RQ Chapter 4 - BrandonTucker February13,2010 MISM3301...

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Brandon Tucker February 13, 2010 MISM 3301 Questions RQ  #2, 4 Chapter 4 1.  What specific principles for conduct can be used to guide ethical questions? Five steps in an ethical analysis: Identify and describe clearly the facts: the basic finding who just who did what  to whom, where, when etc.  These findings will help solve the situation and  gather both parties together to come to a resolution. Define the conflict or dilemma and identify the higher-order values involved:  two opposite ended parties support two different end resolutions. Identify the stakeholders:  who are the invested parties in the situation.  Who  has the most to lose regarding the out-come. Identify the options that you can reasonably take: not all of the options are  going to please everyone, but some of those options are going to do a better  job of resolving the conflict faster than others. Identify the potential consequences of your options: what option you choose  is going to have the most lasting consistent result over the long-term. Identify and describe six ethical principles:
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RQ Chapter 4 - BrandonTucker February13,2010 MISM3301...

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