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Organization Behaviour - management (MBA Level)
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Organizational learning is an unending process in the entire organization that entails organized integration and shared understanding of new information. The process involves continuous acquisition of knowledge and taking risks through testing the applicability of new knowledge.… tatement is that a learning organization should focus on the incessant learning…
Keys of Spirituality
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In the ancient world, human civilization was constrained in certain parts of the planet. For example, civilized people in Europe did not know about contemporary human societies thriving in the Americas. … Ecclesiology is basically the science of these practices and beliefs. As in the case of Christianity, practices and beliefs in conjugation with different…
Foundationalism
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Philosophers have always been in pursuit of truth and knowledge. From the times of Plato- the Greek philosopher, knowledge has been defined as 'justified true belief' (Holt, 1). Accordingly knowledge may be understood as some belief that has a justification and the latter is true, then it is taken as knowledge; anything that does not satisfy this condition that is, anything that does not have a justification that is true, or anything that one does not believe in, cannot be called knowledge.…
Student action plan
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In matters pertaining to the environment, it refers to the ability of the ecology to be self supporting indefinitely in the face of renewable and non-renewable resources harvest and pollution… d kind of living that is dedicated towards a reduction on the use and exploitation of the natural resources as well as personal resources in order to save them (Fiksel…
Descartes and David
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Two schools of thought: Before going in to the deep discussions on the two philosophers Mr. Descartes and Mr. David, we should first get familiar with the two schools of thought they belonged to. 1st thought is the empirical method and the 2nd one is metaphysical method of inquiry or research.… Researcher and philosopher would have to decide whether to go…
Host resistance and immunity
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Microbes invade host organisms and lead to disease infections. Pathogens are microbes that cause these diseases. Bacteria and viruses are the most common pathogens that cause diseases. These microbes… A detrimental colonization of the pathogen in the host body results in an infection. Variables that determine the outcome of a host body encounter with a…
Philosophy of Epistemology
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Haack writes that "we need a better understanding of the difference between legitimate mutual support and circularity." What is the understanding that she suggests Does it succeed in avoiding the difficulties of both Foundationalism and Coherentism What do we know and how do we know it These are the two questions fundamental to epistemological pursuits.…
Positivist and Interpretivist Research Designs
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This paper mainly is focusing on applying the positivist and interpretivist research designs in order to address the question “how do zero-hour contracts affect the motivation and performance of employees in the UK domiciliary care sector”?… This report approves that the contemporary literature of research indicates that there are two approaches that are…
Ethical Issues in Marriage, Sexuality and Family
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Ethics can be summarized as the practical science of the good life touching on the issues of what a person has to do so as to live as a noble person within a given society.… Generally, ethics is about determining and differentiating the good acts from the bad acts, developing good and accepted characters among people and fostering social order (Robin 20).…
Plitical scienceNormative ideas
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Author Tutor Course Date Normative ideas verses empirical analyses The term ‘Empirical’ is usually defined by that which is based on experience, in some cases on the experience of the senses. On the other hand, the term ‘normative’ have a less varied range of meaning with the term ‘norm’ that include both the sense of the ‘normal’ as the usual or the statistically mean and the sense of the ‘guiding norm’ as the model standard.…
Data base
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to answer the following questions. Click where is says, “Click to enter text” and type your answers. Save this Word document as a Word 2013 file, naming the file with… Oracle runs under Windows Server 2012, Windows Server 2012 R2, Windows Server 2008 SP2, Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1, SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 SP1, SP2, and SP3 (64-bit), Red Hat Enterprise…
Developmental Psychology (Compare and contrast two theoretical approaches to understanding the development of gender identity in
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Developmental Psychology (Compare and contrast two theoretical approaches to understanding the development of gender identity in children. Critically evaluate the strength of their principles and supporting empirical evidence.) Gender identity in children is studied by various researchers and identified in different methodologies.… These theories are backed by…
Dead Sea Scrolls : Judaism & Christianity
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Author Tutor Course Date Dead Sea Scrolls: Judaism and Christianity Introduction The Dead Sea scrolls got discovered on the shores of the Dead Sea from which they acquired their name the Dead Sea scrolls. The discovery of these scrolls got seen as the most fundamental religious archeological discovery.… This can be attributed to the content of the scrolls…
