Police Administrators
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...ADMINISTRATORS AS POLITICIANS Police Administrators Police administrators have a responsibility of ensuring that crime is combated in the society. In all these they are answerable to the community in relation to security and crime issues. When police officers walk a fine line as politicians, there are many problems and pitfalls that result. This includes conflict of interest on the part of police administrators. This results in police administrators engaging in corrupt practices in order to survive in the political arena. The entire community actually ends up losing their trust in police administrators. Introduction Police administrators in the recent past have... Running head: POLICE...
Managing Database Administrators
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...Administrators Management refers to the conceptof controlling behavior of people and motivating them to bring improvement in their performances. Managers not only manage and control their employees according to the company’s employee management policy but also help them achieve their tasks in an appropriate manner. “Managers should have a good understanding of the roles and responsibilities of those they manage” (Larabie). Managers develop a supportive and kind relationship with the employees and encourage them to work hard to achieve organizational goals and objectives. Successful Achievement of the goals is dependent on the working relationship... ?[Your full full December 06, Managing Database...
Responsibilities of Public Administrators
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...Administrators Responsibilities of Public Administrators It is unjustified to terminate another person’s life based on unsubstantiated accusations. It is important for the public to know the protocols through which alleged terrorists can access justice. Even though it is the duty of the public administrators to protect the nation, it is also proper to define a balance between the rights of the populace and their responsibilities as administrators. The case presented against the executive authority of the US for failure to observe due process was justified. The excerpt outlines that the federal court judge ruled in favor of the authorities but not because of a clear verdict... Responsibilities of Public...
Budgeting for Public Administrators
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...administrators to effectively use it for the purpose of running successful governance. Further it tries to analyze the reasons for the current failure of proper financial planning especially post global financial crisis. Study of both theoretical and practical aspects of Municipal Budget making is undertaken with relevant examples occurring in the current financial Budget in some of the Municipalities. This has been done to carefully analyze the current aspects of Budgeting... ? The paper is an effort to study and assess the relevance of proper financial Budget in different constituencies and the purpose of a budget plan and how to make it effective for the benefit of the public as well as the public...
Writing for Criminal Justice Administrators
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...Administrators Assignment An Official Memorandum Addressed To a Superior David Hill, Human Resource Manager Alvin Richardson, Welfare Representative DATE: 15 February 2013 SUBJECT: Adoption of a 12 Hour Day Work Shift A few days ago, the company suggested that cost of management be decreased, and productivity be increased. Among the suggestions given was the adoption of a 12-hour day work shift. Other than cost management and productivity, it was the view of the company that workers get more resting days in a week. In other words, the company is adopting compressed workweeks. An explanation of compressed workweeks will be given and how they will affect the company... Writing for Criminal Justice...
LTC Administrators and Alzheimers's Disease.
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...Administrators and Alzheimer’s disease Alzheimer’s is fast becoming a global pandemic as more individuals over the ageof sixty-five are contracting it. It is a gradually progressive brain disease that gradually affects cognitive thinking as well as memory. Alzheimer’s is the most common form of dementia. Dementia is a term that is used to refer to memory loss (Anne & Cindy, 2013). Individuals affected by Alzheimer’s are dependent on other people for their day-to-day needs as well care.. This essay will discuss the reasons for the growing number of people affected Alzheimer’s as well as the ethical and programmatic issues that these long-term care...
Characteristics of Highly Effective School Administrators
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...administrators Managing a school involves interactions with diversified stakeholders, each category having different behavioral characteristics from others. Leadership potentials facilitate management of the stakeholders and distinguish highly effective administrators from ineffective ones. This paper outlines characteristics of highly effective school administrators. Political leadership that involves effective and proactive communication potentials, responsiveness, and ability to garner support is one of the characteristics of an effective administrator. An effective school administrator must be able to communicate goals and vision of his/her institution... Characteristics of effective school...
