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    Case Study: Macphie’s Push to Innovate Introduction There are many decisions organizations make to drive a product from concept to customer. Stakeholders both internal and external can create a ripple that results in the need for innovation. The effect is felt when external stakeholders intentionally or unintentionally interrupt the process. Many times the company has no control over these influences. In this case, Macphie could no longer compete with their competition due to their new pricing strategies. In order for the company to survive Ronnie, whom led the sales and marketing team had to create a plan for innovative change thru differentiation. Stakeholders A stakeholder is an entity that has a direct or indirect effect on an organization. Stakeholders can be broken down into three groups; internal business team, external business partners and customers. All affect company strategy. Each have influence and power (Plouffe, Bollander, Cote & Hochstein 2016). Each type of stakeholder has an impact on the business and its strategic plan. Internal Stakeholders Internal stakeholders involve project managers, and any person, group or team that has influence over the process, design, changes and distribution inside the company. It is important to access stakeholder power and support functions. It is imparitive to know how to to influence those that have great power over the organization and its functions as well as understanding the politics of the stakeholders (Kuratko,…

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    Creative destruction is a phenomena that impacts us throughout our daily lives. It is a driving force behind how we as adaptive humans navigate how we interact with others in society. In terms of finance, creative destruction can impact the way in which we choose to spend and invest our money and can ultimately empower or drain a faucet of the market economy which we operate on here in the United States. Examples on how this has affected me personally are how the structure in which we do…

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    the old one, incessantly creating a new one." Beane did this by buying cheap and selling the players he didn’t need, and his method was proven to be successful. Cox inclines us that “By incorporating statistical analysis, the A’s could create a competitive team within their budget, the analysis also allowed them to avoid bias in selection that would lead to over-valued, underperforming players.” But as the years went on, the underrated and undervalued Oakland A’s soon became a pricy roster and…

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    In “The Creative Destruction of Medicine” dated July 12, 2013, by Eric Topal said that technology advancements have made it possible for people to use portable devices to access medical information; therefore, we have easy access to information. Due to the advancements, our lives have been radically changed. For this reason, tech for the ill who are stuck in their homes just got a lot better. They are now able to use a system called InRead invented by Teads. This device allows these ill people…

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    Sexual desire is defined as “a motivational state and an interest in sexual objects or activities, or as a wish, need, or drive to seek out sexual objects or to engage in sexual activities”, and a theme which appears to be significant in Othello, A Streetcar Named Desire, and Enduring Love. In all three, sexual desire proves to contribute in both building solidarity within relationships, and the destruction of them. For Shakespeare, sexual desire shows how concealing physical feelings can lead…

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    pursue his life of drugs and alcohol freely. Carolyn didn’t pay attention to Daddy David’s unhealthy attitudes toward women when she met him. She thought it was strange but since there was a familiarity about him she loved him so much that it blinded her from seeing beyond the familiarity. She just couldn’t understand why she wasn’t enough for Daddy David even though she had given him five children. She didn’t know that his attitude towards sex was destroyed at such a tender young age by his mom…

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    Destruction comes in many different forms. In Nathanael West’s novel The Day of the Locust, destruction is a common theme that occurs throughout the course of the novel. The main character, Tod Hackett, paints a picture depicting the destruction of Hollywood and the world of film. Tod’s vulgar fantasies about Faye demonstrate the destruction of one’s mind, body and spirit. The bloody cockfight demonstrates the destruction of humanity. The decay of morals and values eventually leads to the…

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    watched was an emotional video even though I showed no emotion. When I watched the video I wasn’t extremely sympathetic because I am one who believes that everyone chooses what they are. While I do believe genetics and environment play a big role, ultimately, I think it's a personal choice. I wasn’t very sympathetic because I don’t think these men landing themselves in prison was caused by anything other than their own destructive choices. I myself have grown up without a father figure and in an…

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    house while their husbands work caused much destruction throughout the story. This opinion led Hilly to push Skeeter into a relationship with Stuart because Hilly was afraid Skeeter would…

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    controlled happiness. Because of the destructive anti-social tendencies that man has, Freud feels that a civilization will never exist when man stops being coerced and suppressing those natural instincts and will see that their actions of the present will have an effect on their future. I disagree with this thought. I feel that nature is a force far more powerful than any man. That even attempts of coercion and suppression with never be able to stop that power. That nature itself is cyclical.…

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