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  • The 60 Minute Analysis

    Description: The 60 Minute show centers around the ongoing issues with the police force of the Cleveland Division. Bill Whitaker interviews Chief Williams, the chief of the Cleveland Division, where Whitaker asks Chief Williams a series of questions involving the conduct of the Cleveland Division police along with questions concerning the public’s view of the division. The report concentrates itself around three main topics: police brutality, public response, and a racial imbalance between those on the force and those in the city. Throughout the account, Whitaker asks questions professionally while maintaining a strong investigative manner, prompting Chief Williams to give details as to the solutions to the problems. Analysis: When analyzing…

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  • 60 Minutes Documentary Analysis

    September 8, 2004, CBS’ program “60 Minutes” aired a story reporting that President George W. Bush’s preferential treatment from the Texas Air National Guard allowed him to go AWOL during the Vietnam War. Not only did the report claim that Bush abandoned his war duties, but that he also left to pursue a political career instead. 1The story was led by news anchor Dan Rather and producer Mary Mapes who were accompanied by other journalists. Rather and Mapes had found holes in President Bush’s…

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  • Case Study Of 60 Minutes: Fintech

    60 Minutes: “Fintech” On May 1, 2016, 60 Minutes aired the interview of Lesley Stahl with Patrick Collinson, one of the founders of Fintech. Collinson works with his brother, John collinson, to develop Fintech, a company that allows easy access to banking for consumers. The two had experience a lengthy process with banks when they wanted to charge people for their apps; the process consisted of filing an abundance of paperwork and waiting and interminable amount of time for the bank’s replies.…

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  • The Importance Of Productive Team Meetings

    The 1:3 principle means that every meeting should have a specific, ONE-sentence purpose, and it should have no more than THREE desired outcomes. If you need to get more than three outcomes from a single meeting, you need to schedule another meeting. KEY 2: Timing Always start your meetings exactly on time and stop five minutes before the scheduled end time. Why stop five minutes early? The reason most people show up late for meetings is because they are booked back to back. If you were an…

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  • Lead Consultant Case Study

    1. Why do you want to be a Lead Consultant? Being a lead consultant would allow me to better my team, myself and next year’s associate consultants. I know that I have what it takes to lead a team at SOURCE. As an ESTJ, I live for organization and deadlines. I love to updates calendars, make agendas and create timelines. Two of my greatest strengths are organizing others’ ideas and thinking of pragmatic approaches to big ideas. I know that having this personality type would allow me to create…

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  • Ww1 Week 3 The Agenda Essay

    Agenda For each meeting, you need to decide who the most critical people are who need to be there. Without an agenda, you can’t possibly know who should be at the meeting. Consequently, an effective meeting starts with the agenda. Before the meeting decide: what you want to cover, what order you will present each agenda item, and how many minutes you will spend on each one. Get good at letting people know they don’t always have to attend every meeting. You don’t need your lab technician to be…

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  • City Council Meeting Reflection

    out in cheers and applause upon the bill’s approval. Upon researching it later, I learned this would affect over 2,000 service employees of “city-subsidized” buildings, including universities and hospitals. Following the conclusion of the agenda items were some additional resolutions, all unanimously passing, and speeches made by council members. 2. Critical Evaluation of the Meeting Although the historic interior was as impressive and grand as I had hoped it would be, I was surprised the…

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  • Organizational Transformation Of The Coca-Cola Company

    For Coca-Cola, its boundaries have undergone a substantial transformation as a result of organizational acquisitions. For example, the Coca-Cola Company acquired Minute Maid in 1960 (“The Minute Maid Company History,” n.d.). In 1993, the Coca-Cola Company acquired Thums Up -- a spicy cola beverage company that originated in India (“20 Years Later: A Look Back at Coke’s Dramatic 1993 Return to India, 2013”). Two years later, they acquired the root-beer beverage company Barq’s Incorporated…

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  • Personal Narrative-First Day Of School

    "Catherine! Wake up! You overslept. Don 't want to be late on the first day of school, you have 30 minutes!" My over excited mum squeaked. I was 17 and yet she acts like I am a 10 year old on their birthday. So far, I have been to literally 12 different schools in the last 3 years, so it is hard being excited for another one. After about another 5 long minutes, I decided to finally get out of bed. "Honey, you have 5 minutes before we have to leave!" My mum yelled at the top of her lungs. "You…

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  • Analysis Of Coca-Cola's Anti-Bribery Policy

    Coca-Cola 's External Technology Assessment and Acquisition (ETA) programs have achieved a broad range of innovations for the company aimed at lowering production costs and maximizing profits (Flynn & Okuonzi, 2016). The company’s 3M Technologies Light Tube Technology creates improved and new lighting for the coolers. The technology is expected to double the company’s chilled space without increasing its carbon footprint. Additionally, it would reduce the coolers’ energy requirements, thereby…

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