The term ‘ethics’ commonly refers to the rules or principles that define right and wrong
The term ‘ethics’ commonly refers to the rules or principles that define right and wrong conduct. Managers making ethical decisions may belong to any of the three levels of Moral Development, each composed of two stages. The Pre-conventional Level of Moral Development is concerned with which of the following stages?
[A]Following rules only when it's of interest
[B]Living up to the expectations of people close to managers
[C]Maintaining conventional order by fulfilling obligations which managers have agreed to
[D]Valuing rights of others, and upholding non-relative values and rights, regardless of the