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Irving Roberts Biography
United States judge Irving R. Kaufman once said, "The judicial system is the most expensive machine ever invented for finding out what happened
and what to do about it." Over the course of the United States, the Supreme Court has decided issues which have a great impact on future generations.
The leader of this court needs to have intricate understanding of the United State Constitution and judicial system. By holding many different roles in
the judicial process, U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice John G. Roberts has been able to gain an expansive understanding of the U.S. Constitution and
the judicial system's role in a democracy. On January 27, 1995, John Glover Roberts Jr. was born in Buffalo, New York to Rosemary and John Glover
Roberts... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Supreme Court, defending Alaska's Megan's Law, which required sex offenders to register with police retroactively to 1984 and made the information
available to the via internet ("John G. Roberts, Jr."). He won the case, helping to make him a front runner for a nomination to the U.S. Court of
Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit. Roberts received the nomination and in May of 2001 was appointed to the position by a unanimous vote
by the Republican–controlled Senate. One of his most controversial rulings was Hedgepeth v. Washington Metro Transit Authority, which upheld the
arrest of a twelve–year–old for violating the Washington D.C. Metro Transit Authority's "no food" policy. He also contributed to the unanimous
decision in Hamdan v. Rumsfeld, which espoused the military tribunals' trying of "enemy combatants ("John Roberts Biography.")." Roberts judicial
experience and unique approach to law helped him to become a respected
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Sandra Day O Connor Case
Sandra Day O' Connor was the first woman appointed to the U.S. Supreme Court. Being a republican she was considered a moderate conservative and
served for 24 years. She was elected to two terms in the Arizona senate. Ronald Reagan had nominated her to the U.S Supreme Court in 1981.
Receiving a unanimous senate approval she made it as the first women to serve the highest court in the nation.
Born on March 26, 1930 in Texas. Sandra Day O'Connor spent her youth on her family's ranch in Arizona. In 1950, she had graduated from Stanford
with a bachelor's degree in economics, later attending the university's law school and received her degree in 1952, graduating third in her class.
O'Connor struggled to find a job and worked without pay for the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
In 1988, she had discovered that she has breast cancer and went under a mastectomy. Her husband's declining health was the main reason that led the
justice's retirement.
After her retirement on January 31, 2006, Justice O'Connor has continued her judicial services by hearing cases in the United States Courts of Appeals.
She has also launched an online civics education aimed at middle school students known as iCivics. O'Connor has also wrote many books some of
them being, The Majesty of the Law: Reflections of Supreme Court Justice, the children's titles Chico, Finding Susie, and Out of Order: Stories From
the History of the Supreme Court. She has also been a part of the lecture circuit, speaking to different groups around the country. In 2012, she defended
Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts for his vote to uphold the President Obama's healthcare law. O'Connor had stated that "the justices were not
obligated to follow the politics of the president who appointed him/her". In 2006, the Arizona State University named its law school after Justice
O'Connor. She has also been awarded. In 2009, for her lifetime achievements President Obama awarded Justice O'Connor with the nation's highest
civilian honor, the Presidential Medal of
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New House History
Among the most avant garde of Manhattan properties is the storied Hotel Chelsea, aka the Chelsea Hotel or simply the Chelsea. The 12 storied red
brick ironwork 250 unit hotel located on 222 West 23 Street in Chelsea Manhattan has witnessed the endless social and cultural strata of New York's
steamiest history pass through its portals and hosted some pretty notable residents including groundbreakers and rule–makers to the great, the good, the
famous, and the infamous. Built between 1883 and 1885 and owned by a consortium of 10 wealthy families, the Chelsea was New York's first co–op
apartment complex. The tallest building in New York in its day until 1902, it became a hotel in 1905, a designated NYC landmark since March 15,
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Built in 1884, and designed by Philip Hubert, with the firm of Hubert, Pirsson & Company in Queen Anne Revival and Victorian Gothic. With its'
ornamental floral and iron balconies on its facade, its grand staircase, towering up twelve floors, was quite distinct and magnificent. Built as a
cooperative apartment houses, tenants enjoyed cost savings by sharing fuel and services. While Hubert reserved some of Chelsea's apartments for those
who were actually 'hands–on' in the building process of the Chelsea, he also made way for housing artists in the world of writing, music and acting.
The top floor featured 15 artist's glass–walled studios on the ninth floor, and for families enjoing the luxuries of boundless wealth, he created
3,000–square–foot, 12–room apartments. For the complete cooperative living experience, Hubert created rooms for the sole enjoyment of men as well
as rooms for women on the ground floor. His ingenious design also feature a restaurant on the groundfloor and high above the streets, a rooftop
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Voting System In America
Over seventy years ago, Joseph Stalin, leader of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, made a remark about the 'democratic' voting system in the
United States. He stated, "...it is completely unimportant who in the party will vote, or how; but what is extraordinarily important is this – who will
count the votes, and how." Joseph Stalin, who once was a totalitarian dictator, was able to see the loopholes in our democraticelection process that the
American people never addressed, or they simply ignored. An American's vote no longer matters in the way that it used to; In fact, this is no longer
an area of black and white, instead it has changed to an obscure gray field that shadows over all Americans. The prestigious land of the United States,
where democracy has been held up for over two centuries, is no longer upholding the belief of one man one vote. Instead, it has allowed the 528 votes
of the Electoral College to run rampant and impede on the founding beliefs that all Americans hold dear. Ourvoting process, with the Electoral College
in charge, no longer speaks for the majority of the people in the United States of America.... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Voters were extremely limited in ways to learn about their potential party candidates, and how their ideas related to those of their candidate. But today,
there are several ways for Americans to learn about the candidates. We have television, radio, the internet, newspapers, word–of–mouth, and several
other methods to get the word out. Because of the sources that we now hold, the vote for the presidency should be based completely off of the
popular vote, and the Electoral College should be abolished. The Electoral College has become useless in their job, and needs to relinquish their power
to that of the
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Essay on Analysis of the Work Environment at W.L. Gore &...
One of the pioneering firms in the use of team–based approaches to job design is W. L. Gore & Associates. Gore & Associates has made Fortune
magazine's "100 Best Companies to Work For" list for eleven consecutive years. Gore & Associates is one of only three firms that have made every
list published by Fortune.
