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    During the on-campus lecture, Dr. Beckwith outlined Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs. Maslow argued that individuals have five levels of needs, which include: Physiological, Safety, Love, Esteem, and Self-actualization. According to Maslow, an individual seeks to meet each need before moving to the next level. For example, in order for a person to move to the safety level, he would need to have his needs for food, water, and sleep met. Maslow claimed that until the lower needs were met, a person was not free to move up to the next…

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    that involves relationships of influence, learning, and exchange” (p. 10). While the responsibilities of postsecondary administrators are too infinite to list, the following will describe three functions of academic leaders, organizational frames to help motivate team members, and provide examples of how one postsecondary administrator addresses each of the three functions of leadership. Three Functions of Academic Leadership College administrators serves many functions, which include…

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    allocates people and resources to organizational tasks. There are two types or organizations that can use this concept. These are simple and complex organization. In a simple organization, differentiation is low, because the division of labor is relatively small, and allocated to one or two main individuals. In a complex organization, differentiation is high, because of the size, and labor force of the organization. The Virgin Islands Department of Education is considered a complex organization,…

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    Power Distance Effect

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    Organizations with low power distance anticipate more self-governing system of relationships. In such organizations, junior staffs feel that they have the power to contribute to the decision-making process. In distinction, employees of organizations with high power distance are usually not willing to convey doubt or disagreements with their superiors (Daniels & Greguras, 2014). Current organizational and global trend makes an understanding variation, individual and cultural values more…

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    Four Causes Of Inequality

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    unequal distribution of earnings, wealth, income, opportunities and, etc.? According to Goran Therborn’s essay, inequality can be created in four basic ways. The triggers of inequality consist of: • Distantation • Exclusion • Hierarchy • Exploitation First, distantation is the idea that some individuals are racing ahead, while others fall behind (Therborn, 2009). Particularly, inequality due to distantation has taken a paradoxical connotation for in territorial terms the distances have…

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    Inter-organizational relationship in the Vancouver Agreement The Vancouver Agreement (VA) is a multi-government agreement for urban development in the City of Vancouver, which particularly focus on Downtown Eastside (DTES) area (Graham 2010, p.1). DTES is an area that is socially dangerous due to high rate of drug and crime cases (p.1). This area had faced many policies failure in term of urban development and had been politically neglected (p.3). The VA is used to provide better services and…

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    In general, the organizational structure can be defined as the system used to draw round the chain of command inside the organization (Grant& Jordan, 2015).The organizational structure is draw guide for how the organization functions with a specific end goal to accomplish their objectives and development. The organizational structure can be reflected through the organizational chart. This essay paper will discuss the proposed organizational structure for IKEA on the light of the shifting in the…

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    Alexander the Great was a brilliant strategist and warrior. He had many dreams. His ambition for world dominance like the many other rulers before him and after him. Alexander the great was born on July in the year of 356 BC and died in 324 BC. At a young age; Alexander showed his potential and future strength as a leader who could govern and dominate the old world. If Alexander the Great were alive today, he would solve the social injustice of war by global domination. Alexander was a brilliant…

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    Adonis Vs Fto Tibbetts

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    In this scenario, Sergeant Williams, pairs his subordinate Officer Roberts, with Field Training Officer Andrew Tibbetts, who impregnates her. Officer Roberts is irate and upset with Sergeant Williams because FTO Tibbets will not leave his family to enter into a relationship with her. Officer Roberts blames Sergeant Williams because he paired the two together even though Officer Tibbetts had a reputation of being a ladies’ man and that she was vulnerable at the time. Officer Roberts felt that…

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    Researchers claim to have discovered a new trick to improve students’ memory. Their hypothesis is that simply telling students they are going to have to teach someone else will improve their retention. To test this, a study was conducted where fifty-six undergraduates were selected and split into two groups; each of the two groups were given ten minutes to read a 1500 word passage about fictional depictions of The Charge of The Light Brigade. Then the two groups were each told separate events…

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