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Conflict Resolution Policy

Conflict Resolution Policy

Instructions

Your supervisor knows that you are in graduate school and currently learning about conflict resolution.  You have told her that you want to move into more of a leadership role in your organization. To assist you in building your resume, she has asked you to develop a conflict resolution policy, procedures, and training for your organization.  This is a preliminary document so she wants you to keep it short. This paper should include:

· Introduction to the topic of conflict

· a brief discussion about what workplace conflict is and why a policy is important

· policy and procedures for resolving conflict, and

· a proposed outline for training topics.

· Conclusion

· Submit your assignment by Sunday at midnight.

This paper should:

· Be approximately 4-5 pages long, double-spaced (1000-1200 words)

· Include a title and reference page – not included in the page count

· Exclude sources older than 5 years

· Include 4-5 sources from the required readings and/or scholarly sources found from Herzing’s library. Your textbook may be used as one source.

· Include an introductory paragraph and a conclusion

· Submit your assignment by Sunday at midnight.

Estimated time to complete: 4 hours

Rubric

NU530 Unit 5 Assignment Conflict Resolution Policy

NU530 Unit 5 Assignment Conflict Resolution Policy
Criteria Ratings Pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeTopic

NU530-CO1

10 pts

Level 5

Identifies a creative, focused, and manageable topic that addresses potentially significant aspects of the topic.

9 pts

Level 4

Identifies a creative, focused, and manageable topic that addresses important and notable aspects of the topic.

8 pts

Level 3

Identifies a focused and manageable/doable topic that appropriately addresses relevant aspects of the topic.

7 pts

Level 2

Identifies a topic that while manageable/doable, is too narrowly focused and leaves out relevant aspects of the topic.

6 pts

Level 1

Identifies a topic that is far too general and wide-ranging as to be manageable and doable.

0 pts

Level 0

Does not clearly identify a topic that is relative to the assignment.

 

10 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeExisting Knowledge, Research, and/or Views

PRICE-C; PRICE-R

20 pts

Level 5

Synthesizes in-depth information from relevant sources representing various points of view/approaches.

18 pts

Level 4

Examines in-depth information from relevant sources representing various points of view/approaches.

16 pts

Level 3

Explains in-depth information from relevant sources representing various points of view/approaches.

14 pts

Level 2

Relates information from relevant sources representing limited points of view/approaches.

12 pts

Level 1

Relates information from irrelevant sources representing limited points of view/ approaches.

0 pts

Level 0

Information is irrelevant to the topic. No clear point of view/approaches.

 

20 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeDesign Process

NU530-CO1; PRICE-P

10 pts

Level 5

All elements of the methodology or theoretical framework are skillfully developed. Appropriate methodology or theoretical frameworks may be synthesized from across disciplines or from relevant sub-disciplines.

9 pts

Level 4

Most critical elements of the methodology or theoretical framework are appropriately developed. Appropriate methodology or theoretical frameworks may be analyzed from across disciplines or from relevant sub-disciplines.

8 pts

Level 3

Some critical elements of the methodology or theoretical framework are appropriately developed, however, more subtle elements are ignored or unaccounted for.

7 pts

Level 2

Critical elements of the methodology or theoretical framework are missing, incorrectly developed, or unfocused.

6 pts

Level 1

Inquiry design demonstrates a misunderstanding of the methodology or theoretical framework.

0 pts

Level 0

The design of the paper is not based upon a clear methodology or framework.

 

10 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeAnalysis

NU530-CO1; PRICE-I

35 pts

Level 5

Organizes and synthesizes evidence to reveal insightful patterns, differences, or similarities related to focus.

32 pts

Level 4

Organizes and analyzes evidence to reveal insightful patterns, differences, or similarities related to focus.

28 pts

Level 3

Organizes evidence to reveal important patterns, differences, or similarities related to focus.

25 pts

Level 2

Organizes evidence, but the organization is not effective in revealing important patterns, differences, or similarities.

21 pts

Level 1

Describes evidence, but it is not organized and/or is unrelated to focus.

0 pts

Level 0

Lists evidence, but it is not organized and/or is unrelated to focus.

 

35 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeConclusion

NU530-CO1; PRICE-I

10 pts

Level 5

States a conclusion that is a logical extrapolation from the inquiry findings.

9 pts

Level 4

States a conclusion that is a logical interpretation of the inquiry findings.

8 pts

Level 3

States a conclusion focused solely on the inquiry findings. The conclusion arises specifically from and responds specifically to the inquiry findings.

7 pts

Level 2

States a general conclusion that, because it is so general, also applies beyond the scope of the inquiry findings.

6 pts

Level 1

States an ambiguous or unsupportable conclusion from inquiry findings.

0 pts

Level 0

States an illogical conclusion from inquiry findings.

 

10 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeLimitations and Implications

PRICE-I

20 pts

Level 5

Insightfully discusses in detail relevant and supported limitations and implications.

18 pts

Level 4

Examines relevant and supported limitations and implications.

16 pts

Level 3

Discusses relevant and supported limitations and implications.

14 pts

Level 2

Presents relevant and supported limitations and implications.

12 pts

Level 1

Presents limitations and implications, but they are unsupported.

0 pts

Level 0

Presents limitations and implications, but they are irrelevant.

 

20 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeWriting

PRICE-I

10 pts

Level 5

The paper exhibits a superior command of written English language conventions. The paper has no errors in mechanics, grammar, or spelling.

9 pts

Level 4

The paper exhibits a strong command of written English language conventions. The paper has no errors in mechanics, grammar, or spelling that impair the flow of communication.

8 pts

Level 3

The paper exhibits a command of written English language conventions. The paper has minor errors in mechanics, grammar, or spelling that impact the flow of communication.

7 pts

Level 2

The paper exhibits a limited command of written English language conventions. The paper has frequent errors in mechanics, grammar, or spelling that impede the flow of communication.