The purpose of this critical thinking exercise is to garner valuable insight specific to the unique organizational work environment at Gore &
Associates. Likewise, this document will address and respond to a series of questions in reference to the corporate culture at W.L Gore. Upon
completion of said assessment of Gore & Associates, personal reflection will be given as to whether this is an organization someone would find a...
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Gore & Associates Corporate Culture Differentiation
In evaluating Gore & Associates' corporate culture differentiation, it is clear as to their commitment to diversity and mutual respect, trust and fairness,
employee empowerment, and collaboration. Likewise, their commitment to mutual respect goes beyond just human capital; it includes a respect for the
environment too. As part of Gore & Associates Environmental Responsibility Statement, they have gone on record with the following; "Gore's respect
for the environment is a natural outgrowth of our legacy of responsible innovation." "Throughout our history, we've applied the principles of sound
science to create products that improve the quality of life, including products that solve difficult environmental problems." (www.gore.com/aboutus
/environmental_responsibility_statement, 2011, para. 1).
As per their commitment to diversity and mutual respect, Gore & Associates have adopted a culture that welcomes people from a variety of
environments and backgrounds, while embracing the view points that accompany these individuals (www.gore.com/aboutus/diversity, 2011). At a
glance, one could say that Bill Gore may have taken notice as to the historical success of the Xerox Corporation, and their same commitment to
diversity and fairness. In looking back at week two's use case exercise, and comparing Gore & Associates with the Xerox Corporation, we discovered
many similarities. AT Xerox, diversity is more
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A Brief Note On Gore And Associates, An American...
W.L. Gore & Associates is an American manufacturing company that specializes in making products derived from polytetrafluoroethylene, or simply
PTFE. The company is best known for its Gore–Tex fabric coating, which makes fabric waterproof and windproof, but yet breathable. The company
evolved from the late Wilbert L. Gore's experiences personally, organizationally, and technically. Mr. Gore moved to E. I. du Pont de Nemours in
1945 where he was part of a team that worked on the development of applications for PTFE. Wilber Gore, or Bill to his coworkers, became
knowledgeable in the development of computers and transistors. He believed that PTFE had the ideal insulating characteristics that would make PTFE
useful in such equipment. A breakthrough happened in the basement in his house when Mr. Gore and his son Bob successfully created PTFE–coated
ribbon by using PTFE sealant tape made by 3M. Because Du Pont wanted to remain a supplier of raw materials and not a fabricator, Bill was
unsuccessful in convincing Du Pont to make his PTFE–coated ribbon cable. On January 1, 1958, Bill and his wife Vieve founded W.L. Gore &
Associates in the basement of their house. The company took off when the Gores secured an order for $100,000. W.L. Gore continued to grow and
manufacture products made from PTFE. Bill Gore died in 1986 while backpacking in the Wind River Mountains of Wyoming. Before he died, he had
become chairman and his son, Bob, president. Vieve was
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Irving Roberts Biography

  • 1. Irving Roberts Biography United States judge Irving R. Kaufman once said, "The judicial system is the most expensive machine ever invented for finding out what happened and what to do about it." Over the course of the United States, the Supreme Court has decided issues which have a great impact on future generations. The leader of this court needs to have intricate understanding of the United State Constitution and judicial system. By holding many different roles in the judicial process, U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice John G. Roberts has been able to gain an expansive understanding of the U.S. Constitution and the judicial system's role in a democracy. On January 27, 1995, John Glover Roberts Jr. was born in Buffalo, New York to Rosemary and John Glover Roberts... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Supreme Court, defending Alaska's Megan's Law, which required sex offenders to register with police retroactively to 1984 and made the information available to the via internet ("John G. Roberts, Jr."). He won the case, helping to make him a front runner for a nomination to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit. Roberts received the nomination and in May of 2001 was appointed to the position by a unanimous vote by the Republican–controlled Senate. One of his most controversial rulings was Hedgepeth v. Washington Metro Transit Authority, which upheld the arrest of a twelve–year–old for violating the Washington D.C. Metro Transit Authority's "no food" policy. He also contributed to the unanimous decision in Hamdan v. Rumsfeld, which espoused the military tribunals' trying of "enemy combatants ("John Roberts Biography.")." Roberts judicial experience and unique approach to law helped him to become a respected ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 2. Sandra Day O Connor Case Sandra Day O' Connor was the first woman appointed to the U.S. Supreme Court. Being a republican she was considered a moderate conservative and served for 24 years. She was elected to two terms in the Arizona senate. Ronald Reagan had nominated her to the U.S Supreme Court in 1981. Receiving a unanimous senate approval she made it as the first women to serve the highest court in the nation. Born on March 26, 1930 in Texas. Sandra Day O'Connor spent her youth on her family's ranch in Arizona. In 1950, she had graduated from Stanford with a bachelor's degree in economics, later attending the university's law school and received her degree in 1952, graduating third in her class. O'Connor struggled to find a job and worked without pay for the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... In 1988, she had discovered that she has breast cancer and went under a mastectomy. Her husband's declining health was the main reason that led the justice's retirement. After her retirement on January 31, 2006, Justice O'Connor has continued her judicial services by hearing cases in the United States Courts of Appeals. She has also launched an online civics education aimed at middle school students known as iCivics. O'Connor has also wrote many books some of them being, The Majesty of the Law: Reflections of Supreme Court Justice, the children's titles Chico, Finding Susie, and Out of Order: Stories From the History of the Supreme Court. She has also been a part of the lecture circuit, speaking to different groups around the country. In 2012, she defended Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts for his vote to uphold the President Obama's healthcare law. O'Connor had stated that "the justices were not obligated to follow the politics of the president who appointed him/her". In 2006, the Arizona State University named its law school after Justice O'Connor. She has also been awarded. In 2009, for her lifetime achievements President Obama awarded Justice O'Connor with the nation's highest civilian honor, the Presidential Medal of ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 3. New House History Among the most avant garde of Manhattan properties is the storied Hotel Chelsea, aka the Chelsea Hotel or simply the Chelsea. The 12 storied red brick ironwork 250 unit hotel located on 222 West 23 Street in Chelsea Manhattan has witnessed the endless social and cultural strata of New York's steamiest history pass through its portals and hosted some pretty notable residents including groundbreakers and rule–makers to the great, the good, the famous, and the infamous. Built between 1883 and 1885 and owned by a consortium of 10 wealthy families, the Chelsea was New York's first co–op apartment complex. The tallest building in New York in its day until 1902, it became a hotel in 1905, a designated NYC landmark since March 15, 1966, on the... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Built in 1884, and designed by Philip Hubert, with the firm of Hubert, Pirsson & Company in Queen Anne Revival and Victorian Gothic. With its' ornamental floral and iron balconies on its facade, its grand staircase, towering up twelve floors, was quite distinct and magnificent. Built as a cooperative apartment houses, tenants enjoyed cost savings by sharing fuel and services. While Hubert reserved some of Chelsea's apartments for those who were actually 'hands–on' in the building process of the Chelsea, he also made way for housing artists in the world of writing, music and acting. The top floor featured 15 artist's glass–walled studios on the ninth floor, and for families enjoing the luxuries of boundless wealth, he created 3,000–square–foot, 12–room apartments. For the complete cooperative living experience, Hubert created rooms for the sole enjoyment of men as well as rooms for women on the ground floor. His ingenious design also feature a restaurant on the groundfloor and high above the streets, a rooftop ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 4. Voting System In America Over seventy years ago, Joseph Stalin, leader of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, made a remark about the 'democratic' voting system in the United States. He stated, "...it is completely unimportant who in the party will vote, or how; but what is extraordinarily important is this – who will count the votes, and how." Joseph Stalin, who once was a totalitarian dictator, was able to see the loopholes in our democraticelection process that the American people never addressed, or they simply ignored. An American's vote no longer matters in the way that it used to; In fact, this is no longer an area of black and white, instead it has changed to an obscure gray field that shadows over all Americans. The prestigious land of the United States, where democracy has been held up for over two centuries, is no longer upholding the belief of one man one vote. Instead, it has allowed the 528 votes of the Electoral College to run rampant and impede on the founding beliefs that all Americans hold dear. Ourvoting process, with the Electoral College in charge, no longer speaks for the majority of the people in the United States of America.... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Voters were extremely limited in ways to learn about their potential party candidates, and how their ideas related to those of their candidate. But today, there are several ways for Americans to learn about the candidates. We have television, radio, the internet, newspapers, word–of–mouth, and several other methods to get the word out. Because of the sources that we now hold, the vote for the presidency should be based completely off of the popular vote, and the Electoral College should be abolished. The Electoral College has become useless in their job, and needs to relinquish their power to that of the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 5. Essay on Analysis of the Work Environment at W.L. Gore &... One of the pioneering firms in the use of team–based approaches to job design is W. L. Gore & Associates. Gore & Associates has made Fortune magazine's "100 Best Companies to Work For" list for eleven consecutive years. Gore & Associates is one of only three firms that have made every list published by Fortune. The purpose of this critical thinking exercise is to garner valuable insight specific to the unique organizational work environment at Gore & Associates. Likewise, this document will address and respond to a series of questions in reference to the corporate culture at W.L Gore. Upon completion of said assessment of Gore & Associates, personal reflection will be given as to whether this is an organization someone would find a... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Gore & Associates Corporate Culture Differentiation In evaluating Gore & Associates' corporate culture differentiation, it is clear as to their commitment to diversity and mutual respect, trust and fairness, employee empowerment, and collaboration. Likewise, their commitment to mutual respect goes beyond just human capital; it includes a respect for the environment too. As part of Gore & Associates Environmental Responsibility Statement, they have gone on record with the following; "Gore's respect for the environment is a natural outgrowth of our legacy of responsible innovation." "Throughout our history, we've applied the principles of sound science to create products that improve the quality of life, including products that solve difficult environmental problems." (www.gore.com/aboutus /environmental_responsibility_statement, 2011, para. 1). As per their commitment to diversity and mutual respect, Gore & Associates have adopted a culture that welcomes people from a variety of environments and backgrounds, while embracing the view points that accompany these individuals (www.gore.com/aboutus/diversity, 2011). At a glance, one could say that Bill Gore may have taken notice as to the historical success of the Xerox Corporation, and their same commitment to diversity and fairness. In looking back at week two's use case exercise, and comparing Gore & Associates with the Xerox Corporation, we discovered many similarities. AT Xerox, diversity is more ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 6. A Brief Note On Gore And Associates, An American... W.L. Gore & Associates is an American manufacturing company that specializes in making products derived from polytetrafluoroethylene, or simply PTFE. The company is best known for its Gore–Tex fabric coating, which makes fabric waterproof and windproof, but yet breathable. The company evolved from the late Wilbert L. Gore's experiences personally, organizationally, and technically. Mr. Gore moved to E. I. du Pont de Nemours in 1945 where he was part of a team that worked on the development of applications for PTFE. Wilber Gore, or Bill to his coworkers, became knowledgeable in the development of computers and transistors. He believed that PTFE had the ideal insulating characteristics that would make PTFE useful in such equipment. A breakthrough happened in the basement in his house when Mr. Gore and his son Bob successfully created PTFE–coated ribbon by using PTFE sealant tape made by 3M. Because Du Pont wanted to remain a supplier of raw materials and not a fabricator, Bill was unsuccessful in convincing Du Pont to make his PTFE–coated ribbon cable. On January 1, 1958, Bill and his wife Vieve founded W.L. Gore & Associates in the basement of their house. The company took off when the Gores secured an order for $100,000. W.L. Gore continued to grow and manufacture products made from PTFE. Bill Gore died in 1986 while backpacking in the Wind River Mountains of Wyoming. Before he died, he had become chairman and his son, Bob, president. Vieve was ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 7. Selfishness By Lisa Firestone, Ph. D. Selfish: lacking consideration for others, concerned chiefly with one's own personal profit or pleasure. Ever since a friend of mine contacted me about a problem she was facing I've felt so amazed of how words can affect one another. She was going through some things and didn't know how to express them to me because of personal reasons, but it didn't stop her from getting help from me. It wasn't about if I knew what the problem was, it was about problem solving and helping someone who in need and she needed help on how to approach certain things and the manner you should approach it in. I was more then welcome to help her overcome these flaws and I spoke with her until I broke down every question or concern she had to reach her satisfactory... