CHIN 2050 Dalhousie Social Issues in Chinese Society Today Discussion.
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Topics for the Term Paper: 1. Discuss the relevance/role of Confucianism in the modern world. 2. Can Daoist philosophy of non-action (wuwei) contribute to a remedy for environmental
Controls Inc is located in Chicago and began its first Joint Venture about three years ago as an in house supplier to Filtration Inc. Controls became a subsidiary of Filtration Inc. which is a huge Chicago-based international manufacturing conglomerate, specializing in the design and production of temperature control and filtration systems. It is really important for Controls to compete for business against its global competitors. Therefore, Controls must utilize cheaper labor and be located closer to key prospective customers. Over the past three years, Controls has had operations in several countries in Europe, Asia and South America. A Joint Venture in China would benefit Controls in several ways. It would provide them company with an opportunity to gain a foothold in this untapped market for temperature control systems. In this case, if the Joint Venture would be successful it could lead to the establishments of plants to manufacture various products for the entire Asia/Pacific market. Filtration being the parent company has a lot more knowledge an experience. Since Controls Inc was the subsidiary of Filtration Inc; they were expecting to gain knowledge from Filtration. Filtration did not share enough knowledge with its subsidiary which resulted in many issues with the Joint Venture in China. Controls Inc’s goals of having a Joint Venture in China were to gain a foothold in the untapped market for temperature control systems, and to lead to the establishment of plants to manufacture various products for the entire Asia/Pacific market. Their primary objective was to establish a manufacturing and marketing presence. James met with one of Controls business units, Freezer
AJS 544 UP Ethical Dilemmas in The Workplace Justice & Security Essay.
issues? 3. What Daoist values may benefit the world today? In which ways? 4. Analyze an issue in gender discrimination against women in Chinese culture. 5. Analyze a social issue in Chinese society today. Requirements: Your term paper will be a research paper that requires you to conduct careful research
concerning one of the above topics to form your argument/thesis statement. Please refer to the
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components to the term paper: 1) A proposal for the term paper (5%); 2) The final draft of the
term paper (20%) and a self-assessment or research reflection (5%).Part I: Proposal (5%, 2-3 pages, double-spaced), due by 11 p.m., Oct. 28.
Your proposal needs to cover the following items, but not necessarily in the order as listed. • Identify a topic area; findings in your research on a topic (0.5%) • Questions that have arisen in your research (0.5%) • Develop a research question (0.5%) • Develop a thesis statement (1%, one statement, one or two sentences, that usually
answers your research question.) Here is a link to thesis statements. • Outline (0.5%)
• Annotated bibliography (You need to add notes/comments to your bibliography to
explain what an article/book is about and how it may be useful to your research.) (0.5%) • Research log (journal/a record of your research) (1%) • Analyze a single article/book chapter in depth (0.5%)Part II: Final Draft (1500 words, 20%, double-spaced) with a self-assessment or
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CHIN 2050 Dalhousie Social Issues in Chinese Society Today Discussion
The chances that you will face ethical dilemmas in the workplace are almost certain. This is true for defense attorneys and prosecutors, too. Because of this, it is important to practice proper discretion. How will you analyze and solve the ethical dilemmas you face? Read and reflect on the Ethical Dilemmas exploration activities each week to help you complete this activity.Write a 700- to 1,050-word paper describing the ethical issues for prosecutors and defense attorneys. Answer the following:
What types of ethical violations and punishments have been associated with prosecutors and defense attorneys?
What are the explanations for prosecutorial misconduct? Provide real-world examples of prosecutorial misconduct. The Jodi Arias case is a great example of a prosecutor stretching the limits of what is proper conduct and what is a clear violation.
Should attorneys be punished more or less than the standard criminal defendants? Explain your answer.
