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Engineers Work Related Friction Scenario Essay

… The team could benefit from Joy's perspective and Joy could benefit from the team's perspective. The main problem is that nobody seems to be willing to budge. The middle ground between the team and joy must be found if the new team composition is to be effective. However, there is much in the literature about such situations and the conflicts are actually fairly common. Most teams go through the forming, storming, norming, and adjourning cycle is fairly consistent manners. In the current scenario, it seems as if the team has prolonged the storming part of the cycle. McClelland's acquired needs theory could be applied to identify the differing needs to the group members (McClelland, 165). Joy seems to be a high achiever with different motivations…. [read more]


Leadership Term Paper

… Therefore, the reflection assignments are critical to my ability to be grow and mature as a leader. I need to also reinforce the concepts learned in this course. Reflections allow me the time for self-analysis and self-assessment and also the time for study and internalization of concepts. Reflections have helped me internalize the processes of group dynamics, conflict resolution, motivation, change, and other aspects of leadership. When I perform reflection exercises, I also apply the abstract concepts learned in the classroom to my current situation at work and to my projected situation in the future.

(b) Personality profile

The initial skepticism I had when taking and evaluating the results of the Myers Briggs personality test soon waned, as I heard the feedback from friends, family…. [read more]


Business Construction Scenario Business Entities Essay

… He is supposed to sell all the business liabilities and its assets, but the person buying will be forced to form his own business (Waddell, 2008). Also, when starting this type of business, owner must choose a suitable name and probably register it to avoid copyright. The sole owner must also ensure to keep the records in check so as to show the IRS that the business is intended for profit making.

Risks arising within this business entity

This type of business also faces some risk, for instance, the business owner might suffer greatly from any losses which he might incur while running the business. A loss of a huge amount or even a decline in business might lead to the business not being able…. [read more]


Administrative Scenarios Administration Case Study

… Administrative Scenarios

Administration scenarios

The purpose of incarceration of individuals in correctional facilities is to punish and rehabilitate dangerous criminals. The Federal Bureau of Prisons is responsible for the enforcement of law, and in administration of federal prison systems. Prisoners' detention centers are state owned facilities in the United States of America except in some situation where prisoners go to privately owned facilities. Correctional facilities management follows State, local authority laws. Over eighty percent of those incarcerated stay in bureau owned prisons while the remaining number stay at community owned facilities, detention centers or juvenile facilities (Carlson & Garrett, 2006). Prisons administration departments have a layout of authority and the commissioner of prisons has the highest authority.

The bureau has the jurisdiction to carry out…. [read more]


Criminal Investigation Scenario: Criminal Scene Investigators Term Paper

… Criminal Investigation Scenario:

Criminal scene investigators are usually mandated with the task of actively processing a crime scene in order to collect evidence that would be used in arresting and prosecuting suspects. In this scenario, these investigators were involved in active processing of a crime scene where Clyde Stevens was found lying on the floor unresponsive and pronounced dead from an apparent stabbing. Steven's body was found with a large butcher knife protruding from his back by his neighbor, Mary Ellis. In order to collect enough evidence for the crime, the investigators carried out a search in Ellis' walk-in-closet and the bedroom of her adult son. These efforts resulted in the identification of a blood fingerprint adjacent to a light switch in William's bedroom. Through…. [read more]


Counseling Scenario of Mario Case Study

… ¶ … counseling scenario of Mario who is an illegal immigrant struggling with loneliness and lack of peer. Mario is also possibly struggling with alcohol addiction. In counseling Mario, the counselor needs to identify the types of personal information they need to collect in the first session and how this information is important for this case. The counselor also needs to examine his or her personal biases and limitations that may prevent them from handling the case effectively. The next step is for the counselor to set goals for the counseling and choose the applicable therapeutic approach. Lastly, the counselor needs to know how to measure the progress and success of the counseling. The paper examines these four steps in detail as concerned with Mario's…. [read more]


Mediation Scenario Professional Writing

… Mediation Scenario

Describe and analyze the ethical and legal issues involved in this case.