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... People's actions don't come out of nowhere, there is something that strives them to act or behave the way they do. We must have a healthy psychological well–being to create healthy friendships and relationships with society, according to HelpGuide.org. What I think their trying to imply here is that people should take care of their mental and emotional well–being to create more positivity all around them, whether it's for friends, family, or an outsider. When we as a society achieved this goal, we wouldn't think helping others as being selfish. This is because everyone would have that identical mentality within them to spread positivity and when they all do that, it makes it easier to claim that someone committed an act of kindness toward someone because they cared about the effect it would have on the victim rather than the joy you feel after helping ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 8. Chelsea Among the most avant garde of Manhattan properties is the storied Hotel Chelsea, aka the Chelsea Hotel or simply the Chelsea. The 12 storied red brick ironwork 250 unit hotel located on 222 West 23 Street in Chelsea Manhattan has witnessed layers of New York's steamiest history and hosted some pretty notable residents from groundbreakers and rule–makers to the great, the good, the famous, and the infamous. Built between 1883 and 1885 and owned by a consortium of 10 wealthy families, the Chelsea was New York's first co–op apartment complex. The tallest buidling in New York during its' day, it became a hotel in 1905, a designated NYC landmark since March 15, 1966, on the National Register of Historic Places since December 27, 1977 and though the years has been a hip, nurturing environment, closely associated with the bohemian types and the counter–culture. The Chelsea, who defines creativity and a freedom of our culture, has been home to a myriad of residents...some of the 20th century's most brilliant rising stars, from starving musicians, writers, and actors, to artists. http://web.archive.org/web/20021019161352/http://www.granta.com/extracts/1691 Among those names of guests, dilettantes, wannabes, groupies, and transients passing through the Chelsea's sacred portals or residents who eked out a living at the Chelsea were Tennessee Williams, Dylan Thomas, whose plaque at the entrance reminds all those that he 'lived and laboured here and from here sailed out to die.", Mark Tawin, O. Henry, Arthur Miller, Edith Piaf, Sam Shepard, Thomas Wolfe, (wrote "Look Homeward, Angel there in room 831) Janis Joplin and Leonard Cohen who wrote... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The work, filling the staircase and lobby of the Hotel , was exchanged in exchange for rent. ( As of 2011, the majority of the art work has been removed for cataloguing and ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 9. The Issue Of Gay Marriage Gay marriage, something that has increasingly been on the news, is talked about in chapter five. Lambda Legal Defense eve talks about how they will enforce gay marriage through the manipulation of the courts. The whole trend started in 1996 in Hawaii, with a ruling there saying theres no reason to ban gay civil marriages. The biggest problem, is that this is not the job of the Supreme Court Justices to decide, but elected representatives. In 20 years, the Supreme court has decided in two cases addressing constitutionality of state sodomy in Bowers v. Hardwick and Lawrence v. Texas. In Romers v. Evans, it ruled on a state constitution amendment. William F. Buckley wrote a response where in summary he is declaring the Supreme Court has no right to be in the bedroom of Americans. Having government involved in any personal matter is hazardous. "The debate over which branch of government gets to decide how, when, and why it can be there(Levin.73)" this is saying that the government will enforce themselves in our privacy on other issues besides gay relationships and contraceptives. New York times ran an article talking about sodomy laws, and how they are rarely enforced due to not being able accurately prove anything, and also the time it would take to search for violators. In Bowers V. Hardwick an Atlanta police officer went to Hardwick's house with a warrant for ticket violations, and found Hardwick with another man in his bedroom. Hardwick was put in jail for 12 hours, with the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 10. Essay on BUSI690 Rothaermel Ex 3 Rothaermal Exercise 3 Ryan Cherry BUSI 690 – Policy and Strategy in Global Competition February 1, 2015 Chapter 11 Discussion Question 11.1: Why is it important for an organization to have alignment between its strategy and organizational structure? The relationship between an organization's strategy and structure are extremely important because it "directly impacts a firm's performance" (Rothaermel, 2013, p. 309). Also, as an organization grows, it should reevaluate the current strategy and structure to ensure that it remains the optimal choice for the organization (Rothaermel, 2013). The four types of organizational structures, listed in order of least to most complex according to Rothaermel (2013), are: (1) simple, (2)... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... At this level, each of the SBUs is viewed as its own independent entity, pursuing its own profit–creating goals (Rothaermel, 2013). While organizations with a corporate–level strategy with a single or dominant business would be best served by a functional structure, organizations seeking related or unrelated diversification would be wise to utilize a multidivisional structure (Rothaermel, 2013). Lastly, the matrix structure is a combination of the functional and multidivisional structures (Rothaermel, 2013). It is most appropriate when an organization needs a structure which allows for both centralized and decentralized decision–making, and can be organized by geographic areas and product divisions (Rothaermel, 2013). While a global strategy does not automatically lend to a matrix structure, a transnational strategy which has the requirements above is better served through a matrix structure (Rothaermel, 2013). Discussion Question 11.3(a): What commonalities across the products would likely be enhanced by flexible cross–functional teams? Gore has product lines which include consumer products like guitar strings and vacuum filters, cables and cable assemblies, electronic and electrochemical materials, fabrics, fibers, filtration products, medical products, pharmaceutical processing, sealants, and venting products (Gore, 2015). Its product lines are ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 11. Flawed News And Public Opinions Essay Flawed News and Public Opinions TV Journalism has been degraded to the point in which true factual and informative reporting free of bias has been replaced with short news bytes centered and focused on its entertainment value alone. Within the political process, this has mostly served as a disservice to both politicians and the general public audience. Edward J Epstein published a book entitled "News from Nowhere" in which he observed NBC's news department and how decisions were made on what was news worthy. He discovered a decline in television network ratings and profits caused executives to change marketing strategies. This new direction in news reporting would be tailored to an audience low in sophistication with the network defining what would be newsworthy. Epstein wrote: "Dull and complicated stories would need to be of enormous importance to get on the air: but relatively trivial stories would make the cut if interesting enough". (Edwards, p. 406). Supporting this observation Washington Post editors Leonard Downie Jr and Robert Kaiser argue that "Entertainment has pushed out information in the TV news business and that the history of TV news can be summarized in a couple sentences". (Edwards, p. 406). An exception to this practice would be networks assigning their best reporters to cover major events or "Lead Stories" at well–established sources such as the White House, Congress, or the Pentagon. During the 1991 Gulf War, 50 per–cent of the stories came from these ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 12. War Has No Limits Of War The Japanese 's mouth glowed with huge gold–crowned teeth, and his captor wanted them. He put the point of his kabar [combat knife] on the base of a tooth and hit the handle with the palm of his hand. Because the Japanese was kicking his feet and thrashing about, the knife point glanced off the tooth and sank deeply into the victim 's mouth. The Marine cursed him and with a slash cut his cheeks open to each ear. He put his foot on the sufferer 's lower jaw and tried again. Blood poured out of the soldier 's mouth. He made a gurgling noise and thrashed wildly. I shouted, "Put the man out of his