AJS 544 UP Ethical Dilemmas in The Workplace Justice & Security Essay
PART I LINUS WISHES TO SUE CHARLIE On what contractual grounds could he sue? Linus could sue Charlie on the grounds of the mailbox rule/postal rule, since a contract was created on June 15, 2009 when Linus wrote back to Charlie accepting the offer, not when it was received. Once the mode of communication is the mail, an acceptance becomes valid when it is dispatched or placed in the control of the US Postal service, not when it is received by the offeror. Will Linus prevail? Yes, Linus will prevail even though the agreement was not communicated to the offeror, it does not prevent the contract from being created. What if any defenses, contractual arguments or counterclaims would Charlie have? Charlie’s defense for a counterclaim should include the fact that while Linus accepted the offer in a timely fashion, the acceptance did not correspond with the offer, when Linus requested to change the original offer that changed the terms of the agreement and an offer in one set of terms can hardly be accepted by a communication in different terms. Will Charlie prevail? Yes, and to reiterate that an acceptance of a contract means that nothing should be added to the offer, even if it is consistent or similar to the offer. The offeree must accept unequivocally without changing the original offer. CHARLIE WISHES TO SUE THE VET On what contractual grounds could he sue? Charlie could sue on the grounds that while there was an exculpatory clause on the receipt releasing Vet Emporium from liability in connection with the treatment of Snoopy and Woodstock, that did not waive the veterinarian’s standard of care owed to the patients. This unconscionable clause is voidable for reasons of public policy, because a party may not exempt themselves from liability from a duty imposed on them by a statute for their negligence in the performance of a duty imposed upon them by law. Charlie could recover for intentional infliction of emotional distress for harm to Woodstock. Will he prevail? Yes, the veterinarian’s conduct was unprofessional, when he endangered the health and welfare of Woodstock due to unreasonable safety. What if any defenses, contractual arguments or counterclaims would the Vet have? The veterinarian may assert that the exculpatory agreement which was part of the receipt waived Charlie’s right to sue for injuries on the grounds that the extended boarding services provided was not a primary function of the veterinarian’s practice and when Charlie used these services, he did so voluntarily. Will he prevail? Probably not, while waivers are customarily part of a boarding agreement, they are unenforceable in many jurisdictions. SALLY WISHES TO SUE THE VET On what contractual grounds could she sue? She could sue on the grounds of breach of a unilateral contract. Once an offer has been made such as when Vet Emporium posted the advertisement all over the area of a reward for the return of Woodstock, acceptance of that contract was satisfied when Woodstock was found by Sally. Once Sally performed the condition, the offeror was contractually obliged to pay her. Will she prevail? Possibly, there might be an issue with the way in which she returned Woodstock. She probably should have taken him to Vet Emporium to collect the reward. What if any defenses or contractual arguments would the Vet have? Vet Emporium could argue that Sally was not obligated to the reward since she did not return Woodstock to their office. Will they prevail? Yes, this was condition precedent contract that stipulated that Woodstock had to be returned to Vet Emporium in order to collect the $50.00 reward. THE VET WISHES TO SUE CHARLIE On what contractual grounds could he sue? He could sue for failure of payment for services rendered to Snoopy. Will he prevail? Yes, payment is still due for caring of Snoopy. What if any defenses or contractual arguments would Charlie have? In defense, Charlie could state that because of the veterinarian’s negligence Snoopy suffered emotional loneliness when Woodstock flew away, he should be awarded damages. Will he prevail? Yes. Compensatory damages can be awarded for the breach of contract. SALLY WISHES TO SUE CHARLIE On what contractual grounds could she sue? Sally could sue Charlie for refusing to pay as agreed, for caring for Woodstock. Will she prevail? Yes, Charlie expressed orally that he would reimburse Sally $100.00 for finding and caring of Woodstock. What if any defenses or contractual arguments would Charlie have? None, Sally expected payment for service and Charlie should have known that payment was expected. Will he prevail? No, Charlie could have picked up Woodstock without offering to reimburse Sally. He committed himself to the payment. LUCY WISHES TO SUE LINUS On what contractual grounds could she sue? Lucy can sue Linus for compensatory damages for the loss of bargain of the work that he was to perform. Will she prevail? Yes, she can sue Linus for breach to recover the additional $325.00 in compensatory damages and for other fees incurred to obtain performance from another source. What if any defenses or contractual arguments would Linus have? Linus could argue that the breach was unintentional and was based upon the reliance of a contract with another party. Will he prevail? No. Regardless of the circumstances, he still breached his contract with Lucy. PART II SCHROEDER V LUCY On what contractual grounds could he sue? Schroeder could sue on the grounds that he was not advised to obtain his own independent counsel to have the document reviewed before signing the prenuptial agreement. He could sue that the agreement was unconscionable when it was executed and, he was not provided a fair and reasonable disclosure of the property or financial obligations of the other party and he did not have, or reasonably could not have had, an adequate knowledge of the