Fundamentals of Macroeconomics
The Virtue, Utilitarianism, and Deontological concepts all have something in a common. Each one of these three concepts concentrates on an individual’s actions leading to various options, in addition to how the options affected others. The variations within each of these concepts are who engaged and was impacted by those options. The Virtue concept concentrates on an individual's character. One could stay in their lifestyle by seeking quality in everything they and others do (Boylan, 2009). The Utilitarianism concept considers that an activity, which is created to the ...view middle of the document...
Within a team scenario, the associates must make choices in the best interest of his or her team, even if this implies a personal compromise. Deontological is an ethical concept. The majority of ethical concepts fall within the area of commending and strong (Boylan, 2009). Commending comes from a Latina term that indicates something that warranted and recommended. Deontology considers ethics is more than just commending it is strong (Boylan, 2009).
My personal experience corresponds with the Utilitarianism concept. The encounter incorporated working as a group on one task. Obligations were equally divided up between each group participant, however, not every participant was accomplished his or her obligations as required. Due to time limits, it was impossible to delay the completion date for these participants to complete their portion of the task. I formed the decision that I would assist these participants with their areas of the task so that the rest of the associates and I could publish a finished task we would be extremely pleased with, generate us an excellent...