6 pts

Level 1

The paper exhibits little command of written English language conventions. The paper has errors in mechanics, grammar, or spelling that cause the reader to stop and reread parts of the writing to discern meaning.

0 pts

Level 0

The paper does not demonstrate command of written English language conventions. The paper has multiple errors in mechanics, grammar, or spelling that cause the reader difficulty discerning the meaning.

 

10 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeAPA

PRICE-I; PRICE-P

10 pts

Level 5

The required APA elements are all included with correct formatting, including in-text citations and references.

9 pts

Level 4

The required APA elements are all included with minor formatting errors, including in-text citations and references.

8 pts

Level 3

The required APA elements are all included with multiple formatting errors, including in-text citations and references.

7 pts

Level 2

The required APA elements are not all included and/or there are major formatting errors, including in-text citations and references.

6 pts

Level 1

Several APA elements are missing. The errors in formatting demonstrate a limited understanding of APA guidelines, in-text-citations, and references.

0 pts

Level 0

There is little to no evidence of APA formatting and/or there are no in-text citations and/or references.

 

10 pts
Total Points: 125

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Crafting Public Policy

Crafting Public Policy

Unit IV Scholarly Activity

Instructions

The art of crafting public policy can cause one group or participant(s) to benefit while creating issues or problems for another group. Examples may include:

  • the Patriot Act (security vs. privacy),
  • Affirmative Action (reverse discrimination),
  • race equality (racial tension), or
  • social safety net programs such as TANF (Temporary Assistance to Needy Families), housing      assistance, SNAP (Supplemental Nutritional Assistance Program), etc..

Select a timely public policy example (still in effect) that has been designed to solve a public issue but may have affected another group in a negative manner. Identify all potential stakeholders, and explain the long-term and short-term implications relevant to the stakeholders. Also, explain the challenges involved in crafting the policy.

Your written response should be at least four-pages in length. Format your response using APA style. Be sure to include citations for any sources used to avoid plagiarism.

Grading Rubric for Writing Assignment

Your professor may use a slightly different rubric, but the standard rubric at AUR will assess your writing according to the following standards:

 

 

  A (4)   B (3) C (2) D/F (1/0)
Focus: Purpose Purpose is clear   Shows awareness of purpose Shows limited awareness of purpose No awareness
Main idea Clearly presents a   There is a main idea Vague sense of a No main idea
  main idea and   supported throughout main idea, weakly  
  supports it   most of the paper. supported  
  throughout the     throughout the  
  paper.     paper.  
Organization: Well-planned and   Good overall There is a sense of No sense of
Overall well-thought out.   organization, includes organization, organization
  Includes title,   the main although some of the  
  introduction,   organizational tools. organizational tools  
  statement of main     are used weakly or  
  idea, transitions and     Missing  
  conclusion.        
Organization: All paragraphs have   Most paragraphs have Some paragraphs Para. lack clear ideas
Paragraphs clear ideas, are   clear ideas, are have clear ideas,  
  supported with   supported with some support from  
  examples and have   examples and have examples may be  
  smooth transitions.   transitions. missing and  
        transitions are weak.  
Content Exceptionally well-   Well-presented and Content is sound and Content is not sound
  presented and   argued; ideas are solid; ideas are  
  argued; ideas are   detailed, developed present but not  
  detailed, well-   and supported with particularly  
  developed,   evidence and details, developed or  
  supported with   mostly specific. supported; some  
  specific evidence &     evidence, but  
  facts, as well as     usually of a  
  examples and     generalized nature.  
  specific details.        
Research (if Sources are   Sources are well Sources support The paper does not
assignment exceptionally well-   integrated and some claims made in use adequate
includes a integrated and they   support the paper’s the paper, but might research or if it does,
research support claims   claims. There may be not be integrated the sources are not
component) argued in the paper   occasional errors, but well within the integrated well.
  very effectively.   the sources and paper’s argument. They are not cited
  Quotations and   Works Cited conform There may be a few correctly according
  Works Cited   to MLA style sheet. errors in MLA to MLA style, nor
  conform to MLA     style.. listed correctly on
  style sheet.       the Works Cited
          page.
Style: Sentence Sentences are clear   Sentences are clear Sentences are Sentences aren’t
structure and varied in   but may lack generally clear but clear
  pattern, from simple   variation; a few may may have awkward  
  to complex, with   be awkward and there structure or unclear  
  excellent use of   may be a few content; there may  
  punctuation.   punctuation errors. be patterns of  
        punctuation errors.  
Style: Word There is clear use of   There is an attempt at There is little No attempt at style
choice, Tone a personal and   a personal style but attempt at style;  
  unique style of   style of writing may reads as flat and  
  writing, suited to   be awkward or perhaps  
  audience and   unsuited to audience uninteresting in  
  purpose; the paper   and purpose; the content, which is  
  holds the reader’s   reader may lose usually generalized  
  interest with ease.   interest in some and clichéd.  
      sections of the paper.    
Style: Details Large amounts of   Some use of specific Little use of specific No use of examples
and Examples specific examples   examples and examples and  
  and detailed   detailed descriptions. details; mostly  
  descriptions.   May have extended generalized  
      examples that go on examples and little  
      for too long. description.  
Grammar & Excellent grammar,   A few errors in Shows a pattern of Continuous errors
Mechanics spelling, syntax and   grammar, spelling, errors in spelling,  
  punctuation.   syntax and grammar, syntax  
      punctuation, but not and/or punctuation.  
      many. Could also be a sign  
        of lack of proof-  
        reading.  

 

 

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Mobile Device Management Policy

Mobile Device Management Policy

Step 1: Prepare a Scope of Work Overview

As a recent Graduate, Master’s in Cybersecurity program, you have received a well-deserved promotion to chief information security officer (CISO) at the global financial institution where you work. The role is new for you and the company. It reports directly to the chief information officer (CIO), which for the purposes of this course, is the instructor. Much of what you will be doing in the next couple of months is centered around the policy aspects of the bank.

