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2.3 Discussion: Borland Case Casting Light and Shadows

2.3 Discussion: Borland Case Casting Light and Shadows

  1. Review the rubric to make sure you understand the criteria for earning your grade.
  2. Read Chapter 1 in Meeting the Ethical Challenges of Leadership.
  3. Read the original posts by your classmates in Discussion 1.3.
  4. Choose two of your classmates’ original posts, selecting at least one student that presents an opposite or differing approach to the ethics of the Borland case than your thread.
  5. Copy and paste your classmates’ original posts into your thread before composing your responses under them. Label your Posts “Your name reply to Student’s name”. Example: Sara Smith’s reply to John Doe.
  6. Each response must be separate and address the following:
    1. Clearly identify similarities or differences in your posts.
    2. Support and defend your position.
    3. Identify and discuss, from Chapter 1 reading, which shadow(s) Kahn exhibited and how do those shadows affect one of the stakeholders identified by the student whose thread you are replying to.
    4. Incorporate at least one scholarly source in addition to the textbook to support your conclusions and ideas, as well as the possible biblical application.
    5. Be at least 300 words in length or more.
  7. State reasons that support your conclusions, adding additional ideas/thoughts, or providing alternative ideas/thoughts.
  8. Be prepared in Workshop Three to compose a final rebuttal post to a classmate that responded to your initial post in this workshop.