property or financial obligations of the other party. Will he prevail? The resulted outcome can go either way, prenuptial agreements are routinely upheld and enforced by courts in virtually all states, even if only one party had an attorney (In re Marriage of Bonds 2000); however, there are circumstances in which courts have refused to enforce certain portions and provisions of such agreements(Estate of Lutz 1997). What if any defenses, contractual arguments or counterclaims would Lucy have? Lucy’s defense would be that while her actions were not laudatory they did not negate the voluntary nature of the execution. A unilateral promise such as to buy Schroeder a new piano if he will marry must be in writing. Such statements were not included in her prenuptial agreement. Lucy could also argue that it is Schroeder’s responsibility to delay the signing of an agreement that may not be understood. Will Lucy prevail? Yes, she acted appropriately and retained counsel on her behalf. LUCY V LAWYER On what contractual grounds could she sue? She could sue the attorney for negligent misconduct, malpractice and misrepresentation by concealment of not informing her of his status to practice law. The attorney violated state statues which prohibits the unauthorized practice of law and suspension for failure to pay bar fees. Will she prevail? Yes, many states have statues that suspend attorneys from practicing law for failure to pay their bar fees. Failure to pay the annual license fee will automatically suspend the delinquent lawyer from the practicing law in that state. What if any defenses, contractual arguments or counterclaims would the Lawyer have? None, he violated a state statue, and committed a fraud by practicing law knowing that his license may be suspended for not paying his bar dues. He shouldn’t have any defenses available because he engaged in fraudulent misrepresentation that was detrimental to public policy. Will he prevail in his defenses or his counterclaims? No. Technically, all the work that he might have done while not in the possession of a valid license might be voided. PIGPEN V MARCIE On what contractual grounds could he sue? Pigpen could sue Marcie for fraudulent misrepresentation the facts for failing to disclose that they is an insect infestation, when she informed Pigpen that there was no insect problem in her home. Pigpen could also sue for recovery of his earnest money that he gave to Marcie. Will he prevail? Yes. Marcie failed to comply with the full performance of the contract. What if any defenses, contractual arguments or counterclaims could Marcie have? Marcie can argue substantial complete performance by getting rid of the insect infestation. Will she prevail in his defenses or her counterclaims? No. The problem with insect infestation cannot be easily corrected and intentionally failing to comply with the terms is a breach of contract. She intentionally withheld pertinent information from Pigpen about the condition of her home in regards to insects. LUCY V MARCIE On what contractual grounds could she sue? Pigpen could sue Marcie for fraudulent misrepresentation the facts for failing to disclose that they is an insect infestation, when she informed Pigpen that there was no insect problem in her home. Pigpen could also sue for recovery of his earnest money that he gave to Marcie. Will he prevail? Yes. Marcie failed to comply with the full performance of the contract. What if any defenses, contractual arguments or counterclaims could Marcie have? Marcie can argue substantial complete performance by getting rid of the insect infestation. Will she prevail in his defenses or her counterclaims? No. The problem with insect infestation cannot be easily corrected and intentionally failing to comply with the terms is a breach of contract. She intentionally withheld pertinent information from Pigpen about the condition of her home in regards to insects. LUCY V MARCIE On what contractual grounds could she sue? None, Marcie placed a condition upon which the sale would go forward if the sale of her existing home met the conditions outlined. Will she prevail? No. Since Marcie was unable to secure a buyer for her home, the offer to buy Lucy’s home is voided on the grounds that the condition preceded her absolute duty to buy. What if any defenses, contractual arguments or counterclaims could Marcie have? Marcie could use the defense that she placed the condition precedent in her contract that she would buy Lucy’s home upon the sale of her own home for $300,000 or more within 30 days. Will she prevail in her defenses or her counterclaims? Yes, if no one pays the price she has established within the period indicated, the agreement to buy Lucy’s home will fail because the condition precedent was not met. MOMS V SCHROEDER On what contractual grounds could they sue Schroeder? The moms can sue on the grounds of personal performance because they did not consent to the change. The moms can claim that delegation was not effective because the students complained about Peppermint Patty’s ability and that materially altered their expectations. On what contractual grounds could they sue Peppermint Patty? They could sue Peppermint Patty for breach of her duty. Special trust was placed on her performance based on the personal skills of Schroeder. Will they prevail? Yes. Contractual duties cannot be delegated. The performance by Peppermint Patty varied materially from what was expected. Also, a delegation of duties does not relieve Schroeder of his obligations under the contract. What if any defenses or contractual arguments would Schroeder have? None, once Peppermint Patty failed to perform then Schroeder is liable to the moms. Will he prevail? No, the assumption of duty by Peppermint Patty varied materially from what was expected. Could he sue Peppermint Patty? Schroeder can sue Peppermint Patty for breach of contract and performance of