misery." All I got for an answer was a cussing out. Another Marine ran up, put a bullet in the enemy soldier 's brain, and ended his agony. The ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Society is completely unaware of the blood, gore, and true horrors that war brings leading them to become desensitized and accepting of war. Military advancements have shaped how war is fought today. Now that war can be fought by bombing enemies with drones thousands of miles away, face–to–face combat is not as present as before making war seem less gruesome to society. "World War II is considered to have been the largest and deadliest war in world history, killing 62 million people on the battlefield, in massive bombings of civilians in cities, and by genocide" (World War II 147). Many people believe that war only involves the soldiers fighting in the front–line. The harsh reality that society seems to dismiss is that thousands of innocent people have died because of war. "In World War II cities became the prime military targets of air and ground campaigns" (Roger W. Lotchin). World War II had been going on long enough and the United States had already lost thousands of lives (America at War: The War Ends in the Pacific). To avoid losing any more men and ending the war the United States decided to make the Atomic Bomb (America at War: The War Ends in the Pacific). "Approved by Roosevelt, scientists working under military direction had devised a devastating bomb based on atomic fission" (Elbridge Colby). The goal of the Atomic Bomb was to get Japan to ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 13. The 21st Century Elections The 21st Century Elections United States of America has been the country that was always seen as a powerful and strong by other countries. Our nation that was perceived before as a symbol of modernity and as a sign of example to follow was soon to change throughout the years and demonstrated on the elections of 2000 and 2004 where our nation set in stone the failure to maintain a quality on its political life as well as its elections. The political effect of the 2000 and 2004 elections had on the 2008 Election was very significant, there was an increase with the young voters comparing to the two elections before, Obama was able to connect with a younger group of people utilizing the network, there was a diversity of cultures that was... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Oregon also had delays in counting votes because it used only a mail–in ballot causing also the elections returns to be delayed (U.S. Constitution Online, 2013, para. 8). Ira Krakow (2006) asserted that due to Gore's request to recounts the votes manually, there were four counties in Florida such as Volusia, Palm Beach, Broward, and Miami–Dade that recounted the votes which were also not completed within the seven days deadline after the election. Volusia County finished but not the other three counties and Florida's Secretary of State Republican Katherine Harris then requested them to give proof of reasons they have not finished recounting the votes to what she also rejected and decided to certify the ballots on November 18th, however, the Gore legal team sued Harris to prevent the action, and the Florida Supreme Court agreed and ordered Harris to accept the results of any manual recount that was completed by November 26th (Krakow, 2006). The Supreme Court took the case, stopped the recount of the votes, and made the decision only with the votes that were recounted awarding the election to Bush on December 11. On December 12th they had a certified list of electors which was needed for the meeting of the Electoral College on December 18th so the Congress would not have to certify the Florida electors (Krakow, 2006). In conclusion, the election of 2000 was indeed a major phenomenon, even when Gore ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 14. Essay on W. L. Gore Case Analysis W. L. Gore Case Analysis Although the name W. L. Gore & Associates may not seem familiar to the ear, in all actuality, its products are some of the most well–known in existence. W. L. Gore is famous for its pioneering work with the polytetrafluoroethylene polymer, which lies as the backbone for many of Gore's products, including its most famous, Gore–Tex. Founded on January 1, 1958, by the husband and wife team of Bill and Vieve Gore in the basement of their home, W. L. Gore & Associates has expanded internationally to a workforce of over 6,000 associates in 45 locations, with sales volume of over $1.84 billion last fiscal year. For thirty–five straight years the company has enjoyed profitability and constant positive return on ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... In order to hold their place as the dominant seller in their favored industries, W. L. Gore & Associates must choose between advancing as a technological pioneer or cutting costs and becoming the lowest priced provider available. If they were to pursue the first route, it may be to their advantage to expand their research and development departments, as well as reorganize the way they market their products. On the other hand, if W. L. Gore & Associates felt that the more prudent course of action would be to become the most competitively priced provider, the company would need to seek out and reduce superfluous costs more efficiently. Throughout the history of the company, W. L. Gore & Associates has always worked as a single living and constantly adapting unit. With its unique organizational structure, the company functions more like a tight–knit family than its corporate counterparts. In many ways this has proven itself quite effective; for example, Bill Gore claimed that patent applications and innovative products outputted by his company was triple that of Du Pont, exemplifying the effects of the heightened levels of freedom and creativity in the Gore workplace. In this system, employees are encouraged to perform their best, as every employee shares the same general title, and are compensated based purely on their performance. This also enables the most competent and eager employees to ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 15. George W Bush 9/11 Research Paper With the approach of the year 2000, the Contested Presidential Election Between George W. Bush and Al Gore took place, with George W. Bush taking over the presidency. In 2003, following the attacks of 9/11, war was declared on Iraq which began the conflict that lasted many years and arguably is still going on today (with our presence in the Middle East). As president, president Bush plowed through a $1.3 trillion tax cut program, passed the No Child Left Behind Act, and also pushed for socially conservative efforts, such as the Partial–Birth Abortion Ban Act and faith–based welfare initiatives. Almost eight million people immigrated to the United States between the year 2000 and 2005; practically half of them entered illegally. During Bush's two ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Wikipedia After a bruising round of primary elections, the embattled Democrats chose Massachusetts senator John Kerry to represent their ticket. Kerry pushed progressive visions of government and counted on his Vietnam War record to counter charges that he would be weak in the face of terrorism. But that plan backfired as Kerry fell under attack for his very public opposition to Vietnam once he had returned from battle in the early 1970s. In spite of increased public misgivings about the war in Iraq, Bush nailed down a decisive victory in November 2004. He received the first popular vote majority by a presidential candidate in more than a decade–60,639,281 to 57,355,978–and won the Electoral College, 286 to 252, if by only one state (this time Ohio). This time his victory was clear, constitutional, and uncontested. Reelection, George W. Bushannounced, gave him "political capital," which he intended to spend on an aggressive domestic agenda. The appointment of two new conservative Supreme Court justices (John G. Roberts and Samuel A. Alito, Jr.) upon the retirement of Sandra
