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    Value Alignment for Existing Organizations

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    Select an existing organization with which you are familiar with and write a 700 word paper in which you analyze the individual values and the organization's values as reflected by the organizations plans and actions. In your paper be sure to include the following:
    o Analyze the origin(s) and subsequent evolution of your personal and workplace values.
    o Explain how your individual values drive your actions and behaviors, and analyze the alignment between your values and actions and behaviors.
    o Analyze the degree of alignment between the organization's stated values and the organization's actual plans and actions.
    o Explain the differences and analyze the degree of alignment between your values and the organization's values as reflected by the organization's plans and actions.

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    Select an existing organization with which you are familiar with and write a 700 word paper in which you analyze the individual values and the organization's values as reflected by the organizations plans and actions. In your paper be sure to include the following:
    • Analyze the origin(s) and subsequent evolution of your personal and workplace values.

    Values are meaningful beliefs that assist individuals in making decisions on a daily basis whether we are aware of them or not. Values are developed at an early childhood stage and change over time. Everyone's values are unique and different but they can be influenced by others or society as a whole. For example, what might be acceptable to you is not acceptable for me. Some values are considered very important while others are not. You might believe that success is important and as a result everything you do is geared towards accomplishing the goal at hand. However, you might feel that honesty is less important and wouldn't mind lying once in a while if it would benefit you in being successful.

    • Explain how your individual values drive your actions and behaviors, and analyze the alignment between your values and actions and behaviors.

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