Complete 8 pages APA formatted article: Ethics, Leadership, and Decision Making. Ethics or morality is one of the most important term in the cooperate world now. Sustainable business is getting more focus than other businesses nowadays. Companies which give more attention towards sustainment business practices are getting more focus among the consumers. Even a big company may lose customers if it practices unethical business strategies. Strategic leadership is necessary for companies to remain ethical and socially committed. Strategic leaders give more attention to corporate social responsibilities and boost the image of the company. This paper analyses the article “Strategic Leadership and Decision Making” through the dimensions of Ethics, Leadership, and Decision Making.Values can be defined as those things that are important to or valued by someone. That someone can be an individual or, collectively, an organization. One place where values are important is in relation to vision. One of the imperatives for organizational vision is that it must be based on and consistent with the organizations core values. Integrity, professionalism, caring, teamwork, and stewardship were important enough to be included with the statement of the organizations vision (Leadership, Decisions Making: “Strategic Leadership and Decision Making”, p1).It is difficult to define values or ethics in the corporate word in few words. In fact these are more complex terms because of the variety of dimensions attached to them. Values followed in one company may not be the same in other companies. For example, teamwork is encouraged in majority of the companies to reduce the stress levels of employees and to increase the efficiency and productivity of the employees. However, Apple Inc. is one company which still persists with individual work. They encourage teamwork only on unavoidable circumstances.
Need an research paper on english. Needs to be 4 pages. Please no plagiarism. In the case of Oedipus Rex it will be that of “pity” and “fear”, the classic components of tragedy as explicated in Aristotle’s Poetics. The task for the modern actor is to take an ancient story dealing with a society that has long since vanished and to make his character real to the audience. The tragedy of a man who unknowingly kills his own father, marries his mother and his children with her creates the kind of nightmarish situation that any audience member should be able to relate to.The task of the actor, and of the director who guides him, is to portray this tragic situation in a manner that makes it real to a modern audience. It is this type of guidance that will be explored in the imaginary letter immediately following.First of all John I would like to thank you for agreeing to take on one of the greatest, and also most challenging roles in all of drama. I am sure that the two of us, together with the rest of the cast and crew, will be able to bring this timeless story to our contemporary audience in a new and exciting manner.One of the challenges of this play, and of your role as Oedipus in particular, is that everyone knows the story in the audience. The audience all know that Oedipus has killed his father, not knowing what he has done, and everyone knows that he has subsequently married his own mother and had children with her. There is nothing “new” within this story. Our task will be to make the story new and as shocking as if the audience were seeing it for the first time without knowing what is about to occur.As an experienced actor you know that this “making new” is one of the central tasks in all of drama, especially in a play with as well-known a story as this one. I would like to take you few a few points in the play in which the “newness” of the situation is vital.
Create a 1 page page paper that discusses augustine original sin. Augustine introduced terms such as peccatum originans or the event of original sin and peccatum originatum or the condition of original sin in humankind. He gave more importance to the work of Christ rather than the first human sin since he considered Christ’s redemption as the core of Christian belief. The meaning of original sin for him is secondary and can only explain the universality of the sin as well as redemption (Wiley 57). Augustine’s view on the original sin is related to moral impotence which caused the conflicts in humanity, specifically the balance of will and passion. He expressed that original sin is different from personal sin. One is through hostile disposition towards which can be attributed to the original sin. Another is the fact that sin causes death and Adam’s sin caused the humans to die in terms of faith. Thus, forgiveness is required. This is important through not only for original sin but also for personal sins (Wiley 58). Based on Augustine’s view, there is a more structured definition of original sin.
Compose a 2000 words assignment on music publishing. Needs to be plagiarism free! es the notes that give rise to a rhythm, and the term music in real life application denotes a mixture of the notes and accompaniments to make it pleasing to the ear (Arnold, 2009:1-2). In most cases, songwriters assign their composition to publishing companies who solicit for potential performers, but only in a few cases do composers go beyond composition to performance. The performers play a critical role because they introduce a song to the market, but it takes the efforts of a team of artists according to Frith for the song to stand in the market (2002:205).In order to understand to appreciate the role played by the performer, it is essential to examine the stringency of the songwriter. Some stringent songwriters attach conditions to their composition, which usually determine the level of creativity and autonomy that the performer can use to make the masters stand out in the market (Kohn, and Kohn, 2010:193). Composers who leave a performer with little space for creativity often limit the uniqueness of the song (Gammons, 2012:56). If composers allow the performers to exercise creativity and alter the composition, the performer can produce a unique performance (Gowers, 2006:50). For this unique performance to result, the performer relies on the expertise of multiple artists including guitarists, drummers, and pianists (Talbot, 2000:88).Music recording has moved from the traditional composer to performer chain with the emergence of electronic recording altering the scenes in recording (Arnold, 2009:4). Electronic recording has brought new realms of possibilities enabling the release of a performance into the market before transcription of the composition. In this process, different artists work together to produce the piece. The collaborative process brings new challenges to the front (Arnold, 2009:5). The author’s piece becomes subject to rearrangement by the artists.