The CIO has lobbied for your role to be created as a result of four concerns that will require your expertise and focus. In general, you are told you will be addressing the following four projects:

  • Mobile Device Management (MDM)
  • Identity Theft
  • Digital Currency
  • Enterprise Policy

Now that you have an idea of the tasks ahead, the first project will be developing recommendations for mobile device management, which will include written comments and a presentation for the company’s leadership. This is the first of four sequential projects in this course and should be completed in about two weeks. There are 11 steps to complete in Project 1. Contact the CIO (your instructor) with any questions. Proceed to Step 1 to begin.

 

Since the CEO has agreed for you to update the company’s mobile device management (MDM) Policy, the CIO has requested you first provide a scope of work to determine the level of effort that your team will face.

Prepare an overview of the scope of work by posting a brief paragraph (three to five sentences) explaining the approach and deliverable for this project with a few bullet points that address general financial industry concerns with cybersecurity and MDM.

Post the overview to the scope of work discussion for feedback. Afterward, move to the next step, in which you will consider critical infrastructure and how it will affect compliance.

 

Step 2: Research Critical Infrastructure Concerns

After defining the scope of work, you are ready to begin updating the MDM policy. In order to determine the effectiveness of the current policy, research what critical infrastructure protection concerns affect compliance.

Consider the following list to guide your research:

  • impact of cyberattacks on critical infrastructure as defined by the Patriot Act of 2001
  • technologies used in critical infrastructure cyberattacks
  • cybersecurity defense principles that should be used to counter these cyberattacks
  • cybersecurity policy framework that should be employed to minimize the opportunity for a successful critical infrastructure cyberattack

Document the findings since they will be used in upcoming steps. In the next step, you will itemize those concerns.

Step 3: Itemize Critical Infrastructure Concerns

Using notes taken from the completed research in the last step, itemize the findings in a table or spreadsheet titled Crucial Concerns Worksheet that assesses:

  • The impact of cyberattacks on critical infrastructure as initiated by the Patriot Act of 2001 and later refined by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS).
  • The technologies used in critical infrastructure cyberattacks. Especially consider which and how technologies may exploit mobile device vulnerabilities.
  • Cybersecurity defense principles should be used to counter these cyberattacks.

This itemized list of critical infrastructure concerns will be expanded to include an evaluation of cyber-physical systems in the next step so that you can later align critical concerns to MDM policy. It will also be included as an appendix to the updated MDM policy presentation for the board of directors. Submit the Crucial Concerns Worksheet for feedback.

Step 4: Evaluate Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS) and Internet of Things (IoT)

In this phase of the project, you will evaluate cyber-physical systems (CPS) and the internet of things (IoT) to build upon the critical infrastructure concerns itemized in the previous step.

Assuming that you have addressed most of the concerns related to MDM from a policy perspective, begin an itemized list of potential countermeasures. In recognition of on-the-job training, education, and research conducted here, continue to expand the worksheet by specifically addressing issues relating to cyber-physical systems and the internet of things.

Briefly evaluate cybersecurity hardware, software, and network technological components of cyber-physical systems and the policy issues that they require. Also consider Wi-Fi and Bluetooth technologies and the policy issues they require.

Add this evaluation to the Crucial Concerns Worksheet completed in the previous step. This worksheet will be used to align to MDM policy later in the project and will be included as an appendix to the updated MDM policy presentation for the board of directors, and will be assessed as part of the final Project. Name the files Appendix 1, Appendix 2, etc. Submit the updated table or spreadsheet for feedback.

Step 5: Document Policy Impact

Now that you have listed crucial concerns surrounding critical infrastructure, cyber-physical systems, and the internet of things, in this step, you will report on policy impact.

Specifically consider:

  • the impact, if any, on the critical infrastructure of the company’s mobile device management policies
  • policy or compliance initiatives that can address these concerns.
  • a recommended cybersecurity policy framework that when deployed would minimize the opportunity for a successful critical infrastructure cyberattack

Compile your ideas in a report titled Policy Alignment. Create a section in your report titled Policy Impact to document your ideas. This report will also be included as an appendix to the updated MDM policy presentation for the board of directors. You will add to this report in the next step.

Step 6: Describe Policy Issues Related to Cyber-Physical Systems and Internet of Things (IoT)

Continue to build the Policy Alignment report from the previous step. Now that policy impact has been considered, you will examine policy issues related to cyber-physical systems (CPS) and the internet of things (IoT).

Create two sections in the Policy Alignment report. The first section will be titled Policy Issues Related to Cyber-Physical Systems. In this section of the report, describe enterprise, national, and international cybersecurity policy issues that arise due to the deployment of cyber-physical systems. In the second section, titled Policy Issues Related to IoT, describe enterprise, national, and international cybersecurity policy issues that arise due to the effect of the internet of things.

This report will also be included as an appendix to the updated MDM policy presentation for the board of directors. You will add to this report in the next step.

Step 7: Analyze Current Technology Developments

After documenting policy impact on critical infrastructure and describing policy issues related to cyber-physical systems and the internet of things in the previous steps, move the focus to current technology developments relevant to mobile device management such as mobile payments and bring your own device (BYOD).

As the CISO of a global financial institution, analyze how such developments affect cybersecurity management and policy at the enterprise, national, and international levels. Also consider relevant technological development topics that may affect policy, such as mobile device privacy concerns. Document your findings in the final section of the Policy Alignment Report. This report will be included as an appendix to the updated MDM policy presentation for the board of directors. Submit the Policy Alignment Report for feedback, and will be assessed as part of the final Project. Name the files Appendix 1, Appendix 2, etc.

