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Literature Resource Center

Our literature resource center offers a brief overview and introduction to world literature. While many English-language literature courses focus solely on novels written by English-speaking writers and from a Western-perspective, world literature courses take a global perspective, including novels written about different countries and novels by authors who were raised in those countries along with novels written by English-speaking authors about the English-speaking world. Taken as a whole, these novels offer insight into life around the globe. World Literature Reading List World literature reading lists change from university to university and professor to professor, but here are some of the Continue Reading...

Learning Organization

& Marquardt, M. (2016). Action Leadership and Learning Development. Advances in developing human resources, 318-333. Quinn, D., Amer, Y., & Lonie, A. (2012). Leading change: Applying change management approaches to engage students in blended learning. Australasian Journal of Education technology, 16-29. Shah, N., Irani, Z., & Sharif, A. (2016). Big data in an HR context: Exploring organizational change readiness, employee attitudes and behaviors. Journal of Business Research. Continue Reading...

Quantitative Research

the articles are relevant with previous studies and theories described. The paper selectively limits its literature review to resources most pertinent to the subject. Some sections of the article are composed based on prior analyses. For instance, it states that Donovan and Hagan's (2012) concept analysis defined the term 'self-advocacy' among cancer survivors, as a major antecedent characteristic internalization, which entails offering assistance and promoting cancer-related policies and awareness, for meeting disease-related challenges (p. 141). In general, the article assesses research works that revolve around the topic, and explains, recapitulates, appraises, and corroborates this literature collection. It offers a conceptual… Continue Reading...

Amazon Communication Plan

adjustments Official implementation All stakeholders Congratulations to the team -Email September 30 References Austin, M. (2016). Communication Strategies. Australian National University. Retrieved 28 August, 2016 from:https://services.anu.edu.au/human- resources/learn/organisational-change/communication-strategies Baker, S. L. (1987). Managing resistance to change. Allerton Park Institute (29th: 1987). LaMarsh Global. (2014). 4 Action Plans to Address Resistance to Change. Retrieved 28 August, 2016 from: http://www.lamarsh.com/4-action-plans-address-resistance-change-managed-change-insights/ Matos Marques Simoes, P., &Esposito, M. (2014). Improving change management: How communication nature influences resistance to change. Journal of Management Development, 33(4), 324-341. McKay, K., Kuntz, J. R., & Naswall, K. (2013). The effect of affective commitment, communication and participation on resistance to change: The role of change readiness. New… Continue Reading...

Organizational or Systemic Change

consider when implementing change? Strategic Intervention Leadership application: Pucko and Cater (2010) claim that although a well-designed strategy, human resources, and an effective and sound competency pool, are highly vital to the success of a strategy, ineffective leadership forms a key barrier to effective implementation. The executive board and Chief Executive should concentrate on the numerous organizational interfaces. One of the main challenges to effective execution of organizational strategy is guaranteeing workforce buy-in as well as channelling their business understanding and capabilities towards corporate change. Thus, effective leadership is the most important factor of all. A second viewpoint claims that ineffective… Continue Reading...

Ecologising Education Now and in the Future

one-time use-and-throw articles are dumped in water bodies, buried, or incinerated (Scott and Gough, 2003). Such a culture consumes resources like fossil fuels and trees more swiftly than it is able to replace them. As sustainable development principles aren't, at present, interwoven into governmental policy and everyday life, eco-literacy can grow into a key "bottom-up" factor in ensuring community-based sustainability. Ecologising education can mold and inspire ethics and behaviors supporting a well-informed public with a political desire to attain sustainability for the long run (Wals, Shallcross, Robinson and Pace, 2006). Refocusing of education for encompassing sustainability necessitates extra funding.… Continue Reading...

Explanation Of Unions Pamphlet

presence has been on a great decline over recent years and decades resources to Consult • AFL-CIO Website - http://www.aflcio.org/ • Pros & Cons of Union Membership - http://www.bankrate.com/finance/personal-finance/pros-cons-union-jobs-1.aspx • The Decline of Unions is a Middle-Class Problem - http://www.forbes.com/sites/mikecollins/2015/03/19/the-decline-of-unions-is-a-middle-class-problem/#115bc65618be • Political spending by unions far exceeds direct donations - http://www.wsj.com/articles/SB10001424052702304782404577488584031850026 • Unions and the divorcing of reward from merit - http://www.frontpagemag.com/fpm/86012/unions-and-divorcing-reward-merit-evan-sayet Continue Reading...

Special Education in Miami Dade

Elementary Special Education Teachers Place Value in the use of Technology resources for Students? Technology is an integral part of society. People share and communicate ideas using emails, Skype, and public/private forums. For numerous organizations and businesses technology is a must to increase productivity. This is why schools have begun the process of creating an environment that immerses staff and students in technology, with school administrators taking on the technological transition (Garland & Tadeja, 2013). Technology investment within schools not only enables varied learning opportunities for students, but it also helps students discover… Continue Reading...

Engaging Employees in Change Process

the process, remove any obstacles, encourage learning, work with the stakeholders, provide the required resources, manage any resistance rapidly and assess the progress (Herold, Fedor, Caldwell, & Liu, 2008). Communicate frequently and early. Front and middle level leaders should be the main communicators to the staff members. The communication process needs to be consistent and frequent. All those whom the transition will affect should understand the contents and reason for the change, when it will happen as well as the impact of transition. Do not force the transition on your organization; instead, engage your staff in the issue. Ask… Continue Reading...

Autodine Restaurants Business Plan

2003). Physical controls are also vital in the protection of the company's assets and resources. One of the ways in which the restaurant business will implement this is through setting up alarms to evade any break-ins into the place of operation. In addition, the storage cabinets together with any warehouses for inventory and also important company records will be locked at all times with authority given to specific individuals. Third of all, there will be the use of safes and vaults to ensure the safety of business papers and cash generated from transactions. In addition, there will be the use… Continue Reading...

Walmarts International Business

operating in 28 nations, there is no doubt that Walmart has a substantial impact on natural resources, employees, and the environment. In assessing its international operations, Walmart espoused a sustainability program in which it refurbished the whole lot from construction materials to light bulbs. So as to grow into an eco-friendlier firm, Walmart designed new stores to be more energy efficient and emit less greenhouse gases. In addition, the firm incorporated solar panels to several of its retail stores, fitted fuel-saving equipment in its convoy of vehicles, and enhanced its channelling system to curtail fuel consumption (University Alliance, 2013).… Continue Reading...

Social Bonding Theory

attachment element. The next social bonding facet -- commitment -- denotes the cumulative investment of resources, time, and energy in performing conforming activities (for instance, attending college or going to work). Such investments are considered investments in conformism. Hirschi's theory of social bonding postulates that people having sound commitments will try to refrain from putting them in jeopardy by participating in deviant activities. In case of college-goers, their devotion to receiving higher education forms a salient aspect of their life. Indicators of devotion to getting educated include GPA (grade point average) and academic orientation. A number of fresh research works… Continue Reading...

How Does Heroin Impact a Caucasian Family

mothers (and other influential women in the family) as key resources for the treatment and prevention of drug abuse is crucial. A Caucasian male drug addict can negatively impact his non-drug dependent spouse's life by subjecting her to a strained interpersonal relationship, physical abuse, child abuse, emotional instability, economic insecurity, increased risks of contracting STDs, and denial of child education (United Nations Drug Control Programme, 1995).   Physiological and Psychological Factors It is a well-known fact that drug abuse by a family member impacts the rest of the family (including kids) both directly and indirectly. While the chief focus… Continue Reading...

Analyzing Critical Criminology

good chance that the CEO will get off in a hush because he has the resources. They might even get off the hook in ''mystery''. On the other hand, the junior worker is likely to experience the full wrath of the law. His act of criminal deviance is also likely to receive a lot of publicity. Since social conflict theory is focused on inequality issues, a significant element in this narrative is that the punishment meted out in this case is disproportionate, despite the similarity of the crime committed. In a similar scenario, figure out a situation in which… Continue Reading...

Analyzing Organizational Change

capable of streamlining corporate aims and objectives, and assessing management operations using physical resources. • Human resources; Managers, employees and external stakeholders who are involved in the many processes associated with operation restructuring. Interaction and participation of the above entities is vital. Such motivation leads to active engagement and information-grasping. • Target Oriented; Organizational change plays a role in company growth, and one among the most effective methodologies is providing an outcome-based timeline. Such a structure and human resource allocation guarantees progression of implemented policies and approaches in the right direction. A cultural or behavioral (workforce's emotional attitude) obstacle… Continue Reading...

Solving Amazons Turnover Problem

levels, the company will not be able to implement change. The head of human resources has to therefore make a personal appeal to the CEO to champion the plan. If the CEO buys in, then as per Amazon's culture the rest of the company will fall into line. Changing the CEO's mind might require a coalition that includes a number of other senior executives, not just HR but operations and finance as well, who represent other major stakeholders. Finance is actually quite important because the change has to be framed as being in the best interests of the shareholders… Continue Reading...

The Workplace and Corporate Culture Of Honeywell

and responsibility and reduces employees' need to lean on others for support, time or other valuable resources that could be expended elsewhere (Inside Honeywell, 2016). Along with these goals in the attention-to-detail strategy of the company's workplace culture is the objective of always providing optimal customer satisfaction. With customer satisfaction as a main driver of worker conduct, the employee is pushed to take extreme care in handling every order, every consumer request, and every detail that comes his or her way. Six Sigma helps to promote this objective -- but so too does the organizational culture that Honeywell promotes… Continue Reading...

Children Of Divorce and How They Can Be Helped

aggression in middle school students. Child Development, 82(1): 146-161. Harpaz, R. (2014). Narrative Knowing: Narrative and storytelling resources in art therapy. Narrative Matters 2014: Narrative Knowing/Recit et Savoir, Paris, France. Hetherington, E., Cox, M., Cox, R. (1985). Long-term effects of divorce and remarriage on the adjustment of children. Journal of the American Academy of Child Psychiatry, 24(5): 518-530. Joshi, H., Connelly, R., Rosenberg, R. (2014). Family Structure and Stability. In: Millennium Cohort Study Initial Findings from the Age 11 Survey. London: Centre for Longitudinal Studies, Institute of Education. Mahalle, S., Zakaria, G., Nawi, A. (2014). Moral education through play therapy.… Continue Reading...

Supply Chain Management

with knowledge and skills to efficiently and effectively manage staff, resources and projects so that I execute my role as a supply chain manger well. I will have an extensive comprehension of supply chains, logistics and procurement processes. I will consistently employ best practices so as to increase efficiency, cut costs and improve performance while still delivering high quality results in the set timelines. I am now looking to take on a challenging new managerial role. The role will help me grow professionally and ensure I use the experience and skills I have gained throughout my career well and… Continue Reading...

Planning the Future at Galaxy Toys

& Jones, 2013). Effective planning also ensures better utilization of organizational resources (Wittman & Reuter, 2008). With reference to Galaxy Toys, an American toy manufacturing company, this paper explores the planning process. In the first part, a SWOT analysis of the company is provided, along with a choice and justification of the best long-term planning decision for the company. In the second part, the paper differentiates between goals and objectives based on a formulated list of goals and objectives. Part One: SWOT Analysis and Long-Term Planning Founded in 1956 by George Jepson and his wife, Galaxy is involved in… Continue Reading...

Project Data

Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP), and participant donor software companies. FEP resources back growth-focused fundraising initiatives. The Gig (Growth in Giving) program endeavors to increase philanthropy's GDP (gross domestic product) share. This initiative has assumed the shape of a large umbrella agency, in tandem with the development of the novel Gig Database (with its considerable research capacity). At present, over 6,000 nonprofits are now participating in the effort. Data/Variables An Excel-based, downloadable Fundraising Fitness Assessment has been developed by the FEP, enabling nonprofit entities' fundraising program measurement and evaluation against a collection of more than one hundred performance indicators… Continue Reading...

Ethical Principles and Code Of Conduct Among Psychologists

factual aspects of the study as I identified differently from the different sources encountered. The resources in Ashford University Library and the Ashford Writing Center were useful in accessing the specific topic and the field of study, and providing important information that answered the research questions effectively. For future assignments, resources are multifaceted and I recommend further reading on them. WEEK 2 The school of thought chosen is behaviorism. The theorist associated with behaviorism and chosen for the study is B. F. Skinner, who proposed and focused on operant conditioning. Skinner purposed on using the operant conditioning to change… Continue Reading...

New Generation by Solzhenitsyn Review

He didn't oppose wealth, riches and property, but he strongly held that such resources could not be an end in themselves. He argued that pursuit of wealth and material largesse was changing humanity to become empty shells, and thus worthless. Solzhenitsyn reiterates that the new generation of youth had something and truth that could be fully understood (5). Solzhenitsyn, in his submission, states that agreeing to the view that humans form the benchmark for judging all else is his flaw. Such defects as pride, self-interest and vanity are conspicuous traits. We can now see the inherent blunders in the… Continue Reading...

Project Management Fundamentals

any project often involves challenges. These challenges particularly relate to planning activities, allocating resources, as well as managing time and activity duration (Meredith and Mantel, 2011). In this case, the two major challenges include: shifting to the system with little or no interruption to daily business activities and installing the new system throughout the geographically dispersed stores. Project management literature provides a number of techniques that can be used to overcome this challenge, such as the work breakdown structure (WBS) and the project schedule (Kerzner, 2009; Meredith and Mantel, 2011). A WBS would be important in ensuring the new… Continue Reading...

Open Source Software

model which allows academic institutions to merge technical and financial resources. Additionally, a vast consumer base offers various testing settings for the novel OSS (Spinellis & Giannikas, 2012). OSS products are normally more dependable and are developed and upgraded continuously, which is why one must be liberal in funding their development, as they offer a more economical means to circumvent the challenges posed by e-learning software. The dimension of OSS has grown in the recent past especially with the introduction of new OSS: Web 2.0. Web 2.0 covers a collection of practices and technologies which have redefined the Internet… Continue Reading...

Nursing Practitioner

Regulation. retrieved September 21, 2016, from http://www.differencebetween.net/miscellaneous/difference-between-legislation-and-regulation/ Licensure vs. Certification (n.d.). Retrieved September 21, 2016, from https://www.fsmtb.org/media/1128/member-boards-agencies-member-services-government-relations- resources-licensure-v-certification.pdf Wandrei, K. (2016). The difference between the certification & licensing of a health care professional. Retrieved September 21, 2016, from http://oureverydaylife.com/difference-between-certification-licensing-health-care-professional-35642.html Continue Reading...

Continuous Change and Diversity

among those working in the organization. It is the job of leaders to make the necessary resources available like additional training and the recruiting and hiring of 'international managers' to enable positive growth within this area. Leaders must recognize the need for cultural and social diversity as well as the need to change organizational behaviors that do not correlate with this mindset. Otherwise, it would prove detrimental to the organization as the potential for a positive image and innovation could be thwarted and decreased due to such behavior. References McFarlin, D. & Sweeney, P. (2012). International organizational behavior. London:… Continue Reading...

Strategic Resource Management Hewlett Packard Enterprise

An effectively-designed system offers a summary of HR shortcomings and fortes for supporting this aim. Activity 2: Management of Physical resources HP's objectives against the physical resources needed Objective Physical resources Required Profit: Attaining maximum possible levels of profit. • Land, structures, water resource and the right to use it • Production equipment and machinery • Distribution vehicles and networks • Information technology hardware and equipment • Point-of-sale (POS) systems Customers. Striving for constant advancement in company offering (i.e., services and products) quality, value, and utility • Production equipment and machinery • Distribution vehicles and networks • POS systems Field… Continue Reading...

Hiv and Aids

for those who are at risk of contracting HIV and channeling resources to areas and interventions that can make the biggest impact. CDC supports the plan and is working to ensure its plans are responsive and consistent with the NHAS. Evolution and Current Status (Prevalence) Prevalence refers to the population of people at any given moment who are infected. At the end of the year 2012, approximately 1.2 million people over the age 13 were living with HIV in the U.S. 12.8% percent of them, 156,300, had not yet been diagnosed (CDC, 2015). How the Public Health Topic Identified… Continue Reading...

Policy Evaluation

caregivers, parents. It seeks to promote active, strong and inclusive communities accompanied with efficient utilization of resources. Evaluation data is important in planning and developing programs and policies, enhance the implementation aspect, draw judgments and conclusions concerning outcomes and effects and assist in making decisions about resource allocation. The evaluation process promotes decision-making that is based on evidence, improvement of systems, innovation and accountability. Some of the common contexts in which evaluation is done include school, funding bodies and program requirements stipulated by external parties. Each of these aspects should be inspired by the principles of evaluation in general.… Continue Reading...

Public Health Case Study

knowledge, access and education, in addition to different types of material resources). Autonomy Critics of public health slam it for its indifference towards individuals and, particularly, towards personal autonomy (criticizing, for instance, collectivist and paternalist health policies, management of contagious diseases, vaccination and screening programs, and so forth). Several other factors were presumed to be working too, like the growing linkage between public health workers and operative healthcare organizations. Ultimately, no matter what, the outcome was the emergence of precisely what medical ethicists claimed was lacking in public health. In the eighties and nineties, a public health trend of… Continue Reading...

Generational Differences in Social Media Usage

research problem. Support your insights with academic citations from the Learning resources. Social science researchers can use a wide array of tools to gain fresh insights into the phenomenon of social change, including qualitative research tools that use various theoretical perspectives (Hansen, 2009). Most of these research tools conceptualize social construction as "how the physical aspects of the world are seen to have independent existence [and] how the world is perceived (reality)" (Hansen, 2009, p. 6). Some of the more popular research strategies for developing new insights into the social world include those that stress "human interpretation, inductive reasoning,… Continue Reading...

Business Land Scarcity in Hong Kong

of the costs and benefits should provide guidelines on the possible sources of such resources and their limits (Bertaud 1997). In the absence of such an expansion of the land market, the perception that land supply is fixed in such a robust and dynamic economy could trigger a speculative land bubble that could in turn damage the economy of Hong Kong in the future and negatively affect the s List of references Bertaud, A., 1997. Measuring Constraints on Land Supply: The Case of Hong Kong. World Bank, Processed. Hong Kong housing shortage: Leung Chun-ying plans to increase land supply… Continue Reading...

Different but Related Accounting Scenarios

the overhead and other costs would be proportionately distributed based on sales, resources committed and so forth. Indeed, taking a high level approach when it comes to internal income statements is important. However, drilling down and figuring out what is working, what is not and so forth from revenue and profit margin standpoints is crucial when it comes to making the proper business decisions. Another way of looking at this topic is that an income statement, internal or external, for a service company is going to be quite different from that of a merchandising or manufacturing company (Investopedia, 2016).… Continue Reading...

Sustainable Design Of Sports Venues

The LEED certification assists in reducing the environmental pollution by encouraging resources and energy-efficient buildings. The goal of LEED program is to reduce the environmental impact that building constructions produce by using measures such as waste reduction techniques, high-efficiency lighting, waterless, and low-flow toilets. "MLB's Washington Nationals Park was the first stadium to achieve certification for LEED New Construction in 2008, and facilities across the country are certifying buildings under the New Construction and EBOM (Existing Buildings: Operations and Maintenance) rating systems." (Waste Management, 2014 p 2). Moreover, the Orlando Magic's Amway was the first NBA arena to be… Continue Reading...

Swot Analysis for Nba D-league

that directly readies and prepares them for transitioning to the NBA. What unique or lowest-cost resources can you draw upon that others can't? The D-League can draw upon affiliated teams' resources in the NBA, owners' outlay, professional facilities, professional coaching staff, networks of agents, players, coaches and representatives, and training camps. What do people in your market see as your strengths? The strength of the D-League is that it can take talented players who are not quite ready for NBA-level play and prepare them for NBA-level contests. What factors mean that you "get the sale"? The overwhelming factor is the… Continue Reading...

Remedies for Ptsd and Abusive Relationships

is not an easy task, but a herculean that has endangered the woman and calls for resources that are not readily available. Most survivors stay in abusive relationships with the hope of making things work, and we relate this to Jesse's story and her experiences of looking after the best interests of the children before attempting to solve their broken relationship (Dockterman, 2016). Female victims of domestic violence are held hostage because they find it hard to leave due to concerns over money for upkeep and the welfare of the children plus their mental well-being. Most of the women… Continue Reading...

Sports Management Taxonomy in the Last 20 Years

Sports management is defined as a coordination of technologies, resources, personnel, processes, and situational contingencies to enhance efficient exchange and production of sports services. Typically, sports management is related to other business management that involves planning, organizing, evaluating and using managerial skills to achieve the organizational objectives. Chelladurai, (1993) classifies sports management with references to the services delivered, which include participant services, consumer services, professional services, spectator services, and sponsorship services. The author also points out that the sports management has overlapped the recreation and health administrations leading to the interrelationships with other disciplines. While Chelladurai, (1993) evaluates… Continue Reading...

Birth Defects in Pregnant Woman over 35

consistent. While women should absolutely have the freedom to have children if they desire them and have the resources, doing so beyond the age of 35 has risks that are common and inherent and the precise causes and potential results need to be explored. Literature Review There are so many directions that one could go with the brief literature review that underpins this proposal. However, the author of those proposal will go in directions that are perhaps less traveled and well-known to people that are familiar with this subject. Indeed, one source reveals that evne with the higher propensity… Continue Reading...

Karen Refugees Of America

program participant to employment. These types of organizations help bridge the integration gap by giving troubled populations access to resources that they would otherwise not have. The Karen people in Minnesota and throughout the United States have had difficulty integrating into American society. This also includes the area of education. One article shared the educational experiences of three teenage Karen brother as they visited the Karen diaspora communities in the United States. The study provided insightful information on the various problems Karen refugees have in relation to education. They identified five such challenges. "English language divide, parental involvement in… Continue Reading...

Ending Terrorism in Africa

inhibits efforts to attain the Millennium Development Goals. A lot of resources are focused on reconstructing installations that have been destroyed. Sometimes, there is heavy ransom that is paid to these groups for abductions. There is need for cooperation among African nations if peace and tranquility is to be achieved. Literature Review Findings African countries have made commendable efforts to combat terrorism. Efforts have been made at both local and national levels to eliminate the danger by way of trying to establish the origins of these problems. African Union members states have agreed to adopt conventions and similar instruments… Continue Reading...

Strategic Policy and Planning at Dell Computers

computer technology industry. The good news is that the company has the necessary resources (financial, human, and technical) to take advantage of these opportunities. Corporate-Level and Business-Level Strategies Dell is an ideal definition of a global enterprise. The company has manufacturing facilities in the U.S., China, Malaysia, and Brazil; with its products reaching customers in more than 170 countries around the globe. A major hallmark of the company's corporate strategy is its build-to-order manufacturing model, which is characterized by a remarkably shorter supply chain. Instead of outsourcing contract manufacturers and relying on distributors and retailers, the company assembles its… Continue Reading...

Dome Of St Peters Basilica

resource that can be recommended but it should be used in conjunction with other resources so as to be able to develop a broader understanding of the subject. By itself it is not an adequate source for understanding Brunelleshi's impact on the Renaissance. Yet for it is, it works very well as a primer. PBS. "Filippo Brunelleschi." The Renaissance. Web. 10 Sep 2016. http://www.pbs.org/empires/medici/renaissance/brunelleschi.html This site, organized by PBS, is devoted to the Renaissance. This page in particular focuses on Brunelleschi -- his life and works. It is a helpful site in that it provide background information on the… Continue Reading...

Importance Of Joining Professional Organizations

job vacancies in one's field of interest. Furthermore, most professional organizations provide career resources to their members, especially with regard to cover letter and resume writing, job hunting techniques, how to answer interview questions, as well as career seminars. Being a member of a professional organization also makes one more attractive to employers. Other benefits of joining a professional association include greater access to scholarly information relevant to the profession, increased access to scholarship opportunities, as well as more opportunities for improvement of one's leadership skills. Therefore, subscribing to a professional association would be of immense value to my… Continue Reading...

Change Management

for recommendations. It is necessary to have information of expected resources and industry standards at hand. Needs evaluation procedures should be designed, appraised, communicated, and discussed before making any recommendation. Even tried and tested analyses methods like SWOT (strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats) prove valuable in data collection. Change data is normally analyzed using modern-day technology. More complex analyses may be performed at low costs, and data may be updated constantly for use in the future (Wong, 2016). While several individuals with stakes in an organization may display hostile attitudes towards any proposed change, a failure to implement it… Continue Reading...

Gender Equality

fields where they are dominant such as in nursing and human resources. While some might think this duality is cancelling, it certainly is not. Concurrent to the fact that there is a wage gap when it comes to men and women, it would be folly to say that this is only because of career "interruptions" such as a pregnancy or some other life event where the woman would tap the brakes on their career so as to take on another role. Indeed, when looking at glass escalator beneficiaries (e.g. female nursing executives) versus glass ceiling beneficiaries (male executives at… Continue Reading...

Liberal and Conservative Beliefs Of Justices

in Ariz. Rev. Stat. § 13-502(A). References American Bar Association. (2015). How Courts Work. Retrieved from http://www.americanbar.org/groups/public_education/ resources/law_related_education_network/how_courts_work/pleabargaining.html Brutus No. 1. (1787). Retrieved from http://www.constitution.org/afp/brutus01.htm Clark v. Arizona. (2006). Retrieved from https://www.supremecourt.gov/opinions/05pdf/05-5966.pdf Cohen, A. (2013). How Americans lost the right to counsel. The Atlantic. Retrieved from http://www.theatlantic.com/national/archive/2013/03/how-americans-lost-the-right-to-counsel-50-years-after-gideon/273433/ Conservative vs. Liberal. (2005). Student News Daily. Retrieved from https://www.studentnewsdaily.com/conservative-vs.-liberal-beliefs/ Feld, B. (1994). The honest politician's guide to juvenile justice in the twenty-first century. Annals of American Academy of Political and Social Science, 564(1): 10-27. Supreme Court Biographies. (2015). Supreme Court. Retrieved from https://www.supremecourt.gov/about/biographies.aspx Continue Reading...

Australian Economic Growth

example is the U.S.$40 billion investment Gorgon Liquid Natural Gas project. In particular, Australia has been significantly exporting natural resources, energy and food. What is more, the plentiful and varied natural resources within the nation have been drawing high levels of investment from foreign parties and encompass widespread renewable sources of energy (Focus Economy, 2016). The Australian economy continues to be a lucrative and dynamic investment target, taking into consideration that just about all of its industries are open to overseas competition and also has a skilled labor force that is readily available. The Australian economy is projected to… Continue Reading...

Conquering the Energy Industry

successful in the forthcoming periods. At present, I am gradually and progressively attaining the skills, technical competencies and resources required in the energy industry. I am a young individual, ready and willing to work hard, instill new and innovative ideas, learn from the prevailing leaders and progress much further. I believe I have a bright future in the energy industry and will have a lengthy career and I endeavor to constantly push myself to take things to a greater level. Works Cited Conserve Energy Future. What is Energy. CEF, 2016. Saloda, M. Ali, and Narendra S. Rathore. "Conventional Energy… Continue Reading...

Multicultural Understanding

- Education.com. Retrieved October 29, 2016, from http://www.education.com/reference/article/multicultural-education/ Fish. (n.d.). Edchange - Diversity & Equity Education resources and Workshops. Building Blocks: The First Steps of Creating a Multicultural Classroom. Retrieved October 29, 2016, from http://www.edchange.org/multicultural/papers/buildingblocks.html Teaching with a Multicultural Perspective Article ZIRKEL, S. (2008). The Influence of Multicultural Educational Practices on Student Outcomes and Intergroup Relations. Teachers College Record, 110. (6). Retrieved, from https://www.mills.edu/academics/faculty/educ/szirkel/zirkel%202008%20tcr.pdf Continue Reading...

Economic Factors for Physicians

this legislation there is a greater demand for doctors (Health resources, 2016) than there ever has been before. Because of the wide-sweeping nature of this legislation, in addition to the inescapable reality that the increasingly elderly population is becoming more prominent in the medical field and its expenses, there is a particular demand for primary care physicians. According to Health resources and Services Administration (2013), "If the system for delivering primary care in 2020 were to remain fundamentally the same as today, there will be a projected shortage of 20,400 primary care physicians." Viewed from this perspective, the factors… Continue Reading...

The Best Approach to Human Resources

HR Shared Services When it comes to the craft and practice of human resources, one of the unmistakable trends that is emerging and changing the face and shape of the work field is the use of a "shared services" framework. Something that is common and inherent to these shared services frameworks is a passionate mission and vision behind the department and how precisely their iteration of human resources will be used to assist and empower the organization via the effective utilization of human resources practices and procedures. This may come off as navel-gazing… Continue Reading...

Theoretical Perspectives and Organizational Practices

diversity. Nonetheless, there is still room for improvement. It is important for organizations to dedicate more time, efforts, and resources to diversity initiatives. There should be greater awareness and training of diversity amongst employees at every level of the organization. Employees must clearly understand why diversity is important and their individual role in building a climate of diversity. An organization-wide commitment to diversity conveys the message that the leadership is committed to creating an inclusive work environment. Moreover, it projects diversity as a core value of the organization. It is also important for organizational leaders and managers to understand… Continue Reading...

Kuwait Case

employment of subsidies to energy and other utilities that give rise to wasteful use and misallocation of resources. Another aspect encompassed is a largely segmented labor market whose capability to engage a great deal of young Kuwaitis outside the public sector continues to be undecided and open to question. What is more, it behoves a business setting that is uncompetitive and weakening and one that discourages private and foreign investment (El-Katiri et al., 2011). Since the economy of Kuwait is developing and advancing, the positive externality that has benefitted the citizens is proven by the development of major roads.… Continue Reading...

African Masquerade Significant Thoughts

perspectives (12th ed.). Retrieved from https://learn.ou.edu/d2l/le/content/2249207/Home Uzo, M.E. (1997). Ikeji masquerade. http://www.folklife.si.edu/ Retrieved from http://www.folklife.si.edu/ resources/festival1997/masquera.htm 19(1), 64-68. Continue Reading...

Inclusion-exclusion in the Workplace

economic and financial self-interest, whereby individuals could be restricted to access power and economic resources. In turn, this can lead to job discrimination of women and minorities and segregation in promotional prospects. Another reason could be as simple as cliched insights and also a sense of discomfort with the individuals considered to be different. Usually, individuals have a tendency of being comfortable with those that have mutual significant individualities and behaviors. 3. Is there a theoretical connection between worker inclusion-exclusion experiences and performance and satisfaction outcomes in organization social systems? Can it be generalized from the "sociometer model" of… Continue Reading...

Psychology, Financial Decision-making, and Household Management

budgets. Mental budgeting goes in tandem with information on mental accounting, which shows that individuals utilize resources in a different manner depending on how they are labeled. The setting of budgets causes individuals to overconsume a number of products while under consuming others. Taking into consideration that budgets are established prior to consumption opportunities and chances that come about, at times they underestimate or overestimate the cash required or an exact account. In addition, the practice of tracking expenses means that a number of expenses are more likely to bring about overconsumption or under consumption. The more consumers track their… Continue Reading...

Reproduction in the New Age

it apply? What were the sexuality issues? Specifics? Include the content & resources found there. https://drmarkgriffiths.wordpress.com/2012/05/29/messing-around-a-beginners-guide-to-salirophilia-and-mysophilia/ Salirophilia is defined as a "parphilic" sexual fetish in which individuals sexual arosal is obtained by basically getting really dirty -- in the literal sense. Individuals will use dirt, mud, or other soiling techniques to make the other person look dirty. This paraphilias does not involve any physical harm however, rather the only harm is done to the person's appearances. There are some reports where some deviations include the use of bodily fluids in some deviations. Treatment is only sought when this practice… Continue Reading...

Working for International Peace

with the supplies and manpower to counteract the terrorist efforts of Boko Haram. These resources will include increasing surveillance of public places, and systematically attempting to regain territory which Boko Haram has captured. Logic Model or Logframe The logic model for this particular case study will be predicated on determining which counter-terrorist methods are the most effective for regaining territory taken by Boko Haram. The study will utilize a bevy of counterterrorist methods for achieving this objective, and systematically study them and their outcomes to learn which is the most worthy of long-term support. These measures will include surveillance… Continue Reading...

Leadership Experiences

College of Business: University of Notre Dame. Retrieved from: http://www.notredameonline.com/ resources/leadership-and-management/what-makes-an-effective-leader/#.WAjLteB97IV Continue Reading...

Jerzee Fresh Natural Drinks

companies that are trying (or have tried) to assert their presence and the resources of firms like Coca-Cola and Pepsi are extremely hard to overcome and this can all create barriers to entry • Going all natural has its risks in that those antibiotics and other substances used in drinks are not used for no reason. They do indeed prevent disease and help preserve the drinks in question. As such, the overall risk of contamination is higher in natural NAB drinks even if the risk of GMO and antibiotics being present is gone. So long as sanitation and so… Continue Reading...

Developmental Learning and Technology

¶ … Elementary Special Education Teachers Place Value in the use of Technology resources for Students? Alix Desulme Technology is an integral part of society. Students learn through use of technology like personal computers, tablets, and e-books (Garland & Tadeja, 2013). Computers can provide access to videos, documents, and other forms of data that students have the choice of absorbing via visual or auditory methods. Tablets provide the same access but with a light-weight, touch responsive interface. Technology investment within schools not only enables varied learning opportunities for students, but it also helps students discover… Continue Reading...

Advanced Practice Nursing

help solve the problem of shortage of nursing faculty is increasing the clinical resources used for APRN education. This can be achieved through educational institutions forming partnerships and collaborations. As an example, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the American Association of Colleges of Nursing recommend that organizations in the educational sector collaborate with one another and also with health institutions to come up with innovative capacities to expand the approaches needed to ensure that nurses are prepared for their jobs. Such programs tend to be expensive, but the benefits that can be derived from their execution far outweigh… Continue Reading...

Soren Aabye Kierkegaard

rhetoric that could force society to bank on personal resources, assume responsibility for one's personal existential decisions, and attain one's unique identity beyond imposed social ones. Socrates was his inspiration in this regard: The Greek thinker's never-ending irony challenged every knowledge claim people unreflectively received from culture or took for granted. Soren's dissertation titled "On the Concept of Irony with constant reference to Socrates" argues that Socrates employed irony for facilitating subjectivity's introduction in discourse (Malik, 1997). As the debaters were continually compelled to throw away their immediate responses to the exasperating questions posed by Socrates, they began thinking… Continue Reading...

Recycling Research Proposal

thought being the anthropocentric and the ecocentric approaches which relate directly to the use of resources and how they may be gathered and reused with reference to the environmental impacts (Purser, Park, & Montuori, 1995). The most common approach found in the commercial environment is the anthropocentric approach; this is a dualistic view of nature, which is defined by Eckersley, (1992) as 'the belief that there is a clear and morally relevant dividing line between humankind and the rest of nature, that humankind is the only principal source of value or meaning in the world' (p.51). This can be… Continue Reading...

Gender and Sexuality

Controlling women's and girl's sexuality is linked to the control of resources. These controls limit women's expression of traits the society doesn't consider feminine. Third, gender expectations regarding sexuality affect health and access to services. Research indicates that marginalization of women can lead them to entering heterosexual relationships where they enjoy less economic might than their lovers. Gender expectations also influence what the society knows about men's and women's sexuality which then influence policy making and research in the area. Gender and Sexuality in the Workplace It is a common thing for women to earn less than their male… Continue Reading...

Workplace and Gender Discrimination

the workplace (Brukmuller, Ryan, Haslam & Peters, 2013, p. 457). As a result, human resources practices may inadvertently reflect sexist norms of organizational behavior. Stamarski & Hing (2015), for example, point out that human resources practices and policies, including decision-making processes, methods by which human resources policies are enacted and enforced, impact hiring, pay, and promotion of women in the workplace. Gender discrimination has been defined in the literature as the underrepresentation of women in elite leadership positions" simultaneous with the "undervaluation of women's effectiveness as leaders," (Paustian-Underdahl, Walker & Woehr, 2014, p. 1129). However, gender discrimination is also… Continue Reading...

Future at Galaxy Toys Inc

POLC encompasses organizing of the team and also distribution of resources and materials in accordance to the initial plan set. Two significant elements in this phase include work assignment and granting authority. Therefore, Itza Yu has to identify the various roles and make certain that the right and fitting number of employees are assigned to undertake the plan. In addition, Itza Yu will need to delegate power, assign work, and give direction to the team (Carpenter et al., 2009). Itza Yu must address five major issues in organizing the production floor for both existing production and the new project.… Continue Reading...

Pledge for Homeless Families in Seattle

changes before the fiscal year ends and any additional resources that we expect to be provided in order to accomplish the tasks to eliminate homeless families with children or homeless single women. Our proposed budget is provided below for Alan Painter: We are requesting an additional 50% for emergency shelter and transitional housing, emergency food serviced and housing related social services. This increase will allow us to have funding to provide the necessities to the additional 812 people that we are trying to provide shelter for. This would be the most needed right now with the count of homeless… Continue Reading...

Working Women Breastfeeding

publicly recognize companies supporting workplace breastfeeding. The final part of the action plan will address breastfeeding resources and support provision to working moms. The benefit-cost analysis relevant to a woman deciding to continue breastfeeding is important when a company mulls over whether or not to put workplace breastfeeding programs into practice. Researchers have cited many organizational benefits of supporting breastfeeding, such as a positive ROI. Companies have various support options to offer to feeding mothers. The good thing is, they have minimal basic requirements: a private space for expressing milk, equipped with necessary amenities; expressing time; organizational breastfeeding support; and… Continue Reading...

Al Sadeem Landscape Strategic Analysis

development of a marketing team. This challenge has further been compounded by lack of adequate financial resources. It has particularly been difficult to obtain credit facilities from banks. If not addressed, these challenges may remarkably affect the company's competitive advantage in the marketplace. 9. External Environment (Threats and Opportunities) Al Sadeem can take advantage of a number of opportunities to enhance its competitive position. For the two years it has been in operation, the company has registered a huge leap in growth, an indication of the opportunities available in the landscaping and gardening business. These include partnerships with developers… Continue Reading...

Shortage Of Water in California

of agricultural priorities are seemingly on the horizon, the current prospects of the water resources and status in California is not in good shape and there seems to be little immediate prospect of that changing.   Analysis Something that has to be made clear is that the current drought conditions in California are nothing new. Indeed, the current drought situation goes back more than two generations, dating back to about 1970. Indeed, taking photos from as far back as 1976 and from the last year or two show much the same conditions and problems, at least based on sight.… Continue Reading...

Aboriginal Perspective and the Secret River

worked hard to grow the corn, putting in his own labor and using his own resources to cultivate the crop, with the Aboriginal people coming and stealing it. Following other joining Will, the Aboriginals retreat, with a young boy left behind. Will seams to take pity on the boy and he is released, and Will does not want the other to take any more action against the Aboriginal people, believing that they have learned their lesson. Even this may be seen as an ethnocentric approach, as it places the aboriginal people in the context of children who need to… Continue Reading...

Why Shelters Have More Female Volunteers

specific stressors of shelter work like euthanasia (p. 1). Other possible reasons are more linked to human resources theories, such as issues related to recruitment and retention of employees through appropriate incentives. Gender role theories and gender norms may also be related to the significant gender gap in animal volunteerism. For example, women may encourage other women to volunteer in general as a means of socializing, more than men. Alternatively, women have been historically disempowered and disenfranchised politically and financially, and volunteerism may be one of the ways women have systematically reclaimed their power. This research aims to explain… Continue Reading...

Disney Pixar Analysis

dynamic is different with Disney being owner, in that it can demand more content from Pixar and provide the resources to make it happen. 2. There are several external factors that are important for Pixar. The first is technology. Pixar was one of the most important companies in terms of developing computer animation, and for the longest time it lead the field. But as computer animation comes down in price, more people are entering into the field. It is becoming more difficult to be cutting edge. This leads to the second external factor -- more competition. The Lego Movie,… Continue Reading...

Electronic Database for Records Medical Division

time taken to prepare statistical analysis; to increase departmental efficiency and free up resources for other activities, and to increase utility of the data provided to the sales and marketing areas. Functional Specification: The functional specification for this project is the following: when an enquiry is received, details of the enquiry will be recorded on the database. The Medical Associate may then search the database for either historical data or standard letters by entering one or more search criteria. When the appropriate past enquiry or standard letter has been identified, the information can be provided immediately to the enquirer… Continue Reading...

Project Management

success of the merger or acquisition process will ensure that attractive returns are made from the time, effort, and resources that will be invested. Failures may not only cost the organisation time and money, but may also hinder the organisation from attaining its long-term goals and objectives. Project Definition An important step of the project management approach involves defining the project. This particularly involves identifying the scope, objectives, deliverables, as well as participants of the project (Project Management Institute [PMI], 2013). Defining the project essentially sets the foundation for all its other aspects. It serves as a basis for… Continue Reading...

Glaxosmithkline and Porters Five Forces

of analysis that will be explored in this report is how GSK is leveraging its resources and competencies so as to achieve and maintain a leading position in the pharmaceutical industry, both in the United Kingdom as well as around the world. Of course, GSK cannot become lackadaisical or otherwise complacent because this would endanger their status as an elite pharmaceutical firm. Profit from the Use of Five Forces Before getting into the nuts and bolts of what makes GSK an elite firm as it relates a Porter's Five Forces, it would perhaps be wise to define and review… Continue Reading...

Sources Of Birth Defects in Older Mothers

women should absolutely have the freedom to have children if they desire them and have the resources, doing so beyond the age of 35 has risks that are common and inherent and the precise causes and potential results need to be explored. Literature Review There are so many directions that one could go with the brief literature review that underpins this proposal. However, the author of this proposal will go in directions that are perhaps less traveled and well-known to people that are familiar with this subject. Indeed, one source reveals that even with the higher propensity of fetuses… Continue Reading...

Role Of Labour Market Imperfections in Generating Unemployment

regulations tend to disrupt equilibrium in the labour market. They distort the market since resources are often not allocated at market clearing prices as generally dictated by supply and demand principles. Another negative impact of labour market institutions is that they make it harder for outsiders to enter the labour market (Jha and Golder, 2008). In other words, labour market regulations are mainly geared towards protecting the interests of those who are already employed, undesirably making it more difficult for the unemployed to get work. For instance, an increase in minimum wage and labour taxes due to government intervention… Continue Reading...

Synthesizing a Paper

M. (2006). Writing a literature review and using a synthesis matrix. Retrieved from: https://writingcenter.fiu.edu/ resources/synthesis-matrix-2.pdf Ohio State University (n.d.). Summarizing and synthesizing: what's the difference. Retrieved from: http://beyondpenguins.ehe.osu.edu/issue/climate-change-and-the-polar- regions/summarizing-and-synthesizing-whats-the-difference Oxford Dictionary (n.d.). Nail clippers. Retrieved from: https://en.oxforddictionaries.com/definition/nail_clippers Urban Dictionary (n.d.) Cellotape. Retrieved from: http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=Cellotape Continue Reading...

Marketing

can assist sales personnel manage their emotions in an effective and predictable manner. This may influence how managers allocate resources in helping salespeople manage their emotions by doing such things as identifying the most common emotions sales people deal with on a daily basis and training them on how to reappraise them (Kemp et al., 2012). Theoretical Contributions The research has focused on examining cognitive reappraisal and the impact it has on various constructs. The relationships existing between rumination, emotional control and performance have also been considered. The role of feelings people have because of how they frame their… Continue Reading...

Audit Planning Control at Home Depot

determine the reporting objectives; to consider the results of the preliminary engagement and to determine the resources that are going to be required to conduct the audit -- and the timing of when those resources will be needed (AICPA, 2015). To audit Home Depot, it is important first to determine what the scope will be, as this will help to determine the resource requirements. A preliminary meeting with the company will help to determine this -- for example is it necessary to visit stores? Conduct inventory? Talk to Canadian HQ? Or is a visit to the main corporate HQ… Continue Reading...

Business Leadership and Organizational Change

level of effectiveness, the change initiative may turn out to be a waste of time, effort, and resources. In fact, most change initiatives tend to be time and resource consuming endeavours, often involving several months or years as well as hundreds of millions or billions of dollars. Such costly and time involving undertakings cannot be taken casually. The right procedures, processes, and activities must be used to ensure an acceptable return on investment. Essentially, effective change management ensures the set objective is accomplished within the anticipated timeline and within time and budget. Effective change management is also important for… Continue Reading...

Technology Adoption in a Call Center Enterprise

dilemma (Perkins, 2013). A call center is made of both human and technological resources that help in delivering services over the phone. Managers looking to raise the productivity of their call centers have always used electronic performance monitoring (EPM). The goal of such a process is evaluating employee performance. Quantitative data that help managers get a feel of employee productivity such as average call time, average call duration and the type of calls are collected. Therefore, EPM can lead to conflict between employees and management. Employees may become concerned about their personal wellbeing as managers continually push on meeting specific… Continue Reading...

An Indepth Analysis Of Diversity Management

draw on its most salient resource -- its human resources (Ardakani, Abzari, Shaemi & Fathi, 2016). The broadening of one's views and the utilization of creative approaches is imperative for success, given the increasingly rich global and workforce diversity now accessible to corporations. This research will determine best corporate practices with regard to harnessing a diverse workforce. All sorts of organizations can effectively implement such practices, and hence, top level executives need to pay heed to it. Managers have cultivated practice communities which accomplish and respect organizational workforce diversity. Such practices indicate that the firm is aware of the… Continue Reading...

Gender Discrimination and Wage Differential

& Peters, 2013, p. 457). As a result, human resources practices may inadvertently reflect sexist norms of organizational behavior. Stamarski & Hing (2015), for example, point out that human resources practices and policies, including decision-making processes, methods by which human resources policies are enacted and enforced, impact hiring, pay, and promotion of women in the workplace. Gender discrimination has been defined in the literature as the underrepresentation of women in elite leadership positions" simultaneous with the "undervaluation of women's effectiveness as leaders," (Paustian-Underdahl, Walker & Woehr, 2014, p. 1129). However, gender discrimination is also more complex than that. Therefore,… Continue Reading...

Native American Art in Southwest

......starting around noon, I visited the art gallery at the Woolaroc property. The property itself is a sprawling celebration of the landscape and wildlife unique to this part of North America: there are herds of buffalo on the property although we did not get to see any when we arrived. I headed straight to the gallery, which is locally renowned for its collection of paintings from the Taos group. Many of the artists on display I had heard of before, and was eager to encounter first hand and was not disappointed. Although I relished the paintings themselves for their objective… Continue Reading...

Supply Chain Management and Logistics

will be carried out by the student (project manager) using all available resources. Every project-related plan requires the supervisor's analysis and approval. The project manager will have to make funding decisions as well. All allotments of approval authorizations to project manager ought to be provided through a written document, containing the manager's as well as supervisor's signatures. The former is also charged with providing company managers with information on individual project resource performance and project progress. Project scope This business and military project will comprise of project design, testing and reporting of comparison and contrast outcomes of business and… Continue Reading...

Government’s Right to Spy

In the recent decades, NSA has been afforded more resources while the constitutional and statutory limitations have steadily been eroded. Advanced technology has moved surveillance to unprecedented levels. The growth of digital technology has changed the definition of the battlefield and the nature of the war fare. Also, the courts are playing a role in countering the achievements of our Founding Fathers. The Quinnipiac (University) which is a respected poll established that most people thought that the government is encroaching a lot on the civil liberties of Americans. This is certainly a huge swing especially if we consider the… Continue Reading...

Business Etiquette Failure

very important, they should be retained; putting them to one side is seen as an insult (Japanese Business resources, 2016). Writing on a card is deemed to be an insult, which added to the insult. Jon had also made the mistake of sitting down at the table first. In Japanese business culture, it is expected that the most senior person should sit first, with other following that action. While Jon was the senior manage from the host firm, he was hosting a more senior Japanese delegate (Japanese Business resources, 2016). The meeting did not go well, there was a… Continue Reading...

Buddhist Versus Hindu Architecture

Art. Retrieved from: http://www.metmuseum.org/toah/hd/budd/hd_budd.htm Eder, N. (2016). Hindu art and architecture before 1300. Art History Teaching resources. Retrieved from: http://arthistoryteachingresources.org/lessons/hindu-art-and-architecture-before-1300/ Kleiner, F. S. (2016). Gardner's art through the ages: Non-western art since 1300 (15th ed.). Boston, MA: Cengage Learning. Symbolism of the Stupa/Chorten. (2012). Buddhanet. Retrieved from: http://buddhanet.net/stupa.htm Thera, P. (1999). Caste problem. The Buddhist Publication Society. Retrieved from: http://www.buddhanet.net/bud_lt21.htm White Horse Temple. (2016). Travel China Guide. Retrieved from: https://www.travelchinaguide.com/attraction/henan/luoyang/baimasi.htm Continue Reading...

Ethics in Engineering and Public Safety

engineering ethics. From an organizational leadership perspective, company policies and human resources decisions need to be made with close attention to ethical obligations. The suppliers a company chooses reflects its commitment to social justice and environmental sustainability. Likewise, a leadership decision on hiring practices or on making inroads into countries with weak regulatory structures that make legal gross ethical infractions is another macro-level ethical decision-making concern. It is not just the individual engineer who can make an impact on the profession, but leaders in organizations overseeing the work of engineers that possess the power to alter organizational and regulatory… Continue Reading...

Art Education Field

alternate evaluation methods at their disposal. Arts evaluation dynamics are complex; they necessitate development of proper resources and adequate faculty training to ensure suitable evaluation procedures are utilized. Furthermore, combined acquired information can create a picture which produces insights into educators' evaluation criteria and methods (Sabol). Interdisciplinary Strategies Via interdisciplinary curricula, pupils can acquire fresh insights and forge links between concepts. Some aspects central to interdisciplinary learning via art include: detailed examination of subject matter, through the use of correct, carefully-chosen material, language and examples; learning experiences which foster meaningful associations within and between fields of study; evaluation methods… Continue Reading...

Drone Strikes and Politics in Movies

warfare has enabled a system in which the hegemon "provides a steady flow of arms and financial resources to build up governments whose legitimacy it systematically undermines by conducting unilateral strikes on their territory," (Boyle 1). Moreover, drone strikes are threatening to destabilize potentially emerging democracies. The permissiveness of the governments of Pakistan and Yemen towards American government use of drone warfare for counterterrorism measures may be beneficial for the Americans but not for domestic politics in those countries. After all, the residents of countries like Pakistan and Yemen are fed up with being under unilateral surveillance. Somalia, on… Continue Reading...

Rise Of Feminism and Women Rights During the Ww1

from attaining their end goal, which was liberating women and ending their suffrage. Their access to resources was limited, and this hindered the movements from accomplishing their objective quickly and steadily. Reference List: Kramarae, C. & Spender D. (2004). Routledge International Encyclopedia of Women: Global Women's Issues and Knowledge. New York: Routledge Tindall, G. B. & Shi, D. E. (2010). America A Narrative History, 8th (ed.). New York: WW Norton & Company Continue Reading...

Reducing Burn Care Unit Operating Costs

organization will perform the large volume of operations with fewer resources. Moreover, the strategy will improve the efficiencies of nurses, and enhances the organization quality of care. The EHRs will assist the organization to realize costs savings from a reduction in transcription services, a reduction in pulling paper charts, and eliminating the paper medical records. The system will also allow the nurses to create a template for ordering medications and type in notes. While Burn Care will invest $700,000 to upgrade the information systems, the organization will record one- time savings of $375,800 with annual savings of $541,662 from… Continue Reading...

A Concise Analysis Of Financial Performance Of Companies

of decreasing environment-related vulnerabilities and effects by means of environment-oriented competences and resources. Lastly, environmental industrial risk may be described as the sector's overall environmental risks. Hence, environmentally-sensitive industries such as mining and metals, paper and pulp, gas, oil, chemicals, etc. depict higher environmental industry-level risk scores. Additionally, Hassel, Nilsson and Semenova (2010) examined how stock prices are impacted separately by different GES individual-organizational social performance scores. These GES indices assess management of organizations' bonds with their workforce, suppliers and the communities they are responsible for, in terms of globally-accepted human-rights standards. Organizations are assessed under the following social… Continue Reading...

Evidence Based Nursing Practices

within the medical field. When it comes to self-direct learning, students take the initiative of available resources instead of simply reacting to transmissions from such resources. This then helps students learn more, and better. Self-directed learning develops a student's skills of inquiry and further expands the ability for a student to develop his or her understanding of new concepts. This is crucial in a profession that involves many actions and a though process that demands initiative and exploration. If strategies to foster evidence-based practice included self-directed learning, it can allow nursing students to make their own decisions in regards to… Continue Reading...

Role Of Confucianism in Art in China

in Tang (618 -- 906) and Song (960 -- 1279) Dynasties" (n.d.). Retrieved online: http://education.asianart.org/explore- resources/background-information/neo-confucianism-tang-618%E2%80%93906-and-song-960%E2%80%931279-dynasties Tang Yin (early 16th century CE). The Thatched Hut of Dreaming of an Immortal. Image: http://www.asia.si.edu/collections/chinese_highlights.asp#4 Continue Reading...

Importing Textiles from China

-- that the client needs to source custom from China. Depending on the client's internal resources, it may be necessary to have a translator, and some sort of trade expert who can manage the quotas and importing paperwork that go along with importing textiles into the country. One specialist who might be considered is a compliance specialist. One of the issues that Western manufacturers have when sourcing from developing nations is that working conditions in factories overseas can be at a standard that creates controversy, and ethical issues, at home. A compliance offer who is either in China or… Continue Reading...

Return on Investment with Fall Prevention

as the Falls Free Logic Model. The major parts of that model are the resources, activities, products, reach and outcomes. resources would include funding, the existing organizations that are in play, the potential collaboration partners, the existing organizational and interpersonal networks, the staff that are available, the volunteers that are available, the facilities, time, equipment, supplies and other assets that can be used. Activities would include the processes, techniques, tools, events, technology and actions of the planned programs. The products are the direct results of the program and its activities. The reach is the audience or audiences that the… Continue Reading...

Database Design for Invoicing Using Rea Data Model

of SILK. While taking the CUSTOMER ORDER, there is no increase or decrease of resources, and it does not involve an economic event. After the order is placed, the new information will be passed to the management to evaluate and monitor the operation. The diagram in Fig 2 provides the logical flow diagram of the events. The next business event is to CALL ON CUSTOMER. The event is carried out by the SALESPERSON who makes a call and after the agreement is reached, the SALESPERSON issued a billing, after the CUSTOMER has paid for the item, the INVOICE is… Continue Reading...

Diversity Socialisation for Newcomers

Diversity Socialisation for Newcomers Head of Human resources XYZ Investment Limited Dear Sir, Re: Diversity Socialisation for Newcomers The significance of organisational socialisation cannot be overemphasised. Through the process, new employees are equipped with the knowledge, attitudes, and behaviours necessary for successful organisational membership (Cable, Gino & Staats, 2013). In most cases, however, the process of socialisation focuses on aspects such as the goals of the organisation, individual role and responsibilities, behavioural patterns, as well as rules and principles pertaining to the organisation. Often, there is little or no attention to workplace diversity issues… Continue Reading...

Recent Trends in Medicare Reimbursements

for their buck" in terms of their investment of time and resources to secure a position that does not pay a commensurate salary. In other words, talented executives and administrators who might be attracted to a career in collaborative health care might well reconsider their occupational choices if these positions required licensure and credentials that were not required by other sectors. Question 2. Credential requirements have gradually increased in all sectors of the health care arena over the past decades. If this trend continues, for how long will health care organizations remain sustainable? Why? What steps should health care… Continue Reading...

Issues in Developmental Psychology

could be addressed through constant reminders of the value of education and providing necessary educational resources for better academic achievements. Since learning is a social process as shown by Vygotsky, these changes would change outcomes by providing necessary social support that enables Mila to make right choices despite having greater independence. Generally, life events create differences in human development by affecting one's psychosocial development through determining social structures and support systems that affect an individual. Week 5 -- Discussion 1 Elder abuse has emerged as one of the growing concerns in today's society given that 1 in every 10… Continue Reading...

