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PHIL102 Southern Illinois University Knowing Our Minds Discussion

PHIL102 Southern Illinois University Knowing Our Minds Discussion.

You are to compose a 3-5-page argument answering one of the thematic questions that frames each chapter in the textbook between Weeks 1-7 (for example: Chapter 3’s is “What is Knowledge?”). You are required to use at least three of the required readings to form your argument.You may use whatever citation format you are most familiar with, as long as you are citing in a proper format and you are consistent throughout your paper.Please refer to the section at the beginning of the textbook on writing for philosophy as well as the following link:
PHIL102 Southern Illinois University Knowing Our Minds Discussion

Human Resource Management & Organizational Safety and Health Programs Discussion.

Reflect on the assigned readings for the week. Identify what you thought was the most important concept(s), method(s), term(s), and/or any other thing that you felt was worthy of your understanding.Also, provide a graduate-level response to each of the following questions:Why is it economically beneficial to maintain workplaces that are safe, healthy, and drug-free?As an HR professional, what arguments could you provide to convince top management to support the establishment of a safety program?Discuss the relationship between alcohol abuse and stress. As an HR professional, why is it important to recognize the warning signs of both?
Human Resource Management & Organizational Safety and Health Programs Discussion

2.1 INTRODUCTION In essence, the job of a strategist is to understand and cope with competition. Often, managers define competition too narrowly, as if it occurred only among today’s direct competitors. Lall, (2001, p. 6) stated that “competitiveness in industrial activities means developing relative efficiency along with sustainable growth” Moreover, agribusiness competitiveness has been defined as “The sustained ability to profitably gain and maintain market share”(Martin, Westgren,
“You can be whatever you want to be as long as you are happy,” little girls hear this encouragement from their parents all the time (Mullins). They are of no different than boys. They are treated equally, as a human, by the adults. However, it is a totally different story in some other parts of the world. Young girls in developing countries, like India have been receiving constant reminders of who they are since the day they are born. They are told to behave, to understand their position in the society and to obey the instructions and rules given. By tracking back human’s history; it is not hard to find out that gender discrimination has been rooting in the society for ages. Although the situation has improved a lot with the enforcement of laws and with the help of education, there are still many girls out there who are still suffering silently, helplessly, in the dark. This is exactly what happened to the African women and girls in Nervous Conditions written by Tsi Tsi Dangarembga in 1988. Perhaps it is the culture or perhaps it is the routine but no matter they are adults like Mainimi, Maiguru and Lucia or girls like Nyasha and Tambuzai, they cannot avoid this disaster that befalls them, the evil voices that keep on repeating that they are not to have the same opportunity as men in education, they are to devote themselves for their family and finally they have a lower standard then men in society because it is what it is and it is correct. Tambu has been told umpteenth time to stop her school in which she is reluctant to comply with and she is being told that she is to give up her study because she is a girl and her brother is a boy. In the society back then or even now, it is not advisable to send young girls to Song 2 school because it will not bring any good to the family and also in order to protect their virginity. They believe that it is better to let girls stay at home to help doing works and to learn to be a good wife. When Tambu’s family is not able to pay the school fees, they tell Tambu to stop going to school in order to give that opportunity to her brother although it is obvious that she is doing better than her brother in studying. They tell her that it is useless for her to receive education because she is unlike her brother who will be able to bring fame and prosper to their family in the future. Her father even tells her that “‘it’s the same everywhere. Because [she is] a girl'” (Tsi 21). Just like what happen in the story, parents in developing country usually think that ” while educating a boy is generally seen as a sound investment, sending a girl to school is frequently seen either as bringing no gain at all, or, worse, as an actual waste of resources” (“Gender”). Also, the villagers do not like Mainimi and Nyasha because they are educated. “People [are] prejudiced against educated women” (Tsi 184) because they think that those women are trying to surpass men, which is a disrespectful and intolerable act. Nyasha’s parents are not happy when she appears to be too clever and educated because they are afraid that she will start questioning the system that discriminates women. In school, “peripheral adults like [Nyasha]’s teachers [think] she [is] a genius and encouraged this aspect of her. But her mother and father [are] worried about her development” (Tsi 98). In their opinion, it is better for her to remain illiterate because “without an education, she cannot even voice her opinion, stand up for herself monetarily as well as emotionally, or battle the discrimination from a social pulpit” (Borade). No matter it is the educated Maiguru or the illiterate Mainimi, all of them have to learn and be able to do household works and they should be willing to do everything to please their husband because their husbands are just like their masters. Women have been brainwashed Song 3 since small that they are to devote themselves fully for the family. It seems that it is only natural that the wives have to do all kind of tasks from morning till night because this is their only contribution towards the family or else