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Case_Study_Assignmen - OLS 26300 ETHICAL DECISIONS IN LEADERSHIP CASE STUDY ANALYSIS PAPER Purpose The objective of this assignment is to learn how

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OLS 26300: ETHICAL DECISIONS IN LEADERSHIP CASE STUDY ANALYSIS PAPER Purpose: The objective of this assignment is to learn how to apply a problem solving model (PISCO) to a problem or situation and to make a decision based on a thoughtful analysis of the relevant facts and ethical issues. Instructions : After carefully reading the case study provided (“OLS_263_Case”), use the PISCO (see attachment for model description) to analyze the case and generate a recommended course of action. Support : Throughout your written discussion you should support your points/arguments by citing reference and source material (e.g., course text book). Your write-up must include at least 5 citations from outside sources and/or textbook. Format: The case study assignment is a written report and should follow the format listed below: 1. The assignment should be 6-8 pages in length and created using APA format ( http://apastyle.apa.org/ ) ; 2. Use 1 inch margins, double-spaced text, 12-point font, single-sided pages and Times New Roman print; 3. Include a “Reference” page with a minimum of 5 citations or quotations. 4. Create a cover page with student name, title of course, title of assignment, date, and name/title of OLS 26300 instructor; 5. Use headers to separate sections of the case study; choose headings that make sense to use from your Decision Making Model; tables can be created and should be APA format and placed appropriately “in-text,” not included as appendices. Due Date: All students must complete the Case Study assignment, and submit it to the Assignments Section of Oncourse on the assigned due date (see course syllabus).
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OLS 263 Case Study The Loan Officer and the Debtors Jon Bellow is a senior loan officer with First National Federal Bank, the second- largest financial institution in Wyoming. Jon, who has been with First National Federal for ten years, handles loan applications from all over the state. Following the savings and loan debacle of the late 1980s, First National Federal implemented many institutional changes. Some of the changes were operational; others involved the bank’s lending policy. A change that Jon found frustrating was an increasing emphasis on ethics. Jon complained to one of his loan officers, “I don’t get this ethic stuff. If it’s legal, I’m ethical.” One of the loan officers, Mary Willow, a recent graduate of the University Of Wyoming School Of Business, replied, “Sometimes doing what’s ethical just costs you more money!” Later that morning, following their discussion, Jon appeared in Mary’s office with a loan application from Michael Johnson, a rancher in the northwestern part of the state. He told Mary that they needed to take a trip to evaluate the proposed collateral for the
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