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BUS. ETHICS 6- WEEK 6.pptx

  1. Activity 1: “Flip the Bottle Challenge” Direction: The class will be divided into 5 groups. Every group will select one player to flip the bottle, player will take a turn and flip the bottle, and it will continue until at least one person successfully converts it. The person/player that can convert will pick a question in the box and answer the question correctly in just 5 seconds to earn 2 points for her/his team. The group with the lowest points will have to share their talents in front of the class.
  2. Filipino Value System Influence Business Practices Prepared By: Filjan Miles V. Intes
  3. I.Learning Objectives: At the end of this lesson, the students are able to: 1.Identify various Filipino value system. 2.Describe how Filipino value system affects the attitudes of business constituents. 3.Analyze various business situations as they are influenced by the Filipino value system.
  4. What is Filipino Value System? • Filipino values refers to the set of values or the value system that a majority of the Filipinos have historically held important in their lives. • The Philippine value system includes our own unique assemblage of consistent ideologies, moral codes, ethical practices, etiquette, and cultural and personal values that are promoted by our society.
  5. 1.Utang Na Loob (Reciprocity) •The essence of utang na loob is an obligation to reimburse a person who has done one a favor. •This inner aspect, loob, separates utang na loob from an ordinary debt ("utang"); being an internal phenomenon, utang na loob thus goes much deeper than ordinary debt or even the western idea of owing a favor.
  6. 2. Filial Piety •Filial piety is a virtue of reverence for parents, elders and ancestors of one another. •In business, the Filipino family is so intact that it is normal for the family members work on the same company.
  7. 3. Padrino System •Padrino System, or patronage in Philippine culture and politics, is the system of respect in which one receives popularity, advancement, or political position by family association (nepotism) or friendship (cronyism), as opposed to one's merit.
  8. 3.1 Nepotism •Nepotism is the practice of recruiting members of the family no matter what their credentials.
  9. 3.2 Cronyism •The counterpart of Nepotism is Cronyism. It's the act of recruiting mates, no matter what qualifications. •One of the biggest issues with cronyism that you see in nepotism, too, is the sense of entitlement that workers working in these situations experience.
  10. 4. Suki System •The Filipino word "Suki" means "loyal" buyers. The suki relationships in the commercial sense (Market- Exchange Partnerships) that grow between two persons who agree to become regular customers and suppliers. •"Suki" is a distinct Filipino belief system that is mainly rooted in commercially oriented personal alliance systems.
  11. 5. Bahala Na •The word Bahala is actually derived from the word Bathala, which refers to the ancient Supreme Being worshiped by the Filipinos during the pre-Spanish period. •Simply put, "Bahala na" may be the equivalent of the Islamic word Inshallah, meaning "God willing" or "if Allah wills." Bahala Na has been loosely translated as "come what may."
  12. 6. Mañana Habit •Mañana Habit comes from the Spanish word "Mañana" which literally means "tomorrow" or "unspecified future period." Hence, Mañana Habit refers to procrastination.
  13. In business the following are the influences of Mañana Habit: a. Reduced efficiency-Efficient businesses generate more profits per employee than inefficient ones. b. Damaged reputation-If you get to the point that the consequences of procrastination influence what and what you deliver to customers, you’re clearly in trouble, and it can lead to a reputation for lateness.
  14. In business the following are the influences of Mañana Habit: c. Missed opportunities -If you're at the top of your workload, you'll also be in a much better position to take advantage of new opportunities. d. Roadblocks / Bottlenecks -If you start ignoring things, the process of your company may be disrupted. Instead, an accumulation of tasks that haven't been completed leads to tension for you and disappointment with other team members.
  15. 7. Amor propio •"Amor Propio" is a Spanish word that means self-love; a sense of self-esteem or self- respect that prevents a person from swallowing his pride. Love of its own is part of the Filipino tradition.
  16. Filipino Family Values
  17. 1. Hospitality “Magiliw na pagtanggap,” is a cultural practice passed down from generation to generation. Basically, it refers to the warm and welcoming nature of the Filipino people towards their guests.
  18. 2.Humor, adaptability and creativity
  19. 3.Resilience, Resourcefulness and the ability to survive
  20. 3. Faith and Religiosity
  21. 4. Hardwork and Industry
  22. 5. Gossiping
  23. 6. Ningas-Kugon
  24. 7.Crab Mentality