One of the ethical issues in this case is the development of the ability to remain neutral in the mediation process. This might prove to be an ethical dilemma in the process of mediation if there is dislike for one of the couples. There is also the ethical issue on what is best for the development of children. In order to ensure that the children in this context develop effectively and appropriately as human beings, it is crucial for the mediation process to achieve applicable decision or agreement. Another ethical issue that might prove crucial during the mediation is the essence of domestic violence. Mediation process must outline the source of…. [read more]


Economics Scenario Essay

… The commercial loan is the same except that it's a loan. These investments are the best because the government of the developing country will have a choice of spending the investment wherever they think appropriate. In this way, the government is able to keep a balance between foreign and international firms in their country. However, these investments have a setback, they put a burden on the developing country as they are a loan. They also disturb the balance of trade between countries. (What Are.., 2003)

These investments will increase the aggregate demand due to increase in investment. These investments will cause the aggregate supply to rise as more efficient ways of production will be evolved. So, the GDP of the economy will increase and the…. [read more]


Organizational Behavior Case Scenario Essay

… Organizational Behavior

Case Scenario -- Organizational Behavior

Current theories in organizational behavior and communication could have been utilized in order to help Pleasant Manor avoid the slowdowns and the loss of market share it experienced due to rapid changes in the external market. Unfortunately, these changes were not planned for and the theories that should have been employed were not used in order to improve Pleasant Manor's position. In order to better understand the issues with which Pleasant Manor was dealing, one has to understand the history of Medicare reimbursement changes in the late 1990s and the impact these changes had on sub-acute care, as well as the areas of communication and organizational behavior in which Pleasant Manor failed.

Medicare reimbursement changed late in the…. [read more]


Ethical Issues in Nursing Scenario Essay

… Stated is that any injury or illness "…threatens persons with actual or potential reduced quality of life, manifested in the signs and symptoms of their disease. The object of all medical intervention is to restore, maintain or improve quality of life." (Jonsen, Siegler, and Winslade, 1998)

Finally the contextual features are such that patients

"Come to physicians because they have a problem that they hope the physician can help to correct. Physicians undertake the care of patients with the intent and the duty to make all reasonable efforts to help them. The topics of medical indications, patient preferences and quality of life bring out these essential features of the case. Yet every medical case is embedded in a larger context of persons, institutions, financial and…. [read more]


What Is Wisdom? Term Paper

… Wisdom

What is Wisdom?

If I have learned nothing else from this course, what I have learned is that it is almost impossible to define wisdom. After all, wisdom cannot be defined in positive terms. It is not the presence of a certain degree of knowledge, because all people, no matter how wise, only know a fraction of the facts and data that exist. Therefore, wisdom cannot even be negatively defined as the absence of ignorance. In fact, even Plato's exhortations that wisdom is truth ring somewhat hollow, because truth is very subjective, while wisdom seems somewhat less subjective. However, there do appear to be some common characteristics among those who are considered wise, which may help shape a rough definition of wisdom. Wise people…. [read more]


Education Scenario Response From District Essay

… merc.k12.wv.us). Moreover, Merced (like myriad school districts nationwide) requires teachers to "facilitate discussions about bias and stereotyping, as well as justice, equality, and ethical conduct" -- and these kinds of discussions are part of the plan to introduce students to other cultures and why other cultures deserve respect. So it isn't just a matter of showcasing various ethic cultures that are here in the United States; it is also about teaching kids tolerance, understanding, and justice. The Merced curriculum calls for training teachers and staff about the need for multicultural education, "…awareness, diversity, and conflict resolution" (http://boe.merc.k12.wv.us).

Are there any curricular changes necessary based on the parent's letter?

Absolutely there should not be any changes made in the school curriculum because a person who is…. [read more]


Psychological Perspective Scenario Anyone Essay

… However, he will not have any peace of mind on the issue until he sees his doctor and has a full cardiac workup. That will help him either put his fears to rest or deal with his medical issue, so that he can live a long time and be there for his children in the future.