Step 8: Complete the Evaluating Cyber Policy eLearning Module

After creating a list of crucial concerns and documenting issues of policy alignment, you are ready to evaluate the current MDM policy. Complete the Evaluating Cyber Policy eLearning Module for guidance on developing a course of action or strategy for updating the current MDM policy for the organization. Document noteworthy concepts, steps, or strategies that will help update the MDM policy in later steps.

In the next step, you will consider any chain of custody impacts to the policy.

Step 9: Address Chain of Custody

After reviewing the process of evaluating cyber policy in the previous step, you are nearly ready to update the MDM policy. Keeping in mind the demands should a breach occur, address two primary aspects of this concern:

  • mobile device risk reduction (management of mobile device risk) from the employee/consultant perspective
  • highlighting the portion of your policies that addresses the “chain of custody” requirements if an investigation is required

Document your thoughts to be included in the updated MDM policy framework in the next step.

Step 10: Update the MDM Policy Framework

You are finally ready to update the MDM policy framework. Develop final written comments for presentation at the next standards body meeting. Include any perspectives on evaluation strategy and chain of custody from the previous two steps. These comments should be between two and three pages, and should include a paragraph on your thoughts about how your comments will be received and whether or not they will have an impact on the regulations/standards, etc. Submit the MDM policy framework for feedback. This framework will serve as the basis for your presentation, and will be assessed as part of the final Project. Name the files Appendix 1, Appendix 2, etc.

Step 11: Submit the MDM Policy Presentation

The final phase of the project is to deliver a presentation on the MDM findings and policy recommendations to management that summarizes the results. This will include an update to the Policy Framework from the previous step according to received feedback. You are allotted 15 minutes for the presentation.

Refer to the MDM Policy Presentation Instructions for detailed requirements. Submit the MDM Policy Presentation.

MDM Policy Presentation Instructions

Assignment: MDM Policy Presentation

After reviewing your supporting documents, the CEO has asked you to prepare a high-level mobile device management policy presentation based on these documents. The presentation should be about 15 minutes in length. It should highlight how you arrived at your conclusions and why you made these specific recommendations based upon the organizational needs.

Note: This presentation should incorporate key points from the three deliverables that you completed in this project. Those deliverables should be submitted as supporting documents separate from the presentation. You will submit four files in total.

The presentation to management should include the following elements:

  • Title Slide
    • Include:
      • client (person and/or organization)
      • title
      • date prepared
      • provider (person and/or organization who prepared/is presenting)
  • Agenda
  • Overview (introduction and purpose)
  • Scope of Work (discussion board posting: Step 1)
    • should include modifications made from feedback received
  • Crucial MDM Concerns (from Step 2)
    • Determine the effectiveness of current policies by:
      • researching the critical infrastructure concerns (include in appendix of presentation) that affect compliance
      • itemizing findings
      • evaluating cyber-physical systems
  • Policy Alignment (from Steps 5-7)
    • Should include how policy alignment impacts crucial concerns and issues affecting critical infrastructure and cyber-physical systems and consider:
      • MDM
      • initiatives that can address concerns
      • recommendation for framework deployment to minimize opportunities of attacks
      • potential global effects
      • ongoing and evolving technological advancements
  • MDM Policy Framework (from Steps 8-10)
    • Should include:
      • action plan to update current MDM policy with strategies, steps, or concepts
      • potential breach chain of custody to address mobile device risk reduction of individuals and demonstration of policy requirements

When you are finished, submit the 15-minute MDM Policy Presentation, along with the following appendices, which are the assignments you completed during Project 1:

  • Appendix A: Crucial Concerns Worksheet (Step 2)
  • Appendix B: Policy Alignment Report (Steps 5-7)
  • Appendix C: Comments on the MDM Policy Framework (Steps 8-10)

 

 

 

 

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Evidence Collection Policy Assignment

Evidence Collection Policy

Scenario

After the recent security breach, Always Fresh decided to form a computer security incident response team (CSIRT). As a security administrator, you have been assigned the responsibility of developing a CSIRT policy that addresses incident evidence collection and handling. The goal is to ensure all evidence collected during investigations is valid and admissible in court.

 

Consider the following questions for collecting and handling evidence:

1. What are the main concerns when collecting evidence?

2. What precautions are necessary to preserve evidence state?

3. How do you ensure evidence remains in its initial state?

4. What information and procedures are necessary to ensure evidence is admissible in court?

Evidence Collection Policy

 

Tasks

Create a policy that ensures all evidence is collected and handled in a secure and efficient manner. Remember, you are writing a policy, not procedures. Focus on the high-level tasks, not the individual steps.

 

Address the following in your policy:

· Description of information required for items of evidence

· Documentation required in addition to item details (personnel, description of circumstances, and so on)

· Description of measures required to preserve initial evidence integrity

· Description of measures required to preserve ongoing evidence integrity

· Controls necessary to maintain evidence integrity in storage

· Documentation required to demonstrate evidence integrity

Evidence Collection Policy

Required Resources

· Internet access

· Course textbook

 

Submission Requirements

· Format: Microsoft Word (or compatible)

· Font: Times New Roman, size 12, double-space

· Citation Style: APA

· Length: 2 to 4 pages

Evidence Collection Policy

Self-Assessment Checklist

· I created a policy that addressed all issues.

· I followed the submission guidelines.

