1. What is the central problem? 2. What are the important facts of the case? 3.Identify all the important stakeholders…. 1. What is the central problem? 2. What are the important facts of the case? 3.Identify all the important stakeholders. 4. Choose and explain the ethical model you will employ. Obvious choices are Utilitarianism, Kantian Ethics, and Philosophical Pragmatism. 5. Are there any relevant professional codes that should contribute to the resolution of the problem? 5. Identify the alternate courses of action to remedy the problem you have identified. 6. Recommend one specific course of action based on the ethical model you have endorsed. 1. Please follow the detailed template below. Use headings. 2. Do not omit any section. For example, you are required to consider the potential relevance of professional codes. Make sure you know what professional codes are. Hint: you will have to read the text! 3. There must be a detailed stakeholder analysis. This means that you should identify and consider the primary and secondary stakeholders relative to Nestle. 4. Please flesh out the ethical model you choose and explain how it dictates the remedy. 5. You can’t complete the case analysis without researching Nestle and Flint. 6. Don’t forget the references. A list of links is far from sufficient. Nestle: Water as Commodity interesting background: Nestle and the Infant Formula Controversy Have you looked at the required outline in the Announcements? Every section must be completed. Use headings. Consider Nestle’s formal water policy and Nestle’s actions with respect to the Great Lakes. Has Nestle contributed to the Flint water crisis? http://www.nestle.com/csv/water/policy-stewardship More details and suggested sources are forthcoming.

1. What is the central problem? 2. What are the important facts of the case? 3.Identify all the important stakeholders….

1. What is the central problem? 2. What are the important facts of the case? 3.Identify all the important stakeholders. 4. Choose and explain the ethical model you will employ. Obvious choices are Utilitarianism, Kantian Ethics, and Philosophical Pragmatism. 5. Are there any relevant professional codes that should contribute to the resolution of the problem? 5. Identify the alternate courses of action to remedy the problem you have identified. 6. Recommend one specific course of action based on the ethical model you have endorsed.
1. Please follow the detailed template below. Use headings.

2. Do not omit any section. For example, you are required to consider the potential relevance of professional codes. Make sure you know what professional codes are. Hint: you will have to read the text!

3. There must be a detailed stakeholder analysis. This means that you should identify and consider the primary and secondary stakeholders relative to Nestle.

4. Please flesh out the ethical model you choose and explain how it dictates the remedy.

5. You can’t complete the case analysis without researching Nestle and Flint.

6. Don’t forget the references. A list of links is far from sufficient.

Nestle: Water as Commodity

interesting background: Nestle and the Infant Formula Controversy

Have you looked at the required outline in the Announcements?

Every section must be completed. Use headings.

Consider Nestle’s formal water policy and Nestle’s actions with respect to the Great Lakes. Has Nestle contributed to the Flint water crisis?

http://www.nestle.com/csv/water/policy-stewardship

More details and suggested sources are forthcoming.

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