they will be totally useless. The situation in the novel in which “[Mainimi], lips [press] tight, would hitch little Rambanai more securely on her back and continue silently at her labours” (Tsi 7) in the farm while her husband is chatting with her brother in their house shows a deep contrast of the work load between husband and wife. When Mainimi realizes that they are too poor to send both of her children to school, “[she begins] to boil eggs, which she [carries] to the bus terminal to passengers passing through…extending her garden so that there [are] more to sell” (Tsi 15). Since a long time ago, people have fixed the stereotype for women where “… a woman’s place [is] in the home, raising children and tending to domestic affairs” (Gemac). Besides that, through her novel, Tsi Tsi Dangerembga has showed the readers a society in which women are not allowed to participate in the family discussion although they are part of the family because they are only in control of the kitchen and they don’t have the right to give their opinions in any issues. “Babamukuru [steps] inside, [follow] by a retinue of grandfathers, uncles and brothers…Behind them [dance] female relatives of the lower strata” (Tsi 37) because in this society of theirs, women are not of the same standard as men and thus they have to let men take control of everything. Even in this decade, gender discrimination is still happening as the recent research has shown that only about fifty per cent of women participate in household decisions in ten of the thirty countries surveyed (“Unicef”). Women in Rhodesia at that time have lost their freedom to men as they cannot even control what they want to do or say. They are bounded to their families, the rules. Even an educated women like Maiguru “[can] not use the money she [earns] for her own purposes and [has] been prevented by Song 4 marriage from doing the things she [wants] to do” (Tsi 103) and that is why Tambuzai is being told by her mum that “being a woman [is] a burden because you [have] to bear children and look after them and the husband” (Tsi 16). When she tells her daughter this cruel fact of life, she has long given up on fighting for her own freedom because it seems impossible no matter how she looks at it. As she grows and gains more knowledge, Tambu realizes that it is wrong for women to be treated as a property of men and that they have been brainwashed into believing that it is their responsibility to serve their husband alright. Women are told that they are property of men and that their existences in this world hold only one purpose which is to serve men and thus they should know their positions and do not complain. The worst part is that, the women themselves do not believe that they have been treated badly and they strongly believe that they are of a lower social standard as compared to men which is not true. Women at that time do not have say in their marriage. When the time comes, their fathers will choose a husband for them and they are not allowed to say “no”. They are not allowed to choose the guy they like and as a consequence of trying to pick her own guy, Nyasha is being condemned by her father to a whoredom, “… making her a victim of her femaleness…”(Tsi 118). Sometimes, the fathers will even sell their daughters in order to get some money from the marriage like what happen to Mainimi as”…[her father can] not claim a very high bride-price for [her]and so [her] marriage [does] not improve her family’s condition very much”(Tsi 128). In addition, a man is allowed to have more than one wife but women cannot. Although Jeremiah already has Mainimi as his wife, “[he is] quite taken with the idea of having Lucia as a second wife” (Tsi 129) and even worse, Lucia is Mainimi’s younger sister. It is the utmost important responsibility for a family to have more sons than daughters. As soon as Tmbuzai realizes how little she is compared to her brothers and as soon as “exclusion Song 5 [whispers] that [her] existence [is] not necessary [and that should not produce her but] instead another Nyamo, another Chido, another Babamukuru-to-be.” (Tsi 40) With those thought in mind, the number of female infanticide is extremely high in counties like India and China “…due to preference for male babies and from the low value associated with the birth of females” (Porras). No matter it is the inequality in education opportunity, the unfairness in workload and status in family or the difference of social standard in society, women have been treated unequally since a long time ago and although right now, through laws and regulations, their rights have been protected, there are some places which are still practicing it. In the play Macbeth written by Shakespeare about four hundred years ago, women are portrayed as something evil and they will lead men to their downfalls. Through the evil and contradictory witches and the ambitious and fake Lady Macbeth, Shakespeare tries to warn the society that women too can be dangerous and scary if they are too clever and do not be put under control. Shakespeare’s plays show that gender discrimination has been in the society as early as four hundred years ago In order for the society to change their impression and perspective towards women, education must come in but the most important thing is to let women realize these themselves and stand up bravely against the system. Song 6 Work Cited Borade, Gaynor. “Effects of Gender Discrimination in Education.” Gender Discrimination in Education. Pp: Pb, year. Web. Gemac.”Gender Discrimination.” HYPERLINK “”Freedom of associationHYPERLINK “” to HYPERLINK “”Good Will. Pp: Pb, year. Web. “Gender Discrimination and Funding” Why aren’t girls in schools? Pp: Right to Education project, 2008. Web. Mullins, Julie. “Gender Discrimination.” Children in need Inc.Ed. Pp: Pb, 1998-2010.Web. Porras, Marina. “Female Infanticide and FoeticideHYPERLINK “”.” Gendercide Watch: Female Infanticide. Pp: Gendercide Watch, 1999-2004. Web. Tsi Tsi, Dangarembga. Nervous Conditions. United Kingdom: Ayebia Clarke Publishing Ltd, 2004.Print. “Unicef”. ” Inequality in decision-making.” Inequality in Household. Pp: Unicef, 1946-2006. Web.