duty. PEPPERMINT PATTY V SCHROEDER On what contractual grounds could she sue Schroeder? Peppermint Patty could sue Schroeder for payment of services rendered. Regardless of the fact, that the duties were not performed to the satisfaction of the moms, she still completed her obligation. Will she prevail? Possibly, personal satisfaction of the party must be fulfilled in order for a court to rule, unless the expression of dissatisfaction is to avoid payment. What if any defenses or contractual arguments would Schroeder have? Schroeder could argue that Peppermint Patty did not perform to the satisfaction of the moms and therefore performance was not satisfied and the condition was not fulfilled. Will he prevail? Yes, the breach was material since the performance was not at least substantial. Could he sue Peppermint Patty? Yes, he could sue Peppermint Patty for breach of contract of nonperformance of a contractual duty. PART III Once the offer was accepted by Linus from Charlie using the mailbox rule, the contract was valid and became effective upon acceptance. Linus is entitled to the $500 originally offered by Charlie. Vet Emporium’s is already bound by contract to perform a certain duty and should not be compensated for their negligence of duty, but should remedy Charlie for the loss and harm they caused Woodstock. It would not be prudent for Vet Emporium to compensate Sally for the return of Woodstock because the advertisement posted contained conditional precedent for the return to their office. Sally is entitled to the payment of $100 from Charlie since he orally expressed his intentions to reimburse Sally for finding and caring of Woodstock. Lucy should recover an additional $325.00 in compensatory damages and for other fees incurred to obtain performance from another source. Schroeder signed the prenuptial agreement voluntarily and the promises made by Lucy were not stipulated in the agreement so there are no grounds for compensation. Lucy should pay the attorney because of his negligence, malpractice and misrepresentation to practice law. Lucy’s attorney should be suspended for failure to pay his bar dues and the courts in the state where he practices should review all his cases. Pigpen should received compensation of his earnest money funds from Marcie and the contract should be voided for breach by Marcie. Lucy’s contract with Marcie is void because of the conditional precedent that Marcie placed upon the offer. Without the sale of her home, there is no valid contract with Lucy. The moms had a right from Schroeder to perform his contractual duty and should be compensated nominally for damages suffered. Peppermint Patty performed her obligations under this contract and Schroeder should pay for those services rendered, regardless of the satisfaction of the customers. That satisfaction is the responsibility of Schroder since he was the obligor. References: Clarkson, Miller, Jentz, and Frank B Cross (2009). Business Law, Text and Cases, 11th Ed., South-Western Lexis-Nexis Legal Research
Nintendo Wii Report (Assessment)
Abstract Nintendo is a games manufacturing in Japan. It was started a long time ago in the late 1800s (1880) by a man named Yamauch as small company producing playing cards for the Japanese market (Iwata, 2006).It was until 1970 through to 1985 that Nintendo started producing electronic toys and video games. Nintendo was the dominant player in the video gaming industry for decades soaring in the success of both consoles and hand held games. This lasted until the entry of other players who saw an opportunity in the gaming business. Sony launched its PS in the mid nineties while Microsoft came in with Xbox in 2001.This completely changed the face of the gaming industry because there was increased competition in terms of quality and innovativeness. Introduction Nintendo had been in the gaming industry for many decades without any reasonable competition; they had almost total control of the market and therefore had conventional marketing strategies that perhaps were not as sophisticated as present day marketing strategies with so much competition in the market. This analysis therefore seeks to critically look at the strategies employed by Nintendo before, upon the entry of competitors and any foreseen strategies that maybe employed. Microsoft and Sony’s strategies and mistakes will also be looked into and the some insight put on the way these strategies have changed the industry. Stakeholder analysis Stakeholder analysis is a means or strategy used to identify and closely look at the importance and influence of certain groups and/or individuals that could affect or get affected in some way by a particular project (Nager, 2009). In Marketing, many groups are considered but the most important can be summarized in four C’s; Customers, Competitors, Company, Community (Nager, 2009). As Nager puts it” This 4C’s Analysis is based in part on the 3C’s Model of Dr. Get your 100% original paper on any topic done in as little as 3 hours Learn More Kenichi Ohmae, a senior partner at McKinsey
Chapter 2 Issues Related to IoT Operational Excellence Paper and PPT
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2 Page PaperBased on Chapter 2 from the attached book write 2 page paper on why the IT organizational structure is an important concept to understand. Also, note the role of IT in the overall business strategy. Answer in proper APA format including Times New Roman with font size 12 and double spaced with proper references and in-text citations.One of the references should include the attached book.Include an APA cover page and include at least two APA formatted references (and APA in-text citations) to support the work. 3 slide pptAnd then find at least two scholarly articles about IoT. Prepare a minimum of three slides that address issues related to IoT. Be sure to give attribution to your sources.Make sure no Plagiarism!