Write 9 pages thesis on the topic company law cases. There are such forms of business as partnerships, which are regulated by basic business law. Their operations and business may be similar to that of companies, but the in-depth details differ with a great degree (Derek). The first regulation in the operation is the separation between the corporation and its owners. Unlike other forms of business operations, companies are separate legal entities from their owners (Franklin). The limited liability clause covers this. This entails the extent to which a person may be called upon to pay to the assets and liabilities of the company during winding up of the company operations. The clause stipulates that the owners of the business cannot be accountable for any action of the business. therefore, companies operate as legal persons. This means that they can litigate or be litigated in a court of law (Derek). During the formation of companies, the law stipulates that the company should have a minimum of 2 members and a maximum of 50 members. The members of the company are the owners who contribute the start-up capital or share capital. Members do not own the company property individually or correctively. The members of the company have no duty in the daily operations of the company. The day-to-day operations of the company are overseen by the company’s board of directors. Once the company is incorporated, the ultra vires limit the company’s powers and prevent it from changing the objects under the memorandum (Franklin). Company law regulates the way a company chooses its a business name. Businesses are mandated by law to select a name that does not contradict its business or misleading as per to the business it operates in. The company’s name should not suggest illegitimacy or should not contain prohibited clauses. For instance, companies in the United States are not allowed to contain the word “Federal” in their company name (James &Thomas). .Those wishing to start a company are required to check with the registrar of companies whether their name is valid, and they can also reserve their company name as they prepare to register it. .
Compose a 500 words assignment on sustainability, universal responsibility, global crisis. Needs to be plagiarism free! 1. The Right to a basic standard of living This is an elementary right for all human beings in the world. However, not all men enjoy this freedom. After years of internal warfare in Somalia, the population has been left to languish in poverty and disease. Due to the breakdown of the government in maintaining peace, militia and terrorist groups have taken over and run some parts of the country. Due to fear, distribution of food and social amenities to the people in rural areas has been hampered. As a result, people continue to die of hunger and disease. These people do not enjoy the right to a basic standard of living. 2. Sustainability In order for the later generations to have a comfortable life, the current one needs to curtail how they use the available resources. Personally, I have come to know that success in having a sustainable environment can only be attained by starting at the grassroots. Though the local authority has a major role to play, the community has to put in its shift by policing the day to day activities. When an anomaly is detected, I should be at the Frontline to demand that the perpetrator stops with immediate effect. I should also alert the authorities as soon as possible. 3. Universal Responsibility Dalai Lama calls for people to depart from the selfish interests in our day to day life. Thus, men should adopt a sense of responsibility for other people’s happiness and not necessarily their own. He was insistent on people being compassionate, which is a tenet in Buddhist, a religion Dalai Lama ascribed to. According to him, men are interconnected and by adopting the universal responsibility, people end up getting closer to one another. This fosters the spirit of togetherness and caring for the less fortunate in society. His utterances questioned materialism, where he says that man has failed in protecting the environment while he endeavors to amass wealth. He says that this breed inequality in society. This latter part of the letter was most appealing to me. Capitalism has become the worst enemy of environmental sustainability. People eliminate forests and replace them with industries with the aim of accumulating wealth. This imbalance has endangered the lives of the future generation and little is being done to avert the danger. 4. Engaging with humanity This can be achieved when a man thinks less about himself in their daily engagements. In the current society, man has become obsessed with answering the question, “What is it in for me?” When there is no gain on oneself, people tend to abandon the endeavor even when it is for the greater good. To open up to the deeper spiritual truths, man needs to think less about themselves and desire to give back to society. 5. The 4 CsPeople thus fail to open up to others and allow love to manifest. Welwood calls people to accept their humanness and accept their imperfections. He also calls for people to let go of the hatred that we hold within ourselves towards some people. This will give room for love to blossom from within our hearts. Through this, we will love others immeasurably.
Your assignment is to prepare and submit a paper on economics and business strategies: competitive advantage in professional sports. One of the popular measures of competitive balance is the actual square root of the variance of win-ratios of a certain season and it is compared with the mean root square deviation of the win ratios in the most ‘appropriate’ case where the wins are allocated in a random manner (Owen, Ryan, and Weatherston, 2005, pp.4-5). According to Zimbalist, the professional sports teams participating in a league both corporate and compete with each other. The success of the competition is dependent upon the degree of uncertainty of outcomes. It can be stated differently as the degree of competition among the team’s acts as a factor in the success of a league. (Zimbalist 2003, Sports as Business, pp. 503). By perfect competition, economists define a market structure under some assumptions which are unlikely to exist in the real world scenario. It talks about a market where the market power of the participants is limited to set the price of a homogeneous product. Some of its characteristics include an unlimited number of buyers and sellers, factors are free to move, and perfect information exists to all the participants. When a firm is able to gather higher levels of profits than the average of all other firms existing in its industry, a situation of competitive advantage is said to exist for the firm and it is of mainly two types namely advantage over costs and differentiation advantage. To attain a successful sporting outcome it is required to maintain a certain degree of competitive balance which is described in the hypothesis of “uncertainty of outcome”. Gate sharing revenue is one of the popular means of improving competitive balance. This means is very common to knock out competitions. However, some other means of improving the competitive balance include salary caps and luxury taxes. The Major League Baseball adopted an equal splitting of gate receipts which were reduced with time. .
