Interactive Ethicsgame Simulation Analysis

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University of Phoenix Material EthicsGame Simulation Worksheet Student Name: _________________________ Facilitator: _________________________ Complete the interactive EthicsGame simulation, located on the University of Phoenix student website for Week Five. Note. You can only go through the simulation once, so please use this worksheet to take notes. The simulation uses the following decision model with the indicated critical decision points. Take notes about your decisions or make a copy of the screen when you complete the work to ensure you have the information needed to write your reflection at the end of the simulation. The Mysterious Roses Step 1: Be attentive. What is the issue? Screen 4 Notes: How to answer Gayle's…show more content…
(Correct) This knowledge would also be a basic right. Research goes through a process of review and critique. Many operations folks demand that we put processes in place for almost everything. While keeping track of details in an organization is easier with processes in place, the processes also assure that everyone knows what to expect in a given situation. Right to know criteria for excellence in research. (Correct) This right is a little more difficult to define. Because “excellence” has both objective and subjective criteria, personal preference may keep the list of criteria from being as specific as we would like. However, those who are doing evaluations should work to make the criteria as specific and clear as possible so people can make choices about how to shape their own work. Right for key people to be protected so that work is done effectively. (Incorrect) No one has a right to be protected in the workplace. In the name of transparency, people have tasks to accomplish. Each person is responsible for managing his or her own time to assure that the work is done effectively. Right to have the criteria for credibility met by authors of…show more content…
Contracts give obligations to both people in the agreement. Right to anonymity when wrong-doing is being exposed. (Incorrect) The United States Constitution gives us the right to confront those who accuse us of wrong-doing. Many are afraid to come forward because of fears of reprisals or punishment. Balancing the need to expose wrong-doing with the need to protect “whistleblowers” requires wisdom. Protection is not a basic right. Right to feel protected as one does one's work. (Incorrect) No one can guarantee—or is responsible—for how we feel. We are responsible for noticing and monitoring our own emotions. Right to make sure that opportunities for lawsuits are minimized. (Incorrect) Because the legal process can be both properly used as well as abused, operating from a place of protection is not useful. We cannot guarantee what people will or will not do. Right to expect that processes will be followed. (Correct) While John Rawls did not put the basic rights in terms of contracts, a published process is a contract with those who are affected. Because knowledge is power, we have a right to both know what the processes are as well as to expect that those processes will be

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