After reviewing the Pearson Learning materials in the background page of this module, respond to the following:
Viktor Frankl (1905–1995) once said: “Everything can be taken from a man but one thing; the last of the human freedoms—to choose ones attitude in any given set of circumstances, to choose ones own way.” Dr. Viktor Frankl was a Jewish Austrian neurologist and psychologist who survived the concentration camps during World War II. Frankl had his opinion on human freedom. Respond to the following questions: With at least 150 words for each question.
Explain whether you agree with Frankls opinion that it is important for a person to have the freedom to choose ones attitude in a given set of circumstances and to choose ones own way.
Describe a personal example in a business setting that supports your explanation. For instance, you might want to discuss how people deal with edicts from on high in a given organization vs. situations where employees have a voice in the decision making process.
To what extent you believe that freedom or the right to choose is important from an ethical perspective and how does this choice impact business success?