Risk Poor handling of Customer Information Jeffery L. Cummings (2012)  Quality Risk Inability to control quality Jeffery L. Cummings (2012)  Risk associated with social Responsibility Improper CSR implementation Robert E. Speckman, Edward Davis (2004)  Risk of Opportunism Partners serving their own interest Robert E. Speckman, Edward Davis (2004)  Financial Risk Financial incapability of one partner Reference  Reputational Risk Bad market reputation of one partner Reference  â¢ Performance risk:  When an alliance is formed, the institutions generally set the targets that are based on achieving unrealistic objectives and goals. This in general leads to the risk of not achieving the goals and the institutions in the alliance start making each other accountable for the loss occurred. The alliance might face the risk of losing the investment due to the poor collaboration. The institutions in the alliance and the managers-in-charge are made responsible for the poor co-ordination and are looked down by the financial community. â¢ Relational risk:  It generally occurs due to individual firm politics, poor co-ordination among the institutions in the alliance and unexpected time and cost of increased co-ordination. The institutions might have to quickly respond to the changes that occur in the partner institution and this may be made even more urgent if there is a lack of co-ordination or poor collaboration. Politics within the individual institutions and deteriorating relationships might further increase such risks. â¢ Customer relationship risk:  The institutions in the alliance generally collaborate to create products for the customers of all the institutions in the alliance. So the institutions share the customer information such as the contacts, sales calls, customer management issues etc., with the alliance partners. If such critical information is poorly handled by the alliance then that leads to the risk of damage of the alliance. Such events have long-term effects on the alliance members. â¢ Quality risks:  When the partner companies do not possess the required quality controls and standards, it leads to the increased quality risks. The inability of the partner in establishing systems to document the records and also in establishing systems that maintain the standards will expose the alliance to quality risks. Such events lead to the situation where in the alliance is made liable to the environmental damage done by the partner institution and thereby damaging the collaboration. â¢ Risk associated with social responsibility: >GET ANSWER