In the information technology world, which of the following are examples of ethical
issues that a company may have to manage?
A. employees copying and distributing company-owned software
B. employees searching other employee's private information without consent
C. employees intentionally creating or spreading viruses to confuse IT
D.All of these are correct.
What are Porter's three generic strategies?
A. evaluates an organization's strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats to
identify significant influences that work for or against business strategies
B. analyzes the competitive forces within the environment in which a company operates
to assess the potential for profitability in an industry
C. views a firm as a series of business processes, each of which adds value to the
product or service
D. generic business strategies that are neither organization nor industry specific and can
be applied to any business, product, or service