Grading Rubric for Writing Assignment

Your professor may use a slightly different rubric, but the standard rubric at AUR will assess your writing according to the following standards:

 

 

  A (4)   B (3) C (2) D/F (1/0)
Focus: Purpose Purpose is clear   Shows awareness of purpose Shows limited awareness of purpose No awareness
Main idea Clearly presents a   There is a main idea Vague sense of a No main idea
  main idea and   supported throughout main idea, weakly  
  supports it   most of the paper. supported  
  throughout the     throughout the  
  paper.     paper.  
Organization: Well-planned and   Good overall There is a sense of No sense of
Overall well-thought out.   organization, includes organization, organization
  Includes title,   the main although some of the  
  introduction,   organizational tools. organizational tools  
  statement of main     are used weakly or  
  idea, transitions and     Missing  
  conclusion.        
Organization: All paragraphs have   Most paragraphs have Some paragraphs Para. lack clear ideas
Paragraphs clear ideas, are   clear ideas, are have clear ideas,  
  supported with   supported with some support from  
  examples and have   examples and have examples may be  
  smooth transitions.   transitions. missing and  
        transitions are weak.  
Content Exceptionally well-   Well-presented and Content is sound and Content is not sound
  presented and   argued; ideas are solid; ideas are  
  argued; ideas are   detailed, developed present but not  
  detailed, well-   and supported with particularly  
  developed,   evidence and details, developed or  
  supported with   mostly specific. supported; some  
  specific evidence &     evidence, but  
  facts, as well as     usually of a  
  examples and     generalized nature.  
  specific details.        
Research (if Sources are   Sources are well Sources support The paper does not
assignment exceptionally well-   integrated and some claims made in use adequate
includes a integrated and they   support the paper’s the paper, but might research or if it does,
research support claims   claims. There may be not be integrated the sources are not
component) argued in the paper   occasional errors, but well within the integrated well.
  very effectively.   the sources and paper’s argument. They are not cited
  Quotations and   Works Cited conform There may be a few correctly according
  Works Cited   to MLA style sheet. errors in MLA to MLA style, nor
  conform to MLA     style.. listed correctly on
  style sheet.       the Works Cited
          page.
Style: Sentence Sentences are clear   Sentences are clear Sentences are Sentences aren’t
structure and varied in   but may lack generally clear but clear
  pattern, from simple   variation; a few may may have awkward  
  to complex, with   be awkward and there structure or unclear  
  excellent use of   may be a few content; there may  
  punctuation.   punctuation errors. be patterns of  
        punctuation errors.  
Style: Word There is clear use of   There is an attempt at There is little No attempt at style
choice, Tone a personal and   a personal style but attempt at style;  
  unique style of   style of writing may reads as flat and  
  writing, suited to   be awkward or perhaps  
  audience and   unsuited to audience uninteresting in  
  purpose; the paper   and purpose; the content, which is  
  holds the reader’s   reader may lose usually generalized  
  interest with ease.   interest in some and clichéd.  
      sections of the paper.    
Style: Details Large amounts of   Some use of specific Little use of specific No use of examples
and Examples specific examples   examples and examples and  
  and detailed   detailed descriptions. details; mostly  
  descriptions.   May have extended generalized  
      examples that go on examples and little  
      for too long. description.  
Grammar & Excellent grammar,   A few errors in Shows a pattern of Continuous errors
Mechanics spelling, syntax and   grammar, spelling, errors in spelling,  
  punctuation.   syntax and grammar, syntax  
      punctuation, but not and/or punctuation.  
      many. Could also be a sign  
        of lack of proof-  
        reading.  

 

 

 

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Draft Sexual Harassment Policy

Draft Sexual Harassment Policy
You are a captain in charge of operations within your police department. As part of your responsibilities, you supervise the human resources department. It has been brought to your attention that a complaint has been filed by one of the department’s female officers alleging instances of sexual harassment by her supervisor. In reviewing the department’s sexual harassment policy, you find that it was written by the previous administration and is not in compliance with the sexual harassment policy guidelines as handed down by recent Supreme Court decisions. You bring this to the attention of your chief, and he has instructed you to do the following:

Key Assignment Guidelines Complete the following:

Address the following in 1,500–2,000 words:
Provide a draft sexual harassment policy that is in compliance with the latest Supreme Court decisions.
How you would implement a training program for all of the employees related to the revised sexual harassment policy?
What challenges exist to this policy-making process and training implementation? Explain.
Contrast and compare at least 2 established sexual harassment policies.
Choose 1 from your local police department and 1 from your state law enforcement agency.
How are they similar?
How are they different?
Explain in detail.
Do you think that sexual harassment is a common experience among women in law enforcement? Why or why not? Use external research to fully justify your argument.
Be sure to reference all of your sources using APA style.

Grading Rubric for Writing Assignment

Your professor may use a slightly different rubric, but the standard rubric at AUR will assess your writing according to the following standards:

 

 

  A (4) B (3) C (2) D/F (1/0)
Focus: Purpose Purpose is clear Shows awareness of purpose Shows limited awareness of purpose No awareness
Main idea Clearly presents a There is a main idea Vague sense of a No main idea
  main idea and supported throughout main idea, weakly  
  supports it most of the paper. supported  
  throughout the   throughout the  
  paper.   paper.  
Organization: Well-planned and Good overall There is a sense of No sense of
Overall well-thought out. organization, includes organization, organization
  Includes title, the main although some of the  
  introduction, organizational tools. organizational tools  
  statement of main   are used weakly or  
  idea, transitions and   Missing  
  conclusion.      
Organization: All paragraphs have Most paragraphs have Some paragraphs Para. lack clear ideas
Paragraphs clear ideas, are clear ideas, are have clear ideas,  
  supported with supported with some support from  
  examples and have examples and have examples may be  
  smooth transitions. transitions. missing and  
      transitions are weak.  
Content Exceptionally well- Well-presented and Content is sound and Content is not sound
  presented and argued; ideas are solid; ideas are  
  argued; ideas are detailed, developed present but not  
  detailed, well- and supported with particularly  
  developed, evidence and details, developed or  
  supported with mostly specific. supported; some  
  specific evidence &   evidence, but  
  facts, as well as   usually of a  
  examples and   generalized nature.  
  specific details.      
Research (if Sources are Sources are well Sources support The paper does not
assignment exceptionally well- integrated and some claims made in use adequate
includes a integrated and they support the paper’s the paper, but might research or if it does,
research support claims claims. There may be not be integrated the sources are not
component) argued in the paper occasional errors, but well within the integrated well.
  very effectively. the sources and paper’s argument. They are not cited
  Quotations and Works Cited conform There may be a few correctly according
  Works Cited to MLA style sheet. errors in MLA to MLA style, nor
  conform to MLA   style.. listed correctly on
  style sheet.     the Works Cited
        page.
Style: Sentence Sentences are clear Sentences are clear Sentences are Sentences aren’t
structure and varied in but may lack generally clear but clear
  pattern, from simple variation; a few may may have awkward  
  to complex, with be awkward and there structure or unclear  
  excellent use of may be a few content; there may  
  punctuation. punctuation errors. be patterns of  
      punctuation errors.  
Style: Word There is clear use of There is an attempt at There is little No attempt at style
choice, Tone a personal and a personal style but attempt at style;  
  unique style of style of writing may reads as flat and  
  writing, suited to be awkward or perhaps  
  audience and unsuited to audience uninteresting in  
  purpose; the paper and purpose; the content, which is  
  holds the reader’s reader may lose usually generalized  
  interest with ease. interest in some and clichéd.  
    sections of the paper.    
Style: Details Large amounts of Some use of specific Little use of specific No use of examples
and Examples specific examples examples and examples and  
  and detailed detailed descriptions. details; mostly  
  descriptions. May have extended generalized  
    examples that go on examples and little  
    for too long. description.  
Grammar & Excellent grammar, A few errors in Shows a pattern of Continuous errors
Mechanics spelling, syntax and grammar, spelling, errors in spelling,  
  punctuation. syntax and grammar, syntax  
    punctuation, but not and/or punctuation.  
    many. Could also be a sign  
      of lack of proof-  
      reading.  