Sexual Health Resources

Sexual Health Association. Their website features a number of different resources. One of the tools that they provide is a section for Parents, where the Association provides information to guide parents in talking about sexual health with their children. Issues like "how to talk to your kids" are common with parents, and the Association provides guidance for parents to deal with such topics, about which many parents may be uncomfortable when talking to their children. A similar resources exists for teachers as well. Another resource that is provided on this website is a series of books about different sexual… Continue Reading...

Accreditation Costs Of Healthcare Organizations

organizational funds, are devoted to accreditation; these precious organizational resources may be put to better use elsewhere (for instance, in pursuing clinical care and service programs). Accreditation-related costs are a greatly debated and discussed issue in health plans. Accreditation is one major investment, but healthcare organizations usually wonder whether all that commitment of energy, time, and funds creates tangible advantages. In as much, the most significant concern regarding to accreditation is the cost involved to earn one. Insurers impose double-digit growths in premium on organizations, intensifying the former's sensitivity to accreditation expenses (because these expenses were passed on). Costs… Continue Reading...

Questions Concerning Employment

"Lessons for Global Integration Law" that numerous developing nations stay poor amidst a wealth of natural resources and this can be attributed to a lack of effective competition laws, liberal trade, and effective human rights. "Lack of effective legal and judicial protection of liberal rights and property rights inhibits investments and acts as incentive for welfare-reducing private and governmental restrictions of competition and collaboration between cartelized industries and authoritarian governments" (Petersmann, 2002, p. 13). Take that kind of thinking into ALMPs and program types, if program participants feel and have their rights guaranteed and protective as well as provide… Continue Reading...

Miscarriage Of Justice, Race, and Poor Testimony

bring out the possibility that there is a common injustice based on knowledge. Knowledge gives birth to resources, which can be used to give evidence and hence support any form of justice. Injustice has to do with knowledge. Through testimonial justice, Fricker is trying to say that the testimony of an individual can be justified in a wrong way because of characterizing that person. Characterizing an individual is just but a mistake that can be used in a solemn way to bring about injustice to the individual. With hermeneutical injustice, Fricker alleys that Wendy is fundamentally relieved by the… Continue Reading...

Cash Rich Company Analysis

lessening stress, cash-rich Company B. can transfer some of its resources for training for Company A that will allow growth and development in potentially weak areas. While changes can create problems under accounting principles, full disclosure of financial statements from both companies and actions falling under the matching principle should lend to providing clarity on the importance of the changes needed in Company A. By demonstrating expenses must match with revenue, there will be an understanding of what is needed to achieve objectives and why it is needed. That means changing the way Company A discloses pay structure, at… Continue Reading...

Todays Strategic Human Resource Management

in the context of these different functions to deliver a coherent human resources strategy that meets the needs of the organization. That means not just hiring people, but setting out a full slate of HRM policies that allow those people to be at their most productive, and make the greatest contribution possible to the strategic mission of the organization (SHRM.org, 2016). Key Functional Areas There are several key functional areas in which human resource managers work. There are five key functional areas that have been identified.: Staffing, development, total rewards, employee relations, and safety. The following section will take… Continue Reading...

Maison Lanvin Company Analysis

outwear, skirts, shoulder bags, slippers, card holders and wallet. 2) Managing Creativity a. Analysis of the company creativity model: commitment, approach, resources, results and fit The Lanvin House has been able to manage creativity by selecting creative and talented leaders to manage the Lanvin House. However, the trend in Lanvin House creativity started from the owner, Jeanne Lanvin, who built the longest fashion house in the world. Jeanne Lanvin had one daughter, and the cloth she designed for her daughter was so appreciated and many mundane clienteles ordered the same cloth, which encouraged her to start the children collections. The collections… Continue Reading...

Legal Psychology and Victimization

Use of Offender Profiling Evidence in Criminal Cases. FORENSIC PSYCHOLOGY. Retrieved November 2, 2016, from http://www.peoi.org/Courses/Coursesen/practicing/ resources/Forensic%20.txt Meyer, C. B. (2008). Criminal Profiling as Expert Evidence? In Criminal Profiling (pp. 207-247). Humana Press. Underwager, R., & Wakefield, H. (1995). Psychological evaluations you need at trial: What they can and cannot do. Institute for Psychological Therapies,7, 1-32. Continue Reading...

Language Barriers Among the Karen People

of St. Paul's, Minnesota's Latino student population by offering services like counseling, educational programs, emergency resources, and job assistance (GAP, n.d.). While GAP still assists the Latino student population, times have changes and the Latino population has decreased, opening GAP services to diverse ethnic backgrounds. This has led to a recent issue of understanding the needs of the current population of GAP students. The current population consists of English language learners, refugees (Karen refugees), and low income students. Social work interns at GAP recognized external factors that may affect GAP students. This has led to the desire to promote… Continue Reading...

Strategic Importance Of Outsourcing in U.s. Manufacturing Company

advantages. Outsourcing R&D division can be beneficial for SMEs since they do not possess the competencies and other resources to carry out the R&D functions. A major benefit from outsourcing the R&D is that firms will be able to develop innovative new products that command market acceptability. Typically, the R&D is an integral part of manufacturing business. The R&D consists of a range of activities that helps in generating knowledge and new technologies. The R&D not only assists in improving the existing products and technologies, the R&D helps firms achieve competencies in the production of goods. Since R& D.… Continue Reading...

Emotional Exhaustion Among Salespeople

......coping resources in salespersons' emotional exhaustion" by Jeffrey E. Lewin and Jeffrey K. Sager discusses in the abstract, sales person blowout. Salesperson blowout is a continuing major concern in industrial marketing organizations (Lewin & Sager, 2009). The authors analyze the viability of specific coping strategies and their impact on work-related stressors and salesperson burnout. This topic has not seen much research or analysis and thus the authors set out to examine problem-focused as well as emotional-focused coping and the impact these two coping strategies have on role stress, specifically emotional exhaustion.… Continue Reading...

8 Issues Regarding Public Health in Brazil

be addressed in Brazil because it impacts a lot other factors, such as available health care, poverty, available resources, and the economy. All of these factors and variables are interconnected and Brazil's population is one of the main underlying elements that each of these factors has in common. Thus, its importance to the nation's public health should be self-evident. The growth of the population should be effectively monitored and maintained. 6. Migrations. Migrations are another issue that Brazil should face head-on. As persons and families migrate from rural regions to urban regions, cultural shifts occur and issues within the… Continue Reading...

Benefits and Shortcomings Of Outsourcing Sports Venue Services

business development. Despite the benefits of IT tools in the formulation of business advantages, in-house IT resources are still expensive for many sports venues. Moreover, some management of sports venue does not have skills and capabilities to manage the IT resources successfully. Additionally, providing direct employment for IT professionals is not cost-effective because the salary and remunerations for the IT professionals are very high, and some IT professionals may not stay with a particular company for a long time. The only option left for the sports venues is to turn over their IT management to the third party companies.… Continue Reading...

Hiv Aids Infrastructures Around the World

239). This paper reviews the relevant peer-reviewed literature as well as nongovernmental organizational resources to evaluate the adequacy of the public infrastructure developed in response to this global problem and a discussion concerning the most important needs in shaping and sustaining the infrastructure for dealing with this public health problem. Finally, a series of recommended changes are followed by a summary of the research and important findings concerning the HIV / AIDS global epidemic in the conclusion. Adequacy of workforce, communications and tracking systems, research and evaluation capabilities, planning, and laboratory facilities The adequacy of the global infrastructure devoted… Continue Reading...

Exegesis Of Revelation 3: 14-22

efforts entirely independently[footnoteRef:2]. The lone negative aspect about Laodicea was its water supply. As Laodicea lacked water resources of its own, it relied on water from two cities: one that was 7 miles to its north and popular for its health-giving hot springs and another ten miles to its east, popular for its cool, refreshing water. Water was transported to the city via aqueducts, and it remained neither cold nor hot, but lukewarm till it reached its destination. As the Laodiceans were prosperous, their life was rather easy. The letter carries no misguiding teachings nor does it speak of… Continue Reading...

Grounding Of the Natuna Sea

on Accidental Water Pollution 2001, Natuna Sea, CEDRE, viewed 24 December 2016, <http://wwz.cedre.fr/en/Our- resources/Spills/Spills/Natuna-Sea> Chapman et al n.d., The Use of Chemical Dispersants to Combat Oil Spills at Sea: A Review of Practice and Research Needs in Europe, International Tanker Owners Pollution Federation, viewed 24 December 2016, <http://www.itopf.com/fileadmin/data/Documents/Papers/dispersants_MPB.pdf> De La Rue, C. & Anderson, C.B 2015, Shipping and the Environment, 2nd ed., Routledge, New York. Eighth Fundamental Traffic Safety Program 2006, Part 2: Maritime Traffic Safety, Eighth Fundamental Traffic Safety Program, viewed 24 December 2016, <http://www8.cao.go.jp/koutu/kihon/keikaku8/english/part2.html> Ferguson, I 2002, Issues Facing the Insurer with Specific Reference to the NATUNA SEA… Continue Reading...

Qualitative and Quantitative Data Analysis

.....employee data to answer some human resources related questions using the SPSS software. The screenshots of the entire data are presented in the Appendix 1 and Appendix 2. The report provides the findings for the HR (human resources) issues after carrying out the data analysis of employee's data. The outcome of the analysis reveals that workers between 25 and 55 years of age form the largest percentage of employees in the organization where the mean age of all the entire workforce is 39.19 years. However, workers between 18… Continue Reading...

Terrorism in Nigeria and Boko Haram

global Islamic terrorism provided Boko Haram with tools and resources it used to infiltrate and permeate the religious and social organizations in disenfranchised communities. Boko Haram has offered disenfranchised communities a cohesive, albeit misguided message of self-empowerment. Far from condoning the violent and tactics and extremist politics of Boko Haram, conflict theory leads to viable solutions to the problem. It is hypothesized that the only real and sustainable way of solving the problem of Boko Haram is to address the root causes, the circumstances that gave rise to support for the group and which entrench the group in Nigeria… Continue Reading...

Apartment Complex Parking Issues

approach into my leadership development would give me a wider pool of resources to call upon to lead others. I can foster these capabilities by cultivating them in classes which specialize in this facet of leadership. Additionally, I would like to improve my abilities to use the resources I have at my disposal -- in the form of personnel -- better. I think if I could have leveraged some of the skills of my followers I could have achieved more complete success quicker. I can do this by refining my ability to assess the advantages my followers possess. I… Continue Reading...

Dialectical Behavior Therapy Of Angelina Jolie

Institute. (2016, December). What is DBT? Retrieved from The Linehan Institute: http://behavioraltech.org/ resources/whatisdbt.cfm Udovitch, M. (1999, August 19). The Devil in Miss Jolie. Retrieved from Rolling Stone: http://angelanna3.tripod.com/interviews1999/id5.html Van Meter, J. (2002, April). Angelina Jolie: Body Beautiful. Retrieved from Vogue: http://www.style.com/vogue/feature/032602/page2.html Continue Reading...

Better Relationship with Russia a New U.s. Policy

Policies and the Road to the Second Iraq War. VT: Ashgate, 2006. Print. Donnelly, Thomas. "Rebuilding America's Defenses: Strategy, Forces and resources for a New Century." Cryptome.org. 2000. Web. 13 Dec 2016. Etzioni, A. "The Democratization Mirage." Survival: Global Politics and Strategy, vol. 57, no. 4 (2015): 139-156. Scott, Peter Dale. The Road to 9/11. Berkeley: University of California Press, 2007. Print. Stone, Oliver; Kuznick, Peter. The Untold History of the United States. NY: Gallery Books, 2012. Print. Continue Reading...

Post Feminism and Hip Hop

of community cultural capital. Cultural capital denotes non-financial social resources that encourage social mobility past financial means. This can include intellect, dress, physical appearance, education, and style of dress. Community cultural capital essentially means the same thing and can be seen in the way the protagonist of the video changes her outfit from normal every day to sexy vixen. The change of color goes from pink and black to red and shiny, showing aggression and confidence. Women often change their manner of dress to symbolize freedom and enjoyment. For example, the women in the video that removed their clothes… Continue Reading...

Improving Health Welfare for a Vulnerable Population Community

incentives for practicing in rural areas, pre-hospital emergency services are necessary to improve health care delivery (Aday, 2001). Health care resources that serve vulnerable populations Health care models that meet needs of the vulnerable population should be provided with additional investment to develop, evaluate, and to support effective health care. There is a lack of the research and innovation in the health care and rehabilitation programs for persons with chronic illness or disabilities. For those who face geographic barriers, avenues of telemedicine, incentives for those who practice in under-served areas and pre-hospital emergency services should be made available care (Aday,… Continue Reading...

Demand Planning

The role of the management involves not only providing the necessary resources and support, but also creating an atmosphere of stakeholder involvement. Indeed, stakeholder involvement has become crucial in today's demand planning processes (Jain & Malehorn, 2012). Organisations now have to more closely work with customers, suppliers, distributors, retailers, and other key stakeholders in the supply chain to produce more accurate demand forecasts. Impact of Poor Demand Planning on Business Operations The importance of effective demand planning has increased significance, contemporarily. Indeed, ineffective demand planning can negatively affect business operations. Underestimating demand, for instance, may cause products to run… Continue Reading...

Businesses Run by Women

ideas. However, due to underfunding of such nonprofits and organisations, women entrepreneurs are left without enough resources to fund their businesses. Such lack of funding leads to women must earn and save enough capital to start their businesses. This takes a long time and may prove difficult for women to pursue entrepreneurship on the level men do. Countries like the United States have yet to provide the tools and financing to allow for a higher level of female entrepreneurship. The UK however, has seen some progress with one article detailing the ability of some female entrepreneurs to raise £1m… Continue Reading...

Sports Marketing Plan

use of traditional media in sports marketing remains popular. Indeed, sports marketers spend a great deal of resources on television, print, and radio advertising, with sports comprising a substantial portion of ad spending for television and radio channels. A significant percentage of sports fans actually watch sports events for the commercials. They tend to enjoy the commercials more than the game itself. Traditional media enables sports marketers to reach geographically dispersed consumers at a fairly low cost per exposure (Swayne, 2011). Take an event like the FIFA World Cup, for instance. The event has following from virtually every corner… Continue Reading...

Pacific Island and Aboriginal Art 1980

Art, ritual, and religion are inseparable in the aboriginal societies of Oceania. Aboriginal myths of creation and the Dreamtime are rendered in art and permeate the various types of art found throughout indigenous Australia from bark and rock paintings to the modern renditions on canvas. Similarly, the art of Pacific Islands before 1980 is inseparable from their cultural contexts. The concept of art is different in the Pacific Islands than it is for the Europeans who colonized the region. Therefore, it is important to understand both aboriginal and Pacific Island art within their own historical, cultural, and social worldview. Art… Continue Reading...

Discrimination and Harassment at the Workplace

Post: https://www.washingtonpost.com/business/capitalbusiness/chipotle-ordered-to-pay-550000-for-discriminating-against-pregnant-worker/2016/08/09/ Nayab, N. (2010, September 9). Crippling Effects of Workplace Discrimination. Retrieved December 7, 2016, from Bright Hub: http://www.brighthub.com/office/human- resources/articles/87966.aspx Okechukwu, C. A., Souza, K., Davis, K. D., & Castro, A. B. (2014). Discrimination, Harassment, Abuse and Bullying in the Workplace: Contribution of Workplace Injustice to Occupational Health Disparities. American Journal of Industrial Medicine, 57(5), 573-586. Retrieved from Wiley Online Library: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/ajim.22221/full Continue Reading...

Interpreting Biblical Text

life's situation is characterized by minimal physical or material resources. 2. Genesis 38:9 Within Christian tradition, this verse has been taken to prohibit masturbation. Based on the custom during this period, if a man died without children, his brother had the obligation of having intercourse with the widow in order to bear a child who is named after the deceased. This custom was practiced to help prevent the man's lineage and name from being extinguished as stated in Mosaic Law in Deuteronomy 25:5-6. Onan was greedy and selfish because he wanted inheritance for himself and the family, which made… Continue Reading...

Meaning Of a Biblical Passage

Scripture The process of studying Scripture usually requires and involves more than reading surface text because an individual has to conduct an in-depth study. An in-depth study of text is a necessary process towards understanding the meaning of a passage from Scripture and grasping it fully. In essence, for an individual to gain a rich understanding of the meaning of a passage from a Scripture from different perspectives, it is important to conduct an in-depth study rather than just surface reading of the text. One of the most important aspects of gaining understanding of the meaning of a text is… Continue Reading...

Capital Investments in Emerging Markets

project cash flow projection. It also aids in making decisions on where the managers ought to spend additional resources in gathering data and enhancing data forecasts. Another benefit of this particular approach is that it will facilitate project managers to expect and get ready for questions and inquiries of what if. This is centered on various scenarios and their prospective results ensuing from altering conditions that are tested in formulating and justifying a project. What is more, this technique does not necessitate employing probabilities and can be utilized on any amount of project value. Another benefit of sensitivity analysis… Continue Reading...

Kings County Library Changes Needed

thousands upon thousands of books, magazines, journals and other resources. However, it has become clear in recent months and years that the basic form and function of the library is not what it could or should be and the modernity and selection of the facilities is starting to falter. The patrons of the library system have made notice of issues that they see and the same is true of the people that work for the library themselves. Meetings and other operational activities are handled in a haphazard and inefficient way and this has led to work not being completed… Continue Reading...

Gerontology Aging and America

of the need for individuals to locate trusted sources of information, and find out what resources and services are available to them. The ADRCs are designed to be " visible and trusted entry points, helping people find information and providing one-on-one, person-centered counseling to help them access the long-term services and support they need," ("The Older Americans Act: Aging Well Since 1965," n.d.). The ADRCs remove barriers to accessing the system and prevent misinformation. In addition to the ADRCs, the 2006 amendments also included provisions for state elder justice systems and for demonstration programs to help older people "age… Continue Reading...

Identifying Opportunities to Improve Managerial Skills

more effective strategies to overcoming resistance as well as gaining additional support and resources (Schachter, 2010). Other experts agree that the foregoing critical skills form the foundation of effective management in the modern workplace, but add some other critical skills as well include the following: • A high level of self-awareness; • Knowledge of human motivation; • The ability to allocate limited resources perceptively; • A well-developed personal vision and the ability to sell it; • A well-developed set of personal values; • A commitment to community; • Established knowledge and learning networks; • The ability to effectively analyze… Continue Reading...

Absorption Versus Marginal Costing at Sleepease

all of those fixed costs, yet clearly some of those resources were not working to capacity, or anything near it in the case of the factory floor. The production manager had to do something to deal with this -- find another product to make, lease some space out to a third party, sell some equipment and recapture money, but something to earn money from that dead space. There might have been extenuating circumstances, that might mean the production manager did not do a bad job, but was just trying to get rid of excess inventory, and that would be… Continue Reading...

Organizational Change and Leadership Effectiveness

features of a successful organizational change. Working with human resources to update job descriptions and work with employees to offer their input into the new job descriptions can be exceedingly helpful. Similarly, change leaders need to be clear about the big picture: what the vision of the change will be for the organization. Employees who share the vision will be more understanding of the change process and more likely to cooperate and collaborate along the way. Shielding information from employees is likely to lead to dissatisfaction and alienation, which would thwart the change process. 4. Discuss your abilities in… Continue Reading...

Steel Industry Operations

10 years. Globalization has the potential to affect this industry in both ways, positively and negatively. By attaining resources cheaper in underdeveloped countries, company can pay employees less. However, there are also possibilities to work overseas due to globalization and to expand one's professional network in the process, which is certainly positive. Additionally, the advance of information technology can negatively impact this industry by taking away jobs from manufacturing and transferring them to IT. Career Path 1. There are a multitude of career paths one can select within the steel industry. More than likely, however, I will begin my… Continue Reading...

Muslim Youth Identity in Biculturalism America

structures they are "mutually sustaining cultural schemas and sets of resources that empower and constrain social action and tend to be reproduced by that action," (Sewell, 1992, p. 29). Biculturalism Theory and Identity Formation Bicultural identity construction is already complex, even in a pluralistic society that recognizes the range of multicultural identities an individual might have, for Muslims in America, biculturalism theory presents a unique set of challenges and opportunities. Especially since September 11 and the ways attitudes of non-Muslims in America towards Muslims either in America or abroad, how individuals construct their bicultural identities depends on a number… Continue Reading...

Organizational Behavior and Communication Styles

do not offer intrinsic motivation, promote alienation, and can lead to human resources disasters. This case study shows how positive group communications and interpersonal skills promotes organizational harmony and fosters productivity. Profile: Yash Yash works for his father's company, which is in an unspecified industry. Before he started working at the company, Yash was concerned that he might be treated differently because he was the owner's son. This would have impeded interpersonal communications, as group members would have possibly been unwilling to speak about all issues when Yash was present. However, Yash was pleasantly surprised to find that the… Continue Reading...

Importance Of Communication Skills

person but is a way to put a face to a communicatin ii. Not everyone has the money/ resources to have the equipment c. Phone Calls i. This gives a voice but no face, typically ii. Tone and pace are huge when it comes to phone calls d. In-Person Formal i. In-person meetings where manners and tact are important ii. This would include meetings, etc. e. In-Person Informal i. Chatting around desks or otherwise in an unformal setting ii. Need to be mindful that people are working...so positioning and volume of voice is important. VIII. Conclusion References Bano, M., Zowghi, D.,… Continue Reading...

Violence, Sex and Other Things

Media: What Effects on Behavior? Psychiatric Times. Retrieved online: http://www.psychiatrictimes.com/child-adolescent-psychiatry/violence-media-what-effects-behavior "Television and Video Violence," (n.d.). APA. Retrieved online: http://www.apa.org/action/ resources/research-in-action/protect.aspx 7. Teaching Sex Education in School Teaching about sex, sexuality, gender, relationships, and other issues is a critical component of education because sexuality is central to life. Sex education prepares the child to be a responsible and ethical human being, as it helps promote safe sexual practices, helps individuals develop realistic expectations about sex and relationships, and helps eliminate the tendency for children to develop dysfunctional gender norms. Therefore, the goal of sex education should not simply be the mechanics of… Continue Reading...

Method to Motivate Multigeneration Workforce

the workplace environment is presenting challenges for the business managers and human resources professionals. A more specific problem are that some managers lack the business strategy to motivate each generational cohort. While it is generally agreed that each generational cohort has different characteristics unique to other generation, there is still a shortage of academic literature providing the strategy to motivate each generational cohort. Research Question What strategies do managers use to motivate each generational cohort? Bursch, & Kelly, (2014) advise business leaders to focus on the common ground and similarities of a different generation. The authors argue that Baby… Continue Reading...

Democracy or Not for Economic Development

reserves, but having no refining capacity (CIA World Factbook, 2016). Precursors to Economic Development The first precursor to economic development is resources. South Sudan has oil reserves as its primary resource. The country's oil wealth is sufficient to provide a much higher standard of living than what presently exists in the country. GDP per capita is on par mostly with nations that do not have this oil wealth. This means that there is at least the potential for economic development in South Sudan. That said, Yemen has the same oil reserves, and it is also unable to capitalize on them. This… Continue Reading...

Accounting Report for Referral Credit

the consumer is able to benefit from the good or service on either its own or together with other resources that are freely accessible to the consumer. Secondly, the company's promise to make a transfer of the good or service to the consumer is distinctly recognizable from other promises of the contract (IAS Plus, 2016). Conclusion Runway Discount issues a $25 credit for every referral made. In accordance to the Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP), this accounting transaction may be recorded as a marketing expense. On the other hand, in accordance to IFRS, then this accounting standard may be… Continue Reading...

Operational Effectiveness in Healthcare Organizations

only a facility that offers general medical care, but is also a teaching hospital. With an amazing assortment of resources for the delivery of considerate, up-to-date care, the Mount Sinai Health System is set to detect and respond to health-associated necessities of the diverse populaces it serves (U.S. News, 2017). The reason why I selected this hospital is because I have previously worked in the establishment and attained considerable knowledge and competence. What information did you find about the hospital? There are statistics and information obtained about Mount Sinai Hospital with regards to its performance measures. To begin with,… Continue Reading...

Lateral Violence

2015). Nurse leaders can help eliminate the vice by providing resources and educating others. Trustworthy leaders allow others to enjoy and feel supported. If resources for stress relief are availed, nurses will treat patients better. Nurse leaders should also provide fast feedback when required. Further, they should also avail opportunities for personal development and education of those under their charge. Formal education sessions in which LV is defined, and its effects reviewed and discussed, is critical. There is need for a direct approach. Informal education strategies such as posters and fliers will help to reinforce the message against LV (Becher… Continue Reading...

Innovation Best Practices

and processes. Creating a culture of innovation is a process. It takes a great deal of time, effort, and resources as old, deeply-embedded ways of doings have to be replaced with new ways. Ordinarily, organisations have formalised routines that dictate majority of its processes and procedures. For people to think in creative ways, these routines must often be adjusted as innovation is all about thinking outside the box. The organisation must allow unconventional thinking, openness, and flexibility. Firms like Google and 3M have created an atmosphere of innovation by allowing employees to spend a portion of their work time in… Continue Reading...

Accounting Report

or service on either its own or together with other resources that are freely accessible to the consumer. Secondly, the company's promise to make a transfer of the good or service to the consumer is distinctly recognizable from other promises of the contract (IAS Plus, 2016). Conclusion Runway Discount issues a $25 credit for every referral made. In accordance to the Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP), this accounting transaction may be recorded as a marketing expense. On the other hand, in accordance to IFRS, then this accounting standard may be recorded as a loss in revenue. The FASB presently… Continue Reading...

Self Identity

systems based on the protracted armed conflicts. As Karen communities grapple with minimal resources to educate their children, the Karen National Union has created a Karen dialect curriculum that is utilized in approximately 1,000 schools (Lall & South, 2014). However, the curriculum and education systems of Karen are centered on promoting Karen national identity instead of promoting Myanmar citizenship; which implies that Karen educational model is implicitly based on a separatist agenda. On the contrary, Mon education system is based on promoting Myanmar citizenship by making it easy for graduates to seamlessly integrate into the nationwide tertiary education system.… Continue Reading...

19th Amendment

assemblage rights worked effectively for suffragists in the 1910s. This disfranchised group with its dearth of resources took their stance and efforts to the most accessible and public platform -- the streets -- thus forcing unsympathetic individuals to at least hear their views, slowly winning the support of a considerable percentage of politicians and the masses alike. Suffrage could only assume the shape of a national-level issue when females publicly advocated for voting rights. Had they not engaged in such public endeavors, their campaign wouldn't have succeeded at all as the public was not interested even in hearing them… Continue Reading...

Unfair Treatment Of People with Privilege

am not motivated by money in order to achieve specific goals and rewards which can be purchased through financial resources are unlikely to stimulate my thoughts. This leads to a type of boredom that is difficult to explain. Several of my peers that are in a similar position have moved towards drugs and alcohol as a way of creating excitement in the life. This leads to a life with little perceived meaning. I do worry about my friends' future as they are wasting their lives in a search for meaning and literally risking their health and lives in the… Continue Reading...

Diagnosing Change at Fedex

is all about accomplishing a task or a desired outcome using the least amount of time, effort, energy, and resources. Wastage in HR processes is not an uncommon phenomenon. Often, organisations waste time, effort, and resources in performance appraisals, employee development, and other HR processes without a significant impact on overall goals and objectives. With more data-driven HR practice, FedEx would eliminate HR processes that do not add value to the organisation. Effectiveness is about producing a certain desired outcome. In most cases, organisations invest in HR processes, but they cannot actually substantiate the impact of those processes on… Continue Reading...

Cultural Mindset

of Business and Social Science, 2(13). Naude, S., Stanley, M., & Ratcliffe, V. (2015). Inclusive leadership matters top performance. Human resources Magazine, 20(4), 16-17. Maude, B. (2011). Managing cross-cultural communication: Principles and practice. Palgrave Macmillan. Continue Reading...

Chesapeake Middle Colonies Georgia and the Carolinas

and hunting activities within Native Americans' lands and water resources. Chesapeake and Middle Colonies The region lying between the Chesapeake (i.e., Virginia and Maryland) and the New England colonies encompassed New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania and Delaware (i.e., "middle colonies") which were formerly Dutch colonies. By the year 1670, the largely-Protestant migrant group from the Netherlands boasted the world's biggest mercantile fleet as well as the loftiest living standards. They were in control of trade in the northern European region and grew into one among the most liberal and multicultural European communities, in addition to being the British's fiercest… Continue Reading...

Women and Minorities in Leadership and Stem Annotated

social capital to co-ethnics. Even so, the Latina community does not have the resources that the higher socioeconomic classes do. As such, this might act as a buffer down towards what is known as downward assimilation and the advancement of mobility. Because of this disparity, it can take Latinas an extra one or two generations to do the same thing as their more well-off counterparts in other groups. Weidenfeller, N. K. (2012). Breaking through the glass wall: The experience of being a woman enterprise leader. Human Resource Development International, 15(3), 365-374. doi:10.1080/13678868.2012.688361 • Even though the proverbial glass ceiling… Continue Reading...

Culture Leadership and Organizations

Of Management Perspectives, 20(4), 95-101. doi:10.5465/AMP.2006.23270309 Naude, S., Stanley, M., & Ratcliffe, V. (2015). Inclusive leadership matters top performance. Human resources Magazine, 20(4), 16-17. Petkovic, M., Miric, A. A., & Cudanov, M. (2014). Designing a learning network organization. Management (1820-0222), (73), 17-24. doi:10.7595/management.fon.2014.0029 Pettigrew, A. M. (2014). The politics of organizational decision-making. Routledge. Prewitt, J., Weil, R., & McClure, A. (2011). Developing leadership in global and multi-cultural organizations. International Journal of Business and Social Science, 2(13). Trade Arabia. (2013). Innovation tops gains from inclusive leadership. Retrieved from: http://www.tradearabia.com/news/REAL_232949.html Denison, D. R., Adkins, B., & Guidroz, A. M. (2011). Managing cultural… Continue Reading...

Fujitsu Limited Case

opportunities as well as new products and processes will organise its resources, capabilities, and competencies around innovation. One impressive aspect about Fujitsu's innovation processes is how the firm capitalises on the business strategy process. The business strategy process basically entails defining the firm's strategic direction and allocating resources to pursue that strategy (Hill & Jones, 2012). It involves setting goals and objectives, identifying mechanisms of achieving those goals, and mobilising the resources necessary for the achievement of the goals. This process is driven by data relating to the firm's internal and external environment. The firm must consider its strengths… Continue Reading...

Application for Medicine Studies Motivational

As a discipline, business is generally concerned with efficient utilisation of resources with the aim of achieving the most possible return on investment. A business manager decides which products to offer to which markets, and the best way of delivering the products. They utilise a combination of human, technical, and financial resources to ensure the product is delivered to the target market whenever and wherever needed, thereby facilitating the realisation of the maximum profit possible. This knowledge has endless applications in the field of medicine. Indeed, the application of business skills can immensely benefit health care organisations. It can… Continue Reading...

Over Privileged Child

am not motivated by money in order to achieve specific goals, and rewards which can be purchased through financial resources are unlikely to stimulate my thoughts. This leads to a type of boredom that is difficult to explain, and several peers in a similar position have moved towards drugs and alcohol as a way of creating excitement in the life. This leads to a life with little perceived meaning, and I do worry about my friends' future, as they are wasting their lives in a search for meaning. These may be problems that appear superficial, but they are issues,… Continue Reading...

Systems Development Process

(2016). SCADA & Security of Critical Infrastructures. Retrieved from: http:// resources.infosecinstitute.com/scada-security-of-critical-infrastructures/#gref Rainer, R. K., Cegielski, C. G., Splettstoesser-Hogeterp, I., & Sanchez-Rodriguez, C. (2013). Introduction to information systems: Supporting and transforming business. Hoboken: John Wiley & Sons. Whitman, M. E., & Mattord, H. J. (2010). Readings & Cases in Information Security: Law & Ethics. Nelson Education. Continue Reading...

The Greatest Ponzi Scheme

of Madoff's reputation and a huge regulatory hole. This major discrepancy some say (regulators) was brought on by limited resources, lack of coordination and communication, and a fragmented oversight among agencies. Regulators could not uncover fraud and instead played catch up, especially with Madoff because he understood how the market worked. For example, he never collected a management fee, effectively preventing the raising of red flags with regulators. He also maintained everything without creation of customer accounts allowing Finra to treat it as counterparty. Probes were made as early as 1992 and again in 1999, 2006, and 2008 (Knapp,… Continue Reading...

Types Of Information Systems for Startup Business

hand for uninterrupted production operations; and scheduling material, equipment, human resources and facilities for fashioning finished goods. The above tasks are supported by production and manufacturing information systems. Rivera and Hernandez (1997) write that production information systems are computer programs capable of handling a production-linked data pool. Shim (2000) maintains that manufacturing information systems' mission is: applying computer technology for improving production effectiveness and processes, thereby improving product quality and decreasing manufacturing expenses. That is, manufacturing systems are systems which take in information systems technologies, material, data, equipment, and management, and employ the information and manufacturing process for generating… Continue Reading...

Strategic Planning

an organization's practice of outlining its strategy or direction to be undertaken and making decisions on apportioning its resources to carry out the strategy. Strategic planning is largely beneficial to the organization in that it outlines the short-term benefits sought after and where the company seeks to get to. The strategic planning cycle exemplified in a sequence of formal planning procedures, makes certain that managers evaluate key strategic issues being faced by the organization. This is imperative to get through the common preoccupation with operational problems in the short run. In addition, it offers a sensible structure to help… Continue Reading...

Global Comparisons in Workplace Discrimination

prioritized. In particular, the considerable amount of time and firm resources that are spent on deliberating on discrimination, debating on it, and executing counteractive measures could be better utilized laying emphasis on core organizational activities (Scheid, 2010). In addition, discriminatory manners progressively wear down the workplace setting, generating a climate where personnel feel undervalued and demeaned. This causes the personnel to not only have a sense of appreciation but to also lack the motivation to undertake their best work. The implication of this is a breakdown of employee collaboration and therefore diminish employee and organizational productivity (Williams, 2016). High… Continue Reading...

Work Life Balance and Positive Outcomes for Organizations and Employees

the different roles to perform, in addition to the various resources that are on the employees' disposal. A suitable and fitting balance between work life and personal life plays a distinctive and vital role in attaining personal and professional objectives. What is more, the execution of work life balance programs enables employees to undertake their duties in a more effective manner, while facilitating the preservation of important and valuable employees for the organization, enhancing return on investments in human capital (Benito-Osorio et al., 2015). In general, work life balance practices have a positive impact on organizational performance when they… Continue Reading...

Solow Growth Model and Unemployment

and capital. The capitalisation ratio can be diminished through a number of means -- anything that absorbs resources. Thus, if population rates grow too quickly, that will typically reduce the capitalisation ratio, and this can be seen in developing nations with very high population growth rates and low education rates -- they simply cannot achieve rising living standards because even if they grow their economies, that growth is not based on productivity gains and is not shared among all the new workers. The idea of convergence is that over time there will be a "catching-up" of living standards of… Continue Reading...

Nursing Challenge

the problem as a challenge that requires urgent attention. It must also mobilise and provide the resources required to address the problem. For the organisation, the management has shown laudable commitment to addressing the challenges the organisation faces. Role of the Nurse Leader Nurse leaders play an important role during organisational change. They participate in the diagnosis, implementation, supervision, and evaluation of change (Kelly, 2012). In fact, the nurse leadership position is a powerful and influential position as far as the formulation and execution of organisational change is concerned. An important role of the nurse leader relates to leading… Continue Reading...

Identifying Opportunities to Improve Revenues and Ridership Levels at Wmata

of the problem is attributed to the higher costs incurred by the Metro for human resources (McElhatton, 2010) which average nearly double what other major cities are expending for the same services (Birr, 2016). The chairman of the Metro board, Washington, D. C. council member Jack Evans, has requested almost one-third of a billion dollars from the federal government to offset the Metro system losses and another $1 billion from local governments to implement the additional safety measures needed to bring the Metro up to standards (Birr, 2016). Critics, though, charge that the management of the Metro has mismanaged… Continue Reading...

Social Psychology

people who are willing to stand up for equality and human rights. As Dietz et al. (2015) suggest, human resources departments need to create safe and effective avenues for subordinates to make complaints and voice their opinions. If subordinates are afraid they will lose their jobs or be passed over for promotions because of speaking out, they perpetuate the discriminatory culture. People need to feel empowered in order to make the changes to the organizational culture. Attitudes towards race and gender can be changed by using tactics of social psychology including shaming those who hold negative stereotypes. Many people… Continue Reading...

Effects Of Gender Related Bullying and Harassment

American society. References Bullying statistics. (2017). National Bullying Prevention Center. Retrieved from http://www. pacer.org/bullying/ resources/stats.asp. Cyberbullying data. (2017). Cyberbullying Research Center. Retrieved from http://cyber bullying.org/2015-data. Fetner, T. & Elafros, A. (2012, May). Safe spaces: Gay-straight alliances in high schools. Canadian Review of Sociology, 49(2), 188-192. Fuller, B. & Gulbrandson, K. (2013, November-December). Bully prevention in the physical education classroom. Strategies: A Journal for Physical and Sport Educators, 26(6), 3-6. Gilbert, J. A. & Raffo, D. M. (2013, Spring). Gender, conflict, and workplace bullying: Is civility policy the silver bullet? Journal of Managerial Issues, 25(1), 79-82. Isernhagen, J. & Harris, S. (2009, Spring).… Continue Reading...

Constructivism Theory in International Politics

behavior of states under the anarchical system. While realists believe that state competes for power, resources and security under the anarchical system, however pluralists and liberalists view cooperation through international institutions under an anarchical system because these institutions can assist in bringing positive gains for both state and non-state actors. Although, constructivists believe in an anarchical system in the international relations, however, they disagree that the anarchy leads to war ad competition. "Based on the Wendt (1992) argument power politics and self-help do not necessarily follow either causally or logically from anarchy and that if today we find ourselves… Continue Reading...

Evaluation Of the Aging Process

existing homeostasis that makes her become hyper-active. As Francine continues to feel isolated and depressed, her internal resources are exhausted and free radicals generated, which in turn results to aging. This essentially means that Francine's aging has been brought by the release of stress hormones brought by feelings of isolation and depression. As a social worker, I would apply my knowledge of the process of aging to Francine's case through examining the environmental factors that contribute to her stress. The assessment of these environmental factors helps in guiding social work practice when working with older clients. In this case,… Continue Reading...

Incompatibility Between Islam and Human Rights

humans when they are born, and these rights allow humans to develop their inner resources. Typically, no human agency or temporal ruler can abolish the rights created by God. Mawdudi, (2014) point out that Quran stipulates fundamental human rights similar to the rights in the UDHR such as the right to life. Quran states that the first basic human right is to respect human life. The Holy Quran states: "Whosoever kills a human being without (any reason like) man slaughter, or corruption on earth, it is as though he had killed all mankind. .." (Quran 5:32). In this case,… Continue Reading...

Niger Delta Militants

classified as terrorists or as a force seeking control of resources. Tobor (2016) identifies the problem related to this study as being one in which governmental policies designed to address the situation in the Niger Delta depend upon a proper and adequate understanding of the stakeholders. The study attempts to clarify the issue by identifying how Niger Delta militants can best be described -- whether as terrorists or as militants. The classification is essential because the label impacts the way policy makers approach the situation and their view of stakeholders' objectives. Tobor (2016) expects that the findings of the… Continue Reading...

Global Warming in 21st Century

of per capita emissions (BBC News Magazine, 2016). Nonetheless, developed countries are the least affected. With more wealth and resources, developed countries are better placed to adapt and respond to the consequences of global warming (Maguire, 2014). Among other things, we have erected flood defenses, allocated a substantial amount of funds to flood insurance, and resorted to genetically modified organisms in an effort to deal with food security -- all in an attempt to deal with global warming and climate change. Developing countries, on the other hand, have reaped less from industrialization, but are more vulnerable to the consequences… Continue Reading...

Us Military Performance Against British in War Of 1812

war was a matter of life and death for the British; hence most of its resources and efforts were focused on the war. This left fewer resources for the war in North America. Resorting to a defensive strategy, the British focused on protecting naval communications between Canada and England, guarding Upper and Lower Canada, and obstructing America's merchant activities. Though the British had more well-trained troops compared to the U.S., they faced a manpower disadvantage as American troops significantly outnumbered them (Smith). This disadvantage was, however, compensated by Britain's allies in North America, especially the Native Americans. The challenge… Continue Reading...

African-american Ownership in U.s. Oil and Gas Sector

In spite of involving a great deal of time, effort, resources, and planning, interviews enable a closer interaction between the researcher and the subject(s), thereby facilitating a deeper inquiry of the subject matter (Bryman, 2008). There are three major types of interviews from which the researcher may choose: structured interview, unstructured interview, and semi-structured interview (Robson, 2016). A structured interview is an interview characterized by planned or standardized questions. The interviewer presents the interviewee with questions in a systematic manner without room for modification of the prearranged questions or presentation of unplanned questions. An unstructured interview, on the other… Continue Reading...

Professional Assessment Of Personal Performance

have accomplished. I have translated passion and motivation into workable skills and dependable professional resources. My next steps for licensure include working with my mentors for an action plan, in which I consult with them as to the ideal professional organizations to join in my state, and obtaining not just licensure but insurance and a secure area in which to practice. Continue Reading...

Jonathan Giver Scholarship

galvanized by the challenges associated with thinking quickly and resolving small issues using minimal resources. The novel skills I acquired and honed at the Universal Studios will prove instrumental to my independent projects. Throughout high school at Bear Valley, I have actively participated in sports, having been appointed the school's sports president as well as captain of the school volleyball team. I have also always enjoyed playing tennis, towards which I devoted time even in high school. I continue to actively play the game to this day. Despite my initial struggles and financial challenges, I was never deterred from… Continue Reading...

Using Emotional Intelligence in the Workplace

the management of methods, technologies and procedures is centralized to ensure efficient use of resources and effective scheduling of activities in support of organizational objectives. Many factors play a part in the successful management of project portfolios -- including the way in which employees relate to their project manager. As economic instabilities on a global scale have pushed back the retiring age of many Baby Boomers, there is a greater mix of younger and older generations now in the workforce than ever before (Stewart, Oliver, Cravens, Oishi, 2017). Added to this is the fact that Generation X and Generation… Continue Reading...

South African Poetry Analysis

brought combatants into its field and watched them fight one another for this higher claim while their vital resources and essences are depleted and drained. Another mythical reference is alluded to in the verb "slung" -- the sling of David, used against the giant adversary Goliath: but here in the poem the weapon is not a stone but a "voice" -- angry words -- and the sounds that are breathed out of one's lungs and given shape by the mouth are used as a metaphor for weapons -- fired out of the sling directly into the adversary, now recognized… Continue Reading...

Asian Bioethics and Towards Reconciliation

has begun to protect its intellectual property rights on its biological science resources (such as tissue samples or embryos), which has also raised important ethical questions. Standardization and codification is just beginning, with some journals and resource books on bioethics being published in China. Political and Pragmatic Concerns There are few private sponsors of scientific research, let alone bioethics research, in China. The government agencies primarily responsible for funding research in biological sciences and life sciences include the Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST), which is connected with the National Natural Science Foundation (NNSFC). Foreign private sources and international… Continue Reading...

Healthy Advice for Women Carrying Babies

2013). Hence, it behooves pregnant women to use great care and reach out for good medical resources when using homeopathic remedies. The First Trimester Doctor Jennifer Worden is a general practitioner in the UK, and a member of the British Homeopathic Association (BHA). She explains that during the first few weeks of pregnancy, the woman expects to feel "nausea or sickness," sometimes women actually vomit. To help the woman with the nausea, Worden suggests taking "Cocculus indica" (made from the cockle flower), three times daily (the dosage is 30c). And if the nausea is more serious in the morning… Continue Reading...

Communicating Qualitative Research Analysis

of Computer and Information Science. (n.d.). Qualitative Research Methods: A Data Collector's Field Guide. Retrieved from Northeastern University website: http://www.ccs.neu.edu/course/is4800sp12/ resources/qualmethods.pdf Creswell, J.W. (2014). Research design: qualitative, quantitative, and mixed methods approaches (4th ed.). Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publication Inc. Garrison, A.H. (2009). The Influence of Research on Criminal Justice Policy Making. Professional Issues in Criminal Justice, 4(1), 9-21. Martin, R., Cohen, J.W. & Champion, D.R. (2013, January). Conceptualization, Operationalization, Construct Validity, and Truth in Advertising in Criminological Research. Journal of Theoretical & Philosophical Criminology, 5(1), 1-38. Roller, M.R. & Lavrakas, P.J. (2013, July 31). 10 Distinctive Qualities of Qualitative… Continue Reading...

Ethnic Self Identity

They have asserted their knowledge of local folklore, religious rules and management of resources including forests. This is cultural capital that they have deployed to resist the symbolic subjugation that they experience from state agents (Santasombat, 2004). Karen identity is also strongly marked by religion. It is both uniting and divisive. Identity studies involve identification of sameness and how much difference there is between the members of a group. The categorization applied by powerful forces from outside is commonly internalized as forming part of the standard for self identification. Indeed, classification and categorization are central elements in the identification… Continue Reading...

How Diversification Can Help Ceos Financially

capitalists. Today's student may be among entrepreneurs in the future, and should take stock of VC resources. Limitations: future studies should apply a different strategy, Zhang explains (294). And future research should "correct the data selection bias by building a more inclusive database" than the Pratt's Guide. Continue Reading...

Health Care Organizational Leadership

other. Shared leadership takes into account making the most of all the human resources in an organization by enabling persons and giving them a chance to take leadership positions in their areas of expertise. It necessitates members of a team to be willing and prepared to extend their feedback to the team in a manner that purposes to influence and motivate the direction to be taken by the group. In addition, the team in general must be inclined to accept and depend on feedback from other members of the team (Goldsmith, 2010). These elements can promote a culture of… Continue Reading...

Hsms Gap Analysis Hazard Identification and Risk Assessments

ensure that works are done on a timely manner, with less resources and less delays due to accidents and absenteeism due to illness. Therefore the aim of this report is to demonstrate to senior management that a thorough review of the HSE management system is undertaken, risks are identified and gaps addressed to ensure additional control measures are put in place to make the associated risks as low as reasonably practicable. Therefore key objectives are: 1. To review APMTC's HSE Management system and evaluate it against the BS OHSAS 18001:2007 standard in order to establish areas of non-conformance and… Continue Reading...

Social Capital

values and knowledge that aid collaboration within or among groups. It alludes to the resources accessible in and via individual and business networks. These resources comprise of conceptions, data, information, business prospects, power, capital and emotional support (OECD, 2016). Kritsotakis and Gamarnikow (2004) explain that social capital can be delineated as the summation of five characteristics. First is the existence of community networks, which encompasses human interrelation within a community through societies, groups and other networks. Secondly, there is civic engagement that includes the participation of individuals in the communal practices and the utilization of the aforementioned networks. A… Continue Reading...

Research Paper Topic and Annotated Bibliography

from seeking a librarian's assistance in acquiring national as well as international resources and literature. My extended study must aim at achieving a very detailed literature review to ensure it enlightens me regarding all facets of my research topic (Alston & Bowles, 2003). References Alston, M., & Bowles, W. (2003). Research for social workers: An introduction to methods. Psychology Press. Baird, G., Simonoff, E., Pickles, A., Chandler, S., Loucas, T., Meldrum, D., & Charman, T. (2006). Prevalence of disorders of the autism spectrum in a population cohort of children in South Thames: the Special Needs and Autism Project (SNAP).… Continue Reading...

Taming the Measurement Monster

Employee complaint ratio 8. Overall medication usage 9. Bed occupancy rate 10. Acute problem 11. Boarding problem 12. Overall patient satisfaction 13. Utilization of resources (Sorup et al., 2013). Of the measures listed in #4, select the top 3 that you think would be most useful to senior hospital administrators during its upcoming meeting with the Board of Directors In general, the main objective of senior hospital administrators is to make certain that the operations being undertaken by the entity are optimal. This implies that the hospital is running, operating and rendering health care services in the best way possible. Taking into consideration the list… Continue Reading...

Business Ethics Crisis

that controls the way in which personnel are to work in tandem and make the most of resources to achieve organization's objectives. Volkswagen had a tainted top down organizational structure where decision making was reliant on a strong leader and very few executives as key advisers. These individuals had excessive power on the operation and direction of the company. This kind of organizational structure not only makes the company sluggish to respond to changes taking place in the market, but it also leaves it with palpable flaws (Ferrazzi, 2015). This methodology to organizational culture is out-of-date, obsolete and indecisive… Continue Reading...

Impact Of Syrian Refugee Crisis on Marketing Arena

more with refugees in mind, the increased output may be a waste of time, effort, and resources as refugees may not be in a position to purchase the output. While the refugee crisis may benefit European businesses by providing a greater market for goods and services, the challenge of cultural differences cannot be ignored. Indeed, culture theory demonstrates that significant differences exist between countries in terms of values, beliefs, attitudes, perceptions, traditions, and behaviours (Mullins & Walker, 2013). Middle Easterners and Europeans are substantially different with respect to culture. As culture influences how a certain group of people behaves,… Continue Reading...

Ce41o Unit 6 Assignment

children from a wide range of family statuses and seek to provide the best learning environment even amidst limited resources. They should be ready to be held accountable for their approaches too (Sheridan, Edwards, Marvin, & Knoche, 2009). The passage of the No Child Left Behind Act 2001 (PL 107 -- 110) and the Good Start, Grow Smart complement the understanding of the need for high quality early childhood educators. In his initiative, he guidelines for early childhood education serve as the direction for best practice and assessment. Those trusted with child care should have certain specified qualification be… Continue Reading...

Big Data Is Here to Stay

A downside is that not all ERP systems are accustomed and designed to properly harness and use Big Data resources. Indeed, an ERP or Big Data Application is only as smart and adept as the person designing or using the technology. Then, focus specifically on how Big Data analytics can be used to improve decision-making. Be sure to use examples that relate to AIS. Two common and often-used benefits and uses for big data is inventory optimization and pricing optimization. Indeed, humans can engage in those activities but computers that are properly configured to monitor and use data can… Continue Reading...

Case 13 Ups Logistics and to Move Toward 4pl

in a better position to manage the flow of information. Similarly, competent human resources and capital assets provide assurance to customers that a provider is indeed capable of adding value to the supply chain. How would 3 PLs score on these criteria against competition (contract manufacturers, consultants, IT vendors, transport companies, and freight forwarders)? Competitors may score better or poorer than 3 PLs on the above criteria. For instance, transport companies and freight forwarders often focus on the physical movement of goods, implying that they pay little or no attention to the 4PL concept. Therefore, 3 PLs score better… Continue Reading...

Chinese Literature

agency which Granny has. Instead, Ah Nee requires her master, his wealth, and his material resources to provide for what she needs in life. Thus, she demonstrates agency in a way which is predicated on her ability to get what she wants from a man (her master). The author states Ah Nee "Never stole tea except when her husband came" (Chang 105). This quotation signifies a different sort of agency than that illustrated in "Granny". The sort of power Ah Nee is able to exercise is firstly predicated on her master's material possessions -- in this case, his tea.… Continue Reading...

Notion Of White Fragility

and status over other races. Additionally, the society has seemingly established protective resources and benefits that advance and reinforce white supremacy, which is in turn the premise of white fragility. Due to the notion of white supremacy, white people are flimsy to gossip, voyeurism and any other actions that threaten their perceived racial privilege. Apart from perceived white supremacy or superiority, white fragility is also founded on the belief that racism is about good or bad people or moral and immoral actions. In this case, good people with moral acts cannot be racist, which implies that racism is viewed… Continue Reading...

Budgeting

from external parties is to use security systems and metrics. This aids in making certain that the resources within the information system are aptly safeguarded from threats. Another threat to the information system is viruses. These programs are a major concern as they can easily lead to data loss, with the possibility of crashing the entire system. The best way to mitigate this threat is by using the most effective anti-virus products. This way, the organization is able to scan its systems and clear out any viruses. A third threat to organizational information systems is theft. The loss of… Continue Reading...

Strategic Plan

management involves not only creating the strategic plan and overseeing its implementation, but also mobilizing and providing the necessary resources (Hill & Jones, 2012). Introducing a new product is without a doubt a resource-intensive undertaking, requiring processes such as research and development (R&D), procurement, product testing, and marketing, hence the need for management commitment. In most cases, it is prudent for the management to constitute a team to implement the project (Hayes, 2014). This ensures more specific accountability for the project. As introducing the new product involves several diverse processes, the project team should be drawn from different functions… Continue Reading...

Individual Instructional Needs Of Students

most other students may be directed to use reference materials, learners such as Mike should be assigned more complex resources; it may be a source that contains more details about the subject under study. • Product differentiation: Students with special abilities may be requested to complete their tasks independently, in tiered instruction, as opposed to the guided sessions that the average learners may be subjected to. Such learners may also be assigned a different set of criteria to handle the product. • Flexibility in grouping students with advanced math skills: Gifted learners should be granted a chance to interact… Continue Reading...

Managing Quality Safety and Individual Performance in Healthcare

management of the organization mobilizing and providing the necessary resources as well as creating and maintaining a culture of quality improvement. Indeed, a culture of quality improvement is an important element of quality management. The organization continuously measures quality, builds on successes, and improves on weaknesses. Ongoing measurement of quality means that the organization makes every decision based on authentic data as opposed to intuition. Finally, the element of employee empowerment means that employees are involved in decision making and motivated properly. With its origin in the Japanese manufacturing industry in the 1960s, TQM has over the years found… Continue Reading...

Human Resource

by Guerrero and Naulleau (2016) outline that organizations have essential resources needed to aid individuals in faster work grieves. Elements like the arrival of a new superior with mutual values of the subjects, the likelihood of career development, and an alteration in discourse with the coming in of a new organization director give a boost to the subjects by aiding them subconsciously renegotiate or search for new objects within new organizational prospects. Conclusion Psychological contracts in the workplace encompass unspoken expectations between the employer and the employee and such expectations predate the formation of a contract. Psychological contracts touch… Continue Reading...

Cause Of Us Revolution

the colonies were tremendous sources of wealth for the mother country, and viewed the resources of those lands as their own. The people who lived in those lands, however, did not agree with this view. They saw themselves as having effective control over the lands and felt that they were not being granted enough power over those lands. That included the power to make laws and the power of taxation. This created tension between the colonists and the mother country, as the colonists increasingly saw themselves more as American than British, but just as important they saw themselves as… Continue Reading...

Systems Perspective and Social Work Practice

current problems. Additionally, the use of a systems perspective helps to understand resources that are available to client and his/her interactions with these resources. The information is in turn utilized to develop a suitable treatment plan for the client based on available resources and his/her interactions with the multiple systems in his/her life. Based on this scenario, one of the important support systems or resources for Lester's condition is his family. As shown in the case, Lester is close with his family, especially his sister-in-law who has enhanced the level of support she gives to Lester (Plummer, Makris &… Continue Reading...

Security Leader in a Military Organization

preparations are made on time, especially with respect to mobilizing resources and gathering information about the characteristics of the mission environment. Effective time management becomes even more important once the troops are on the battleground. In fact, time is arguably the most important element during war. How effectively troop leaders manage time to a large extent determines how successful the troops are. Therefore, military leaders must be effective time managers. Service Leadership and Leading by Example Service leadership is a leadership philosophy based on the concept of servant leadership. A servant leader is the one who puts the needs… Continue Reading...

