Book: Eclov, Lee. Pastoral Graces: Reflections on the Care of Souls. Chicago: Moody Publishers, 2012. 1. Reflect on God’s call in your life, especially the periods of questioning and doubt through which you may have been led. Do you have any special thoughts or insights on that process, now that you are in Divinity training? 2. How do you respond to being under authority? 3. What are your thoughts about becoming an authority figure, exercising moral, spiritual, influential, and organizational authority? 4. How do you plan to grow in wisdom as you provide ministry? 5. Which of the examples of public grace especially resonate with you? 6. What is your plan to grow in the grace of effective public prayer, in the face of the “Evangelical Prayer Voice” that speaks in “Baby Babble Prayers”? 7. How will you practice “Ministry By Walking Around” in your ministry? 8. What elements of “portable grace” do you think will work best for you (not limited to those in the book)? 9. Talk about how you can “paint with the colors God gives us” in the ministry in which you see yourself. 10. Do you tend to be a “Yes” person or a “No” person? How can you minister God’s “Yes” in Christ to people in your ministry? 11. How can you discern where someone is in their journey of recovery from sin’s brokenness, and bring grace and equipping to that person? 12. What are some ways you can bring grace, peace, and healing into situations of conflict in a ministry? 13. Do you believe that you can RECEIVE ministry in your chosen ministry position? How can you accomplish this? 14. How will you sit under great preaching in order to become a better preacher, be mentored by a great counselor in order to become a better counselor, and so forth? Do you have the humility and the intentionality to do these things regularly? 15. How will you best “help make people homesick for Heaven” in your ministry? 16. Think about the markers of ministry success that GOD values. What do you think He will want to see in your life and ministry as you become experienced in the practice of ministry?

Book: Eclov, Lee.  Pastoral Graces: Reflections on the Care of Souls.  Chicago: Moody Publishers, 2012.

 

  1. Reflect on God’s call in your life, especially the periods of questioning and doubt through which you may have been led.  Do you have any special thoughts or insights on that process, now that you are in Divinity training?
  2. How do you respond to being under authority?
  3. What are your thoughts about becoming an authority figure, exercising moral, spiritual, influential, and organizational authority?
  4. How do you plan to grow in wisdom as you provide ministry?
  5. Which of the examples of public grace especially resonate with you?
  6. What is your plan to grow in the grace of effective public prayer, in the face of the “Evangelical Prayer Voice” that speaks in “Baby Babble Prayers”?
  7. How will you practice “Ministry By Walking Around” in your ministry?
  8. What elements of “portable grace” do you think will work best for you (not limited to those in the book)?
  9. Talk about how you can “paint with the colors God gives us” in the ministry in which you see yourself.
  10. Do you tend to be a “Yes” person or a “No” person?  How can you minister God’s “Yes” in Christ to people in your ministry?
  11. How can you discern where someone is in their journey of recovery from sin’s brokenness, and bring grace and equipping to that person?
  12. What are some ways you can bring grace, peace, and healing into situations of conflict in a ministry?
  13. Do you believe that you can RECEIVE ministry in your chosen ministry position?  How can you accomplish this?
  14. How will you sit under great preaching in order to become a better preacher, be mentored by a great counselor in order to become a better counselor, and so forth?  Do you have the humility and the intentionality to do these things regularly?
  15. How will you best “help make people homesick for Heaven” in your ministry?
  16. Think about the markers of ministry success that GOD values.  What do you think He will want to see in your life and ministry as you become experienced in the practice of ministry?

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Based on the excel file below, please answer the questions. (3 pages will be enough) Analyze three shifts independently (view this problem as three separate problems, one for each shift). Basic requirement for final report: The main report should not exceed 8 pages in general. You can add appendices (to present the detailed results) if necessary, which has no page limit. The main report should at least include three parts: (1) introduction of the problem under investigation. You should rewrite the business problem using your own language. Be concise but also be sure to include all critical information. (2) describethe critical steps it takes to analyze the problem. No need to include all the details. For instance, you can use one or two examples to illustrate the calculation for each step. (3) clearly present and discuss your results. Make conclusionsaccordingly. Your results should be presented in a way such that your manager (without taking this class) can easily understand.

Based on the excel file below, please answer the questions. (3 pages will be enough)

Analyze three shifts independently (view this problem as three separate problems, one for each shift).

Basic requirement for final report:

The main report should not exceed 8 pages in general. You can add appendices (to present the detailed results) if necessary, which has no page limit.