 

Draft Sexual Harassment Policy

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Human Capital and Policy

Human Capital and Policy
What steps can Congress and state legislatures take to alleviate a serious national shortage of skilled providers? Research suggests medical errors have been linked to inadequate staffing (i.e., quantity and quality of skilled personnel). What steps would you take to mitigate shortages?

Human Capital and Policy

RUBRIC:

Introduction

1) Name of the article, 2) Explanation of problem being addressed, 3) Provision of problem statement for the article

Grading Rubric for Writing Assignment

Your professor may use a slightly different rubric, but the standard rubric at AUR will assess your writing according to the following standards:

 

 

  A (4) B (3) C (2) D/F (1/0)
Focus: Purpose Purpose is clear Shows awareness of purpose Shows limited awareness of purpose No awareness
Main idea Clearly presents a There is a main idea Vague sense of a No main idea
  main idea and supported throughout main idea, weakly  
  supports it most of the paper. supported  
  throughout the   throughout the  
  paper.   paper.  
Organization: Well-planned and Good overall There is a sense of No sense of
Overall well-thought out. organization, includes organization, organization
  Includes title, the main although some of the  
  introduction, organizational tools. organizational tools  
  statement of main   are used weakly or  
  idea, transitions and   Missing  
  conclusion.      
Organization: All paragraphs have Most paragraphs have Some paragraphs Para. lack clear ideas
Paragraphs clear ideas, are clear ideas, are have clear ideas,  
  supported with supported with some support from  
  examples and have examples and have examples may be  
  smooth transitions. transitions. missing and  
      transitions are weak.  
Content Exceptionally well- Well-presented and Content is sound and Content is not sound
  presented and argued; ideas are solid; ideas are  
  argued; ideas are detailed, developed present but not  
  detailed, well- and supported with particularly  
  developed, evidence and details, developed or  
  supported with mostly specific. supported; some  
  specific evidence &   evidence, but  
  facts, as well as   usually of a  
  examples and   generalized nature.  
  specific details.      
Research (if Sources are Sources are well Sources support The paper does not
assignment exceptionally well- integrated and some claims made in use adequate
includes a integrated and they support the paper’s the paper, but might research or if it does,
research support claims claims. There may be not be integrated the sources are not
component) argued in the paper occasional errors, but well within the integrated well.
  very effectively. the sources and paper’s argument. They are not cited
  Quotations and Works Cited conform There may be a few correctly according
  Works Cited to MLA style sheet. errors in MLA to MLA style, nor
  conform to MLA   style.. listed correctly on
  style sheet.     the Works Cited
        page.
Style: Sentence Sentences are clear Sentences are clear Sentences are Sentences aren’t
structure and varied in but may lack generally clear but clear
  pattern, from simple variation; a few may may have awkward  
  to complex, with be awkward and there structure or unclear  
  excellent use of may be a few content; there may  
  punctuation. punctuation errors. be patterns of  
      punctuation errors.  
Style: Word There is clear use of There is an attempt at There is little No attempt at style
choice, Tone a personal and a personal style but attempt at style;  
  unique style of style of writing may reads as flat and  
  writing, suited to be awkward or perhaps  
  audience and unsuited to audience uninteresting in  
  purpose; the paper and purpose; the content, which is  
  holds the reader’s reader may lose usually generalized  
  interest with ease. interest in some and clichéd.  
    sections of the paper.    
Style: Details Large amounts of Some use of specific Little use of specific No use of examples
and Examples specific examples examples and examples and  
  and detailed detailed descriptions. details; mostly  
  descriptions. May have extended generalized  
    examples that go on examples and little  
    for too long. description.  
Grammar & Excellent grammar, A few errors in Shows a pattern of Continuous errors
Mechanics spelling, syntax and grammar, spelling, errors in spelling,  
  punctuation. syntax and grammar, syntax  
    punctuation, but not and/or punctuation.  
    many. Could also be a sign  
      of lack of proof-  
      reading.  

