To what extent is Qatar using its hydrocarbon assets effectively in the realm of geopolitics? To what extent is Qatar using its hydrocarbon assets […]
Why didn’t the solution of redesigning the brand worked
ANALYSIS: Why didn’t the solution of redesigning the brand worked?
1.Description of the old Logo compared with the description of the new logo
2.Wrong choice of design, methodology to create a good design and compared it to the bad methodology they followed to create the logo.
3. Lack of involvement from consumers
4. Premature change for the company
Why didn’t the solution of redesigning the brand worked ANALYSIS: Why didn’t the solution of redesigning the brand worked? 1.Description of the old Logo […]
Explore the character of Desdemona. What does she represent in the playFor this paper, write a three full-page argumentative essay on William Shakespeare’s Othello.
Topic:: Explore the character of Desdemona. What does she represent in the play?
• You may not incorporate any research such as internet website, school databases, journals, etc. I want your ideas, not the ideas of someone else. Review plagiarism policy.
• Your paper must be in MLA Format: 12 point, New Times Roman font, double-spaced, etc. Review MLA format by googling “Owl at Purdue MLA Format” or by following the link posted on D2L.
• You must incorporate textual evidence from the two stories in the form of quotation, summary, and paraphrase to help support your main points. However, do not rely too heavily on quotation, because the point of this paper is to present your ideas and main points about the story, what the story is “saying” about a specific characters, setting, plot, etc. In general, you want to incorporate at least one direct quotation and one or two paraphrasing of certain character lines or dialogue per body paragraph. Give proper in-text page citation whenever you incorporate a quote from the text.
• Write in 3rd person; do not write in 1st person.
Explore the character of Desdemona. What does she represent in the playFor this paper, write a three full-page argumentative essay on William Shakespeare’s Othello. […]
Real life NegotiationPaper instructions:write about sad vacation where my aunty husband died because of cancer ( it was 2 week) experience and how it […]
Team leadership ,,,, improving organization
1. The claim I am presenting is explored in the textbook, An Experiential Approach to Organization Development by Donald R. Brown. The claim states, in regards to operating problems of work teams, “the team must develop norms about its behavioral pattern” (267). The claim is followed up with, “In some cases, the norms lead to behavior that is antisocial and dysfunctional for the organization” (267). Subclaims to help support this statement are as followed, “for example, groups with strongly antisocial climates appear to have significant influence on the antisocial actions of their members. If team members comprise a tightly knit group, they are more likely to match their level of antisocial behavior to that of the group.” We have also talked about this claim in terms of behavioral norms in class discussion. 2. I believe the claim and subclaim I have presented fall into the Evaluative category; but, I also feel that they fall into the Definitive category. When you read the claim and notice the word, ‘must’, you start to contemplate judgment. Why must the team develop norms about its behavioral pattern? This concept is why I feel two categories are appropriate. 3. The grounding that I have used to support my claim is from the research paper, “Dysfunctional Culture, Dysfunctional Organization: Capturing the Behavioral Norms that Form Organizational Culture and Drive Performance,” written by Pierre A. Balthazard, Robert A. Cooke, and Richard E. Potter. As stated in the abstract, “this paper aims to describe how organizational culture is manifested in behavioral norms and expectations, focusing on 12 sets of behavorial norms associated with constructive, passive/defensive, and aggressive/defensive cultural styles” (Balthazard). The unique grounding that I have taken from the research paper expresses, “although it is imperative for all members to be socialized into the culture, when organizational norms and expectations are weak or inconsistent, their impact on members’ personal styles will be minimal and members will report ambiguous roles and norms (Katz and Kahn, 1966). In contrast, organizations with strong, positive cultures and/or effective cultural change programs reinforce the targeted behaviors. People who “ﬁt in” will become a node on the network and gain inﬂuence; and those who do not will be disconnected and might eventually leave. Those who do not ﬁt in but stay will experience “person/norm conﬂict,” a source of stress resulting from inconsistencies between personal predispositions and the demands of the situation” (Balthazard).
4. The citation on which the grounding I have selected was based on the research paper, “Dysfunctional Culture, Dysfunctional Organization: Capturing the Behavioral Norms that Form Organizational Culture and Drive Performance,” written by Pierre A. Balthazard, Robert A. Cooke, and Richard E. Potter. The research paper focused around a quantitative instrument, known as the Organizational Culture Inventory (OCI), which is a, “statistically normed and validated survey used for organizational consulting and change purposes” (Balthazard).
Team leadership ,,,, improving organization Class Discussion Insight 1. The claim I am presenting is explored in the textbook, An Experiential Approach to Organization […]