DBMS I - The Role of Database Administrators
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...ADMINISTRATOR The Role of Database Administrator Affiliation Without a doubt, the majority of business organizations heavily depends on digital information and technological data resources. In fact, they run and compete in this ever-increasing competitive world on the basis of data and information. In this scenario, they use databases to store and manage this huge amount of data. In addition, managing databases is a necessary job for every business which deals with the processes of storing, controlling or distribution of data. In this scenario, extremely qualified and skillful professionals known as database administrators are required to carry out this task. Additionally... THE ROLE OF DATABASE...
Administrators role as a supervisor and motivator
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...Administrators role as a supervisor and motivator Administration is the process of coordinating many, often conflicting, social energies in a single organism so adroitly that they shall operate as a unity. This presupposes the power of recognizing a series of relations between numerous special social interests, with all of which no single man can be intimately acquainted. Probably no very highly specialized class can be strong in this intellectual quality because of the intellectual isolation incident to specialization; and yet administration or generalization is not only the faculty upon which social stability rests, but is, possibly, the...
Administrators role as a supervisor and motivator
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...Administrators role as a supervisor and motivator Administration is the process of coordinating many, often conflicting, social energies in a single organism so adroitly that they shall operate as a unity. This presupposes the power of recognizing a series of relations between numerous special social interests, with all of which no single man can be intimately acquainted. Probably no very highly specialized class can be strong in this intellectual quality because of the intellectual isolation incident to specialization; and yet administration or generalization is not only the faculty upon which social stability rests, but is, possibly, the...
Limist of data indicatiors for pupblic administrators
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...Administrators Introduction: We are working in the governmental sector in Abu Dhabi and are concerned about internal security due to political unrest in the region. Hence, we are worried about snowballing effects that may cause turmoil to our political status. An investigation and analysis report is needed to discover the underlying causes of the political unrest. Our initial assumptions were that the fundamentals of the political unrest are corruption in government, the rate of freedom, and levels of unemployment, specifically pertaining to young men. Transparency International defines corruption as “the abuse of entrusted power for private gain."1 On the other... ? Limits of Data Indicators for Public...
Why we suspend: teachers and administrators perspectives on student
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...Administrators’ Perspectives on What Am I Interested In and Why? Assessment and Grading Systems are devised to be as objective as can be to be a real basis of a student’s performance in school. Teachers and administrators are trained and advised to keep their personal feelings about their students. They are trained to be objective. However, as human beings, teachers and administrators also possess their own perception about people and things around them. These perceptions may be positive or negative, and they could be helpful or harmful to the school system. Some of these perceptions are obvious to the teacher or administrators themselves, and to the students they deal... Why We Suspend: Teachers’ and...
Health Care Administrators Stakeholders Compare and Contrast Essay
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...administration among stakeholders Health care administration is a very crucial aspect in ensuring that the community benefits from quality hospital services (Edwards, 2010). For any health care facility to thrive in satisfying the consumers, its leaders (the health care administration) have to be at the forefront of all its strategic visions. Essentially, health administration acts as the focal point to the day-to-day operations of a hospital or health care facility (Birk, 2010). This paper therefore aims to provide a thorough comparison and contrast of health care administration among stakeholders. Health care entails provision of health services to human beings... ? Competing vision of health care...
Ethical and legal duties of health care administrators
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...administrators "Appearance May Not Be Reality" is one of the many scenarios that healthcare facilities may take advantage of ‘small issues’ yet endangering to our welfare. Healthcare facilities are responsible for many people’s well-being and in some cases, they represent the choice between life and death, because of this, it is expected that they be held with highest standards of integrity and ethics (ACHE, 2011). It is unfortunate that in the case of "Appearance May Not Be Reality", the Jones family could be endangering their family’s well-being unknowing due to some of the unethical practices portrayed by General Hospital staff (Pozgar, 2012). Providing... Ethical and legal duties of health care...
