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Ethical Compass Toolkits

Toolkit areas of interest The Ethical Compass – A Toolkit for Integrity in Business is a multi-part toolkit of classroom learning materials developed in cooperation between KPMG’s Ethics and Compliance group and Drs. Barbara Porco and Steven D’Agustino of Fordham University. The Ethical Compass toolkit provides a comprehensive review of the issues related to ethical behaviors in business as well as interactive learning materials and exercises for your students. Each of these modules can be easily integrated into an accounting, auditing, or business ethics curriculum individually, or the multipart toolkit can serve as the foundation for a complete ethics program within an accounting, auditing or other business curriculum.



Ethical Video Dilemmas

Feb. 14, 2013
From Curriculum Support

This tool comprises a series of ethical dilemmas designed to help students recognize issues that may arise in an accounting workplace environment.

Applied Ethics Cases

May. 10, 2012
From Curriculum Support

The Applied Ethics Cases are a series of ethical dilemmas in the form of short stories, which will be read and analyzed by students. The Case Studies are accompanied by a presentation that will provide a framework for discussion and will highlight a process of ethical decision-making.

Burden of Proof

May. 09, 2012
From Curriculum Support

The Burden of Proof is an examination of factors that may lead to employee fraud, and is designed to help students recognize types of fraud and behaviors that are common among employees that commit fraud.

SOX

May. 01, 2012
From Curriculum Support

The SOX Challenge is designed to present the content of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 in a way that is both interactive and fun.

Shades of Gray

May. 01, 2012
From Curriculum Support

Shades of Gray is a series of ethical scenarios that are used to encourage students to consider the impact of their decisions on others. Organized as a group game activity, the scenarios are designed to also help students recognize ethical issues and measure their ethical influence on a group.

CODE Challenge

May. 01, 2012
From Curriculum Support

The Code Challenge focuses on the content of the AICPA Code of Professional Conduct. The program is designed to cover the technical content of the code and to stimulate thinking about how the Code is and should be applied in the work environment.

Role Plays

May. 01, 2012
From Curriculum Support

The Ethics Role Plays are a series of ethical dilemmas in the form of improvisational role plays, which will be acted out by students. They are designed to help students recognize ethical issues and potential violations of the AICPA Code of Professional Conduct.

Case Studies

May. 01, 2012
From Curriculum Support

The Ethics Case Studies are a series of ethical dilemmas in the form of short stories. They are designed to help students recognize ethical issues and aid in the development of an ethical decision-making process.