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    communication and action Develop strategies for leading the organization toward crisis recovery and renewal Apply strategies for communicating a message to neutralize risk or scandal Evaluate ethical demands of the leader during crisis situations Apply crisis communication theory to real world crisis situations Create opportunities for positive messaging in the midst of crisis in order to support the organization its people and its brand PreRequisites None Textbook s Effective crisis

    Original URL path: http://www.waldorf.edu/waldorf/courseinformation/courseinformation.aspx?coursenum=COM%205360 (2016-02-13)
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    governance Compare and contrast different strategic models Analyze the processes for formulating corporate strategy Explain how the evolvement of the Internet impacts corporations based on the seven current world wide trends it influences Evaluate methods that impact strategy implementation such as staffing directing and organizing PreRequisites None Textbook s Concepts in strategic management and business policy Globalization innovation and sustainability Rev 14 Publisher Pearson 2015 Author Wheelen T L Hunger

    Original URL path: http://www.waldorf.edu/waldorf/courseinformation/courseinformation.aspx?coursenum=ORG%205101 (2016-02-13)
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    the business climate Summarize how moral philosophies on a corporate and individual level influence ethical decision making in business Analyze the influence of corporate culture including leadership power and motivation on business ethics in the workplace Explain the pressures that influence ethical decision making in the organization Evaluate the need for ethical standards codes of ethics and practices in business Assess the auditing process to assure ethical practices are being

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    group behavior and strategic completion of work assignments Objectives Examine the nuances of individual and organizational behavior Analyze the behavioral characteristics of individual project team members Evaluate individual behavior as a component of team behavior Explore the dynamics of project teams Describe the process of leadership when leading project teams Discuss conflict management and negotiation strategies Compare the advantages and disadvantages of various organizational structures Assess strategies to manage organizational

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    budgetary theory to practice create and oversee public sector fiscal processes Students will evaluate a real budget and identify important budget items that public managers must consider in preparation and presentation of a budget The usefulness of finance and budgeting theoretical constructs and methodological tools will be applied to solve real world public finance and budgetary case studies Objectives Discover how historical and contemporary budgetary and finance theory apply to real world public administration issues and problems Discuss the role of key actors in the budget process at the federal state and local levels including their ethical implications Compare and contrast budgetary and financial management practices at the federal state and local levels including budget strategies such as cost benefit analysis which is used by public managers Evaluate how political factors influence and determine budgetary and financial management practice in the public context Evaluate a budget paying particular attention to essential and important items in a budget Elaborate on how citizens can become involved in and influence the budgetary process Explain how the absences of sound budgetary practice can negatively impact and potentially doom public agencies PreRequisites None Textbook s Public finance A contemporary application of theory to policy Rev

    Original URL path: http://www.waldorf.edu/waldorf/courseinformation/courseinformation.aspx?coursenum=PA%205305 (2016-02-13)
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    as evaluate techniques within various public sectors and nonprofit organization environments This course allows students to implement successful strategies using case analysis and demonstrate understanding of the policy steps as students apply them to a public policy moving through their state city or county legislature or policy regulation within a public agency Objectives Examine the policy environment and individuals involved in the policy process Evaluate the major stages in the public policy process and application to public administration Compare and contrast administrative politics and policy making Analyze the methodological problems in the study of public policy making that are presented in scenarios or cases Distinguish among the theories of policy decision making and decision criteria useful to public managers Defend the relationship between public policy and budgeting Describe the future alternatives for reforming the relationships of government and the economy Interpret the causes of poverty and the policy implications of the debate over the meaning of poverty Analyze education and healthcare policies and their impact on the future of policymaking Evaluate the policy implications of the debates about becoming a global world PreRequisites None Textbook s Policy analysis Concepts and practice Rev 5 Publisher Longman 2011 Author Weimer D L

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    regulatory and consensus standards setting organizations Illustrate how the concepts of exposure assessment the hierarchy of controls workplace monitoring and medical surveillance are used to prevent occupational injuries and illnesses Recommend action strategies to correct common workplace hazards Apply the principles of risk assessment and hazard analyses as they relate to industrial hazards Apply appropriate management tools necessary for the successful development implementation and support of decision making for OSH

    Original URL path: http://www.waldorf.edu/waldorf/courseinformation/courseinformation.aspx?coursenum=OSH%203001 (2016-02-13)
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    an effective safety management system Recognize the importance of clear assignment of safety responsibilities Establish safety accountability and develop related performance measures Describe the components of a hazard prevention and control system Explain various incident causation theories and use these theories to conduct an incident investigation Identify safety and health training needs Apply continuous improvement principles to safety management concepts Assess the effectiveness of an existing safety management system Apply

    Original URL path: http://www.waldorf.edu/waldorf/courseinformation/courseinformation.aspx?coursenum=OSH%203651 (2016-02-13)
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