Questions About Policy To Think On
A significant aspect to what SACPS.org is about pertains to ‘People Are Policy’ and what is your worldview in regard to policy development. Policy is not just a government thing. It is a part of every aspect of life. Policy is the result of problem solving most often recognized in business and of course government.
Here are some questions to ask yourself, as you get ready to join in the discussions of the Caulkers Club:
- Am I a policy maker?
- How do I think through solving a problem?
- Do my decisions on solving a problem really affect others?
- Are there problems that I talk about with my friends that we think we can fix better than others?
- Why do you believe you have the right answer for a problem? What information do you have that is better then someone else?
- What is it about you that has made you believe what you do? Where did you learn to think about the problem like you do: your opinion, your feelings, your attitude, as well as the approach you have to the problem?
- What do you know about the way the Founders of America solved business and governance problems?
- Are the basic, underlying, problems of family, business and society the same today as when America was founded?
- What do I know about the Constitution (Quiz on the Constitution and Governance) that would impact how I solve problems for society?
These are some beginning questions to get your thoughts ready to explore how ‘People Are Policy’ and that Founders Original Intent for policy making is very related and on-topic for our present time.