Ceilings, Administrators, and Women: Examining Glass Ceiling Effects in Historically Black Colleges and Universities
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...Administrators, and Women: Examining Glass Ceiling Effects in Historically Black Colleges and Universities Abstract The education system as a whole has moved forward and made tremendous progress, yet despite the progress of Americans, women continue to be confronted by barriers and challenges that suppress their upward mobility in administration. This paper examines the various roadblocks experienced by women employed in historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs) in Georgia. An analysis of HBCUs is integral because these institutions are known to be purveyors of rights of minorities. The perceived presence of glass ceiling... ?Running Head: The Glass Ceiling and Black Colleges Ceilings,...
Ethics in Public Administration and Policy Study on Embezzlement Behavior among Public Administrators
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...Administration and Policy Study on Embezzlement Behavior among Public Administrators Mohammed Alfozan California Lutheran University Draft Evaluation Design: This evaluation will provide information on different types of corrupt practices found to affect the operations of both the public and private sector. This will help the administrators make necessary decisions on this issue. The vice of corruption associated with the embezzlement of public funds may be related to the low payment structures pattern presented to the public government officers. In Tanzania, it is found that the salary earned by the public officials was not adequate to meet their domestic expenditures. Public... ? Ethics in Public...
A Qualitative Study on African American Women Administrators as Historically Black Colleges and Universities
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...administrators at Historically Black Colleges and Universities Over the past several decades, African American women emerged as one of the most accomplished groups in higher education in the midst of dealing with difficult challenges, such as systemic racism and sexism (Bates, 2007, p.2). Although they continue to experience the barriers of the glass ceiling, they continue to strive to be promoted into higher level positions in higher education. As a matter of fact, an African American woman became the president of one of the ten Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) in Georgia. Despite this major accomplishment, African American women who... ?A Qualitative study on African American women...
What can Parents, Teachers, and Administrators do to Help Prevent Underage Drinking?
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...Administrators do to Help Prevent Underage Drinking? Registration Number Faculty al Affiliation Signature…………………………………………. Date………………………………………. A research proposal submitted in partial fulfillment for the PhD degree of medicine of (Institutional Affiliation) Supervisors 1. Name Institutional Affiliation Address Signature……………………………… Date……………………………… 2. Name Institutional Affiliation Address Signature………………………. Date…………………………… What Can Parents, Teachers, and Administrators do to Help Prevent Underage Drinking? Introduction Statement of the problem Generally, alcohol abuse has been one of the most prevalent as well as disturbing problem worldwide. In recent days, it has... ?What Can Parents, Teachers, and...
What can parents, teachers, and administrators do to help prevent underage drinking?
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...Administrators do to Help Prevent Underage Drinking? Registration Number Faculty al Affiliation Signature…………………………………………. Date………………………………………. A research proposal submitted in partial fulfillment for the PhD degree of medicine of (Institutional Affiliation) Supervisors 1. Name Institutional Affiliation Address Signature……………………………… Date……………………………… 2. Name Institutional Affiliation Address Signature………………………. Date…………………………… What Can Parents, Teachers, and Administrators do to Help Prevent Underage Drinking? Introduction Statement of the problem Generally, alcohol abuse has been one of the most prevalent as well as disturbing... What Can Parents, Teachers, and...
Comparative analysis of emotional intelligence competences among private /public university senior administrators in Ghana
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...administrators of ten private and ten public universities. The findings of the research suggest that senior administrators of the private universities are much more aware regarding the concept of emotional intelligence as compared to that of the public universities. However, they understand the importance of emotional intelligence in the accomplishment of organizational goal and consider it as a necessary aspect. It does not only help them in developing long-term relationship and coordination among the employees, but also... in establishing relationship with their customers. Thus, the finding suggests that competencies among the private university administrators are much more...
Powers of the Administrators
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...administration. This paper will confirm this expectation through the analysis of Pottsboro High School. French and Raven's idea of social influence and power is that "social influence and power is limited to influence on the person, P, produced by a social agent, O, where O can be either... Social Power and Pottsboro High School Social power may be defined as "the capa to exert influence over others." (Larison).French and Raven have identified five types of power exhibited by people interacting socially. They are: 1) reward, 2) coercive, 3) referent, 4) legitimate and 5) expert. As a school is a social institution, we may expect to see these power types in operation in the school particularly in its...
