In this scenario the dilemma is truth vs loyalty Gonzales 2019 The people

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community, truth vs loyalty, or short-term vs long-term. In this scenario, the dilemma is truth vs loyalty (Gonzales, 2019). The people involved in this may be from the same company, and one may be in the same team as them. In this case, one may have to choose between the truth or loyalty to the team. However, considering the ethics of the IT community, it is essential to maintain the privacy of people online. 6. Resolution Principles In this stage, one is supposed to consider the rule-based, ends-based and also care-based principles. Having considered the laws, one determines the most relevant one. In this case, the professional may want to consider the care-based principle (Gonzales, 2019). This mainly because they are faced with the question of what they care about. 7. Considering a 'third way.' The professional in this stage may want to consider getting the two parties satisfied. However, in this case, the professional has only one party to satisfy since the other party involved is unaware of the situation. 8. Making the Decision This is where the professional makes the decision based on the above stages. This step is not quite easy since it requires a lot of moral courage. It is good as a professional to choose to avoid
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DECISION-MAKING MODEL IN IT 5 phishing and look for a way of protecting their job. Reporting the parties involved will also help prevent these issues from coming up again in the future of the company. 9. Revisiting and Reflecting on the Decision After making the decision and implementing it, one reflects on what happens later. It is good to take this step to take lessons from the decision that has been made based on the situation. Impact of the Decision and Theory Supporting the Decision The result of the decision made may result to a state where the professional loses the job.
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  • Spring '14
  • Gonzales, Computer crime

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