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Requirements This time last year, Elizabeth Holmes was the world`s youngest self-made female billionaire. But all has not been well with Holmes’ biotech start-up, Theranos. Your task is to analyse the scandal at Theranos, drawing on the topics you’ve been introduced to in this module (1,500 words). A number of articles regarding the scandal are provided on Moodle. As a starting point, you should read them carefully. After conducting further reading and research, analyse the case by answering one of the following five questions: 2. Case analysis questions a. Analyse Tyler Shultz’ decision to whistleblow, and the others’ decision to remain silent at Theranos, drawing on the job performance topic. Was Shultz morally required to whistleblow? Use an ethical theory introduced in this module to justify your position.
ANALYTIC ESSAY ON ORGANASATIONAL BEHAVIOUR • Length: 1500 words plus or minus 10% (excluding the title, tables and references). Your word count must be included on the cover page. • Format: Verdana font 10, single spaced, Microsoft Word. Indicate which Essay Question you have answered on the cover page Step 1. Analyze your chosen case analysis question using the relevant OB topic. Step 2. Answer this question: was a particular OB approach/organizational action morally permitted / required? Step 3. Use an ethical theory to support your answer to step 2. Complete step 1: analyze your chosen case analysis question using the relevant OB topic. Next, address the following items to complete steps 2 and 3: What specific OB approach/organizational action are you evaluating? In other words, what particular action is being analyzed as morally permissible/required? Which ethical theory do you plan to draw on to analyze this OB approach/organizational action? Introduce and discuss this ethical theory using published literature. If you chose utilitarianism, provide a cost-benefit analysis. (Be sure to consider intangibles, and do your best to translate them into projected actual costs and benefits.) Outline the following: i. Costs of taking the action in light of the specifics of the case. ii. Benefits of taking the action. iii. Net result of action. (State whether and why you think gains outweigh losses or vice versa.)