CUNY Lehman College Unilateral Contract and Points Oral Contracts Exam

CUNY Lehman College Unilateral Contract and Points Oral Contracts Exam.

Question 1A quasi contract is not an actual contract. 


Question 2Contract disputes rarely arise on a promise of future performance.


Question 3Parties with contractual capacity may form an enforceable contract. 


Question 4When the words in a contract have more than one meaning, they are cut from the contract. 


Question 5There are no exceptions to the rule that contracts voluntarily entered into will be enforced. 


Question 6A party who confers a benefit on someone else unnecessarily can recover the cost under the principle of quasi contract.


Question 7″Consideration” refers to the genuine assent of all of the parties to a contract. 


Question 8All Contracts must be in writing to be valid. 


Question 91 PointIn a unilateral contract, notification is still necessary even though acceptance is usually evident from performance of the called-for act.


Question 101 PointIn a contract, the value of the consideration given must be equal in value to the consideration received. 


Question 112 PointsOral contracts

are not legal.
cannot be enforced in court.
lack agreement.
are harder to prove than written contracts.

Question 122 PointsAloysius drives a delivery truck for Acme, Inc. Aloysius is required to work for Acme between the hours of 7:30am and 4:00pm, take one hour for lunch and wear a standard issue teal colored uniform (as to distinguish him from a UPS driver). Acme pays Aloysius every two weeks, net of withholdings. One otherwise nondescript day, while making a delivery for Acme and running late, Aloysius plows into a big yellow school bus in front of him that had the audacity to actually slow down for a yellow light. Unfortunately, Violet, an elderly passenger in the bus, was killed instantly. Violet’s family sues both Aloysius and Acme for wrongful death and $75,000,000 in damages. Who is liable?

Acme is solely liable.
Aloysius is solely liable.
Aloysius & Acme are jointly and severally liable.
None of the above.

Question 132 Points A bilateral contract involves a(n) 

act for an act.
act for a promise.
promise for a promise.
promise for an act.

Question 142 PointsCollins contracted to loan Merrell $400 so that Merrell could gamble with the money. Merrell lost the entire amount and refused to repay Collins on the loan contract. Collins then filed a lawsuit in a Kentucky state court against Merrell for breaching the contract. Merrell claimed that he did not have to repay the loan because gambling was illegal in Kentucky and therefore their contract was void. The court most likely found that the contract was:

void, because it was unconscionable.
void, because it was for an illegal purpose.
void, because Collins did not gamble.
void, because Merrell would be unjustly enriched if he did not have to repay the loan.