The main report should at least include three parts: (1) introduction of the problem under investigation. You should rewrite the business problem using your own language. Be concise but also be sure to include all critical information. (2) describethe critical steps it takes to analyze the problem. No need to include all the details. For instance, you can use one or two examples to illustrate the calculation for each step. (3) clearly present and discuss your results. Make conclusionsaccordingly. Your results should be presented in a way such that your manager (without taking this class) can easily understand.

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Based on the excel file below, please answer the questions. (3 pages will be enough) Analyze three shifts independently (view this problem as three separate problems, one for each shift). Basic requirement for final report: The main report should not exceed 8 pages in general. You can add appendices (to present the detailed results) if necessary, which has no page limit. The main report should at least include three parts: (1) introduction of the problem under investigation. You should rewrite the business problem using your own language. Be concise but also be sure to include all critical information. (2) describethe critical steps it takes to analyze the problem. No need to include all the details. For instance, you can use one or two examples to illustrate the calculation for each step. (3) clearly present and discuss your results. Make conclusionsaccordingly. Your results should be presented in a way such that your manager (without taking this class) can easily understand.

Based on the excel file below, please answer the questions. (3 pages will be enough)

Analyze three shifts independently (view this problem as three separate problems, one for each shift).

Basic requirement for final report:

The main report should not exceed 8 pages in general. You can add appendices (to present the detailed results) if necessary, which has no page limit.

The main report should at least include three parts: (1) introduction of the problem under investigation. You should rewrite the business problem using your own language. Be concise but also be sure to include all critical information. (2) describethe critical steps it takes to analyze the problem. No need to include all the details. For instance, you can use one or two examples to illustrate the calculation for each step. (3) clearly present and discuss your results. Make conclusionsaccordingly. Your results should be presented in a way such that your manager (without taking this class) can easily understand.

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Purpose The concept of “educating for social reconstruction” speaks to the humanitarian side of the teaching profession. We live in a world engulfed in wars, disease, hunger, unemployment, substance abuse, homelessness, and global warming, to name a few of the problems that afflict people around the world. Instructions For this Assignment, you will write a paper on the subject of global education. Your paper should draw upon the ideas of philosophers like John Dewey (1916), Paolo Freire (1970), Henry Giroux (1981), and other academics who seek to improve the world through education. Focus on one of these topics for your paper: What reasons justify that we (American educators) should take a global view of education? Are there any reasons why we should NOT take this view? How does global education differ from “multicultural education” in both purpose and form? How does global education affect the methodologies that are present in our classrooms today? Do they support or diminish their effective influence on student achievement? How does a global view of education coincide with the academic expectations of No Child Left Behind (NCLB) for the education of all students? Is this legislation a threat to the idea of incorporating a global view of education within American schools today? Why or why not? Compared to the other pedagogical philosophies you have read and discussed in this course, how much support does global education have among today’s educators? Does today’s educator embrace all that a global education can offer to our students or have we completely taken on a 21st Century idealistic perspective of how education should look within our schools? You can use your Unit 2 Annotated Bibliography Assignment to start building an outline for the paper. The outline might look something like this: Introduction: Define and describe global education and give a brief summary of what this paper will be about. Body: This is where you will address the questions in the Assignment directions. This will be 6-8 pages and you will support your ideas with the sources you identified for your Annotated Bibliography. Conclusion: Wrap up your paper here. Discuss why the topic of global education is important in the 21stCentury. Remember that technology is a big factor in why schools should be concerned with globalization and teaching America’s children about other cultures and countries. Format Your paper should be 8-10 pages, including a title page and a reference page. Follow APA formatting and writing guidelines.

Purpose

The concept of “educating for social reconstruction” speaks to the humanitarian side of the teaching profession. We live in a world engulfed in wars, disease, hunger, unemployment, substance abuse, homelessness, and global warming, to name a few of the problems that afflict people around the world.

Instructions

For this Assignment, you will write a paper on the subject of global education. Your paper should draw upon the ideas of philosophers like John Dewey (1916), Paolo Freire (1970), Henry Giroux (1981), and other academics who seek to improve the world through education.