Worksite Health Promotion Practices, Needs and Barriers: A Survey of Nebraska Long-Term Care Administrators
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...administrators/managers In recent years a number of comprehensive reviews reveal that large numbers of studies of worksite health promotion and disease prevention programs and these are the greatest concern among the administrators/managers. These studies also show that many health promotion and disease prevention programs do work and do result in major cost savings. Many studies have focused particularly on the return on investment (ROI) from worksite health promotion and disease prevention programs. One recent review identified well-conducted, thorough appraisal studies of ROI, then recognized the range of ROI estimates in these studies, and examined... Worksite Health Promotion Practices, Needs and...
Finance and Public Administrators
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...administrative rules. According to the Department of State (1999), in order to obtain funding relevant application forms for the particular federal funds sought will need to be completed. The programs... The Mayor A.N. Consultant 26th September Budget Allocation Report Introduction Allocating a budget is not an easy task. There are many competing ends and so expenses have to be prioritized. In allocating the budget of $10 million there are a number of developments in the city that require capital outlay. There are a number of historical buildings that provide revenue for the city that needs to be renovated in order to generate more income. The police department needs to renew some of their fleet and...
Justify public administrators'
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...administrative situation. However, it is better to question how an individual relays solutions through public service given bureaucracy follows certain levels of hierarchy. Weber asserted that there is a “logically consistent” function in his ideal type (Kim, 2007) In terms of public administration, how can this be achieved? This consistency, ultimately, faces difficulties before it can be achieved. Now, before fully deliberating the ideal type of Max Weber, there should be a thorough knowledge of what public administration is. Public administration is a field of study that deals with the function... Assessment of Bureaucracy Bureaucracy is considered to be a systematic structure in a society. However,...
Role of Public Administrators to Interpret the Constitution and Develop New Laws as Pertains to Same Sex Marriages
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...Administrators to Interpret the Constitution and Develop New Laws As Pertains To Same Sex Marriages History and Political Science Tutor Date SECTION 1 Definition of the Issue Same sex marriage is an issue that has plagued the judicial system in the United States for the past two decades. It entails the attempt to inculcate marriage between individuals of the same sex into the federal definition of marriage which outlines marriage as a union between a woman and a man. Public administrators are individuals bestowed with the responsibility of serving the citizens of a State by ensuring that the laws, ethics and regulations are adhered to the latter. The constitution is the supreme... ? Role of Public...
Role of public administrators to interpret the constitution to develop new laws in regards to such issues such as same sex marriages
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...Administrators to Interpret the Constitution and Develop New Laws As Pertains To Same Sex Marriages History and Political Science Tutor Date SECTION 1 Definition of the Issue Same sex marriage is an issue that has plagued the judicial system in the United States for the past two decades. It entails the attempt to inculcate marriage between individuals of the same sex into the federal definition of marriage which outlines marriage as a union between a woman and a man. Public administrators are individuals bestowed with the responsibility of serving the citizens of a State by ensuring that the laws, ethics and regulations are adhered to the latter. The constitution is the supreme... Role of Public...
The Security Risks Associated with online access to database. The common mistakes made by database administrators, security personal, and the application developers.
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...administrators, security personnel and application developers Databases usually contain sensitive information yet security is often lacking to protect them. When databases are linked to web front-ends to make the data accessible online, they become even more vulnerable. This is a failure in prioritizing security (over reliability), which is the “the most elementary principle behind risk management” (Chickowski, 2009-6). ‘Database disconnect’ might explain why this problem exists in most cases. Databases administrators and application developers usually don’t know much about security while security personnel... The security risks associated with online access to databases Common mistakes made by database...
In many ways technology has made life easier however, parents, teachers, and administrators worn that the use of electronic devices (not limited to cell and laptops) in schools may have a negative effect on a student educator.
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...administrators have delivered below par despite the usage of technological applications. The aim of this paper is to look into the potential negative impacts and the manner in which the applications may be counterproductive to the overall process of learning and usage of technology in an academic institution and class environment. Modes of usage: The usage of technology in the class comes in different forms and through the usage of different applications. Ranging from full scale computers and laptops to specific devices such as electronic readers, printing devices, recorders, cameras and digital readers and many more applications and devices (Cennamo, 111). The usage of digital readers has... The modern ...