Question 152 PointsBeyond-the-Sea Corporation and Homeport Company make a deal for Homeport’s products, via e-records. Under the UETA, an e-record is considered sent when it: 

is composed on the sender’s computer.
leaves the sender’s control.
is stored in the sender’s back-up system.
is signed and encrypted, and will be sent without changes.

Question 162 PointsGeoffrey G. Smoove owns and operates a dating service. His lifelong friend Gorgeous Gilmore works for Geoffrey. For several years, the business is extremely profitable and Geoffrey & Gilmore are the most compatible business associates. Gilmore, a former tax attorney, is Geoffrey’s best employee. However, four years into the business, Gilmore decides that he wants to devote his life to show business and become a rap star (in spite of the fact that he is completely devoid of any talent). Gilmore (using his new stage name: “H-Crew”) spends an inordinate amount of time on his new career and less & less time at the business. Geoffrey becomes increasingly frustrated and calls Gilmore to tell him that he’s fired, and that Geoffrey has hired their mutual friend Wilhelm (“The Colonel”) Klink as Gorgeous Gilmore’s replacement. Is the agency between Geoffrey G. Smoove and Gorgeous Gilmore terminated?

Yes, because Gilmore’s actions constitute a renunciation of authority.
No, because Geoffrey is continuing the business as a going concern.
Yes, because Geoffrey’s actions constitute a revocation of authority.
No, because Geoffrey and Gilmore are still lifelong friends in spite of this unfortunate episode.

Question 172 PointsAssume that Gorgeous Gilmore is so consumed by his desire for the bright lights  of Las Vegas that he spends all of his money on movie auditions and recording sessions. In addition, Gilmore has missed several lucrative appointments with Voluptuous Velma. Voluptuous Velma, who recently escaped from an institution for the criminally insane,(and whose real name is Wilma Krankheimer), is the escort service’s best paying customer. Gilmore is now obsessed with show business to the point of no longer paying his bills, and his personal creditors are hounding him for payment. Gilmore’s finances are now shot and he is forced by his creditors into a Chapter 7 bankruptcy proceeding. Geoffrey, meanwhile, is about to call Gilmore to fire him when Gilmore walks into the office, sobbing uncontrollably and telling Geoffrey that he is now bankrupt, and must leave the business to settle his financial affairs. What happens now?

The business is automatically dissolved.
The agency can be terminated only with the approval of Gilmore’s creditors.
A and B only
The agency is automatically terminated.

Question 182 PointsYour friend made the following statement: “I might sell my car next month if I can get a good price.” This statement is

an offer to a formal contract.
an offer to a unilateral contract.
an offer to a bilateral contract.
not an offer.

Question 192 PointsNora signs a contract to buy a car just before reaching the age of majority. After reaching the age of majority, Nora does not take possession or make payments. Most courts would hold that she had:

ratified the contract.
rescinded the contract.
executed the contract.
disaffirmed the contract.

Question 202 PointsFowler, an antiques dealer, wrote a letter to Gorcey on May 9 offering to sell Gorcey the grandfather clock that Gorcey had seen at Fowler’s antiques show. The letter stated that the acceptance had to be received by May 15. Gorcey mailed a letter of acceptance on May 15 that reached Fowler on May 16. A valid contract was made 

on May 15.
on May 9.
on May 16.
at no time.

Question 212 PointsIf Stornelli pays Mooney $50 to keep an offer for the sale of a personal computer open for a definite length of time, their agreement is called a(n) 

quasi contract.

Question 222 PointsA police officer is not entitled to a reward offered for the arrest of a criminal because 

the officer has a legal duty to arrest criminals.
a reward is not legal consideration.
the reward is not an offer.
the reward is too high.

Question 232 PointsWhich of the following agreements is unenforceable because of lack of valid consideration? 

Johnson agreed to donate $1,000 to the United Hospital Building Fund. On the basis of this and similar promises, construction was started.
Davis promised to give his neighbor’s son $50 if the boy would refrain from trespassing on his property. Because of Davis’ promise, the boy complied.
Boyd agreed to sell his used motorboat to Yates for $500. Yates offered the $500.
Philips promised his nephew $200 if the boy would refrain from smoking until he reached age twenty-one. Because of this promise, his nephew did not smoke.