Focus on one of these topics for your paper:

  • What reasons justify that we (American educators) should take a global view of education? Are there any reasons why we should NOT take this view?
  • How does global education differ from “multicultural education” in both purpose and form?
  • How does global education affect the methodologies that are present in our classrooms today? Do they support or diminish their effective influence on student achievement?
  • How does a global view of education coincide with the academic expectations of No Child Left Behind (NCLB) for the education of all students? Is this legislation a threat to the idea of incorporating a global view of education within American schools today? Why or why not?
  • Compared to the other pedagogical philosophies you have read and discussed in this course, how much support does global education have among today’s educators? Does today’s educator embrace all that a global education can offer to our students or have we completely taken on a 21st Century idealistic perspective of how education should look within our schools?

You can use your Unit 2 Annotated Bibliography Assignment to start building an outline for the paper. The outline might look something like this:

    1. Introduction: Define and describe global education and give a brief summary of what this paper will be about.
    2. Body: This is where you will address the questions in the Assignment directions. This will be 6-8 pages and you will support your ideas with the sources you identified for your Annotated Bibliography.
    3. Conclusion: Wrap up your paper here. Discuss why the topic of global education is important in the 21stCentury. Remember that technology is a big factor in why schools should be concerned with globalization and teaching America’s children about other cultures and countries.

Format

Your paper should be 8-10 pages, including a title page and a reference page. Follow APA formatting and writing guidelines.

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Assignment 3: LASA 1: Whole Foods Market, Inc. and MyAccountingLab Review Whole Foods Market, Inc’s 2010 Annual report, company information and investor information(see the link: Whole Foods Market, Inc. Investor Relations in the webilography) and write a 5-7 page paper following APA guidelines which addresses the following: Summarize the company’s financial performance for 2010. Do you think they satisfied stockholder expectations? Why or why not? Explain three business risks or threats that might threaten Whole Foods ability to accomplish their financial goals for the next 3 years. Use examples and references to support your response. Describe three examples of control activities Whole Foods Market, Inc. could use to minimize these risks. What is your overall impression of Whole Foods Market, Inc.’s annual report? Is it a financial accounting document or a managerial accounting document? Who is the target audience? Did the annual report present a positive or negative image of the company? Provide support for your responses. Use the following file naming convention: LastnameFirstInitial_M3_A3.doc. For example, if your name is John Smith, your document will be named SmithJ_M3_A3.doc. By Wednesday, August 16, 2017, deliver your assignment to the M3: Assignment 3 Dropbox. Part II: MyAccountingLab: In each module of this course, you will complete textbook exercises and problems using MyAccountingLab. The exercises and problems in this assignment provide real-world examples that give you an opportunity to apply your knowledge of the concepts covered in prior modules. In this assignment, you will complete the following My Accounting Lab Post Tests: Chapter 14-B Post Test Chapter 16-B Post Test Click here to access MyAccountingLab You will be given the opportunity to take the post-tests a maximum of three times. You will have until Wednesday, August 16, 2017 to complete you final submission. Due to the ability to attempt this assignment multiple times, it is recommended that you complete your first attempt early in the module in order to provide yourself additional time to complete your second or third attempt if needed. Since this assignment reviews items covered in prior modules, it is also recommended that you review your prior MyAccountingLab assignments, as well as, any feedback provided by your instructor prior to completing Part II of this assignment. Assignment 3 Grading Criteria Maximum Points Part I Summarized the company’s financial performance in 2010 and explained if they met stockholder expectations. 16 Explained three business risks/threats which might threaten the company’s ability to accomplish their financial goals over the next three years. 16 Described three examples of control activities Whole Foods Market, Inc. could use to minimize these risks. 16 Described their overall impression of Whole Foods Market, Inc.’s annual report. 12 Style (8 points): Tone, audience, and word choice Organization (8 points): Introduction, transitions, and conclusion Usage and Mechanics (8 points): Grammar, spelling, and sentence structure APA Elements (20 points): In text citations and references, paraphrasing, and appropriate use of quotations and other elements of formatting 44 Part II Correct answers to Chapter 14-b Post Test 48 Correct answers to Chapter 16-b Post Test

Assignment 3: LASA 1: Whole Foods Market, Inc. and MyAccountingLab

Review Whole Foods Market, Inc’s 2010 Annual report, company information and investor information(see the link: Whole Foods Market, Inc. Investor Relations in the webilography) and write a 5-7 page paper following APA guidelines which addresses the following:

  1. Summarize the company’s financial performance for 2010. Do you think they satisfied stockholder expectations? Why or why not?
  2. Explain three business risks or threats that might threaten Whole Foods ability to accomplish their financial goals for the next 3 years. Use examples and references to support your response.
  3. Describe three examples of control activities Whole Foods Market, Inc. could use to minimize these risks.
  4. What is your overall impression of Whole Foods Market, Inc.’s annual report? Is it a financial accounting document or a managerial accounting document? Who is the target audience? Did the annual report present a positive or negative image of the company? Provide support for your responses.

