Unit V, VI, VII

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Select a relatively current event that deals with one or more ethical dilemma. Compose and essay that addresses the ethical factors from an organizational perspective. National examples may include Department of Defense contracting events, Hurricane Katrina (or similar catastrophic events), election campaign funding, BP oil spill, or lobbyist operations. Local or state events may include nonprofit or public organizations. You may also use international events. Be sure to address the following requirements in your essay:
? Identify the key stakeholders, and introduce the organization.
? Summarize the context of the ethical dilemma with specific facts (who, what, where, when, why).
? Using Svara’s (2007) problem-solving model (as depicted in this week’s lesson) as a point of reference, identify the selected ethical decisions and obligations. Be specific if the actions resulted in best consequences or a full, open and honest process projected to the public.
? Identify implications that resulted in successful or unsuccessful future operations.
? Summarize what you have learned from an analysis of this event.

550 words:

Select a work-related ethical scenario that you (or someone close to you) have experienced. Organizations and names should be changed when identifying references in the assignment. Compose an essay that addresses the following requirements:
? Identify the key positions, titles, and assigned responsibilities in the organization.
? Discuss and illustrate the individual pressures faced and how the issues were handled or delegated to another position.
? Describe how changing attitudes and behaviors evolved as the incidents occurred.
? Compare and contrast the behaviors in the scenario with the philosophical theories of ethical decision-making that are referenced in Unit II. Examples may include Utilitarianism or Deontology application.
? Illustrate any mishandling of the decision-making process that resulted in lessons learned.
? Summarize what you have learned from an analysis of this event.

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Critical analysis is a central process in all academic work. It involves thinking critically, which is applying rational and logical thinking, while deconstructing the information that you research/study. When we think critically, we are thinking actively. This means that we do not passively accept everything we read and hear, so that we can question, evaluate, make judgments, find connections, and categorize information. It means we remain open to other points of view and are not blinded by our own biases.
1. Begin by selecting a topic to research. The research paper requires a public administration topic selection that focuses on an ethical scenario that confronts you in public administration.
2. What is the problem that you want to investigate? State the problem as a question.
3. Why does this problem interest you?
4. What does the literature say? Find three to five research-based articles about the topic as a literature review.
5. What did you learn about this topic in relation to addressing the problem that you researched? What new knowledge, recommendations, or proposed solutions have you uncovered?
6. Develop your conclusions. As you have completed the work in this course, you have noticed themes in the unit lessons, the assigned readings, and the assignments. Now, you will combine that knowledge with your personal examples and previous experiences to construct your research paper.
Your research paper should include the following structure:
? Title Page
? Executive Summary
o List the issues, findings, and bulleted recommendations.
? Introduction of the issue in context
o Is this research anchored in current events or personal experiences, peer reviewed articles, or other approaches?
? Narrative
o Review what you did and describe the issues.
? Ethical Context
o Provide history of relevant ethical dilemma and the main players in your scenario
? Course Themes
o Tie in what you have learned and/or read about in this course.
? Analysis, Evaluation & Critique
o In your scenario, how were issued handled by the administrator or governing individual/group?
? Recommendations
o What would be a recommended approach or action?
? Summary and Closing
o What conclusion can you come to as a result of your research?
? References


Using the hard work that you put in the Research Paper for Unit VII, you will build a 10-slide PowerPoint presentation to present your findings, and portray the importance of implementing an ethics-training program for a public organization. This is the framework for an actual presentation that you may be asked to make in the future. Use this opportunity to get feedback and put together a “first-rate” presentation!
Components of the presentation will include:
? five to six abbreviate bullets for each slide, using approximately 24-point font,
? a simple but appropriate background for your slides, and
? the “Notes View” section below each slide to incorporate the talking points that you would use when presenting each slide.
The sequence of slides will be:
? Slide 1: Title slide – title of the assignment, student name, course title, and date;
? Slide 2: Basis for your research;
? Slide 3: Conclusions from your research;
? Slide 4: Four Goals for an ethics-training program;
? Slide 5 and 6: Cite two examples of public administration corruption;
? Slide 7 and 8: Describe two areas public institutions should focus on over the next five years;
? Slide 9: Summary (note the key points and why you believe this is important), and
? Slide 10: References (APA format).

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