 

Human Capital and Policy

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Pay Structure Policy for Organization

Pay Structure Policy for Organization

Write 3- to 5-page paper (1100 words) in APA style with three to five citations. Include the following points:

How does the HR department determine the pay structure policy for the organization?
What factors does the organization consider when determining salaries and wages?
Does the organization provide financial incentives for employee performance? If so, how is it calculated? If the organization does not provide any financial incentives, does the lack of this practice seem effective in supporting performance? Why or why not?
What benefits does the organization provide employees? Are these perceived as adequate? Why or why not?
Grading Rubric:

Pay structure policy
You expertly explain how the HR department determines the pay structure policy for the organization.
Salary and wage factors
You authoritatively explain the factors that the organization considers when determining salaries and wages.
Financial incentives
If the organization provides financial incentives, you comprehensively explain how they are calculated; if the organization does not provide financial incentives, you comprehensively explain whether the lack of incentives seems effective in supporting performance and why or why not.
Benefits
You astutely describe the benefits that the organization provides employees, whether they are perceived as adequate, and why or why not.
Content development
You use carefully chosen, authoritative, and compelling content that demonstrates mastery of the subject; provides an advanced and thoughtful analysis of ideas; presents an in-depth synthesis of ideas demonstrating insight and interpretation; and includes meticulous references to readings wherever necessary.
Organization
You lucidly organize material into well-formed paragraphs and arrange ideas logically to support the purpose of the paper; writing is fluid with an explicit focus and sensible structure.
Evidence
You support points and subpoints with abundant clarifying detail, include relevant and clearly attributed sources as necessary, and effectively link ideas; comprehensive evidence extends ideas and fully authenticates the purpose/thesis of the writing assignment or paper.
Sources and documentation
You clearly and effectively document sources of information with in-text citations linking to References at the end of the paper; APA format is complete and entirely accurate.
Mechanics
You write in complete, well-constructed sentences with faultless grammar, word choice, punctuation, and spelling; writing is sharp, coherent, and demonstrates sophisticated clarity.

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Policy and a Law

Policy and a Law
Organizations must abide by federal, state, and local laws and regulations. Breaking the law may have consequences such as fines, lawsuits, and even shutdown of corporate facilities. To maintain compliance, organizations develop policies that guide the ethical behavior of employees. In order to explore the differences between laws and policies, please discuss the following:
Describe the difference between a policy and a law and provide an example of each.
Does a company policy override a local, state, or federal law or does a local, state, or federal law override a company policy? Provide justification for your reasoning.
Research and describe an example of an incident when a company broke a federal, state, or local law. What were the consequences of breaking the law? What policies did the company change because of the incident?

Grading Rubric for Writing Assignment

Your professor may use a slightly different rubric, but the standard rubric at AUR will assess your writing according to the following standards:

 

 

  A (4) B (3) C (2) D/F (1/0)
Focus: Purpose Purpose is clear Shows awareness of purpose Shows limited awareness of purpose No awareness
Main idea Clearly presents a There is a main idea Vague sense of a No main idea
  main idea and supported throughout main idea, weakly  
  supports it most of the paper. supported  
  throughout the   throughout the  
  paper.   paper.  
Organization: Well-planned and Good overall There is a sense of No sense of
Overall well-thought out. organization, includes organization, organization
  Includes title, the main although some of the  
  introduction, organizational tools. organizational tools  
  statement of main   are used weakly or  
  idea, transitions and   Missing  
  conclusion.      
Organization: All paragraphs have Most paragraphs have Some paragraphs Para. lack clear ideas
Paragraphs clear ideas, are clear ideas, are have clear ideas,  
  supported with supported with some support from  
  examples and have examples and have examples may be  
  smooth transitions. transitions. missing and  
      transitions are weak.  
Content Exceptionally well- Well-presented and Content is sound and Content is not sound
  presented and argued; ideas are solid; ideas are  
  argued; ideas are detailed, developed present but not  
  detailed, well- and supported with particularly  
  developed, evidence and details, developed or  
  supported with mostly specific. supported; some  
  specific evidence &   evidence, but  
  facts, as well as   usually of a  
  examples and   generalized nature.  
  specific details.      
Research (if Sources are Sources are well Sources support The paper does not
assignment exceptionally well- integrated and some claims made in use adequate
includes a integrated and they support the paper’s the paper, but might research or if it does,
research support claims claims. There may be not be integrated the sources are not
component) argued in the paper occasional errors, but well within the integrated well.
  very effectively. the sources and paper’s argument. They are not cited
  Quotations and Works Cited conform There may be a few correctly according
  Works Cited to MLA style sheet. errors in MLA to MLA style, nor
  conform to MLA   style.. listed correctly on
  style sheet.     the Works Cited
        page.
Style: Sentence Sentences are clear Sentences are clear Sentences are Sentences aren’t
structure and varied in but may lack generally clear but clear
  pattern, from simple variation; a few may may have awkward  
  to complex, with be awkward and there structure or unclear  
  excellent use of may be a few content; there may  
  punctuation. punctuation errors. be patterns of  
      punctuation errors.  
Style: Word There is clear use of There is an attempt at There is little No attempt at style
choice, Tone a personal and a personal style but attempt at style;  
  unique style of style of writing may reads as flat and  
  writing, suited to be awkward or perhaps  
  audience and unsuited to audience uninteresting in  
  purpose; the paper and purpose; the content, which is  
  holds the reader’s reader may lose usually generalized  
  interest with ease. interest in some and clichéd.  
    sections of the paper.    
Style: Details Large amounts of Some use of specific Little use of specific No use of examples
and Examples specific examples examples and examples and  
  and detailed detailed descriptions. details; mostly  
  descriptions. May have extended generalized  
    examples that go on examples and little  
    for too long. description.  
Grammar & Excellent grammar, A few errors in Shows a pattern of Continuous errors
Mechanics spelling, syntax and grammar, spelling, errors in spelling,  
  punctuation. syntax and grammar, syntax  
    punctuation, but not and/or punctuation.  
    many. Could also be a sign  
      of lack of proof-  
      reading.  

