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Run the “Business Regulation” Simulation. Develop a 1,400-1,800-word paper (including tables) in which you do the following: a. Identify the key facts, regulations, and legal issues in the simulation. b. Based on the simulation, identify several of Alumina’s values and stakeholders. What are the conflicts among the competing stakeholders, and how does this constitute an ethical dilemma? c. Analyze risks presented. Considering alternatives not contained in the simulation, recommend a solution for Alumina and evaluate it in the context of Alumina’s legal position. Justify your recommended solution. d. How well does your recommended solution address the ethical dilemma identified in item b? How well does it align with Alumina’s values? Learning Objectives
See Week 3 objectives listed in the rEsource material or module.
Required Reading
Read the materials for Week 3 on your rEsourceSM course page.
Read Ch. 7, 13, 14, 15, and 17 of Business: Its Legal, Ethical, and Global Environment.
Assignments
Run the “Contract Creation and Management” Simulation on your own before meeting with your Learning Team. Identify the elements of a contract and specify where (or if) they are present in the simulation. For purposes of helping you to analyze the assignment, divide the Learning Team into two sides, one representing the party needing the software and the other representing the party designing the software. Each party should identify its needs and risks given the situation. Working together, both parties should create mutually agreed upon contract provisions, including a provision to resolve contract disputes, that would allow both parties to meet their needs and minimize their risks. Also keep in mind the need to design a process to accommodate changes in the project scope or timetable. For the graded assignment, cas a…...

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