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- Your answers should be between Five and seven paragraphs, likely on the higher end to fully meet the requirements.
Introduction paragraph - restate overall essay response, clearly and specifically identify your main points (s)
- Body paragraphs for each topic or question within an essay (at least three paragraphs, often more) -
- Supporting information should include specific examples, concepts, and keywords from online content, textbook, discussions, your personal/professional examples, as well as outside reputable sources
- Summary and conclusion paragraph
At the very end of each essay, include the full references of all sources, along with their associated web (APA STYLE)
Question - 1 What challenges do corporate chief information, security or information officers face? Discuss the changes that have emerged in the past several years in terms of their responsibilities. Discuss some solutions to complex problems that have been achieved?
Question -2 The text discusses the FDA's review of new pharmaceutical drugs and devices prior to their introduction. Find a current example of a drug under FDA review, or recently reviewed by the FDA, and examine the FDA's decision. Discuss. Then compare/contrast the criteria that the FDA should use to the criteria it does use when determining if the benefits of a new medicine outweigh the risks.
Question -3 Discuss the arguments for and against affirmative action in business. Provide your opinion, as well. Finally, generate an approach that would meet the objectives of the supporters of affirmative action while also addressing the concerns of its critics
Question -4 Survey U.S.-based companies and/or organizations to identify those that have codes of ethics, officers, hot lines, training programs, etc. Then, craft your own code of ethics, which will govern your behavior in the MBA program. After you craft this code, dissect it into phrases and or concepts to show what resources from your research helped you derive the phrases/concepts. Discuss why you chose the words and concepts and why your code reads the way it does. Support your discussion with evidence from reputable resources, as well as content and concepts from the text.