 

Policy and a Law

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Force And Chain Of Custody Policy

Force And Chain Of Custody Policy

The Chief of Police of a law enforcement agency has a lot of responsibilities. Some of the duties include managing the daily operations of the police department as well as creating new and reviewing old administrative policies. For this final assignment, assume you are the Chief of Police of a law enforcement agency.

Begin by researching and reviewing administrative policies on the use of deadly force and Chain of Custody of two police departments of your choice. Then, write current and new policies on both the use of deadly force and Chain of Custody for your own police department. The policies should cover when an officer can use deadly force and how the police department handles the occurrence after the officer has used lethal force. Be sure to explain, in detail, how evidence should be handled as it relates to Chain of Custody.

Support your assignment with at least seven scholarly resources. In addition to these specified resources, other appropriate scholarly resources, including seminal articles, may be included.
Length: 12-15 pages, not including title and reference pages
Force And Chain Of Custody Policy

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Grading Rubric for Writing Assignment

Your professor may use a slightly different rubric, but the standard rubric at AUR will assess your writing according to the following standards:

 

 

  A (4) B (3) C (2) D/F (1/0)
Focus: Purpose Purpose is clear Shows awareness of purpose Shows limited awareness of purpose No awareness
Main idea Clearly presents a There is a main idea Vague sense of a No main idea
  main idea and supported throughout main idea, weakly  
  supports it most of the paper. supported  
  throughout the   throughout the  
  paper.   paper.  
Organization: Well-planned and Good overall There is a sense of No sense of
Overall well-thought out. organization, includes organization, organization
  Includes title, the main although some of the  
  introduction, organizational tools. organizational tools  
  statement of main   are used weakly or  
  idea, transitions and   Missing  
  conclusion.      
Organization: All paragraphs have Most paragraphs have Some paragraphs Para. lack clear ideas
Paragraphs clear ideas, are clear ideas, are have clear ideas,  
  supported with supported with some support from  
  examples and have examples and have examples may be  
  smooth transitions. transitions. missing and  
      transitions are weak.  
Content Exceptionally well- Well-presented and Content is sound and Content is not sound
  presented and argued; ideas are solid; ideas are  
  argued; ideas are detailed, developed present but not  
  detailed, well- and supported with particularly  
  developed, evidence and details, developed or  
  supported with mostly specific. supported; some  
  specific evidence &   evidence, but  
  facts, as well as   usually of a  
  examples and   generalized nature.  
  specific details.      
Research (if Sources are Sources are well Sources support The paper does not
assignment exceptionally well- integrated and some claims made in use adequate
includes a integrated and they support the paper’s the paper, but might research or if it does,
research support claims claims. There may be not be integrated the sources are not
component) argued in the paper occasional errors, but well within the integrated well.
  very effectively. the sources and paper’s argument. They are not cited
  Quotations and Works Cited conform There may be a few correctly according
  Works Cited to MLA style sheet. errors in MLA to MLA style, nor
  conform to MLA   style.. listed correctly on
  style sheet.     the Works Cited
        page.
Style: Sentence Sentences are clear Sentences are clear Sentences are Sentences aren’t
structure and varied in but may lack generally clear but clear
  pattern, from simple variation; a few may may have awkward  
  to complex, with be awkward and there structure or unclear  
  excellent use of may be a few content; there may  
  punctuation. punctuation errors. be patterns of  
      punctuation errors.  
Style: Word There is clear use of There is an attempt at There is little No attempt at style
choice, Tone a personal and a personal style but attempt at style;  
  unique style of style of writing may reads as flat and  
  writing, suited to be awkward or perhaps  
  audience and unsuited to audience uninteresting in  
  purpose; the paper and purpose; the content, which is  
  holds the reader’s reader may lose usually generalized  
  interest with ease. interest in some and clichéd.  
    sections of the paper.    
Style: Details Large amounts of Some use of specific Little use of specific No use of examples
and Examples specific examples examples and examples and  
  and detailed detailed descriptions. details; mostly  
  descriptions. May have extended generalized  
    examples that go on examples and little  
    for too long. description.  
Grammar & Excellent grammar, A few errors in Shows a pattern of Continuous errors
Mechanics spelling, syntax and grammar, spelling, errors in spelling,  
  punctuation. syntax and grammar, syntax  
    punctuation, but not and/or punctuation.  
    many. Could also be a sign  
      of lack of proof-  
      reading.  

 

Policy Regulation Fact Sheet

Policy Regulation Fact Sheet
Assignment: Policy/Regulation Fact Sheet
As a professional nurse, you are expected to apply your expertise to patient care. On occasion,
you will also be expected to share that expertise.
With evolving technology and continuous changes to regulations designed to keep up these
changes, there is usually a need to share information and expertise to inform colleagues,
leadership, patients, and other stakeholders.
In this assignment, you will study a recent nursing informatics-related healthcare policy, and
you will share the relevant details via a fact sheet designed to inform and educate.
To Prepare Policy Regulation Fact Sheet:
 Review the Resources on healthcare policy and regulatory/legislative topics related to
health and nursing informatics.
 Consider the role of the nurse informaticist in relation to a healthcare organization’s
compliance with various policies and regulations, such as the Medicare Access and CHIP
Reauthorization Act (MACRA).
 Research and select one health or nursing informatics policy (within the past 5 years) or
regulation for further study.
The Assignment Policy Regulation Fact Sheet: (1 page not including the title and reference page)
Create a 1-page fact sheet that your healthcare organization could hypothetically use to explain
the health or nursing informatics policy/regulation you selected. Your fact sheet should address
the following:
 Briefly and generally explain the policy or regulation you selected.
 Address the impact of the policy or regulation you selected on system implementation.
 Address the impact of the policy or regulation you selected on clinical care,
patient/provider interactions, and workflow.
 Highlight organizational policies and procedures that are/will be in place at your
healthcare organization to address the policy or regulation you selected. Be specific.
 Use APA format and include a title page, in-text citations, and reference page.
 Use the Safe Assign Drafts to check your match percentage before submitting your work.
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