Introduction to Global Business

system of assignment and power relationships that control how individuals bring together their actions and utilize resources to accomplish organizational goals. It permits for activities based upon a division of labor by setting up functions and tasks into various departments, standards or specialty. It enables harmonization and assimilation of activities through ranked management, official rules and procedures, teaching and socialization. In addition, it institutes the organization's borders and standardizes its interactions with its setting and with other organizations. Examples of organizational structures include matrix structure, divisional structure, hybrid structure and functional structure. Chapter 11 Chapter eleven discusses global human… Continue Reading...

Leadership Culture in a Healthcare Organization

Instead, a culture of leadership advances gradually by undertaking the essential steps and investing time and resources that are needed to form leaders not just at the highest levels of organizations, but also all over the organization (Schein, 2006). Leadership culture can be outlined as the system of time and again unspoken customs, standards and suppositions that act as guiding principles and direct the manner in which managers take leadership in a given organization. The behavior of leaders make up approximately forty to sixty percent of organizational culture. Their behavior are the fundamental factor in influencing leadership culture (Read,… Continue Reading...

Performance Management

employee effectiveness that provide insight into how efficient allocation of resources might best be achieved. Still, there are other factors and decision making management personnel who should have a say in how resources are allocated. By combining the insights of various management personnel (not just from performance management), a decision about resource allocation can be reached through a kind of democratic process -- i.e., a collaborative or committee process that takes various aspects of the situation into consideration (such as resource availability, timelines, overall objective of the organization, etc.). In this manner, the sense that the performance management team… Continue Reading...

Strategic Implementation

individuals the power to try new practices, the knowledge and resources required and also providing them with a safety net for individuals in the event they fail. Garnering short wins encompasses commencing with projects that necessitate the minimum level of change and have high likelihood of success. This generates reliability and impetus that encourages key organizational members to get in line with the strategy in place. The seventh phase of the toll encompasses consolidating gains and pressing on. It is necessary not to stop after a temporary win but rather forge ahead to tackle deeply entrenched issues. The final… Continue Reading...

Aurora Colorado Theater Shooting After Action Report

emergency situation, the incident commander is responsible for managing personnel and resources at the scene with the aim of ensuring seamless response to the incident (Bjelopera et al., 2013). Ordinarily, Aurora has three district police commanders on duty: one duty lieutenant and two duty captains (TriData Division, 2014). The duty lieutenant is responsible for responding to any emergency situations within the city. Duty captains are always on call, but at the time of the shooting, the duty captain was off-duty, consequently responding to the incident from home. While the Aurora Police Department (APD) claims to employ National Incident Management… Continue Reading...

Social Justice

History and Timeline of the Affordable Care Act (ACA). Retrieved from: https:// resources.ehealthinsurance.com/affordable-care-act/history-timeline-affordable-care-act-aca Institute of Medicine (US). (2013). Returning home from Iraq and Afghanistan: Assessment of readjustment needs of veterans, service members, and their families. National Academies Press. Medicaid. (2017). Affordable Care Act. Retrieved from: https://www.medicaid.gov/affordable-care-act Simas, D. (2013). Why We Passed the Affordable Care Act in the First Place. The White House. Retrieved from: https://obamawhitehouse.archives.gov/blog/2013/10/30/why-we-passed-affordable-care-act-first-place Smith, S., Lai, Z., Almirall, D., Goodrich, D., Abraham, K., Nord, K., & Kilbourne, A. (2017). Implementing effective policy in a national mental health reengagement program for veterans. Journal of Nervous & Mental Disease,… Continue Reading...

Human Development

Association. (2002). Developing Adolescents: A Reference for Professionals. Retrieved April 27, 2017, from American Psychological Association: http://www.apa.org/pi/families/ resources/develop.pdf Caskey, M. & Anfara, J. V. (1999-2017). Developmental Characteristics of Young Adolescents. Retrieved April 27, 2017, from Association for Middle Level Education: https://www.amle.org/ ArticleID/455/Developmental-Characteristics-of-Young-Adolescents.aspx Curtis, A. C. (2015). Defining Adolescence. Journal of Adolescent and Family Health, 7 (2), 1-40. Retrieved from: http://scholar.utc.edu/jafh/vol7/iss2/2 Sanders, R. A. (2013). Adolescent Psychosocial, Social, and Cognitive Development. Pediatrics in Review, 34 (8). Retrieved from: http://pedsinreview.aappublications.org/content/34/8/354 Sokol, J. T. (2009). Identity Development Throughout the Lifetime: An Examination of Eriksonian Theory. Graduate Journal of Counseling Psychology, 1 (2), 1-11.… Continue Reading...

Multinational Companies

of the major complexities MNCs face relate to human resource management (HRM). Indeed, managing human resources in the international context can be a daunting task. This is particularly because of considerable cultural, institutional, economic, and political differences across countries (Thite, Wilkinson and Shah, 2012). National (country-of-origin) characteristics tend to influence how MNCs behave in the host country. They influence not only corporate strategy, but also the kind of HRM practices MNCs adopt in the host country (Sethi and Elango, 1999; Yu, Park and Cho, 2007; Cox, 2014; Chung and Furusawa, 2015). For their subsidiaries or overseas operations, MNCs often… Continue Reading...

Special Education and Student Needs

Left Behind's greatest achievement? The Atlantic. Retrieved from: https://www.theatlantic.com/education/archive/2015/07/no-child-left-behind-one-big-achievement/399455/ Restraint and seclusion. (2012). US Department of Education. Retrieved from: https://www2.ed.gov/policy/seclusion/restraints-and-seclusion- resources.pdf Shapiro, J. (2014). National data confirms cases of restraint and seclusion in public schools. NPR. Retrieved from: http://www.npr.org/2014/06/19/322915388/national-data-confirms-cases-of-restraint-and-seclusion-in-public-schools Strauss, V. (2015). Will schools lose federal funds if kids don't take mandated tests? The Washington Post. Retrieved from: https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/answer-sheet/wp/2015/04/02/will-schools-lose-federal-funds-if-kids-dont-take-mandated-tests-fact-vs.-threat/?utm_term=.3052e2482baa Continue Reading...

Swot Analysis to Develop Strategy

that we have a team together with the right mix of resources to take advantage of that opportunity. Had we not, it would have been important to ensure that the right mix was put together, but we do appear to be in a pretty good situation and very close to being ready to start the business officially with launch in just a couple of months. The second implication is perhaps more important for a start-up. Taking advantage of the opportunity will take time -- most businesses are not built in a day. This means that 3 Squares needs to… Continue Reading...

Non Credit Programs on Workforce Education

to the growth of this sector; these questions include the efficiency of colleges in utilizing resources and how well access is being provided for their (colleges) students. Answering the questions raised above will likely challenge state policies and practices at colleges, although analysing the effects of this program may be a herculean task due to the absence of data on activities as basic as admissions and acceptance in community college non-credit workforce education. With increasing states and college investments of resources on non-credit workforce education, increased outcome data collection will help to evaluate the effectiveness of these programs in… Continue Reading...

Activity Based Costing

whole, can come to an end and deplete valuable resources as data is gathered, measured, and keyed into the new system. In addition, organizations may also need the help of a consultant that is an expert in setting up an ABC system and can offer training on its application and administration. The utilization of software can bring into play an extra expense for the execution and computerization of the manual elements that encompass using the activity-based costing system (Lal, 2009). The ABC system is also considered to have a flaw as it misconstrues data. The information reported by an… Continue Reading...

Robert Hayden Those Winter Sundays

4, pp. 245-247. Hayden, Robert. "Those Winter Sundays." Retrieved online: https://www.poetryfoundation.org/ resources/learning/core-poems/detail/46461 Hiraldo, Carlos. "Is Their Class in This Room?" About Campus. Wiley Online Library, DOI: 10.1002/abc.20042. Moore, Harry. "Offices of Love": A New Look at the Ending of Hayden's 'Those Winter Sundays.'" The Explicator, Vol. 69, No. 2, p. 56-59. Continue Reading...

Argos Shipping Company Business Plan

routes to reduce the costs of operations as well as reducing low marketing costs with maximum efficiency to deploy resources. Justification of Flag, Registration Procedure, and P&I Club Since our business is located in the United States, we will need to register our merchant ship in Luxembourg under the flag of convenience to reduce our operating costs as well as avoiding the regulations of our home country. We will register in Luxembourg flag using their national flag to assist in determining the legal jurisdictions to operate and determine our tax obligation. The benefit of declaring our flag of convenience… Continue Reading...

Camden New Jersey and Corruption Exploitation

either way using religion as a means of generating collective resources to rally against corruption and also as a means of remaining as psychologically and socially healthy as humanly possible within their devastating surrounds. One of the key elements related to wanton destruction, alienation, and exploitation is how the urban landscape of Camden has changed over the years. What was once a fairly wealthy town due to the presence of Campbell's soup and thriving shipyards now runs on two of shadiest businesses imaginable: illicit drugs (controlled by gangs) and the scrap metal industry. Strain theory shows how residents of… Continue Reading...

Human Resource Management in a Competitive Environment

the organization is to train its individuals to make them efficient resources. The concept of human capital management encourages organizations to treat their employees as crucial resources in organizational productivity (Baron & Armstrong, 2007). The management and development of employees as per their key responsibility fields does not only make them indispensable resources but also ensures their maximum contribution towards the company. Therefore, any organization intending to realize great success must closely focus on their human capital management. An organization's employees comprise the greatest, irreplaceable asset; by developing and keeping them strong, a company has the best possible opportunity… Continue Reading...

Understanding the Collapse Of the Roman Empire

who do not participate in the production of primary resources. This social complexity needs significant amounts of energy or other forms of wealth. When the Roman Empire confronted problems like the shortage of energy, it created new layers of social class, infrastructure, and bureaucracy to deal with the challenge (Tainter 128). With Tainter's theory in mind, it is clear that the Roman Empire came down because these increasing complexities led to the negative marginal returns (Tainter 188). As such, the agricultural output of Rome slowly decreased while the population increased (Skoll 64). A combination of these two factors led… Continue Reading...

The History Of American Social Welfare

have occasionally located their shared intersectionalities and disadvantaged status, racism and segregation prevented these two cohorts from combining their resources in an effective way (Social Work Speaks). The Civil Rights Movement helped create new partnerships for women of color and for women with white privilege. References Social Work Speaks 8. The multifaceted causes of the Great Depression included financial speculation and runaway capitalism without any government control on monopolization or trusts, but the proximate cause was of course the stock market crash of 1929. Bank failures and crop failures due to environmental conditions and land misuse were also problems… Continue Reading...

Marketing Tools for Business Strategy

that it is critical for leaders to understand the external environment of their business. Leadership controls resources -- human resources, budgets -- that are needed to put the business in a position to respond to changes in the environment. As an example, the trend towards more video in marketing is a reality. But if the people at the top of the company are unaware, they might be skeptical about setting the budget to hire a videographer and the right hosting software. The result is that the company lags behind because the right resources weren't in place to get ahead… Continue Reading...

Public Sector Performance Measurement

2016). PBM implementation is often thought to be exclusive to large organizations, which are perceived to have the resources and capacity necessary for undertaking PBM. This is not necessarily true. Smaller organizations can as well implement and benefit from PBM if they have proper leadership in place. Indeed, the importance of leadership in the success of PBM cannot be understated. PBM is likely to succeed when the leadership of the organization provides the required support, resources, and commitment. Though resources are important, leadership is arguably a more important antecedent. Effective and committed leadership, however, may not amount to much… Continue Reading...

African American Culture

caregiving, promotion of self-care, and reflection on the AA family and community as resources for care (Samson, Parker, Dye, & Hepburn, 2016, p. 492). The last article provides a close look on the perspective of the African-American experience and cultural competence with healthcare. The authors note the impact slavery has had on the African-American population and noted the cultural differences that influence healthcare attitudes and decisions regarding healthcare. For example, they noted religion's part in African-American interaction with health care. Some in the population use home remedies because they distrust the government and remain health illiterate. "The authors identify… Continue Reading...

Lesson Plan

When we recycle, we not only reduce waste, but also minimise the depletion of natural resources. Recycling starts at home. It starts with us. It is time to change how we treat the environment. We must be more responsible. We must be more mindful about what we do and what we buy. By doing something at the individual level, we can make a big difference. Objectives Students will: • Understand the concept of recycling • Understand what creates waste • Understand the impact of waste on the environment • Understand why recycling is important • Learn how they can… Continue Reading...

Difference Between Correlation & Causality

the metrics are good, then the amount of funding and resources deployed can probably be dialed back. However, if the outcomes are more and more negative, then programs and efforts can be ramped up. Of course, the metrics in question could not be used as a way to measure the efficacy of ARC directly. The presence of unemployment, per capita income and poverty rates are mostly a result of broader economic influences and most of those are outside of the complete control of the ARC. Even so, the ARC can use the results as a way to help make… Continue Reading...

Community Contribution to Solving Existing Problem

awareness on the level of risk, and access to support systems and resources. It is therefore critical that Boston's public health initiatives confront these wider contexts and realities (Kar, Dube, & Kar, 2014). One of the options to consider is to cut down on the sale of foods that qualify as junk foods in restaurants within neighbourhoods by zoning embargoes. They should primarily target convenience stores located in high density neighbourhoods that have been observed to show poor health outcomes. They can alternatively engage existing convenience stores to sell foods that are healthier (Kar, Dube, & Kar, 2014). How… Continue Reading...

Increasing Patient Satisfaction

the previous six months. You will need to identify the various resources available for tracking patient satisfaction, establish a clear bench mark and design a specific plan of action for reversing this trend. It is essential to note in your development that research has shown nurse communication and hourly rounding to be key drivers in patient satisfaction metric improvements. These points should be a focus of your change initiative. Roger's Change Theory The diffusion of innovation theory, or Roger's change theory, was first proposed by Everett Rogers more have a half a century ago. Despite the theories age, it… Continue Reading...

Film Culture and Its Impact on Civil and Social Rights

black were separated. However, the black population lacked financial resources to fight for their rights. With the "Supreme Court victory of Brown v. Board of Education of 1954 that rejected separation of white and black school systems (11)"[footnoteRef:6] marked the beginning of civil and social right movements. However, this Supreme Court decision did not have immediate effects, nevertheless, it assisted in producing effects such as boycotts, and marches that marked the era of civil rights movements, and civil disobedience in the United States. For example, the bus boycott that happened in 1955 was designed to oppose the city's policy… Continue Reading...

Veterans Mental Health Services

of vulnerable and oppressed groups, and that they must ensure access to the required services, resources, and information. For social workers in the military context, however, the fulfillment of this role may be hampered by conflicts between professional and military ethics. For instance, social workers working with veterans may have to consider exceptions in relation to informed consent and confidentiality (Prosek & Holm, 2012). In other words, social workers may be required to report beyond the normal ethical protocols or to exercise greater flexibility as far as informed consent is concerned. On its part, the federal government has enacted… Continue Reading...

Policies on Child Abuse and Neglect

lessening child abuse and neglect as well as providing necessary resources and support that enhances children's development and well-being. The development of policy initiatives that target reduction of child abuse and neglect is crucial because policies govern the practices of social work professionals when offering support and resources for promoting children's development and well-being. Given the significance of policies in helping social workers to lessen child abuse and neglect, several policies have been developed and established at the federal and state levels of government. The existing federal and state policies addressing child abuse and neglect focus on the effect… Continue Reading...

Swot Analysis

work hours, and staff turnover. In essence, prioritising weaknesses helps the organisation to determine where to focus its resources and effort more in order to achieve the minimum level of weaknesses possible. References Ginter, P. (2013). The strategic management of health care organizations. 7th ed. Hoboken: Wiley. Harrison, J. (2010). Essentials of strategic planning in healthcare. U.S.: Health Administration Press. Hill, C., & Jones, G. (2012). Essentials of strategic management. 3rd ed. Boston: Cengage Learning. Continue Reading...

Critiquing a Nursing Article with Picot

the clinical setting because it provides the foundation for evidence-based practice. Fourth, I would need the type of human resources and administrative support resources Gaffney et al. (2012) refer to in the article in order to accomplish desired changes to the clinical setting. Finally, the members of the health care delivery team who would be able to assist me in implementing evidence-based changes include my colleagues and supervisors as well as the administrators of the organization and patient advocates. References Gaffney, D.A., et al. (2012). Making things right. Nursing Research and Practice 2012, doi:10.1155/2012/243210. Continue Reading...

Special Education Theory and Intervention

of research based instructional strategies by classroom teachers would be to mobilize both human and fiscal resources. As Stahl (2016) points out, schools need to be made more accountable for their resources allocation strategies. I would make sure my school not only followed the best practices evident in recent research on RTI and cognitive science but also to follow best practices for accountability and professional standards. Stahl (2016) recommends distinguishing differentiation from intervention, allocating resources according to student need, and tracking tier movement at the grade level, all of which are feasible interventions in any particular school. References Hauerwas,… Continue Reading...

Psy 620 Psychology and Cognitive Science Journals

that connotes a complete student immersion in the learning experience via accessing resources outside of the immediate learning environment. The peripheral items could be external to the classroom, for example. Collins & Greeno (2010) also mention the term "situative," which emphasizes the importance of environmental or situational constraints on learning. In the context of the Collins & Greeno (2010) study, situative learning stresses the importance of social interactions and social learning scenarios like cooperative learning strategies. Finally, Collins & Greeno (2010) refer to "cognitive apprenticeship, which builds and capitalizes on the benefits of mentoring and other types of unique… Continue Reading...

Operational Marketing and Strategic Positioning

one of the steps in the positioning process as described in the text, requires a heavy investment of resources into operational marketing and only major firms are in the position of allocating such large amounts of funds into such activities. The need for resources is evident in specific case studies, such as when applying the domains to the Health through Walls organization marketing management plan ("Health Through Walls," 2014). Likewise, when evolving new brands within the same firm, the positioning strategy can be even more straightforward, as brands can even be developed based on consumer preferences rather than retrofitting… Continue Reading...

Traditional Costing and Activity Based Costing Approaches

of activities of a manufacturing procedure of the products that consume the resources utilized in those activities. The ABC system is purposed to offer the most conceivable benefit at the least general expense. In contrast, the traditional costing system does not have the capability to ascertain actual product or service costs in an accurate manner. The system also lacks the capability to provide beneficial information to management for the objective of making vital operating decisions (Mahal and Hossain, 2015). Subsequent to carrying out ABC system, a company is able to examine its consumers and offer precise data and information.… Continue Reading...

Intelligence Learning Memory Cognition

is inheritable but can also be malleable. I believe that access to intelligence building resources and tools and multiple intelligences also plays into the concept of learning and intelligence. References Sternberg (2010) Text. Week 4 Self-regulated learning refers to the integration of multiple metacognitive processes, including the assimilation of background information or knowledge, metacognitive regulatory systems, the use of strategy in learning, motivation and even epistemological beliefs (Sperling, Howard, Staley & DuBois, 2004). Therefore, self-regulated learning is a complex phenomenon, helping to explain why human ethical behaviors are rarely cut and dry. Self-regulation does help with learning outcomes because… Continue Reading...

Relationship Between Church and State

World Fellowship, (2017). Christian Nominalism: Causes and Cures. Retrieved April 13, 2017 from http://www.awf.nu/ resources/study/christian-nominalism-causes-and-cures/ Capoccia T., (1986). Formalism. Retrieved April 13, 2017 from http://www.biblebb.com/files/ryle/PRACT11.TXT Catholic Pages, (2007). Church Hierarchy. Retrieved April 13, 2017 from http://www.catholic-pages.com/church/hierarchy.asp Curtis K., (2017). Constantine: Church History Timeline. Retrieved April 13, 2017 from http://www.christianity.com/church/church-history/timeline/301-600/constantine-11629643.html Haykin M. A. G., (1999). Constantine and His Revolution. Retrieved April 13, 2017 from http://sgfcanada.com/files/frps/constantine-27-6.pdf Continue Reading...

Artificial Intelligence and Futurism Transhumanism

every problem in terms of a combat for limited resources or an opportunity for exploitation. The notion that AI will potentially take over the world and that human beings will be forced to cede their power to AI is a largely baseless concern primarily because human beings are highly intelligent animals and artificially intelligent life is simply that -- intelligence that is potentially disembodied and not a slave to base instincts that reside in the reptilian brain. Human beings would benefit from uploading consciousness into technology to overcome the limitations of the body, which only brings about steady decay,… Continue Reading...

Digitalization to Enhance Customer Satisfaction at Apm Terminals

remains popular. Prudent business organizations invest a great deal of time, effort, and resources to ensure customer satisfaction always. They understand that in a fiercely competitive business environment, customers can easily switch to alternatives where their needs are more effectively met. From the telecommunications industry to the financial services industry and the healthcare industry, digitalization has been shown to have a tremendous impact on customer satisfaction (Deloitte, 2013; Meige and Schmitt, 2015). Digitalization makes the process of serving customers easier, quicker, more seamless, and more interactive. In the port industry, experts have touted digitalization as crucial for fulfilling the… Continue Reading...

Transparency and Governance

good governance can be defined as the legitimate, accountable and most effective ways of acquiring power as well as resources with the ultimate aim of implementing the widely accepted social goals. The key attributes of good governance are outlined as transparency, responsibility, accountability, participation and responsiveness to the needs of the people (United Nations Human Rights., 2017). Transparency is hinged on other arms and stakeholders of governance. One of the chief arms of governance is the independent judiciary that will help in interpreting the laws and also mete out legal punishment to the individuals or institutions that are found… Continue Reading...

Enron Ethics and Leadership Failures

would be fired every year. So it was more than competitive, and the human resources systems did not build in anything that would prevent unethical behavior to meet targets. There are therefore two separate issues related to Enron's culture: first the orientation of its executives towards falsifying information and the second in the organization's hyper-competitive atmosphere. That atmosphere has more to do with human resources and labor issues than about the white collar crimes committed by Enron executives. Both of these issues combined to create an ethical meltdown. 2. How would you characterize Enron's culture and what role, and… Continue Reading...

Management and Operation Consulting for Google

in which it has contributed to its growth. Besides, the resources and data necessary for consulting firms to relay to business the measures to undertake will be discussed. Finally, the financial impacts of operations consulting especially with regard to having positive impacts on business processes will be examined. When it was established, Google had no business model that could enable it to achieve its desired share in the global markets. Google was a maddeningly unprofitable company and this prompted it to explore effective strategies it could embrace for stability in its resources and revenue. The company managed to make… Continue Reading...

Social Work Care Case Study

including Jane, the sister who lives apart, to understand their options and what resources might be available to them. Social work expertise and input are critical for implementing effective services, not just in terms of recommending senior care facilities for Sara but also helping Stephanie. Increasingly, public policy is starting to catch up to empirical evidence supporting the importance of care continuity and effective social work coordination. As Fink-Samnick (2011) point out, "care coordination continues to attract national attention as an important component of service delivery to achieve quality, efficiency, and efficacy goals," (p. 1). One of the reasons… Continue Reading...

Minnesota Higher Education Committee Minutes and Review

- Higher Education Finance and Policy Committee. Senate.mn. Retrieved 4 April 2017, from https://www.senate.mn/committees/committee_bio.php?ls=90&cmte_id=3097 Minnesota. (2017). resources for Undocumented Students. ohe.state.mn.us. Retrieved 4 April 2017, from https://www.ohe.state.mn.us/mPg.cfm?pageID=1586 Continue Reading...

Ancient Rome Timeline Of Military

already established leaders and landholders. When the Roman authorities presumed control because of their superior weaponry and human resources, the underlying assumption was that the Barbarian peoples would easily succumb. That was not the case, and local tribes were in many cases as bellicose and warlike as Roman warriors. Vandals and Goths led the fight against Rome, and finally in 476 CE, "Germanic leader Odoacer staged a revolt and deposed the Emperor Romulus Augustulus," Andrews 1). 5. 313 CE: Christianity "In 313 C.E., Roman emperor Constantine the Great ended all persecution and declared toleration for Christianity." One of the… Continue Reading...

Control As Function Of the Management

the daily running of the business in relation to the human resources, as well as being responsible for the quality of the products that an organization could be manufacturing. This is one function of management, unlike the planning, organizing and leading function, that does not come to an end as long as the organization still exists, this job of management is never complete. The basic bureaucratic control system that can commonly apply to almost all organization often takes four major steps; setting the performance standards-this includes the consulted approach of the various management personnel and even external consultants in… Continue Reading...

Lean Production System Applied to Today's Business

put, in the business sense of it, lean means creating more value using fewer resources. Therefore, a lean organization is one that focuses more on maximizing customer value with minimal waste. Its key process is mainly to produce its customer value products increasingly. Lean is about standardizing work process to make problems visible and develop the team members' critical thinking ability so that they can solve those problems and improve work processes TOYOTA Toyota uses lean strategy in such a way that when the vehicle is ordered by a customer they prioritize it and makes the vehicle ordered for… Continue Reading...

Apple Market Share Increase for Ipad 4

known for its lean yet very efficient management team and human resources base, with the top management and decisions making team composed of engineers and a small project team that is also headed by engineers as indicated by Business Insider (2011). Apple is currently seen as a multinational corporation whose main base is in the USA with branches across the world and deals in computer software and consumer electronic goods. The well known products from Apple are the iPhone, the Mcintosh computers and the iPod, on the other hand its software that give it an edge over competitors are… Continue Reading...

Issues Within Special Education

in this class should be dealt with properly when it comes to metrics, resources and so forth, allowing such easy avoidance of scrutiny is a shortcut, is wholly unethical and the people that are doing this should be held to account for the games they are playing, literally, with the lives and quality of lives of their students. There are many people who criticize NCLB . . . and perhaps rightly so. However, using these loopholes as a way to not do one's job is rather gutless and punitive (Berwick, 2015). 3. It has been stated that special education… Continue Reading...

Apple Increase in Market Share for Ipad 4

is also known for its lean yet very efficient management team and human resources base, with the top management and decisions making team composed of engineers and a small project team that is also headed by engineers as indicated by Business Insider (2011). Apple is currently seen as a multinational corporation whose main base is in the USA with branches across the world and deals in computer software and consumer electronic goods. The well known products from Apple are the iPhone, the Mcintosh computers and the iPod, on the other hand its software that give it an edge over… Continue Reading...

Review Of Human Resource Management

can be delineated as a set of activities purposed at the management of organizational human resources at the global level to attain organizational aims and accomplish competitive advantage over rivals at national and global levels. It encompasses characteristic human resource management functions like training and development, recruitment and selection, as well as performance appraisal undertaken at the global level. So as to closely incorporate company operations across the globe, multinational corporations try to cultivate and instigate standardized human resource management practices by transmitting the practices being undertaken at the headquarters to subsidiaries situated overseas. Consequently, practices at the organization's… Continue Reading...

Marketing Management Plan

Amount ($) Hiring research firm 150,000 Data collection and analysis 80,000 Administrative costs 30,000 Logistics and travel 40,000 Miscellaneous 20,000 Total 320,000 In-house resources and Outside Vendors Conducting a market research often requires a great deal of resources. Presently, HtW does not have adequate internal resources to conduct the research. resources in this case denote both human and financial resources. Though the organisation has a number of research experts, the assistance of an external entity would be valuable. An entity with extensive experience in market research, especially within the context of non-profit organization, would enable the organization execute the research more effectively, hence the need to… Continue Reading...

Commercialization Of Media Influences Political Discourse

the content to be delivered. This is because time and space are limited resources to the media. It is a difficult decision-making process to decide what they will include and exclude from content coverage. Therefore, it means that there are some stories that never make it to the audience through mass media. Both internal and external factors influence what is to be included in the content to be covered by mass media houses. The first and most conspicuous one is the economics factor. Advertising constitutes and important part of the programs offered by the mass media and will also… Continue Reading...

Pop and Ilp Policing

among law enforcement regarding crime control and not prioritize operations that could lead to wasted resources and lack of positive outcomes. While the British had difficulties implementing such a policing model at first, the success of the model made other countries decide to implement such strategies for their police force. Canada for example, implemented their version of ILP in 2000 with New Zealand not far behind implementing theirs in 2002. Soon it became a topic for the U.S. law enforcement to pursue. Like POP, ILP was made to change the way police investigate and understand crime and crime trends.… Continue Reading...

Engineering Websites Of Three Colleges

links and things there are similar, but with two key differences. First, there is a " resources" bar at the top, above everything else, that links to resources for undergraduates, graduates, parents and faculty. Tulane should add something like that because it is clearly not linked on the main page. This should obviously correlate to the physical operations of the admissions office and the Engineering School in particular. Another thing that is present that Tulane should use is that there is a quick bar of statistics that show what makes Rice elite including the amount of research, how many people… Continue Reading...

Branding Strategy and Marketing Communication Plan

Increased customer retention and customer loyalty can be a valuable indicator of successful brand imaging. Advertising Strategy With companies often wasting resources on advertising, it is vital to have an effective advertising strategy. An advertising strategy outlines the plan for reaching out to and persuading potential customers (Lamb, Hair & McDaniel, 2009). In this case, the objectives of advertising are to raise product and brand awareness, increase sales and market share, and to enhance customer loyalty and customer retention. Achieving these objectives requires a combination of both offline and online as well as conventional and modern techniques. It requires a wide-ranging… Continue Reading...

Leadership in the Public Sector

leadership tends to be particularly more challenging. Public sector leaders often have to work with fewer resources to address increasingly complex challenges. In addition, effective leadership in the public sector is vital for not only driving employee motivation and performance, but also ensuring efficient performance of government agencies and the government in general (McCarthy, 2015). Indeed, leadership is important for effective public governance -- transparency, accountability, planning, efficiency, and so forth (Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development [OECD], 2001). Another challenge stems from the fact that public sector leaders operate within a conundrum of bureaucratic rules, processes, and processes,… Continue Reading...

Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility Csr

workers. More specifically, the company should increase compensation so that workers have more financial resources to support their basic needs. Secondly, the firm should provide workers with transport mechanisms (such as trucks) to reduce the large distances they have to cover every day moving indigenous plants from the jungle to the firm's manufacturing facility. This would minimize the health hazards the long treks pose to works. Finally, the firm can improve the wellbeing of the local community by funding water and electrification projects. By drilling boreholes, constructing dams, and increasing access to electricity, the firm would make the local… Continue Reading...

Bill Brady Case Swot Analysis

Bill Brady Case. SWOT Analysis. Retrieved online: https://www.mindtools.com/pages/article/newTMC_05.htm SWOT Analysis. Retrieved online: http://ctb.ku.edu/en/table-of-contents/assessment/assessing-community-needs-and- resources/swot-analysis/main Continue Reading...

Group Dynamics and Teams

venture into. More specifically, the responsibility of the team was to evaluate whether the organization had the resources and capabilities to offer the product, the revenue potential of the product, and how it would implement the idea if found viable. The team was to thoroughly examine the market for the product and draft a comprehensive report to the management, providing recommendations whether or not to proceed with the idea. The report was to be submitted to the management in six weeks. Led by the head of business development, the team comprised personnel from various functions across the organization, including… Continue Reading...

Overall Health in Fargo North Dakota

the river are two more, but they are technically in Minnesota. There are five police stations around town. • Educational resources Where is the nearest public library? Discuss the Schools and Universities/Community colleges? The public library is on 1st Ave. The University is a couple blocks northwest of that. The public school is a few blocks southwest of the library. • Religions What signs of religion do you see? Discuss the types of churches, mosques, temples? What services are offered by these churches, for example, Day Care, Mother's Day Out, Summer Camps, Languages Classes, Citizenship Classes, Food Banks, Clothing, other.… Continue Reading...

Healthcare Environment

training, which has often taken the credible amount of time and resources from the organization. Getting rid of the old system of communication and adopting, the new system has seen the facility spent many finances on resources and installation processes, something that has not been direct of benefit to the facility (Kearney-Nunnery, 2016). Many practitioners had gotten used to the old system and always find it hard to embrace and focus on the new system completely. The systematic production process has been low since the adoption of this system as the facility operators are still learning it gradually. The… Continue Reading...

Pros and Cons Of a Communication Strategy Nursing

more efficient and effective (Dufault, Duquette, Ehmann, et al., 2010; Halm, 2013). The resources needed to create organizational change would require cooperation from senior administrators at the healthcare organization. Unfortunately, the administration does not listen to junior nursing staff because of the organizational culture. Changing the organizational culture would be ideal, but until that time, junior nurses do need to work together and empower themselves by speaking up during handoffs. Asking important questions and offering pertinent information even when beyond protocol would help to change the ways nurses communicate during these critical periods. Communication is important for maintaining high… Continue Reading...

Social, Political, and Cultural Pressures

helped me uncover my potential because they believed in me, encouraged me, and provided me with necessary resources for success. Unit 2 Discussion An example of a political influence that would be difficult to identify in the American culture is the nationalist ethos practiced by Americans. The American individualistic culture has contributed to the focus on nationalism by citizens of the United States. Through this focus, Americans tend to take pride in national achievements and consider the nation as the best country in the world. This spirit of nationalism has contributed to the emergence of the United States as… Continue Reading...

Factors Influencing Market Entry and Exit Decisions

to prevent the entry of any new company through controlling suppliers, resources, distribution channels and using price strategies. A good example of such a monopolistic situation is North America's internet service market. Because of how internet signals are transmitted (either phone lines or cables) usually, consumers have one of two options of how they obtain their internet services. They either have to obtain the service via their cable provider of the phone company. In the rural region, no cables have been installed. Consequently, the phone company is the only internet service provider for rural consumers. New entrants will be… Continue Reading...

Why Music Matters and the History Of Slavery

labor and little more. In order to exploit the natural resources of North America and to grow cash crops like tobacco, the European colonialists needed a steady stream of free labor. At first, the Europeans tried to enslave the Native Americans, but that did not work. Turning first towards indentured servants from Europe, the colonialists soon recognized that a much larger labor pool would be needed. That labor pool would soon come from Africa. One of the most interesting things in this article is the way the author shows how the white settlers relatively rapidly degraded themselves by holding… Continue Reading...

Human Capital Management Using Benefits and Compensation

costs that a company can incur in its Human resources department. Therefore, in order to eliminate this cost, it is vital that the company works towards retaining its talent. However, it is not possible to eliminate this cost completely since there are employees who would still feel the need to leave no matter what is offered in terms of compensation or benefits. In such cases, it is best for the company to understand that employees leave a company for diverse reasons and the employer only needs to ensure that they are not leaving because they are not satisfied or… Continue Reading...

Social Work and Advocacy

social policy. One thing noted was the lack of available resources for social workers regarding their clients. Often clients may come from a foreign background and require translation. This can be difficult because most people in the United States speak only English with some speaking Spanish and Chinese. Having tools available to make translation easier can lead to more effective communication and ability to help the clients in what they need regardless of potential obstacles like language. When looking at the entirety of the social work profession, it was built on social change. It has long been the purpose… Continue Reading...

Reflection on Holistic Victim Restitution Plan

abilities, isolation, dependence on caregivers, and perception that they have resources to be exploited (Victim Connect, 2014). Given the increased vulnerabilities to and situations resulting in crime victimization, victims sometimes contribute to crime. Victims contribute to crime through placing themselves in situations that enhance their vulnerabilities to being targeted by criminal for illegal activities. Experts in the criminal justice field have argued that victims sometimes contribute to crime through setting up the opportunity for the crime to be carried out. In this case, victims establish the opportunities for the crime to be committed through certain lifestyles and work and… Continue Reading...

Classroom Observation

host of difficulties and challenges. 1.  the materials, the room, the resources, the rules of the classroom and the physical attributes of the room The teaching staff established friendly environment that is ideal for learning to take place. In this case, he placed plants, pillows and posters in the learning space to make it more comfortable. The learners appeared to have been excited at the state of affairs; they loved the room and their teacher too. The intermediate school sported classrooms that were only cosmetically different from eh elementary rooms. The teacher organized her classroom in groups and felt safe… Continue Reading...

Social Work and Political Advocacy

lobbying for establishment of effective policies. References Hamilton, D.H. (1998). Factors Affecting Social Workers' Political Participation: resources, Professional Associations and Perceived Efficacy. Retrieved from Virginia Commonwealth University website: http://scholarscompass.vcu.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=5770&context=etd Lewis, C.E. (2013, June 25). How Can Social Workers Get More Politically Involved? Retrieved May 11, 2017, from http://www.socialjusticesolutions.org/2013/06/25/politics-with-a-purpose/ Continue Reading...

Personal Professional Development Plan in Nursing

opportunities for learning. Planned or Unplanned • Nursing shortage presents an opportunity to succeed in this field. resources and Networks • There are different ways to meet the financial needs for pursuing a nursing career including scholarships and work-study programs. Balancing Personal & Professional Life • Flexible work schedules in the nursing field provide opportunities to effectively balance personal and professional life. Fears • The lack of adequate financial resources could affect my ability to achieve a doctorate degree and engage in lifelong learning. Competition • Nursing is becoming so competitive to an extent that getting an opportunity in a nursing school… Continue Reading...

21st Century Skills and Competencies

they reflect the trend in modern culture that seeks to maximize potential and use every last drop of one's resources towards achieving the overall organizational aim in the manner that is most effective for the long-term. The role of ethics has also become important in leadership, as the fall of corporations like Enron have shown a need for transparency, trust, authenticity and virtue among leaders to ensure success. Today's trends in leadership include ideas about how leaders should assist others to grow. Thus, many assumptions are still made in any leadership discussion -- the main one being that leaders… Continue Reading...

Homeless Veterans

as easy as one might expect as there is only so much money, resources and options that exist. Analysis The challenges that faces the VA or anyone else will tend to have when it comes to helping home veterans is that the homeless person in question has to want the help and assistance and must be willing to adhere to the strings that are often attached. While some might ask why such strings and willingness are even needed, there are good reasons. While many homeless people are in their situation on a temporary and fleeting basis, there are others… Continue Reading...

The Uses and Importance Of Benchmarking

to maintain status as industry leader. In any workplace environment, benchmarking can be used for improving human resources and organizational culture. For example, benchmarking can show what competitors are doing to attract and retain top talent. The benchmarking process should reveal specific methods of attracting and retaining top talent, encouraging changes to internal human resources behaviors. Benchmarking is largely a quantitative and empirical process allowing organizational decisions to be based on measurable outputs. Human resources managers can learn how to create better incentives for employees based on benchmarking reports. Similarly, marketing departments can use benchmarking to review strategies that are… Continue Reading...

Business Ethics During a Merger

violate the policy will be subject to discipline at the discretion of human resources. Further violations will result in termination. Situation 2: Receiving Gifts It is understandable that gifts are a natural part of human interactions. We want to encourage long-term and healthy business relationships. Gifts are not necessarily problematic. However, there do need to be measures in place for investigating and reporting situations in which gifts are no longer gifts but bribes. Employees should not be basing their business decisions on receiving gifts. When gifts are less than $150, then they may be considered natural gifts and not… Continue Reading...

How to Measure the Effectiveness Of Organization

with other organizations. This is the most important strategy for PM because partnering with other organizations will enable shared resources. Also, women who need specialized services can have immediate access to those services. Second, the management of PM needs to be more actively engaged in ongoing events and fundraising opportunities. This will entail hiring a social media manager to coordinate PM's events, and it will also mean sponsoring local events and strategically linking the PM brand with corporate sponsors too. Third, PM will need to hire volunteer and/or paid career counselors and life coaches for the women seeking our… Continue Reading...

Personal Philosophy Project

high level of self-awareness among my students so that they can maximally exploit the resources available to them. Conclusion When backed by appropriate school laws, programs and systems, ethical education is very effective as it aids teachers and students alike in acquiring near-absolute knowledge and consciousness of personal and foreign cultures (Gluchmanova, 2015). As a proud member of this crucial line of work, I give the school authority and the parents my word that I will follow these ethical guidelines as best as I can and I will give my students high quality education that will help them in… Continue Reading...

Cardiac Progressive Care Unit Management

service delivery (Kelly & Tazbir, 2014). For this, the nurse ensures an equitable human resource and the material resources within the facility. She also has to ensure that the facility has been catered well by the human resource observant and managers who are concerned with ensuring a resource allocation and appropriation within the facility (Monaghan, 2011). The Nurse Manager ensures that the facility has set priorities. She participates in the generation, formulation, implementation, analysis, and assessment of the nursing practices, objectives, and goals. She is responsible for the smooth transitional process that enables all the nurses and any other… Continue Reading...

Theory Vs Practice Explained

other challenges that all businesses have to deal with on some level such as human resources, tax compliance and so forth. Rather than having dedicated people such as an HR manager, there are instead people that wear a lot of "hats" within the firm. For example, a lot of the HR functions of the firm are done by the owner/manager and the supervisors (Brady & Lowell, 2014). The owner/manager notes that not dealing with HR is not an option and outsourcing to other people or firms just tends to complicate things even more (Brook & Milner, 2014). One other… Continue Reading...

Use Of Chlorhexidine to Prevent Healthcare Associated Infections

and cons of the alternative care options. The guidelines serve as the strongest resources to assist the healthcare professionals to make clinical decisions as well as incorporating evidence gained through practice and scientific investigations into patient practice.  Healthcare organizations develop the guidelines in form and policies, which are endorsed across the organization to create a platform that employees will follow and holding employees accountable to achieve a standard of care.   Clabsi Hospital is one of the best healthcare organizations the United States that adheres to the practice guideline in their clinical practice implementing the antimicrobial administration during surgery… Continue Reading...

Protection Of the Victims Of Crime

chances of IPV (CDC, 2016b). It is worth noting that age, gender, and financial resources can significantly hinder one's ability to handle IPV. If the partners involved in the IPV are older than the victim or the possible mediator, then the age may make it impossible to quickly stand out and stop the crime. The female gender is often considered weaker than the male hence often makes it hard for females to intervene in self or friends suffering. On the same note, men, being that they are expected to be strong, often suffer violence in silence just to avoid embarrassment… Continue Reading...

Police and Public Relations

and this is not the easiest thing to do when budgets are stretched thin due to recession, over-use of resources and so forth. Is this a good idea? Yes? or No? Explain why. Only if it is properly limited and controlled. It can be good in that the volunteers can be extra sets of eyes and ears and this can in many ways replace the need to do simple patrols. However, there are some things that only the police could or should handle include armed standoffs, investigation of crime scenes and so forth. It is most certainly true that… Continue Reading...

Teacher Performance Assessment

presentations of scientific information. • Key Vocabulary: Science, scientists, famous scientists, scientific methods resources and Materials • resources: class text-books, handouts, charts etc. • Materials: worksheets, games, projector, Smartboard, paper, pencils, art supplies, cards, post- its, etc.) NOTE: Attach and/or embed any relevant handouts, activities, templates, PPT slides, etc. that are referenced and utilized in this lesson. Prior Academic Learning and Prerequisite Skills • Prior Academic Learning and Prerequisite Skills: Misconceptions: Teacher distributes Assessment 1.1; this is an Inquiry-based research whose purpose is to pre-assess the background knowledge of the students. The assessment is in alignment with the learning targets and its… Continue Reading...

Counter Terrorism Community Policing and Changes

in homeland security might seem natural or obvious, diverting the attention and resources of police towards the federal concerns of homeland security can have some detrimental outcomes. One of the most important changes Javier noticed was the breakdown in the community policing model that the department had worked so hard to establish. Focusing more on counterterrorism efforts than on building relationships with community members damages the relationships between police and members of the community in serious ways. Police officers are expected to become keen observers of human behavior, to the point where they revert to the antagonistic role in… Continue Reading...

Management Vs Leadership Essay

further educational opportunities by offering educational material. Booklets, pamphlets with resources listed can help those looking for assistance, find what they need. This can then turn into a potential means of letting those at-risk find help on their own terms. This can lead to improved outcomes for the community and the organization. References Allen, J. M., & Sawhney, R. (2015). Administration and Management in Criminal Justice: A Service Quality Approach. SAGE Publications. Densley, J. A., Adler, J. R., Zhu, L., & Lambine, M. (2017). Growing against gangs and violence: Findings from a process and outcome evaluation. Psychology of Violence,… Continue Reading...

Law Enforcement and Corrections

in positions of leadership within the government, with regard to the control over resources, as well as in terms of holding government office. Politics influence law enforcement and corrections by impacting the individuals that will hold different positions in criminal justice, for instance the police, judges, prosecutors as well as correctional executives. Law enforcement, administration, and corrections are linked with politics on various extents and levels. Prevailing political philosophy and ideology influence the structure, organization, as well as anticipation of a society's criminal justice organization. As a result, these institutions impact the manners in which criminal law is implemented… Continue Reading...

Hrm Leader

and direct benefits from diversity. This will provide the company a clear rationalization for placing investment on business resources in employing a diverse workforce. Moreover, the inclusion of such diversity programs into the organizational culture of ABC Bank is expected to instigate three key positive developments. To begin with, in accordance to Thomas and Creary (2009), the company will experience reduced turnover or improved retention. This will be an advantage for the company taking into consideration that reduced turnover is one of the biggest challenges for several organization. A second benefit is enhanced representation. Through the diversity programs, women… Continue Reading...

Ip Man the Grandmaster and Women in Kung Fu

men and that they should be given equal opportunities and resources to develop these skills. Surprisingly the Association then backed up these assertions by actually creating women's programs across the country, aggressively promoting the study of the martial arts at all-girls high schools and including articles by female authors and coaches in its most important publications and newspapers. (Judkins "Lives of Chinese Martial Artists (10)" par. 15) The Jingwu Association was, in other words, dedicated to bringing women into the field of martial arts at a popular level. Wai's film The Grandmaster makes it seem as though women in… Continue Reading...

Crimes Against Property

tactics and instigate various initiatives that will facilitate them to focus their resources to diminish the incidence of property crime, which encompasses theft of vehicles, burglary and larceny. These tactics not only aid in curbing the criminals but also in the prevention and level of accountability with regards to crimes against property. Law enforcement agencies carry out a wide range of approaches and techniques to combat crime and make certain that there is public safety. In particular, the policing strategies propagate beyond customary models of answering calls for service and more often than not attempt to augment crime prevention,… Continue Reading...

Emirate Airlines Customer Service

the same time ensuring that there is not a glut of personnel and resources on hand. In other words, there should be the proper personnel and resources to handle the demand that is present . . . no more and no less. When done properly, there is a consistent and adept customer service style at all times irrespective of the demand levels and other factors present at the time. If done right, this should be seamless and transparent to the consumer, other than the enjoyment of the good service. The author of this report would offer that such consistency… Continue Reading...

Ethical Dilemmas and Ethical Decision Making Framework

It is always expected that employees explore the use of the right channels of communication before using the resources of the firm. In this case, formal means of communication such as writing a letter or email to the senior manager could have been used. Besides, the employee could have considered other options such as seeking for a loan from the bank. However, this is not the case. The manager knows that the employee was wrong in what he did because he violated the rules and regulations of the firm. The manager's morals might prevent him from making instant decisions… Continue Reading...

Changing Organizational Structures to Learning Organization

oversees the overall activities of the firm such as human resources, strategy implementation, and management of legal issues. Therefore, this shows that organizational success does not depend on the superiority of the structure but its ability to promote the realization of the set goals and objectives. When starting a company, stakeholders should determine factors like the size, aims, and industry. These factors are influential about the type of structure to be adopted (Puffer, 2004). In this case, a small company will not demand the use of a complex organizational structure such as matrix structure where series of communication between… Continue Reading...

Effective Skills for Organizational Leadership

2017, from https://www.oeffentlicherdienst.gv.at/moderner_arbeitgeber/personalentwicklung/international/dokumente/leadership_competencies.pdf Rounds, S.I.S. (n.d.). Professional Skills: Leadership. Retrieved June 20, 2017, from https://www.thoracic.org/members/assemblies/assemblies/rcmb/career-talk-book/ resources/toolkit-general/professional-skills-leadership.pdf Trikha, R. (2012, April 17). 7 Ways to Sharpen Your Leadership Skills. Retrieved June 20, 2017, from http://money.usnews.com/money/blogs/outside-voices-careers/2012/04/17/7-ways-to-sharpen-your-leadership-skills- Watkins, M.D. (2009, November 4). Seven Rules for Succeeding as a Brand-New Leader. Forbes. Retrieved June 20, 2017, from https://www.forbes.com/2009/11/04/new-job-success-leadership-ceonetwork-employment.html Continue Reading...

St Elizabeths Organizational Structure and Mission

The board still ensures that the organization is well-run and uses its resources wisely and thus I think that having an official Board is useful and necessary, particularly given the complexity of the organization and the diverse needs of the patients it serves. Q3. What is the mission, vision, and strategic plan of your organization? Is it readily available? How are employees educated on the mission, vision, and strategic plan? Who is involved in developing the mission, vision, and strategic plan? How often are the areas updated? St. Elizabeth's clearly states its vision on its official website as follows:… Continue Reading...

Solid Waste Management

speed of destruction and pollution of the environment as well as the consumption of natural resources (Girly, 2015). c) Methodology For this study, a systemic and interdisciplinary mechanism for managing systems was developed for the design, execution and maintenance of the sustainable waste processes. This mechanism was created based on a critical examination of literary sources with the aim of identifying the features of a management system which will be highly effective in enhancing the management of systems for compound waste processes. A systemic method was applied in ensuring that the created mechanism solved all the common problems associated… Continue Reading...

Veterans’ Mental Health Problems and the Affordable Care Act

are heavily pressurized to set out with troops at their full strength. Units are deployed to war with scare resources in case soldiers aren't ready for deployment (American Public Health Association, 2014). Therefore, commanders are coerced into pushing their subordinates to deploy, despite them lacking complete physical or psychological wellbeing. Such incentive systems play a role in maintaining the armed forces culture's current situation. Stigma leads to unwillingness to look for and accept assistance, together with a fear of being faced with negative societal repercussions. The aforementioned obstacles to care are recognized as graver than the VA system's innate… Continue Reading...

Marketing Communication Plan for Internal Use

exist. The more donors the organization has, the more the resources it has in its disposal. As social media will be used as one of the tools of executing the plan, it can as well be used determine the number of donors obtained through social media. This would not be difficult as it may seem. The organization would just need to survey newly acquired donors or sponsors asking them to state how they learned about the organization. For instance, if ten new donors are acquired, and six of them state that they learned about the organization through social media,… Continue Reading...

Performance Management Review

they utilize to measure and assess personnel on objectives delineated by human resources and ascertain bonus payments and compensation. Therefore, the lack of compatibility of the performance management systems of the companies whilst merging implies that the companies may fail to properly assess and manage the performance of the new set of employees and therefore give them the wrong set of dues and also compensations (Eckerson, 2010). The managers of one organization may carry out an ineffective and substandard job in the evaluation of personnel of the other organization. In addition, the performance incorporation and integration may come about… Continue Reading...

Democratic Theory in American Politics

question in political discourses, particularly due to inequality in the distribution of wealth, resources, knowledge, and social status. Contrary to the assertions of democratic theory, policy making on key issues is in reality governed by alliances that comprise elected and unelected individuals and groups (Bartels 1). These individuals and groups have immense power and resources at their disposal, which they use to influence policies and the actions of elected officials. In other words, elected leaders vote to fulfill the interests of certain individuals and groups, not necessarily the average citizen. Disconnect between the wishes of the electorate and the… Continue Reading...

Criminology in America

on this topic supports a higher budget for facilitating anti-crime resources e.g. latest anti-crime gadgets or higher number of cops etc. as well as development of rules and guidelines aimed at reducing crime. The other studies were more particular about criminal behaviour and try to identify which particular behaviour was a factor for higher criminal tendency. Thus, rules which positively influence these identified behaviours can help in reducing crime as long as they are enforced properly (Marie, Vujic and Machin). A really interesting discovery is the inverse relationship of criminality with high educational levels. Thus, it could be crucial… Continue Reading...

Humana Care Delivery for Patients

ability to drive practice trends, set standards, and influence smaller practices by sharing information, resources, and guidelines." This is something that Humana Care Delivery Organization is able to help achieve through its extensive network within the overall Humana family. By employing a balanced team, innovative pioneers, and using great locations to reach the population it targets, Humana Care Delivery Organization aims to provide patients with quality care and set industry standards for how care is delivered. Humana Care Delivery Organization is a part of Humana Inc. It oversees an integrated network of more than 50 primary care practices across… Continue Reading...

Ecrm Systems for Small Businesses

(2015) report that, "Organizations that adopt e-CRM [can] reduce the cost of contacting customers [and] can put more resources into dealing with customer enquiries, which can lead to increased profitability" (p. 24). In addition, e-CRM systems make it possible for companies to provide faster service and response times to customer inquiries as well as making two-way interactive service relationships possible (Kapoulas & Ratkovic, 2015). Finally, Kapoulas and Ratkovic (2015) advise that, "In addition, e-CRM, increases consumers mobility amongst products and suppliers, customer satisfaction and service, online sales, website patronage, loyalty, retention and profitability" (p. 24). Taken together, these attributes… Continue Reading...

Norway and Germany Compared to Us in Incarceration

with the present, with the here-and-now, with the Me Generation. Norway wants to conserve its resources (it will spend its surplus but preserve its capital) so that future generations will benefit -- and this mentality is also realized in the country's approach to corrections. Those who break the law are viewed sympathetically rather than vilified or viewed as potential source of prison labor. They are viewed as in need of help. That is why their prison is a beautiful island where the prisoners dress in regular clothes, are housed in regular lodgings, wake themselves, make their own breakfast, go… Continue Reading...

Holistic Victim Restitution Plan

guilty without reasonable doubt by assessing the evidence. The correction system utilizes the resources at their disposal, if required. The means include incarceration, probation, to punish and correct the behavior of the offender. All through the process, the rights of the convicted as well as the accused are cherished via the constitutional safeguards. There is a balance in the demand of the justice system to assess and indict culprits with the basic rights involving the accused (who happen to be assumed innocent) through this protection (FindLaw, 2014). The Criminal Justice system is comprised of four major players. Responsible for… Continue Reading...

Aged Population Showing Early Symptoms Of Dementia

2016; Friedrich et al., 2014). Cognitive plasticity results from the prolonged inequality existing between resources available to organisms and those taken up by the environment and it determines how capable the brain will be in conditioning itself based on behavioral tendencies (Bavelier et al., 2012). In accordance with the neuroplasticity beliefs, several moves have been made aimed at improving cognition and mental deterioration via the reinforcement of social interaction skills, exercising cognitive abilities, participating in physical trainings and adopting healthy living methods (Granic, Lobel & Engels, 2014). Training exercises have proved very helpful on the cognitive abilities of aged… Continue Reading...

Differences in Mentoring and Sponsorship

to social identity signals revealing the importance of inclusion. Corporate managers must issue this message and support it with resources and commitments lending credibility to the message. Diversity will only grow into a component of corporate goals, identity and strategy if managers maintain that diversity via sponsorship equals more value to the company, its workforce, and clients. What's valued by managers will be valued by subordinates (Castleberry-Singleton, 2009, p. 10). Integrate efforts and engage middle-level leaders directly. Leadership approaches driving the sponsorship initiative and promoting the development of solid, fruitful personnel relations should: integrate, connect, and convey. They should… Continue Reading...

American Corrections and Sentencing Trends

less educated communities (or more generally on population groups that possess a weakening claim to societal resources). This claim is constantly diminishing largely due to punitive measures' and law enforcement's increasing consumption of these resources. Therefore, the jail industrial complex can be said to have formed a vicious punishment cycle that further drains the resources of the destitute, whose destitution is allegedly "solved" by incarceration. References Blumstein, Alfred. "Racial disproportionality in prison." In Race and social problems, pp. 187-193. Springer New York, 2015. Bonilla-Silva, Eduardo. Racism without racists: Color-blind racism and the persistence of racial inequality in America. Rowman… Continue Reading...

Performance Based Management Synthesis

be exclusive to large organisations, which are perceived to have the resources and capacity necessary for undertaking PBM. This is not necessarily true. Smaller organisations can as well implement and benefit from PBM if they have proper leadership in place. Indeed, the importance of leadership in the success of PBM cannot be understated. PBM is likely to succeed when the leadership of the organisation provides the required support, resources, and commitment. Though resources are important, leadership is arguably a more important antecedent. Effective and committed leadership, however, may not amount to much in the absence of some factors. Key… Continue Reading...

