2281 Words Feb 5th, 2014 10 Pages
Danyelle Dashiell

Ethics is a principle main idea of what is right and what is wrong. It has everything to do with your morality and how you conduct yourself. It answers the question of “What do I do?” in many situations that we face. By using ethics, we categorize our values in life and pursue them. In life, this is an important element that we, as a society, base our decisions upon because it is our means of deciding which course of action to take. With developing an ethical standard in our life, we are able to organize goals and actions to accomplish our most important values. Any flaws that we do have in our ethics can reduce our ability to be successful in our endeavors.

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Our values are what are important in life and a key component in ethics. They are instilled within us based on what we learn or experience in life. Without values we can’t make proper decisions, nor attain goals in doing so. We set ourselves up for failure when we act upon a situation without regarding our values. Ethics plays a huge part in my life when I make decisions. The decisions that I make in life not only affects me, but can affect someone else that’s why it is important for me to act ethically upon any situation. From this, I gain respect from people because they know that since I act ethically in a situation, I possess strong values. When people see that you possess these traits they look up to you as a person with moral standards. When you have moral standards you are able to act upon situations using the values that have been instilled within you over the years. This all becomes apart of your moral philosophy in determining what is right and what is wrong.

Strategic planning is an organization’s process of defining its strategy, or direction, and making decisions on allocating resources to pursue this strategy. In order to determine the direction of an organization, it is necessary to understand its current position and what paths through which it can pursue a particular course of action. The process of strategic planning deals with some important questions such as, “What do we do?” “For whom do we do it?” and “How do we go

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