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Nash's 12 Questions
Terms in this set (12)
1. Have you defined the problem accurately?
Assemble the facts
2. How would you define the problem if you stood on the other side?
Change your point of view
3. How did this situation occur in the frist place?
Separates symtoms vs disease
4. To whom and to what do you give your loyalties as a person or group and as a member of the organization?
Clarify your values
5. What is our intention on making this decision?
Know what you want your outcome to be
6. How does this intention compare with the likely result?
Outcome reflect motive?
7. Whom could your decision or action injure?
This may change your plan of action
8. Can you engage the affected parties in a discussion of the problem before you make your decision?
You can understand how your actions will affect them
9. Are you confident that your postion will be a valid one over a long period of time as it seems now?
Could you end up looking dumb?
10. Could your disclose without qualm your decision or action to your boss, your CEO, the board of directors, your family or society?
If you don't want to disclose then you should reevaluate your decision.
11. What is the symbolic potential of your action if understood? Misunderstood?
What you intend may not be what people see
12. Under what conditions would you allow exceptions to your stand?
Will you have moral consistency?
THIS SET IS OFTEN IN FOLDERS WITH...
Bad Leadership types
Johnson Chapters 5 & 6
Kidder's Ethical Check Points
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