1) Determine the Facts:
-Be sure to touch upon multiple concrete details
2) List all possible Ethical Issues Involved
-Elaborate on why the situation is ethical or not.
3) Delineate (and/or create) Alternative Courses of Actions
-Multiple actions on how to go about the situation should be described, DIFFERENT than the action that was actually taken.
-Three created alternatives.
-Don’t forget about a wild (creative) scenario
4) Assess How the Alternatives Will Affect the Stakeholders
-Be sure to address EACH situation you describe for EACH stakeholder
Elaborate how/why each of them is affected
5) Seek Guidance
-Then include how this advice would help improve your action/decision.
6) Make A Decision; Act; Monitor the Outcomes
-Be sure to state what your decision is.
-Why is your decision ethical?
-Who is your decision going to affect and how?
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