Damon has just been promoted to the program manager in his digital marketing agency. As program manager, he is responsible for working with vendors to provide services

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Damon has just been promoted to the program manager in his digital marketing agency. As program manager, he is responsible for working with vendors to provide services

to his clients. One part of his job is to screen out potential vendors for clients and then make overall recommendations and provide project plans to the client based

on his selected vendors. This relationship is important because the client places an immense amount of trust in the vendor choices made. Damon, with his

straightforward communication style, is talented in picking and choosing the best vendors for the client, which was one reason he was hired. The nature of the job

requires Damon to often meet with potential vendors and salespeople. One late afternoon, a vendor meeting with Valerie runs into dinnertime. Valerie asks Damon if he

wants to have a drink and some appetizers while they continue discussing the services the vendor has to offer. They go next door to a pub and continue their

discussion. When the check comes, Damon picks it up and Valerie says, “No, you can’t pay for this. I got it.” Damon hands her the check and thanks her for dinner.

Later that week, after Damon has met with all possible vendors for the project, he decides to go with Valerie’s company. They provide the highest-quality services at

the best price. In fact, their pricing is about 10 percent less while the services they will provide get rave reviews from other clients. Damon is confident it is the

right choice. When Damon goes to the project manager with this decision, the project manager, Janet, says she prefers not to work with that vendor, then asks, “Didn’t

Valerie take you to dinner the other night?”
Damon replies, “Yes, but that isn’t why I chose them to be our vendor for this project.” Janet doesn’t respond and turns back to her computer and asks Damon to explain

why Valerie’s company is better.

1.What is the potential conflict of interest in this case?
2.How can outside perception impact our ethical choices? Should outside perception affect our choices at work?
3.Using one of the models discussed in the chapter or combining elements of various models, address how Damon should have gone about making this ethical choice.
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Damon has just been promoted to the program manager in his digital marketing agency. As program manager, he is responsible for working with vendors to provide services

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read the case and answer questions
Damon has just been promoted to the program manager in his digital marketing agency. As program manager, he is responsible for working with vendors to provide services

to his clients. One part of his job is to screen out potential vendors for clients and then make overall recommendations and provide project plans to the client based

on his selected vendors. This relationship is important because the client places an immense amount of trust in the vendor choices made. Damon, with his

straightforward communication style, is talented in picking and choosing the best vendors for the client, which was one reason he was hired. The nature of the job

requires Damon to often meet with potential vendors and salespeople. One late afternoon, a vendor meeting with Valerie runs into dinnertime. Valerie asks Damon if he

wants to have a drink and some appetizers while they continue discussing the services the vendor has to offer. They go next door to a pub and continue their

discussion. When the check comes, Damon picks it up and Valerie says, “No, you can’t pay for this. I got it.” Damon hands her the check and thanks her for dinner.

Later that week, after Damon has met with all possible vendors for the project, he decides to go with Valerie’s company. They provide the highest-quality services at

the best price. In fact, their pricing is about 10 percent less while the services they will provide get rave reviews from other clients. Damon is confident it is the

right choice. When Damon goes to the project manager with this decision, the project manager, Janet, says she prefers not to work with that vendor, then asks, “Didn’t

Valerie take you to dinner the other night?”
Damon replies, “Yes, but that isn’t why I chose them to be our vendor for this project.” Janet doesn’t respond and turns back to her computer and asks Damon to explain

why Valerie’s company is better.

1.What is the potential conflict of interest in this case?
2.How can outside perception impact our ethical choices? Should outside perception affect our choices at work?
3.Using one of the models discussed in the chapter or combining elements of various models, address how Damon should have gone about making this ethical choice.
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