Theories of knowledge and different purposes of the curriculum
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Philosophers call the theory of knowledge "epistemology"-from the ancient Greek terms "episteme" (for knowledge) and "logos" (for theory or explanation). Characterized broadly, epistemology is the philosophical study of the nature, sources, and limits of knowledge.… Epistemology, the theory of knowledge, has traditionally competed for the primary role in…
The problems of philosophy
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Viewing the work in a general way of such philosophers as Russell, Descartes, Ayer, Wittgenstein, and James can provide good ideas on what philosophy is and its work.In The Problems of Philosophy Chapter XV: The Value of Philosophy, Bertrand Russell implies that philosophy may be difficult to understand in the material world.… Viewing the work in a general way…
Epistemology: How do we know that we know something
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In the paper “Epistemology: How do we know that we know something?” the author tries to answer the following questions: How do we separate our idea of believing something on knowing something? When we say we know something, does that mean we already have knowledge about it?… As a result, philosophy for the justification and verification of…
Some academics refute the usefulness of the capital asset priceing model stating that it has a number of empirical problems. critically evaluate this view
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It is also one of the widely used models on the part of investors and practitioners for the purpose of evaluating risk encompassing an asset. The CAPM theory rests on several… There are several criticisms on the empirical effectiveness of the CAPM theory viz. the measurement of beta, estimation of market return, difficulties in accessing market portfolio…
Capital Asset Pricing Model Master Essay
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The Capital Asset Pricing Model is one of the pre-eminent asset pricing models in financial theory. It is also one of the widely used models on the part of investors and practitioners for the purpose of evaluating risk encompassing an asset. The CAPM theory rests on several assumptions and hypotheses that have made the model highly debatable in the academic realm.…
Critical evaluation of development and role of Balanced Scorecard in production and service organizations
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According to Lawrence and Sharma (2002), Balance Scorecard (BSC) is a systematic approach of performance management that has been effectively approved by companies in different sectors to translate their strategic approach into a reality and gain sustainable competitive edge.… The current essay sought to provide a brief overview of BSC and its responsibility…
Case study reflection
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Reflection report Khawla Aloqalaa 10245983 Introduction From the case study, I learned that coaching is an important aspect of leadership in international and local business management. Ellinger, Ellinger and Keller (2003, p. 436) stress the importance of coaching as an effective organisational response to the demands of a significantly dynamic and volatile environment: “the concept of coaching has emerged as a new paradigm or metaphor for management” (cited in Agarwal, Angst, and Magni, 2009, p.2110).…
How to Combat Corruption as a Public Administrator
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Some of the major impacts of corruption include lack of sustainable development, threatening proper governance, negative impact on the democratic process, and slow… Public administrators can avoid corruption by maintaining ethical behavior as well as providing avenues such as hotlines to the members of the public and staff. In conclusion, the paper indicates…
Managing and leading people
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For a good manager the most important aspect is to manage and control the staff working under him/her. The company depends a lot on the working culture of… With the focus on the relationship between people management and organizational performance it will be easy to understand the importances and also the complexities that can be faced while efficiently…
Project Management Paper
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To be temporary implies that there is discrete and defined start and conclusion. The primary characteristic of the project is a performance against its schedule – that does it… The project needs progressive elaboration that reveals and focuses details of the project through time (Meredith & Mantel, 2012). This makes projects distinguished from programs and…
What Is Philosophy
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Philosophy refers to a study of fundamental and general problems that are usually connected with existence, reality, values, reason, mind, knowledge and language. It is essential to note the differences between philosophy and other approaches used by humans, in addressing problems.… What Is Philosophy? Philosophy has crucial areas of inquiry, which include…
An analysis of the Culture of an organisation
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For many companies including Southwest Airlines, a strong organisational culture is a true asset in the real economic sense and a form of organisational human capital in the accounting sense. Organisational culture, as a metaphor of organisational life, has emerged to become a… Organisations are increasingly focusing on developing the ‘right culture’, or…
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