Making Decisions in Business Ethics: Descriptive Ethical Theories

On the Waterfront (1954, Columbia): classic film that examines the seedy underbelly of the labour movement, and thus organizational culture more generally. Examines social justice, the labor movement, and institutional corruption.

The Devil Wears Prada (2006, 20th Century Fox): an assistant to a top executive deals with unreasonable expectations and casual abuse. Examines issues of workplace bullying, ambition, loyalty, and work/life balance.

FyreThe Greatest Party That Never Happened’ (2019, Netflix): documentary charting the birth, planning, and subsequent failure of ‘Fyre’, a festival promised to be unlike any other the world had seen, and its enigmatic creator Billy McFarland. Deals with issues of stakeholder ethics, misrepresentation, social media marketing ethics, financial fraud, and the dark side of entrepreneurship.