You are a team leader for the Grantham Inc., a consulting firm for security solutions. Your team is working on a project that involves a governmental project at a nuclear power plant. The information is extremely sensitive, and involves following many regulations. This is giving your team a negative disposition. You found out that John is not paying attention to the details of the regulations like he should. Ebony is an environmentalist and is against working on the contract, but has been assigned the project so the team has a representative that is worried about the environment. Finally, Ibrahim has been very vocal about his opinions of the federal regulations. Your report is due in a week. Using some of the methods learned so far in the class, and some discussed in this week’s lesson, how would you compare and contrast personal and business ethics in this case to get the job done correctly and on time? Be sure and articulate ethical issues in societal and global contexts For your submission, you will need to provide your own thoughts on the assignment, but in third person. Here is a guide to writing in third person as well as an excellent guide on mistakes to avoid in any type of writing. How to write in Third person 7 Common Mistakes Common Mistakes writing in APA Generally, you will use outside materials to support your point. For instance, in this assignment, you obviously will be using a code of ethics as an outside source. Whenever you use other materials, you need to either paraphrase that material or quote it. However, you are not supposed to quote large chunks of the material. Here are two guides on paraphrasing and quoting: · Computer Science Research Guide – Quoting and Paraphrasing · The Writing Center Also, when you use outside materials, you need to let the reader know what materials were used, so if they want to look up more information, they can. This process of letting the reader know what materials are used involves two steps: citing and reference. The citing is done inside the paper or PowerPoint slide and tells the reader which reference is used on the reference page or slide. The reference is all the information the reader needs to go find that resource. There are some standards which organizations and publishers use for referring to these materials so that what they publish is uniform. For instance, the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) is a popular organization for computer science and information systems. They have their own ‘style guide,’ which includes the standards for writing in that organization and for others in computer science. The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) style guide is often used by electrical engineers. The American Psychological Association (APA) style guide is a standard for the liberal arts. Grantham, as a whole, uses this as the standard for all of their general education and many other courses. In this class, you are free to use the ACM, IEEE, or APA way for referencing your materials. Here are some links to show you how to cite and reference the materials in any of the three formats: · Computer Science Research Guide – Writing and Citing · Computer Science Research Guide – Examples · How to easily reference APA with Microsoft Word For your submission, choose ONE of the following ways to answer the above questions. NOTE: In identifying the similarities and differences, you should provide at least a few sentences which explain each of the similarities or differences Write a one-to-two-page paper (not including title page or references, submit as a Word document). Use Times New Roman or Calibri, font size 12, one-inch margins, double-spaced. Don’t forget to cite inside the paper. Be sure to include references at the end. Create an infographic poster or a regular poster and upload as a Word document or PDF. Be creative. You can create an infographic on your own, or create a free Adobe Spark account with your Grantham email here: https://spark.adobe.com 7 Common Types of Infographics How to create a free infographic using Adobe Spark You can also create a poster using paper or poster board, you can even have your friends or family help with the graphics. You will just need to take a picture and upload it as a Word document or PDF. Don’t forget to cite any outside materials within the infographic or poster and have a reference section at the bottom.