PAD4604 Module 4 Takeaway

Module 4 Takeaway

Module 4 Takeaway Here are the essential points from the material in Module 4. Review these points as they will help focus your readings and prepare you for future course Modules, assignments and upcoming exams. Select 2 questions for your Reflection Journal

  1. What does it mean to demonstrate moral sensitivity?
  2. How can individuals and organizations avoid ethical tunnel vision?
  3. How can you increase the moral intensity of an ethical issue?
  4. How can you increase your level of moral reasoning?
  5. Why do really smart people make really stupid decisions?
  6. What should be the proper balance between reason and emotion when making ethical decisions?
  7. Does your college or work organization suffer from moral muteness (reluctance to talk in ethical terms)? What can you do to break the silence?
  8. What drives most unethical decisions–unhealthy motivations or cognitive biases?
  9. How can we keep from falling victim to moral hypocrisy?
  10. How much are you driven by a sense of duty? Is your strongest obligation to others, to the group’s mission or to codes and norms?
  11. How can you foster a sense of ownership or moral potency in the members of your organization?
  12. Do you think people act like natural scientists when making sense of the world and making ethical choices?
  13. How can you ensure that ethical considerations are factored into every organizational decision?
  14. What does it mean to take a humanistic approach to ethical decision-making?
  15. What common themes or elements do you see in the decision-making formats presented in the chapter?
  16. If you were going to implement one of decision-making formats from the chapter in your organization, which one would you choose? Why would you select this option? Module 4 Takeaway

 

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Module 4 Takeaway

Module 4 Takeaway Here are the essential points from the material in Module 4. Review these points as they will help focus your readings and prepare you for future course Modules, assignments and upcoming exams. Select 2 questions for your Reflection Journal

  1. What does it mean to demonstrate moral sensitivity?
  2. How can individuals and organizations avoid ethical tunnel vision?
  3. How can you increase the moral intensity of an ethical issue?
  4. How can you increase your level of moral reasoning?
  5. Why do really smart people make really stupid decisions?
  6. What should be the proper balance between reason and emotion when making ethical decisions?
  7. Does your college or work organization suffer from moral muteness (reluctance to talk in ethical terms)? What can you do to break the silence?
  8. What drives most unethical decisions–unhealthy motivations or cognitive biases?
  9. How can we keep from falling victim to moral hypocrisy?
  10. How much are you driven by a sense of duty? Is your strongest obligation to others, to the group’s mission or to codes and norms?
  11. How can you foster a sense of ownership or moral potency in the members of your organization?
  12. Do you think people act like natural scientists when making sense of the world and making ethical choices?
  13. How can you ensure that ethical considerations are factored into every organizational decision?
  14. What does it mean to take a humanistic approach to ethical decision-making?
  15. What common themes or elements do you see in the decision-making formats presented in the chapter?
  16. If you were going to implement one of decision-making formats from the chapter in your organization, which one would you choose? Why would you select this option? Module 4 Takeaway

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