Guantanamo Bay Essay

being spent on the Guantanamo Bay base each year and what impact all of these resources are having on the global war on terror, and having learned the accurate information about what goes on at the base, most Americans probably would object to the reality of the situation. For example, Eichenwald (2014) points out that, “All of these expenditures might make sense if Guantanamo served a purpose, but it doesn't” (p. 37). The purported purpose of the Guantanamo Bay detention center is to attempt to obtain intelligence from terrorist suspects (e.g. waterboarding), but even this purpose becomes flimsy when… Continue Reading...

Curriculum Evaluation Plan Essay

to the student’s current school functioning. The social worker is also the professional responsible for coordinating community resources on behalf of students and their families (Special education and child study team, 2016, para. 3). In addition, an online survey will be administered to school ELA educators, parents, students and administrators using a premium account on SurveyMonkey to facilitate survey administration and data analysis using SPSS seeking their quantitative feedback using a series of Likert-scaled questions concerning what they believe are the most compelling needs of the school and their rationale in support. This feedback will be taken into account… Continue Reading...

Personal Philosophy Of Education and Mission Statement for an Inclusive School District Essay

will be prepared for a variety of post-graduation options. We will devote our human resources and technology to create superior products and services, thereby contributing to a better global society. Richard Montgomery District [We] will work collaboratively to ensure all students succeed. Placing the highest priority on reading and writing instruction will support consistent student achievement so that all students attain grade-level or higher performance levels annually, as measured by county, state, and national assessments. Partnerships will sustain student success so that all students will read fluently by the end of Grade 2, write proficiently in both narrative and… Continue Reading...

School Violence Essay

the preliminary literature review will be collected from university and public libraries, as well a reliable online academic research resources such as EBSCOHost and Questia. The data search was limited to peer-reviewed and scholarly texts that were published in the English language with a preference for those published within the last 5 years. The search terms used for the preliminary literature review included “school violence,” “bullying,” “school assaults,” “student on student assaults,” “assaults against teachers,” and so forth. The results of the preliminary literature review are presented below. Data analyses and results Although all young people differ in their… Continue Reading...

Divorce Case Study Essay

plan were three-fold:  (a) provide Julie with the information and resources she needed to better cope with her current problems and develop resiliency for the future; (b) engage mother and daughter in a group meeting to identify resources in the community that can assist Anne; and (c) have Julie assessed to ensure that there are no organic factors contributing to her trouble sleeping. Following the group meeting with her mother, the client was seen on a weekly basis and provided with several coping strategies using Orem’s self-care model.   9.     Counseling Process to Date Although Julie’s academic performance… Continue Reading...

Career Counseling Plan for Middle School Students Essay

happen but are rather the result of a significant amount of hard work and investment of time and resources by guidance counselors. Carefully planned and executive, however, these types of career field initiatives can achieve their goals, an outcome that is especially important for middle school students as discussed below. Section Four There are literally thousands of career fields available to middle school students today and new ones are emerging all the time (Kier & Blanchard, 2014). Therefore, helping young people learn about these career fields as they apply to their individual preferences and abilities represents an important enterprise,… Continue Reading...

Human Trafficking Essay

reasons who trafficking flourishes in these types of environments: Law enforcement is overwhelmed, and lacking in resources, and police corruption has led to involvement of officers in the sex ring; Trafficking is especially prevalent in countries involved in armed conflict or civil unrest due to instability because it displaces women, and children become victims under corrupt or powerless governments. A study of trafficked women published in the Journal of Sex Research identified several factors that have specifically contributed to the worldwide increase in human trafficking in recent years Under economic policies of globalization, many services that used to be state-supported,… Continue Reading...

Student Loans Essay

loans are long-term funds that provide students and parents with the resources they need to pay for educational expenses. When people accept student loans, they are legally obligated to repay them according to the terms of the promissory note.2 Optimal loan arrangements for students and their parents are provided by Federal Direct Loans which are available irrespective of the amount of family income that is involved; but loans with the best terms are offered to students who are able to prove financial need.3  Generally speaking, federal loans provide students and their parents with superior terms compared to the majority… Continue Reading...

Torture and Interrogation Essay

techniques since the 1950s, and an enormous amount of resources have been devoted to the enterprise. In fact, by the late 1950s, investments in torture research by the CIA amounted to more than $1 billion a year with a half dozen research firms actively involved. All of this money did pay off in terms of identifying new interrogation and torture methods. In this regard, Hodge and Cooper note that: The research ranged from using electric shock, to giving LSD to unsuspecting subjects, to employing sensory deprivation. It was the latter experiments that bore fruit, producing a revolutionary new psychological… Continue Reading...

Performance Management and Maslows Hierarchy Of Needs

when they are being asked to meet these demands with fewer resources? The answer is, in large part, to make the employee feel secure, needed, and appreciated. This is not at all easy, but if leaders take into consideration the needs of the individual, the new technology that provides challenges and opportunities for meeting those needs, and provides the training to meet both sets of needs, enhanced employee motivation and commitment is possible” (p. 315). By investing in their employees and offering them the emotional, social and intellectual support workers need, managers can be assured of better ensuring employee… Continue Reading...

Jeff Bezos Leadership Skills

sustain a capable workforce, it must strengthen its institutional philosophy to structure the advancement of human resources for long-term rivalry benefits (Kantor & Streitfeld, 2015). Many professionals drew the attention regarding the challenges that Amazon is experiencing now. The company is recognized for its organizational culture that drives workers to take risks and seek fresh and innovative ideas. The traditional occurrence is accountable for the organization’s capability to search fresh and innovative chances to employ data-intensive procedures to issue productive online retail service. Amazon’s prosperity is scaled against the possible and not the probable and unreliable aspects as it… Continue Reading...

A Schizophrenia Brochure for Floridians

33rd in the nation in mental health according to the Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation. Available resources: Adult Mental Health (AMH) Florida Department of Children and Families Mental Health Schizophrenia Treatment Center & Hospital at North Tampa Behavioral Health References Kaiser Family Foundation at: http://kff.org/other/state-indicator/poor-mental-health-by-re/ Mental Health America at: http://www.mentalhealthamerica.net/issues/ranking-states#Overall%20Ranking Smith, D. (2007) Muses, Madmen, and Prophets: Hearing Voices and the Borders of Sanity. NY: Penguin Books Continue Reading...

Fire Safety Organizations and Affiliations with Other Groups

fire department and their embedded organizations can share valuable resources and promote public safety in that way. Equally as important is the way the media provides the means by which a fire department raises money directly. The media can promote a fire department event, leading to corporate sponsorship. As Marinucci (n.d.) points out, volunteer fire departments are in a unique position, both financially and politically. Most organizations will need to know that they are getting something out of the affiliation; to sell the community group on the value of the relationship, the media is key. Community groups will generally… Continue Reading...

How Public Perception Shape the Performance Of the Fire Department

the fire and emergency service department to re-examine the existing problem and develop resources that empower officers of various Fire Departments to address the public issue because it has threatened to erode public trust. The public’s perception not meant to judge any individual or institution because it reflects the human nature. Fixing the problem will entail taking ownership and being accountable for departmental actions. Influencing Factors Trust is an essential part of emergency departments, which includes the fire services where simple acts of community care are accorded to their clients. For Fire Departments, trust is important because it shows… Continue Reading...

Interest Based Bargaining Process and Purpose

to society. Cornell University Press. Snell, S. A., Morris, S., & Bohlander, G. W. (2015). Managing human resources. Australia: Nelson Education. Sprangler, B (2003). Integrative or Interest-Based Bargaining. Beyond Intractability. Retrieved from: http://www.beyondintractability.org/essay/interest-based_bargaining   Continue Reading...

Office Space Organizational Culture Environment

Peter has zero incentives, which is why he eventually rebels. Finally, the human resources department actually outsources its downsizing strategy to the consultants. While outsourcing is not inherently problematic, hiring consultants shows that Initech does not actively care about its employees on a personal level. Peter’s coworkers at Initech share his attitudes towards the company and the legitimacy of the supervisors, although they respond in different ways. Milton suppresses everything, and ultimately bursts out, literally lighting Initech on fire out of frustration. Peter’s path is a unique one, in that he decides to be brutally honest with the consultants.… Continue Reading...

Expectancy Theory Of Motivation

viewed from the perspective of various work-related components such as working environment, amenities and resources (Malini & Washington, 2014, p. 45). If employees have a good rewards program or they are met with great incentives like fair pay and vacation hours, they may be more motivated to produce more, be more productive, and pursue a high standard while attempting to achieve the goals of an organization. When employees are met with no real benefits and unreliable or unstable work environment or work hours, employees may be less likely to perform to at a high standard or even follow the… Continue Reading...

Theory Of Motivation and Maslows Hierarchy Of Needs

Maslow’s hierarchy of needs within a general motivation theory framework can be of tremendous benefit to human resources managers in both the public and private sectors. In a study on American correctional officers, Udechukwu (2009) found that lack of fulfillment of lower order needs on the hierarchy precipitated low motivation, leading to increased rates of officer turnover. Human resources managers can implement Maslow’s needs hierarchy into employee development strategies and policies for improving the workplace environment and organizational culture. Both Udechukwu (2009) and Gawel (1997) link Maslow’s theory of motivation and hierarchy of needs with the work of Frederick… Continue Reading...

The Link Between Mental Health and Trauma Informed Care

all the relevant stakeholders is also vital for mobilising and availing the resources required for initiatives such as staff training and environmental changes. Policy reform in the area of mental healthcare would not only improve clinical practice and patient outcomes, but also stimulate research in this largely under-researched area. Greater research in this area is especially important given the limited research focusing on trauma-informed care within Australian mental healthcare settings (Wilson, Hutchinson & Hurley 2017). Trauma-informed care has important implications for clinical practice. It provides a guiding philosophy for the delivery of mental health services. Personally, learning about trauma-informed… Continue Reading...

Coping with Emotional Challenges Among Salespersons

of the emotional balance in the process of making a sales pitch. This is aimed at influencing the human resources managers into considering regular trainings of the sales staff members on the issue of emotional intelligence and the expressive suppression. This is an instrumental way of ensuring the sales staff is equipped to handle the continued stress of the job and clients of varying emotional intelligence as well as delivering the best possible services in the process. Theoretical contributions The study will be centre around the expressive suppression and the effect on the salespersons emotional disposition as well as… Continue Reading...

Behaviorism As a Separate School Of Thought

issues, and in the ways companies structure their human resources policies and programs. Even the criminal justice system is basically based on behaviorism. Positive reinforcement refers to offering rewards for desirable behaviors, and negative reinforcement refers to punishing undesirable behavior with the goal of eliminating it. Question 2 There were many influences and trends in research leading to the emergence of behaviorism as a separate school of thought. The most important theorists that contributed to the evolution of behaviorism as a separate school of thought presented their work as fundamentally different from the other life sciences like biology, but… Continue Reading...

Gender Neutrality in the Military Women Combat

women have been trained or deployed for these jobs yet,” revealing important structural, human resources, and leadership impediments to gender equality in the military (Patterson 1). Historically, women have not served in the military other than in medical and support roles (Barry). Women have, however, served in combat roles globally within the past several generations. In fact, the list of countries in which women serve in official military combat roles now is astonishingly long and surprisingly diverse, from Eritrea to New Zealand. Even misogynistic cultures like that of Pakistan permit females to serve as fighter pilots (Fisher). In the… Continue Reading...

Answering Comprehensive Questions Analytically

– production rate per hour should be standard to ensure maximization of the production resources. All production resources should be normally used at full operational capacity. For example, the oven should be filled to capacity during the chicken grilling process. Cost of production – the number of personnel in the production process and the time taken to produce a specific food unit should be cost-effective. The control would be through effective personnel allocation as per standard regulations. For example, it takes five minutes to grill a chicken at 120 degrees Celsius, then that is the control standard to save… Continue Reading...

Flexible Budget Variance Vs Volume Variance in Helthcare

the beginning will not reflect the exact amount of resources that the business will incur for the entire financial period. The budget prepared at the beginning might be less or more as compared with the actual resources, the business will spend for the whole year. As the year begins, the business will not know the resources needed for the entire financial period (Davis & Davis, 2011). The business if forced to prepare a static budget, which contains the estimates of resources anticipated to spend, which covers a specific year of either one year or six months. When the year… Continue Reading...

Channel Member Marketing Plan

to an exclusive retail sales arrangement, proper timing and management of resources and people is extremely important. Analysis The scenario presented for this report is not terrible intricate or detailed. However, it is important to detail what is known and how to react to the same. First, there needs to be an identification of how the right channel members will be selected and how the product will get to the stores. This will feed into the next step, which is the proper and relevant design of a channel design strategy. There will be the need to motivate channel members… Continue Reading...

Public Administration and Finance

Administration One of the important components towards the successful delivery of services to the public is management of financial resources. Financial management in public administration basically entails budgeting as well as budget execution, monitoring, and accounting with respect to planning and programming of public administration. In essence, public finance administration basically entails raising revenue from the public, allocation of public funds and other financial resources, and managing public assets. These processes are usually carried out to help ensure that the government has adequate money to finance all its activities. In this regard, proper financial management in public administration is crucial… Continue Reading...

Patagonia and Sustainability Case Study

would help the company to make better decisions with regards to scarce resources – knowing which programs are the most effective is a pathway to making the right choices that have the maximum impact. One of the solutions to the problem of finding measures is basically what Patagonia already does – “defining a set of pragmatic guidelines whereby a corporate entity can improve its environmental performance” (Atkinson, Hett & Newcombe, 1999). The second approach should also be adopted – it begins with outlining a formal definition of sustainability. Because every corporation is free to set this definition as they… Continue Reading...

Economy and U.s. Health Care

This coerces the government to minimize infrastructural development spending, diverting those resources towards managing the nation’s healthcare budget. Governmental healthcare spending’s benefit-cost is rather generous. Healthcare improvements lead to increased labor market productivity and an increase in working hours. Further, avoidable mortality rates are reduced and healthcare personnel’s earnings increase. But the growth in spending as compared with the remaining major economies in the world that depict considerably lower healthcare spending suggests an insignificant general health performance gap. Canada, which displays around 50% of America’s healthcare spending, has witnessed an automobile sector growth of 1.3 percent owing to Michigan-based… Continue Reading...

Naylor Against World Wide Trading Of Weapons in Wages Of Crime

huge arms sector boondoggle) saw participating nations overtly wasting maximum possible national resources for stockpiling arms never intended for use. The aim was spending opponents into yielding. Currently, however, as Cold War limitations have been gotten rid of, one can safely assume that arms now purchased are actually intended for application and not just for dissuasion or show (Naylor, 2004; Richard, 2002), with the outcome being increased killing power for every unit of currency expended. Thirdly, measured total value decline is partly an outcome of price cuts, rather than quantity decreases. At one time, first-hand AK-47s’ wholesale rate was… Continue Reading...

Strategic Management and Its Influence on Stakeholders

informed by both internal and external factors, such as available financial resources and personnel, crime rates, and socio-cultural setup. During strategic planning, the department must, for example, consider whether it has the resources and personnel needed to respond to crime, prevent crime, and to enhance public safety. An important aspect of strategic management relates to stakeholder involvement. As an organization, the police department is surrounded by a multiplicity of internal and external stakeholders. Internal stakeholders mainly include police officers and police leaders. The department works with or is affected by several external stakeholders, including the state government, elected officials,… Continue Reading...

San Diego Police Departments Literature Review

budgeting process as opposed to just a single year. Multi-year expenditure planning enhances efficiency in the allocation of resources. Finally, rule-based budget management involves incorporating fiscal rules in the budget preparation and management process. Though Jena’s article focuses on the Indian context, it provides valuable information in terms of budget preparation and budget reform. The aspect of performance-based budgeting will be especially useful in preparing the Organizational Budget Plan. Performance-based budgeting is increasingly becoming a norm in many public sector organizations. It will be important to consider this aspect in the budget planning process. Christian, N., Levine, H., Essounga-Njan,… Continue Reading...

Criminal Justice Organizational Issues

through enhancing access to community-based services, promoting effective use of resources, and strengthening community-based supervision. The agency focused on providing a quality product using this initiative through developing various automated risk-needs assessment tools to help meet program-specific needs and guide programming decisions. Week 3 Discussion (2) Benchmarking and identifying best practices by policymakers and leaders in the law enforcement and correctional fields is crucial for various financial purposes. Benchmarks serve as the foundation for organizational grants, training policies, and policy development. An example of a tool that a law enforcement or correctional organization can utilize to benchmark itself against… Continue Reading...

National Security Impact Of Immigration Policy

screened and acquire legal status. This measure would enable law enforcers to concentrate their resources in a better way on individuals who genuinely pose public safety or national security threats. * Revamping extant legal migration avenues and aligning them to the American economy’s labor demands. This would serve to appreciably decrease long-term possibilities of a revival of illegal immigration.        The US needs to involve itself with, rather than attempt at concealing itself from, the world. To this end, it needs migration policies which effectively balance the acceptance of migrants and protection of the country’s security interests. Bibliography… Continue Reading...

Infant Observation and Parents Interview

Introduction Ryon is a twelve-month-old, blond-haired, blue-eyed, White toddler. He is fair-skinned with almond-shaped eyes. I met him at a friend’s suburban residence, on 1st November, 2017, where her mom provides daycare services. I spent time between 2 p.m. and 5 p.m. at her place. I discovered Ryon seated on the living room floor. Though equipped with only a TV set and a couple of couches, the setting seemed rather comfortable and safe (Lake, 2017). Observation The boy seems to find no difficulty sitting up. It appears he is confident of his ability to maintain balance. He is seated feet-outwards,… Continue Reading...

Effective Classroom Management Techniques

making the students participate actively in a classroom. The need for adequate resources will help in implementing the change in the classroom. Therefore, I will use things that are easily available and affordable for the class and home environment for practice purposes. Data collection will include carrying out surveys and distributing mini-questionnaires that help students evaluate how the new system works. From the information collected, it will be easy to gauge on the weak and strong areas of the intervention program. Having this questionnaire will also be a form of students identifying with the program and understanding more on… Continue Reading...

Improving Public Relations Between the Police Department and the Citizens

be used in this endeavor. a) Implement Oversight Tools such as Technology: There will be structured attempts to mobilize resources from federal, state, as well as the relevant local and private entities for items such as body-worn cameras so as to oversee and monitor the activities of our officers. It is important to note that at the moment, the department, like is the case across other States, has police cars equipped with a dashboard cam. In most cases, however, dashboard cams fail to capture intimate interactions between our officers and any third party that they are seeking to arrests or… Continue Reading...

Confidentiality Breaches & Informed Consent when Testing New Drugs

providers are always faced with legal and ethical dilemmas whenever faced with scarce medical resources. The overall rule regarding the provision of healthcare services in an environment of reduced medical resources remains that the ethical guidelines of the healthcare professions cannot be compromised. It the responsibility of healthcare providers to uphold their ethical standards even when in a setting that has reduced resources. Ideally, the government and politicians make decisions regarding the provision of medical resources. Resource allocation has been marred with disparities since marginalized groups, especially in developing countries, are not able to access quality healthcare (Preda and… Continue Reading...

Religion and the Bible Sermon Development

for the shepherd to differentiate the flock? No, it is not because of lack of space or resources. It is not because the sheep are better than the goats. It is because Heaven and eternal life are only available to those who belong to Christ. Only those who have given their hearts, their souls, their lives over to the will of God are capable of being raised up, carried by God into the Kingdom of Heaven. We learn this throughout scripture. The Kingdom of Heaven is unlike any earthly domain. It is not a Kingdom ruled through force, or through… Continue Reading...

Public Health Officials Using Computers to Manage Outbreaks

to improve surveillance and increase capacity for detecting infections early and controlling them to prevent outbreaks. Significant resources have been directed at developing advanced electronic reporting infrastructure. These are guided by non-specific syndromic symptoms. There is still debate on the effectiveness of these systems. Also, it has been established that informal digital systems have the ability to run several activities and processing information including mining, filtering, categorizing and visualizing information online with regard to epidemics. Some common examples of such resources include ProMED-mail, BioCaster and HealthMap (Digital resources for Disease Detection, 2013). The use of digital resources has become… Continue Reading...

The Influence Of William Shakespeare and Robert Burns

Shakespeare wealthier (Marche, 2012). Shakespeare also had investments in real estate. Wealth meant that Shakespeare had the resources to support the advancement of his career. This is probably an advantage other poets of his time did not have, making it quite difficult for them to achieve the status Shakespeare achieved. In spite of his prominence, Shakespeare has been the subject of immense criticism right from the time he was alive, with fellow poets, biographers, and historians severally questioning his credibility. One of Shakespeare’s earliest critics was Robert Greene, a poet who described Shakespeare as a poet whose credentials could… Continue Reading...

Judges Code Of Conduct Improvement Strategies

of choosing judges greatly compromise their objectivity in carrying out their judicial duties. The process of campaigning requires enormous resources, and each judge may not have. Consequently, they largely rely on financial support from different people and groups with the promise of favorable judicial determinations. Consequently, the elected ones are often under political influence and may not be objective leading to judicial impropriety (Taylor & Denyer, 2014). Therefore, the appointment of judges via committee would be a solution to this threat of judicial impropriety. The committee would vet every applicant and choose judges on merit. This will eliminate a… Continue Reading...

Ibm Supply Chain Concerns

Summary This document considers the various points of correlation between human resources, management information systems, and supply chain management in relation to critical IBM concepts of managing an organization. It identifies how these three areas intersect and their long term value for organizations as a whole. Ultimately, they are vital aspects of operations in the contemporary business world. Introduction There are a number of eminent facets involved in the management of contemporary organizations. Encompassing a wide range of characteristics, the most notable of these pertain to information technology, resource allocation, and varying elements of procurement. Effecting competitive advantage today no… Continue Reading...

Organizational Analysis for Veterans Health Administration

how an organization must adapt to its external environments by stressing the effects that power and resources have on the organization. In order for an agency to survive, it must have legitimacy and political power. Legitimacy refers to the organization having the appropriate legal status and a justification for its existence (Razin, Sadka, & Swagel, 2002). Political power refers to the ability of an organization to influence the entities that make decisions regarding the ability of the organization to function. An agency must also have economic resources in order for it to maintain its location, pay staff, and provide… Continue Reading...

Intelligent Information Systems for Cars and Highways

Computing (VCC), which “has a remarkable impact on traffic management and road safety by instantly using vehicular resources, such as computing, storage and internet for decision making,” (Whaiduzzaman, Sookhak, Gani & Buyya 2014, p. 325). Not only is VCC technologically feasible, it is also “economically viable,” easy to integrate into current highway systems and vehicles (Whaiduzzaman, Sookhak, Gani & Buyya, 2014, p. 325). For decades, advanced traffic management systems (ATMS), advanced traveler information systems (ATIS), commercial vehicle operations (CVO), and advanced vehicle control systems (AVCS) have already been implemented to help manage traffic on major highways around the world.… Continue Reading...

Healthcare Transcultural and the Amish Community

internally by reducing or eliminating spending on non-essential services, while pooling community resources to pay for essential or emergency care. In some cases, the Amish communities have agreements with local hospitals for bulk discounts or special rates for services (Kelley, 2013). This “community-based” model of “reciprocal assistance without government interference” has been much admired and provides insight into how Americans outside of the Amish community can consider public healthcare ethics (Roher & Dundes, 2016, p. 92; Talpos, 2016). The Amish view healthcare largely as a matter of personal responsibility. Each person has a personal responsibility to follow a minimalist… Continue Reading...

Parents Sexuality and the Psychoanalysis or Psychodynamic

personality factors, and the presence of positive role models or resources that can help the individual to process the experience instead of developing any type of neurosis or mental illness. The role of the mother also has a different effect on children depending on mitigating factors. If the father was a strong and nurturing figure, then that might offset the stress that could come from a distant or uncaring mother. As Harel, Kaplan, Avimeir-Pratt & Ben-Aaron (2006) also point out, therapy can be used to recognize the role of different parent-child dyads to determine the root causes of an… Continue Reading...

Workflow Analysis Of a Healthcare Organization

the analysis helps in maximizing the effective use of resources while identifying and minimizing processes that do not add value. For the community health center, the most common event is medication administration, which is geared towards enhancing patient outcomes and satisfaction through delivery of high-quality healthcare services. Medication administration process in this organization comprises several stages i.e. medication selection, ordering/prescribing, verification/dispensing, administration, education, and evaluation. The analysis demonstrates that these stages are carried out by different members of the healthcare team who work in collaboration based on care coordination framework. The area for necessary improvement in this organization is… Continue Reading...

Us Healthcare Reform Initiatives

desire for low-cost, high-quality care with physicians’ desire for professional autonomy and control of health resources” as well as the “ideals of consumer-governed health care in the face of a marketplace that rewards volume over value” (Davis, 2009, par.4). In other words, physicians have an incentive to provide more care and patients with comprehensive health insurance are inclined to accept a doctor’s word about the need for a particular service. The explosion of health management organizations and rewarding physicians based upon meeting quality benchmarks and containing costs have been designed to counteract this fact but patients have often feared… Continue Reading...

Sledge Hockey

The important thing to remember is that there are plenty of resources available to coaches and conditioning coaches. That means there are also a lot of opportunities for athletes to develop their strength and skills so as to be ready to play sledge hockey when the time comes. resources Just in terms of workouts, the Hockey Canada organization is full of resources that coaches and trainers can use to help strengthen athletes. The Hockey Canada website offers access to guidelines for sledge hockey players and coaches in the HC Core Training and Stretching Manual. There are player development resources,… Continue Reading...

Theory Of Competitive Advantage

Competitive Advantage: Implications for Strategy Formulation” is about exploiting an organization’s internal resources to propel its business model. The author explores the concept of how by simply assessing and becoming aware of a company’s resources, organizations can use that material to optimize their competitive advantage. The author details this information from a scholarly perspective in which he reveals that this approach was a long neglected one for strategy. Originally, organizations simply focused on the external environment and how best to adapt to it as the core of their strategic endeavors. He alludes to the fact that this tendency was… Continue Reading...

Arapahoe County 2015 Adopted Budget

rest of the financial period. The budgeting process quantifies a plan the allocation of resources for the subsequent financial period. This process starts out at the onset of every financial year in order to come up with a proper placement of funds in the year. Imperatively, budgeting at the departmental level is a decentralized procedure and the department is liable for coming up with its budget. Therefore, by using a pro rata rate it becomes possible to finalize the reduction process and included in the main budget. Continue Reading...

A Contingency Model Of Leadership and Follower Self Esteem Leadership

the most appropriate sales promotion tool is critical given the substantial amount of resources and effort spent on promotion. Marketers have a responsibility to ensure an organisation reaches or surpasses the expected sales levels. This calls for proper choice of marketing techniques. Marketers must choose tools and channels that will most effectively influence their target audience to make purchases not only once, but also in a repetitive manner. Effective choice of promotional tool can positively affect several aspects, including sales, profitability, brand awareness, and brand image. For this reason, marketers must be prudent in choosing promotional tools. It is… Continue Reading...

The Film Never Cry Wolf

traditional ecological knowledge, and the modern world of men like Tyler. Interestingly, it is Mike who exploits the natural resources of his native land, killing the wolves for his own personal financial gain. Yet Mike would not have needed to kill George and Angeline if the Inuit people had the same access to affordable healthcare as Tyler does. The gap between rich and poor, between the socially privileged and the socially disadvantaged, is also explored in the film. Tyler can more readily forgive Mike for his ethical transgression than he could have to Rosie, who he believes killed the wolves.… Continue Reading...

Sexually Transmitted Diseases and How Automated Disease Diagnosis and Monitoring Can Help

the same vein, the person might have moved away and is no longer traceable. Furthermore, the available resources are limited most times and might be better and more effectively used by focusing on the other contacts or cases. At a particular point, a decisions need to be taken whether to spend more on this investigation. The official might need to conclude that continuous efforts won’t likely turn out successful in getting across to the individual and thus that individual will be declared “lost to follow up”. Before this declaration is made, the investigator has to make sure that several… Continue Reading...

Definition Of Learning

others. To be successful in the course, I needed to mobilize as many personal resources as possible, digging deep to find extra energy, time, and attention. To keep motivation high, I learned how to rely on my core strengths and learning patterns. For example, knowing that I prefer to use Sequences and Sequential processes, I tried to create step by step processes even when one was not explicitly assigned to me. When writing an essay, I would write an outline first. When preparing for a test, I would organize the notes into thematic or chronological order. Similarly, I prefer… Continue Reading...

Trends in Healthcare Management Industry

availability of such information on web platforms has facilitated increased awareness of the problem. In fact, online resources have ensured that healthcare practitioners discuss strategies for dealing with the issue comprehensively. Besides, the platforms inform pharmacists on how they could access different products and drugs to meet patient needs. The use of mobile applications has also come in handy in improving access to drug shortage information. Most of these platforms have allowed the search of drugs or their ingredients. Consequently, suspected shortages could be reported to relevant authorities. Therefore, online resources remain critical in addressing drug shortage issues. Conclusion… Continue Reading...

Factors Affecting Employee Retention in an Organization

daycare problems. Keywords: employee, organization, retention, company, work, absenteeism, work-related stress, working environment, human resources, personnel management. Conclusion The focus of this research is to examine factors that contribute to increased employee turnover and high levels of absenteeism and work-related stress in an organization. Based on the findings of the data analysis, employee retention in the organization is affected by several factors including organizational culture, gender roles in the company, and family conflict. While the study was conducted on a group of participants from diverse backgrounds and demographics, organizational culture has a major impact on employee retention in the workplace.… Continue Reading...

Education Classroom Design and Literacy Development

and social learning theories. Learning Theories. Retrieved online: https://jan.ucc.nau.edu/lsn/educator/edtech/learningtheorieswebsite/vygotsky.htm “New Teachers: Designing Learning Environments,” (2015). Edutopia. Retrieved online: https://www.edutopia.org/article/new-teachers-designing-classroom-learning-environment- resources Phillips, M. (2014). A place for learning. Edutopia. Retrieved online: https://www.edutopia.org/blog/the-physical-environment-of-classrooms-mark-phillips Schumacher, D.J., Englander, R. & Carraccio, C. (2013). Developing the master learner. Academic Medicine 88(11): 1635-1645 Squire, K. (2011). Video games and learning. Retrieved online: https://eric.ed.gov/?id=ED523599   Continue Reading...

The Hypothetical Case Of the Nacirema

Nacirema are religious and superstitious people who spend an inordinate amount of their time, energy, and resources on the maintenance or purification of the body. References American Anthropological Association (1956). Body ritual among the Nacirema. American Anthropologist 58(3). Continue Reading...

Inpatient Admission Of the Poor for Healthcare in the United States

Retrieved from https://fas.org/sgp/crs/misc/R41137.pdf Health Poverty Action. (2017). Key facts: poverty and poor health. https://www.healthpovertyaction.org/ Retrieved from https://www.healthpovertyaction.org/info-and- resources/the-cycle-of-poverty-and-poor-health/key-facts/ O'Shea, J. (2007). The crisis in hospital emergency departments: Overcoming the burden of federal regulation. www.heritage.org Retrieved from https://www.heritage.org/health-care-reform/report/the-crisis-hospital-emergency-departments-overcoming-the-burden-federal Continue Reading...

Parkland School Shooting Essay

the mass shootings that occurred on February 14, 2018 to the community-based resources including social workers, law enforcement officials including the FBI who were supposed to prevent such occurrences, many young American males exhibit oppositional defiant behaviors that are regarded as being a normal part of the maturation process (Apsche & Bass, 2009) and the dozens of 911 calls from Cruz’s mother were simply disregarded as a result.  Compounding the tragedy was the lackluster and ineffectual responses by law enforcement authorities to the situation that occurred at the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland. For example, according to… Continue Reading...

Iraq: the Cradle Of Civilization Video Reaction

cities of ancient Mesopotamia was partly due to misuse of natural resources. Resource depletion and land mismanagement are still happening today, which is why Woods warns viewers to take heed. Likewise, Woods warns viewers that Saddam Hussein had tried to establish cultural continuity with the ancient Babylonian kings by rebuilding the massive temple in Baghdad. Power-hungry leaders are also detrimental to the longevity of civilizations. Watching this video brings up a lot of emotions, including sadness related to the loss of so many cultural treasures due to centuries of neglect and wanton destruction. It is also sad to consider… Continue Reading...

Keys to Success in Multinational Companies

the business should lead. Sustainability requires that conservative measures be employed to help save time, resources, and energy—and best practice policies are focused on ensuring that a conservative approach is implemented. The ways in which the best practice policy will contribute towards the long-term sustainability of the company include: 1) Helping to reduce turnover by providing a positive workplace environment where guidance is clear, expectations are understood, and what is and what is not permitted is known by all; 2) Promoting safety, security and efficiency, so that resources are not wasted, energy is not lost in useless or inefficient… Continue Reading...

The Us Grant Programs for Emergencies

chiefly aims at coordinating disaster response within the nation which tends to overwhelm state and local level resources. FEMA aids areas and complete states that find themselves vulnerable to a calamity or overwhelmed by it. Moreover, it organizes crisis management functions and devises governmental continuity plans in the event of threats to national security (Burns, 2006). Ever since its institution, the agency has directed various authorities which facilitate its role as the central federal, monetary and technical support source in the emergency management domain (Anderson, 2002). The different kinds of aid the agency offers include training and educational initiatives… Continue Reading...

Florida's Plan for Responding to Terrorism

activation of the State Emergency Operations Center, the deployment of state liaison personnel, the mobilization of other state resources, and the process for how the response is wound down and deactivated—which is important for maintaining control throughout the entire process from beginning to end. The plan also addresses roles and responsibilities of stakeholders at the local level, regional level and state level. It concludes with a description of training and exercises for stakeholders in the Annex. As such, it is clear that the State of Florida’s Annex meets the guidelines of FEMA’s (2002) recommendations. It shows coordination among the… Continue Reading...

How Diversity Functions in the Organization

less determinant, less standardized and therefore more fluid." Thus, there are different views of diversity from which human resources organization can draw from. The social organization perspective doubtless arose as the result of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, which specifically barred discrimination of specific peoples on the basis of social organization, essentially compelling organization to become less visually homogenous. The literature basically backfilled the argument that adding visible diversity would result in different viewpoints and perspectives on things like decision-making. The information and decision-making perspective is a little bit more sophisticated because diversity is not as obvious to… Continue Reading...

Human Resources and Labor Shortage by 2030

be facing a critical labor shortage, which can be resolved simply by changing organizational culture and human resources practices. References Strack, R. (2014). The workforce crisis of 2030 and how to start solving it now. TED@BCG Berlin. https://www.ted.com/talks/rainer_strack_the_surprising_workforce_crisis_of_2030_and_how_to_start_solving_it_now Continue Reading...

Apple's Human Resources Strategy

growth places strain on the talent within the company. The human resources department has to keep a rapid pace of hiring, ensuring all the while that it is bringing in the right people to support the mission going forward. Just as important, the new hires have to blend in with the existing organizational culture. This can be a significant challenge when the growth comes as rapidly as it did for Apple in the 2000s. The company's growth trajectory started with an established culture under Steve Jobs, the introduction of the iPod, and then the introduction of the iPhone started… Continue Reading...

Careers in Criminal Justice and Prospects

service sector where there is less flexibility in human resources. If there are more positions in another state, then I am willing to move. Furthermore, I will not have trouble getting a job after I graduate because I know about how to present myself well in professional communications. My resume will be polished and up to date, reflecting my newly minted Bachelor’s degree, my work experience, and my specialized skills. I will seek help in drafting the best cover letter for each job application, addressing each letter personally and ensuring that I get in the door for an interview.… Continue Reading...

The Organization and Structure Of Fire Department

recommended strongly that two new positions be created: one in human resources, and one in information technology. All technical positions will be clearly defined by identifying needs. Needs assessments will help the department determine whether we need more building inspectors and fire code consultants, or whether we need more training technicians. Information technology specialists will help our department retain strong communications connections with law enforcement, hospitals, emergency medical technicians, and other first responders. Also, the information technology will help our own first responders more efficiently respond to fire and other disaster calls, deploying exactly the service personnel and equipment… Continue Reading...

Women in Positions Of Leadership in Business

and an ever-changing marketplace when they start creating inclusive environments now. By putting valuable time, money, and other resources towards radical, sustainable, and meaningful change, Wojcicki is laying the foundations for a more ethical business culture in the future. Being in a position of power enables Susan Wojcicki to have real potential to effect meaningful change in society. Her influence may extend far beyond the realm of YouTube, far beyond the borders of Silicon Valley, into the very fabric of society. Firing the author of the Google Memo sent a strong message about what is and is not tolerable… Continue Reading...

Reducing Risk in a Community Through Assessment

can be improved through the addition of green spaces to a community. Using resources like Park Score (2017) or other various online tools, stakeholders and organizations can find ways to identify the level of green space that a community has. If a community has a low green space score, for instance, community leaders and stakeholders could develop a fund that would support the introduction of more parks and green spaces in the urban areas. This would facilitate good mental health, as Wolf (n.d.) and other researchers like Grahn and Stigsdotter (2010) have shown. Without doing the community inventory and… Continue Reading...

Bin Laden Al Qaeda Financing Crime

more effective use of financial regulations, and regulating the Saudi Arabian charity structure,” (p. 169). Amalgamating resources from various state and non-state actors can create a global counterterrorism framework using financial methods as a chief means of disrupting terrorist organizations. Likewise, Zdanowicz (2004) claims that the United States and other strong counterterrorism actors need to spread their net because they “have, to date, largely ignored money laundering through the back door,” namely “abnormal international trade pricing,” (p. 1). Paying closer attention to these methods will also help wage war on other criminal organizations. Naylor (2004) latches too much onto… Continue Reading...

Best Practices Involved in Changing the Accounting Information System Ais

software tailor-made to a business is usually not carried out by most firms. Tools Online resources are actually offered to support the strategic planning process involved with AIS. For instance, financial data forms help in deciding the particular requirements of each business, and also assign responsibility to the principles who are involved. Support The end users and top management ought to have support available throughout the execution and testing phase. System upgrades are adequately monitored and recorded in an effective manner along with training of both end users and top management. Proposed foundation for changing AIS Engagement of all the Stakeholders… Continue Reading...

Obama’s First Year in Office

not all smooth sailing. The War on Terror tied up significant resources and continued to wear on without any signs of abatement. The Middle East quagmire continued to represent a problem for Obama all throughout 2009 (and, in fact, throughout the whole of his two-term presidency). Obama had campaigned on the promise of bringing U.S. troops home and getting out of the Middle East—yet throughout 2009, withdrawal simply did not happen, and the main reason, as James Antle and Dylan Loewe pointed out in a debate published by The Guardian at the start of 2010, was simply this: despite… Continue Reading...

Strategies to Enhance Patient Satisfaction

and establishes an appropriate structural outcome. Subsystems in Emergency Department In the emergency department, the inputs include financial resources, supplies, and staffing needed for the unit to be functional. The emergency department is in operation all day and night and needs sufficient nurses and subordinate staff to give a throughput of services. More inputs in the ED include the material required to provide nursing intervention that can be bought from various outside vendors (Kamal, Barnard, & Christenson, 2014). Some of the materials purchased include paper. Pencils, pens, glucometers, intravenous fluids, and gauze. The hospital organization develops a unit budget for each… Continue Reading...

Michigan Community Child Watch Programs

are a great part of modern society. However, they need more resources dedicated to training program participants. Crimes against children have not been diminished in certain places and these programs need to be modified. References Pitts, E. T. (1999). People and programs that make a difference in a multicultural society: Volunteerism in America. Lewiston, NY: E. Mellen Press. Stafford, K. (2016, November 19). The shocking rate of crime Detroit kids face each day. Retrieved from https://www.freep.com/story/news/local/michigan/detroit/2016/11/19/detroit-children-crime-victims-assault/87399622/ Turvey, B. E., Savino, J. O., & Mares, A. C. (2017). False Allegations: Investigative and Forensic Issues in Fraudulent Reports of Crime. Elsevier. Continue Reading...

Fracking Policy Analysis

with regard to natural gas extraction such that additional energy is generated whilst, simultaneously, natural resources are safeguarded for their safe utilization by plants, animals and mankind and economic progress is enhanced and maintained (Ferrell & Sanders, 2013). The above concerns incorporate the ideal management of possible community and environmental effects stemming from natural gas resource development. Given the aforementioned framing of the issue, the discourse turns in the direction of policy options on hand to deal with such concerns, together with potential related consequences. Policy options spring, normally, from dialogue between novices and specialists in the industry, opposition… Continue Reading...

Nursing Shortages

as women’s work, and nurses are given only limited access to resources to make them effective in their jobs and careers” (p. 751). This is especially true in countries like Saudi Arabia, where nursing is viewed as woman’s work but is not valued highly by society—though it is recognized as being highly needed (Alyami & Watson, 2014). To address the issue of staffing shortages, the Institute of Medicine (IOM, 2012) has called for more nurses to achieve a higher level of education so that they can be better prepared to handle the demands of the real-world nursing environment. The… Continue Reading...

Home Health Care Business Plan

support what needs to be done on the human resources side, then Passion Home Health will be in a much better position to execute all of these recommendations – they all go together. Conclusions Passion Home Health is a provider of home care in California. While the industry is growing at a healthy rate, growth for any individual company is constrained by the availability of labor. This means that finding ways to optimize the efficiency of the labor you have is of utmost importance, as is making sure that the company is at the top of the list as… Continue Reading...

Education Classroom Management Journal

students with special needs. Both of these methods ensure that all students have equal access to school resources and opportunities for learning and maximizing their potential. 504 plans are more global in scope, although both the IEPs and 504 plans impact how administrators and teachers operate. Students with IEPs have specialized, individualized instructions, whereas the 504 plan applies more broadly to accommodations that can be made, even via changes to pedagogical practices. IEP accommodations are far more specific than they are for 504 plans, but in both cases, teachers need to be cognizant of what they can do to… Continue Reading...

Political Beliefs Personal Reflection

creation. They’re targeted at giving people who are poor the resources to live in poverty,” (Raab, 2013, p. 1). Complete libertarianism is not the answer, as it would fail to provide any moral compass for the society. I believe we can all agree that some social services are beneficial for improving the quality of life for all Americans. Some of my agents of socialization led me to believe that conservatism precludes government assistance. I mistakenly believed that Republicans were completely anti-government. Therefore, I learned through my encounters with erudite conservatives like Brooks and Tanner that compassionate conservatism is a… Continue Reading...

Reflection on Organizational Change Management

on the insights obtained from the course, I have learned about change management and found some readings, resources, and assignments helpful in this process as well as some that did not fully engage me. However, I also feel that there are some aspects of change management that I still need to know more about and research more deeply after this class. Prior to undertaking this class, I knew that change management is a relatively complex process that is difficult to carry out. I believed that its nearly impossible for an organization to undertake change management in a manner that… Continue Reading...

The U.s Economy and Health Care

(3.6%) and increased healthcare expenditure (9.3%), implying an increased percentage of an increased number of resources is committed to the healthcare sector as compared with other goods, has potential effects on the private as well as public sectors (Sommers & Gruber, 2017). The latter, which comprises of municipal, state and federal governments encounters expenditure growths at a swifter pace as compared to income growth, thereby enhancing scrutiny on healthcare and related expenditure. Organizations witnessing growth in healthcare costs might avoid increasing wages, cut down other spending, demand more cost-sharing by workers or decrease healthcare insurance benefits. With increased expense-shifting to… Continue Reading...

Sledge Hockey in Canada

Life (n.d.) Leadership Team has developed a number of resources to help build and strengthen physical literacy for individuals and regions where knowledge is limited regarding possibilities for amputees or disabled youths who still wish to engage in athletic games. At local levels, sledge hockey can be played among young children and teens, as well as at the provincial level. At the national level, it can be played as well, as the Canada Sledge Hockey Team has competed in the Paralympic Winter Games and won the gold at it and other competitions around the world. The Canadian national sledge… Continue Reading...

Freeman Brown Private System

of management, productivity is the key factor for decision making – and people are the resources to ensure good quality of production (Perry, 2017). Hence, according to this theory, people want to be part of a system that is encouraging, participatory, supportive, allows development and showcases value for good work (Schermerhorn, 2014). Good quality or productivity is dependent upon high morale of employees. Keeping this approach in mind we can analyse FBPS and how it handled its relationship with the stakeholders during closure as one that did not implement this approach either as human input or quality of work… Continue Reading...

Computer Assisted Instruction in Education

healthy dialogue was conducted all along the way. They helped me to use internal and external resources to implement my plan, such as places to go for ordering computers, sites to peruse for applications, and external outlets for learning more about what is available. Goals and Topics of the Session The goals and topics for the session and how they aligned with the school’s improvement goals were simple: the school’s goal for the curriculum was as follows: “The standards covered during each instructional unit of the Language Arts curriculum are reflective of the New Jersey Student Learning Standards outlined… Continue Reading...

Economic Impact Australian Mining Boom

during the boom, the Chief Economist at the Australian Bureau of Agricultural and resources Economics and Sciences (ABARES) was given the task of evaluating the implications of the imposition of a tax on the production of mineral ores in Australia. If the mineral ore market was already operating at a socially optimum level, explain the welfare implication of the proposed tax that should be included in the economist’s recommendations. Use diagram to explain your answer In delineation, the social welfare resulting from the production as well as consumption of a certain amount of a commodity is the summation of… Continue Reading...

Coca Cola Mission Vision and Values

the empty platitude about being a responsible citizen, which isn't actually possible for a company that consumes the planets resources in service of producing and selling stuff that nobody actually needs. The Coca-Cola vision statement is really the antithesis of what a good vision statement is, and as such offers nothing of value to the organization, not even the executives. If you took the opposite of each of those statements, they would sound absurd. Consider – would you want to work at a company that aimed to lose money, be a terrible place to work, have a portfolio of… Continue Reading...

The Ethical Issues Of Criminal Justice

detail fundamental program components, the most critical information requirements and the resources needed to give answers to the question. Process of formulating and developing evaluation question: · Assemble relevant stakeholders · Examine supporting material like strategic plans, evaluation framework and program monitoring · Come up with evaluation question with regard to the entire program or a given activity in the program · Categorize the evaluation questions into groups that have relevance to stakeholders and program. · Make a decision on the evaluation question to handle. · Check to ascertain that the questions are associated with the program · Make… Continue Reading...

Characteristics Of an Effective Nurse Administrator

to have a firm command of financial management and human resources management expertise. Nurse administrators also need to know about how to form strategic alliances with partners in the community, government, and private sector. Essentially, nurse administrators tend to be relatively far removed from the job of actual nursing and provision of care, while also keeping in mind the need for patient-centric policies. Strong communication skills, organizational and coordination skills, leadership skills, and of course, strategic management skills are among the core characteristics of an effective nurse administrator. Scope and Standards A nurse administrator serves in an executive, managerial,… Continue Reading...

Macroeconomic Indicators

With the Fed shifting from quantitative easing (QE) to quantitative tightening (QT) in recent years, and the end of unconventional monetary policy, interest rates are set to continue to rise as the central bank reduces its balance sheet. With bond yields already going up and volatility at all-time lows, questions remain about how the market will react to this normalization process. One thing is for certain, however: the recent rise of prices across several asset classes has coincided with the years of QE beginning in 2008. Home prices have soared, bond prices have soared, equity prices have soared, college tuition… Continue Reading...

Wildlife Conservation Issues

number of economic pressures which zoos face in varying degrees of severity. In terms of resources, they have continual challenges with economic resources necessary for providing habitats which are endemic for some of the rarer species they quarter (Keulartz, 2015, p. 336). However, they are also plagued by constraints on the space required to quarter such animals—which affects the overall vivacity of these creatures. Also, zoos have a finite capacity with which to house animals, which creates economic pressure related to necessary expansion. How Does a Species Get on the Endangered Species List? A couple of things must happen… Continue Reading...

Biological Diversity Of Today

my daily life to not contribute to the destruction of biodiversity. I can recycle to keep from consuming unnecessary resources. I can also take public transportation to refrain from damaging the environment with harmful fossil fuels from the motor vehicle which I currently drive. These fuels are contributing to the eradication of the ozone layer and global warmly, which is surely negatively impacting biodiversity. References National Wildlife Federation. (2016). What is biodiversity? Accessed on August 13, 2016, at https://www.nwf.org/Wildlife/Wildlife-Conservation/Biodiversity.aspx National Geographic Society. (n.d.). Biodiversity. Accessed on August 13, 2016, at  http://nationalgeographic.org/encyclopedia/biodiversity/ Purvis, A. & Hector, A. (2000).Getting the measure… Continue Reading...

Police Brutality and Behaviorism

out, behaviorism and cognitive psychology combine into cognitive-behaviorism, which is frequently used in human resources to cultivate specific norms and values. Police organizations have entrenched cultures that are notoriously difficult to change, because they are “boys club” type of cultures that create tight inner circles or in-groups that reward those who conform (“Understanding Police Culture,” n.d., p. 23). There are some positive elements to police organizational culture, which can be retained while still encouraging change. Growing public outrage over police brutality is aiding law enforcement change, feeding into the behavioral principles of conditioning and extrinsic motivation. Public outrage against… Continue Reading...

Climate Change Impacts

most part, economic growth comes at the expense of using the earth's resources, and leaving behind pollution, devastation or both. There are many threats to biodiversity, but climate change is the biggest one, because it could potentially bring about a mass extinction, wiping out a great many species. Economic growth may not have to necessarily be negative for the planet. We have focused on the easiest, fastest possible growth to this point, and that has left us doing things to create growth without concern for the consequences. However, we can still grow the economy in ways that are less… Continue Reading...

Parallels Between Business and Biology

the wolves would be a long-term cost. 4. The relationship definitely might change if resources were scarce. Right now, they are not competing for resources but if they were, then the benefits and costs dynamic would surely change. Part II. 1. A business like Tower Records ran a bricks-and-mortar record shop empire. There are costs like real estate, inventory, advertising and staff that are pretty common in that line of business. 2. There were a lot of competitors, ranging from independent record stores to other big chains like H&M, to big stores like Wal-Mart, and then eventually Amazon arrived, and… Continue Reading...

Common Property and Animal Testing

Q1. List ten real-world common property resources with which you are familiar. Describe an example of one of these common property resources that is not (tragically) overexploited (use the term “institution/s” in your discussion). The so-called tragedy of the commons is defined as the fact that people tend to exploit common resources to the maximum degree possible for their own benefit, thus indirectly harming other or future people who could benefit from the resource (“Tragedy of the Commons,” 2018). Examples of common property include public parks, fish… Continue Reading...

Leadership Personality Traits and Organizational Behavior

the areas of personality diversity and organizational objectives. This article first outlines various theories of organizational psychology including job demands- resources theory, which shows how top-level management decisions can mitigate the detrimental effects of personality diversity on organizational commitment. At the same time, employee commitment can positively enhance team cohesion and the ability for teams to achieve their own and the organization’s main goals. Job crafting, the bottom-up, employee-driven behaviors, are linked with reduced stress, reduced rates of burnout, and greater work engagement, according to the author. The implications of recent research on team diversity and achievement of organizational goals… Continue Reading...

Educational Leadership Tools

the potential to really support the educational leadership process and that is what’s most important when you’re looking for resources to help you manage the leadership position that you are in. The Principal Supervisor Institute is another one that is helpful, as its goal is to increase the accountability of administrators in the education arena. Administrators must be held accountable, since schools and students rise and fall under their watch. By maximizing the potential of administrators and educational leaders, resources like those which the Principal Supervisor Institute offers can provide excellent support. I find the seven sides of educational… Continue Reading...

Infection Control

nurses in health care facilities. Another potential complication can be resource-related, as infection spreading can lead to a drain on resources as procedures are put in place to stem the spread and deal with contamination, quarantine and clean-up (Koutlakis-Barron & Hayden, 2016; Revolinski, Huang & Gibble, 2018). When infection control precautions such as good hygiene practices, good record keeping, proper waste disposal, safe injection practices, the use of personal protective equipment, respiratory hygiene, and disinfection practices are ignored or not followed as per standard precautionary recommendations, it can lead to resource drain, with nurses becoming sick and having to call… Continue Reading...

Georgia Environmental Quality Departments

health issues through disease transmission or nuisance considerations (Georgia Department of Human resources, Division of Public Health, 2007). 3. Suggested modifier or new prevention or intervention program The most effective way of alleviating mosquito virus infections is through eradication or destruction of their habitats and conditions that favor breeding of mosquitos. Integrated Pest management (IPM) is based on a scientific approach in the management of vectors and pests like mosquitos (Peshin et al., 2014). IPM employs different techniques for pest management. The focus is prevention of pests, reduction of pests and alleviation of the conditions suitable for pest infections… Continue Reading...

Mongols History

forceful conquest. What made them so fearless? Was it their wealth and resources or was it the absence of a proper governance structure in Persia? Such remains to be known. In the context of this story where was the author and how did he escape the terror? Through further reading it is hoped that more about the Tatars and what became of them will be uncovered. About the author Edward Granville Browne, the author, lived between 1862 and 1926 and was born in England’s Stouts Hill (Good Reads, 2018). He published many articles and academic books especially in literature… Continue Reading...

Proper Supply Chain Management

and detailed considerations when it comes to amassing and managing resources. The over-simplification of the process and how to do it well is a dangerous trap to fall into. It can be just as dangerous as simply not having the resources to begin with, although for different reasons. For example, it is currently the winter season in the northern hemisphere of the planet Earth. Stores or operations that have a need to melt and control ice would be wise to have ice melt and other supplies on hand to use, sell or both. Even so, there is such a… Continue Reading...

The Oj Simpson Case Analysis

4 February 2018, from https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=2214481 University, S. (2018). The Five Hardest Lessons from the O.J. Trial. Scu.edu. Retrieved 4 February 2018, from https://www.scu.edu/ethics/focus-areas/more/ resources/the-five-lessons-of-the-oj-trial/ Zedner, L., & Ashworth, A. (2012). Principles and values in criminal law and criminal justice: essays in honour of Andrew Ashworth. Oxford [etc.]: Oxford University Press.   Continue Reading...

Information Involving Curriculum Development

ESL and math disciplines · Support learners’ capability of resolving problems and reasoning mathematically · Be reinforced by superior-quality resources and professional development avenues for promoting effective planning and instruction within the schoolroom setting. · Be evaluated appropriately and test every math and ESL curricular goal Aspects in the timeline that lead to need for a change of content The process of new curriculum implementation for improving all students’ academic experiences is characterized by the following challenges: · The novel curriculum might not provide sufficient guidance in the area of ESL concept progression from one grade to the next, and across… Continue Reading...

Oil Crises Term in West Africa

content, which can substantially profit them, and their governments have a key role to play in these resources (Davis, Fedelino, and Ossowski, 2003). West Africa, which is a nation that is renowned for oil production is experiencing oil crisis, akin to the rest of the world. Subsequent to four years of comparative stability at approximately $105/barrel, the prices of oil have decreased sharply since mid-year 2014. It is imperative to note that this is not the very first gradual swing in oil prices as there have been just about five other periods of deteriorations in oil price surpassing 30… Continue Reading...

Teamwork Training Theme and Leadership

solutions for success. The areas discussed in this paper span how to improve communication, maximizing resources, utilizing the creativity resource among team members, enhancing team alignment, embracing change positively and how to handle and overcome resistance. A well bonded team is a resilient, tough and productive machine. The list of the practices highlighted below are meant to help intact teams, mixed groups and cross-functional teams and individuals achieve high performance in the organization I work for. Teamwork training Theme development The aim is to attain synergy and high performance while providing interaction based on solutions between members of a… Continue Reading...

Amazon Capital Decisions

market and society. Wal-Mart, as was mentioned before, is a good example. That company has a substantial amount of resources and capital capabilities. However, those resources are very much still invested in the ground-based capital structures of the past. This will have to change as the market shifts, as it has been for years. While those other changes are going on, it must be understood that the proper budgeting for, deployment of and leveraging of information technology and information services assets is growing more important by the day (Ray, Ling & Barney, 2013). Concurrent to that is the fact… Continue Reading...

