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(continued on reverse side) MGMT 308 – Fall 2011 Instructor: Sarah D. Smith, Esq. A FEW DECISION-MAKING MODELS A Field Guide to Good Decisions: Values in Action, by Mark D. Bennett and Joan McIver Gibson The following five steps move us along to a good decision: 1. Clarify the perspective others and we bring to the issue. 2. Comprehend the range of what matters to others and us. 3. Commit to what is most important that will guide the decision. 4. Choose a course of action that aligns with the most important values. 5. Communicate the decision to other openly and honestly (including the question: “What do I NOT like about this decision?”) How Good People Make Tough Choices, by Rushworth Kidder Nine Checkpoints for Ethical Decision-Making: 1. Recognize that there is an ethical issue 2. Determine the actor 3. Gather the relevant facts 4. Test for right vs. wrong issues 5. Test for right vs. right issues 6. Apply the resolution principles (ends-based {utilitarian}, rules-based {rights}, care-based
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