Use the following file naming convention: LastnameFirstInitial_M3_A3.doc. For example, if your name is John Smith, your document will be named SmithJ_M3_A3.doc.

By Wednesday, August 16, 2017, deliver your assignment to the M3: Assignment 3 Dropbox.

Part II: MyAccountingLab:

In each module of this course, you will complete textbook exercises and problems using MyAccountingLab. The exercises and problems in this assignment provide real-world examples that give you an opportunity to apply your knowledge of the concepts covered in prior modules.

In this assignment, you will complete the following My Accounting Lab Post Tests:

  • Chapter 14-B Post Test
  • Chapter 16-B Post Test

Click here to access MyAccountingLab

You will be given the opportunity to take the post-tests a maximum of three times. You will have until Wednesday, August 16, 2017 to complete you final submission. Due to the ability to attempt this assignment multiple times, it is recommended that you complete your first attempt early in the module in order to provide yourself additional time to complete your second or third attempt if needed.   Since this assignment reviews items covered in prior modules, it is also recommended that you review your prior MyAccountingLab assignments, as well as, any feedback provided by your instructor prior to completing Part II of this assignment.

Assignment 3 Grading Criteria
Maximum Points
Part I
Summarized the company’s financial performance in 2010 and explained if they met stockholder expectations.
16
Explained three business risks/threats which might threaten the company’s ability to accomplish their financial goals over the next three years.
16
Described three examples of control activities Whole Foods Market, Inc. could use to minimize these risks.
16
Described their overall impression of Whole Foods Market, Inc.’s annual report.
12
Style (8 points): Tone, audience, and word choice

Organization (8 points): Introduction, transitions, and conclusion

Usage and Mechanics (8 points): Grammar, spelling, and sentence structure

APA Elements (20 points): In text citations and references, paraphrasing, and appropriate use of quotations and other elements of formatting

44
Part II
Correct answers to Chapter 14-b Post Test
48
Correct answers to Chapter 16-b Post Test

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Scenario: You have just started a new role as a Program Manager in a learning and development department. As you start to review the existing training manuals, you realize that an evaluation has never been done on any of the training. Choose a training program that you know well from your work experience. Create an evaluation model or rubric to assess the training program. Consider the Kirkpatrick evaluation model and other evaluation methodologies introduced in this week’s readings. Note: Refer to Ch. 28 through 32 of the ASTD Handbook for Workplace Learning Professionals in this week’s Electronic Reserve Readings for help with this assignment. Click the Assignment Files tab to submit the assignment.

Scenario: You have just started a new role as a Program Manager in a learning and development department. As you start to review the existing training manuals, you realize that an evaluation has never been done on any of the training.

Choose a training program that you know well from your work experience.

Create an evaluation model or rubric to assess the training program. Consider the Kirkpatrick evaluation model and other evaluation methodologies introduced in this week’s readings.

Note: Refer to Ch. 28 through 32 of the ASTD Handbook for Workplace Learning Professionals in this week’s Electronic Reserve Readings for help with this assignment.

Click the Assignment Files tab to submit the assignment.

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This assignment prepares you for the final Microsoft PowerPoint assignment in M5: Assignment 1. Throughout this course, you have learned to apply a variety of critical-thinking techniques to explore and assess contemporary issues. Often, you may get the best results using a multistep process that provides adequate time to think, write, research, and rewrite. For this assignment, you will review the article by Peter Singer titled “America’s Shame,” which you will also use in M5: Assignment 1. Using the Argosy University online library resources, review the article by Peter Singer. •Singer, P. (2009). America’s shame. The Chronicle of Higher Education, 55(27), B6–B10. (EBSCO AN 37137370) http://search.proquest.com.libproxy.edmc.edu/docview/ 214643086?accountid=34899 Complete the following: •Record and describe six of your initial impressions of the article in a journal format. •Critically analyze each of these impressions and determine if they are value based, or fact based. Record these as part of your journal notes. Do note that you will use these points for M5: Assignment 1. •Support your statements with examples and appropriate scholarly references. You can use the Cornell Note-taking tools to complete this assignment. This tool has been widely used to systematically format and organize notes. Review this document to see how it works. Download and review the blank Cornell Notes Template. Write a 600–800-word paper in Word format. You may write your paper in standard essay format or by completing the Cornell Notes Template. Apply APA standards to citation of sources. Use the following file naming convention: LastnameFirstInitial_M4_A2.doc.