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A Report On Sleep Deprivation Psychology Essay
Sleep Deprivation is one of the most common problems held in the United States. Lack of sleep is an increasing problem that is not cautioned enough in today’s society. An excessively sleepy person deals with the short and long term effects, and also may be at risk for multiple disorders following such deprivation. This paper will present the effects and possible links to certain diseases related to sleep deprivation, and how to prevent sleep deprivation from occurring. Causes The average person needs 7 ( – 2) hours of sleep a night to function regularly (“A Good Nights Sleep” 2009). To many Americans, this number is only a suggestion. Many people believe that they can function normal with much less sleep than recommended, and therefore do not aquire the necessary amount. When a person puts off the sleep that is needed, a “sleep debt” is created. Sleep debt occurs when lost sleep builds up over time and a person requires more sleep to feel rested (Dement 1997). The most common people suffering from sleep deprivation are college students and elderly men and women. College students tend to lose sleep because voluntary actions. Attending parties, and finishing procrastinated projects tend to be the main causes (Purdy 2009). In elderly people, the main causes of sleep deprivation are the fact that many take naps during the day, making it more difficult for them to fall asleep at night (Dama 2005), and diseases more common in the elderly, like Alzheimer’s tend to cause lower amounts of sleep to be obtained (Purdy 2009). Effects Sleep Deprivation is one of the most common problems in the American society. It is a problem that causes, in many different ways, harm to our bodies and personalities. Sleep deprivation has showed a decrease in performance in school and at work for students and adults. It tends to “increase the use of marijuana, caffeine, and cigarettes.”(Dama 2005). Too little sleep results in causing a person to become forgetful, or become easily confused (Grayling 2009). “‘Sleep length has been shown to be related to life satisfaction and sleep quality to several measures of health and well being (Craig 2009).'” Our own loss of sleep does not only affect ourselves, but the lives of people around us. Tiredness causes a person to be moody and irritable, which is never a fun personality to be around (“A Good Nights Sleep” 2009). “Every year, 200,000 motor vehicle accidents occur because of sleep deprivation” (Dama 2009). This number is insanely high, given the fact that sleep deprivation is a very preventable thing. A person may also be more vulnerable to making mistakes when overly tired, which is in some cases very fatal to patients in a hospital (Dama 2009). Links to Disorders and Risks Aside from the common, every-day effects of sleep deprivation, there are also a number of more serious effects. As described earlier, mental effects are often caused by lack of sleep. However, the brain is not the only thing affected. Sleep deprivation has been found to cause damages to the immune system. “Proinflammatory cytokins” increase with the number of hours of sleep a person has lost. This can cause “‘cardiovascular inflammation and risk (Tuma 2006).'” It has also been found that a poor amount of sleep can cause increase in body mass. People who sleep less crave more food (Tuma 2006). It has been discovered that there is a link between sleep deprivation and type 2 diabetes (Grayling 2009). The fact that a lack of sleep causes tiredness, moodiness and irritability also relates to the fact that sleep deprivation is linked to depression. Depression rates have spiked since the increase of participants in the medical field (Dama 2005). Prevention Sleep Deprivation causes many minor, but possibly severe effects. However, sleep deprivation is not a disease. It can easily be prevented by taking time to use methods to improve a person’s sleeping environment, falling asleep, and the quality of a person’s sleep. The environment a person sleeps in is very important to your sleeping habits. Keep your bedroom at a comfortable room temperature. Take time to experiment which temperatures are cozy at night (Saison, Segal and Barston 2008). The comfier a person is, the more vulnerable they are to falling asleep. Make sure the mattress is as firm or soft as preferred, and there are enough blankets (“A Good Nights Sleep” 2009). Keep the noise level to a minimum. The quieter a bedroom