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    Applied Business In this unit I'm going to be looking at how motivation effects employees, positively and negatively. I will be looking at Argos. Argos is a British retailer who sells their products within the United Kingdom and Ireland. They are business who sell their products both physically and via the internet. They have 750 stores throughout the UK & Ireland. They have 800 million website visits per year, these figures suggest Argos is one of the largest retailers in the UK. Argos also employs 31,000 people across the business. Argos sell a variety of products from computers to deck chairs. Many of their staff work in the store looking after customers and making sure they have the best experience possible. Other staff will be situated…

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    departments goal setting is examined with respect to compliance with overall corporate targets using four different platforms namely, Re-engineering, Restructuring, Work redesign, Job redesign. These indicators are constantly observed, reworked, and analyzed to ensure HIS is in adherence and on course to achieving its set goals. Certain additional change factors also militate and impact on the goal alignment trajectory at HIS and these factors are namely, Sector Changes, Organizational Changes…

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    Modeling HIV/Aids

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    more information for a given topic. Example of such situation is at the end of section “Improving the modelling of HIV transmission” where Johnson is finishing the section with a reference to Garnett and Bowden paper for further information. The main work that Johnson is building his conclusions on is The ASSA 2000 Suite of models. He mentions it at the beginning of section 4, “Improving the modelling of HIV transmission”. On top of the publications made by others, Johnson is using statistical…

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    Role models are the people who shape us. They give us inspiration and lead us through tough times. Role models can be people who have overcame great pain or people who are always positive. No matter who your role model is someone you feel you relate to. To most people musicians inconsequential if not a bad inspiration. For me Paramore's hayley williams is a person that i really look up to. Hayley is one of the most positive celebrities that i know. She's not afraid to be herself no matter what…

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    A role model can be defined as “a person whose behavior, example, or success is or can be emulated by others, especially by younger people” (Collins English Dictionary). In my eyes, I believe being a role model is the job for the parents or other influential people that spend time with children and teenagers such as teachers or coaches. Unfortunately, some parents cannot accept the duty of being a role model for their children. In today’s society, the sport professionals are considered the role…

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    As a person grows up, it is really helpful to have a paragon to look up to. Countless adults today accomplished huge success in their lives with the help of others. Those who have assisted the successors can be classified as mentors, models, ideal individuals, etc. These individuals labeled as “perfect examples” are major help in order to keep a consecutive attitude in not giving up for future success. These perfect examples are classified as role models for their past experiences, impacts, and…

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    Influence is the capacity to have an effect on the character, development, or behaviour of someone. Most of us are influenced by people or situations we grew up with. We could be influenced by the characters in our favourite television shows, the heroes in the books, or our beloved family members and friends. They are called our role models because we are inspired to keep living on until we achieve our goals. However, we could be influenced by immoral and unfortunate situations. The movie, "Dead…

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    Persuasive Plastic Surgery

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    “You define beauty for yourself; society doesn’t define your beauty” (Lady Gaga). Beauty is viewed as being as those small models that are seen in magazines. Beauty is viewed as having the perfect figure that feels acceptable with today’s society. Beauty is viewed as having the perfect face that requires spending hundreds of dollars. Everyone has grown up in a society that has defined how “beautiful” one is, and has begun to accept that. At one point in life, every individual questions whether…

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    followed the change models proposed by Lewin and Kotter. Kurt Lewin developed a three stage model of planned change that discusses how to initiate, manage, and stabilize the change process. The three relevant stages are known as unfreezing in which you create a motivation to change, changing, by implementing your new strategies and structure in place, and refreezing in which you support and maintain your change (Kreitner & Kinicki, 2013). For example in the case study, Vineet…

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    Anthony, J, and I chose two still ads from the same cologne line, over a decade apart. The line is “Le Male” by Jean Paul Gaultier, and the two ads that we chose are pictured below. Our task was to analyze the “gayness” of the advertisement, and therefore to also analyze what wasn’t gay about it. To do this, we collectively did research about the history of the content of the ads, the brand and the creator of it, and the models used. Lastly, we analyzed the aesthetics of the ad to pull it all…

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