26 August 2015

University of alabama hospital organizational analysisGUIDELINES FOR ORGANIZATIONAL ANALYSIS ASSIGNMENT
Using Collins’ work as a model and framework for advanced organizational analysis (and other references as needed), analyze a system, organization, organization systems and/or subsystems. Consider each of the concepts proposed by Collins’ breaking down the organizations’ strategic plan, financial management, organizational structure, leadership, organizational culture, performance outcomes, etc. Collins’ work is a good foundational text, along with Fifth Discipline (Senge, 1990) and other related writers and models.
When analyzing an organizational system, along with Collins’ work, consider chaos theory and complexity science (Wheatley, Porter-O-Grady), learning organizations (Senge), change and innovation (Gladwell,
Click here to have a similar A+ quality paper done for you by one of our writers within the set deadline at a discountedRogers, Quinn). Such references may be useful in arriving at a greater level of understanding of organizations necessary to truly transform our current health care systems. As part of this analysis, consider interviewing members of the staff, board members, organizational historians, key administrative personnel (CFO, CEO, CNE, etc.). If you are not familiar with the organization/system, it will be essential that you talk to members of the organization who can help you develop a rich understanding of the leadership, culture, and decision-making patterns. Consider what is written about the organization and its system in the local paper, regional documents, trade journals, etc. These qualitative methods, along with review of clinical, financial and other evaluation measures (quantitative measures), will provide a more holistic perspective of an organizational systems’ performance.
The paper should be carefully written in a formal style, based on primary sources, provide an integration of ideas, and be 4-6 pages in length, excluding title page & reference list. Organized flow, logical progression of ideas, and clarity in thought are essential.

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University of alabama hospital organizational analysisGUIDELINES FOR ORGANIZATIONAL ANALYSIS ASSIGNMENTUsing Collins’ work as a model and framework for advanced organizational analysis (and other references […]


26 August 2015

The early 1800s in the US defined a great number of ideals that define us, as a people, from the rest of the world

Instructions: This exam is an essay question. The essay must be at least 1000 words long. Take as much space and time as you need. Upload your finished exam as a .txt or .doc file or type it in the text entry field.

Exam Question: The early 1800s in the US defined a great number of ideals that define us, as a people, from the rest of the world. Define each ideal and indicate the major people who supported the ideal. Why is each ideal important to US culture? What is the significance of each in relation to other political systems not based on US democracy?
Individualism
Rural communalism and utopianism
Abolitionism
The women's rights movement
You may use other sources than your textbook to answer the question but you must write the essay in your own words. I will not accept material copied from external sources. Quoted material must use quote marks. Be sure to identify your sources with a footnote. Exams with plagiarized material, whatever the source, will not receive any credit.

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The early 1800s in the US defined a great number of ideals that define us, as a people, from the rest of the world […]


26 August 2015

Roles of biological factors nature and environmental influences nurture on sexual differentiation and gender identityPaper instructions:
roles of biological factors nature and environmental influences nurture on sexual differentiation and gender identity

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Roles of biological factors nature and environmental influences nurture on sexual differentiation and gender identityPaper instructions:roles of biological factors nature and environmental influences nurture […]


26 August 2015

Identify an American problem
Citation Style – APA
Length – 8-12 pp (double spaced)
Topic – Identify an American problem
Give Evidence the problem exists
Explain the causes or contributors (provide evidence for your cause/contributors)
Psychological Lens
Use your understanding of psychology to
explain why the problem exists (utilize theories)
explain why the problem is likely to prosiest if not dealt with (give evidence that supports your reason/claim)
explain what can be done to fix the problem (give evidence that supports your reason/claim)

26 August 2015,
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Identify an American problemCitation Style – APALength – 8-12 pp (double spaced)Topic – Identify an American problemGive Evidence the problem existsExplain the causes or […]


