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Responsibility in Creating a Successful Organization

The following are managers’ responsibility in creating a successful organization along with some examples:            First of all, it is the manager’s responsibility to consistently guide the team (Sugarman, n.d)….

Pipeline Incident in Arizona: Law of Supply and Demand

Abstract When an oil pipeline shut down in Arizona, market equilibrium and economic indicators were severely affected, causing panic among consumers. The result of this incident was devastating— there was…

Nietzsche’s Concept of Overman

The Overman One of the most controversial ideas introduced by Existentialist Friedrich Nietzsche is the concept of overman. According to Nietzsche, the status of an overman is what men should…

Native American Occupation of Alcatraz

Alcatraz is a popular tourist destination particularly for people interested in Indian culture. Prior to, Alcatraz was a federal penitentiary that was used to hold America’s most notorious criminals until…

War Against Jews: Nazi’s Propaganda Toward Global Dominance

There are countless of interpretations and conspiracy theories about Nazi holocaust or Adolf Hitler’s aggression against the Jews. Most of today’s books, films, essays, and studies about the last century’s…

Organizational Transformation

Everything he touched turned gold. Mark Cuban, a young billionaire and owner of a basketball team, has the magic touch of King Midas of the Greek mythology in business. Only…

A Redaction-Critical Analysis of Jesus’ Rejection at Nazareth

Introduction             All the gospel writers wrote with specific objectives in mind. They have their respective target audiences as well as different emphases as to the different aspects of the…

Organization Theory And Research

Purpose The purpose of this essay is to review an article by Leavitt and Lipman-Blumen (1995) published in one selected journal—Harvard Business Review (magazine). Objective The objective of this essay…

Public Organizations

Introduction Organizations are influenced either positively or negatively by both the external and internal environment. The external factors are things to do with public policies and the politics of the…

Knowledge strategy in organizations

Scheepers, Venkitachalam and Gibbs discussed the model of knowledge strategy and information technology support first detailed by Hansen, Nohria and Tierney, and proposed refinements to the model based on their…

International Organization

All international organizations, whether governmental or nongovernmental, according to their nature deal with world problems and their bodies work collectively or individually on solving such problems. As a rule, one…

This Side of Paradise By F. Scott Fitzgerald

This Side of Paradise, F. Scott Fitzgerald’s first novel, was published in 1920 by Charles Scribner’s Sons (Wikipedia.org nd). It is ironic that the success of this first novel, which…

The P&G SK-II Globalization Project

One of the most global corporations in the world is Procter and Gamble. P&G products have been entering overseas countries since the 1930s. By the mid 1990s, P&G products and…

Privatization of Correctional Facilities

Introduction Privatization is the systematic transfer of the government programs and functions into the hands of private sector. The reason for privatization is to curb down the cost of running…

Practice Evaluation and Utilization of Research

            Many people believe evaluation is a useless activity that generates lots of boring data with useless conclusions (McNamara, n.d., para. 6). There are many…

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