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Distributed Oct 14 Slides - Agenda for 10/14/09 On Lying &...

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Agenda for 10/14/09 Conflicts of Responsibility Internal Versus External Controls Integrating Ethics Safeguarding Ethical Autonomy In Public Organizations Whistleblowing
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“The honor of the civil servant is vested in his ability to execute conscientiously the order of the superior authorities, exactly as if the order agreed with his own conviction. This holds even if the order appears wrong to him and if, despite the civil servant’s remonstrances, the authority insists on the order.” Weber Quote of the Week
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ICMA’s Decision Model Phase I: Understand the Issues Phase II: Determine Options and Consequences Phase II: Take Action
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Phase I: Understand the Issues Step 1: Gather the Facts Step 2: Analyze the Facts-- Step 3: Analyze the Facts: Step 4: Define the Ethical Issues
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Step 1: Gather the facts Don’t jump to conclusions Interview people involved, review documents, etc.
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Step 2: Is there a legal problem? Are laws being broken? Consult an attorney if need be?
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Step 3: Is there an ethical problem? Are there ethical issues involved? If the action is legal,
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Step 4: Define the ethical issues Specify the
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Phase II: Determine the Options and Consequences Step 5: Determine Any Options Step 6: List the Options Step 7: Understand the Consequences for Each Option
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Step 5: Determine your options Do you have any options?
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Step 6: List the options List your options Are you beholden to anyone?
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Will this option violate an existing code of ethics? Does this option conform to my community
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This note was uploaded on 01/31/2010 for the course PPD 240 taught by Professor Yoder during the Fall '07 term at USC.

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