Explanation of liability, strict liability, accountability and moral accountability in relation to obligations and duties as individuals and as parts of business organizations

Teacher Liability – literally, liability is something that owes. It is also a debt. Morally, it is a moral obligation or duty to dogood.
Strict liability – strict liability posits that people are responsible for their own acts. It holds that whatever the consequence of their action, people are answerable to their own agency.
Accountability – accountability meant an obligation or could be a liability to another party, be it person or organization to perform a certain task or to deliver certain promise. It also requires the accounting of one’s act and performance relative to a duty, responsibility or task.
Example :
A concrete example for this is a student who is accountable for his or her performance in class. His or her test results, participations, diligence and any other acts are accounted to become his or her grade and he or she alone is accountable or responsible for that grade. If he or she fails, such student is accountable for it and no one else.
Moral accountability – moral accountability is the internal motivation to do better in his or her acts or in any responsibilities and duties that may be assigned to him or her.
We can again cite as an example of the student. While the student is accountable for his or performance in class, he or she has also moral accountability to his or her parents to do his or her best because of their hopes for the student to be better prepared for the future. This is also a recompense for the sacrifices made by the parents for the student to send him or her to school.
How do these terms relate to our obligations and duties as individuals – or as part of an organization?
These terms relate to our obligations and duties as individuals – or as part of an organization in a way that they serve as the building block of ethics and integrity. Liability compels us to do good realizing that we are answerable for the consequence of our action. Our sense of accountability makes us responsible as a person and as a professional for we make sure that the trust and responsibility entrusted to our care are kept or done properly. Moral responsibility on the other hand enables us to perform duties and responsibilities even without the expectation of reward or repercussion but rather the internal drive to do good and be better.
As an individual, these terms makes us better and responsible persons. Having a strong sense of liability and moral accountability makes us trustworthy of anything.
In the context of an organization, these terms make us ethical employees and/or managers. It makes us watch out for our actions because we can be held responsible for their consequences. On a positive note, these terms can help us become successful because it makes us responsible for any duties and tasks assigned to us. We also become trustworthy of a responsibility because we will not do anything that will have negative consequence both to us and the organization.