The World Population and Urbanization

that these urban areas can “effectively manage their natural resources and reduce their greenhouse gas emissions while improving quality of life” (Dasgupta, 2018). The more social the inhabitants of these areas are, the more likely they are to take into thoughtful consideration the greening of their urban environment for the sake of mental and environmental health (Grahn & Stigsdotter, 2010). The optimistic trends that accompany this push to urbanization include the rise in awareness and preventive care taken thanks to the impact of the World resources Institute (WRI). From 2016 to 2017, 3.2 million tons of carbon dioxide emissions… Continue Reading...

The Environment and Human Kind

addresses the main points raised by Brown—namely that natural resources are running out, the population is growing too rapidly and consuming too much, the natural balance off ecosystems is being destabilized as a result, and the planet’s air and water is becoming polluted thanks to humans. Lomborg (2001) shows that the data used by Brown et al. is misleading and presents an alternate set of facts that paint a different story: for example, the population may be growing but it is also producing more food than ever before in history, meaning that “fewer people are starving,” and, moreover, fewer… Continue Reading...

The Four Control System Steps

the business being able to pay the proper amounts and reallocate resources is the situation demands it. It goes without saying that payment of wages that are not earned is a real concern among the wider concerns that are in question here. However, it is far from the only consideration in play and the firm will not punish or fire anyone so long as the person acts in good faith and responds to requests for compliance and adjustment (Dawkins, 2014). With that in mind, there will be redundancy when it comes to the monitoring of work being completed and… Continue Reading...

The Good and the Bad Of Capitalism

The relevance of capitalism cannot be overstated especially when it comes to the efficient utilization of resources. This is more so the case given on this front, innovation and individualism is promoted; hence further optimizing the economic system. Producers in this case also seek to further enhance their returns by increasing output and investing more in innovative initiatives - hence effectively improving the quality of goods and services offered for sale. In the ideal capitalist economy, inefficiencies are eliminated through the inherent operation of supply and demand forces, in which case participants (buyers and sellers) are free to participate… Continue Reading...

Joint Operations

should, thereby, be made by the DoD to ensure that partnering Armies not only have the resources, but are also truly invested and involved. An assessment of the political suitability of partners is also a key consideration. According to Reveron (2016), the U.S. deems democratic governments as being acceptable in matters of partnership capacity building due to their democratic ideals; i.e. promotion of basic freedoms and sustenance of credible electoral and justice systems. Partnering with such governments in military operations is seen as the right thing to do given the inherent risks of training rogue governments that could turn… Continue Reading...

Sustainable Construction and Structural Insulated Panels

to offer, the word is a serious one aimed at promoting efficient use of resources, a chance at stable economic growth, and continued social progress. In modern society, construction plays a part in how one lives, goes to work, and buys and purchases services/products. If sustainable construction can provide a chance for less consumption, less use of resources, and a means of promoting a way of living in line with balance and moderation, then perhaps the world will be open to change, especially if the cost to do so is less than traditional methods; structure insulated panels are a… Continue Reading...

Steps Of Economic Growth in Usa China and Germany

nations might manufacture costlier human as well as physical capital-intensive products due to their comparative shortage of such resources. This reasoning means that America is less likely to become a substantial global adversary in the generation of systems which are not comparatively intense in human as well as physical capital (Wolak, 2011). Nonetheless, all through the initial phases of the advancement of a brand new technology, the US possesses a relative edge in the manufacturing of goods empowered by this creativity. Nevertheless, as soon as these systems end up being well-understood and manufacturing procedures are created that utilize less-skilled… Continue Reading...

Utilitarianism and Environmentalism in Ethics

to tangible short-term and long-term objectives that benefit a large number of people. Reducing pollution, limiting deforestation, preserving natural resources, protecting sensitive ecosystems, and mitigating climate change bring about the greatest good for the greatest number, what John Stuart Mill (2017) refers to as summum bonum, the fundamental principle of utilitarianism (p. 1). Therefore, most environmentally conscious policies, business practices, and personal behaviors can be viewed in utilitarian terms. Explanation of Theory Utilitarianism is a consequentialist ethical theory, which essentially means that its proponents focus more on the consequences of actions than on the motivations for the actions (Haines,… Continue Reading...

Homelessness

efforts to address this problem, as one scholar writes, “For starters, officers need to have the resources to offer a homeless person an alternative to a citation or arrest on the spot. If they're not accompanied by an outreach worker to help persuade a homeless person to accept services and temporary housing, they need to have a phone number for one” (LATimes, 2018). Anything other than what is described here is just a callous, narrow response that only adds to an exacerbating problem. Instead, there needs to be a more aggressive solution to homelessness in Los Angeles. The budget… Continue Reading...

Curriculum Plan and Integrated Unit

in the classroom. During this process, teachers will be provided with necessary resources and support to complete the required activities or tasks. Evaluation of Curriculum The effectiveness of this curriculum plan will be determined through evaluation since curriculum evaluation is an important part of curriculum development. The process for evaluating the curriculum will focus on three major areas i.e. the learner, the instruction, and the overall program. With respect to the learner, the evaluation will examine improvement in learning outcomes based on curriculum objectives (National Research Council, 2004). The evaluation of instruction will focus on whether the faculty met… Continue Reading...

Slavery the Genocide Of Native Americans and Crime

westward expansion could not be resolved in one battle. Ignorant yahoos and cowboys destroyed one of the greatest natural resources the west had: its buffalo, nearly driving them to extinction by shooting them from trains (Slide 30). As Native Americans depended on buffalo for their economic wellbeing, this type of behavior increased tensions. The Dawes Act and other blatantly racist legislative acts by the federal government disempowered Native Americans, who lacked the power to undermine the increasingly wealthy and militaristic United States. Continue Reading...

Mixed Methods Research and Pros and Cons

be like performing two separate studies at once, which does require more resources and time. Commonly used in the social sciences and in public health research, mixed methods should be employed when it is feasible and warranted (Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, 2013). Researchers should always endeavor to approach a problem from as many angles as possible, and consider the way their choice research methods might impact interpretation of a problem and more importantly, impact public policy. Mixed methods extend understanding of a research problem in several ways. Case studies and other qualitative methods offer an in-depth and… Continue Reading...

Meaningful Usage Of Health Information Technology Hit

responsibility between the two would be more effective (Jamieson, 2014), as it would ensure customer support resources are protected and developmental initiatives remain on track. In case of development problems needing vendor input, HIT personnel (particularly the helpdesk) are generally in charge of facilitating vendor-user communication. This role entails summarization or analysis of vendor usage numbers and existing user complaints, followed by attempts at refining user requirements. Further, Health IT personnel can partner with vendors and ascertain the effect of system upgrades or updates on users, followed by notifying users of such plans (Wager et al., 2017). Diverse Health… Continue Reading...

Apple Expansion into Myanmar

this trend. That said, Myanmar is not especially gifted with natural resources, and there are very few educational institutions. As such, neither the country itself nor its people are especially prepared to be competitive on the global scale. Most of the economic opportunity that exits in Myanmar specifically arises from the ongoing efforts to open up the markets. As each industry opens, there will be foreign investment that will help sustain GDP growth. So for Apple, the keys to Myanmar as a market will be related to the pace of detangling central government influence on the economy, and the form… Continue Reading...

Analysis Of Strategy Implementation at the Coca-cola Corporation

Incorporating Ethics into the Organization, Santa Clara University. Retrieved 22, February, 2018, from https://www.scu.edu/ethics/focus-areas/business-ethics/ resources/incorporating-ethics-into-the-organization/ Vartanian, L. (2007). Effects of soft drink consumption on nutrition and health: a systematic review and meta-analysis. American Journal of US National Library of Medicine National Institutes of Health. Retrieved 22, February, 2018, from https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1829363/ Nasdaq (2018). KO Company Financials. Annual Income Statement Retrieved 22, February, 2018, from https://www.nasdaq.com/symbol/ko/financials?query=income-statement Appendix 1 Period Ending: Trend 12/31/2016 12/31/2015 12/31/2014 12/31/2013 Total Revenue $41,863,000 $44,294,000 $45,998,000 $46,854,000 Cost of Revenue $16,465,000 $17,482,000 $17,889,000 $18,421,000 Gross Profit $25,398,000 $26,812,000 $28,109,000 $28,433,000 Operating Expenses Research and Development $0 $0 $0 $0… Continue Reading...

Thematic Integration Of Faith, Learning and Business

its own self-implosion.   Top 5–8 questions Synthesizing Main Ideas in Strategic Allocation of resources One of the top questions one should ask in order to best synthesize the key concepts in the strategic allocation of financial resources can be found in the centrality of faith in business. As Sandi Krakowski, the owner of several multi-million businesses, explains that when she coaches other entrepreneurs she advises, “No matter who they were, I'd encourage them to just have faith that they would reach the right people if serving became their focus more than selling, if loving their customer became the path to… Continue Reading...

Virtual Team Theories and Research

research and they both use a great amount of resources and references to explain the current paradigm and offer their own theories and ideas about the subject of traits and such in the virtual team realm. As noted before, the Krumm article is superior when it comes to how this current paradigm should translate in terms of future research and what should happen in the coming years vis-à-vis virtual teams (Brown, Scott-Poole & Rodgers, 2004; Krumm, Terweil & Hertel, 2013). Conclusion Virtual teams and the traits of the people involved is one of those things where making generalized statements… Continue Reading...

Britain’s Industrialization and China’s Stagnation

the way people lived, conducted themselves, fought and protected themselves. China clearly had the resources and the talent within its nation to be the hotbed of an industrial revolution. As this paper has demonstrated, it lacked the collective mindset to make crucial experimentation needed for the development of industry a priority. [8: Ibid. ] Bibliography Harrison, John Fletcher Clews, ed. Society and Politics in England, 1780-1960: A Selection of Readings and Comments Edited. Harper and Row, 1965. Tignor, Robert, Jeremy Adelman, Peter Brown, Benjamin Elman, Stephen Kotkin, Gyan Prakash, Brent Shaw et al. World Together, Worlds Apart: Fourth International Student… Continue Reading...

Education and Leadership Promoting Change

the steps he might take as principal might be to finally address the drain on resources that Neuman and his cohort represents. Just the fact of being new makes Jack a change agent by default, too. Jack needs to take advantage of the new relationships he will cultivate with faculty, garnering potential supporters among staff. Students will also be potential supporters, and parents too, as both are avoiding Neuman’s classes because they are interested in doing away with outmoded materials. Also, the majority of teachers will be potential supporters because Neuman and that group detract from their hard work.… Continue Reading...

Competencies Scope Of Practice and Standards Of Practice for Nurse Administrators

are other sources that nurse administrator draw upon as well. Based on these and other nursing resources together with empirical observations and discussions with experienced nursing administrators, one of the overarching themes that emerges from these different sources is the need for nurse administrators to apply evidence-based standards of practice. Likewise, this point is also made by Kalb and O’Connor-Von (2015) who note, “Standards from other professional organizations stress the use of evidence in nursing and health care. These include the ANA's Nursing: Scope and Standards of Practice; Quality and Safety Education for Nurses from the QSEN Institute; and the… Continue Reading...

The Relevance Of Business Ethics

objectives that may include enhancing profitability for shareholders, cornering the market, or attracting the best talent to the human resources pool. Whatever objectives the organization establishes, it will reach those goals when considering how to maximize gain for the greatest number. Maximizing gain for the greatest number makes sense from a business point of view if the goal is to gain market share, retain top employees, and forge relationships with the maximum number of clients, suppliers, and strategic allies. Focusing only on the needs of a few in the C-suite will have the opposite effect, which is why utilitarian… Continue Reading...

Jakks Pacific Nadler Trushman Congruence Model

be fully understood. The input category identified in this model includes the environment, resources, and history. These are the factors and realities with which JAKKS has to work with and which affect it in one way or another. a. The environment Just like is the case with its peers, JAKKS is impacted upon by various factors within its larger environment. These include, but they are not limited to, the government and various regulatory bodies, and competitors. With regard to the government and regulatory bodies, it is important to note that the toy industry is one of the most closely… Continue Reading...

The Zika Virus Threat to the United States

how very little we really comprehend in regards to the worldwide circulation of flaviviruses. Latest analytic and also molecular resources have significantly broadened the opportunity to predict danger and monitor the circulation of those infections, but an in-depth knowledge of exactly what makes a single virus a worldwide risk whilst a different one will not be remains evasive. The research featured within this evaluation is both motivating and frustrating. On one side, the rate that the Us citizens as well as the world generally has gathered and displayed medical, epidemiologic, and also lab details on ZIKV right after detection… Continue Reading...

Seattle Homelessness Action Plan

Health and Social Justice (March, 2016): 1-16. ] Lastly, public resources also happen to be consistently drained by the problem of homelessness. This is particularly the case in Settle whereby the City’s plans and priorities are more inclined towards the provision of services to homeless people as opposed to just the provision of sleeping places. It is important to note that at the moment, King County devotes millions of dollars to the problem of homelessness on an annual basis with the key funders including Cities like ours. A minimum of $6 million is allocated (from all sources) on an annual… Continue Reading...

Marketing and Earned Income Revenue for Nonprofits

that exist for developing these new revenue streams. Nonprofits today are under increasing pressure to do more with fewer resources in the form of time and money. Many are also finding that donations are less profitable than in the past, as potential donors are inundated with new requests, thanks to the ubiquity of social media. Earned income is one potential way to bridge the gap. Perhaps the classic example of a nonprofit which makes use of earned income revenue is that of the Girl Scouts, whose famous cookies have functioned as both a positive marketing campaign as well as an… Continue Reading...

The History Of Crime in the United States America

fear motivates voters to select politicians who promise to protect them too. Likewise, fear enables government allocation of resources to things like criminal justice. In the absence of the Cold War, the media also had a vacuum to fill and filled it promptly with imagery of ordinary crime. Without communism as the enemy, Americans turned to ordinary crime as the new focal point. It was as if Americans genuinely wanted something to fear, and their attention was easily fixated on the news media and its portrayal of rising crime rates. If the public believes that crime is on the… Continue Reading...

The Role Of Senior Manager in Eldercare

with financial planning and accounting teams to make strategic planning decisions and decisions linked to allocation of resources, methods of managing or cutting costs, and effective human resources policies. Ultimately, the senior management team aim to “foster an environment that can provide necessary and quality health care at maximum profit,” (Locsin, n.d., p. 1). All executive decisions made in the eldercare facility need to reflect the organization’s core vision, values, and mission. Therefore, the senior manager needs to make sure that all department leaders are on track, and that patient or resident outcomes meet stated objectives. The senior manager… Continue Reading...

Motivation and Morale Police Administration

and regression data. Problem Statement Organizations endeavor to have more productive personnel, who are deemed the most significant resources and a determining factor for success. Low levels of productivity can be linked to poor employee morale and motivation. The accomplishment and efficacy of any entity relies to a large magnitude, on how properly personnel have morale (Shaban, Al-Zubi, & Alqotaish, 2017; Osabiya, 2015). In accordance to Stephen (2014), several theories of management give the suggestion that motivated personnel and those with high morale have a tendency to be more inspired and productive, and it is prudent for any management to utilize… Continue Reading...

Personal Philosophy Leadership and Innovation

job satisfaction: the mediating role of employee empowerment. Human resources for Health, 14,73. Damirch, Q. V., Rahimi, G., & Seyyedi, M. H. (2011). Transformational leadership style and innovative behavior on innovative climate at SMEs in Iran\'. Kuwait Chapter of Arabian Journal of Business and Management Review, 1(4), 119-127. Denker, A. G. (2014). Transformational leadership in nursing: A pilot nurse leader development program. Bellarmine University. Retrieved from http://scholarworks.bellarmine.edu/tdc/6/ Fischer, S. A. (2016). Transformational leadership in nursing: a concept analysis. Journal of advanced nursing, 72(11), 2644-2653. Kelly, T. (2005). The ten faces of innovation. New York: Currency Doubleday. Maxwell, J (1999).… Continue Reading...

The Yemen Conflict Between Saudi and the Houthis

what the objective is for a particular issue (ends), how that objective will be achieved (ways) and what resources will be required to make this happen (means). This methodology is commonly applied in military or international relations, where the issues can be complex, as this method simplifies strategy by focusing on the desired ends (Eikmeier, 2007). Background on the Issue There are several issues in the Middle East worthy of attention, one of which is the ongoing conflict in Yemen. While Yemen has commonly been engaged in conflict, this issue has become more pressing in recent months. Houthi rebels… Continue Reading...

Conflict Management in the Workplace

Workplace Conflict Management The modern business environment comprises individuals from different nationalities, racial and ethnic backgrounds because of increased globalization and rapid technological advancements. As a result, human resource management practices in today’s business atmosphere have incorporated diversity as a crucial component towards promoting the wellbeing and success of the workforce. Diversity is seen as an important factor in enhancing the contributions of the workforce toward achievement of organizational goals and objectives. However, organizations are faced with the need to handle conflicts effectively because of the diverse nature of the workplace and workforce (Oni-Ojo, Iyiola & Osibanjo, 2014). Therefore, workplace… Continue Reading...

Role Of Interactive Social Media in Corporate Social Responsibility Communications

the point where the vast majority of companies are using these resources for marketing purposes (Bennett, 2014). In addition, another statement about the reality of the current business environment is the increased importance of CSR initiatives from the perspective of consumers who view these efforts as part of a company’s brand and a measure of their trustworthiness (Lee, Oh & Kim, 2013). A final general statement concerning the realities facing companies of all sizes and types today is an increasingly competitive and globalized marketplace that demands continuous innovation, the elimination of waste and a commitment to high quality customer… Continue Reading...

Tesla Mission Statement

from power plants that pollute the earth or that deplete earth’s natural resources. Tesla aims to achieve renewable energy—and that is why it is named after the famous inventor, Nikolai Tesla, the man who wanted to harness renewable energy by tapping into the earth’s potential. Tesla does not want to harm the earth but rather use its gifts to help people and protect the environment at one and the same time. To achieve this mission, Tesla also believes in storing energy and creating products that can store energy like the solar power wall, which harnesses energy provided by the… Continue Reading...

Anti Obesity Programs and Policies

(WAVES study). BMJ 360(2018): 360:k211 CDC (2018). Overweight and obesity policy resources. https://www.cdc.gov/nccdphp/dnpao/division-information/policy/obesity.htm Kornet-van der Aa, D.A., Altenburg, T.M., van Randeraad-van der zee, C.H., et al (2017). The effectiveness and promising strategies of obesity prevention and treatment programmes among adolescents from disadvantaged backgrounds: a systematic review. Obesity Reviews 18(5): 581-593. Levi, J., Vinter, S., Richardson, L., et al. (2009). F as in fat. http://healthyamericans.org/reports/obesity2009/Obesity2009Report.pdf The State of Obesity (2018). State policies to prevent obesity. https://stateofobesity.org/state-policy/ Wang, Y., Cai, L., Wu, Y., et al. (2015). What childhood obesity prevention programmes work? A systematic review and meta-analysis. Obesity Review 16(7): 547-565. Continue Reading...

Black Lives Matter Essay

how to recognize where to draw the line on timeliness and relevancy of their resources, and use the best of what is available to support their thesis. Writing a Black Lives matter essay can also be challenging because of the sensitive nature of the issues that are involved, and it can be difficult to avoid being forthright without being offensive. Nevertheless, the straightforward steps presented here can help guide the process and provide a useful framework in which to write about virtually any topic. Introduction The Black Lives Matter movement is a nationwide chapter-based organization that is committed to… Continue Reading...

Immigration Essay

took jobs from them, were engaging in criminal activity, and took valuable government resources. So, the stage was set in 2016 for another anti-immigration movement to take shape. This time it would come as part of a presidential platform. This presidential platform set the stage not only for the 2016 Presidential election, but for many of the actions that took place in 2017 in the White House. During the Presidential election of 2016, Donald Trump used illegal immigration as a platform from which to build his campaign. His famous ‘build a wall’ promise matched the negative sentiments felt by… Continue Reading...

Zika Virus Essay

developing countries and territories that have experienced vector-borne Zika infectious outbreaks, however, are constrained due to a lack of resources and coordination with neighboring countries as well as the sheer enormity of the insect populations, especially along the Amazon basin. Although other human infections have been reported around the world, the infected mothers in these cases shared a history of travel to and from countries such as Brazil where the virus is endemic during their pregnancies (Costello & Dau, 2016). Moreover, besides existing mosquito-borne vectors, infection rates from the Zika virus are also expected to continue to rise due… Continue Reading...

Criminal Justice System Essay

go right back to prison at a later time due to lack of employment options and resources. One of the biggest changes the American criminal justice system needs is to focus on rehabilitative measures more than punitive measures. Conclusion The American criminal justice system is one that has existed for centuries. Although its current manifestation is just decades old, it brings with it roots from England and France, with its own unique interpretation of law enforcement brought in through the creation of prisons. While the history of American law enforcement is rich with changes and reforms, it is also… Continue Reading...

Global Warming Essay

cause of global warming The straightforward definition of global warming provided by the National resources Defense Council (NRDC) states that, “Over the past 50 years, the average global temperature has increased at the fastest rate in recorded history [and] the trend is accelerating: All but one of the 16 hottest years in NASA’s 134-year record have occurred since 2000” (MacMillan, 2017, para. 2). Data collected by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) confirms that the overall global annual temperature has increased at an average rate of 0.13°F per decade since 1880 and at an average rate of 0.31°F… Continue Reading...

Social Media Essay

users each month (https://www.statista.com/statistics/253577/number-of-monthly-active-instagram-users/) 2. Interfaces well with other social media like Twitter c.  LinkedIn 1. Designed specifically for career development, human resources. 2. Different from the other social media. Active monthly users is 500 million (http://fortune.com/2017/04/24/linkedin-users/) d.  Twitter 1. 328 Million active monthly users (https://techcrunch.com/2017/06/27/facebook-2-billion-users/) 2. Less personal than Facebook, better for media and marketing e.  Snapchat 1. 255 million monthly users (https://techcrunch.com/2017/06/27/facebook-2-billion-users/) 2. Opportunities for branding (http://www.newsweek.com/5-reasons-use-snapchat-besides-reason-337485) III. Differences Between Social Media Platforms a.  As Marketing Tools 1. No one social media is “better” than the others; they are different, and users interact differently. 2. Therefore, companies and government agencies… Continue Reading...

Internet Terms Essay

initially called as the ARPANet. The internet physically uses a part of the total resources from the presently prevailing telecommunication systems. In fact, what makes a technical level of distinction of the internet is about using the various sets of conventions known as Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol or TCP/IP. The most broadly used segments of the internet are the ‘WWW’--World Wide Web which is also known as the ‘Web.’ The remarkable aspect of the internet is the hypertext, which is a method of immediate cross-referencing (Search Win Development, 2014). Web Browser One of the largest software being made is… Continue Reading...

Global Ecological Civilization Essay

global ecological crisis is the largest challenge which humanity has ever had to face (Gare, 2017). Besides, abusing the natural resources, our present method of consumption and production of goods, all modeled on economic production and not based on bio-capability, is jeopardizing the living conditions of humans, yet simultaneously changing the social foundations of human beings. International threats and dangers evolved when the social fabric of the ecological and social system exceeds and supersedes its environmental counterpart. Global environmental or ecological threats and dangers are not just social-psycho constructs created for promoting a new method of social regulation on the people. They… Continue Reading...

Should College Athletes Be Paid Essay

Retrieved from https://slate.com/culture/2018/02/college-basketball-exposes-undermine-coaches-claims-about-paying-players.html Moroses, R.  (2017).  Understanding the trust fund proposal.  Retrieved from http://collegead.com/understanding-the-trust-fund-proposal-for-compensating-student-athletes/ NCAA.  (2018).  What is the NCAA?   Retrieved from http://www.ncaa.org/about/ resources/media-center/ncaa-101/what-ncaa Swanson, R.  (2017).  Want to clean up college athletics?  Pay the players.  Retrieved from  https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/made-by-history/wp/2017/10/02/want-to-clean-up-college-athletics-pay-the-players/?utm_term=.4c2dd10e20f6 Wilson, B.  (2016).  5 reasons college athletes should not be paid.  Retrieved from https://medium.com/@brandonlwilson/5-reasons-college-athletes-should-not-be-paid-46c6d1399892   Continue Reading...

Juvenile Delinquency Essay

from http://shodhganga.inflibnet.ac.in/bitstream/10603/145628/6/06_chapter2.pdf Crimesolutions.gov. (n.d.). CrimeSolutions.gov. Retrieved from https://www.crimesolutions.gov/TopicDetails.aspx?ID=62 Globalyouthjustice.org. (n.d.). Top 25 Crimes, Offenses and Violations. Retrieved from https://www.globalyouthjustice.org/ resources/top-25-crimes/ Juvjustice.org. (n.d.). Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Act | CJJ. Retrieved from http://www.juvjustice.org/federal-policy/juvenile-justice-and-delinquency-prevention-act OJJDP Statistical Briefing Book. Online. Available: http://www.ojjdp.gov/ojstatbb/crime/qa05101.asp?qaDate=2016. Released on December 06, 2017. Nap.edu. (n.d.). Patterns and Trends in Juvenile Crime and Juvenile Justice | Juvenile Crime, Juvenile Justice | The National Academies Press. Retrieved from https://www.nap.edu/read/9747/chapter/4#26 National Research Council. (2001). Juvenile crime, juvenile justice. National Academies Press. Nobullying.com. (2015, December 22). The Why and How of Juvenile Delinquency - NoBullying - Bullying & CyberBullying resources. Retrieved from https://nobullying.com/juvenile-delinquency/ Umer, G. (2013,… Continue Reading...

Globalization Essay

UN Development Program reports that the richest 20 percent of the world's population consume 86 percent of the world's resources while the poorest 80 percent consume just 14 percent” (Collins, 2015). Anyone can see that this is just another manifestation of injustice and unless big changes are made, such economic inequality is just going to continue to flourish.  And finally, some social scientists believe that globalization is the force behind the rapid expansion and spread of certain fatal diseases, such as HIV/AIDS (Collins, 2015). There have been cases of such deadly diseases in areas of the globe that are… Continue Reading...

Robert Mueller Investigation Essay

about his investigation…He is empowered to press criminal charges, and he can request additional resources subject to the review of an assistant attorney general” (Ruiz and Landler, 2017).  Therefore, the investigation is both independent of other law enforcement agencies, but also subject to oversight by the Attorney General’s office, which is, in turn, part of the executive branch.  This makes the investigation difficult, as the Trump Administration, which is the subject of the investigation, also retains the power to fire Mueller, and even to order that the Attorney General end the investigation and not name another special prosecutor if… Continue Reading...

Net Neutrality Essay

that transmit more data and use more bandwidth, they would have the resources to build the types of advanced fiber networks that would increase internet access for consumers as a whole (Pogue, 2014).  In addition, there is the fact that questionable content, whether it is access to illegal P2P websites or even to dark web sites, is much more difficult to regulate under net neutrality rules.  If providers were allowed to block content from these sites, then they could be regulated more easily.  Finally, one of the biggest cons of net neutrality focuses on profitability.  Currently, ISPs provide free… Continue Reading...

Abortion Pros and Cons Essay

that women get abortions is because they don’t have the time, money or resources to support a child. As Sandra Day O’Connor pointed out notably in the case Planned Parenthood v. Casey, “The ability of women to participate equally in the economic and social life of the Nation has been facilitated by their ability to control their reproductive lives” (Cornell.edu). For a woman her professional and personal live is inextricably connected to her reproductive life. For the state to attempt to control the reproductive lives of women means that it is essentially attempting to put a stamp on their… Continue Reading...

Letter from a Birmingham Jail Analysis Essay

operates throughout the south. The organization shares team members and resources with all affiliating chapters. King explained that they were there because they received an invitation from a colleague part of the Birmingham chapter of SCLC as a result of their organizational connections. This practical explanation is important because it shatters the illusion that King and his protestors are just people creating drama in a city they don’t even live in. However, more memorably King explains that he is in Birmingham “because injustice is here.” King compares the work that he is doing to that of eighth-century prophets carrying… Continue Reading...

To Kill a Mockingbird Essay

to be conscious of the impact of their own actions upon the rest of society. resources Lee, Harper. "To Kill a Mockingbird." Clever Academy® - Tr??ng Anh Ng? Qu?c T? Kaplan, McIntosh and Otis and Co, 1980, cleveracademy.vn/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/To-Kill-a-Mockingbird.pdf. Accessed 6 Aug. 2018. Closing Writing a To Kill A Mockingbird essay presents the reader with a rich, though challenging experience. The novel is a classic in American literature for a host of reasons, many of which revolve around the fact that it does not shy away from holding up a mirror to the ugliness of society and of our shared history. The novel has an… Continue Reading...

Obesity and Nursing Rates Of Care Community

a complex and multifactorial disease. Four factors that contribute to the patient’s ability to manage obesity include financial resources including insurance coverage, access to care, genetics, and culture. Financial Factors Obesity is a disease that cuts across multiple socioeconomic demographic groups. Financial incentives for eating healthier food or reducing intake of unhealthy food have been found to be ineffective (Sturm & An, 2014). However, financial resources do factor into obesity management and health behaviors. Children in low-income households are at a far greater risk than their more privileged counterparts for becoming obese (Bomberg, Birch, Endenburg, et al., 2017). Financial… Continue Reading...

The Gift Of the Nile River

Like the Tigris and Euphrates Rivers are frequently described as the “cradle of civilization,” references to the “gift of the Nile River” in Egypt are likewise commonplace. To determine the reasons why, this paper provides a discussion concerning this statement in relation to the river system of agriculture, the people, riverine culture, worship and trade. Finally, a summary of the research and important findings concerning the Nile River are presented in the conclusion. Nile River and Agriculture At around 4,250 miles long, many people know that the Nile River is the longest river in the world, but far fewer fully… Continue Reading...

Papa John's International Operations

Papa John's is targeting, because they allow the company to earn more money from fewer fixed resources. Another way that technological change can help a company like Papa John's is that with the internet, more people are being exposed to different aspects of American culture. This was an ongoing trend before the Internet but has become even bigger since the Internet came into being. Today, someone in most countries can binge watch American TV just as if they are in the US, for example (Munzenreider, 2017). Why does this matter for Papa John's? Because pizza is a major part… Continue Reading...

Ethics Of Not Using Evidence Based Practice

evidence-based practice. Brown et al (2009) highlighted a number of these: resources available to nurses are insufficient, there aren\\\\\\'t enough learning opportunities, the culture doesn\\\\\\'t support it…there are many barriers that get in the way. Student 1: There may well be barriers. It\\\\\\'s worth knowing what those barriers are, but the existence of barriers to doing the right thing doesn\\\\\\'t mean it\\\\\\'s okay to do the wrong thing. If facts exist that tell someone the most effective means of treating a patient, it does not matter what the reason is for ignoring those facts; the only thing that matters… Continue Reading...

Reducing Operational Costs Of Burn Care Unit

implementation is meant to ensure that there is optimal utilization of one of the most important organizational resources, i.e. personnel. A system of this nature, it should be noted, is of great relevance as the unit seeks to ensure that service delivery is enhanced, nurses are satisfied and motivated, and operational costs are brought down. The two approaches suggested in this case are interlinked and, in essence, complement each other. Being one of the many units of the hospital, the Burn-Care Unit could be used as the test ground for the operational cost minimization strategies highlighted herein for later… Continue Reading...

American Exceptionalism Debate

the United States ranked the worst of eleven nations of similar resources and income levels, particularly on measures of “affordability, access, health outcomes, and equality” (Khazan). The gap between richer and poorer extremes in America has likewise been growing, both in terms of real income and also in terms of access to education, social mobility, and quality of life outcomes. The idea that someone can pull him or herself up by sheer force of will and hard work has perhaps been the dearest and most cherished of all American ideals yet the statistical facts suggest this is a lie.… Continue Reading...

Peacock in the Land Of Penguins

and penguins. From there it goes on to offer advice, ideas, examples and resources for both types of workers in an organization. This book helps workers identify whether they are a “peacock”—i.e., someone who relishes being different, creative and unique at work (where conformity is typically expected)—or a “penguin” (someone who does not mind at all fitting in with an organization and being like others). The book offers tips for peacocks, such as “be realistic about the world of work” (Hateley 116), which means know that there are going to be places where penguins are in the majority but… Continue Reading...

Effective Communication Letter Of Advice

conflict resolution may occasionally involve active engagement of social resources outside of your dyad. You may need to speak to a good friend, a family member, or a therapist, to gain insight and awareness or an objective point of view. Bevan & Sole (2014) show that social supports are integral to relationship maintenance (Chapter 8). Conflict resolution depends most of all on active listening and empathy skills. Active listening requires patience, the willingness to refrain from interrupting the other person, and the ability to withhold judgment until you have heard and understood the other person. Empathy is the emotional… Continue Reading...

Information Technology in Healthcare Administration

will arise from this redesign of care. The design of our physical facilities will be different. The resources that we need to thrive will be different. There will be impacts on our cash flow cycle, on payer behavior, on health outcomes, and on staffing needs. Roles that do not exist today will be critical tomorrow, and roles that are critical today could be marginalized tomorrow. Building labor flexibility today. Because we do not really know what form AI will take in health care – individual decisions about technology adoption are down the road – we can only go so… Continue Reading...

The Great Gatsby Essay

along with the flaws and strengths inherent within ourselves, we become more likely to have a brighter future. resources Fitzgerald, F. S. (1925). The Great Gatsby. Retrieved from https://www.planetebook.com/free-ebooks/the-great-gatsby.pdf Closing Crafting an essay on The Great Gatsby is a common assignment in both high school and college. It is also an engaging exercise. The novel is so vividly written that it’s like getting into a time machine and going back to the 1920s. Even so, it demonstrates how human nature hasn’t changed that much in the almost century since the book was written. If you find yourself working on such a writing… Continue Reading...

Healthcare Management for Eldercare Advocacy Organization

ensures smooth communication between caregivers, it also ensures that the care recipients receive the best care with the best resources available (National Research Council, 2011, p176). To achieve success, every team member must collaborate and be a part of implementing the shared objectives. Coordinated care entails coming up with a customized plan of care that will be executed. The importance of effective communication cannot be over emphasized. The team needs to focus on shared goals and objectives, have a good understanding of the resources at their disposal and work well to coordinate tasks and functions of each team member.… Continue Reading...

Guide to Writing in Third Person (2018 Edition)

these distinct viewpoints and enjoy crafting sentences that elicit the desired intention within the reader. resources Azquotes.com. (n.d.). Top 25 Third Person Quotes (of 74) | A-Z Quotes. Retrieved from https://www.azquotes.com/quotes/topics/third-person.html Carnegie, D. (2018). How to win friends & influence people. Crane, S. (2016). The Red Badge of Courage. New York, NY: Diversion Books. Fitzgerald, F. S. (1950). The Great Gatsby. Harmondsworth, NY: Penguin Books. Hemingway, E. (2009). Nick Adams Stories. New York, NY: Scribner. Lewinsky, M. (2014, October 20). The Price of Shame. Retrieved from https://www.forbes.com/sites/clareoconnor/2014/10/20/full-transcript-monica-lewinsky-speaks-out-on-ending-online-abuse/#5703e1692579 O'Nan, S. (2009). A prayer for the dying. Salinger, J. D. (2001). Catcher in the Rye. New York, NY: Little Brown. Salinger, J. D. (2018). Franny and Zooey. New York, NY:… Continue Reading...

Team Building Through Servant Leadership Philosophy Essay

to achieve the team goals. When interprofessional sharing of ideas and other resources is achieved, care delivery will be achieved holistically. Since members of the teams have different levels of expertise in offering care, when these skills are employed together, a client-centered care is achieved. Eventually, Neill, Hayward, and Peterson (2007) established that when professionals from multiple departments or disciplines integrate their knowledge through teamwork, the desired communal and societal needs are met. Song, C., Park, K., & Kang, S. (2015). “Servant Leadership and Team Performance: The Mediating Role of Knowledge-Sharing Climate.” Social Behavior and Personality: An International Journal,… Continue Reading...

What Problems Did the Acquisition Of Empire Generate for Rome?

would be no problems with Roman imperialism. Whether from natural or human resources, Rome stood to gain much and lose little from its exploits. A false sense of invincibility might have been the first real problem for Rome, which had a sense of political arrogance that rivaled that of Alexander. The early years of the Roman Empire were golden years in terms of access to unique and diverse lands, their resources, and their trade routes. The primary problem that began to emerge in Roman territories was governance. With the inability to govern effectively, the central power in Rome lacked… Continue Reading...

Improving Outcomes for Elderly Essay

Essay Prompt Community resources for Older Individuals Volunteers and political officials in local communities often campaign to improve conditions and provide services to increase the well-being of individuals and families living in those communities. If you are the parent of young children, you might focus on improving the local school or creating safe places where children can play. If you are an individual in later adulthood or a caregiver for an individual in later adulthood, what community resources might be important to you? For this week's Assignment, you evaluate… Continue Reading...

Welfare System Essay

ACU’s ability to handle the future workload? Your REPORT should demonstrate an awareness of the objectives, resources, demands on, and environment of ACU, as well as an appreciation for program efficiency, effectiveness, and capacity. Above all, justify your conclusions with careful analysis wherever possible and be as specific as you can in explaining and motivating your recommendations. I include the following thoughts to help you to get a handle on the case. You should not answer the questions directly in the case, but your discussion, rationale, and recommendations should reflect your answer to these questions. · What are ACU’s major… Continue Reading...

Theory Vs. Practice in Small Business Setting Essay

and other challenges that all businesses have to deal with on some level such as human resources, tax compliance and so forth. Rather than having dedicated people such as an HR manager, there are instead people that wear a lot of “hats” within the firm. For example, a lot of the HR functions of the firm are done by the owner/manager and the supervisors (Brady & Lowell, 2014). The owner/manager notes that not dealing with HR is not an option and outsourcing to other people or firms just tends to complicate things even more (Brook & Milner, 2014). One… Continue Reading...

Tim's Coffee Shop Business Simulation

professional development. Providing fair and equitable compensation can serve as the backbone for an effective human resources policy that creates high levels of employee satisfaction and reduces employee turnover. Research has indicated that equity based compensation system, performance appraisal system, effective career planning system and a robust employee participation in the organizations’ decisions and actions are among the key strategic HR practices that influence organizational performance (Jimoh and Danlami 2011). Marketing Analysis Summary Tim’s Coffee Shoppe relies heavily on its location to generate a majority of its business. It has a larger competitor in the local area with several locations,… Continue Reading...

It's Learning Cloud Based Learning Management System Essay

examples from the case, demonstrate how 'IT's LEARNING' has used its resources and competences to scale up and develop competitive advantage in the foreign markets. Explain briefly how module theory can help you generate fresh options for the company's future resource development.( 1000 words) IT’s Learning Operations IT’s Learning is a leading provider of cloud-centered Learning Management System (LMS) across the globe. The company was founded in 1998 at Bergen University College in Norway by a group of students who sought to identify why digital tools were rarely used in their school. Since these students were computer engineers, they… Continue Reading...

Trade Union Act Of 2016 Essay

weakening the power of the unions, by reducing the amount of time and resources which may be undertaken to support their activities. This will impact on unions by increasing pressure on more limited resources, may force union officials to working unpaid capacity, and may also limit the way in which services can be provided to the members. The employers, there is the potential to reduce costs, as well as reduce the influence union have on the members due to their lower ability to operate. This measure is also notable, as while new regulations have not been introduced to restrict… Continue Reading...

Death Penalty Essay

need to abolish the death penalty. References (APA Format) Furman v. Georgia. (1972). Capital Punishment in Context. Retrieved from: http://www.capitalpunishmentincontext.org/ resources/casesummaries/furman Death penalty. (2017). LII. Retrieved from: https://www.law.cornell.edu/wex/death_penalty The death penalty and deterrence. (2012). Amnesty International. Retrieved from: http://www.amnestyusa.org/our-work/issues/death-penalty/us-death-penalty-facts/the-death-penalty-and-deterrence Death penalty statistics by country. (2011). The Guardian. Retrieved from: https://www.theguardian.com/news/datablog/2011/mar/29/death-penalty-countries-world Dieter, R. (19992). Millions misspent: What politicians don't say about the high costs of the death penalty. Death Penalty Information Center. Retrieved from: http://www.deathpenaltyinfo.org/millions-misspent Gregg v. Georgia. (1976). Bill of Rights Institute. Retrieved from:  https://www.billofrightsinstitute.org/educate/educator-resources/lessons-plans/landmark-supreme-court-cases-elessons/gregg-v-georgia-1962/ Levy, P. (2014). One in 25 sentenced to death in the US is innocent, study claims. Newsweek.… Continue Reading...

Abortion Essay

legalized abortion for population control purposes and numerous community-based resources exist to help them during and following their pregnancies. Besides the aggressive and sometimes-deceptive and/or mislead marketing practices that have been used by anti-abortion groups to “change the hearts and minds” of the American public concerning legal abortion, they have also succeeded in achieving other incremental changes that are intended to compel Americans to no longer regard abortion as a fundamental right but rather as an “unacceptable legal anomaly” (Borgmann, 2013, p. 246). These efforts have included seeking measures that also enhance the legal status of human embryos and… Continue Reading...

Quantitative and Qualitative Data Analysis Essay

and a list of references. Part A The report carries out the data analysis of employee data to answer some human resources related questions using the SPSS software. The screenshots of the entire data are presented in the Appendix 1 and Appendix 2. The report provides the findings for the HR (human resources) issues after carrying out the data analysis of employee’s data. The outcome of the analysis reveals that workers between 25 and 55 years of age form the largest percentage of employees in the organization where the mean age of all the entire workforce is 39.19 years. However, workers… Continue Reading...

Ambulatory Service Centers Essay

suit, reducing malpractice risk is more important than increasing patient turnover. Slide 3: Human resources Among the key findings of Stelfox et al (2005) is that a relatively small number of physicians are responsible for a disproportionate amount of malpractice suits and patient complaints. The first basic strategy is strictly on the patient satisfaction side, and that is to have procedures in place to ensure that high quality staff only are hired, and that any physician whose patient satisfaction scores are dipping will be subject to remedial training, and ultimately to dismissal. Physicians have to understand that patient satisfaction standards… Continue Reading...

Seaworld Blackfish Documentary Essay

properly cite the information in your paper and on your reference page. Works Cited / resources How much water does an Olympic-sized swimming pool hold? (2016). Patagonia Alliance. http://www.patagoniaalliance.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/08/How-much-water-does-an-Olympic-sized-swimming-pool-hold.pdf Palmer, M. J. (2015, Summer). SeaWorld's in deep water. Earth Island Journal, 30(2), 55. Shindler, M. (2014, August 18). Will SeaWorld's larger whale pools quell 'Blackfish' backlash?  The Christian Science Monitor, 3. The last generation of whales at SeaWorld. (2016). SeaWorld. Retrieved from  https://seaworld cares.com/. Continue Reading...

Olympic Games Essay

in developing countries that lack the infrastructure and financial resources required to contract massive sporting venues and support thousands of international athletes for just a 2-week period. In response, there have been increasing calls for the construction of permanent homes for the Summer and Winter Olympic Games. This essay reviews the relevant literature to provide a brief history of the Olympic Games and to analyze the arguments in support of establishing a permanent home for them, followed by a summary of the research and important findings about the Olympic Games in the conclusion. Permanent Home For The Olympic Games  … Continue Reading...

Cryptocurrency

Bitcoin) and the costs are actually very high (Bitcoin mining is computationally intensive, requiring substantial energy resources), but those costs are offloaded onto the environment, not the people performing the transaction. By offloading transaction costs and reducing the role of intermediaries, transactions through a blockchain are faster, cheaper and theoretically at least as safe if not safer than transactions conducted by conventional means. This is the aspect of Bitcoin that appeals the most to the business community. Cryptocurrency itself, because it has not intrinsic value, is likely to be quite volatile, and of limited appeal because of that, it… Continue Reading...

The Transition to Renewable Energy

electricity, though, also means that developing nations now have the opportunity to invest in renewable energy resources rather than conventional fossil fuel energy plants thereby facilitating the process. In reality, though, achieving 100% renewable in developing countries will require incremental changes that may require a century or more to fully realize for the reasons discussed below. 2. What are some of the challenges those providing clean energy in developing regions face? One of the most serious challenges involved in the provision of clean energy in developing regions of the world is a profound lack of infrastructure and electric grid… Continue Reading...

Patient Centered Care in Healthcare Nursing

domain is the information/education domain. The organization's web portal provides excellent resources for patients/family, but otherwise there is little provided. For example, there is no clinician email access, no interaction and resource rooms provided for patients/family, and no additional resources to facilitate information dissemination such as apps. So again, the active engagement piece is missing, even when there are signs of strong commitment to meeting the needs of patients/family. Diversity and disparities is one area where the hospital performs fairly well. It scores well on several dimensions within this domain – collection of race/ethnicity/language information, access to interpreters, and… Continue Reading...

The Importance Of Cultural Awareness

unnecessarily involved in the family’s life, a waste of resources and an infringement on the privacy rights of the family. Before taking children from their homes, the officers could have consulted with a Hmong community liaison, or with community leaders. Even educators at the child’s school have a responsibility to become more culturally aware. In the future, a translator might help to prevent the case being diverted through criminal justice and child protective services. If a translator is unavailable, the officer needs to consult with the medical practitioner prior to forcibly removing the child from the home and referring… Continue Reading...

Five Principles Of Management

Thus, managers started seeking novel means of managing corporate resources, and turned their focus to improving task-employee mix efficiency (Appendix A: The Evolution of Management Theory, n.d.). Frederick Taylor (1856–1915) is credited with outlining scientific management techniques and systematically studying individual-task associations to redesign work processes, with an aim to achieve increased efficiency. According to the theorist, the efficiency of the manufacturing process would increase if the efforts and time devoted by individual workers towards producing one output unit (i.e., one finished product or service) decreased. Further, he observed that increased labor division and specialization could also contribute to… Continue Reading...

Global Operations Management

Life Examples Clearly, technology can’t help but support the opportunity for using OUS resources to manage production. Tracking, live-streaming, video-chatting and a host of other technological tools are readily available to ensure that the foreign manufacturing process is smooth and that transparency prevails all around. Technology means that problems can both be anticipated more consistently and solved more readily. Two companies that utilized resources of manufacture overseas with success consistently have been the giants Apple and Nike. In fact, the rapport between Apple and Foxconn, the manufacturing firm, is exceedingly well known, and many experts credit the success of Apple… Continue Reading...

Globalization and International Business

such a corrupt and non-transparent market. Unit 7 Journal A greenfield venture is expensive, requiring considerable resources. The rewards are that the company earns all the profit, but the risks of higher, the costs are higher, and all told the company has a much higher odds of failure. Exporting is relatively cheap because there are no capital investments to be made, but the profits are limited to whatever profit can be gained selling your goods to the local vendor. Further, you lose some control over the brand and how it is positioned/perceived in that market. Franchising is a valid choice for… Continue Reading...

The Portrayal Of Asian American Women

a dispelling of them. "Television, the films, and all the media's resources have forced information into more and more standardized molds. So far as the Orient is concerned, standardization and cultural stereotyping have intensified the hold of the nineteenth-century academic" (Said, 2014, p. 26). If one looks at other shows like Ally McBeal or even new ones like Sherlock, Lucy Liu, who worked in these shows is portrayed as a 'demon woman' or dragon lady or a submissive (Shimizu, 2016). It is a rarity that Asian American women are not only front and center, but also not expected to… Continue Reading...

The Active Shooter Crisis in America

to maximize safety and reduce the chance of conflict escalation (4). It is also important to divert resources selectively to active shooter training. As Fox and Levin point out, preparation and training for responding to active shooters should not eclipse the resources needed for addressing more pervasive, immediate, and common problems in public schools (10). The Department of Homeland Security has offered all American public schools a campus safety training video that has been shown to improve overall self-efficacy in the face of a crisis, which can provide global crisis management and intervention skills (Ford and Frei 438). When training… Continue Reading...

Immigration in America

The costs of illegal immigration on United States taxpayers—2013 edition. Retrieved from https://fairus.org/issue/publications- resources/fiscal-burden-illegal-Immigration-2013 Gee, L., Gardner, M. & Wiehe, M. (2016). Undocumented immigrants’ state & local tax contributions. Retrieved from https://itep.org/wp-content/uploads/immigration2016.pdf Higgins, J. (2015). The Rise and Fall of the American ‘Melting Pot’. Wilson Quarterly, 5. Retrieved from https://wilsonquarterly.com/stories/the-rise-and-fall-of-the-american-melting-pot/ Lipman, F. (2006). The taxation of undocumented immigrants: Separate, unequal, and without representation. Scholarly Works. Paper 804. http://scholars.law.unlv.edu/facpub/804 Mmize, R. & Swords, A. (2011). Consuming Mexican Labor: From the Bracero Program to NAFTA. CA: University of Toronto Press. Suarez-Orozco, C., Rhodes, J., & Milburn, M. (2009). Unraveling the immigrant paradox: Academic… Continue Reading...

Development Of High Potential Employees

on developing and retaining high-potential employees. Surveys show that current human resources processes “suffer from subjectivity, bias and disagreements,” (Palshikar, Sahu & Srivastava, 2016, p. 208). On the other hand, research has been increasingly pointing to the need for transparent, formalized processes and procedures that identify high-potential employees and openly cultivate those employees via mentoring, special assignments, and other methods (Zhu & Manjarrez, 2017). It is important to know how high-potential employees respond to specific types of incentives, mentoring methods, and formal approaches to employee training and development. Organizations that apply evidence-based practices to developing and retaining high-potential employees… Continue Reading...

Interdisciplinary Health Services in Rural America

neighborhoods. Efficient local relationships create the place for properly-synchronized tactical preparation that both enhances resources and motivates innovative methods to consistent general public health issues. By combining knowledge, money, and employees time, partners located in rural towns can determine common interests, rise above common problems, and build extensive approaches for achievement. (NACCHO, 2013). Identify three societal concerns or health disparities not traditionally within the scope of health care but influence health outcomes. Numerous rural neighborhoods deal with diminishing economic systems, populace decrease, a maturing populace, and fairly higher levels of joblessness and impoverishment. Other interpersonal and financial difficulties consist… Continue Reading...

Imperialism and the Industrial Revolution

areas away from the countryside. Wars broke out as nations fought over natural resources like oil fields, minerals, and sea lanes to support the new industries. The nations of the world were able to engage in Industrialization because of another rise—the rise of finance. Banks began to exert more and more influence over the activities of nations. They financed big productions and helped businessmen develop companies that would go on to dominate industries. Banks started working with governments too and together they started redrawing international territories, with wars financed by banks that led to the transfer of power from… Continue Reading...

Health Public Policy Analysis

and also, improving health outcomes. Improving health outcomes in targeted communities reduces unnecessary healthcare expenditures, liberating healthcare resources for making improvements to critical care. Values and Ethical Principles Ethical principles guide the nursing profession. When nurses actively participate in policy development related to the creation of Healthy Cities/Healthy Communities, they fulfill most of the core ethical objectives of the profession including patient autonomy, beneficence, equity, and social justice. Nurses are committed to care at every level of delivery: the individual, family, and community (Pope, Hough & Chase, 2016). The principle of beneficence means that nurses act in ways that… Continue Reading...

Eileen Fisher

points out, “The global textile industry relies on 98 million tons of non-renewable resources each year and 87 percent of total fiber input used for clothing is incinerated or sent to landfills, representing a loss of more than $100 billion annually.” The fashion industry is, in other words, a tremendous drain on the world’s resources and contributes to a substantial loss of economic power for the global economy. With the industry’s focus on linear production, which contributes to the greenhouse gases that harm the atmosphere, a change is needed. Eileen Fisher was established to solve this problem and uses its Tiny… Continue Reading...

Jewish Ethics

out that God Himself authorizes us to heal” (Dorff & Mackler, 321). The authors then cite a wealth of resources within the Bible that explicitly state the individual’s duty to heal others, such as Leviathan 19:16 asserting that “one shall not stand idly by the blood your fellow” (321). Ultimately Dorff and Mackler are able to concisely assert the parameters of Jewish ethics when it comes to health and wellness: people have to receive health care within a decent minimum that enables them to go on living, and meet other essential needs including a particular level of preventative care… Continue Reading...

Court System

How does a court system cope with a “changing of the guard” when a new administration is elected and key executives and managers are replaced, and/or when policy changes direction as a new political party assumes power? The best coping technique is instituting a system characterized by power separation. Accountability may be attained within the domain of administrative rulemaking by means of various institutional plans and practices. One may perceive bureaucratic accountability to be a classic agent-principal issue. Governmental cabinets, rather than parliaments, form the main bureaucratic controllers, being ideally positioned, owing to their central location in administration as well… Continue Reading...

Tools for Crime Analysis

trends or patterns. Identifying trends and patterns helps law enforcement administrators and public officials to direct resources appropriately in order to prevent and respond to crime. There are three types of crime analysis: tactical, strategic, and administrative. Each of these types of crime analysis involves gathering, collecting, and analyzing aggregate crime data. Administrative crime analysis helps municipalities plan their resources, and is especially important for making financial and human resources decisions, as well as evidence-based changes to public policy. Strategic crime analysis helps police departments make their own administrative decisions with the resources they have available, using crime data… Continue Reading...

Niger Sudan and the Issue Of Slavery

dose of humility and love, and that is highly unlikely to occur as Africa’s resources become the focus of competing powers looking to exploit the earth and the people inhabiting the land to enrich themselves. Pathos From the standpoint of pathos, it can be said that everyone who has experienced slavery knows what it means to be held captive against your will, forced to work against your will, and made to serve someone other than yourself against your will. Slavery has a psychological and sociological ramification: it oppresses the minds of both the enslaved and those in society who… Continue Reading...

Introduction to Sociology: the Lorax

control so long as they themselves are not harmed. Since the planet is big and wide and resources are abundant (and the ruling class is small in comparison), the members of the power structure assume that they may spread out as they like and continue to operate like the Once-ler without fear of meeting the same fate. They may escape the effects of such a fate as they will be sure not to harm the area in which they live or seek to retire—but others around the world will surely suffer from their exploitative and destructive pursuits of profits… Continue Reading...

Levi Company

products by approximately 96%. This is geared towards promoting effective use of natural resources for better environmental protection. Segran (2017) contends that Levi is redefining sustainability through shaping how people think about clothes. In this case, the company promotes ethical engagement with the planet and advocating for new standards of sustainability in the fashion industry. These initiatives are combined with measures to offset carbon dioxide in the firm’s operations. SWOT Analysis Levi Company G-Star Strengths · Brand reputation and management. · Production of high-quality clothing products. · Strong brand portfolio. · Strong global presence. · Connection with youth. ·… Continue Reading...

Nursing Theory

Systems Theory. The latter’s fundamental constituents comprised of goal, structure, resources, functions, in addition to decision making. This theory delineated that a system is an intricate of interrelating components and that they are exposed to and intermingle with their environments (Fawcett, 2001). Schematic Model A schematic model gives a depiction of the nursing concepts and delineates the manner in which the concepts are in association with the utilization of images. The following is a schematic model that provides an illustration of the nursing theory of goal attainment: Perception Transaction Perception Nurse Agree in means Action Nurse Reaction Explore means… Continue Reading...

Variables Crime and Violence

terms, poverty could be defined as the lack of financial resources to meet basic and other needs. It could be measured in a variety of ways. One of the most prominent ways of measuring poverty levels is income, i.e. the pre-tax income a household or individual has access to against a specific standard. It would be interesting to find out what impact poverty levels have on crime rates. LEVELS OF MEASUREMENT Poverty: interval level of measurement. In this case, there is equal distance between two intervals. We could, for instance, have $1 - $500; $501- $1000; $1001 – $1500… Continue Reading...