Leadeship Styes and Ethics for Law Enforcement Administrators
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...Ethics and Leadership Styles and Arguably, no other profession demands high ethical standards than that of law enforcement given the challenges that the officers have to grapple with on the ground. On the ground, there is every reason for them to engage in noble cause corruption. However, how well they uphold their professional codes of conducts or how high they rate in ethical standards may well depend on their leaders. Their leaders have moral as well as a legal duty to ensure compliance to ethical standards by the subordinates. The kind of leadership styles they may opt to employ may also shape the destiny of the organization since the ethics of followers will rise or fall depending... and Leadership ...
Practices or managerial competencies that you think all health care administrators should develop.
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...administrator should be able to relate well with his/her colleagues when making decisions. This, however, may not be possible if an administrator has poor human/interpersonal skills... Managerial Competencies al Affiliation) Technical Skills Human Relations/ Interpersonal Skills Conceptual Skills Best Practices/ Managerial Competencies Performance Evaluation and Improvement —Research —Decision making —Support To conduct good research, one must be technically proficient in some aspects of research (Drejer, 2002). For example, analyzing and interpreting data using a computer calls for some degree of technical skill. Good decision making calls for participation by all parties concerned, and therefore an ad...
Discussion question
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...Administrator? From a personal perspective, public administrators usually perform various roles. To begin with, they can perform administrative roles i.e. overseeing implementation of various programs, provision of information to the public as well as monitoring and evaluating programs. Additionally, public administrators may also perform fiscal roles such as approving public budgets as well as approval and implementation of public development plans. Do you believe that non-elected public administrators have been affected by the partisanship reflected in national politics? No. Whether non-elected or elected, Public... Discussion Question al Affiliation) What, in your view, is the role of the Public...
Analysis NASA Challenger Case
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...administrator, I would give a negative recommendation, stating the negative traits that Gadams has. The recommendation would site Gadam as an enthusiastic administrator, but he cannot serve as an assistant principal. This is due to his sexual offences that he has conducted in the institution. Gadam’s administrators could have written the full truth about Gadam. The administrators are obliged to disclose all material facts about their employees. This would have enabled other institutions not to hire him due to his character. Administrators owe their loyalty to the employees... Due Analysis NASA Challenger case Truth is a fundamental aspect in giving out a recommendation about an employee. As an...
Public Policy TrendsWK5
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...administrator or county manager. DOT often interacts with state administrators and county managers. One of the means involves overseeing projects related to transportation in a particular state (DOT, 2012). DOT, for instance, has the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) in charge of overseeing federal road transportation projects (DOT, 2012). State administrators work hand in hand with DOT agencies to ensure these projects are carried out successfully (DOT, 2012). For instance, when the government comes up with a project in a given state, state administrators and county managers will be provided... with the funds to initiate and ensure the project is completed (DOT, 2012). DOT agencies...
The Significance of Art Education to Stakeholders
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...administrators, parents, students and the community. The research surveyed a total of 20 respondents, 10 of them were teachers from various departments, 5 were school administrators, with the other 5 being members of the board of educators. The breakdown of the results can be found in the frequency response tables presented in appendix 1. The results indicate that most... of the teachers, administrators, and members of the board of education valued art education. This is seen where 70% of the teachers felt that art education should not be eliminated during budget cuts, with 20% of them disagreeing with the idea that art education should not be eliminated during budget cuts....
Advanced Nursing Role
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...Administrators and Nurse Executives I agree that Nurse Managers, Nurse Administrators and Nurse Executives are connected in the management of nursing care of clients. However, they differ by their level of social organization (scope and standards of practice) in the management and clinical care. There are three levels of leadership in regard to management/ responsibility in nursing. They include frontline/ first level managers (nurse managers), middle-level managers (nurse administrators), and upper-level managers (nurse executives) (Koutoukidis, Stainton, & Hughson, 2012). According to Kelly (2012) front line managers are responsible... Advanced nursing role due: Differences of Nurse Managers, Nurse...