This assignment prepares you for the final Microsoft PowerPoint assignment in M5: Assignment 1. Throughout this course, you have learned to apply a variety of critical-thinking techniques to explore and assess contemporary issues.

Often, you may get the best results using a multistep process that provides adequate time to think, write, research, and rewrite. For this assignment, you will review the article by Peter Singer titled “America’s Shame,” which you will also use in M5: Assignment 1.

Using the Argosy University online library resources, review the article by Peter Singer. •Singer, P. (2009). America’s shame. The Chronicle of Higher Education, 55(27), B6–B10. (EBSCO AN 37137370) http://search.proquest.com.libproxy.edmc.edu/docview/ 214643086?accountid=34899

Complete the following: •Record and describe six of your initial impressions of the article in a journal format. •Critically analyze each of these impressions and determine if they are value based, or fact based. Record these as part of your journal notes. Do note that you will use these points for M5: Assignment 1. •Support your statements with examples and appropriate scholarly references.

You can use the Cornell Note-taking tools to complete this assignment. This tool has been widely used to systematically format and organize notes. Review this document to see how it works.

Download and review the blank Cornell Notes Template.

Write a 600–800-word paper in Word format. You may write your paper in standard essay format or by completing the Cornell Notes Template. Apply APA standards to citation of sources. Use the following file naming convention: LastnameFirstInitial_M4_A2.doc.

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IEP stands for individualized education program. It’s written for a child with a disability that is developed, reviewed, and revised in a meeting in keeping with certain requirements of law and regulations. It is made to set annual goals and to state the special education and related services and supplementary aids and services that the public agency will provide to, or on behalf of, the child. Each IEP has the following sections: Present levels which determine how well the student is doing currently in class. Annual goals which are set based on the child’s needs. Benchmark or short term objectives which are required only for children with disabilities who take alternate assessments aligned to alternate achievement standards Measuring and reporting progress determines how progress towards annual goals will be measured Special Education states the special education that will be provided to the child Related services are areas where the child may need extra help Supplementary Aids and Services aid in a child’s performance Program Modifications for School Personnel includes modifiers that can/will be provided Extent of Non-Participation includes explanation of the extent to which the child will not participate with nondisabled children in the regular class and in other school settings and activities Accommodations in Assessment deals with students having to take assessments and whether or not the IEP team thinks the student needs accommodations Service Delivery determines when the child when will receive services Transition Planning determines designing plans to transition to post-secondary school Age of Majority deals with a statement that the student has been told about the rights (if any) that will transfer to him or her at age of majority The family plays a big role in the IEP process. They would need to be present in every meeting to make sure that their students’ needs are being met. They also need to be apart of helping create the IEP. They should be able to monitor progress with their child throughout the year.

IEP stands for individualized education program. It’s written for a child with a disability that is developed, reviewed, and revised in a meeting in keeping with certain requirements of law and regulations. It is made to set annual goals and to state the special education and related services and supplementary aids and services that the public agency will provide to, or on behalf of, the child. Each IEP has the following sections:

Present levels which determine how well the student is doing currently in class. Annual goals which are set based on the child’s needs. Benchmark or short term objectives which are required only for children with disabilities who take alternate assessments aligned to alternate achievement standards Measuring and reporting progress determines how progress towards annual goals will be measured Special Education states the special education that will be provided to the child Related services are areas where the child may need extra help Supplementary Aids and Services aid in a child’s performance Program Modifications for School Personnel includes modifiers that can/will be provided Extent of Non-Participation includes explanation of the extent to which the child will not participate with nondisabled children in the regular class and in other school settings and activities Accommodations in Assessment deals with students having to take assessments and whether or not the IEP team thinks the student needs accommodations Service Delivery determines when the child when will receive services Transition Planning determines designing plans to transition to post-secondary school Age of Majority deals with a statement that the student has been told about the rights (if any) that will transfer to him or her at age of majority The family plays a big role in the IEP process. They would need to be present in every meeting to make sure that their students’ needs are being met. They also need to be apart of helping create the IEP. They should be able to monitor progress with their child throughout the year.