The emotional issues that Lester is facing are perhaps more significant than the physical concerns with which he is currently dealing. His failure to deal with his emotions could be causing him more problems that he would have if he would simply deal with the feelings of fear, failure, and anger that he is undoubtedly bottling up. He needs to focus on himself and on being there for his…. [read more]


Emotional Intelligence Essay

… unh.edu). Because he is not "…attentive to his own and others' feelings" he doesn't like a lot of people and he is not particularly well liked; these are signs that he has a low level of emotional intelligence (www.unh.edu). If James had been a person with medium levels of emotional intelligence, he would have been a bit more sensitive to the feelings of others, he would not have as many angry outbursts on the football field, he would not experience as much stress in situations that are tense, and he would be known for "…calming down and getting along better" and learning to think outside of his own emotions rather than responding knee-jerk to situations he is not comfortable with (Lantieri, et al., 2008).

Works…. [read more]


DRNC Scenario Term Paper

… DNRC Scenario

CONFLICTING LOYALTIES

Ethics or moral philosophy is about what is right or wrong, the basis of the choice we make each day and how we ought to live (Banks, 2004). Specifically, there is a need for a system of clear ground rules and principles to guide in making difficult decisions in moral issues and situations. Otherwise, these decisions will be drawn from emotion, instinct or personal values, which cannot adequately fare along in dealing with moral dilemmas. These dilemmas include the use of discretion, force, and the due process involved in rendering the correct and moral judgment on a situation. Ethics also sensitizes one to matters of right and wrong and the right way to behave as well as helps in identifying actions,…. [read more]


Boffy What Is Money? Essay

… This is an advantage for Puerto Rican companies, and Puerto Rico in general. If Boffy wants to open a wiper blade factory in Puerto Rico it must accept that it will be dealing with costs in U.S. dollars, and will also accept that the value of the U.S. dollar is going to relate more to the economy of the U.S. rather than the economy of Puerto Rico.

Slide Four: The economy of Puerto Rico is currently struggling, and has declined in each of the past three years. The GDP declined 5.8% in 2012, 3.7% in 2011 and 2.8% in 2010. Normally, when faced with such a decline, the government would be able to initiate actions that would spark economic growth. This would include monetary policy.…. [read more]


Cold War Essay

… S. scholarship in shaping of the narrative" (i.e., American scholars published most of the narrative as to the end of the Cold War).

Professor Joseph Nye of Harvard University explains that despite the fact that many conservatives give credit to President Ronald Reagan -- who built up the American military and famously urged Gorbachev to "Tear down this wall" (the Berlin Wall) -- but Nye explains that "a greater portion of the cause belongs to Gorbachev" (Nye, 2009). When Gorbachev began the reforms to make Russia more democratic, it "snowballed into a revolution driven from below rather than controlled from above," Nye continues. The professor recalls that Gorbachev met with resistance when he tried to bring economic discipline to Russia, so he "launched the idea…. [read more]


Working Class Surname Essay

… What were the sanitary conditions like for the workers?

Conditions in the mines were at its worse. The Employment Commission for children made a report to the parliament and presented it in 1842. The summary of the report that saw it publish in the review of Westminster for October the same year. Industrialization started in America during this time and migration was massive as many people made their way to cities. Terrible health conditions came about because of overpopulation and lack of an appropriate technology for sanitation. Plumbing was not in place and so people had to go to the bathroom with a bucket that they would later dump in the streets after they became full. Dead animals are very normal to be seen in…. [read more]


Globalization in What Ways Might Globalization Render Research Paper

… Globalization

In What Ways Might Globalization Render the Nation-State Relatively Weak (and Is This Necessarily a Bad Thing)?

In What Ways Might Globalization Render the Nation-State

Relatively Weak (and Is This Necessarily a Bad Thing)?