The Relationship Between Parental Involvement and Student Success

conditions, creating the correct stage may be more challenging because of a lack of time, physical stressors, and fewer resources. But it is still possible to create conditions to enable children to complete homework and seek out assistance with more challenging assignments according to the framework. A lack of stage setting also explains why some students, even if they may have involved parents, may not fully benefit from the involvement if parents do not make academics an important part of the child’s home routine. On the other hand, stage setting theory also allows the limits of parents to fully… Continue Reading...

The Interaction Of Capitalism and Industrialization America and China a Comparison

Norton, 2008) 668.] [3: “Child Labour in the Canning Industry” Accessed April 20, 2018 http://www.loc.gov/pictures/static/data/nclc/ resources/images/canneries3.pdf] With any new mode of life come anxieties, but also fresh perspectives on society and the human condition. In America, this gave birth to the modernist movement in art, with writers, fine artists and architects finding new modes of expression, based on the benefits of this new age, and the inherent drawbacks present within the era. In America, these two forces interacted the way they did bringing growth and uncertainty, development and crowding, optimism and anxiety because nearly every new force or movement historically… Continue Reading...

Neocolonialism Trade and Cocoa

poorer nations remain poor through the limited export of raw resources that maintain dependence and diminish innovation. Background Neocolonialism is “a situation of infringed national sovereignty and intrusive influence by external elements” (Langan, 2018, p. 1). While countless scholars may feel ‘squeamish’ if someone invokes the term, it rings true for the various situations African countries face that were former colonies. These individual African states have endured colonization and economic destabilization all while attempting to circumvent past certain obstacles. It is important that scholars not ignore the very real actions by developed nations to maintain African dependence on foreign… Continue Reading...

Mathematics Whole Number Computation

Whole-Number Computation Equal-groups math problems can be delineated as word problems where an individual is given a number of equal groups, and then the task is to find the missing number within the problem. In other words, equal-groups are groups that comprise of the similar number of equivalent items. To simplify the understanding of these questions, a full equal-groups math problem comprises of three different parts including the number of groups, the number of items contained in every group, and the total number in all of the groups. The following formula makes it possible to comprehend how to comprehend these… Continue Reading...

Population Of the United Kingdom

Being part of a large, aging population, for example, can have an impact upon societal resources available to care for older citizens. Birth patterns can also reveal important trends in the likelihood of continuing on to higher education, as areas on the map of the United Kingdom which have high rates of teenage births have lower rates of individuals who go on to university (Dorling, 2012, p. 30). Once again, this highlights how geography is not a neutral factor in its impact on people’s lives; living in areas of the country which exhibit clusters of particular social tendencies can… Continue Reading...

What Happened to the Lost Colony Of Roanoke

was founded in 1587 by John White.[footnoteRef:1] White left the colony to obtain more resources and colonists from England and was delayed for three years due to Britain’s war with Spain. When he arrived back on Virginian soil, the entire colony of more than a hundred inhabitants was entirely vacated. The name of a native tribe, “Croatoan” was carved on a post.”[footnoteRef:2] The colony had been plagued by hunger and poor relations with the native population and had apparently fallen victim to some natural or manmade disaster—but what? [1: Andrew Lawler, “The Mystery of Roanoke Endures Yet Another Cruel… Continue Reading...

Argument in Favor Of the Life in Prison over Execution

drug policies and undoing the mass incarceration policy, the government would liberate resources that would be better spent on housing only the most heinous and psychopathic of criminals. The death penalty and state-sanctioned executions have no place in a modern, civilized society dedicated to principles of justice and fairness. Continue Reading...

Rounding by Nurses in the Progressive Care Unit

may impact the study’s external validity, but it is a useful approach to obtaining participants for a study when resources are limited (Etikan, Musa & Alkassim, 2016). Practice Setting The practice setting is the PCU, wherein a problem of a lack of patient inclusion has been identified in the HCAHPS as an issue that the PCU care providers need to address. Interviews will be conducted with patients upon discharge during the week in which the two methods of rounding are conducted. There has been little research conducted in this practice setting with regard to the PICOT question, so this… Continue Reading...

How to Prevent Yourself from Plagiarizing

how the study has external validity and stressing this point throughout the study. resources Hays, T., & Minichiello, V. (2005). The meaning of music in the lives of older people: A qualitative study. Psychology of Music, 33(4), 437-451. Walden. (2018). Academic integrity: Plagiarism. Retrieved from https://academicguides.waldenu.edu/studentaffairs/academicintegrity/plagiarism Continue Reading...

Security at Bay Street Shopping Mall

security survey of the mall, ascertain the key security concerns facing this particular facility and also its resources and plans for its capability to withstand any emergency that takes place. Security Concerns with Bay Street Shopping Mall Subsequent to conducting a survey of the mall, there are a number of key security concerns identified with respect to this facility. From the perspective of physical security, there are security concerns regarding the physical structure of the mall. Specifically, the buildings within the vicinity have susceptibilities, for instance the service areas, the outer limits of the mall, the pavements together with… Continue Reading...

Green Plants and Employee Outcomes

interior office spaces, which may generate extra financial burdens to an organization or company. Articulation of the Problem, People and resources It Affects As shown in the background information, live plants and window views of green spaces have been found to have significant impacts on perceptions of employees regarding job satisfaction. Existing literature has demonstrated that incorporating green design in the workplace is vital towards enhancing employee job satisfaction and outcomes. However, there are concerns regarding the costs and complexities involved in incorporating green design in the workplace. For employees, green design would help improve their overall job satisfaction and… Continue Reading...

Workplace Issues Mediation and Negotiation

some divisions within Nike, women weren’t represented at all, and when they made complaints to areas like human resources, there were no changes implemented (Creswell, et al., 2018). The female members of staff at Nike engaged in an organized revolt via anonymous survey, inquiring whether each had ever been victimized by sexual harassment or gender discrimination. The results of this anonymous survey ended up creating an overall coup within the executive ranks of earth’s biggest sportswear and apparel firm. In the first week of March 2018, the packet of anonymous surveys ended up on the desk of Mark Parker,… Continue Reading...

Social Network Map

support in their practice (Tracy & Whittaker, 1990). In essence, analysis of social support resources is necessary in identifying routine practices and assessment that are clinically beneficial. Consequently, several social network mapping techniques have been developed to help an individual assess his/her social and environmental resources (Tracy & Abell, 1994). Social network maps gather information regarding an individual’s social network in terms of size and composition, relationships, and frequency of contacts with others. This paper provides my social network map in relation to my clinical practice. It is divided into three major segments i.e. field work, map creation, and… Continue Reading...

Women Empowerment in Iran

realizing the democratic space for women in particular. The Iran women have used the available pressure groups and resources to fight for political space in a regime where men are seen to be the default owners of the seats in parliament. There is need for more to be done for the full liberation of women and generations to come. References Alikarami L., (2016). Women and Iranian economy – Where is the place of women in Iran’s economy? Retrieved May 11, 2018 from http://www.ihrr.org/ihrr_article/economy-en_women-and-iranian-economy-where-is-the-place-of-women-in-irans-economy/ Rahbari L., (2016). Women in Higher Education and Academia in Iran. Retrieved May 11, 2018 from… Continue Reading...

The Current State Of Education in the United States Essay

marketplace.  PRIMARY MISSION OF THE NATION’S PUBLIC HIGH SCHOOLS Given the enormous amounts of taxpayer resources that are used for the nation’s public high schools, it is important to evaluate their effectiveness in terms of achieving their primary mission (Cornman, Zhou and Howell 2017). In the past, this mission has focused on promoting education in the so-called “three Rs,” but innovations in technology and ubiquitous computing have made many of the former curricular offerings obsolete or irrelevant today. Indeed, an entirely new skill set is needed to compete in the 21st century marketplace, but some of the fundamental elements of public… Continue Reading...

Will Congress End the War on Terror

Committee on Homeland Security. (2004). War on terror timeline. Retrieved from http://www.iwar.org.uk/homesec/ resources/war-on-terror/timeline.pdf Sputnik. (2018). Hezbollah deputy chief vows to defend Lebanon from Israel. Retrieved from https://sputniknews.com/middleeast/201802221061902869-defend-lebanon-hezbollah-deputy-chief/ Williams, M. (2018). Is Iran really the world’s leading state sponsor of terrorism? Retrieved from https://www.channel4.com/news/factcheck/is-iran-really-the-worlds-leading-state-sponsor-of-terror Continue Reading...

Workplace Psychological Testing and Measurement

high-quality employees in the long run or encourage innovative thinking and wastes organizational resources with micromanagement. References Hersey-Blanchard leadership theory. (2018). Leadership Central. Retrieved from: http://www.leadership-central.com/situational-leadership-theory.html#axzz5FsZEByUr Theory X and Theory Y. (2018). Mind Tools. Retrieved from: https://www.mindtools.com/pages/article/newLDR_74.htm Reflect on three of the articles you have chosen for the literature review assignment. How will these articles help you proceed from here? According to Bacharach (1989), not all organizational theories are created alike. Most managers would agree but given the proliferation of available theories, the question arises as to how to make intelligent and discerning choices between all of them. Bacharach… Continue Reading...

Africa from Colonialism to Neocolonialism

weaker and less developed countries so as to exploit both their human and natural resources. Also, colonial powers deemed their colonies as viable markets for their products. The cultural and social aspects of the subjugated countries were affected and adapted in significant ways, with the said countries being forced to embrace the cultural, religious, as well as social ideals of the colonial countries. Most of the dominated countries got their independence back by way of concessions, compromise, or force – giving way to the post-colonial era. During the postcolonial era, former colonies attempted to claim their autonomy back, with… Continue Reading...

Conflict Within Unionizing Sga Industries

Case Study: SGA Industries 1. The impetus for the Amalgamated Clothing and textiles Workers union (ACTWU) to organize an effort to create worker protection at SGA industries was provoked via a variety of reasons. SGA industries had always been a workplace where they invested a lot of money to protect and elevate workers. SGA made a concerted organizational and financial effort to ensure that their employees and their families had a very high quality of life. However, with foreign competition becoming so aggravated in the mid-1980s, the entire hosiery industry was under siege, and the company didn’t have the luxury… Continue Reading...

What Is the Relationship Between Control and Planning

there is a good reason for such a failure. In some instances, if there has been a critical misalignment between resources and goals, effective planning will require a reconfiguration of the planning or the execution functions of the organization. Regardless, without control, planning is all for naught. On the other hand, having controls in place without a clear sense of planning is not effective, either. A good example of this can be seen in one of my former places of employment, where there were strict controls in regards to employees coming in on time, meeting specific productivity goals, and not… Continue Reading...

Why My Vote Matters Essay

their constituents and, thus, a higher probability of sanction. Representatives respond to these signals by deploying resources in ways that provide better intelligence of district needs and preferences. As a consequence, higher citizen participation is rewarded with enhanced policy responsiveness” (Martin & Claibourn, 2013).  [ text from this essay is missing, view full version to see entire paper. ] Another reason that voting is so crucial is because there are still close races for elected officials, where literally every vote is critical and counted numerous times. In 2015, Mississippi stunned the world when the election for state representative had… Continue Reading...

Hospital Organizational Change Nurse Consultation

alongside but separate from the healthcare officers, such as the Human resources Officer, and the Corporate Directors of Public Safety and Public Relations. Comprising as it does six different hospitals and twelve specialty care centers, as well as a system of clinics and pharmacies and several long-term treatment facilities within the parent structure, Jackson Health System offers a comprehensive range of medical products and services for a diverse metropolitan area. Jackson Health System offers specialized care that is unparalleled in the South Florida area, including trauma care, and also proudly proclaims itself to be the only hospital in the… Continue Reading...

The Contributions Approach Vs the Transformation Approach

emphasis on different things including social problems, focus on people of color, allocation of financial resources, and limiting definitions to characteristics of local schools. Nonetheless, this concept basically refers to educational strategies and approaches that are geared toward promoting equity and equality in the classroom regardless of the students’ ethnic and cultural backgrounds. The concept is an attempt to ensure the field of education reflects the racial, ethnic and cultural diversity of the American population including in the classroom. As the racial crisis in the United States emerged in the 1960s, the nation’s student population changed significantly and generated… Continue Reading...

Disparities and Diabetes Among Latinos

insurance accessible to people who are not covered (Cersosimo & Musi, 2011). Appropriate resources for literacy at a lower level are needed to facilitate culturally appropriate patient education. Some of the important aspects include how to include Latino delicacies and recipes in the healthcare plan, the purpose and gains of exercise and weight loss programs and a prompt card to assist patients to record test outcomes when they reach out to their healthcare service provider. It is also important to address the common fears and beliefs of the Hispanic population. Diabetic patients should also be educated to help them shift… Continue Reading...

The Role Media Plays in Relation to Gender Stereotypes

societal phenomenon views males and females asymmetrically and leads to an imbalance in the distribution of resources across the socio-economic spectrum. It is therefore clear that gender stereotyping leads to gender inequality (Giomi, Sansonetti & Tota, 2015). The media plays an important role in the identity formation among the youth. The youth are exposed to a wide range of social images that work as social symbols. According to Dennis McQuail (2010), the phenomenon is an influence that is negotiated. He further argues that the role of the media is more of a constructivist one. The media develops meaning and… Continue Reading...

How to Gather and Analyze Data

to governmental clients such as the DoD (defense department).The personnel specifically emanated from the company’s project managers, the human resources division and also individuals constituting a project team. The obtained responses were read and analyzed numerous times to ascertain themes. Subsequently, the themes were reported and discussed as follows. Employee Motivation One of the key objectives of the study was to determine the manner in which employee motivation impacts retention. The responses from the participants indicated that motivational factors, for example, employee salary, remumeration as well as fringe benefits were ranked as being the most significant to the labor… Continue Reading...

Apple

on established production and technical competence, applied then to existing customers and markets. Thusly, allowing an entrenchment of existing resources and skills. There is also revolutionary innovation. This sort of innovation renders and disrupts established production and technical competence obsolete, while also applied to existing customers and markets (Von Stamm, 2008). For example, the iPhone made regular phones obsolete. However, the new market became the existing one with the same customers. This according to Stamm is revolutionary innovation because now at the forefront of telephones is the smartphone. Define Commercialization Part of innovation is commercialization. Part of implementation is… Continue Reading...

The Effects Of Manifest Destiny

both raw materials and industrial manufacturing. New land meant renewed opportunities to reap the natural resources available from those territories, also enabling rapid population growth. Manifest Destiny also perpetuated the slave trade and the institution of slavery by opening up new territories that would be incorporated as slave states that could continue to produce goods without having to pay for labor: an issue that precipitated the Civil War (“Manifest Destiny,” n.d.). Other economic consequences of Manifest Destiny include the ability to capitalize on new transportation and communication technologies including the railroads, steamboats, and telegraph (Haynes, 2006). These technologies facilitated… Continue Reading...

Benchmarking for a National Hospital Assessment

work alongside but separate from the healthcare officers, such as the Human resources Officer, and the Corporate Directors of Public Safety and Public Relations. Comprising as it does three different hospitals and two specialty care centers, as well as a system of clinics and pharmacies within the parent structure, Baptist Health Care system offers a comprehensive range of medical products and services for a diverse metropolitan area. Baptist Health Care offers specialized care that is unparalleled in the northwest Florida area, including trauma care, and ECMO. Affiliations with a number of other health care institutions expands the role Baptist… Continue Reading...

Rebranding Diet Coke

spending and how we live. “But it’s not only millenials turning their backs on these brands. With the resources of social media, it’s easier to spread the message nationwide and globally if a product or business is unhealthy or otherwise outmoded” (Kane, 2015). This paper will examine the struggling consumer product that was previously an impenetrable titan, of Diet Coke. In the 1980s, 1990s and the early 2000s, Diet Coke seemed to be the platinum product. Models, actresses, celebrities, teenagers, moms of teenagers, teacher, CEOs, mechanics—all drank Diet Coke. It was viewed as the “safe treat” of beverages. It… Continue Reading...

Making Good Personal Finance Decisions

that they will be faced with very high debt and minimal resources to pay off their debts in the long term (p.1). Conclusion Making investment decisions can be extremely challenging. Emotional factors inevitably affect logical decisions. But this is not a bad thing to acknowledge, since few people make a decision about what career to pursue, what to drive, and where to live, based purely on practical concerns. Still, decisions should be made with open eyes about their likely consequences. Even if someone makes a financially risky decision like selecting an unprofitable major, they should attempt to temper that… Continue Reading...

Patient Analysis for a Nurse Practitioner

team members must reiterate the significance of patient and family education. Community resources Community resources include internet forums for discussion, where members can support and advise others. Further, weekly support groups aid patients during treatment and recovery. Referral Emergency marsupialization was advised in case of Ms. Richards, with her informed consent garnered. The following pre-surgical antibiotics were administered: ciprofloxacin (500 mg) administered twice a day, orally, for five days; metronidazole (400?mg) administered three times a day, orally, for a week; and doxycycline (100?mg) administered orally for a week (Lilungulu et. al, 2017). Follow-up In post-surgical care, the patient continued with… Continue Reading...

Harry Truman Atomic Bomb Decision Reflective

conventional bombing campaign, this is an exercise that could have taken a lot of time and resources. Further, the number of U.S. casualties could have been very high. As a matter of fact, Truman was advised that such a move would most likely “be opposed not only by the available organized military forces of the Empire, but also by a fanatically hostile population” (National Park Service, 2016). It should also be noted that given that Japan had so far refused to surrender despite there being clear signs of certain defeat in the long-term, there were no guarantees that ground… Continue Reading...

Use Of Technology in the Special Education Classroom

and lesson plans for diverse students. The platform provides instructional resources for teachers, categorized by standard, age, skill set, and a variety of other criteria” (p. 18). In addition, the Goalbook Toolkit features customizable individual education plans for special educational needs students including the use of Universal Design for Learning teaching strategies (see Figure 3 below) (Shack, 2014). Some of the more attractive features of the Goalbook Toolkit include its ease-of-use and intuitive interface that even novice students can readily navigate (Shack, 2014). The “wizard” that is used in this application also allows new users to browse the content… Continue Reading...

The Formation Of Virtual Teams

them in the pursuit of organizational objectives. Significance of the study This study outcomes are intended for the contemporary human resources management department that needs to fully understand emotional intelligence and how this can help them in managing their vast number of employees spread across a side geographical region. It is also a significant study for the marketing and sales teams that need to have their brands go across borders hence need to identify people of high EI to deal in their products and extend their online marketing efforts through such people. References Kyte K., (2018). Companies we've said goodbye to… Continue Reading...

The Cross Cultural Exchanges in Early Days

http://afe.easia.columbia.edu/ps/japan/tokugawa_edicts_foreigners.pdf Historical Association, (2018). Cortés Describes the Country. Retrieved June 17, 2018 from https://www.historians.org/teaching-and-learning/teaching- resources-for-historians/teaching-and-learning-in-the-digital-age/the-history-of-the-americas/the-conquest-of-mexico/letters-from-hernan-cortes/cortes-describes-the-country   Continue Reading...

Cultural Identity Essay

so that one might be more mindful of the elements that have wielded influence.   resources Dombeck, M. (n.d.). Cultural Identity - Psychological Self-Tools - Online Self-Help Book. Retrieved from https://www.centersite.net/poc/view_doc.php?type=doc&id=9700&cn=353 France24. (2016, November 23). Mexican women lay bare the country's violent macho culture. Retrieved from http://observers.france24.com/en/20161123-mexico-women-lay-bare-mexico-violent-macho-culture-misogyny Historyplex. (2018, March 19). The Doctrine of Cultural Identity Explained With Examples. Retrieved from https://historyplex.com/cultural-identity-explained-with-examples Littlejohn, S. W., & Foss, K. A. (2011). Encyclopedia of communication theory. Los Angeles, CA: Sage. Masters, K. (2016, August 25). Kim Masters: How I Came Up With CAA's 'Young Turks' Label. Retrieved from https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/kim-masters-how-i-came-922265 Orbe, M. P. (1998). Constructing co-cultural theory: An explication of culture, power, and… Continue Reading...

The Future Singaporean Sembcorp Company

in the region willing to back up the company with similar resources. The company is diversified not only between the nations into which it is expanding but also having a financial interest in several industries. It specializes in financing and acquiring as well as generating new power plants which is a source of diversification. Weaknesses Singapore is a nation of very limited natural resources. The government-owned company is highly dependent upon foreign expansion for its future. Significant capital is needed to build the power facilities which are the source of the company’s primary areas of growth. Opportunities The limited… Continue Reading...

Tax Law and Status for Nonprofits

can be spendthrift and sink into insolvency. Like all institutions, they must make do with scarce resources and budget them accordingly. In fact, given that nonprofits often are short of funds if donations and other sources of funds are scarce, budgeting may be even more essential. Nonprofits also employ workers who expect to be paid. Workers do not all work for charities out of the goodness of their hearts, and professional employees are almost always necessary for a nonprofit to be effective. Nonprofits are not necessarily barred from making a profit in the sense that they may run successful… Continue Reading...

How Environment Influences Business

and outsourcing its operations there in order to attain cost efficiencies in terms of resources and also cheaper labor. However, in recent years, this has come to be considerably more challenging owing to the fact that the wage rates in China have experienced a 64 percent increase in the past five years to $3.60 hourly wage rates. This increase in costs has resulted in a decline in the profits generated by the company. Nonetheless, not all economic factors negatively impact an organization. Another economic aspect that impacts Apple is the rate of taxation. All corporations are mandated to pay… Continue Reading...

The Counselor Client Relationship at Work

T. (1973). The upside down welfare state. Elwood Printing. 3 The influence of the local economy on the provision of resources to persons with disabilities is discernible in the extent to which local establishments make their facilities handicapped-friendly by providing access to and support for disabled persons. As the Governance and Social Development Resource Center (2012) points out, there are many “economic benefits of adopting a disability-inclusive approach” to business (p. 4). Businesses in the local economy can receive incentives, tax breaks and other subsidies by making their establishments more accommodating to disabled persons. Inclusivity has its perks in the modern development of cities and… Continue Reading...

Patient with Chest Pain

existing health conditions and needs (Liu, Shi, Willis, Wu, & Johnson, 2017). Community resources The community would greatly benefit from the creation of a larger number of interventional initiatives (at healthcare centers lacking cardiac surgery facility) meeting rigorous standards. Protocol development helps ensure timely, more frequent ACS-risk patient transfer to intervention centers for revascularization and coronary angiography (Wharton & McNamara, 2001). Referral Timely ACS diagnosis and referral to the appropriate health facility is extremely urgent and salient as swift treatment can save lives and improve patients’ quality of life and life expectancy (Gul, Nikus, Erdogan, & Ozdemir, 2016). Follow-up ACS… Continue Reading...

Costs and Delivery Healthcare System

components including physicians, medical facilities and the membership to health plans are counterpoised in terms of equating medical resources with the necessities of patients and purchasers (Coddington, Moore, and Fischer., 1994). One of the key concerns in the present delivery of healthcare is cost. Increasing costs of healthcare has been a major worry in the past number of years, making the United States to have one of the most expensive systems of healthcare. The main objective of this paper is to analyze the different costs linked to healthcare delivery system, and delineate the manner in which these costs impact… Continue Reading...

Emergency Response Crisis Management and Cert

mitigating risk and managing crises through effective mobilization of human, financial, and technological resources, coordination of different support agencies and allies, and the implementation of recovery and response missions. There is no one central crisis management protocol, for each organization or community will have its own specific risks and resources (“Crisis Management and Emergency Response Plans,” n.d.). The CERT team works within the parameters of its community contingencies. Emergency Management Emergency management refers to specific plans for responding to specific emergencies. While not all emergencies can be fully planned for, and unexpected situations will arise, CERT teams are trained… Continue Reading...

Emergency Management and National, State, County, and Local Responses

of the nation are more likely to be impacted by natural disasters such as hurricanes or tornadoes, and concentrating resources and planning with knowledge of the specific circumstances of such likely areas of impact are ideal. Even regarding human-generated disasters like terrorism requires advance planning to some degree, and areas of likely targets may be more apt to be urban or military in nature. The components of the National Response Framework include strategies for prevention, protection, mitigation, response, and recovery. This four phases of the disaster response framework reflects the philosophy that ideally preventing disasters, both natural and manmade,… Continue Reading...

Ecdocrine

affects 10% of elderly patients (El-Shafie, 2003). There is a need for door to door campaigns to create awareness. Community resources Internet forums for sharing and weekly group support help patients in the process towards healing. Referral The thyroid stimulating hormone formulations ordinarily cannot be used as therapeutic targets for the adequacy of the LT4 dose. The situation of treatment should be reevaluated based on the equilibria shifted as opposed to the pre-existing considerations of range (Wilder, Bravenboar, Herremans, Vanderbruggen, & Velkeniers, 2017). Follow-up In order to avoid the effects of hypothyroidism, the therapy and measurement in congenital hypothyroidism is… Continue Reading...

How Immigrants Deal with Discrimination

policies have resulted in a significantly large undocumented population mostly lacking access to the nation’s resources. According to extant literature on the subject, undocumented migrant status has a negative impact on mobility (Ortiz, and Edward 42). Discrimination Ángel's success in the US took him away from his native culture. The more he left behind the dishwasher’s world, the more lonely and depressed his life became (Marlan para 20). Immigrants worldwide already form a highly vulnerable population, irrespective of whether they are documented or not. Immigration patterns are mainly governed by economic, political and social factors in the native region… Continue Reading...

Healthcare Delivery System Model

in all countries with fair, effective and efficient distribution of resources. It is a fast growing service that demands attention from various quarters and domains. At the optimal level, the service program presents relief and hope to the individual, and the general population. The system offers a balanced quality care service through efficiency and fairness. HCDS varies across the world but its focus is constantly on enhancing healthcare access, quality of service and coverage. The success of the program is dependent on the availability of certain basic resources (Kumar & Bano, 2017, p. 1). HCDS is how the society… Continue Reading...

Clint Eastwood

audiences might not necessarily appreciate the way Eastwood manages his resources behind the camera. He is known for his efficiency, his frugality, and his discipline (Perno 1). Eastwood also owes much to Leone, both in terms of his acting and directing, which have been “indelibly marked by Leone’s films,” particularly in their “ritualized, stylized, and heavily gestured masculinity,” (Smith 8). Eastwood imbues each of his films with the paradoxes of gender performativity. His treatment of women on screen has been understandably criticized, with several of his movies including rape scenes and gratuitous assault (Kozak 1). Eastwood also directs a… Continue Reading...

Physical Education and the Zpd

obesity: a comprehensive review. Circulation, 133(2), pp.187-225. Pinantoan, A., 2013. Instructional scaffolding: A definitive guide. Accessed Aug 1, 2018 at: https://www.opencolleges.edu.au/informed/teacher- resources/scaffolding-in-education-a-definitive-guide/ Todd, A.S., Street, S.J., Ziviani, J., Byrne, N.M. and Hills, A.P., 2015. Overweight and obese adolescent girls: the importance of promoting sensible eating and activity behaviors from the start of the adolescent period. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 12(2), pp.2306-2329. Zeichner, K., Payne, K.A. and Brayko, K., 2015. Democratizing teacher education.  Journal of Teacher Education, 66(2), pp.122-135.   Continue Reading...

Systems Thinking in New Product Development

part of the new product development process. They argue that "the innovating firm needs resources to engage in consumer education, distribution, marketing communications, relationship mediation and credibility building." When innovating organizations are able to create these linkages with the end user, those linkages will better inform the new product development process. Furthermore, if the customer is engaged in the process to a greater degree, this can have the effect of a flourishing of innovation. The teams that interface with customers are often not involved much in the new product development process. As such, there is a wasted opportunity to… Continue Reading...

When Memory Speaks Autobiography by Jill Conway Essay

how to write a book review:  http://seneca.libguides.com/c.php?g=20655&p=120055 * See below for tips on writing film reviews:  https://www.dailywritingtips.com/7-tips-for-writing-a-film-review/ https://www.nyfa.edu/student- resources/9-tips-for-writing-a-film-review/ Further Reading: (write about any one of the readings belows)  Jill Conway: https://www.amazon.ca/When-Memory-Speaks-Exploring-Autobiography/dp/0679766456 Sonya Lea: https://www.amazon.com/Wondering-Who-You-Are-Memoir-ebook/dp/B00RKI3NAY Regina McBride: https://www.amazon.com/Ghost-Songs-Memoir-Regina-McBride/dp/1941040438 Lacy M. Johnson: https://www.amazon.ca/Other-Side-Lacy-M-Johnson/dp/1935639838 Herta Müller: https://www.amazon.com/Land-Green-Plums-Herta-Müller/dp/0312429940 A.J. Albany: http://www.jerryjazzmusician.com/2003/11/amy-albany-author-of-low-down-jazz-junk-and-other-fairy-tales-from-childhood/ Actual Essay: When Conway claims in the first sentence of When Memory Speaks that autobiography is “the most popular form of fiction for modern readers,” readers will immediately raise flags of protest (3). After all, autobiography can hardly be considered a form of fiction when it is defined as the truth-filled personal memoirs of those whose… Continue Reading...

Ethical Dimensions Of the Innovator Role

Ethics is a term that is commonly used to refer to appropriate rules of conduct or moral guidelines that govern people’s behaviors and actions. Additionally, ethics is a terms that refers to standards or norms for differentiating between right and wrong (Center for Innovation in Research and Teaching, n.d.). As a result, ethics has become an important component in research because researchers have a moral responsibility to safeguard their research participants when conducting a study. Experiment ethics has become a common feature in modern research practices because of the role and significance of the moral responsibility that researchers have as… Continue Reading...

Working Technology for Students

keep their families afloat and often do not have the resources to provide their children with computer or Internet access at home. Students look to schools and libraries to provide them with such access. That is why providing my school with three new iPads or Chromebooks could be so valuable, in giving students the ability to gain comfort with, experience, and experiment with technology they would not otherwise see. Affluent students often take such technology for granted. My students do not have that luxury. Currently, I am only provided with a single computer for twenty-three students. This was not… Continue Reading...

Professional Development Plan for Nursing

evidence-based practice and applying it in my own work. I have access to online libraries, databases and information technology resources that make it easy for me to conduct research to facilitate the accomplishment of my tasks, whether they are professional or academic. Professional Goals My professional goals through this program are to promote the dignity of individuals—especially elderly individuals, who may be suffering from feelings of isolation and loneliness, as often happens with this population (Cornwell & Waite, 2009; Landeiro, Barrows, Musson, Gray & Leal, 2017; Woo, 2017). My aim is to use the education I obtain through Walden… Continue Reading...

Haiti Health Marketing Plan

(Jean-Baptiste et al., 2006). Because Haiti is a country lacking in resources, it is therefore important to help those with these kinds of conditions get the high-quality of care they deserve. The process of image-changing through marketing healthcare planning is designed to take time, careful curriculum planning, and possibly even mission adjustments, but may be a potential part of the solution regarding helping Haitians acquire healthcare. There is a growing need to understand the complex problem of healthcare in Haiti. For example, some believe there are insufficient hospitals in Haiti, but a new study by the World Bank suggests the problem… Continue Reading...

Role and Importance Of Bilingual Interpreters

factors such as limited knowledge, cardiometabolic abnormalities, and lack of access to resources. The prevalence rates of diabetes among Hispanics are significantly higher in comparison to non-Hispanic populations. Diabetes disorders among this population are associated with other health conditions like end-stage renal disease (Office of Minority Health, 2016).  The management of diabetes and other health conditions affecting elderly Hispanics requires close collaboration between patients and their healthcare providers. Patients need to interact with their physicians on a one-on-one basis as part of effective patient-provider communication. Improved interactions help patients to articulate their health issues effectively while enabling physicians to… Continue Reading...

My Experience Of Traveling to China

it imposed, local governments would be able to control skyrocketing housing prices, allocate resources, redistribute income, and stabilize local governments’ fiscal revenue. Residents in Wuhan, Shanghai, and Beijing who have large number of properties and are currently getting maximum profits from those properties, are at the greatest risk of losing out financially and may, naturally, resist imposing property taxes the most. In case of mandated payment of yearly land rent as well as property tax, there is a need to prevent resistance through balancing the property tax burden and that of the novel yearly land rent so that property… Continue Reading...

Literary Analysis on Novel Invention Of Wings Sue Monk Kidd

respective worlds: two worlds that collide uneasily in the antebellum South. Each character must wield whatever resources she has at her disposal. Showing readers both Sarah’s and Hetty’s perspective, Kidd overcomes the tendency to appropriate African American experiences and also clearly differentiates between what Hetty endures versus Sarah. Both women recognize the potency of intersectional oppression, and both invent wings for themselves and posterity. Works Cited Grobman, Laurie. “Teaching Cross-Racial Texts: Cultural Theft in ‘The Secret Life of Bees.’” College English, Vol. 71, No. 1, 2008, pp. 9-26. Kidd, Sue Monk. The Invention of Wings. New York: Penguin, 2014.… Continue Reading...

Recruitment Plan and Staffing Plan at Amazon

salary negotiations. Therefore, social media should not be relied on as an initial recruitment tool. Recruiting Plan A human resources manager’s recruitment strategy begins with needs assessment; recruiting is about first determining what the organization needs in order to thrive in that department and then to fulfill those needs with human resources (Caran, Barton & Carey, 2015). Recruiting strategies vary considerably depending on the position could involve culling top talent from competitors; in the case of a warehouse manager, recruitment efforts will not necessarily require aggressive strategies because the warehouse manager role and duties are not highly specialized enough to warrant… Continue Reading...

Decision Theory

risk averse than personal risk taking. That is part of being a public servant, to steward the public's resources in a safe and responsible manner. For me, that usually means minimizing the downside risk associated with my decisions. The police scenario is one where human life is at play, and as such that creates a specific obligation on my part, I feel, that influences the criteria by which I evaluate decisions. Part Two: For any decision, there are a number of possible outcomes, which is where decision trees and sensitivity analysis come into play. Building on the example of… Continue Reading...

Training Program for Performance Management

needs are met individually or collectively. It also ensures that performance levels are well managed. Human resources is a critical aspect as far as the employment relationship is concerned. (Douglas, 2017). SMART • Guidelines to treat the staff with respect and ensure that they learn from each other • Understand the organization\\\'s goals and come up with a plan that helps to achieve these goals. • Provide a feedback on the employee’s performance and try to highlight their strength and weaknesses. • Master the four steps of managing the performance • Learn the basic methods of performance management Training… Continue Reading...

Training Program for Performance Management

or collectively. It also ensures that performance levels are well managed. Human resources is a critical aspect as far as the employment relationship is concerned. (Douglas, 2017). SMART • Guidelines to treat the staff with respect and ensure that they learn from each other • Understand the organization\\\'s goals and come up with a plan that helps to achieve these goals. • Provide a feedback on the employee’s performance and try to highlight their strength and weaknesses. • Master the four steps of managing the performance • Learn the basic methods of performance management Training Methods Induction training –… Continue Reading...

Training Program for Performance Management

met individually or collectively. It also ensures that performance levels are well managed. Human resources is a critical aspect as far as the employment relationship is concerned. (Douglas, 2017). SMART • Guidelines to treat the staff with respect and ensure that they learn from each other • Understand the organization's goals and come up with a plan that helps to achieve these goals. • Provide a feedback on the employee’s performance and try to highlight their strength and weaknesses. • Master the four steps of managing the performance • Learn the basic methods of performance management Training Methods Induction… Continue Reading...

Philosophical Orientations and Theory

institution’s resource and this encompasses both human and material resources. Third, commanding encompasses maintaining the entity’s actions and practices running. Coordination was the placement and coordination of the group’s determinations. Lastly, control meant that the aforementioned activities were undertaken in keeping with suitable rules and procedures (Lamidi, 2015). Fayol observed the organization as a whole from the point of view or perspective of the manager. In this regard, he made a determination of key activities in which such industrial activities can be classified. These comprise of technical activities, commercial activities, financial activities, accounting activities, managerial activities and security activities… Continue Reading...

The Significance Of Relational Contracts

key factors of partnering are: 1. Collaborative working 2. Selection of advisers and partners 3. Maximization of effectiveness related to resources 4. Specific and concise aims/objectives 5. Teamwork and commitment 6. Ongoing improvement/performance measurement (MacRoberts) These areas when performed correctly lead to proper partnering and improved outcomes for both parties. For example, collaborative working is a time-intensive endeavor that requires extensive communication between both parties and compromise regarding what each party can get from the other or from the overall objectives. However, when executed correctly, collaborative working allows for a cohesive, effective, and functioning effort that can last long-term. (MacRoberts) What is… Continue Reading...

Starbucks Ratio Analysis

Wiley & Sons Merrill Lynch (2000). How to Read a Financial Report. Retrieved from http://web.archive.org/web/20031004053025/http://philanthropy.ml.com:80/ipo/ resources/pdf/howtoreadfinreport.pdf Noreen, E. W., Brewer, P. C., & Garrison, R. H. (2017). Managerial Accounting for Managers (4th ed.). Boston, MA: McGraw-Hill Porter, G.A. & Norton, C.L. (2012). Financial Accounting: The Impact on Decision Makers (8th ed.). Mason, OH: Cengage Learning Starbucks (2018). Investor Relations. Retrieved from https://investor.starbucks.com/press-releases/financial-releases/press-release-details/2017/Starbucks-Reports-Q4-and-Full-Year-Fiscal-2017-Results/default.aspx Appendices Appendix 1: Liquidity Ratios Ratio Oct 1, 2017 Oct 2, 2016 Current Ratio = Current Assets/ Current Liabilities $5,283/$4,220 1.25 $4,757/$4,546 1.05 Quick Ratio = Current Assets – Inventory/ Current Liabilities $5,283 – $1,364/$4,220 0.93 $4,757 – $1,378/$4,546… Continue Reading...

How 9/11 Affected Private Security

completely interrupting the operation. A classic example is human resources. A company cannot run without a human resources department, but if that department was offline for a day or two, the business would not be in a state of strife. It would still be able to continue operating, just maybe with a few issues here and there. Finance is another similar type of function, or marketing, or sales. Risk management could be offline for a day or two as well, in all honestly – you wouldn't want to run an organization without it but the business would survive for… Continue Reading...

Palestine Her Story Documentary

is to include archival footage whenever possible. Had I more time and more resources, I would definitely try to include more such footage in my own film. Readings. As for readings, Bernard’s (2010) Documentary Storytelling: Making Stronger and More Dramatic Nonfiction Films was influential. Bernard (2010) explained the importance of combining exposition with a narrative spine, an arc, plot, character, and drama in order to tell a good story. The fact that this basic approach to storytelling is as old as history itself, with the Western concept of storytelling defined by Aristotle so many years ago shows that this… Continue Reading...

Lending Institutions Human Capital and Health Care

be invested in different productive initiatives that will provide national growth with respect to both capital and resources. For instance, in India, the funding that is saved from lack of investment in national vaccination, the country can make significant investments in other important aspects such as transportation systems, infrastructure and also water and sanitation. 2. Increased productivity that facilitates GDP growth Having a healthy workforce implies that they will be more productive. Therefore, the nation as a whole will attain increased productivity through diminished nonattendance, decreased inefficiency and also efficacious utilization of time, resources and labor force. The inference… Continue Reading...

Electric Vehicle Industry

direction and scope of an organization over the long term, and it should determine how resources should be configured to meet the needs of markets and stakeholders” (Three levels of strategy, 2018, para. 4). Applied to Tesla Motors (hereinafter alternatively “Tesla” or “the company”), this definition of strategy refers to the manner in which the company intends to achieve its corporate objectives over the short- and long-term and how it will allocate the organizational resources needed for these purposes. This definition is also congruent with the strategic approach that the company has used over the past decade as discussed… Continue Reading...

How to Cite References Properly

citation style formats. The multitude of citation styles can easily confuse students. Multiple websites offer resources to help students improve their citation and referencing habits. The Purdue Online Writing Lab (OWL) is one of the most respected sites because it offers students the opportunity to learn different citation formats like MLA and APA. These websites can, however, be daunting. The rules of citation vary depending on the citation style and the type of source, and learning all the main styles can be unnecessarily cumbersome. It can take a long time to figure out exactly how to format a specific reference.… Continue Reading...

Invasive and Endemic Species Around the Word

world. This is so because Habitat loss is where majority of the resources have been utilized. They key is to limit the loss of habitat and the most potent strategy thus far has been to create protected areas, which includes national parks. The only successful strategy to address this challenge has been to develop and preserve parks and recreational areas. This strategy was first used in 1864 by the then US president Abraham Lincoln stipulating, “the premises shall be held for public use, resort, and recreation; shall be inalienable for all time.” Gradually, other countries too started adopting this… Continue Reading...

Karen Avery Case

offered new strategies to help students outside of their educational cluster using community resources outside of the school and parents are given a great deal of autonomy to select which approaches best help their children. Q4. Discuss the feedback mechanisms that exist in the new school model. Feedback mechanisms exist on a constant loop. Teachers get feedback on their performance from other teachers even while they are acting as mentors and giving feedback to their students. Parents, by selecting different clusters and giving feedback, likewise contribute from the outside by guiding and also rewarding teachers who best suit student… Continue Reading...

Boston Marathon Bombings

law enforcement authorities (Boston Marathon bombing, 2018). The investigations that followed the two bombings drew on the resources of more than 1,000 local, state and federal law enforcement officials (Boston Marathon bombing, 2018). The results of this intensive investigation showed that these two brothers were solely responsible for the bombings and the pair was not associated with any domestic or international terrorist organization (Boston Marathon bombing, 2018). The rapid and successful outcome of these investigations was the result of a combination of the professionalism and diligence on the part of the thousand-plus law enforcement authorities assigned to the incident.… Continue Reading...

How Statistical Data Influences Evidence-based Practice

process involved in EBP allows the practitioner to assess research, clinical guidelines, and other information resources that are based on high-quality findings and apply the results obtained to improve their practice. Since EBP heavily relies on research and searching for available evidence to support a hypothetical question in order to solve a current problem, it is vital that one understands and interprets statistical data that is presented in the research articles that they are evaluating. A majority of the articles or evidence that will be used in EBP will contain statistical information that should be interpreted and fully understood… Continue Reading...

Goldman Sachs Open System Theory

of her sources. In the words of Yagelski (2014), “despite the growing importance of online resources, print materials remain essential for much academic research (p. 185). References Chance, P.L. & Chance, E.W. (2002). Introduction to Educational Leadership & Organizational Behavior: Theory into Practice. Larchmont, NY: Eye on Education. Daft, R.L., Murphy, J. &Willmott, H. (2010). Organization Theory and Design. Belmont, CA: Cengage Learning. Yahoo Finance (2018). The Goldman Sachs Group, Inc. (GS). Retrieved from https://finance.yahoo.com/quote/GS/profile?p=GS Yagelski, R.P. (2014). The Essentials of Writing: Ten Core Concepts. Mason, OH: Cengage Learning. Continue Reading...

Global Environmental Issues and Challenges

decrease warming emissions. Tom Stayer, a climate change activist has indicated that Super PAC Next Gen Climate will direct enormous resources against Republican candidates that claim that climate change does not exist. Those in support of fossil fuel interests will, of course, try to counteract these efforts (Sherbinin, Alex de et al. 1). Stayer points out the essence of the implementation of the final Clean Power Plan by EPA. The plan seeks to reduce emissions of carbon dioxide emanating from coal plants. He sums up by pointing out the importance of cooperation from global leaders and their sustained effort in… Continue Reading...

Ngo Boards Financial Continuity Strategies

accountability. Fund accountancy The approach in fund accounting is to keep records of resources that donors, governing boards, legal entities or granting agencies provide limited ways in which the funds are used. Every fund has inherent balancing of the liabilities, revenue, expense account, and assets. Net assets and the fund balances are classified as unrestricted, permanently restricted or temporarily restricted in the financial position statement depending in the donor’s restrictions and the net assets base. Therefore, fund accounting is associated with segregation of the funds available towards the current projects and the financial resources that are dedicated to donor specified causes.… Continue Reading...

Performance Management and Non Profit Boards

cut on operational costs. Costs control would be best as the organization has limited financial resources. Likewise, Nazareth enterprise would also benefit from the costs control strategy so as to cut on their operational costs and realign roles of the board members. Currently, the roles and relationships between board members are diversely wild, for instance, one of the staff members is the mother of the board’s chair and reports to the director. Additionally, the board is both an advisory and governing body (Wash, 2002). Just as Nazareth Enterprise, Citizens of Conservation – an activity based not-for profit firm –… Continue Reading...

What Is Causing Inflation

care—seems to be rising; everything, that is, but wages. A business manager, such as a human resources manager, might use CPI to obtain a good understanding of actual inflation of services, assets and commodities in the real world (a figure that is typically different from the Fed’s sense of inflation). By understanding how the prices of goods and services are increasing rapidly year over year, an HR manager may have a better sense of why employees are demanding higher pay. Keeping workers happy is part of the job of an HR manager, and pay rates are one of the most… Continue Reading...

Action Plan: Closing the Achievement Gap Of African American Students

a role to the achievement gap among African American students. These issues include limited opportunities, resources, preparation, and readiness-to-learn. Purpose and rationale The primary purpose of this plan is to better engage African American students in high school education to improve their performance and reduce on dropout rates, which is ultimately expected to close the performance gap between African American students and other ethnicities, primarily white students. With the effort to improve the general American society, a crucial starting point would be to ensure equality among all communities and ethnicities in academic achievement (Noeth & Wimberly, 2002). The rationale… Continue Reading...

Chief Executive Officer Ceo Of Durango Manufacturing Company

expectations. As a result, outsourcing makes it possible for the firm to lay emphasis on human resources and utilize them where necessitated the most (Brigham and Ehrhardt, 2011). ii. A second argument for outsourcing is that it can increase economic efficacy. At times, corporations engage in outsourcing for the reason that the opportunity costs of manufacturing a product or service by themselves. When highly competent and proficient individuals are able to outsource tasks that are of lower value and spend a greater amount of time on high-value tasks, companies have a tendency to profit. Furthermore, outsourcing can result in… Continue Reading...

Eternal Life Paul S Ministry

one is rich or poor. People suffer regardless. It could be due to feeling lost or lacking resources, a potential health crisis. There are so many ways humans suffer. However, there is beauty in that suffering. Jesus Christ suffered immensely to absolve humanity of Original Sin. This pain that Christ felt was for all of humankind and showed that through pain, something beautiful can arise. That beauty is salvation. Thanks to Jesus Christ’s sacrifice, humans can endure the pain and know they can be saved. Furthermore, Christ demonstrated there is life after death, that resurrection is possible. Paul showed… Continue Reading...

Hk Cares Charity

he is now solely a professional doctor and he uses his resources and talents to help those that need it. The group serves the elderly in the different hospitals around the Hong Kong area. In the applicable hospitals, the group serves as caregivers for those elderly people in ways that the hospitals are unable to provide, for whatever reason. The author of this report will be on duty with the group a total of five days a week every week. Not only are the people served in the hospitals in Hong Kong, the foundation in question above is located… Continue Reading...

Seinfeld Episode Native American

Sociology 62(3): 264-271. Goffman, E. (1959). Presentation of self in everyday life. http://crossculturalleadership.yolasite.com/ resources/Goffman%20%281959%29%20Presentation%20of%20Self%20in%20Everyday%20Life.pdf “Native American.” Seinfeld. Season 5, Episode 10. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cpGfyp6MxkM Continue Reading...

Stakeholders Research Project

be identified. Practitioner- focused guidelines prove more useful (e.g., Caribbean Natural resources Institute- issued guidelines, which cover simple questions and steps one may follow when it comes to stakeholder identification) (Renard 2004) (p.7). But these continue to significantly underscore author knowledge whilst being rather vague on the subject of how and using whom one can resolve identification- related questions. As trans- disciplinary studies encourage scholars to engage stakeholders and generate solutions and knowledge, the filling of this gap ought to be prioritized and a structured, workable instrument provided for identifying stakeholders (Leventon, Fleskens, Claringbould, Schwilch & Hessel, 2016). Possible… Continue Reading...

Health Care Information Technology

time (Expert Wealth Management, 2018). References Corporate Finance Institute, (2018). What is Expected Return? Retrieved February 26, 2018 from https://corporatefinanceinstitute.com/ resources/knowledge/trading-investing/expected-return/ Expert Wealth Management, (2018). Why Does Diversification of Investments Reduce Risk? Retrieved February 26, 2018 from https://www.expertwealthmanagement.co.uk/expert-opinion/why-does-diversification-reduce-risk/ Garger J., (2010). Learn the Differences among Required, Expected, and Realized Rates of Return When Investing. Retrieved February 26, 2018 from http://www.brighthub.com/money/personal-finance/articles/16790.aspx Zeng X, (2009). Redefining the Roles of Health Information Management Professionals in Health Information Technology. Retrieved February 26, 2018 from https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2781729/   Continue Reading...

Organizational Psychology

Retrieved from https://www.apa.org/ethics/code/ethics-code-2017.pdf Hobfoll, S. E. (2002) Social and psychological resources and adaptation. Review of General Psychology, 6, 307-324. http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/1089-2680.6.4.307 Liu, Q. M., Ren, Y. J., & Wang, W. F. (2010). Application of a simple random sampling method on surveys at the community level. Zhonghua Liu Xing Bing Xue Za Zhi, 31(4), 421-3. Skelly, A. C. (2014). Credibility matters: Mind the gap. Evid Based Spine Care J. 5(1), 2–5. Wunsch, G. (2007). Confounding and control. Demographic Research, 16(4), 97-120.   Continue Reading...

Arrowhead Marketing Elements

Companies also examine their place within such contexts, and the possible resources that can be mobilized towards influencing such a society (Kelly, Johnston & Danheiser, 2017). The process is commonly referred to as the marketing audit. A marketing plan that defines performance benchmarks, targets and objectives is crafted alongside a budget for the implementation of the same. Once particular goals are made clear, the options available to replace pre-existing approaches can be examined, and how such alternatives can be realized(Kelly et al., 2017; Loo & Leung, 2016). The next step is to formalize the marketing strategy in a specified… Continue Reading...

Educational Leadership

together, schools throughout the district can pool our human and financial resources to promote effective change and raise educational standards and outcomes. I would advocate on behalf of all community members, and hold meetings involving both the public and the private sector. 3. The model of human needs and leadership I would use to guide me in my new role as principal would be a return to basics with Maslow’s hierarchy of needs. Maslow’s hierarchy shows how all individuals respond best to fulfilling higher-order needs like self-fulfillment and connectivity when their lower-order needs have been properly attended to. Moreover,… Continue Reading...

Difference Between Transaction and Transfer Donation

when an organization more genuinely sacrifices something in the form of transference of resources or a fundamental change in its operations, it demonstrates the principles of transformational philanthropy. The transactional view of philanthropy has become popular, leading to a generation of so-called “new philanthropists” (“The New Philanthropists: More Sophisticated, More Demanding — and Younger,” 2013, p. 1). Represented by the likes of Eric Trump, new philanthropy cannot be dismissed, discounted, or disparaged just because it is not “pure,” (“The New Philanthropists: More Sophisticated, More Demanding — and Younger,” 2013, p. 1). The transaction still achieves the shared goal of… Continue Reading...

Physiology Of Extraversion and Introversion Physiology

the physiological studies also add credence to the otherwise soft personality tests used by human resources departments. If personality traits like introversion or extraversion are rooted in biology, then it would also make sense why some people react to drugs and alcohol differently than their peers. The problem is that reactions to drugs and alcohol is also based on other variables, like the setting in which the substances were taken, the person’s pre-existing emotional state, diet, and other factors. Introverts are usually considered shy, withdrawn, and either anxious about or uninterested in social situations. Research shows why that might… Continue Reading...

Nurses and the Twelve Hour Shift Work

One of the most pressing issues in healthcare is actually a human resources issue with direct bearings on patient outcomes. Nurses are increasingly being expected to work twelve hour shifts, which has been touted as a means by which nurses can enjoy more days off and achieve an idea; work-life balance (Stimpfel, Sloane & Aiken, 2012, p. 2501). Yet in spite of the perceived benefits of a three-day work week, evidence has been showing that the twelve-hour shift is a direct cause of nurse burnout, turnover, job dissatisfaction, and other adverse outcomes include reduced quality of care. Stimpfel, Sloane… Continue Reading...

Launching a New Product in the Market

approach will ensure that we are able to keep our schedule, resources, and costs under control. Idea generation is the first step and it involves the systematic search for product ideas. However, since we have already determined the product that we seek to launch and introduce into the market this step can be skipped. Having already decided on the electronic product that we intend to introduce in the market, we should spend too much time coming up with other ideas for comparison. Idea screening will also be omitted since the idea we have has already been picked and we… Continue Reading...

Communication Apprehension in the Professional Setting

should be able to be manager all operations and resources of the school for the benefit of the students (Professional Standards for Educational Leaders, 2015). For me, this is a very tall order and I know I have a lot to learn about managing operations and resources in order to achieve this standard. However, I am confident that the more I am exposed to operations management concepts, the better I will be able to implement appropriate and effective strategies. Standard 10: School Improvement Though I am emotionally supportive of my students and my colleagues, I feel I also need… Continue Reading...

Instructional Leadership and Educational Standards

educational leaders should be able to be manager all operations and resources of the school for the benefit of the students (Professional Standards for Educational Leaders, 2015). For me, this is a very tall order and I know I have a lot to learn about managing operations and resources in order to achieve this standard. However, I am confident that the more I am exposed to operations management concepts, the better I will be able to implement appropriate and effective strategies. Standard 10: School Improvement Though I am emotionally supportive of my students and my colleagues, I feel I… Continue Reading...

Philips Academy Andover Human Resources Plan

HR Plan: Philips Academy Andover Introduction The Human resources (HR) department of any organization is the spine of the entity. This is where the integrity of the company needs to reside, and where the team members can be protected from potential abuses of power. Abuses of power are more common than most people care to admit, and are one of the reasons that HR was born in the first place. As history has demonstrated without a doubt, where there are human beings there will always be abuses of power, as power… Continue Reading...

Why Elon Musk Must Go

Human resources and Change: Major Responsibilities of HRM The three major roles of human resources management (HRM) are (1) administrative, (2) operational, and (3) strategic. The functions that fall within these roles include: recruiting and selecting hires, orientation, maintaining stable and quality workplace environments, managing employee relations, and training and developing staff. This paper will show how the HRM of the company Tesla, Inc., including the manufacturing, finance, and marketing subsystems are in need of change. By comparing these subsystems to other… Continue Reading...

Skills Required Of a Leader and Manager

leader and a good manager. Planning is a skill in which one arranges the goals, objectives, strategies, resources and budget of a department or team in order to achieve the desired outcome. Communicating is the skill by which one expresses in clear and precise terms the necessary information that is needed or that must be received by another. In some cases, managers must be able to pick up on non-verbal forms of communication in order to understand their employees, and this is where social and emotional intelligence comes in to play: social and emotional intelligence skills allow one to identify… Continue Reading...

Project Management and Resource Scheduling

a set of actions and methods are utilized by a company to effectively match the necessary resources the tasks and projects that require them to see a job through to completion. The other part of resource scheduling that is important to keep in mind is that the project manager must also take into account when the resources will be available and thus schedule project tasks accordingly. For instance, if a task is scheduled before the resources are actually available for the workers, time will be lost and the project will be delayed. A better use of time would be… Continue Reading...

Imperialism the Industrial Revolution and Management

of the driving forces behind imperialism is the desire to access raw materials and human resources. If an imperial power, like Britain was for centuries, had sufficient wealth and manpower, it could send envoys to foreign lands. The imperial power would then use whatever means necessary to access the natural and human resources in those foreign lands, such as by forming strategic alliances or by using force. The effects of imperialism can be devastating, including genocide and environmental degradation. Imperialism is classified by its being exploitative. Rather than forming partnerships on equal footing, the imperialist seeks to overtake previously… Continue Reading...