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Assignment 2: Dropbox Assignment Course Project: Part 5—Final Submission This week, you will finalize your course project and host it online. To finalize your project, complete the following tasks: Insert keywords, a title, and description to make each page ready to upload. Add a disclaimer to the bottom of each page stating that this is an educational project and no real travel is offered. Visit websites of companies that provide web hosting services. Compare their services and select one that suits your website’s requirements. Register a domain name and book space on a server. Find a form-processing solution to make your contact page functional. It should send Express Holidays (you) the information submitted in the form by e-mail or store it in a database that you can access. Upload the completed website on the server. Review and test the website for functionality, language, design, programming, and display issues. You should test the website on at least two browsers, such as IE and Mozilla Firefox, to ensure that it does not contain any display or functionality errors. Create a plan for the update and maintenance of your website. In a Microsoft Word document, share the following: The URL of your uploaded website The maintenance plan you created for your website The details of the form-processing solution that you found and an example of its results. (You can complete and submit the form yourself for this.) The details of the testing you performed on your website, including the browsers chosen and any errors detected and corrected. You should retain your website files for your portfolio and use later throughout your program. Cite any sources in APA format. Submission Details Name your document SU_ITS2111_W5_A2_LastName_FirstInitial.doc. Assignment 2 Grading Criteria Maximum Points Inserted a title and meta information for each page in the website. 30 Registered a domain name for the website and provided a working URL. Uploaded the website successfully. 50 Linked the pages, images, and media elements correctly. Added a disclaimer to each page. 50 Implemented a form-processing solution. 20 Included a maintenance plan for the website in the report. 30 Included the testing done for the website in the report and uploaded the complete website in a zipped folder. 30 Written components.

Assignment 2: Dropbox Assignment

Course Project: Part 5—Final Submission

This week, you will finalize your course project and host it online. To finalize your project, complete the following tasks:

  • Insert keywords, a title, and description to make each page ready to upload.
  • Add a disclaimer to the bottom of each page stating that this is an educational project and no real travel is offered.
  • Visit websites of companies that provide web hosting services. Compare their services and select one that suits your website’s requirements. Register a domain name and book space on a server.
  • Find a form-processing solution to make your contact page functional. It should send Express Holidays (you) the information submitted in the form by e-mail or store it in a database that you can access.
  • Upload the completed website on the server.
  • Review and test the website for functionality, language, design, programming, and display issues. You should test the website on at least two browsers, such as IE and Mozilla Firefox, to ensure that it does not contain any display or functionality errors.
  • Create a plan for the update and maintenance of your website.

In a Microsoft Word document, share the following:

  • The URL of your uploaded website
  • The maintenance plan you created for your website
  • The details of the form-processing solution that you found and an example of its results. (You can complete and submit the form yourself for this.)
  • The details of the testing you performed on your website, including the browsers chosen and any errors detected and corrected.

You should retain your website files for your portfolio and use later throughout your program.

Cite any sources in APA format.

Submission Details

Name your document SU_ITS2111_W5_A2_LastName_FirstInitial.doc.

Assignment 2 Grading Criteria Maximum Points
Inserted a title and meta information for each page in the website. 30
Registered a domain name for the website and provided a working URL. Uploaded the website successfully. 50
Linked the pages, images, and media elements correctly. Added a disclaimer to each page. 50
Implemented a form-processing solution. 20
Included a maintenance plan for the website in the report. 30
Included the testing done for the website in the report and uploaded the complete website in a zipped folder. 30
Written components.

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Question description Submit a 5 page paper evaluating business ethics within the context of positive social change. Your evaluation should address the following: What are the essential details of the event, and what do you see as the causes of the crisis and/or negative impact to society? Where do you see failures in corporate governance? What caused the failures in the ethical culture and climate of the company? What ethical policy might prevent this scenario from occurring in the future? If you were a leader within this company, what choices would you have made differently to effect positive social change? Note: Be sure to use the APA Course Paper Template (6th ed.) Consider how a strategic decision can negatively impact social change and how infusing ethics into business strategy can help prevent crises.

Question description

Submit a 5 page paper evaluating business ethics within the context of positive social change. Your evaluation should address the following:

  • What are the essential details of the event, and what do you see as the causes of the crisis and/or negative impact to society?
  • Where do you see failures in corporate governance?
  • What caused the failures in the ethical culture and climate of the company?
  • What ethical policy might prevent this scenario from occurring in the future?
  • If you were a leader within this company, what choices would you have made differently to effect positive social change?

Note: Be sure to use the APA Course Paper Template (6th ed.)

Consider how a strategic decision can negatively impact social change and how infusing ethics into business strategy can help prevent crises.

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