There is hardly any nation, state, government, people, or society anywhere in the world that has not been affected by globalization, whose basic definition of which is the integration of economies and societies the world over where several barriers of which have been eliminated to facilitate communication, interaction and commerce. Although some may think that globalization has only been a recent phenomenon occurring during the last several decades, this is hardly the case. The reason being is that globalization has always been part of humankind's history especially whence early humans…. [read more]


Countless Scenarios Regarding the End Term Paper

… For as far-fetched as it sounds, the grey goo is probably more likely to happen than the literal Second Coming as described in Revelations. However, whether the world is destroyed by locusts with human faces or blobs of goo gone awry, or the forces of good and evil battle it out in Armageddon, the future does not sound too promising for mankind.

Work Cited

"Seriously ... grey goo-lash." New Internationalist; 8/1/2004; Pp.

Buel, Meredith. "Christians: End of the World at Armageddon."

Israel Faxx; 12/31/1999; Pp.

Rainwater, Catherine. "Letter Bomb: Nuclear Holocaust and the Exploding

Word." Papers on Language & Literature; 6/22/1993; Pp.

Khalifa, Rashad Dr. "End of the World: Appendix 25 of the Authorized English

translation of the Quran." Pp.

http://www.submission.org/suras/app25.html

Cohn, Norman. Cosmos, Chaos…. [read more]


Hypothetical Hostage Scenario Essay

… Expressive demands are those aimed at meeting the hostage-taker's emotional needs. Bradley's primary instrumental demand is for food. He makes an expressive demand that he not have to do jail time. Bradley's demand for whiskey is primarily an expressive demand, as one presumes he does not actually need whiskey. However, given that Bradley is known to have a drinking problem, it is possible that he is beginning to experience the negative physical side effects of detoxification, which might make his demand for whiskey closer to an instrumental demand.

Once Bradley begins talking to me, he transitions from the crisis stage of the event to the accommodation/negotiation stage of the event. This is true even when he is angry, ranting, and hanging up the phone; the…. [read more]


Ethics State Regulations and Nursing Essay

… Thus, autonomy and self-determination were the violated ethical codes in this example manifesting in subsequent legal violations.

6. Ethics of Authorizing the Ventilator

There are numerous complex and inter-related factors that should be considered by Mr. Y. Mr. Y should have had a heightened awareness that the majority of the clinicians were trying to coax him to get his relative on the ventilator, at the suspension of Mr. E's patient rights. "Respect for human dignity requires the recognition of certain patient rights, particularly, the right of self-determination… the philosophical basis for informed consent in health care" (ANA, 2001). Mr. Y should have made a strong inquiry to uncover why his brother wanted no part of the ventilator exactly. Mr. Y should not have allowed them…. [read more]


What if Scenarios A2 Coursework

… ¶ … Nursing Practicum: What if Scenarios

The patient requesting information about her husband's test results is perfectly understandable, but in the absence of his permission to release this information to his wife I cannot legally or ethically do so. The minimum necessary standard under HIPAA's privacy rule seems to cover this situation adequately (HHS, 2003). Under this standard, healthcare facilities are required by law to minimize access to protected information. The criteria used to judge what constitutes the 'minimum necessary' standard is that which is required for care providers to perform their duties. Since I have access to this information, I am probably helping to care for her husband; however, providing this information to the wife is not essential to the care I am…. [read more]


Criminal Law Scenario Essay

… According to a report in The Guardian, family members who are involved in "mercy killings" will nevertheless face "criminal charges" unless the mercy killing fits into six mitigating factors against prosecution. Those mitigating factors are: a) the victim wanted to end her or his life; b) the actions of the suspect "…were motivated by compassion"; c) the suspect did not seriously encourage the deceased; d) the suspect tried to dissuade the victim; d) "the actions of the suspect may be characterized as reluctant encouragement"; and e) the suspect reported the death to the police and was helpful (Laville, 2010). Lori can be convicted of a misdemeanor

Scenario 3: What crime can Larry be charged with? Larry can be charged with rape and false imprisonment. Holding…. [read more]


Migration Project Scenario: Tony's Chips Term Paper

… (Virante Organization, 2013)