Promoting Physical Activity in the Community

over a 7-week course, with one class per week at the clinic in the evening. The resources required for the intervention are one workout room in the clinic where class can be conducted. One television screen and DVD player will also be used to assist in the educational portion of the course. An educational DVD on the benefits of physical activity will be used to help educate the class for 10 minutes before each session. This will explain the purpose of the exercise and how it can improve the person’s health. Educational materials in the form of fliers and… Continue Reading...

Port Security Customs and Border Protection

alleviate any conflict that is likely to arise due to the competition for resources at sea. To achieve this sound and accurate agenda must be formulated for 21st century. Whatever it is that is being transported by ship, whether people, petroleum products, dry cargo etc. The ocean will always be a lucrative transportation mode for the foreseeable future. Most commodities that are being moved via the sea will continuously consist of products being legally moved through lawful means. Large Ferries and ships will most likely have some sizeable impact on marine transport in coming days. Developments in marine transport… Continue Reading...

Black Panther Movie Critic Review

crashing into the nation centuries ago, making the nation so rich in natural resources that it was spared the horrors of colonialism and slavery. Advanced beyond its time, the nation harnesses the power of technology to hide its many blessings, playing the role of a starved, underprivileged nation, when in reality it is flourishing and prospering. This secrecy helps to protect it from the global racism that still exists today. This mythology is so important because it is healing to the individual and the collective. Slavery and anti-black racism have a lengthy history in America, and their repercussions are… Continue Reading...

Organizational Leadership Styles and Approaches

Hill Professional. Elisabeth, P. (2010). Recruitment, Development, and Retention of Information Professionals: Trends in Human resources and Knowledge Management. New York, NY: IGI Global Larson, C.E. & LaFasto, F.M. (1989). Teamwork: What Must Go Right/What Can Go Wrong. Newbury Park: SAGE Wilkinson, P. (2015). The Dependent Organization. New York, NY: Brown Dog Zaccaro, S.J. & Klimoski, R.J. (2002). The Nature of Organizational Leadership: Understanding the Performance Imperatives Confronting Today's Leaders. Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons   Continue Reading...

Preventing and Abolishing Elder Abuse a Systematic Research Proposal

“Through implementing the CBPR approach, elder abuse intervention programs could build on strengths and resources in the community. Using the CBPR approach, the Family Care Conference (FCC) was developed in a northwestern Native American community” (Dong, 2015). By building strong resources within the community, such as elderly centers and community centers, no one person feels burdened by taking on the entire responsibilities of the community. This creates fortitude and resilient communities that can only become strong with time. Research Question and Hypothesis The research question seeks to determine what the best multi-disciplinary approach towards creating interventions and preventative strategies actually… Continue Reading...

Franklin Equipment Ltd Project Dilemma

the domestic project team is not working well together and the human resources coordinator appears to lack the necessary interpersonal intelligence to understand this and work to facilitate a more effective response. Once the team begins to work with an international project team, problems are likely to increase rather than decrease. Finally, international projects are often reliant upon a great deal of virtual coordination, when members of the team are not operating on-site “When team members come from different countries and functional backgrounds and are working in different locations, communication can rapidly deteriorate, misunderstanding can ensue, and cooperation can… Continue Reading...

Content and Reliability Of Assessments and Job

with high rates of sales among employees, then human resources would be using an instrument with strong criterion validity. Both content and criterion-related validity determine construct validity. Construct validity is similar to criterion validity but is more theoretical (‘”Reliability and Validity,” n.d.). One example would be when a personality test results correlate with worker productivity. References “Reliability and Validity,” (n.d.). Classroom assessment. https://fcit.usf.edu/assessment/basic/basicc.html Sullivan, G.M. (2011). A primer on the validity of assessment instruments. Journal of Graduate Medical Education 3(2): 119-120. 2. Is a job-oriented, a worker-oriented, or a hybrid job analysis approach most appropriate? Why? Job analyses can… Continue Reading...

Understanding Issues Pertaining to Retailers Going Global

growth is definitely the effectiveness to undertake the appropriate methods and resources. Over fifty nine percent of retailers happen to be affected by practice execution which doesn't go as planned or financial commitment in faulty resources. For a handful of retailers, utilizing a bottom-up strategy in planning as well as implementation can alleviate the overall undesirable impact. Subsequently, by far the most acquainted obstacle for 56.8 percent of retailers is actually choosing the suitable realignment with regards to domestic as well as global systems. This is likely to take place in businesses that approach global growth devoid of a… Continue Reading...

Stress Management

creating effective persuasive thesis statements, review the following Writing Center resources: · “Give Your Paper Direction: Developing a Strong Thesis Statement” · “Writing a Thesis for a Persuasive Essay” Write your revised two-part thesis statement here, and be sure to include a claim + reason (the “because” or “since” clause): Employees should be taught stress management strategies and techniques so that they can be able to better perform optimally at the workplace; as this would further enhance the performance of the organization. What type of claim does this represent? This would be a cause and effect claim. This is… Continue Reading...

Business Programs in Canada

learning for the public school and the community college provide portals where students can access online resources for their coursework and discuss assignments in chat or forum. The online courses are part of a greater online network that provides students access to their email, to their course listings, and a means of communicating with instructors and submitting their assignments that lends credence to the theory of connectivism (Goldie, 2016). Similar to online schools, programs, or courses in the United States, these online resources have evolved in just a few short years to provide convenience and options to students (Braverman,… Continue Reading...

Nursing Shadow Experience

satisfaction and inner peace. Further, my efforts would influence the resources, operations and workflow of the healthcare system. I was able to observe and better appreciate the care and support offered by clinicians, and I sincerely advise non- clinicians to devote some amount of time to shadowing clinicians (Gaydos et.al 2005). It is prudent to consider corporate culture in all areas, as it offers insights into workforce and leadership behavior (Hawkins & Vialet 2012). Organizational culture may be defined as lasting organizational values and beliefs, in addition to workforce beliefs and their efforts’ predicted value, which will impact their conduct… Continue Reading...

Social and Environmental Challenges Facing Megacities

link flow of goods, people, knowledge, and culture. Additionally, these cities provide unprecedented concentration of technical resources and skills that help to increase wealth and enhance the quality of life to many people. On the other hand, megacities are facing significant challenges despite their role in global economic growth and development. The challenges facing these cities are largely attributable to overcrowding due to mass urbanization. Consequently, overcrowding in megacities has been a source of different challenges ranging from social challenges to environmental problems. Poor Living Conditions One of the social challenges facing megacities because of the problem of overcrowding… Continue Reading...

Syncretism in Art and Public Art in Tucson

art collection of Pima County, Arizona. The La Puerta was funded by the Department of Natural resources Parks and Recreation of Pima County to a commission amounting to $19,548. The piece of art is made up of rammed earth, bronze and measures 14? height x 8? width x 3.5? depth (Thompson). Selection of the artist As per regulations laid down by the Public Art and Community Design Committee, the artists’ selection procedure starts with a ‘call to artists’ published by the Public Arts Coordinator for Pima County. The call is made regionally and nationally and artists are requested to… Continue Reading...

Organizational Communication and Culture

student’s diversity. Students are free to form diversity-oriented groups which according to the interviewee are “LGBT organization, disability resources, native America student’s association, veteran services.” Embracing diversity as part of organizational culture allows every student to freely express themselves which improves communication without the need for safe-spaces. In addition, embracing diversity allows ‘others’ to acknowledge divergent opinions, viewpoints, perspectives, cultures, and lifestyles which improve communication among students, based on the acceptance of diversity. Conclusion Organizational culture plays a key part in advancing communication, while communication is a significant factor in transforming organizational culture. In Prima Community College, organizational culture… Continue Reading...

Statistical Data Usage in Criminal Justice Leadership

reporting system. Armed with such information, law enforcement can better make a case to acquire the resources needed to fight crime.? · NIBRS enables agencies to find similarities in crime-fighting problems so that agencies can work together to develop solutions or discover strategies for addressing the issues (Sibley, 2015). Using the kind of statistical data obtained from such an instruments makes leaders more informed and more effective in setting a variety of policies. Statistical data usage can also be helpful in producing criminal justice research in support of community policing. For example, researchers may be able to show statistically… Continue Reading...

Veterans with Ptsd

dishonorable discharge. This means the veteran will not receive the benefits required for quality care (American Public Health Association, 2014). resources Available The main resource available to this population is the VA hospital, but as the American Public Health Association points out and as other researchers have shown, it is difficult to access the resource at times—especially if the veteran is attempting to self-medicate, fears being perceived as weak, or lacks the right to medical benefits because of a dishonorable discharge. The Rand Corporation (2017) points out that there are community-based organizations that help veterans with PTSD. These include: ·… Continue Reading...

Developing and Evaluating a Lesson Sequence

Y. C., 2017. A case study of the dynamics of scaffolding among ESL learners and online resources in collaborative learning. Computer Assisted Language Learning, 30(1-2), pp.115-132. Learning Portal. (2018). Effective and appropriate pedagogy. Retrieved from https://learningportal.iiep.unesco.org/en/issue-briefs/improve-learning/teachers-and-pedagogy/effective-and-appropriate-pedagogy Lightbrown, P.M. & Spada, N. (2013). How languages are learned (4th ed.). Oxford University Press. University of Nottingham. (2018). Scaffolding as a vehicle for differentiation. Retrieved from https://www.nottingham.ac.uk/~ttzelrn/approaches-to-teaching-e/unit6/section7.php Zeichner, K., Payne, K.A. and Brayko, K., 2015. Democratizing teacher education.  Journal of Teacher Education, 66(2), pp.122-135. Appendix Lesson Sequence Sequence #1 Objective: to learn spatial awareness Warm up exercise: Running in place Content: travelling the floor in different… Continue Reading...

Korean Long Term Care Insurance Scheme Ltci Strengths

rapidly. This could have occasioned a significant burden to families going forward. With the LTCI scheme, families can apportion resources to other needs such as education, food, and shelter. In the long-term, this is likely to positively impact the overall economic wellbeing of the nation. Secondly, by design, the LTCI scheme effectively improves and enhances the quality of life of the country’s senior citizens. This is more so the case given that as per the scheme’s provisions, “the elderly aged 65 yrs. and older or persons less than 65 who have geriatric diseases are eligible for benefits through an… Continue Reading...

Training Transfer and Human Resources Theory

development programs for their employees. In fact, theory-based information helps human resources managers to structure training and development for specific groups of people. The most relevant theories include those that are related to learning, and those that are related to social relations and identity construction. Learning theories can be based on basic behaviorism, including patterns of reward and punishment that can be used to motivate specific behaviors and discourage undesirable behaviors that detract from inter-group harmony (Duggan, n.d.). However, cognitive theories of learning can be even more helpful for structuring effective employee training programs designed to cultivate specific skills… Continue Reading...

Social Norms Conflict and Its Impact on Schooling

glaring reason points to a racist disposition of those who control the resources. When Chino meets Bodega, the first time, Bodega tells Chino that his activities take the form of a revolution. He says that he tries to lobby politicians to help to bring change to Spanish Harlem. According to Bodega, he was not attended because he was not white person. He explains that owing to the aforementioned developments, he was forced to change the strategy to achieve his dreams (Quinonez 48). He started doing drugs. The methods that the education officials have tried to use in the Spanish… Continue Reading...

Quantitative and Qualitative Research Methods

as it implies extra expenses, in terms of human as well as monetary resources, in addition to the development of ethical quandaries pertaining to follow- up and a need for collaboration and respecting diverse epistemological and methodological stands (Maxwell, 1998). Using a qualitative process prior to engaging in survey work is, without a doubt, the most widely considered form of multi- technique complementarity. It can involve employing qualitative techniques to serve a general descriptive purpose, or to improve insights into how emic definitions differ from etic ones utilized in the research, or to provide context- specific data vital to… Continue Reading...

School Security Management

measure of the effectiveness of the security system) and b) have the necessary resources to support them (i.e., the proper training to help guide them through the process of safeguarding in real time). [2: Robert McCrie, Security Operations Management, 3rd ed. (MA: Butterworth-Heinemann), 95.] [3: Holly Gilbert Stowell, “Checking in for Safety,” Security Management, 1 Aug 2018 https://sm.asisonline.org/Pages/Checking-in-for-Safety.aspx] [4: Holly Gilbert Stowell, “Checking in for Safety,” Security Management, 1 Aug 2018 https://sm.asisonline.org/Pages/Checking-in-for-Safety.asp] Training and Development for High Performance Two ideas that McCrie tackles when it comes to training and development of workers and managers for high performance with respect… Continue Reading...

How Teachers Can Develop Professionally

the attention he or she requires at school, and 3) that every student is provided the resources required for meeting the aims of the curriculum. Professional development topics that would help to reinforce understanding and application of three elements that align with the school district’s mission are: 1) the ability to make home visits, and 2) the ability to communicate with students and peers to ensure that academic needs and goals are being met. The first—making home visits—is a highly recommended practice among teaching professionals because it allows the teacher to bond with the community, show that he or… Continue Reading...

Education Peace Action Plan

given that we are working within the parameters of current policy initiatives. I am confident that we have the resources we need to achieve this goal at Honolulu Community College, both in terms of financial and human resources. We can offer our students options like career counseling and mentoring, encourage the formation of new peer groups, and celebrate a diverse campus environment with very little cost expenditures. Changing the organizational culture and climate involves attitudinal changes and shifts in our attitudes and communication styles—which do not cost anything. Throughout my research I realized that much of what we need… Continue Reading...

A Problem Statement for Education

additional school counselor. Principal Skinner also introduced new human resources strategies for teachers, including a formal system of performance reviews written by students and coworkers. Just six months into Skinner’s leadership, five teachers filed an official complaint with the district school board and the educational commissioner. The complaint was filed prior to any formal confrontation with Principal Skinner. Continue Reading...

Nursing Evidence Based Practice Research

developing practice behaviors include utilizing proprietary databases, interviewing experts in the field, and utilizing online digital resources. Combining these three methods of knowledge acquisition can make research more robust and applicable to the practice environment. Step One: Identify the Population Advance practice nursing requires the identification of population variables related to health outcomes (Curley & Vitale, 2012). The theory behind population-based nursing is that similar populations respond similarly to similar treatment interventions, just as diverse populations may respond differently to the same intervention (Curley, 2012). Population-based nursing is evidence-based, and it also promotes the value of patient-centered care. Advance… Continue Reading...

Federal State and Local First Responders Earthquake

Local, state, and federal organizations and agencies offer resources for responding to natural disasters like earthquakes. In the event of an earthquake, as many first responder resources as are necessary can be mobilized to provide effective and cost-effective interventions. Depending on the severity of the quake, the extent of the damage to both property and human casualty, and the location of the event(s), various first responders may be called in for assistance. Most first responders will be from local organizations like law enforcement and fire departments as well as emergency medical technicians who will arrive on the… Continue Reading...

Illegal Immigration Essay

illegal immigration, and 5) illegal immigration statistics.  Finally, this article provides a conclusion and a list of possible resources you could use for more information. Related Topics Build the Wall If MAGA did anything, it made the catchphrase “build the wall” into one of the most popular talking points when it comes to the subject of illegal immigration.  Israel has a wall; Vatican City has a wall.  China is known for its Great Wall.  Even Germany had a wall at one point.  Today, however, “building a wall” between Mexico and the U.S. is consider one of the most controversial… Continue Reading...

Organizations That Mandate Knowledge Based Healthcare

mandate for knowledge-based healthcare, organizations are better equipped to manage their resources effectively and to provide much-needed services to remote and underserved communities in rural areas, or to underserved populations like the poor and uninsured. Professional organizations keep tabs on the quality of service through the processes of licensing and credentialing, ensuring that core competencies are consistently met and maintained. Public health organizations conduct ongoing research on epidemiology, to track disease proliferation, geographic dispersal, and responses to interventions. Private sector organizations that use clinical decision support systems and other information systems also drive knowledge-based healthcare into the future to… Continue Reading...

Cultural Proficiency Receptivity Scale

face the uncomfortable questions about racism, cultural preferences, and insufficient learning conditions and resources in the past. These are the very same obstacles to learning for many students. I realize that I may not be certain about how best to handle such concerns emanating from students – effectively meaning that this is an area in which I ought to improve. I feel that if offered guidance, students have the ability to strive for better goals. The accomplishment of these goals may, however, be dependent on how they relate with their peers and the larger community. Unlike was the case… Continue Reading...

Preventing Falls in a Hospital Setting

it is reasonable to suggest that a greater share of already scarce health care resources will need to be used for age-related illnesses and infirmities in the future. In many cases, inpatient care and aggressive treatment will be needed to help these senior citizens regain their health. One of the major risks associated with inpatient stays is falls, and this problem is especially pronounced in acute care settings where infirm elderly patients may be heavily medicated and disoriented with respect to time, person and place (Hill & Vu, 2009). The scope of the problem, though, extends to patients of… Continue Reading...

Community or Public Health Nurse Role Interview

lot on financial management but has to take into account issues related to marketing public health campaigns, coordinating resources among multiple stakeholders, and assessing the effectiveness of community interventions. Addressing the Needs of High Risk Populations One of the most important goals of public health nursing is to reduce health disparities, according to Lawrence. The city set aside additional funds in the budget to help the homeless community this year, which has inspired Lawrence to put together a new team of advocates, social workers, and nurses who are planning new programs to offer vaccines, medical tests, and substance abuse… Continue Reading...

Why Americans Should Get More Paid Maternity Leave

be synchronized with the needs of companies to cost-effectively manage their human resources. For example, companies can offer new mothers the opportunity to work from home. Contract and temporary positions that fill the role of the new mother can easily be filled. Yet major American corporations, from Walmart to Starkbucks, have unjust and irrational policies that provide zero paid maternity leave days for new mothers (or fathers) who work as baristas and other lower-paid positions, even though its white collar workers in senior management receive between twelve and eighteen weeks of paid leave (May 1). Even for senior management… Continue Reading...

Natural Disasters Emergency Management Preparedness

dissemination, and culminate in the ability for first responders to effectively communicate during and after a disaster to coordinate resources. Both environmental/natural and technological disasters pose major threats to the United States and it is not truly possible to choose one over the other. It really depends on geographic location. Generally speaking, natural disasters are more serious because they affect the largest number of people. Hurricanes impact Atlantic and Gulf coastal areas, all of which are highly populated. Earthquakes and tsunamis can affect the entire Pacific rim. Technological disasters are often more localized, with the exception perhaps of nuclear… Continue Reading...

Healthcare System and Practice Guideline

will without a doubt and suitably take place when clinicians take into consideration the necessities of individual patients, accessible resources, and restrictions distinct to an institution or kind of practice. Every health care professional capitalizing on these guidelines is accountable for assessing the suitability of applying them in the setting of any certain clinical circumstance or situation (U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, 2017). Throughout the guideline, clinicians and health care professionals are encouraged to lay emphasis on shared decision-making (SDM). It is freely clear that patients suffering from Diabetes Mellitus, together with their clinicians, undertake decisions concerning their plan… Continue Reading...

Human Resources Talent Management

to study the identification and development of high potential employees from the human resources management perspective, which is inherently a multidisciplinary approach. Although my dissertation project seems a long way away, now is a good time to dive into the body of evidence and theory surrounding this important issue. Understanding how to identify, motivate, and develop high potential employees is something that can add value to an organization and increase its overall productivity, effectiveness, and competitiveness in a dynamic market environment. My research has thus far introduced me to a number of different theories and approaches to studying this… Continue Reading...

Involvement Of Professional Interpreters in Care Delivery Process

family members as interpreters. The implementation of this project requires the involvement of various stakeholders who control resources and are necessary in the implementation process. The administrative stakeholders required for implementation of this project is the hospital management while the clinical stakeholders include healthcare providers, nurses, patients, and professional interpreter. The necessary financial stakeholders include the healthcare provider and governmental or non-governmental healthcare agencies. Theoretical Foundation and Conceptual Framework The main goal of this proposed project is to promote the use of professional interpreters in the healthcare setting to help improve patient-provider communication and medication adherence among elderly Hispanic… Continue Reading...

Provider Patient Communication Through Professional Interpreters

These populations are pre-disposed to diabetic disorders due to several factors including limited knowledge, lack of access to resources, and cardiometabolic mechanisms (Detz et al., 2014). Since most of these patients are Limited English Proficiency (LEP) patients, they experience tremendous communication challenges as they seek for healthcare services for their diabetic conditions. Communication between healthcare providers and LEP patients is significantly affected by language barriers even as family members are used as ad-hoc interpreters. This project sought to examine whether the use of bilingual interpreters help to improve adherence to treatment procedures and provider-patient communication among diabetic LEP patients.… Continue Reading...

The Local State and Federal Levels Of Disaster Management

liaisons between local stakeholders and FEMA. Local governments cannot directly access federal funds, programs, or resources—they must go through the appropriate state government channels first (FEMA, n.d.). While the middleman role may seem unnecessarily cumbersome, bureaucratic, and perhaps time consuming in the midst of a crisis, it is in fact the most efficient disaster management system possible. The methods by which local governments ask for and receive what they need have been largely predetermined through the systematic planning and preparation that has already taken place with FEMA’s help. Local governments disseminate the resources according to immediate needs. The main… Continue Reading...

Fema Dhs and Emergency Management at Local Levels

Loss of local control in emergency management is a legitimate concern. Yet access to state and federal resources is critical for effective emergency response. The most effective emergency response involves carefully coordinated roles between local, state, and federal agencies. Local agencies are always first responders, and therefore have a great deal of authority and responsibility in emergency management. States may have significant resources and distinct responsibilities to work with local officials. Yet the primary role of state agencies is “to supplement local efforts before, during, and after incidents,” (United States Department of Homeland Security, 2008, p. 6). States… Continue Reading...

Educational Administration and Research Methods Assessment

of educational research are typically to improve practice and policy. Therefore, it is important to use resources judiciously when planning educational research. Research should have specific goals in mind to help administrators serve their districts, schools, educators, and students better in the future using evidence-based models of instruction and leadership. This course has also asked that students consider their work in light of the ethical principles governing the profession of education. Research should promote social justice and equity in education, help improve educational outcomes, or to promote a more efficient or cost-effective way of using limited resources. Students have… Continue Reading...

Critical Infrastructure Security Information Technology

safeguard valuable and sensitive data and preclude the possibility of security breaches. Access to strong human resources options helps security managers better identify, manage, and control threats in multiple information technology departments. Systems Dynamics The Systems Dynamics approach takes into account the complexity of dynamic information technology systems. Information systems are defined by their dynamic nature. The external forces of privatization, deregulation and liberalization have made information technology infrastructure increasingly complex and dynamic (De Bruijne & Eeten, 2007). Therefore, a systems dynamics approach is useful for identifying specific vulnerabilities, even when using a strengths-based approach to analysis and intervention.… Continue Reading...

Dynamic Network Theory Article on Psychology

of dynamic network theory to artificial intelligence systems. Human resources personnel stand to derive extensive benefits from the dynamic network theory approach, too. School counselors can also learn how social networks impact student goal setting and performance. The article is comprehensive, touching upon issues as diverse as social astuteness, dynamic network intelligence, network optimism and pessimism, and network-based self-fulfilling prophesies. Dynamic network theory is an area that deserves more attention in the research. It is a new theoretical orientation, but one that does derive from decades of research on social networks more generally. One of the authors (Westaby, 2012)… Continue Reading...

Course Learnings

work in this case study, it was especially valuable to draw upon resources discussing power structures in organizations. The different lenses – structural theory, organizational theory, cultural theory – all provide a pathway to leverage knowledge that already exists about organizations and their cultures in order to diagnose key elements of the problem and point in the direction of the solution. In most case studies, most organizational problems, there is no need to reinvent the wheel. Using existing resources to understand the power dynamics that are at play in this organizational conflict, and how those dynamics can be leveraged… Continue Reading...

Social Media Postings and the Internet Privacy

some sacked from their organizations over the post they make. The resources to be utilized herein are: Weiss J,. (2014). A Stakeholder and Issues Management Approach by Joseph Weiss. Retrieved August 24,2018 from https://zodml.org/sites/default/files/%5BJoseph_W._Weiss%5D_Business_Ethics_A_Stakeholder_a_0.pdf This is the full version of the book hosted on an academic website hence instrumental in researching about the unethical business practices and employees. The author was researched and found to have written a series of other academic material and there are peer reviews on these articles and books hence proven to be academically useful in the research. Macdonald S., (2018). Data Privacy and Security Questions… Continue Reading...

Lgbt Youth Social Ecology and Homeless

numerous instances, LGBT youth are left devoid of the resources as well as help that is rendered to other homeless populaces. In this regard, it is imperative for human services professionals to have a vivid and comprehensive understanding of the distinctive needs, risk factors as well as challenges that are being faced by homeless youth so as to create and deliver the best conceivable services to their clients (Lesley University, 2018). Another principle of ecology is the interdependence of environmental conditions. This principle acknowledged the significance of the linkages between multiple settings and life domains, and the close interrelation… Continue Reading...

911 Commission Report Intelligence and Information Sharing

people to far distances and the ability to raise resources to finance any attack. On the other hand information linking Mihdhar to the Cole attack, failure to put Mihdhar and Hazmi on the terror watch list, failure to coordinate and arrest Zacarias Moussaoui, failure to flag false visa application assessments, failure to detect passport manipulation, failure to include terror watch list in the no-fly category etc. were all mistakes done by the government (The 9/11 Commission Report, 2011). This helped Al Qaeda to have an easy time planning and executing their terror mission. Travers (2009) considers that failure to… Continue Reading...

Development Of an Health Advocacy Campaign

guaranteeing access to care, directing the system, mobilization of resources, addressing health disparities, influencing health policy and generating system change (Hubinette et al., 2017). Provision 7 of the ANA Code of Ethics states that nurses, in all of their medical roles and settings, bring about the advancement of the profession. This is through research, scholarly analysis, and professional standards development, and the creation of both nursing and health policy. Provision 8 of the ANA Code of Ethics asserts that the nurse works in tandem with other health professionals and the general public to safeguard human rights, facilitate promotion of… Continue Reading...

Heart Of Darkness Essay (example Completed in 2019)

the indigenous people, Europeans forged alliances with strategic business partners in order to exploit natural resources like rubber and also human resources. Author Joseph Conrad witnessed first hand the colonial enterprise in Africa and based the novella Heart of Darkness on what he witnessed. Through the character of Marlow, Conrad presents a semi-autobiographical testimony of the horrific features of colonialism. Marlow begins being curious but also frightened of the unknown as he embarks on an adventure with his work for a company that goes downriver into the depths of the jungle. In uncharted territory, Marlow sees immediately how the… Continue Reading...

Compensation and Benefits the Modern Workplace

Crafting a Compensation and Benefits Plan: Looking Ahead in the Modern Workplace Increasingly, technologically-driven businesses have become more and more reliant upon attracting top talent to gain a competitive edge. Perhaps the most obvious example of this is the Google organization. Google’s Internet search engine is virtually synonymous with searching on the Internet itself. Google offers generous salaries and time off to its employees. It also offers many amenities, such as free food, medical care, dry-cleaning, fitness classes, and even buses from certain common location hubs in the surrounding area. This enable employees to remain focused on work as well… Continue Reading...

The Housing Crisis and Insecurity and Poverty in America

illegal, race-based decisions on housing still exist and few have the resources—time, energy, or money—to turn to litigation when their next bed and meal remains an uncertainty. Bias certainly exists, though, as Desmond demonstrates with quantitative data showing that white landlords are more likely to rent to white tenants than black or Hispanic ones, even when other variables are controlled for (346). Race-based segregation also prevents solidarity among the poor—the type of solidarity that could facilitate policy and legislative changes. All of the individuals Desmond profiles use coping mechanisms to subvert or undermine their condition and status in society.… Continue Reading...

Reducing Patient Falls

includes multiple areas of concern including leadership and managerial issues, human resources and quality assurance measures, communications, and physical design. The proposed solution engages patients and their families, too, empowering individuals with the knowledge they need to call nurses when risk factors may be high, or to safely navigate rooms or the institution to prevent falls. Training and ongoing assessment is also crucial for the effectiveness of the proposed fall prevention strategy in this hospital. This proposed solution is based on evidence related to best practices in fall prevention, as follows. Evidence Summary Evidence reveals a comprehensive and wide… Continue Reading...

Bill Gates As an Ethical Leader

to explicitly articulating this vision by managing and focusing his resources, energy and time towards making our world a better place – he established a family charitable foundation to better aid his philanthropic efforts (Culcchuttant, 2016). Vice: Ruthless For long, Gates has remained one among the most polarizing personalities of the United States, with his products’ popularity typically overshadowed by the immensely ruthless competitive business strategies he adopted. An exceptional businessman, though occasionally an unkind, unsympathetic, and demanding leader, his success with Microsoft has frequently been attributed to the unforgiving tactics he utilized for intimidating employees as well as… Continue Reading...

Art Of War

helps the commander prepare the troops and ready them for victory. Terrain can also help save critical resources, providing shelter or cover and even access to food or water. In some battles, terrain has allowed units to remain patient for longer periods of time than would otherwise be possible, with the ability to hide or remain safe from the elements until the enemy proves vulnerable. When moving through terrain in a planned attack, mapping becomes critical because it is important to approach the enemy from the most advantageous position and direction. To neglect the importance of terrain at any stage… Continue Reading...

Mayo Clinic Website Evaluation

conducting independent research for corroboration. Furthermore, all articles are dated, as are the links to external resources. Emotionality and pathos are not the primary purpose of the Mayo Clinic website. Instead, the authors rely on the rhetorical power of logos, plus the authoritative power of ethos and perceived credibility. Except for content promoting Mayo Clinic programs and services like the Healthy Living Program or the Mayo Clinic Diet, the language used does not rely on emotional triggers. The promotional content does use diction like “life-changing” and “inspiring” to lure consumers, though (“Healthy Lifestyle” 1). Visitors to the Mayo Clinic… Continue Reading...

Mass Repression Order No. 00447

place, it would have been likely that the anti-Soviet elements discussed in Order 447 would have indeed pooled their resources to create a real threat to the state. The specific groups mentioned in Order 447 were those already identified as anti-Soviet, but Order 447 goes a step further by allowing the troika to label anyone as potential conspirator. Doing so creates and maintains the fear necessary for obedience and social control. Bibliography Ellman, Michael. “Regional Influences on the Formulation and Implementation of NKVD Order 00447,” Europe-Asia Studies, Vol. 62, No. 6 (August 2010), pp. 915-931. Ezhov, Nikolai. “Operational Order.”… Continue Reading...

Intervening to Prevent Diabetes

determining the extent to which the project would be successful: 1. What human, financial, and material resources were provided and used? The Healthy Soon Project used a budget of $150,000 good for one year. The human resources consisted of one supervisor and three support staff—however, the team also reached out to other researchers in the fields to obtain ideas about how to implement a successful evidence-based intervention for the best results. By reaching out in this to obtain information on EBP (evidence-based practices), the team was conforming to the recommendations of numerous scholars who have called for more EBP in… Continue Reading...

Differences in Two Distinct Product Categories

possible to make use of social media and other online resources owned by the company to distribute the company's apps. Pricing for the soft drink’s category is competitive and there is no room for increasing prices. Therefore, brand managers have to ensure that they maintain the price of the product to match that of their consumers. Pricing on the smartphone app is based on the features that a consumer desires to have or use (Wang et al., 2016). Additional features are charged differently based on what the features offer the consumer/user. Advertising for both categories is vital and while… Continue Reading...

Healthcare Challenges in the United States

Factors That Influence Healthcare Resource availability can influence healthcare positively or negatively. A facility that has the appropriate and necessary resources is in a better position to offer quality care to its patients. diagnosis is also easily done by using the available equipment. resources can also refer to the human workforce. Healthcare facilities should ensure that they have an adequate number of employees in order for them to offer quality care to patients at all time. With a limited workforce, it becomes hard for the employees to care for the patients. Medication is another resource that is beneficial to healthcare.… Continue Reading...

Berg Versus Allied Security Inc

attacks, sabotage, and thefts. The designer of a security system has to analyze physical security objectives and employ available resources (Fennelly 77). The designer must also evaluate the installed security system design to ensure that it complies with security program objectives (RP 1).      As far as the security system employed by Podolsky in collaboration is concerned the technology used was quite effective but the security personnel was either overburdened or incompetent to utilize the security systems effectively for the safety of the employees, visitors, and property in the office complex. The security guard manning the security desk was… Continue Reading...

Programs for Risk Management for Health Care Organizations

(2018). Sample Risk Management Plan for Healthcare Businesses & Practices. Retrieved 8 November, 2018 from http://www.hpso.com/risk-education/businesses/risk- management- resources-for-business-owners-risk-management-plan TechTarget. (2018a). Incident management plan (IMP). Retrieved 8 November, 2018 from https://searchdisasterrecovery.techtarget.com/definition/incident-management-plan-IMP TechTarget. (2018b). Guide to healthcare compliance resources and agencies. Retrieved 8 November, 2018 from https://searchhealthit.techtarget.com/essentialguide/Guide-to- healthcare-compliance-resources-and-agencies The University of Scranton (2018). The Purpose of Risk Management in Healthcare. Retrieved 8 November, 2018 from https://elearning.scranton.edu/resource/business- leadership/purpose-of-risk-management-in-healthcare NEJEM Catalyst (2018). What Is Risk Management in Healthcare? Retrieved 8 November, 2018 from https://catalyst.nejm.org/what-is-risk-management-in-healthcare/ ? Continue Reading...

Positive Contributions by Veterans in the Construction Sector Essay

able to make adjustments to the private citizen employment sector. This time as well as resources necessitated for modifications has an impact on recruitment choices (Harrell and Berglass, 2012). The inference of this is that companies are bound to be hesitant to employ newly retired veterans owing to these concerns of extensive and lengthy adjustment periods. Without a doubt, it is common for companies to have a preference for veterans with business experience contrasted with newly retired veterans, particularly for high-level positions for instance management positions. This decreases the time necessary to familiarize veteran employees.  Lack of enthusiasm to… Continue Reading...

Human Resource Strategies for Security Management

multiple rights within the organization as well as their responsibilities and obligations with respect to protecting organizational resources and proprietary information. In addition, supervisors should ensure that new employees have the opportunity to ask questions concerning the organization and their responsibilities (McCrie, 2016). 2. What special concerns would a supervisor have if the new worker was being assigned temporarily to someone with no previous experience as a mentor? In many cases, mentor and mentees develop a mutually reciprocal relationship that confers significant benefits for both, but this outcome is only achieved over time and with commitment from both parties… Continue Reading...

What Is Critical Infrastructure

often abbreviates critical infrastructure as CIKR (Critical Infrastructure and Key resources) and defines CIKR as consisting of, “the assets of the United States essential to the nation's security, public health and safety, economic vitality, and way of life,” including “power grids and water filtration plants; national monuments and government facilities; telecommunications and transportation systems; chemical facilities” (“CIKR,” 2009, par.1). Although the majority of CIKR is privately owned, according to DHS, the government still has a vital protective role to ensure it works correctly. Cybersecurity Although the Internet was still in a relatively primitive stage when DHS was first established,… Continue Reading...

Key Resources Critical Infrastructure

Critical Infrastructure and Key resources NIPP (National Infrastructure Protection Plan) offers the necessary structure for coordination, synchronization and integration of activities originating from different pertinent statutes, presidential directives and national strategies for the creation of a combined countrywide approach for the implementation of the protection mission of CIKR (Moteff & Parfomak, 2004). The continuity and protection of CIKR is fundamental for national security, safety, vitality, lifestyle and public health. Critical infrastructure can be understood as the systems, networks and assets, virtual or physical (Fisher & Norman 2010). Critical infrastructure is quite fundamental… Continue Reading...

How Pepsico Is Leveraging Healthy Alternatives to Colas

Juice: All-natural choices avoid synthetic additives and refined sugar. E Magazine, 15(1), 42-44. Marketing metrics. (2018). Klipfolio. Retrieved from https://www.klipfolio.com/ resources/kpi-examples/marketing. Rochford, L. (2007). Case D-22: Naked Juice: Strategy for growth. Duluth: University of Minnesota. Walcott, S. M. (2012, July). Brewing a new American tea industry. The Geographical Review, 102(3), 350-355.   Continue Reading...

Using Nuclear Power to Generate Electricity

can be produced and this means that in the near future these resources might be unavailable or reduced drastically and their prices will increase making them inaccessible in most of the countries. Reducing the consumption of fossil fuels benefits global warming and global climate change. Reducing the consumption of fossil fuels also improves the quality of air that we breath. When producing electricity using nuclear energy the required amount of fuel is less as compared to the amount of energy that is produced. This represents a significant saving on the raw materials, transportation, handling, and extraction of nuclear fuel.… Continue Reading...

Patient Care and the Affordable Care Act

Evidence Based Practice University of Illinois Evidence Based Medicine resources: Lessons Learned From the search resources I learned that in evidence based medicine, patient values comprising of their unique concerns, preferences, and expectations introduced to the clinical encounter ought to be integrated in determining the ideal care for patient. This integration will guarantee that the individual patient’s clinical state, the clinical setting and best patient outcome prevail in ideal decisions on optimal service delivery to the patient (Sackett, Rosenberg, Gray, Haynes, & Richardson, 1996). The second aspect learned is that in order to integrate Evidence-Based Nursing and clinical… Continue Reading...

National Infrastructure Protection Plan Nipp

critical infrastructure. The plan prioritizes all public and private critical infrastructure protection efforts, strategies, and resources towards reducing risk by minimizing vulnerabilities, preventing threats, and lessening the damages caused by terrorist attacks plus natural disasters. The National Infrastructure Protection Plan comes with a risk management framework which identified and built on both private and public sector programs and strategies for CIP in order to ensure the efficient deployment of important resources to protect infrastructure. According to the Department of Homeland Security (2009), protection entails all measures meant to minimize the threats or risks to critical infrastructure systems, assets, resources,… Continue Reading...

The Use Of the Lean Method

all levels through changes in health policy. Regarding healthcare professionals, they can operate efficiently through understanding effective ways of managing resources and staff. For example, the Lean approach to healthcare. In recent years, Lean has been a popular method to adopt in healthcare (D’Andreamatteo, Ianni, Lega, & Sargiacomo, 2015). What is Lean? Lean is a means to augment productivity D’Andreamatteo, Ianni, Lega, & Sargiacomo, 2015). The first departments in hospitals to adopt Lean were surgery and emergency. The themes within Lean are removing barriers, determining challenges, and identifying success factors (D’Andreamatteo, Ianni, Lega, & Sargiacomo, 2015). These themes highlight what… Continue Reading...

Rousseau Social Contract Theory

many countries, often political leaders are far from qualified, yet still get elected due to resources and popularity. Rousseau’s version of social contract theory has a social aspect to it that provides a better context to analyze what parts of the theory may provide a basis for resolution of modern political problems. Some key terms to understand involve social contract theory. For example, social contract is an understood arrangement between members of society to collaborate in exchange of social benefits. A contract is an agreement or rule-based relationship among at least two bodies. The State of Nature represents the… Continue Reading...

Marketing Distribution Issues

for an organization; (d) whenever a company needs to identify where it is wasting resources and being inefficient—the marketing audit can reveal ways in which the company could save bundles of money by simply marketing products and services more effectively; and (e) whenever a company aims to re-energize a campaign and bring a burst of new spirit to the effort (Cook, 2016). 2.You are the market research director for a consumer product company. You have been asked to evaluate China as a potential market for your company’s products and begin a search of secondary data. What are types of… Continue Reading...

Yasuni National Park

populations with the environment has historically been harmonious. All along, they have mostly made use of natural resources for their own convenience, i.e. as a source of clothing, shelter, as well as food and medicine. Thanks to modern-day encroachment, the role the indigenous groups have been playing as far as conservation is concerned has been on the decline. Today, timber harvesting as well as illegal hunting threaten sustainability efforts (McFarland, 2017). It is important to note that despite the fact that hunting has been an important ancestral and cultural activity of the Waorani for a long time, various species… Continue Reading...

The Challenge Of Doctors Without Borders

by so many who suffer from the international conflicts that arise between superpowers vying for control of resources in foreign lands. Doctors without Borders is a special kind of organization that the world needs more of—not less of. So when their hospitals are attacked it goes without saying that supporters of the group call such attacks war crimes, and rightly so. The U.S.’s own investigation into the attack ultimately called it the result of “human error” (Arsalai), but with today’s precision missiles and GPS-guided attacks it is hard to understand how this type of “collateral damage” can be swept… Continue Reading...

Commercials and the Media

R. W., Ahrens, S., Heimlich, J. E., Murphy, T. P., & Roth, C. E. (2002). resources in review. The Journal of Environmental Education, 33(2), 39-44. Jones, E. Michael. Libido Dominandi: Sexual Liberation and Political Control. St. Augustine’s Press, 2000. Nava, Mica. "Consumerism and its contradictions." Cultural Studies 1.2 (1987): 204-210. Prensky, Marc. "Digital natives, digital immigrants part 1." On the horizon 9.5 (2001): 1- 6. Whybrow, Peter C. "Dangerously Addictive. Why we are biologically ill-suited to the riches of modern America?." Neuropsychiatria i Neuropsychologia 4.3-4 (2009): 111. Appendix Happy Meal Commercial McDonald's April 2018 National Geographic Kids Weird but true! YouTube, 2018. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i3hx5rNQj3E Tekken 4 Commercial. YouTube, 2006.… Continue Reading...

Fema and Hurricane Katrina

requiring that these requests be procedurally correct and detailed, the DOD slowed their ability to pre-position resources” (E-PARCC Collaborative Governance Initiative, 2008, p. 3). In order to overcome challenges like this, leaders have to be better prepared and that means they have to have experience, vision, singleness of purpose and a spirit of mission that unifies all stakeholders and informs them of their duties (Samaan & Verneuil, 2009). 3 Significant Issues for an IA Leader Information sharing, coordination of effort, and managing personnel directed by various leaders are the three significant issues for an IA leader to address when… Continue Reading...

The Importance Of Communications As a Critical Infrastructure

communications infrastructure means protecting the actual physical landscape: the two billion miles of cable and other tangible resources too (Bush, 2003, p. 9). Yet communications security also means the continual upgrading of resources to maintain information security and ensure clear, rapid, secure communications. In the National Strategy, communication is also framed as a multifaceted concern that spans all industries, agencies, and sectors. Commercial activity, information sharing, and public health and safety all depend on secure and reliable communications infrastructure. Therefore, all stakeholders have a responsibility to maintain their own network integrity, to remain committed to information sharing and honesty,… Continue Reading...

Fedex Organizational Design

responsible for oversight of regional operations, but also for national-level marketing. Human resources is done at the regional and station levels. Finance is done at the national level, but each station will make its own contribution. The work cascades upwards under this structure. Because each role has very specific and clearly defined span of control, each person in the company has specific performance targets and best practices that have been documented to ensure a consistent standard of performance. There is little to no role ambiguity within the company. This enables work to be done, and each person to understand… Continue Reading...

Dante’s Purgatory

war as a consequence of the desire to acquire more – be it natural resources or capture new territories. It is for this reason that I deemed avarice as being a ‘greater’ evil than pride – and should, therefore, attract a heavier punishment. Essentially, avarice invalidates and nullifies “any other good,” resulting in the loss of “our chance for righteous works” (Mandelbaum, 1982, p. 170). Merely lying on the floor with feet and hands bound together does not appear as painful as constantly carrying around heavy loads to the extent that the back becomes arched. Pride, as a matter… Continue Reading...

Dual Credit Programs

can participate in sensible and effective resource allocation, human resources development, and opportunities for improving the state economy through improvements to the business and labor markets (Chatman & Smith, 1998). Only a few books have been included in this literature review, one of which is Fincher-Ford’s (1996) preliminary assessment of dual credit programs. The Fincher-Ford (1996) material is instrumental for outlining measurement and assessment methods that state boards of education have subsequently incorporated into their operations standards. Operational and administrative issues are evenly covered in the last several decades’ worth of literature on how to best design dual credit… Continue Reading...

Physical Security Design and Methods Of Security

measures that are intended at preventing unauthorized personnel from physical access to some space or from accessing stored resources or information (Elert & Associates, 2013). It details also the procedures put in place for the designing of structures that will help in preventing various types of attacks. Physical security is primarily intended to convince the prospective attackers that some location is essentially inaccessible and it is not worth the effort and the time to make an attempt at overcoming the different layers of defense put in place (Elert & Associates, 2013). It is difficult to achieve this level of… Continue Reading...

Wait Times and Queuing Theory

forms of technology, it may at least enhance some of the objectives of psychologically sensitive, secure, yet expedient queuing. resources Ferreira, M. A. M., & Andrade, M., Filipe, J. A., Coelho, M. P. (2011). Statistical queuing theory with some applications. International Journal of Latest Trends in Finance & Economic Sciences, 1(4), 190-185. Shortening waiting times: Six principles for improved access. (n.d.). Institute for Healthcare Improvement. Retrieved from: http://www.ihi.org/resources/Pages/ImprovementStories/ShorteningWaitingTimesSixPrin ciplesforImprovedAccess.aspx Continue Reading...

Company Strategy Merck Versus Pfizer

other organizations, thus keeping a relatively lean structure. It prided itself on its efficient use of financial resources and had a much lower R&D budget than many other of its competitors. It also did not invest very much in marketing and advertising. In the face of industry changes, it elected to focus on a much more narrow range of diseases, to better use its available finances. The focus was on producing a genuinely new drug that would generate profits before going generic. Pfizer was a much larger and more diffuse organization. It had engaged in frequent mergers and had… Continue Reading...

Flint Water Crisis

resource distribution in the United States. It has also represented a case of bleak mismanagement of precious natural resources and the inability of the United States to adequately respond to the most basic human needs. The water crisis was but a grim manifestation of decades of racist land use policies and political realities, which can be traced back to periods of segregation and the white flight to the suburban sprawl. Moreover, the Flint water crisis showcases the role government plays in colluding with polluters, with issues related to the not in my back yard (NIMBY) phenomenon also relevant in… Continue Reading...

Emirates Airlines Porters Five Forces Analysis

in the course of economic mayhem or also announce excessive prices for these resources (Rahman, Azad, and Mostari, 2015). Emirates Airlines has a strong incentive to maintain a good and healthy relationship with its suppliers because finding a new consistent and reliant supplier can be a significant challenge. In contrast, the supplier can easily find other buyers that are capable of achieving the similar sales volumes signified by Delta. In this regard, the bargaining power of suppliers is high (DePersio, 2018). There are different strategies that Emirates Airlines can undertake to maintain a competitive advantage and strong position in… Continue Reading...

Democratic Development in Africa Challenges

being subverted. It is also important to note that in countries with immense natural and mineral resources like DRC, multinationals have significant power both at the economic and political fronts.[footnoteRef:14] In the past, the said multinationals have been accused of propping up friendly regimes with poor democratic records in an attempt to protect their economic interests. In this case, they inadvertently fuel oppression. The influence that outsiders and foreign firms have on leaders in countries like DRC is an indication of what Reno refers to as the inability to contextualize state sovereignty to the specific circumstances of their political… Continue Reading...

Emirates Airlines Pestle and Swot Analysis

within an organization aid in making of choices, instituting priorities, apportioning resources to initiative and coordinating to accomplish desired outcomes. Third, strategy aids in the delineation of accountabilities and timelines for accomplishing anticipated outcomes on the agreed strategic initiatives. Furthermore, strategy is also important for the organization in improving communication and dedication. In clarifying the visions and accountabilities, strategy aids in increasing the placement of all organizational activities and nurtures dedication at all levels. Most of all, strategy is imperative for Emirates Airlines in the provision of a framework for prevailing decision making. Taking into consideration that all decisions… Continue Reading...

Cost Efficiency in Cyber Security

of the organization, its needs and the extent to which resources are actually available. In an economic downturn, supply chains can become tight. With tariffs going up or a trade war worsening, obtaining cheap resources becomes more difficult. This has to be taken into consideration when determining a budget--i.e., that organization must look at the macro as well as the micro. The micro in this case would be to determine the individual profile and needs of the organization and how best to obtain a balance between being fiscally conservative and being technologically secure. 2. The information security function should… Continue Reading...

A Brief History Of Medicare and Medicaid

provision of high quality and healthy patient environment. References Advisory Board. (2018). Where the states stand on Medicaid expansion. Retrieved from https://www.advisory.com/daily-briefing/ resources/primers/medicaidmap Kershaw, B. (2011). The Future of Nursing – Leading Change, Advancing HealthThe Future of Nursing – Leading Change, Advancing Health. Nursing Standard, 26(7), 31-31. Piatak, J. S. (2015). Understanding the Implementation of Medicaid and Medicare: Social Construction and Historical Context. Administration & Society, 49(8), 1165-1190. Salmond, S. W., & Echevarria, M. (2017). Healthcare Transformation and Changing Roles for Nursing. Orthopaedic Nursing, 36(1), 12-25. Turner, G., & Roy, A. (2013). Why States Should Not Expand Medicaid. Retrieved from https://galen.org/2013/why-states-should-not-expand-medicaid/ Continue Reading...

Strategies to Improve Collaboration and Cooperation Between the Homeland Security Agencies

department of homeland security (DHS) controls the territorial, local, state, tribal, and federal government resources (DHS, 2018). The DHS coordinates various programs and agencies into one single and unified effort that is given to protecting the American homeland and the people. The first QHSR (Quadrennial Homeland Security Review) was completed in the year 2010 with an objective of establishing an incorporated strategy for the goals and missions of homeland security (Homeland Security, 2005). Following this, DHS carried out a BUR (Bottom up Review). The objective was to synchronize organizational structure and programmatic activities in order to effectively achieve the… Continue Reading...

Joint Function As Related to Operation Anaconda

the information meant that changes had to be made as the operation was ongoing. Increasing battle resources and calling for additional reinforcements. Support for the operation reinforces the troops and ensures that they will be able to continue with the operation. Conclusion These functions are used to accomplish missions and training. Each of the six functions plays a vital role and the functions are to be used in conjunction with each other not individually. The six warfighting functions reinforce and complement each other. Intelligence has been shown to be the most vital function as it determines the scope of… Continue Reading...

Rights Of Women and the Female Citizen

from them, ruse returned to them; they have had recourse to all the resources of their charms, and the most irreproachable man has not resisted them.” The above statements explicitly reveal the author’s opinion about women in her society. She believes women haven’t been adequately striving for what is rightfully theirs (Smith, 1971). In addition, the author intends to ensure equal treatment of all humanity. She expresses her sorrow over the abuse of Black slaves and appeals to the privileged classes of society to consider all of humanity as one single family: “it is worthy of the first free… Continue Reading...

Coastal Forests and Woodlands

and concerns from experts in the environmental field. For over a decade now, due to the abundance of resources which abound in the region, there has been global demand for the species in the coastal forests there, especially the rich and unique timbers. Many countries from Europe and Asia have been engaging in timber trades which are “not only unsustainable but are also illegal” (“Coastal East Africa”). This has resulted in the region’s loss of valuable natural resources. In the space of eight years (1997 and 2005), the growth of timber production in one of the countries in the… Continue Reading...

Nursing Shortage Essay

graduate nursing programs” were turned away due to insufficient resources including not enough faculty (Rosseter, 2017, p. 1).  The nursing shortage has affected different areas differently. In Europe, between 3,000 and 20,000 nursing vacancies each year depending on the country (Oulton, 2006). In the United States, vacancy numbers are as high as 126,000 (Oulton, 2006). In Africa, the nursing shortage is even more pernicious. There are 600,000 vacancies that need to be filled (Oulton, 2006). Nurses are needed in Africa to effectively intervene on a number of preventable public health issues including the prevention of infectious diseases.  The biggest… Continue Reading...

Impact Of Organized Crime

would allow the two departments to collaborate in the sharing of intelligence information and resources necessary in curbing of gang violence (Childress, 2012). Chicago has close to 60 gangs with more than 6000 factions splintered from the gangs. Most of the murders in 2011 involved young African-American men who in their teen age or in their early 20s. The young men were shot dead by fellow gang members in incidents that were gang related. Victims of the shooting and the killers had some history of crime related arrests. The strategy used to combat the crime was seen as reactive… Continue Reading...

Corporate Social Responsibility and Organizational Ethics

a firm to contribute their financial, economic and human resources to the society as part of their discretionary responsibilities. Firms ought to participate in philanthropic activities as part of their responsibility of being good corporate citizens (Carroll, 1979). Imperatively, when a company dedicates itself to CSR practices it is fundamentally consenting to act ethically and add to enhancing the quality of life for personnel, the local community and the society as a whole (McWilliams and Siegel, 2001). There are different examples of what TechFite has done or failed to do that have resulted in the damage of the company’s… Continue Reading...

Affordable Care Act

for employees working for more than 30 hours each week. Providers: A larger clientele has expanded the pool of resources that insurance providers are working with. • Summarize drawbacks of the ACA on each group of stakeholders. Consumers: Higher premiums, inability to pay premiums, and political controversy are the major drawbacks with ACA. The new laws were expected to make healthcare affordable but so far that has not been visible. Employers: The employer may have to pay more premiums if they have more than 50 employees working for them for more than 30 hours every week. This means that the… Continue Reading...

Financial Strategies Of Healthcare Organization

believes that the decisions coming from the finance department are limiting their ability to access critical resources or where the finance department staff think that the nurse does not appreciate the costs or budget then the hospital will not benefit from the synergy created through collaboration (American Nurse Today, 2008). The nurse is a clinical leader who is bound to make fundamental financial decisions on a daily basis. resources in the healthcare institution are always aligned with existing budget. The hospital is bound to seek prudent ways of alleviating wastage through the reduction on cost of supplies and through… Continue Reading...

Human Resources

Abstract A company’s most valuable asset is its people. Human resources refer to the people who comprise the organization. The practice of human resource management includes employee recruitment, hiring practices, employee development and retention, discipline, motivation, and to a degree, organizational culture and socialization. Human resource management also involves job or role definitions and clarifying hierarchies and relationships within an organizational structure. Ethical codes and codes of behavior may also be covered under the rubric of human resources management. Human resources departments often operate independently but in conjunction with other departments… Continue Reading...

When to Use Mixed Methods Design

using a qualitative design than a mixed methods design, as the latter could potentially drain resources that could be better used conducting the exploratory part of the investigation. However, using the mixed methods approach is useful when both qualitative data and quantitative data can be easily combined to enhance a study (Johnson & Onwuegbuzie, 2004). For example, in a health care study, interviews could be conducted with patients about their care and a survey could also be given. The interviews would provide qualitative data and the surveys would provide quantitative data. Both would complement one another: the survey could… Continue Reading...

Criminal Law and Psychopathy

author, it was also felt that on the basis of the limited resources available, only persons having realistic chances of benefiting from treatment as well as gaining access to community placement ought to have the insanity defense at their disposal. It should be noted that there are studies that have indicated that psychopaths with criminal records respond poorly to any clinical interventions. For instance, in the words of Dhingra and Boduszek, “a study of 178 treated rapists and child molesters, found that within six years of release from prison more than 80 per cent of offenders with high PCL-R… Continue Reading...

Analysing Different Security Management Issues

to consider the budget for the previous year (McCrie, 2016). There has to be a justification of resources before they are allocated any funds. resources that will benefit the company are allocated the maximum resources. This ensures that the activities that are revenue generating and critical to the company's survival will get top priority. With such a method, a company is assured that it will not lose focus on other resources or activities that might end up affecting its bottom lines. Any budget allocation is done after a risk analysis has been done to determine its ratio to cost… Continue Reading...

Hiring Practices and Ethical Legal

Abstract Human resources managers are increasingly called upon to contribute to ethical decision making in their hiring practices. Hiring policies and practices are a critical gateway to fulfilling organizational ethical commitments. Using standard screening methods like background checks or screening applicant social media accounts present ethical dilemmas, pitting the need for due diligence against the need to resist any form of discrimination in hiring. By engaging in hiring policies and practices that reflect legal ground rules and also ethical codes, human resources managers achieve… Continue Reading...

