bpa221 | undergraduate
Critical Thinking And Decision Making In The Public Sector
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- Discuss the methods for implementing change for success.
- Describe the methods for identifying the path for change.
- Discuss the process of creating a strategy.
The Decision- Making Process
- Describe the process of framing and discuss how framing aids in the decision-making process.
- Discuss situations when framing would be appropriate in the decision-making process.
- Identify challenges with forming group decisions in the public sector.
Diversity Policies and Reporting
- Describe diversity management.
- Discuss the differences between diversity management and equal opportunity.
- Identify the components of an effective diversity management policy.
- Analyze the effects of categorizing individuals into demographic categories.
Managing Diversity in the Public Sector
- Describe the approaches used to understand and manage diversity in the public sector.
- Discuss the role of leadership in promoting diversity management in the public sector.
- Discuss the recruitment strategies used in building diversity in the public sector.
Strategic Leadership, Policies, and Traits
- Describe the components of strategic thinking.
- Discuss the four types of strategic leadership.
- Describe the foundation of creating a good leadership base.
- Describe the four strategic leaders and their strategy for succeeding.
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