Ethical decsion making and the responsibilities and the conflicts of responsibilities of an administrator
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...Administrator Before going into the discussion regarding ethical decision-making and responsibilities of an administrator in managing conflicts and understanding different work related issues, let us get a better understanding of what ethical decision-making actually is. Ethical decision-making refers to the process in which an administrator takes a decision based on some specific rules and regulations. Ethical decision-making makes administrators take ethical decisions regarding any specific issue. Ethics play a very considerable role in making a decision justified and acceptable for all parties involved in the conflict... ?[Your full full June 26, Ethical Decision-Making and Responsibilities of an...
Clinical objectives
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...administrators, caregivers, and healthcare specialists to be aware of the limitations in the health environment that may predispose the patients or other person working at the healthcare to fall. This safe care environment ensures that people who are at risk of falling are identified and educated on the risks that they face (Carroll, Dykes, & Hurley, 2010). In addition, it also outlines strategies that the management that management can use to mitigate the risk. Patients in the health care system who are at high risk include pediatric and elderly patients. The management should put up safety... Fall Prevention Falls are a common occurrence in the hospital environment. Therefore, it is necessary for the...
Ethical decsion making and the responsibilities and the conflicts of responsibilities of an administrator
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...Administrator Beforegoing into the discussion regarding ethical decision-making and responsibilities of an administrator in managing conflicts and understanding different work related issues, let us get a better understanding of what ethical decision-making actually is. Ethical decision-making refers to the process in which an administrator takes a decision based on some specific rules and regulations. Ethical decision-making makes administrators take ethical decisions regarding any specific issue. Ethics play a very considerable role in making a decision justified and acceptable for all parties involved in the conflict... Your full full June 26, Ethical Decision-Making and Responsibilities of an...
Specialists and generalists
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...ADMINISTRATORS IN SMALL COMPANIES By + IT administrators in small companies IT administrators are individuals who offer overall tech support required in an organization. Computer programming skills are some of the requirements needed by IT administrator as this helps in network administration. In small organizations, IT administrators mostly find themselves performing various functions at the same time which can be distributed among different specialized employees in larger organizations. There are a number of advantages realized when many jobs are being carried out by a single IT...
Drug abuse program
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...administrators and the treatment staff of the programs based on substance abuse and mental health, who served the dually diagnosed patients were involved. A total of 15 administrators and 99 staff members considered the accessibility of the dually diagnosed patients to health care services and the coordination of health care services much lower in comparison to 10 mental health administrators and 136 staff members, who gave a higher rating on each of the two factors (Grella, Gil-Rivas, and Cooper, 2004). In order to improve the coordination in the delivery of mental health services in substance abuse treatment and mental health improvement programs, the divergence... in the concepts of the...
Public Administration
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...ADMINISTRATION Public Administration Public administration is considered as the most important aspect of agovernment. Public administration includes problem identification, policy determination, analysis and proposing a solution to resolve an issue. To accomplish these tasks, administrators are appointed by the government. They are responsible for implementing the rules imposed by the government. In certain countries the public administrators are mere actors who perform the task of implementing the regulations of the government. According to Max Weber’s policy, public administrators must be restricted to only laid down the policies in the discharge of their duties... . But this would not help...
Managing a Database Administrator Team
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...Administrator Team Before going to discuss the ways to manage a database administrator team, let us get a better understanding of what management actually is. Management means to control all departments and activities of a company. The aim of the managers is to take care of all administrative matters in order to maximize the organization’s output. Unskilled and untrained managers can never put the company on the path of success; rather they prove risky for the successful achievement of goals and objectives. So, it is really critical for a company to hire such person for the post of manager who should have enough skills and abilities to proficiently... ?[Your full full December 06, Managing a Database...
