Formal Analysis of Organizational Policy Philip Boyle, Ph.D. Vice President, Mission & Ethics www.CHE.ORG/ETHICS. Policy & Moral Agency. Expresses will of organization How to examine policy from an OE perspective Values-based Decision-making The Case of Resources.
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Philip Boyle, Ph.D.
Mission & Ethics
Expresses will of organization
How to examine policy from an OE perspective
The Case of Resources
Informal—examines real practices
Jane, environmental services employee for 30 days
Tells Alice, the mission leader she will receive LPN in 6 months
Jane likes her co-workers
Jane applies to be a nurses aid
RN recruiter states there have been exceptions to the policy that prohibits new employees from changing positions until the 90-day probationary period has been completed.
Alice thinks there is a problem, but she is unsure how to name it.
What kind of problem is this?
Whose problem is this?
Why make policy?
2. Determine primary and secondary communities of concern and their interests.
3. Pinpoint and gather needed information and data.
4. Identify key moral commitments and values, as well as conflicts among them.
5. Establish priorities among commitments and values.
6. Develop options that support the priorities.
7. In silence reflect and then listen to viewpoints.
8. Gain consensus on decision.
Assign accountabilities to specific persons for each component to be realized.