Global Warming and Its Ethical Dilemma

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CENTENNIAL COLLEGE

ASSIGNMENT
GNED 212-062

MAHIP CHOTALIA
300631935

PART 1: EXPLANATION OF THE 7 STEP MODEL 1. Get the facts 2. Identify the stakeholders and their positions 3. Consider the consequences of your decision 4. weigh various guidelines and principles 5. develop and evaluate options 6. Review your decision 7. Evaluate the results of your decision
Detail research of the option available to take the decision and the outcomes of that decision is the seven-step decision-making model. After selecting the information that is analyze, decision makers will team up by presenting personal data about the information. Any decision making model used will start with analyzing the problem that makes a decision making process required. The Seven-Step Decision-Making Model promoted by Rick Roberts of the University of North Florida career services includes analyze the decision to be made, self-assessment, analyzing any options. It suggests having as much knowledge involving the decision as possible, so it points at more involvement for everyone in decision-making.
A decision maker should have the following qualities. * A good possession of details. * Relationship-maker * Result-oriented * Decisive intellectualist * Authentic.
PART 2: ETHICAL DILEMMAS:
Step 1: Get the facts * Fact 1: Dilemma #1: I am network administrator in a company and I find the email from my friend’s wife’s lover to her. * Fact 2: Dilemma #2: My car hits a person and I killed him. While another woman thinks that she caused this accident and killed the person.
Step 2: Identify the stakeholders and their positions * Stakeholder 1 and position: My friend’s wife is stakeholder and if I inform my friend about that email then she will get problem in her married life. * Stakeholder 2 and position: Another accident at the same place of accident is stakeholder and position is that if I let the woman to take the whole

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