Critical Response #6: Managing Ethics.
Using the four guidelines for effective ethics management discussed in the article Managing to Be Ethical, what advice would you give Miami as to how they could minimize the likelihood of academic misconduct?
Surface level responses will not be acceptable. The responses should serve as evidence that you have thought seriously about the question and topic. Many of the questions will ask you to apply a concept from your reading. Your responses should reflect that you have done your studying and reading before attempting to answer the question. While there are not necessarily right or wrong answers to these questions, your response should clearly reflect that you have completed your reading and have given critical consideration to the question being posed.
It is your responsibility to complete and submit these assignments by the due date and time. CRQ responses will be evaluated for quality and depth of response. Please read these guidelines carefullythey detail the expectations for the CRQs:
Your responses to these questions should be approximately two typed pages (12 pt font, single spaced). Your responses should be submitted on Canvas by 11:59 pm on the due date. The short length should not be confused with lack of depth. It is more challenging to write in a focused, direct manner.
Evaluation: The CRQ responses will be based on the following method:
Each response will be given a score out of 10 points, dependent on quality. Entries that are merely an opinion or experience not supported or connected to the readings, or entries that suggest the reading has not be done will not be eligible for a score higher than a 6. Management and leadership is a scientific field, and while there is a place for opinion, the purpose of these responses is to compose responses based on a combination of reading, research, and your own assessment. To receive a score of 7/10, at minimum the response must show a knowledge of the assigned reading. To earn an above average score (8-10), you must demonstrate critical thinking about the question that is reflective of understanding the readings, but also being able to assess and integrate them in a meaningful and insightful way.