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管理层在发展民族文化过程中所扮演的角色

论文作者:英语论文论文属性:课程作业 Coursework登出时间:2015-01-06编辑:pesix4点击率:3202

论文字数:2471论文编号:org201501052137427645语种:英语论文 English地区:中国价格:免费论文

关键词:ethical culture管理角色民族文化领导

摘要:文章主要介绍了管理层在发展民族文化过程中所扮演的角色的问题。而管理层在发展和保护民族文化过程中所扮演的角色是至关重要的。

在一个执法机构中,管理层在发展和保护民族文化过程中所扮演的角色是至关重要的。如果一个人接受了组织中的经理或领导者的角色,那么人们就会希望他或她应该可以达到诚信和道德行为的最高标准。领导是组织中的道德基础的基石。这也是一个历史不变的真相和事实。领导通过他们的行为和表现定下了对组织管理的基调,同时他们还把这种行为模式传达给其他人。除此之外,执法管理员主要负责维护和发展其组织的道德文化、有效的领导、严格的招聘流程、以道德伦理为基础的培训、明确的政策和程序、、适当的纪律和问责制以及鉴定和识别颠覆性的亚文化。


首先,管理层必须其组织的道德文化进行评估并确定属于组织本身的道德文化。你可能会遇到这些问题:“你的员工有可能从事他们认为有价值的管理行为。你会给他们发送什么样的暗示来说明你个人认为有价值的行为和态度;还有,他们什么样的行为你又应该给予给予奖励;以及你们组织是否有价值观和使命,那么这个是否是伦理价值的一部分呢”? 在一个执法机构回答这些重要的问题之前,首先他们必须确定什么是道德,以及道德的对的与错的定义之间的区别。而确定这些原则的最好的也是最简单的方式就是将道德规范和使命区分开来,并且明确规定组织内的对与错。


Management's role in developing and maintaining an ethical culture within a law enforcement agency is paramount. If one accepts the role of a manager or leader in an organization, he or she should expect to be held to the highest standards of integrity and ethical behavior. 'Leadership is the cornerstone of the moral foundation of organizations. This is a historical truth. Leaders set the tone, and through their actions and conduct they model this behavior for everyone else' (West, 2006). Law enforcement administrators are responsible for developing and maintaining the ethical culture of their organization through, effective leadership, rigorous-hiring practices, ethical based training, well articulated policies and procedures, accountability through proper discipline, and the identification and recognition of subversive subcultures.


First, management must assess and determine the ethical culture of their organization. 'Members of your staff are likely to engage in behaviors that they believe are valued by management. What signals are you sending about the kinds of behaviors and attitudes you value? What kinds of behaviors are rewarded? Does your organization have a mission or values statement? Are ethical values a part of that statement' (Speers, 2007). Before a law enforcement agency can answer these very important questions, they must first determine what is ethical and define the difference between right and wrong. The best and easiest way to define these principles is to distribute a code of ethics and a mission statement which clearly states right and wrong within the organization.
The organization's mission should be well defined and clear. Agency members pay close attention to the values and behaviors of management. It is the absolute responsibility of senior management to ensure that ethical practices are well defined and properly followed. This requires that the Chief Executive (Sheriff or Chief of Police) establish a clear set of ethical standards within the organization. These standards must be maintained with diligence, fairness and consistency (Wright, 1999). 'If incidents of inappropriate behavior are ignored, when no one talks about standards of professional conduct, and administrators fail to conscientiously and routinely review and inspect for breaches of ethical practice, then serious incidents are more likely to occur and occur with regularity' (Wright, 1999).


Where the general manager/chief executive officer is clearly supportive of and models ethical behavior, a positive culture will permeate the whole organization. General Managers, CEO's, and other senior managers must give strong messages about ethical behavior. Positive and effective messages provide the foundation on which to build a culture of proper, ethical behavior (Ball, 2001).


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