The Schema.org markup Team -- this team add additional markup to the pages of the site enhancing search engine display of the information. This team is used to "semantically structure…page containing the following information: (1) The location; (2) The events; (3) People in the company; (4) Reviews; and (5) products. (Virante Organization, 2013)

It is reported that the schema.org markup does not make a requirement of much additional work with the majority of the time "…easily integrated into existing code." (Virante Organization, 2013)

The Navigation Team -- This team will garner feedback from other people who are not on the project ensuring the navigation of the site is "idiot-proof." (Virante Organization, 2013)

The old site will be mapped to the new site.…. [read more]


School Scenario Formal Response Letter Essay

… School Scenario

Formal Response Letter to Mrs. Robertson

Mrs. Dorothy Robertson

2214 Elm Street, Trenton, NJ 08603

Robert Gonzales, Principal, Middle Fork Middle School

Rationale for why the principal said what was said to Mrs. Robertson

The principal of course does not know exactly what went wrong in that classroom but it was deemed important to back up the teacher until any evidence to the contrary is discovered. The letter to Mrs. Robertson was intended as an immediate formal response which acknowledged the parents' concern and a copy (cc) of the letter to Mrs. Robertson was sent to the superintendent. There were other possibilities in terms of how pornographic images were shown to a 7th grade classroom; for example, the computer Ms. Paulson was using…. [read more]


What Employers Like About Interdisciplinary Studies Majors Research Paper

… ¶ … Employers Like About Interdisciplinary Studies Majors

In an era where specialization and continual acceleration of knowledge across industries, many employers are seeing the value of hiring interdisciplinary studies majors who have a broader, more strategic view of the world and the ability to think in abstract, conceptual terms quickly Employers need to balance their hiring across the highly specialized skill sets needed for running their businesses while also hiring for the skill set of abstract, conceptual thinking, strong problem-solving skills that span across disciplines and functional departments (Ahamer, 27, 28) and the innate abilities of communication and collaboration (Merdin, 105). The intent of this analysis is to evaluate the fourteen traits or characteristics that employers like and seek out about interdisciplinary studies majors.…. [read more]


Future Leader Term Paper

… Leaders will need to learn to demonstrate competencies to make the best decisions given these events, conditions, and crises. To make the best decisions, leaders and their organizations will need to be able to learn efficiently and effectively, collaborate, coordinate, share information, and create knowledge more readily. Diffusion of advanced technology is essential to enabling Network-Centric principles in a true learning environment.

The potential for crisis consequences of epic proportion makes business and military executive competency a serious social concern. The lack of essential military competencies for anticipating the 1941 Pearl Harbor attack or the September 11, 2001 attacks raised national security uncertainties and contributed to poor executive decisions (Anonymous, 2003). Also in 2001, poor communications among executives and ethical issues led to devastating shareholder…. [read more]


Aviation Safety Research Paper

… Many factors must be considered in the design of technology for use by humans. This applies to any field, but is particularly important in the aviation industry. The human must be able to understand and interact with the technology in a way that produces the desired results. Technology must be designed so that it is comfortable and does not produce strain on the human user. It must be designed to make certain that no ill affects are experienced by the human user. It must also be designed in a way that does not increase fatigue on the user (McCloy, 2010c). All of these elements must be considered in the design of any technology that will be utilized by a human counterpart at some time in…. [read more]


Ebay vs. Bidder's Edge Essay

… By doing this, they used the data obtained from eBay for their own interest, a fact that was in contravention of the initial agreement. In a nutshell, the normal eBay customers performed searches on the website using tools, facilities and technology developed by eBay on their website. Bidder's Edge however performed automated searches on eBay servers (computers) which resulted in the consumption of their bandwidth and system resources a fact that in the worst case scenario involving multiple search aggregators, would affect the performance of the eBay website hence affecting their service delivery to their true customers. These moves by Bidder's Edge were observed by eBay as being unethical and illegal.

Trespass

The traditional definition of trespass entails the act of unlawfully causing injury to…. [read more]

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