QA4ODFL1 (PAC) Understanding policy

in addition , i think policies communicate the values and vision of the organisation , ensuring everyone understands what si expected of them.

A policy is a course or principle of action adopted or proposed by an organization or individual. It is also defined as purposive set of actions (or inactions) that are taken to address an identified social problem or issue

A policy is a course or principle of action adopted or proposed by an organization or individual. It provides general parameters for the decision maker rather than specifics on what exactly should or should not be done. In education, policy provides general directions on who should provide education, under what conditions they should provide it, how that education should be funded, who should participate in education, what outcomes should be achieved and how those outcomes should be measured.

well broken down. Thank you for sharing.

Policy is a directive given by a government, organisation on how things will be done; it usually comes in form of written plans that lay a basis for making decisions.

i could add that Policies also provide instructions and guidelines for the policy makers themselves.

I like this definition. It’s straight to the point!

Understanding policy is crucial because it impacts every aspect of our lives. It shapes the rules and regulations that govern our communities, businesses, and governments. By understanding policy, we can better comprehend the reasons behind certain laws and decisions. This knowledge enables us to engage in informed discussions, advocate for change, and participate in the democratic process. Understanding policy also helps us navigate complex issues and contribute to the creation of better, more equitable policies for society.