Category: Organisational Behavior and Design (page 2 of 13)

The Seven Deadly Sins in the Film ‘Seven’

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Using the film “Seven ” as a main point of focus, unpack how the movie highlights the seven deadly sins as extreme forms of vice which can destroy one’s life. Explore John Doe’s perspective and how his killings are meant to exemplify the way the seven deadly sins can harm life. Doe accuses people of accepting sins as trivial r even normal and thus alright. Do you think he is right to castigate such forms of behavior? Focus on one sin in particular and investigate whether it is destruction to oneself and/or others and be sure to use concrete examples. Continue reading

Reformulating Bentham’s Utilitarianism Theory

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How does Mill reformulate Bentham ’s theory of utilitarianism? Does he offer a better version of utilitarianism? Why or why not? Does Mill defeat some of the common objections raised against utilitarianism? Using Saving Private Ryan, or Extreme Measures, explore how utilitarianism can operate. Do you  agree or disagree with utilitarianism?

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Implementing Organizational Strategies Successfully

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A firm’s strategy is only as good as its implementation. Describe the organizational requirements for a successful execution of the strategies you recommend, including organizational structure, management control systems, and compensation policies. And how to implement the recommended strategies. Continue reading

SAMPLE PAPER: BUSINESS INNOVATION

BUSINESS INNOVATION

Introduction

The proliferation of the internet and the spanning out of globalization has led to an increased business presence in industries and markets. The result has been the constant saturation of the said markets. Consequently, it has led organizations to develop newer ways through which they create newer value propositions for the business and its customers. Also consistent with these trends is the shift from a focus on the supply side of a business offering to customer demand dynamics. According to Teece & Pisano, companies can no longer depend on the accumulation of technological assets to hold a considerable competitive advantage in the market (1994, p.1). Organizations now have to adopt dynamic capabilities to make sure that they capture value wherever they can find it. The shift requires the consideration other elements such as the timely response to rapid and flexible product innovation, together with an adequate management capability, for example, to coordinate and utilize the internal and external competencies efficiently (Teece & Pisano, 1994). These capabilities rest on the potential of the resources, processes, and values in an organization, as they determine what it can or cannot do and the sorts of innovations the organization can embrace (Christensen & Overdorf, 2000). In light of this, a competitive advantage is now only made possible by the exploitation of both internal and external firm-specific capabilities, and also the development of new ones. The interaction of all these factors is what represents a firm’s innovative capability. The following article discusses a business innovation that relies on a different organizational element other than its technological aspects. The discussion employs the Bottom of the Pyramid theory by C. K. Prahalad. Continue reading

Sample Paper: Theory of Business Innovation

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Introduction

All business entities have to invent and change over time for the simple reason that everything changes because of new knowledge, scientific and industrial development, and changing competitive environments. Innovation involves creativity because there has to be a shift in the problem definition for new ways of finding solutions to emerge. Entrepreneurship, which is the overall disposition to avail the power of creativity and innovation to facilitating solution to the problems of society and business, thrives simply due to the advancement of knowledge (Dodgson & Gann, 2010, p. 60). However, knowledge or scientific research that is not controlled is potentially dangerous and even disruptive. Creative problem solving as a theory of business innovation is based on the consideration that all innovations need to be sustainable and fit-for the purposes sought in the industry or business. Creative problem solving depends of safeguards attributed to the situations and circumstances of innovation. Without safeguards and a compounded analysis of the intrinsic and extrinsic factors involved, creativity might be counterproductive. In contemporary management and ethical leadership standards, creative problem solving as a mechanism of innovation should address the immediate needs of the business while also making a critical cognizance of the long-term and protracted consequences.     Continue reading

Comparing Two Works of Art

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Choose two works of art or architecture to compare in this paper. Both works must be of Western origin (i.e. European, North American) and fall within  c. 1300 CE – present time frame . One work must be from a textbook , the other must be from an outside source (search museum websites, or check out ArtStor for ideas). Continue reading

Utilizing & Leveraging SEO & SEM for Content Marketing

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Taking into consideration any particular website of your choice, discuss the differences between on-site and off-site SEO strategies that you think they should take.  Continue reading

Reasons for Banning Books in Schools

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Give three reasons why you think a particular book should be banned from elementary, middle school, or high school library bookshelves. Or discuss why three books should be banned as opposed to one book. Be sure to give three reasons for banning each book. Feel free to ask the representatives at the Library about historically Banned Books. This is a discussion about the value or non-value of certain pieces of literature and freedom of the press as well as what constitutes educational materials. Continue reading

Birth Control Pills Accessibility

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Give three reasons for or against over the counter access to birth control pills. Should the government make these products easier/ more affordable for poor women to access or should they continue to be regulated by doctors (which means money for office visits and the added expense of pill). Continue reading

iPhone As a Rhetorical Object

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Write a speech that  analyzes  iPhone as a rhetorical object. How does iPhone impact, affect, elicit emotions, create memories and conflicts in the society.  The speech should be structured in a task/structure document. Also, use my topic memo and analysis of cultural artifact to help you establish main claims and help you write the speech.  Continue reading

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