Nursing Theory Research and Practice

patient in terms of the existing scarcity of healthcare resources and her recent shift of locality into a new neighborhood. The mutually set goals by the mother and the nurse are to ensure that the mother is healthy throughout the pregnancy culminating into a successful delivery of a healthy child. The intervention set in place is the establishment and sustenance of a regular prenatal care schedule with frequent hospital visits for assessment. During the evaluation process the nurse was able to apply the Imogene King’s Theory of Goal Attainment to understand the position of the patient and the resourcesContinue Reading...

Team Development Leadership Emotional Intelligence

maintenance functions. This research offers tremendous implications for applied and theoretical research. For example, human resources managers can draw from the results of this study for more effective recruitment and employee development strategies. At the same time, workgroup team leaders can also focus on the means of improving aggregate emotional intelligence. Human resources or project managers who recognize the importance of aggregate emotional intelligence may be able to apply the findings of this research to more effective recruitment and development strategies. In fact, one of the strengths of this research is the revelation that aggregate emotional intelligence can accommodate for… Continue Reading...

Catholic Social Teaching Peace Building

formal politics. The Church could, however, serve as mediator or advocate to help garner resources, coordinate support, and provide the means by which peace infrastructure can be constructed and maintained. Moreover, peace building is the essential extension of core Catholic values and spiritual teachings, which ideally mirror the ministry of Christ. Sullivan & Pagnucco (2014) also reflect on the three assets of Church “soft power” that impact the effectiveness and scope of peace building endeavors: those three assets include theology, people power, and “enormous institutional capacity,” (p. 115). In other words, peace building is the fundamental means by which… Continue Reading...

Scarcity and Supply and Demand

country must make choices on how to use its limited resources to meet the unlimited needs and wants of its population is an economic theory that takes into consideration the fact that supply and demand is what moves markets; in times of scarcity, demand equilibrium is unbalanced and prices rise until that balance is achieved. This makes it so that some goods are priced beyond the point where ordinary consumers could reasonably expect to obtain them. If this happened for such basic goods as food like grain or milk, scarcity would drive the country into a state of starvation… Continue Reading...

Human Resources Management in Nonprofit Organizations

or effectiveness of the organization, the non-profit does use different employee management strategies and techniques. Human resources management strategies used in nonprofit firms often do mirror those used in their for-profit counterparts. For example, motivation, employee engagement, training and professional development are all major issues for human resources managers no matter what their sector. The literature on human resources management in non-profit organizations is extensive in general, but few studies have applied qualitative methods to assess the actual HRM practices used in nonprofits. Similarly, few studies have used qualitative methods to determine HRM and employee perceptions of employee training… Continue Reading...

Medicare Access Reauthorization Act or Macra

in the MIPS partially accounts for differences in the risk of the patients will effectively move the resources to providers taking care of low risk patients from the ones taking care of high-risk patients, whether the providers carry the increased costs in enhancing quality for patients at a high-risk or if they get penalties from not acting that way. Risk adjustment which is not adequate also inaugurate incentives for the providers to draw patients who are at a low risk, and shifting their attention and resources away from enhancing the existing patients’ health (McWilliams, 2017). References Deloitte Development. (2016).… Continue Reading...

Health Care Policy Change

countries. This said the poor countries only command less than 10% global healthcare resources (Da Silva, 2008). This is evident in the slow development of the poor countries because of the poor health and loss of life for the productive young people. African children who are less than 5 years have seven times greater chances of dying than children from Europe. In similar manner people aged between 15 years and 59 years of age from Africa have a 4.5 times higher chance of dying than the people living in Europe. Maternal mortality in Africa is 16 times more than… Continue Reading...

Netflix Company Analysis

it can pay its debt when they come due and still have remaining resources. Cash and other resources of the organization Netflix has the right amount of cash and other resources to fuel future growth. The organization has over 117 million subscribers across just about every nation across the globe, and hires more than 5,500 individuals in the present day. It generated an amount exceeding $11 billion in revenue in the 2017 financial, and is presently worth around $135 billion, more than most of its major media competitors. Furthermore, Netflix has $8 billion set aside for content this coming… Continue Reading...

High Working Performance in Organizations

University). Noe, H., & Gerhert, W. (2003). Acquiring and Preparing Human resources: Planning for and Recruiting Human resources. New York: Routledge. Richardson, F. W. (2014). Enhancing strategies to improve workplace performance. Walden University. Sengupta, N., Bhattacharya, M. S., & Sengupta, R. N. (2006). Managing change in organizations. PHI Learning Pvt. Ltd.. Silcox, S. (2016). Johnson & Johnson leads the way on holistic employee wellbeing. Personnel Today. Retrieved from: https://www.personneltoday.com/hr/johnson-johnson-leads-way-holistic-employee-wellbeing/ Trammell, J. (2014). 10 Practical Ways to Promote a High-Performance Culture. Entrepreneur. Retrieved from: https://www.entrepreneur.com/article/237648 Truss, C., Alfes, K., Delbridge, R., Shantz, A., & Soane, E. (Eds.). (2013). Employee engagement in theory and… Continue Reading...

Uae and Japan Relations

regard, U.S. analysts report that, “Scarce in critical natural resources, Japan has long been dependent on imported energy and raw materials. After the complete shutdown of Japan’s nuclear reactors following the earthquake and tsunami disaster in 2011, Japan's industrial sector has become even more dependent than before on imported fossil fuels” (Japan economy, 2019, para. 4). Indeed, Japan is one of the UAE’s most important export partners, and accounts for nearly 10% of its annual export trade (UAE economy, 2019). Likewise, Japan has become one of the largest economies in the world and its revenue levels are expected to… Continue Reading...

Dana Incorporated Implementing Change

and engineering problems to be solved. Doing all these will consume most of the available resources and need implementing deliberate planning. Organizational change of Dana Incorporated is important for the health of employees. Therefore, management must recognize and set a stage for its success. Vision change provides a sense of being and enduring purpose. Visions transcends day-to-day activities despite incorporating measures a day’s success. Vision empowers and encourages leader to implement change especially by proving meaning in both the future and present. Globalization is an example of vision change. Globalization causes an increased competition rate especially for the quality… Continue Reading...

Transformational Leadership and Transactional Leadership

facing at the time. In the current work environment, transformational leaders help their teams define their challenges, identify the resources they need and the resources available, inspire visions, and motivate their team members to perform at their best. This process also helps their team members grow as people as well as in their skill-sets (Burns, 1978). A great example of someone who executed transformational leadership well is Martin Luther King Jr. Martin Luther King Jr. was an American civil rights leader who inspired millions of people to action to take steps towards the end of racism. His unusual but… Continue Reading...

Social Psychology

leaders in education are in charge of the policies and ethical guidelines governing human resources training programs. Likewise, administrators and leaders in educational institutions implement leadership strategies and managerial styles that can create the ideal organizational culture and environment conducive for support and anti-bullying. Teachers can learn how to recognize the early warning signs and micro-aggressions, or to detect when students may be vulnerable to being victims and offer support or interventions that can help rather than just ignoring those students. School counselors will also be on the front lines of anti-bullying intervention strategies. Counselors need to be more… Continue Reading...

Safety and Spills Prevention

what expectations the mayor of the city might have as to the expertise, capabilities, resources, or anything else an individual or agency might contribute. In no particular order, the organizations that would either provide a representative to sit on the commission or that would provide information to the commission are listed in the following categories: · Rail line integrity: · 1) Short Line Safety Institute · 2) American Short Line and Regional Railroad Association · Prevention of Hazardous Spills: · 3) Spill Control Association of America · 4) Occupational Safety and Health Administration · Hazardous Environment: · 5) Environmental… Continue Reading...

Elder Abuse Among Patients

to increase their knowledge. References Advisory Board. (2018). Geriatrics implementation strategy guide. Retrieved from https://www.advisory.com/research/service-line-strategy-advisor/ resources/2014/geriatrics-implementation-strategy Baer, R. A. (2003).  Mindfulness training as a clinical intervention: a conceptual and empirical review. Clinical Psychology: Science and Practice, 10(2), 125-143. Evans, C. S., Hunold, K. M., Rosen, T., & Platts?Mills, T. F. (2017). Diagnosis of elder abuse in US emergency departments. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, 65(1), 91-97. Jackson, S. L. (2016). All elder abuse perpetrators are not alike: the heterogeneity of elder abuse perpetrators and implications for intervention. International journal of offender therapy and comparative criminology, 60(3), 265-285. McNicoll, L. (2017). Geriatric co-management as a service line: spreading co-… Continue Reading...

Emergency Response and Management

process that entails development of a cooperative, coordinated process of dealing with urgent situations using available resources. Generally, this process is exploratory in nature and culminates in development of a plan that offers general procedures for management of unforeseen impacts. According to Alexander (2015), emergency planning basically entails preparing systematically for probable contingencies in the future such as major disasters and incidents. When creating emergency operation plans (EOPs), national strategies like the National Response Framework (NRF) and National Incident Management System (NIMS) should be taken into consideration. These national strategies provide guidance and a framework for creation of emergency… Continue Reading...

Deaf Culture

the efficacy or value of sign language altogether, thereby cutting themselves off from any social resources or the opportunity for emotional intimacy. Not all isolated people choose to be so; socialization is what led to their lack of language education. They do not know what resources are available, and may not even be aware of the existence of a Deaf culture: which seems unlikely in a world connected via technology (Hoffman & Andrews, 2016). Elliot remains honest through her journey, showing how “isms” like phonocentrism exist within the Deaf community itself. For example, the author explains both the hidden… Continue Reading...

Nursing Turnover and Leadership

new path and getting everyone to “buy in” to it. Managing focuses on scheduling, controlling, directing, marshaling resources, organizing, and communicating the day-to-day affairs. Leaders take a big picture approach that lets them then focus on the individuals under their care. Managers take a micro perspective that allows them to set personal feelings aside and arrange those under their care in the most effective ways possible. I would expect nursing leaders and managers to approach the issue of turnover differently. Leaders should approach it by getting to understand directly from the nurses what the problems leading to their desire… Continue Reading...

Doctors Without Borders and Clean Water Crisis

supply and sanitation, in addition to better management of water resources, can increase nations’ economic growth and can add greatly to poverty alleviation. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), water that is contaminated in tandem with poor sanitation are associated with the transmission of diseases, for instance, diarrhea, cholera, typhoid, dysentery, and polio. Missing, insufficient, or unsuitably managed water and sanitation services leads to the exposure of persons to preventable health risks. This is especially the instance in regions and health care establishments where patients as well as members of staff are placed at greater risk of infection… Continue Reading...

Leadership and the Issue Of Ethics

that are important to its business by donating time and resources to the needy within the community. This is what it means to be an ethical leader in the community: you put others before yourself. It is the essence of servant leadership, which CEOs like Richard Branson show routinely (De Vries, 1998). This is why I would insist that our organization engage in promoting volunteer work and outreach. References Coleman, L. (2016). The Mutual Fund Industry: Structure and Conduct. In Applied Investment Theory (pp. 121-129). Palgrave Macmillan, Cham. De Vries, M. F. K. (1998). Charisma in action: The transformational abilities of… Continue Reading...

Hypercapitalism and the Yellow Vests

their needs. From the standpoint of dependency theory, which posits that resources flow from the developing world (where labor is cheap) to the developed world (where the ruling classes are wealthy), globalization can be seen as a form of hypercapitalism as it allows for the exploitation of the developing world, at the expense of both the workers abroad (who are paid very little) and the workers at home (who are left without jobs but taxed extensively nonetheless because of state-sponsored social welfare programs required to ensure that people at home have the benefits they want and expect). The outcome… Continue Reading...

Business Ethics Practices Compliance Auditing

and evaluation. An ineffective training program is a waste of company resources, and can eventually harm the organization’s reputation if it does not achieve goals such as emissions reduction or a reduction in pollutants. Organizations that have the power to impact public policy can also participate more broadly in the compliance auditing process within their sector. Training Goals The goals of an ethics training program will be to align the company’s business practices at all levels and from all departments with the company’s mission, vision, and values. If necessary, the organization may need to revamp its mission, vision, and… Continue Reading...

Understanding Supply Chain Management

management, which will produce heightened quality management of these resources. Specifically, there is an opportunity to improve the management of various supplies necessary for the power grids, design materials, and other infrastructural necessities for AADC to operate at maximum capacity. There is definite, causal correlation between how AADC’s supply chain is monitored, annotated, and implemented, and the overall efficacy of its distribution network. Quite simply, the latter depends upon the former. To truly denote what aspect of the supply chain presents the biggest opportunity for AADC to improve its quality management, it is important to consider the lead time… Continue Reading...

Why Don T We Listen Better Book Review

that will bring me closer to God. References Housel, D.J. (2001). Developing Listening Skills. Westminster, CA: Teacher Created resources. Petersen, J.C. (2015). Why Don't We Listen Better? Communicating & Connecting in Relationships. Tigard, OR: Petersen Publications. Continue Reading...

Microeconomics

Petrolo will not have to risk their own financial resources whilst conducting the oil exploration and pumping process. Therefore, there is less fiscal or monetary risk borne by the government. Secondly, there will be mutual interests between the private internal companies and the government of Petrolo. That is, both of these parties have hope that the exploration and oil pumping will result in substantial amounts of oil. In this regard, the government will be able to offer licensing terms to the international companies that are attractive enough to take up the risk but at the same time maximize government… Continue Reading...

Analysis Of Six Themes in Entrepreneurship

a future circumstance that is both needed and achievable, irrespective of the resources that are presently under the control of the entrepreneur. In delineation, opportunities are objective actualities in the sense that they are existent aside from the entrepreneur and therefore, they can be discovered by more than one individual. In spite of the fact that opportunity acknowledgement is subjective to the person, opportunities themselves are deemed to be objective phenomena that are not recognized by all parties every time (Maastricht School of Management, 2018: Theme 2). Opportunities await to be discovered and different aspects elucidate who discovered such… Continue Reading...

Positive and Negative Stress in the Workplace

advice, ensuring that employees have access to the proper equipment and resources necessary for succeeding in their job roles and organizing job functions in an orderly manner so as to ease decision-making processes. 5.3 Categories of Supervisory Models Supervision models are classified into three, based on their typical features. These classes are the developmental models, psychotherapy-based models, social role models and the integrative models (Aten et al., 2008). 5.4 The Stress Response Cannon’s (1915) groundbreaking study on the physical effect of emotions such as fear and rage has formed the basic framework of the stress response. He discovered that… Continue Reading...

Managing the Automation Industry

teams operate. As a result, this instigates self-organization, efficacious utilization of resources and cognizance. The key advantage that Toyota enjoys is the enhancement of quality of the final product in addition to ascertaining that the project team continues being motivated by understanding precisely what to and not being overwhelmed with a massive flow of incoming tasks (Nazaruk, 2018). Inventory Management General Motors In terms of inventory management, General Motors makes use of an integrated, web-oriented system that satisfies parts needs majority of the time. The company accomplishes this by tracking and tracing which parts are utilized on a daily… Continue Reading...

Organizational Development Role and Function

development plays a fundamental role in facilitating organizational change. Organizational development is the use of organizational resources to develop effectiveness and increase productivity. It can be used to resolve difficulties within the organization or as a way to examine a process and find a more effective way of doing it. The process of organizational development ascertains areas of company processes where change is required. Each need is examined, and the possible effects are planned into a change management plan. Imperatively, the plan shapes the precise ways in which the change will advance and enhance company practices and operations, which… Continue Reading...

Africa and Cultural Studies

Self-reliance will be defined by countries’ independent and assertive policies to develop on their own merit, resources, and capacity. The focus of the study will be on how national policy does support or is antithetical to traditional practices—so it will assume a national level analysis and how nations support or do not support informal forms of associations as well as customary practices among local self-groups and religious institutions. Insights I have gained from previous work include the role of literacy as an important factor in social and economic development. For example, according to Steven Radelet, the Central African Republic… Continue Reading...

Challenges Of Command and Control Leadership

BOMBARD, P., GENTILE, M. & BRADFORD, B. 2015. Millennial generation perceptions of value-centered leadership principles. Journal of Human resources in Hospitality & Tourism, 14, 382-397. SMITH, T. D., ELDRIDGE, F. & DEJOY, D. M. 2016. Safety-specific transformational and passive leadership influences on firefighter safety climate perceptions and safety behavior outcomes. Safety science, 86, 92-97. WOODS, P. A. 2016. Authority, power and distributed leadership. Management in Education, 30, 155-160.   Continue Reading...

New Equipment Development on Operation Influence Of Air Force

final analysis, the relevance of ensuring that the effectiveness of the available resources is optimized cannot be overstated. This is more so the case when it comes to not only the recapitalization, but also the development of new and better USAF’s inventory. References Fino, S.A. (2017). Tiger Check: Automating the US Air Force Fighter Pilot in Air-to-Air Combat, 1950–1980. Baltimore: JHU Press. Jaffer, J. (Ed.). (2016). The Drone Memos: Targeted Killing, Secrecy, and the Law. New York, NY: The New Press. Laslie, B.D. (2015). The Air Force Way of War: U.S. Tactics and Training after Vietnam. Lexington, Kentucky: University Press… Continue Reading...

Evaluating a Health Program

initiative and the fidelity with which it is delivered. They assess the initiative at the level of resources/inputs and outputs and determine the effectiveness of the administrative functions of the program” (p. 192). The formative evaluation gives a sense of what has been done and what still needs to be done. Were the evaluation taking place at the end of the initiative, a process evaluation would be more appropriate. Table 1. Evaluation Questions Evaluation Questions Formative Outcome Were all the components of the plan implemented? What is the knowledge of Alzheimer’s among the participating population and what is their… Continue Reading...

Army Leadership Issues

the military in general may improve its organizational culture and human resources practices, to ensure the ongoing recruitment and retention of top performers. Personal experiences also shed light on the importance of ethical leadership, particularly in hierarchical organizations like the army. I had the pleasure once of training under a senior officer who worked within the servant leadership framework. The servant leadership framework, which is typically contextualized under the rubric of spiritual leadership theory, resituates the role of the leader vis-a-vis the organization (Fry, Vitucci & Cedillo, 2005). Increasingly taking root within the ranks of Army leaders, servant leadership… Continue Reading...

Enable Professional and Community Collaboration

in Learning and Leisure Environments (ENABLE), European Toolkit for Schools. Retrieved, 30 October, 2018, from https://www.schooleducationgateway.eu/en/pub/ resources/toolkitsforschools/detail.cfm?n=2944stopbullying.gov (n.d). Facts About Bullying, A federal government website managed by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services 200 Independence Avenue, S.W. Washington, D.C. 2020. Retrieved, 30 October, 2018, from https://www.stopbullying.gov/media/facts/index.html   Continue Reading...

Theory on Memory and Attention

episodic memory, unlike implicit perceptual memory, may require the availability of cognitive modulating resources in the parietal and frontal regions. In a recent study, an intensive task that was designed to engage the working memory was founded to have to influence on the PPA (Parahippocampal place area) responses to the background scenes that were not relevant to the task (Badre et.al 2005). This is in contrast to the fact that the capacity to carry out some demanding tasks relies heavily on the capacity to hold/ retain some information related to the task for some time in the working memory… Continue Reading...

Gender Status Impact Access to Social Political and Economic Resources

to unfair land rights, besides encountering obstacles when it comes to accessing resources and even their own inheritance. That is not to say that males (adult as well as minor) are never faced with such challenges (consider the example of first sons inheriting more as compared to their younger brothers). Furthermore, right to resource access can also end up impacting people’s ability of accessing other services. For instance, a female’s limited rights or lack of property ownership can render her unable to gain access to credit, since lands are typically utilized in the form of collateral. Attaining more equitable… Continue Reading...

Conflict and Negotiation the Bophuthatswana Crisis Of 1994

the cold war although Klare (2001) believes that modern conflicts will be based on the scramble for limited natural resources. Galtung (1990) defines cultural violence as any cultural aspect that might be employed for the purpose of legitimizing violence in its structural or direct form. According to Galtung (1990) symbolic violence cultivated in a culture isn’t deadly as direct violence or the kind of violence that is cultivated into cultural structure. Violence is a tool used to legitimize one or both aspects. Sagan & Valentino (2015) found that the commitment by the public to principles of due care, proportionality,… Continue Reading...

Nursing Metaparadigm

may be forgotten as a result. With this in mind, using the resources of medical ethics and the legal system, Susie discusses the possibility of a DNR (do not resuscitate) order with Vivian. Susie empowers the patient with knowledge that Vivian can understand, despite Vivian’s weakened state, and allows Vivian to know that despite the external pressures of the environment in which Vivian, Vivian still has autonomy. The definition of health (or wellness) embraced by Susie is one in which the patient is still capable of enjoying her life and meaningful activities. By the end of the play, Vivian… Continue Reading...

Justification Of the State

problems in such states is that there are no sufficient manpower resources to offer effective service in the military, police and other such services. In fact, where units of such services exist, they are widely viewed as part of the problem afflicting the people. The reasons for the perceptions are broad. They may be viewed as corrupt or supporting criminal gangs that operate counter to the wishes of the wider society. They may also be tools used by the existing regime to oppress the masses. Such units have a record of violating human rights. There have been many efforts… Continue Reading...

Economic Disadvantages and Respiratory Issues

exist in accessing healthcare (Sahni et al., 2017). Availability of resources Below some resources available in Florida that could be useful in this particular regard: · CDC is financially supporting the health departments in Connecticut, Georgia, California, Florida, Indiana, Hawaii, Maine, Illinois, Minnesota, Massachusetts, Missouri, Michigan, New Hampshire, New York, Montana, New Mexico, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Oregon, Utah, Puerto Rice, Rhode Island, Wisconsin, and Vermont to guarantee the availability of as well the access to policy-based pharmacotherapy and medical management for anyone with asthma and also to deal with the intersection of healthcare and public health via financing national organizations and… Continue Reading...

Managerial Accounting and Business Ethics

the pertinent legislations and codes of practice. As a provider of business needs with scarce resources, there is the need to have the capability to make a distinction between the appropriate and inappropriate way of taking expense into account when making decisions regarding practices and processes of clients. In the contemporary business setting, the role that is played by accountants is significant. The data and information that they provide is pivotal in helping managers, investors, together with other stakeholders in making important economic decisions. In view of that, ethical indecencies by accountants can have an adverse impact to the… Continue Reading...

International Law and World Government

members to achieve their interests in conflict areas with natural oil resources such as the case of Kuwait. Such a move has been contrasted with the case of Rwanda which does not have similar resources but experienced genocide (City, 2015. 2). Another area of criticism directed at the Security Council has to do with the veto power of the permanent members of the council. As matters stand right now, a single veto from any of the members will stall any action the Council may have intended to take. Thus, it is about the objection of a single country, as… Continue Reading...

The American Dream Today

Robin DiAngelo states, there is “a system that ensures an unequal distribution of resources between racial groups” (261)—and most of the benefits of resources go to those who are white. The social system was not set up to benefit blacks or Asians or Latinos. A higher percentage of blacks are in jail than whites. Blacks have always had a hard time in America—from slavery to Jim Crow to now. There has not really been much opportunity for them to pursue the American Dream. It was set up to benefit people like Benjamin Franklin. Blacks were enslaved at that time.… Continue Reading...

Case Study Of Copper Coil

of a distributed organizational model which takes into account having functions such as human resources, accounts payable and receivable, and sales being handled primarily at the plant level with some coordination at the corporate level. Turnover is an imperative aspect to be taken into consideration by any corporation. This is largely owing to the reason that is correlated with different organizational elements such as job satisfaction, individual and organizational performance and also organizational success. Maintaining low turnover is important not only to guarantee steadiness within the organization, but also to avoid excessive costs in hiring. Leaders should take time… Continue Reading...

Nursing Burnout Issue at a Facility

Uganda: International Health Sciences University. Nurse.com. (2019, January 30). Evidence-based practice in a clinical setting. Retrieved from https:// resources.nurse.com/evidence-based-practice-in-a-clinical-setting Appendix – Questionnaire 1. Do you have trouble sleeping at night? 2. How often do you eat? 3. How often do you exercise? 4. How often do you think about work? 5. Do you have little sense of achievement? 6. How often do you feel negative thoughts at work? 7. Do you feel like you are losing control at work? 8. Do you have trouble completing work related task? 9. Do you feel exhausted at work? 10. Do you feel overwhelmed at… Continue Reading...

Operation Anaconda

the premise for commanders to supervise subordinates. Commanders use mission orders to allocate resources, assign tasks, and provide broad guidance in relation to the desired military end state and results. On the other hand, subordinates are required to obey mission orders as they perform their tasks. In Operation Anaconda, some subordinates did not follow mission orders given the multi-headed command structure that lacked unity of command. The failure to follow mission orders is evident in changes that were made by some subordinates close to and during the operation. The multiple forces responded to multiple commanders, which eventually generated problems… Continue Reading...

Personal Social Status and Culture

mutilation” (2018) FGM frequently asked questions. United Nations Population Funds (UNFPA). https://www.unfpa.org/ resources/female-genital-mutilation-fgm-frequently-asked-questions#whatisfgm “Igbo.” Countries and Their Cultures Forum https://www.everyculture.com/wc/Mauritania-to-Nigeria/Igbo.html Nwogwu, M.I. (2015). The Legal Anatomy Of Cultural Widowhood Practices In South Eastern Nigeria: The Need For A Panacea. Global Journal of Politics and Law Research, 3, (1), 79-90.http://www.eajournals.org/wp-content/uploads/The-Legal-Anatomy-of-Cultural-Widowhood-Practices-in-South-Eastern-Nigeria-The-Need-for-a-Panacea.pdf Uzoamaka, E. Achunam, N. Obiageli, F.E., Amobi, L.I. (2018). The Epidemiology of Female Genital Mutilation in Nigeria-A Twelve Year Review. Researchgate. https://www.researchgate.net/publication/324825410_The_Epidemiology_of_Female_Genital_Mutilation_in_Nigeria-A_Twelve_Year_Review   Continue Reading...

Learning Culture and Memory

problems. Therefore, language development can affect the success of a student. Based on the resources and my current knowledge, I believe I could develop areas of language acquisition, personally, that would be beneficial to me, my loved ones and friends (Ashford University Library). WEEK 5 DISCUSSION (2) The unfamiliar vocabulary to me or might be to my peers that was used is conservative learning. From this week’s content and research, some of the words used in the context of learning and cognition are acquisition, encoding, anomia, aphasia and coding. Acquisition is the process of developing language competence. Encoding refers… Continue Reading...

Black Power and Black Feminism

the issue. She uses the politics of empowerment as another way to explore the theme. She is never without resources and is under no obligation to provide her thesis within a pre-determined number of words. Indeed, it is clear that the more words and examples and theories and facts she gives, the more illuminated the theme becomes. It stands out by the end of the book like a bright light that one cannot get away from no matter where one looks. That is what makes her approach so helpful. It is so powerful and direct that it begins to… Continue Reading...

Dnp Essentials

be in a state of continual assessment of the needs of the community and the resources that are available to them to fill those needs. The nurse must advocate for policy that shapes finance, regulation, delivery, social justice, equity, and ethical policies on all levels of the healthcare system (AACN, 2006). It is also important to assess how to be effective and serve the greatest good. Sometimes, this may mean working on a grass roots level in the local community. At other times, it could mean something such as testifying before a legislative committee to educate and bring awareness… Continue Reading...

Conflict Mapping in South Sudan

and metamorphism from a political dispute to ethnic tribal cleansing as the ethnic tribes compete for resources (Dessalegn, 2017). Human rights violation has been extensively reported in South Sudan in the advent of the chronic war. 3. Conflict Dynamics The conflict claimed more than 50,000 lives and left hundreds of thousands of displaced (Blanchard, 2016). At independence, infrastructure and institutions and socio-economic systems were highlight fragile with limited capacity to withstand eruption of civil conflict (King, 2015). Hence, the severe impact of the 2013-2015 conflict. Blanchard (2016) reports that the UN classifies South Sudan as ‘”level 3” humanitarian emergencies.… Continue Reading...

Globalization and International Political Economy

an increase in the economy should foster equal sharing of resources, ecological conservancy as well as social accountability. Lack of equal sharing of resources as well as unfair treatment in the society are the causes of social upheavals experienced in countries. What was experienced in the Arab Spring upheavals only goes to show that there is a clear division between the impoverished and the affluent as each class seeks to fight for the nation’s resources. As such, the root cause of these issues should be identified and nabbed. (Mingst and Arreguin 2011. 169) 2- Reasoning with clear ideas and… Continue Reading...

Nursing Leadership and Competency Evaluation

including delivering evidence-based superior-quality nursing practice; safe healthcare; fairness; an explicit long-term vision; ample human resources; and equal opportunity (Seitovirta, 2017). Metaphorically, I perceive leadership to be a powerful train, whose passengers are healthcare employees and their clients (or patients). In the absence of passengers, the ride becomes irrelevant. Furthermore, in the absence of a locomotive, nobody can get anywhere. For guaranteeing a fast, hassle-free journey, the train ought to be maintained in sound working condition and upgraded whenever possible. Hence, in my view, self-management becomes a prerequisite for successful nursing staff, administration, and managers. By means of self-management,… Continue Reading...

Resistance to Technological Change

senior management. There was, it seems, a failure to anticipate the troubles she would have, and therefore the resources she needed to have from senior management – specifically their direct involvement in establishing her credibility and vision, and actively countering resistance to change – were lacking. Many studies have established that leadership is critical to driving change, so that absent this leadership, change is much less likely to succeed (Gilley, Gilley & McMillan, 2009). The students also play a key role. The case mentions that the students were enthusiastic adopters of the new technology. This of course could be… Continue Reading...

Intervention Plan for Valuing Diversity

be a success, the following areas have to be put factored in. Available resources The plan to make an intervention plan for valuing diversity will demand some resources. First, the unavoidable resources are the ones needed during the training. To ensure that the employees are well conversant with the importance of valuing diversity, there will be a need to train them for several days (Reeves & Haanaes, 2015). This will necessitate expenses such as their daily allowances, budget to purchase equipment and other components needed in the conducting of the training. There will be finances needed to be set aside… Continue Reading...

Intervention for Improving Grades

initiatives that can close the achievement gap. The behaviors that contribute to this issue are a failure of adequate resources to be evenly distributed among schools and also a failure of students to be challenged and provided with the type of emotional and social support needed to succeed. Theoretical perspectives from social psychology that are relevant to this issue include self-affirmation theory, which “proposes that reminding people of diverse, positive aspects of themselves can lead people to see negative events and information as less threatening and reduce stress and thus help people function more effectively” (Yeager & Walton, 2011, p.… Continue Reading...

Public Administration Government and Interagency Relationships

that security protocols are in place. Interagency partnerships help to create human resources standards that can improve the way employees respond to crises, and also improve training and employee development practices throughout numerous agencies. Finally, interagency collaboration is cost effective. As long as redundancy is reduced in the formation of interagency alliances, partnerships are cost-effective because they allow each agency to determine its own approach to allocating resources to tasks. References Byles, J.A. (1985). Problems in interagency collaboration: lessons from a project that failed. Child Abuse and Neglect 9(4): 549-554. Hagen, J.D. (2006). Interagency collaboration challenges among homeland security… Continue Reading...

Implementation Process Fall Reduction Project

the identified areas of concern being leadership and management, human resources, quality assurance processes, communication, physical design, and policy drafting. 1.1.2. Prioritization of Improvement Opportunities Here, the most critical improvement opportunities were identified. This was particularly important given that an attempt to tackle all the identified issues at the same time was likely to be overwhelming and therefore prone to failure. For this reason, only a few interventions were identified as being worthy of immediate attention. The identified areas of concern that were taken into consideration on this front were inclusive of · Leadership and management · Human resourcesContinue Reading...

Upsa Members and Ltc Choices

is under Medicare covering. This is however not detailed in LTC. Personal resources like life insurance and savings can be used to fund LTC. Out of pocket payments are common for people entering nursing homes. Often, the patients who stay for long in nursing homes become Medicaid eligible (WebMD, 2019). Fundamental LTC information can be acquired from SHIP (State Health Insurance Program). From SHIP information regarding Medicaid, Medicare, Managed care, and other health insurance plans that supplement Medicare can be obtained (WebMD, 2019). References GetPallicativeCare.org (2019). What Is Palliative Care? Retrieved 5 March, 2019 from https://getpalliativecare.org/whatis/ MedicineNet (2018). Medical… Continue Reading...

Challenges Of Globalization

depended on infrastructure, and undeveloped nations did not have the resources to develop the type of infrastructure necessary to create technological advances.  Newer technology does not rely on infrastructure in the same way and is also not as expensive to maintain.  This had really narrowed the technological gap that once existed between countries.   Globalization has also led to an increase in innovation.  The fact that creators from different spaces can come together to collaborate in virtual environments removes many of the traditional barriers to collaboration and innovation.  In addition, globalization increases competition, and competition has always been a… Continue Reading...

Organizational Consulting for Development Interventions

on other factors such as diversity management and human resources. To be “vital to an organization,” as they should be, consultants listen to multiple stakeholders and apply creative and critical thinking to advising and teaching (Phillips, Trotter & Phillips, 2015, p. 1). Deciding on a course of action or strategy will also involve adopting commutations strategies that suit the situation. References Phillips, J.J., Trotter, W.D. & Phillips, P.P. (2015). The role and importance of internal and external consulting. In Phillips, Trotter & Phillips (Eds.) Maximizing the value of consulting. https://doi.org/10.1002/9781119154846.ch1 How does benchmarking add validity to organizational interventions and… Continue Reading...

Effectiveness Of a Gsk Acquisition Of Sirtris

to be implemented without disrupting the organizational culture of Sirtris. A second issue was related to human resources, both with regards to recruiting new talent and retaining existing staff. The scientists who would have been drawn to working for a radical innovator like Sitrtris might not be as enamored by working for GSK, for example. Integrating the drug discovery process into a common whole also proved to be a major drawback in the acquisition. (e) However, the reformed GSK discovery process ultimately proved effective. The acquisition of Sirtris’s unique approach to drug development helped reform the GSK processes of… Continue Reading...

Tesla and the Global Market

factors include the fact that Tesla is no longer in possession of unique resources when it comes to the EV. Other manufacturers are developing batteries and technology that can give their cars as much torque and distance as the Tesla. Technological competition is thus going to be stiff going forward. Environmental factors include the fact that the world’s leaders want to turn to green energy thanks to the Paris Accord. EVs are thus likely to have a long life and a bigger market in the coming years. This bodes well for Tesla as its focus is on sustainable, renewable… Continue Reading...

Reducing Patient Waiting Time for Better Patient Outcomes

systems level and the transformation had the potential to unearth previous unidentified resources and help improve all the aspects of healthcare delivery. Brandenburg et al. (2018) provide some examples that highlight the principles of system wide view application, disciplined methodology application for system design (like six sigma, lean, prediction tools, and modeling), and the people respect as a foundation. Haraden and Resar (2004) assert that cancellations, delays and waits are common phenomena in healthcare and that the providers and patients assume that these waits cannot be avoided. Hospitals often add resources to deal with the delays like adding more… Continue Reading...

Homeland Security and the Distinction Between Isr and Iaa

the issues as well as allow them to apply the available resources in an efficient manner. The ISR imagery intelligence capabilities were designed to support civil authorities and humanitarian operations in case of an occurrence of a natural disaster. During Hurricane Katrina, the ISR capabilities were used to provide the military with full-motion video and imagery of the hurricane (Knight, 2008). The ISR platforms employed the synthetic and electro-optical aperture imaging systems which increased the effectiveness of response in incidents from homeland security significantly through the provision of the first responders as well as the incident commanders with the… Continue Reading...

Technologies Used by Isis the Terrorist Organizations

Terrorist organizations and terrorists are exploiting social media and the internet resources for the purpose of committing terrorist activities and for the facilitation of wide-ranging terrorist activities including radicalization, incitement, training, recruitment, communications, information gathering, planning, financing, and preparation (United Nations, n.d). Technology has quickly become a fundamental component of the modern day society. Technology governs itself therefore making it possible for terrorists to utilize it for the purpose of advancing their terrorism. Modern terrorism has become unpredictable and instantaneous thanks to technology. Technology has made it possible for terrorists to target large audiences and bring… Continue Reading...

Organization Development Culture and Employee Empowerment

personal responsibility, if they expect employees to remain engaged and motivated. Human resources Management and Employee Development A company policy that promotes employee motivation and empowerment must include leadership development and similar human resources strategies focused on talent management. Gilley, Gilley, Jackson, et al. (2015) outline ten “principles of developmental leadership,” (p. 72). In addition to the principles of trustworthiness and accountability, developmental leadership also requires ardent attention to employee advocacy and a climate that helps “employees feel good about themselves, their contributions, experiences, skills, and abilities,” (Gilley, Gilley, Jackson, et al., 2015, p. 73). Doing this requires more than… Continue Reading...

Chrysler Case Workplace Harassment Hostile Work Environment

or hostility in the workplace, while also encouraging human resources to play a more active role in weeding out problematic employees during the hiring process and when considering leadership development strategies. Punitive measures may not always be successful at uprooting hostile behaviors, given that many of the problematic behaviors are deeply embedded in social and cultural norms. Furthermore, many of the persons implicated in cases like that of Otto May are themselves in positions of power—managers and leaders who view themselves as being above reproach because of their title and status in the company. Therefore, senior managers always need… Continue Reading...

How Does Public Policy Work

public policy of R2P and humanitarian intervention abroad, which serves as a major drain on American resources and benefits a foreign country more than it does the U.S. The money spent on these wars waged under the banner of R2P could be better spent on projects at home. The solution to this flawed policy is to address the elephant in the room, which is the Israeli lobby, to end the wars in the Middle East and put that money into healthcare, education or infrastructure back home, and to deny the persons in the State Department who serve under one… Continue Reading...

The Fall Of the American Family

to make her feel alive” (p. 29). The cons of this trend are that it means families have fewer resources to balance out the needs of the family. Delaying marriage is a trend that has increased: “The median age at first marriage has gone from 20.6 to 27.4 for women and from 23.1 to 29.6 for men since 1967” (Schondelmyer, 2017). Moreover, only 31% of adults between the ages of 18 and 24 have children living with them today, and of adults between the ages of 25 and 34 61% do not live with children—up from only 24% in… Continue Reading...

Globalization and Major Programmes

geographical expanses. Projects make available the channels for public and private investment, re-station unutilized or underemployed resources into productive uses, and provide increased prospects for entrepreneurship (Rondinelli, 1976). In a wide-ranging setting, projects have grown to become, in numerous developing nations, instruments for social change and as components for greater social programs and sector plans. The projects can generate the capacity for amending severe projects that hamper growth and interrupt advancement. Pilot projects provide a prospect for organizations situated in developing countries to express development issues and test alternative forms of solutions. As expressed by Rondinelli (1976), demonstration projects… Continue Reading...

Qualitative and Quantitative Costco Internal Assessment

as 3.1 billion. Some of Costco’s key competitors include, but they are not limited to, Wal-Mart and Home Depot. resources In basic terms, Costco’s tangible resources are inclusive of some of its current assets as well as fixed assets. More specifically, the company’s fixed assets as per its most recent financial statements (i.e. for the year ended September 2018) are inclusive of: land (6,193 million); buildings and improvements (16.1 billion); equipment and fixtures (7.2 billion); and construction in progress (1.1 billion). The company’s inventory, on the other hand, is indicated as 11 billion. The company’s intangible ‘resources are inclusive of… Continue Reading...

Ethical Decision Making

there continues to be several risks associated with its use including the misappropriation of organizational resources, conflict of interests in addition to vilification of others. It paves the way for breach of confidentiality and conflicts of interest. Another associated problem is the organization’s use of social media in monitoring employee conduct and behavior and whether such actions are ethical or not. Step 2: Seek out relevant assistance, guidance and support The second phase encompassing searching out resources that might be helpful in making the decision. In this case, the resources employed comprise of professional guidelines and organizational policies and… Continue Reading...

Long Term Care Administration

of healthcare (Schroder-Back et al., 2014). On efficiency there is a global need for better health outcomes although the resources available are not enough to produce the expected outcome. For this reason, the scarce resources must be utilized efficiently. This is the moral duty of health professionals because efficiency will enable better health benefits. The autonomy of the patient has to be respected (Schroder-Back et al., 2014). The justice principle in health equity must be observed as well. The patient has equal moral value and any form of unequal treatment must be followed by proof. • Who is the appropriate… Continue Reading...

Blue Wall Of Silence

Adequate pay and benefits means officers are less likely to engage in financially unethical conduct, and adequate resources regarding training and the presence of fellow officers makes members of the force think more highly of a department which supports them. Continue Reading...

Caterpillar Cycle Of Change Model

sum negative. References Anderson, L. A., & Anderson, D. A. (2015). Designing your engagement strategy. Change Leaders Network. Retrieved from http://changeleadersnetwork.com/free- resources/designing-your-engagement-strategy Judge, W. (n.d.). Focusing on organizational change. Retrieved from http://www.oercommons.org/courses/focusing-on-organizational-change/view McNamara, C. (n.d.). Approaches and methods for managing change. Free Management Library. Retrieved from  http://managementhelp.org/organizationalchange/index.htm Neilson, G. L., & Pasternack, B. A. (2005). The cat that came back. Strategy+Business. Retrieved from https://www.strategy-business.com/article/05304?gko=56862    Continue Reading...

Fortnite

survival game, with elements somewhat similar to the very popular game Minecraft, in that players had to “collect resources, make tools and weapons, and try to stay alive as long as possible” (LeBoeuf, 2018).   What is Fortnite Battle Royale?  While the initial Fortnite game saw modest popularity, the game really began to hit its stride when Epic Games released Fortnite Battle Royale.  First, this release was free, making it accessible to all gamers, which undoubtedly contributed something to its popularity.  However, the real secret to its popularity is probably the difference in game play between the free Fortnite… Continue Reading...

Opioid Crisis in the United States

government a Safer Prescribing Plan that is projected to cut opioid prescription fills by one-third within 3 years; •    Additional resources have been allocated for port security initiatives that are designed to prevent illicit opioids from entering the country; •    In 2018, the U.S. Congress to passed the Substance Use-Disorder Prevention that Promotes Opioid Recovery and Treatment for Patients and Communities Act (commonly referred to as the SUPPORT Act) which represented the single largest legislative package addressing a single drug crisis in the country’s history (White House, 2019). Opioid deaths and current statistics In 2017, more than 47,000 Americans died… Continue Reading...

Johnson and Johnson Human Resource Value and Contribution

as systems made up of inputs, process, and outputs. Inputs are resources and information needed to supply an organizational system. “Processes are activities within the organizational system that gets work done” (Hayes, 2014). Outputs are outcomes, products, services delivered by the organization. This theory is critical because it helps managers view an organization as a system and not separate units. All the groups of an organization are related, and any change in one unit will most certainly affect other units. Complexity Theory This theory states that an organization order, pattern, and structure are derived from complex systems (Stanford, 2015).… Continue Reading...

Air Force Tactical Force to Force Exercise

(Military, 2019). Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) Training Protection of the environment, personnel, and resources from the effects of hazardous explosives and weapons is a core variable of military operation. The EOD operators support the Combatant Commander in fabrication, demolition, and disposal of weapons and hazardous explosives using specialized tools and protective equipment. The 87 days of tactical training entails two courses: EOD preliminary course (26 days) and EOD Apprentice Course (61 days) (Lytell, et al., 2018). References Kishor, K. K. (2017). International Military Exercises: An Indian Perspective. Journal of Defence Studies, 17-40. Sgt. Kristian, C. (2019, 02 06). Total force exercise… Continue Reading...

Does the United Nations Have Power

measures, politicization of some programs, and the need for a steady stream of financial resources” all have served to undermine any UN-led approaches to serving as the force for good in the world in the post-war era (Mingst & Karns, 2016, p. 268). This paper will address the issue of the UN’s scope of authority, the kind of international problems it seeks to ameliorate or resolve, its methods of enforcement, and its chief limitations. The scope of the UN’s authority to act as an enforcement institution or negotiation facilitator is basically determined by the individual nations themselves. While nearly… Continue Reading...

Signature 410-non-profit Healthcare Organization

what to expect and it can know what is required in terms of resources: by providing the mandate, the team can develop the layout, the design, the location, the environment, assess the risks, and so on. This is what CHI has been doing with its strategic planning process by identifying potential partnerships in regions where it hopes to expand and by engaging in new development of operations where it is already active. However, unless the company has at least a 5-year strategic business plan, forecasting the needs of the company will not be accomplished. CHI has a 5-year strategic… Continue Reading...

Reflection on Assessment Competencies for School Leadership

literacy programs and are permanently employed tend to understand the process better. resources need to be channeled towards helping teachers trained in designing classroom assessment rubrics that are relevant to the educational sector now. Teachers on temporary contracts tend to lean on the idea for a short term process since they fear likelihood of losing their source of income. Such teachers need to be motivated to ensure they learn the professional development process and apply it in the classroom. Holistic learning in schools stems from the teachers developing a curriculum that ensures students are involved and learning well and… Continue Reading...

Project Failure

completing each task flawlessly based on existing timelines and financial resources. This requires commitment from the project team since the execution process is relatively complex and dependent on the nature of the project. Given the significance of commitment of project team to the success of a project, lack of commitment is a major factor that could result in project failure. The ability of the project team to deliver the initially promised project scope without compromising quality and time and budgetary requirements requires hard work. The need for hard work in project execution implies that the team needs to demonstrate… Continue Reading...

Fair Housing Act

well as other federally-safeguarded equal opportunity effects of particular activities and programs embarked on with federal resources. (3) Both program-specific and jurisdiction-wide processes include the consideration of housing opportunity indicators backed by established experience and studies; and (4) the HUD should supplement technical aid and requirements of submission to fund beneficiaries with a meticulous system of surprise, periodic audits of a subsection of beneficiaries as well as applicants to be selected via random selection together with other factors. Introduction The Fair Housing Act forbids discrimination, limitation, or preference because of gender, race, nationality, disability, family status, color, or whichever… Continue Reading...

Radiation Control with Types and Effects

Radiation Radiation can be described as energy that is in the form of streams or waves of particles. Numerous types of radiation surround us. When most individuals hear the term radiation, the thing that comes to their mind is nuclear power, radioactivity, and atomic energy. Radiation, however, has several other forms. Visible light and sound are some familiar kinds of radiation. Other kinds of radiation include television and radio signals, infrared radiation (some type of heat energy), and ultraviolet radiation (responsible for suntans). The earth together with occupants are always subjected to radiation produced by the sun, stars as well… Continue Reading...

Hunger Eradication and Extreme Poverty

2018b). The rural population in Africa continues to increase constraining the already severely degraded land resources in the continent (Suttie 2017). The population is geographically concentrated in marginal and disaster-prone rural areas characterized by insufficient basic infrastructures (water, electricity, health education), low densities and limited market access. To revert the increasing poverty levels in Africa, most of the impact will emerge from activities in the rural setting. ii. Historical Analysis The pace of poverty and hunger reduction in Sub Sahara Africa picked in the 20th century and subdued in the 21st century. The world made substantial progress between the… Continue Reading...

Policy Alternatives for Mental Health

the scope of coverage to specific conditions in order to ensure that resources are spent on severe mental health cases (Goldman & Grob, 2006). These limitations lessen the overall effectiveness of this policy alternative in resolving the current problem. A general social policy that integrates mental health would address the problem through addressing social exclusion of adults suffering from mental health illnesses. As previously indicated, the major problem in the current healthcare system with regards to adults suffering with mental illnesses is social exclusion through putting them on the streets or locking them up. This policy alternative would help… Continue Reading...

America's Anti Immigrant Orders and Its Implications

abuse documentation, aid in the desert, supporting the borderland groups, searching for the disappeared, and helping retrieve resources. The injustice that today’s immigrants are experiencing in the country and the border of US should be condemned by everyone. As a result of their religion and nationality, majority of people have been declined the basic human rights by various agencies in America. Many religious groups have been condemning the act and teaching their congregations to show more love to those who have been affected. There are organizations who have taken it upon themselves to bring relief to the people who… Continue Reading...

Trump Versus Hawaii

is transferred to them and thus suffer the consequences. They need every available resources to be able to survive in a foreign country but if they are denied the right, they will not be able to. Socially, they are segregated and most people will not want to interact with them. It is important to note the difference in opinion between the courts and the president on this issue. As much as it protects the people form harm, there is collateral damage in terms of innocent people on the other side being victimized for nothing. The law has to protect… Continue Reading...

Ocean / Marine Life Conservation

ocean and marine ecosystems continue to endanger human life. The overfishing or exploitation of fish resources beyond sustainability levels affect between 10% and 12% of the global population that depends on fisheries industry to earn a living. Most of these affected people are in developing countries. Moreover, these human activities endanger the ability of the ocean or marine areas to regulate climate. Currently, the world has experienced significant increases in water temperatures and ocean acidification, which have significant ramifications. Given the devastating impacts and threats to ocean and marine ecosystems, the issue of ocean/marine life conservation has attracted significant… Continue Reading...

Future Of Policing Law Enforcement

Finally, a shift in norms and values may help reduce the mass incarceration epidemic and liberate police resources away from antiquated drug policies. References IACP (2018). 21st century policing blueprint. https://www.theiacp.org/projects/21st-century-policing-blueprint The President’s Task Force on 21st Century Policing (2015). Final Report. https://cops.usdoj.gov/pdf/taskforce/taskforce_finalreport.pdf “What 21st Century Policing Means,” (2015). United States Department of Justice Archives. https://www.justice.gov/archives/opa/blog/what-21st-century-policing-means   Continue Reading...

The Authoritarian Regime and Animal Farm

class of Bolsheviks. In the U.S., the Tilly model was applied: there was competition for resources, which led to war (the colonies against the French, the Native Americans, the Mexicans and the British). The U.S. then came together as a result of a representative form of government (not a direct democracy) in which the semblance of power was in the people’s hands, but the reality of power was in the hands of a few select people (much like in the case of Animal Farm). In Animal Farm, Orwell notes that democracy was supposed to be used—but Napoleon always gets the… Continue Reading...

Big Data in Criminology and Law Enforcement

efficacy of various prevention or intervention policies and programs, as well as helping to better allocate resources for criminal justice. In the United States, the main data sources include the Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) from the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). The UCR is subdivided into the National Incident-Based Reporting System (NIBRS), the Summary Reporting System (SRS), the Law Enforcement Officers Killed and Assaulted (LEOKA) Program, and the Hate Crime Statistics Program, each of which track specific types of crime data (FBI, 2018). Another major crime data system used in the United States is the Bureau of Justice Statistics… Continue Reading...

Fracking

promote it. This would encourage further investment and development of resources and tools that can be used to improve the industry even more. Response In order for fracking to be able to serve as a viable economic solution in the oil/gas industry, it has to get costs under control (Strauss, 2019). If people are going to depend upon this industry for jobs, the industry has to prove that it is sustainable. However, McLean (2019) has shown that there is some doubt about whether the oil is really as abundant in the U.S. as the fracking industry has led investors… Continue Reading...

Minor Child Sexual Assault

have the funds to devote to numerous physical and human resources. With that, the requirement for organized multi-sectorial tactics between agencies of child protection and the police increases. Even though considerable steps were taken over the years, the issue is still existent. Administrators are not constantly willingly available to help abuse victims. Conclusion All children have the right to a danger-free life. As an expert who directly works with kids, it is quite discouraging to come across abuse victims. The police together with other law enforcing agencies have the duty to protect, but not unless the gaps are closed,… Continue Reading...

Personal Learning the Field Of Qualitative Research

across the target population Delving into a given topic deeply will require you to explore fewer resources. You can combine information from different places. You will be required to moderate one section unless you have numerous resources and ample time. The depth of a given topic should be based on qualitative methods and size be limited to quantitative methods. Objective(s) of Study · Determine · Analyze · Describe · Interpret · Assess/Evaluate Subtle variations exist on the considerable overlap of these objectives. The questions for interviews and target groups and presentation of observations differ with each objective. Apply verbs that… Continue Reading...

The Conduct Of Research

of meaningful approaches for the evaluation of studies. It is important to note that unlike other resources seeking to pursue a similar agenda, the authors of this particular text make use of numerous examples and contextual formats (such as instructional tests and aids) in an attempt to promote better understanding of research approaches. The graphic organizers utilized in the text enable the reader to follow through. Overall, the authors largely succeed in their in their attempt to provide an overview of research methodology. Thanks to this text, educators now have sound framework for the proper examination of various concerns… Continue Reading...

Adam Smith Capitalism Ethics and Business

free enterprise has not been truly free, with access to power and resources constrained by factors like race (Kerr & Walsh, 2014), gender (Tufarolo, 2015), and class (Shin, 2014). Of these variables, race and gender remain salient barriers to achieving the full benefits of a genuinely free market economy. Whether a free market economy can ever reflect the ethical norms embedded in an idealized democracy remain to be seen. When governments constrain businesses on ethical grounds, as through legislation requiring equal pay, they risk short-term economic losses. In the long run, though, the profit-driven motives of capitalist organizations can… Continue Reading...

Private Security and Homeland Security

the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) that the DHS published in 2010 a Private Sector resources Catalog that “centralizes access to all DHS resources targeted for the private sector including small and large businesses, academia, trade associations, and other non-governmental organizations” (DHS, 2018). One example of a private security firm within the catalog is TRIPwire Community Gateway (TWCG)—“a web portal designed specifically for the nation’s CIKR owners, operators, and private security personnel.” The TWCG serves as a portal for private security groups to give analysis of threats, reports, and planning phases, helping private sector players working with the DHS… Continue Reading...

Christianity and Psychology Personal Theory

model for helping caring Christians become capable counselors. Grand Rapids: Ministry resources Library: Zondervan Publishing House. Kim, Y. T. (2004). A Christian counseling model: Christian psychology perspective. Torch Trinity Journal, 7. Retrieved from https://pdfs.semanticscholar.org/87f2/bbbc1d5284fe7d9f3645eaeb01d412e11963.pdf Jones, S. L. (1996). A constructive relationship with the science and profession of psychology: Perhaps the boldest model yet. In Edward P. Shafranske (Ed.), Religion and the clinical practice of psychology (pp. 297-326). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association. Meadors, K. (2009). Counseling theories and techniques. Retrieved from http://citeseerx.ist.psu.edu/viewdoc/download?doi=10.1.1.468.5996&rep=rep1&type=pdf McCarron, J. M. (2004). An integration of Biblical principles in counseling: Psychology filtered through scripture. (Master’s Dissertation,… Continue Reading...

Target S Corporate and Social Responsibility

Civil Engagement Activities Civil Engagement Target Corporation believes that sharing their experience and resources with policy makers will give rise to better decisions for communities and businesses. The civic activities of Target can be categorized into public policy, issue advocacy, and political engagement. 1. Public Policy The company believes that participating in legislative and public-policy activity is a significant and essential constituent of being a differentiated, multinational retail business. Target works in tandem with voted officials of both political parties to aid in shaping positive public policy solutions that are beneficial to its business operations, team members, clientele, as well as… Continue Reading...

Teenage Health Vulnerabilities with Substance Abuse United States

hypothesis tests. Routledge. The BMJ. (2019). Measurement error and bias. Retrieved from: https://www.bmj.com/about-bmj/ resources-readers/publications/epidemiology-uninitiated/4-measurement-error-and-bias Trochim, W. M. (2006). Measurement error. Social Research Methods. Retrieved from: https://socialresearchmethods.net/kb/measerr.php Weiers, R. M. (2010). Introduction to business statistics. New York: Cengage Learning. Continue Reading...

Why Animal Testing Should Be Banned

again that animal experimentation wastes lives—both animal and human—and precious resources by trying to infect animals with diseases that they would never normally contract. -- People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (2019) As the epigraphs above clearly show that humankind’s views about using animals for their own purposes have changed significantly over the past several millennia, but despite increasing condemnation by animal rights advocates, animal testing for medical research or commercial products continues around the world today. Proponents on both sides of the arguments for and against animal testing have some valid points, however, that make this debate… Continue Reading...