Question 242 PointsThe mailbox rule generally makes acceptance of an offer effective at the time the acceptance is dispatched. The mailbox rule does not apply if:

Both the offeror and offeree are merchants.
The offer expressly provides that an acceptance not take effect until it is actually received.
The offer proposes a real estate contract.
The offer is not open for more than 90 days.

Question 252 PointsWhich of the following is the correct statement of law?I) A legally enforceable agreement can result even if an offer was never accepted.II) A contract can be in effect for any lawful purpose

II only
I only
Neither I nor II
Both I and II

Question 262 PointsUsury laws provide protection in a contract that is 

for the loan of money.
for the sale of merchandise on credit.
to be performed on Sunday.
for the restraint of trade.

Question 272 PointsFred offered, in writing, to sell Barney a parcel of land for $300,000. If Freddies without Barney accepting, the offer will:

Automatically terminate despite Barney’s prior acceptance
Terminate prior to Barney’s acceptance only if Barney received notice of Fred’s death.
Remain open for a reasonable period of time after Fred’s death.
None of the above are correct.

Question 282 PointsAllen, the owner of Bar-B-Q Café, announces that he plans to paint its front fluorescent red. Betty, the owner of Upscale Dress Shop next door, promises to pay Allen $35,000 to use a more conservative color. Allen agrees. Betty’s promise is:

Unenforceable, because Allen’s color choice was offensive to Betty.
Unenforceable; Allen is just out of luck.
Enforceable, because Allen would resent Betty if she never paid.
Enforceable, because Allen agreed to refrain from doing something he was legally entitled to do                                                       

Question 292 Points The ________________________ rule is a rule which states that for an acceptance to exist, the offeree must accept the terms as stated in the offer. 

Mirror Image
Shadow Box

Question 302 PointsLuke offered to sell his farm to Kent at $75,000, an offer which Kent declined. A week later, Luke offered to sell the farm for $65,000, stating that it was the final offer, it was valid for one month, and that he would not alter it. Two days later, Kent replied by saying that he was willing to pay $60,000 for the farm. A week after Luke received Kent’s offer, Luke declined it. Ten days after that, Kent agreed to buy the farm for $65,000, but Luke refused to sell the farm. Kent decided to sue Luke for a breach of contract. The judge ruled in favor of Luke. Which one of the following is the reason for the ruling in Luke’s favor? 

Luke’s original offer of $75,000 is still valid, even though rejected.
Kent’s counteroffer of $60,000 had rendered the offer for $65,000 invalid.
Kent’s acceptance was past the set time period in the offer.
Kent acted in an incompetent manner with regards to the offer.

Question 312 PointsWhile driving his employer’s vehicle to call on a customer, Mandel decides to take a big detour to pick up a few friends for cocktails in another city and in the process negligently runs into Chan’s parked vehicle. In this situation, who is liable to Chan for damages? 

The employer is liable to Chan for damages.
Neither the employer nor Mandel is liable because the car was illegally parked.
Mandel is on a “frolic” of his own and is solely liable for Chan’s damages.
None of the above.

Question 322 PointsTodd Winger, 15 years old, signs a contract to receive flying lessons at a local airport. It is legal in Todd’s state to take flying lessons as early as age 14. Todd’s parents drive him to his weekly lesson, the flight school gets paid each month, and Todd continues to show up for the weekly lessons for an entire year. Which of the following is correct?

The flight school, after learning it just did business with a minor, can cancel the contract at any time.
Todd can cancel the contract at any time while still a minor, but is automatically locked into the contract once he reaches the age of majority.
Todd can cancel the contract at any time while still a minor, and also within a reasonable time after he reaches the age of majority.
Todd may cancel the contract at any time while he is a minor, but would have to pay for the flight lessons he already received

Question 332 PointsFrost was hired as general manager of Casey’s snow plowing business. As general manager, Frost has 

implied authority to hire and fire people to help clear snow.
implied authority to sell the snow plowing business.
implied authority to purchase new equipment.
express authority to cancel equipment orders placed by Casey.

