Debating the question, "Must a set of values be prescribed by the state or federal government and taught in schools or must the teaching of values be the responsibility of the families?"
Taking the negative stance that the State or Federal Government SHOULD NOT be the one setting values nor prescribing it but it should be the sole responsibility of the individual families to set values to their own children.
In relation to the above, please assist with addressing the following: State the disadvantages of making a change (Cost, Reckless, No benefit).
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One disadvantage of making a change in which the state or federal government would be the one setting values would be the fact that it would be a very costly endeavor due to the fact that teaching values in schools would require additional pamphlets, handouts, books, etc., which will cost the taxpayers additional money which can be spent in more effective ways. In addition, the values that ...
Policy Making - Politically Competent & Good Corporate Citizenship
Senior executives from a variety of organizations are often called to testify about health policy issues. It is in the organization's best interest if these executives are both politically competent and good corporate citizens.
1. In general terms, what knowledge, skills, and individual behaviors must an executive have to be politically competent and to be good corporate citizens?
2. Think about the witness whose testimony you summarized for the group project. Did he or she demonstrate political competence? Explain.
3. Think about a particular healthcare organization's corporate citizenship. How would you describe it (e.g., "good," "average," or "poor")? What did the organization do (or not do) to achieve this level of corporate citizenship?View Full Posting Details