26 August 2015

Free Speech/Clothing
        I.            We all wear clothes. As clothing is an important part of the society we live in. Your choice of clothing may be influenced by your environment or what is most acceptable in society today.
a.       Clothing is a practice of free speech, we make every single day. Even in face of this, we should not develop a more narrow definition of freedom of speech. *
b.      Freedom of speech varies in many factors in today’s society, such as dress code in schools, in various cultures and even in something as simple as a restaurant chain.
c.       Keep in mind Freedom of speech is the political right to communicate one’s opinions and ideas using one’s body and property to anyone who is willing to receive them. Freedom of speech is protected right as stated in the 1st and 14th amendments to the Constitution of the United States. Definition is by Merriam-Webster dictionary.
     II.            One constitutional controversy raging in public schools today concerns mandatory school uniforms. This is the perfect example to show the narrowing of freedom of speech in today’s society.
a.       Many schools have adopted a dress code and uniforms after President Bill Clinton endorsed uniforms in his 1996 state of the union address.
b.      And I quote “I challenge all our schools to teach character education, to teach good values and good citizenship”
c.       But I ask to you pause and think does this address on uniforms support the practice of free speech? I think the obvious answer is clear.
d.      According to the definition of freedom of speech, one is permitted to express information, ideas and opinions free of government restrictions based on content.
e.       In 1919 Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr an American jurist who served as an associate justice of Supreme Court, stated a restriction is legimate only if the speech in question poses a “clear and present danger”. Example a risk or threat to safety or to other public interests that is serious and imminent.
f.       Now I ask you, is a school dress code fall into that category of a “risk to society”? That is the question you must decide for yourself. But before you make your decision let us consider in other factors as well.
   III.            Clothing is an important part of our society we live in. Some of us prepare the night before for what we will wear tomorrow, others are more spontaneous. We dress according to the way we feel or how we would want to feel. Our clothing can be influenced by our environment or what’s most acceptable in our neighborhoods.
a.       According to Julia Twigg a professor at School of Social Policy, Sociology and Social Research, Many people believe that clothing is a representation of their cultures and beliefs.
b.      For example, Africans wear clothing dependent upon their faith, culture, and the weather in their areas, or some combination of those. Generally though, Africans tend to favor durable, natural fibers, and clothing that is both useful and beautifully made.
c.       This culture is a representation of freedom of speech. If the definition of freedom of speech were to be narrowed, then segments of the population would suffer as a result.
d.      Clothes play a vital though often unacknowledged role in the constitution for social difference. Dress is also significant in relation to other forms of social difference, for example sexuality.
e.       In changes in the overall definition of free speech could inevitability affect people’s identity as well as right to express them self.
f.       Cultures differ in their values for speech as the expression of individuality.
g.       In the next example we will see how freedom of speech can be practiced even in smaller forms of a restaurant.
  IV.            As a food lover, I personally enjoy going out to restaurants and enjoying a meal with my family. Regardless of where we go I enjoy my time. Personally I have never paid much mind to the uniforms of the staff.
a.       But when you take a step back, you can see that the uniforms are a source of freedom of speech.
b.      One particular example is the restaurant Hooters, international chain that bills itself as “delightfully tacky yet unrefined”.
c.       Hooters have built an empire on hiring young and attractive waitresses.
d.      Ashely Lutz, a business Insider’s retail editor and writer received an inside scope on former server at Hooters.
e.       Brittany the former Hooter’s employee, gave a full inside look on Hooter’s operations
f.       From her experience the uniform was mentioned at the first stage of the hiring process.
g.       All the girls were fully aware, as it was their “free speech” to wear the uniform
h.      Uniforms come in all shapes and sizes, just like the servers who wear them.
i.        It is their choice to wear the uniform or find another job best suitable, in the act of doing so they are expressing their right to freedom of speech.
     V.            Clothing whether it is a school uniform, culture style or a restaurant chain, all is dependent on freedom of speech.
a.       If we narrow down the definition of freedom of speech, we then lose our rights to be who we are.
b.      From the way we dress to the words we speak.
c.       Freedom of speech comes in all shapes and sizes. Starting from your shoes to the words you speak.
d.      At the end of the day it is left to you decide your stand on free speech.

e.       But before you voice your opinion remember that freedom of speech is there to protect you and your rights, without it you would have no law on your side.

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Free Speech/Clothing         I.            We all wear clothes. As clothing is an important part of the society we live in. Your choice […]


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