Question 342 PointsWhich of the following statements best describes an agent’s duty of loyalty?

It refers to a fiduciary duty an agent owes not to act contrary to the interests of the principal.
It refers to a duty that an agent has to maintain an accurate accounting of all transactions undertaken on the principal’s behalf.
It refers to a duty that an agent owes to notify the principal of important information concerning the agency.
It refers to a duty that an agent owes to meet the standards of reasonable care, skill, and diligence implicit in all contracts.

Question 35To prevail in an action for contract fraud, the plaintiff must prove which of the following?I) The plaintiff justifiably relied on the misrepresentationII) The defendant made the misrepresentation with knowledge of its falsity and with the intention to deceive. 

II only
Neither I nor II
I only
Both I and II

CASE ESSAYS Answer any three (3) cases. Please explain the reasons for your answers and define the law that supports your conclusion.
Question 36Allison was a systems analyst with the CIA. She was also a compulsive, degenerate gambler who was always in debt to her bookie. When her husband Chuck found some papers marked “TOP SECRET” at home in a dresser drawer, he asked Allison about it. She confessed that she had been selling some confidential documents to an employee of the North Korean embassy to pay off her gambling debts, and that she needed to make one more sale to finish paying her debt obligation. She begged Chuck to help her make this one last delivery and she promised to give Chuck $95,000 of the $400,000 payoff. She also promised to join Gamblers Anonymous and quit gambling after this one last score. Chuck, against his better judgment, reluctantly agreed to help Allison make her last delivery. Is there an enforceable contract between anyone?

Question 37Amy owes Sandy $90,000 for services rendered. Amy hasn’t paid the bill yet. Sandy        has been threatening to sue Amy for the unpaid debt. In response, Amy sues Sandy       to have the contract thrown out, alleging economic duress. Will Amy prevail?

Question 38Herbie Bittman, age 17, executed a contact for the purchase of a pleasure car from a used car dealer or $2000. When Herbie changed his mind and attempted to return the car three months later the sales manager, Sam Dichter, said, “The contract is legally valid and all sales are final. I am not taking the car back.” Herbie, who has not turned 18, come to you for advice. Was Dichter’s statement legally correct? Why or why not?

Question 39Wendy sold a commercial building to Ann, an educated person. Ann merely half-read the contract that she signed. As a result, she did not notice the provision in the contract about the interest on the purchase price. Ann refused to pay interest specified in the contract, and Wendy sued her. Ann’s argument is that Wendy never told her of the interest provision in the contract, and she should not be liable. Is Ann correct? Why or why not?

Question 40Amy promises in writing to pay her cousin Edgar, who is dangerously obese, $10,000 if Edgar loses 100 pounds within eighteen months. Edgar agrees, and undergoes an extensive weight reduction program under his doctor’s care. Edgar loses the weight within the agreed upon time, and fees much better. He contracts Amy and asks for the money. Amy refuses to pay, alleging there was no valid consideration for it, and Edgar is much healthier now, which is the most important thing. Edgar files a suit against Amy. In whose favor is the court likely to rule, and why?

Question 41Fly by Night Airlines, Inc. is a commercial passenger airline. Fly by Night includes on its tickets a clause that states that the airline will not be liable for the injury or death of any passenger cause by its, or its employees’ negligence. A Fly by Night shuttle flight form Washington to New York crashes into the East River, resulting in the deaths of all passengers and crew members. The cause of the accident is the direct result of Fly by Night’s negligence. Fly by Night arguers that because the terms were expressly stated on each ticket, the passengers thereby agreed to the airline’s contract terms. Based on the clause on its tickets, can Fly by Night avoid liability?