I need help creating a thesis and an outline on Plato’s Republic. Prepare this assignment according to the guidelines found in the APA Style Guide. An abstract is required. Plato seems to follow a different practice. More specifically, in Republic politics and political institutions are analyzed and evaluated without a direct reference to human nature. However, if studied carefully the Republic reveals a close relationship between human nature and politics. For this reason it would be wrong to claim that Plato did not take into consideration human nature when developing his explanations for politics. rather Plato incorporated his views on human nature in his dialogues so that human nature is explained simultaneously with politics. The particular practice is analyzed below aiming to show that in Republic human nature has been the basis for the explanations for political institutions, even if the relationship between these two concepts is not always clear.Plato’s Republic has been developed in order to explain the role and the elements of politics, as appeared in the particular era. Still, the Republic is not fully related to politics. it can be also used in order to understand human nature. A thorough review of Republic would help to verify the importance of human nature for Plato. Of course, the Republic is a text dedicated to politics. however, it is the study of politics that helps readers to understand also the thinking and the social life of individuals in the particular period. The direct relationship between the politics and the human nature, as this relationship is reflected in Republic, can be understood by referring, indicatively, to certain parts of Republic.In the first volume of Republic, in book A, Socrates discusses with Kefalos, the father of Polemarhos. In the above dialogue Kefalos notes that he now, that he is quite old, enjoys the discussion more than when he was younger (328d). For this reason, he asks from Socrates to visit Piraeus more often so that he has the chance to discuss with him.
Hi, need to submit a 1500 words paper on the topic Compare and contrast how Gregory Howard Williams and one of the other authors (Malcolm Gladwell or James McBride from the Half and Half) are able to achiev. This situation gets more bitterer when the societal foundation is based on racism and color supremacy. Life on the Color Line is indeed a very touching and sensitive account of how prejudices can affect a person deeply. The first ten years of his life Williams grew up believing that he was a white. Understandably this might have given him a security that every child needs. This also gave him the advantage of being brought up in a society which was entitled for privileges. After his parents’ separation he shifted to Muncie, Indiana where he came to know the most violent truth about his life. His father by marrying into a white family had crossed all the boundaries the society had laid. It would have been easy for Williams to follow the norms for entirely black or entirely white society. However the question of his very existence that stood in front of him with more and more ferocity. At an age where most kids are indulged, pampered he was forced to face a turmoil that was to change his life forever. He had been to Muncie to visit his white relatives who now shunned the children. He had no other alternative than to take a refuge in the black community. Neither of the sections of the society was kind to the kids. The blacks had little to spare and often bore a grudge towards them. Whites had already outcaste them as racial mongrels. As put by Williams himself, “though only ten years old I faced one of the hardest choices of my life, to dream or to despair. I chose to dream”. He worked diligently to achieve his dreams and correctly took refuge in education. Williams and his brother worked their way hard towards the betterment of their life. However he was more than often subjected to the inequalities and brutalities of racism. Denial of academic awards because he was black, violence inflicted by his fellow students, is to name a few.
Need an research paper on explore how the theme of suffering is presented in out, out and disabled. Needs to be 7 pages. Please no plagiarism. The poem shows him sitting in a wheelchair and pondering over his past, comparing it with his present. Since the poem has been written in 1917, it can be construed that the author is referring to World War-I. On the other hand, the poem, “Out, Out” (1916), written by Robert Frost speaks of the suffering of a young boy, who accidentally gets his hand chopped off while cutting logs with a buzz saw in his yard and subsequently succumbs to his injury in a hospital. This poem does not refer directly to the war but it symbolizes the turmoil of World War-I, as can be deciphered from the time it is written. Both poems illustrate the theme of human sufferings through the anguish of the young protagonists, as a consequence of war, though they are different on many perspectives.The young man in Owen’s poem has been a football player, who often enjoyed the pleasure of “being carried shoulder-high” by his fans, obviously after he wins a match or scores a goal.1 He reminisces about the slimness of the girls’ waist and the warmth of “their subtle hands” that he has cherished in the past.2 Later, he gets drafted in the army, apparently out of a youthful fancy for adventure rather than as a result of a mediated decision. Due to an injury, his limbs are amputated and he gets relegated to a wheelchair. Owen chooses the theme of the perils of war to depict the extent of suffering it can inflict on humans. By using an anonymous character, the author alludes to the fact that his case is just one among many. On the other hand, the young boy in Frost’s poem is not a hero, nor he had gone to wars or laid girls. However, he endures the same kind of suffering that the former does, by the so called quirk of fate. His suffering primarily has derived from a lack of care on the part of his family, which comes in the form of his hard work, sawing logs.