Future work place competenvy skills
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...administrators will need to have very good interpersonal skills. In the contemporary age as the work is getting more and more mechanized, personal behavior and mannerism is something employees tend to overlook as long as they are good in operating machines. Health administration is such a field which requires the administrator to frequently interact with the patients. It is commonly said that patients tend to derive more than half of the relief from the mannerism of the health administrator. In addition to being a regular consultant, a health administrator necessarily plays the role of a counselor who convinces the people to take particular... ?Future work place competency skills In the future, health...
The role of the PACS adminstrator in the hospital
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...Administrator in the Hospital Introduction Since inception, the picture archiving and communications system (PACS) has evolved from an engineering exercise in digital image management into a complete information system and manager of clinical workflow (Topex 120). Whereas PACS was at one time an independent component of the medical system, it currently processes information from various systems. Practically, every clinical discipline has incorporated digital radiology into their practices and PACS has emerged as a mission critical system not only for the department of radiology, but for the entire healthcare system. As the PACS has advanced in both function and capability, so... The Role of the PACS...
Objective responsibility
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...administrator is not only a person who holds a position of responsibility in a community but is also a professional citizen who holds and maintains the responsibility of other people, while overseeing their actions and discourse. The defining element of a successful public administrator is the ability to balance and take charge of one’s objective responsibilities. While this balance is changeable, becoming an effective public administrator requires one to be knowledgeable and show the ability to affect the differences between these responsibilities to cases where they conflict. Moreover, a public administrator should... Objective responsibility, Cooper, pages 72 - 74: According to Cooper, a public...
Constitutional Ethic
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...administrators should dirty their hands for the benefit of the public (Kennedy & Schultz, 2011). The four common levels of ethics are personal morality, social ethics, organizational ethics, and professional ethics. Since public servants address constitutional issues daily, they should learn and apply the different levels of ethics and apply them for moral decision-making. 2. Assess the roles of Neutral competency and expertise... Constitutional Ethic Application of the concept of constitutional ethics to all public services The concept of constitutional ethics in public service is a form of government reform that has gained focus in the recent past. This comes as questions arise as to whether public...
Public administration-politics dichotomy
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...Administration/Politics Dichotomy Introduction The relationship between public administration and politics has beenone of the great issues in public administration. Public administration has two parties to it; on one side are the administrators while on the other side is the public and politicians. The latter of the second party to public administration tends to influence public administration. However, more than the relationship between politics and administration is how these two issues can be used to make better public policies. Relationship between public administration and politics The relationship between public administration and politics can be traced back to the 19th century when... Public...
Peer Evaluations of Presentation
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...administrators’ not being able to properly fulfill their duty to maintain the safety of their students. Deontology, according to the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, “falls within the domain of moral theories that guide and assess our choices of what we ought to do” (i.e. the good that we ought to do). [Ibid.] Though it has created a negative impact on the teachers and school administrators, such impact has somehow helped in substantiating the point being... highlighted in the presentation: the concept of duty (i.e. the duty of the teachers and school administrators to maintain the safety of their students). From the presentation, we find: “These teachers definitely...
HEALTH LAW AND ETHICS
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...Administrators’ leaders are encouraged to create a corporate culture that promotes ethical decision-making. There are various actions an administrator can take to facilitate such an environment. First, he or she should take any given information and convert it to useful information. This requires one to have wisdom and knowledge that makes an administrator to interpret information into knowledgeable aspect to make wise decisions. Secondly, he should rule in justice and fair treatment by continually allocating organizational resources. Still, should value and regard fair guidance and advice, which in turn creates a favourable environment... Health Law and Ethics According to Enelow and Louise (10),...
School Administration
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...administrator, an aspiring administrator realizes necessary changes and possesses great energy and enthusiasm to implementthose changes. Sometimes, however, the level of inexperience and optimism gives a false sense of confidence that changes can be easily implemented. On the other hand, the experienced administrator realizes the pain and glory of being the chief official at any educational site. The seemingly impossible and ever-increasing expectations coupled with intense pressures take extreme tolls on those in leading positions. As a result, reluctance of potential administrators (Rayfield), and the turnover rate of administrators continue to rise (Senge et. al 88... From observing the current...
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