CUNY Lehman College Unilateral Contract and Points Oral Contracts Exam

Saudi Electronic University Googles Evaluation System Case Study

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Reference Source: Textbook:-Colquitt, J. A., LePine, J. A., & Wesson, M. J. (2019). Organizational behaviour: Improving performance and commitment in the workplace (6th ed). Burr Ridge, IL: McGraw-Hill Irwin.Case Study: -Case: GooglePlease read the case “Google” from Chapter 6 “Motivation.” Page: – 187 given in your textbook – Organizational behaviour: Improving performance and commitment in the workplace (6th ed). by Colquitt, J. A., LePine, J. A., & Wesson, M. J. (2019) and Answer the following Questions:Assignment Question(s):1. Do you agree with Bock that star performers should get a lot more—not just a little more—than average performers? If someone earning a 3 on Google’s evaluation system gets a 2 percent raise, what should employees earning 4’s and 5’s get? (1.25 Marks )2. Given the budget issues created by giving star performers more, should someone earning a 3 get a 2 percent raise—or should they get less? What are the arguments for and against a 2 percent raise level for average performers? (1.25 Marks )3. Consider all the things Google’s People Operations group does to motivate its employees. Which motivation theories do they seem to be leveraging, and how? (1.25 Marks )Part:-2Discussion question: Page: -167, please see the table and read carefully and then give your answers on the basis of your understanding.4. Which of the outcomes in Table 6-2 are most appealing to you? Are you more attracted to extrinsic outcomes or intrinsic outcomes? Do you think that your preferences will change as you get older? (1.25 Marks )The book
Saudi Electronic University Googles Evaluation System Case Study

University Canada West Research Methods for the Organizational Change Essay

University Canada West Research Methods for the Organizational Change Essay.

Compare, contrast, and offer conclusion/analysis of change models1.Using the table below, compare and contrast eight key elements of six major change management models that you have learned to determine their utility in managing organizational change.-Use your own best judgement to rate in the table(1=low, 2=medium, 3=high) provided how well each of the 6 key change models incorporate the 8 most important factors of change. You will come to your conclusion based on your research into the 6 models. There is no wrong/right answer. This is an exercise in your ability to understand terms, apply critical thinking and to defend that thinking.INTRODUCTION: Give a introduction to your assignment stating the why identifying and leading change is important. Also write what you are doing in this report-Write a very short and clear explanation of each change model and then a very brief explanation of why each of the 8 change factors is important in the field of change management. This now allows you to present the table (example below) with your ratings of the different modelsANALYSIS: This is where you provide your analysis based on the numbers found in the table.-Which column heading has the highest total on the bottom line? This answer is what you have concluded is/are the most common factors found within the 7 major change management models. Why do you think that is? If you rated them all the same then you must explain why.-Which row (each of the change models) has the highest total on the far right? Which change management model has the highest total according to your assessment? Why did you come to that conclusion?CONCLUSION & RECOMMENDATION:-Which of the change management models or a combination thereof is in your view the BEST approach for organizations to use in aligning the need for internal change with a changing external or internal environment? What can make a difference in what you recommend? Other points to remember-Please submit in Turnitin in the portal under Week 3-Follow APA guidelines-Write minimum 5 to 6 referencesAbout 2000 words
University Canada West Research Methods for the Organizational Change Essay

Discussion- 500 words / Apa format

Discuss the following: 1. Based on your readings, do worldwide executives believe blockchain has the potential to radically change the future of organizations? You are required to cite this week’s assigned readings in your paper. You may also cite prior week’s reading assignments and external sources if you wish. Use the following headings to organize your paper: Introduction, Question 1, Conclusion, References. Writing Requirements for all Assignments: References MUST be cited within your paper in APA format. Your reference page and in-text citations must match 100%. Papers without in-text citations will earn failing grades. Always include a cover page and reference page with all submissions Your paper must have headings in it. For discussion posts Introduction, Prompt/Question, and Conclusion will suffice as headings.   Provide the EXACT web link for all online sources – do not provide just the home page, but the EXACT LINK – I check all sources No abbreviations, no contractions – write formally Write in the third person formal voice (no first or second person pronouns) Write MORE than the minimum requirement of the word count assigned As always, the word count is ONLY for the BODY of the paper – the cover page, reference page, and / or Appendix (if included) do not count towards the word count for the paper  Indent the first line of each new paragraph five spaces Refer to the example APA paper in the getting started folder under the content tab if you need an example. Also, a power is provided under the information tab that addresses APA format. Use double-spacing / zero point line spacing, a running header, page numbers, and left justify the margins. mandatory research  1. Pawczuk, L., Massey, R.,