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Complete the interactive Ethics Game simulation, located on the course page on the University of Phoenix Student Web site for Week Three. You will be able to go through the simulation only one time, so please use this worksheet to take notes.

The simulation will use the following decision model with the indicated critical decision points. You will want to take notes about your decisions and/or make a copy of the screen when you complete the work to assure that you have the information needed to write your reflection at the end of the simulation.

The Case of Fair Warning
Step 1:
Be Attentive What is the issue? Screen
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Your notes:

Step 2
Be Intelligent Who are the stakeholders? Screen
6
Your notes:

Step 3a:
Be Reasonable Rights/Responsibility Lens
-Identify duties
Which option best fulfills the requirements of this lens? Screens
8-10
Your notes: Step 3b:
Be Reasonable Results Lens
-Determine impact on stakeholders
-Determine values of stakeholders
-Determine criteria for happiness
Which option best fulfills the requirements of this lens? Screens
12-17

Your notes: Step 3:
Be Responsible Which option that best reflects your core values in this situation? Screen
19
Your notes:

Step 4:
Be Reflective Write a memo that explains your choice and modifies the decision in a way that reflects your core values and your notion of the best solution to the problem. Screen
20
Your notes:

The Case of Stringent Standards
Step 1:
Be Attentive What is the issue? Screen
25
Your notes:

Step 2
Be Intelligent Who are the stakeholders? Screen
27
Your notes:

Step 3a:
Be Reasonable Relationship Lens
-Identify basic rights
-Choose process for basic liberties
Which option best fulfills the requirements…...

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