is, the better. If it is not possible to eliminate some noises, such as the hustle and bustle of the city area, try to block these noises out. Using a fan or a soothing CD are a couple of methods that have been used to increase vulnerability to sleep (Saison, Segal and Barston 2008). A bedroom should have one purpose, and one purpose only: Sleeping. If a bedroom is used as an office or a living room, the unnecessary distractions will make it hard for a person to relax. Visions of doing office work or watching a person’s favorite television show may fill the mind, making it nearly impossible to sleep (“A Good Nights Sleep” 2009). Regular exercise and good eating habits have been found to increase the hours or desired sleep. As little as 20 minutes can have a positive effect. However, exercising within 3 hours of a person’s desired bedtime has been found to make sleeping more difficult (“A Good Nights Sleep” 2009). This is because exercise “‘stimulates the body, raising its temperature'” and “‘ a cooler body temperature is related with sleep (Saison, Segal and Barston 2008).'” When and how much you eat is also related to the quality of your sleep. Making diner time at least 2 hours before you go to bed, and choosing the right foods to eat can add to good quality sleep. Calcium is an ideal nutrient to have before sleep. However, a person should avoid eating too much protein before bed. Protein stimulates brain activity, making it harder to fall asleep. Fatty and rich foods also have negative effects on sleep (Saison, Segal and Barston 2008). In order to improve sleep, a person must have basic knowledge about common sleep disturbances and how they can be treated. One of the main causes for over-tiredness in the U.S. is untreated sleep disturbances. A couple of these disturbances include Insomnia, Nightmares, and sleep apnea. “‘Insomnia includes difficulty in getting to sleep or staying asleep, and also not feeling rested after sleeping (Denis Coon and John O. Mitterer 2007 p.232).'” Actions that can be taken to calm this disturbance are stimulus control (getting up and going to sleep at the same time), sleep restriction (restricting oneself to a normal amount of sleep), paradoxal intention (removing pressures of trying to fall asleep), relaxation techniques, exercise, and avoiding stimulants (Denis Coon and John O. Mitterer 2007 pp. 232-233). Nightmares are “‘bad dreams that take place during REM sleep.’ “There are a few simple steps that can be taken in order to eliminate nightmares. First, write down and describe everything you remember about the nightmare in detail. Once written down, change the parts of your dream you wish to change, and be sure to re-write the new dream in detail. Finally, imagery rehearsal is used. Imagery rehearsal is when a person “‘mentally rehearses the changed dream before you fall asleep again (Denis Coon and John O. Mitterer 2007 p. 233).'” In sleep apnea, “‘breathing stops for periods of 20 seconds to 2 minutes, causing a person to wake up to gulp in air.'” This disturbance can occur for one of two reasons. The first is that the brain may stop sending the signals that maintain breathing. The other cause is blockage of the upper air passages. Treatments to this disturbance include “‘weight loss, surgery for breathing obstructions, and use of a CPAP mask to aid breathing during sleep(Denis Coon and John O. Mitterer 2007 Pg 234).'” To treat any of these disturbances, the first step is to talk to a doctor and be treated for them. One of the main causes of sleep deprivation is untreated sleep disturbances. Conclusion Sleep Deprivation is a major issue. It not only has mental and physical effects on ourselves, but in many ways it can negatively effect the lives of other people. Being aware of a healthy amount of sleep and ways to control a person’s sleeping habits are necessary for living a long and healthy life.
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Managerial Decision Making”
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Take a position on whether or not managerial groups within a large organization are more likely to make better decisions than individual managers within the same organization. Provide support for your position.
Describe the process of a decision you made in the last month at work or at home.
Which of the models —the classical, administrative, or political—did you use to make your decision?
Respond to the post of at least one of your peers.
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