The Ethics Of The Texas Department Of Public Safety

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There are several approaches to organizational management, the first includes formulating a plan, blueprint, or roadmap to make the intended function or process work, selecting a team needed to analyze the business or organization’s primary functions, and devise a matrix needed to manage the different roles, responsibilities, and positions within the business or organization. These approaches to organizational management are based on management theories, the assumptions that companies can control their future, and predict the outcome. The “concepts and tools relating to organizational and process efficiency” were had its roots traced from scientific management experts who worked on streamlining the way work was performed” (Pryor, et al., 2011, p. 964). The “Texas Department of Public Safety” (DPS) has the responsibility of protecting and serving the citizens of the State of Texas from a variety of risks, threats, and hazards. The State of Texas embraces a methodical approach when addressing threats against the public, public safety, and following threats faced by Americans; cyber threats, terrorism : crime, manmade and natural disasters, industrial accidents, and public health threats” (DPS, 2016). In addition to the Highway Patrol and the Texas Rangers, DPS has added four additional headquarter bureaus, such as Communications, Education, Identification and Records, and the Counter Intelligence Department. What started as a highway patrol agency is now a full agency

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