Assessment type: Ethical analysis – individual assignment (1.500 words)
Purpose: This assessment wiU allow students to conduct the ethical analysis of a situation provided by them and approved by tutor. This assessment contributes to learning outcomes a and b.
Value: 15% Due Date: Week 5 Sunday midnight
Topic: Students need to identify maximum four situations in the department allocated as per your student ID. Analyse them based on any four ethical philosophies taught to you in this unit Students will demonstrate that they can identify, assess and analyse the situation.
Since its foundation in 1937. globally. Toyota has strived continuously to contribute to the sustainable development of society and the planet through its business operations. Their principle that they have continued since Toyota Australia started in 1963 and has helped to cement their position as Australia’s leading automotive company.
Motor vehicles greatly expand the freedom of mobility, however, they recognised that they can also have an effect on the society and the environment- With this in mind, they listened carefully to their stakeholders as they pursued a business that works towards harmony with people, society, and the global environment. They are continuously innovating to develop vehicles that meet the needs of the market both now and into the future. Their research focuses on vehicles powered by a range of alternative fuels and vehicles with the potential for automated driving. They continue to work towards vehicles that are safe for everyone, and that maintain the standards of durability and reliability that people expect from the Toyota brand.
Identify minimum one and maximum four situations in the department allocated as per your student ID. Analyse them based on any four ethical philosophies taught to you in this unit
Department 1: The Production function undertakes the activities necessary to provide the organisation’s products or services. Its main responsibilities are: o production planning and scheduling o control and supervision of the production workforce o managing product quality (including process control and monitoring o maintenance of plant and equipment o control of inventory
o deciding the best production methods and factory layout.