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  • 17. Global Warming Essay: An Inconvenent Truth Former United States Vice President Al Gore became interested in global warming during his years at Harvard University studying under Professor Roger Revelle. During the Clinton Administration Al Gore pushed and encouraged energy efficiency and alternate fuel resources. After Al Gore's presidential election defeat to Georgia W. Bush in 2000, Gore focused his full attention back onglobal warming. Al Gore Traveled across the United States and around the world presenting a slide show featuring the concerns of global warming. Using updated material and animation "An Inconvenient Truth" was created. In this film that was the fifth highest grossing documentary to date in the United States; Al Gore puts forth an argument about our climate. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Massive heat waves are becoming more common. In 2003 Andhra Pradesh in India reached a high of 122oF. US Cities have reported all–time highs and temperatures being above 100oF for consecutive days. The Oceans are getting warmer causing stronger storms. All–time records were set in 2004 for number of hurricanes in the United States and the number and the size of typhoons in China. In 2005 Hurricane Katrina was a Category 1 storm but increased to a Category 4 as it went over warmer waters in the Gulf of Mexican causing devastation to the people in Louisiana, Alabama, Mississippi and Texas. It resulted in the death of 1,836 people and $81 Billion dollars in damage. E4 Flooding and ironically more draughts have occurred. Global warming not only increases precipitation world– wide but also relocates precipitation. Soil evaporation increases considerably with higher temperatures (An Inconvenient Truth). "When it rains, it rains harder and when it's not raining, it's warmer – there is more evaporation, and droughts can last longer," explains Thomas R. Karl, director of the National Climatic Data Center. E5 Ice sheets are receding in sites such as Kilimanjaro, Glacier national Park, The Himalayas and the glaciers in Peru. If ice sheets in West Antarctica or Greenland were to melt completely, sea level would rise 20 feet. Coastline areas would flood, displacing hundreds of ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 18. Presidential Election Outcomes From American History Presidential election outcomes can be determined by a plethora of factors which include the candidate's own charisma and appeal, his rhetorics, his background (for instance, if he is related to a past president), the strength of his campaign, or his actual message. Though a president's rhetorics and campaigning are crucial to a presidential election, in the end, as James Carville stated in Bill Clinton's 1992 Presidential Campaign with his slogan "It's the economy, stupid," the economy is and always will be the biggest and deciding factor. In this essay, I will compare and contrast presidential election outcomes from American history, as well as touch upon the current outcome with present–day President Barack Obama and future predictions for the election of 2016. I will also present counterarguments it always "being the economy," and show why the economy does indeed trump all in the end. Within the essay, I will explore the dimensions of economic performance and how they affect and impact presidential elections. As any economist or political scientist will point out, social, individual, and societal factors are important, but none of any of those factors has been more significant in helping or hurting a presidential candidate than has the United States (and US affected by global) economy. For all potential factors that could affect a presidential election outcome, we take in voter behaviors. Voters could have their own affiliations or preferences in relation to the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 19. Television Journalism And The Media TV Journalism has been degraded to the point in which true factual and informative reporting free of bias has been replaced with short news bytes centered and focused on its entertainment value alone. Within the political process, this has mostly served as a disservice to both politicians and the general public audience. Edward J Epstein published a book entitled "News from Nowhere" in which he observed NBC's news department and how decisions were made on what was news worthy. He discovered a decline in television network ratings and profits caused executives to change marketing strategies. This new direction in news reporting would be tailored to an audience low in sophistication with the network defining what would be newsworthy. Epstein wrote: "Dull and complicated stories would need to be of enormous importance to get on the air, but relatively trivial stories would make the cut if interesting enough". (Edwards, p. 406). Supporting this observation Washington Post editors Leonard Downie Jr and Robert Kaiser argue that "Entertainment has pushed out information in the TV news business and that the history of TV news can be summarized in a couple sentences". (Edwards, p. 406). An exception to this practice would be networks assigning their best reporters to cover major events or "Lead Stories" at well–established sources such as the White House, Congress, or the Pentagon. During the 1991 Gulf War, 50 per–cent of the stories came from these locations. During the 1991 ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 20. Communism During The Cold War McCarthyism: McCarthyism is the name associated with the reckless and unsupported accusations against individuals were "deemed" Communists during the beginnings of the Cold War. It gets its name from Senator Joseph R. McCarthy from Wisconsin, who, in February 1950, claimed that Communists had infiltrated the American government. He shocked the State Department when he announced he possessed a list of over two–hundred communists who worked in the department, but the number later dropped to fifty–seven individuals. The only evidence to support his claims of enemy invasion were the name of the fifty–seven individuals who he believed "... [appeared] to be either card carrying members or certainly loyal to the Communist Party" (Voices of Freedom... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... On Election Day, Democratic nominee Al Gore and Republican nominee George W. Bush were tied both the popular vote and Electoral College, with the outcome of the election being too close to call. Ultimately, Al Gore won the popular vote by less than 1%, but the winner of the Electoral College remained unclear, with the results depending on who won the state of Florida. General confusion and claims that ballots were not consistently counted produced a controversial result, in which it seemed that Bush won by a mere couple of hundred votes. This was argued profusely by Democrats, who demanded a recount of the ballots, and the Supreme Court of Florida permitted Democratic Party's request. But shortly after the recounting began, the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) demanded it to be halted, and instead insisted that the governor of the state of Florida would determine the winner. However, the governor of Florida was George W. Bush's brother, Jeb, who claimed that "...the Republican candidate had carried the state and had therefore won the presidency" (Give Me Liberty! 1079). The outcome, which was a direct result of SCOTUS' involvement, angered Americans, for SCOTUS had discredited the Supreme Court of Florida's decision, defying their earlier claims that states possessed power in the federal ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 21. Bill Gore Case 4: W.L. Gore & Associates: Developing global teams to meet 21st century challenges. 1. What impress you about this company? Is it well managed– why or why not? * The company has been successful grow from small home operations to massive operations and still has the same culture as in the beginning. * The company has a good record of growth and therefore should also have good profits. * The company operates outside the traditional structure like the mission statement, a code of ethics (units may provide their own if they feel the need), formal job descriptions, managers, boss and so on. * Even though the company has grown they still use the principles of a small company. Such as being close knit, personal... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Company's four guiding principles * Try to be fair * Encourage, help and allow other associates to grow in knowledge, skill and scope of activity and responsibility. * Make your own commitments, and keep them * Consult with other associates before taking actions that may be " below the water line" ( waterline if there is a hole in the ship under the water then the ship (company) will sink) The Lattice structure * Lines of communication are direct– person to person– with no intermediary * No fixed or assigned authority * Sponsors, not bosses * Natural leadership defined by followership * Objectives are set by those who must "make them happen" * Tasks and functions organised through commitments The "sponsor" program Recruitment screening and selection to chose an employee who will 'fit' within the Gore culture. Once selected the employee is integrated into the Gore culture and work place through the sponsor program. Before the employee is selected an associate needs to be their sponsor who will assist the new employee and (see text book for more information) Internal memo from WL GORE * The sponsor who helps a new associate gets started on the job. Also the sponsor who helps a present associate get started on a new job ( staring sponsor) * The sponsor who sees to it the associate being sponsored gets credit and ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 22. Managing People [pic][pic] Assignment: Managing People Topic: Semco Pumping Success DATE: 18/06/2010 CONTENTS: 1. INTRODUCTION3 2. CLASSICAL SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT AND SEMCOS RELIENCE ON IT4–7 3. TWO MOTIVATIONAL THEORIES AND ITS RELEVANCE TO SEMCO8–10 4. EMPOWERMENT CONCEPT11–13 5. GORES LTD– SIMILAR MANAGEMENT AS SEMCO14–16 6. CONCLUSION17 7. REFERENCES18 INTRODUCTION вћў Management is become very important in today 's complex society, as more organizations are formed everyday. So management is very much
  • 23. essential in these organizations to plan organization direct and control ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Taylor Scientific Management according to which workers would be more productive if they had been paid higher wages in return of their labor. вћў SAMCO had a similar approach to management, as at SAMCO every member is the part of company 's wide profit sharing program that pays 23% of the business profit per quarter to the employees. The employees also decide the payout ratio of 23%. Further more members of Nucleus of technology innovation receive royalties on the achievements of the projects. вћў Later Taylor suggested that workers need more than just the economic incentive to be productive. This is followed by SAMCO as major decision affecting the entire organization such as purchase of a new plant site or an acquisition are put to a democratic vote, while other decisions are taken consensually by all employees involved. So at SAMCO the employee had got the right of decision making other than just an incentives. вћў Though scientific management also focused on proper selection of different positions and training of employee that are lacking at SAMCO. вћў Secondly, Fayol proposed the Administrative Management, according to which the Management principles must be flexible enough to accommodate the changing circumstances. вћў Similarly at SAMCO, Ricardo Semler, the owner of the company thinks that strategy planning and vision is often barriers to success. SAMCO 's approach ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 24. What Is The Influence Of Perceptions In The 2000 Election One study looked at how priming impacted voters' perceptions of candidates in the 2000 election. In this study, researchers used date from the National Annenberg Election Survey to see how public perception of both George W. Bush and Al Gore changed after they went onto a late–night comedy show. The results found that Bush experienced a perceived increase in honesty, inspiration, leadership and warmth; Gore, in contrast, was perceived to be more knowledgeable and caring (Moy, Xenos, & Hess, 2005). One possible reason for this shift in candidate perceptions is that late–night shows often humanize their guests. When a presidential candidate goes on stage, he or she is not off–limits to the host. Everything the candidate has said or done is... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... We're working to resolve these issues quickly." (@FCC, 2014). This is one of the most iconic examples of how critiquing an issue can have an effect on viewers. The second form of critiques common in late–night television programs is scrutinizing a political leader. These critiques are more common than issue critiques and they are often centered around the executive branch of the government: the president, the first family, major candidates, etc. (Niven, Lichter, & Amundson, 2003). Rather than focusing on the issues, many political comedy shows prefer to attack the person or people in charge. These attacks often follow the style of ad hominem attacks. One possible reason for the executive branch bearing the brunt of these attack is because its members are more public than the other branches. Another interesting finding is that, despite the ever–changing news, the majority of jokes about the candidates or incumbents do not change (Niven, Lichter, & Amundson, 2003). For example, President Trump could potentially be characterized as a self–centered, angry men whether he his speaking at the United Nations or flying tweeting about his financials. The nature of the jokes may differ, but the punch line is often the same. One important characteristic of late–night comedy lies in the demographics of its viewers. Approximately 46% of adults, according to the Pew Research Center, use late–night programs to learn information about ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 25. Bill Clinton Pros And Cons Voters reward the incumbent president for prosperity and punish him for economic distress, Bartels (1997). It was the 53rd quadrennial presidential election of 1996 and the candidates were, President Bill Clinton, the Democratic nominee from Arkansas; Senator Bob Dole, the Republican nominee from Kansas, and Ross Perot, the Reform party from Texas. PresidentBill Clinton's running mate was Vice President Al Gore from Tennessee. Senator Bob Dole's running mate was former Housing Secretary Jack Kemp from New York. Ross Perot's running mate was an economist, Pat Choate. The 1996 Presidential General Election Results Bill Clinton was born on August 19, 1946, in Arkansas, as William Jefferson Blythe III. (He was the first of the baby boomer generation.) Baby boomers are people born between 1946 and 1964, during the demographic post World War II baby boom. As a high school student in July 1963, he was a delegate to the American Legion Boys Nation, Clinton and met President John F. Kennedy in the White House Rose Garden and was photographed shaking Kennedy's hand. In 1968, Clinton won a Rhodes scholarship to attend Oxford University in England. The same year, he earns bachelor's degree from Georgetown University School of Foreign Service. In 1973, earned his law degree from Yale University and took a... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Senator was born on July 22, 1923 in Russell, Kansas, as Robert Joseph Dole. He attended the University of Kansas from 1941–1943 but left to join the Army. Dole trained in the medical corps at Camp Barkley, Texas. After boot camp he took engineering classes in Brooklyn, NY. During his service, he was severely injured in battle that took 39 plus months of rehabilitation to recover from. Dole enrolled Arizona University in 1948 on the G.I. Bill. In 1949, Dole enrolled at Topeka's Washburn University, seeking an undergraduate and law degree at the same time. Dole finished in 1952 with a Bachelor of the Arts and Bachelor of ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 26. How Does H. G. Wells Use Gothic Elements In Science Fiction? In the novel, The War of the Worlds, H.G. Wells repeatedly uses Gothic horror elements that have the potential to provoke strong emotional responses in his readers and possibly an intellectual response as well. It can be maintained that most works of Science Fiction have integrated the use of the Gothic fiction genre and that Science Fiction is born from this particular genre (Roberts, 2006). This can be recognized through The War of the Worlds, where in which Wells uses a combination of Science Fiction and Gothic genre in order to provoke his readers to intellectual conclusions by first drawing their attention through shock and horror. The Gothic genre is known to favour emotional responses over intellectual ones and shock over cognition ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... In some works, the events are given natural explanations where as others are solely supernatural (Roberts, 2006). The supernatural or inexplicable event in The War of the Worlds is obviously the invasion of the Martians. Wells uses this invasion to portray his theme of monstrosity and to magnify the terror felt by the reader's. Wells focuses the readers attention on monstrosity, the Martians, that inspire fear not only because they are different or gruesome in their appearance and actions, but mostly because this monstrosity can be represented as us. In The War of the Worlds, the Martians force the readers to face their repressed fears concerning the randomness of biological evolution and the implications from progress in science and an Imperial era. Humankind's history can be easily echoed through the Martians. The violent methods represent our past, tainted with warfare and colonial violence (Leroux, 2010). The unexpected vulnerability of the Martians embodies the vulnerability that humans do not suspect about themselves. Finally, the Martians' ghastly appearance, advanced technology, and brutal extermination of a weaker species can give the readers the realisation of who the monsters really are. The readers can somewhat identify with the Martians, yet they are naturally repulsed by their appearance and actions and what this might imply about humans (Leroux, 2010). ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 27. Faith and Politics Essay Faith and Politics Nowadays, more so than ever before, religion plays a significant role in American presidential elections. As citizens, our job is to examine that role and decide how it will affect our vote. The Bush/Gore campaign has been very much influenced by religion. Joseph Lieberman, Gore's running mate and the first Orthodox Jew to run for vice president on a major party ticket, has been extremely vocal about his faith. Both George W. Bushand Al Gore , a Methodist and Baptist, respectively, have also referred to their religious beliefs during this presidential campaign ("Anti–Defamation League Criticizes"), raising several questions about the part religious faith plays in presidential elections. First, what role ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... And now we think Senator Lieberman crossed it" (Pellegrini). The ADL is concerned partly because of the possibility that Lieberman's comments will rouse anti–Semitism in the American public. The Pew Research Poll found that of those bothered by the merging of religion and politics, 49 percent supported Lieberman and 30 percent did not. The statistics were virtually the same among those who reported they were not concerned with politicians discussing religion. These results show that, so far, there doesn't appear to be any hostility against Lieberman. Examining the bigger picture, the poll found that about three quarters of the American public have a positive view of Jews (Lester). This means that while the public isn't annoyed because he's Jewish and referring to his faith; but perhaps his references to his faith may be negatively pinned to his being Jewish–changing our perception of Jews. The Anti–Defamation League is also concerned with the (not–so– popular) principle of separation of church and state. "We do not think that religion belongs in the political campaign and political arena," Foxman declared to The New York Times. "There's nothing wrong with somebody professing their faith and going to church or synagogue, but this is almost hawking it" (Pellegrini). In response to Foxman's warning, Lieberman's spokesperson Kiki McLean reports that he "respectfully ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 28. Gore Case Analysis Essay Gore Case Analysis Bill Gore is a primary example of a unique, yet successful, approach on structuring his business using a lattice system. Lattice systems are organized to promote ingenuity and performance without hierarchy of authority (Grant, 2010, p. 412). Gore's intent was to create an environment with self–managed associates pursuing personal commitments and working together to achieve diverse innovations (p. 412). The success of W.L. Gore & Associates exercising a lattice system structure has been admirable but this system has adverse effects including confusion of how an associate is paid for his contributions. In addition to maintaining Gore's core vision to promote ingenuity and performance without hierarchy of authority, a... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Relevant Factual Information about the Problem or Decision the Organization Faced Gore's belief and implementation of a lattice system was successful in his vision for creativity and innovation but the structure presented a lack of clarity in regards to the amount of compensation given to employees relating to their specific qualifications, expertise and performance. Explanation of Relevant Concepts, Theories and Application Derived from Course Materials Lattice systems grant several advantages for an organization looking to prosper from diversified talent. However, it creates complicated parameters on how an employee should be compensated when a framework is not present for guidance. Mayhem (2012) presented Gore's acknowledgement of the complexity when he stated "it's unrealistic for people to set their own salaries" (para 3). Gore's alternative was to compensate based on annual peer reviews. Although companies should consider peer reviews during an employee evaluation, the associates should not be in control of the compensation of others. If a company uses this approach it can cause skewed evaluations with various ratings due to personal differences. Vinson (1996) highlighted this point by bringing up a concern with conflicted opinions and asking the question, "who decides who is right?" (para. 11). As a professional and employee, I prefer to have a clear ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 29. Electoral College Advantages Back in 1787 at the constitutional convention, America created a new way to elect our president. The electoral college was created by the founding fathers as a compromise. Many wanted Congress to choose the president, while many others wanted the people. With this, the electoral college was created. It worked great back then, but we are in the 21st century now. This way of voting is outdated and unfair to the American people. Now there are better alternatives than the electoral college. The electoral college needs to be amended. The electoral college, worked great in the 1800's because there was slavery. As Leon Friedman states, "Not only was the electoral college system based on slavery, it was also based upon a distrust of democracy. Alexander Hamilton in Federalist No 68, explained that the "immediateelection [of the President] should be made by men most capable of analyzing the qualities adapted to the station."(Friedman) The government couldn't trust the decision to the people. Rather, a "small number of persons, selected by their fellow–citizens from the general mass, will be most likely to possess the information and discernment requisite to such complicated investigations.". Democracy was quite young and Americans didn't trust it. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... For example, "Under the electoral college structure, smaller states have enormous political leverage. Wyoming has a population of 584,153 and has three electoral votes, which means that each Wyoming elector represents 194,717 voters. California has a population of 38,800,000 and has 55 electoral votes so each elector represents 705,454 voters. So each Presidential vote in Wyoming is worth 3.6 times more than each vote in California."(Friedman). With the electoral system, wyoming citizens basically have 3.6 times more power than others. America grants equal rights to all men. I think because of this, the electoral system is ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 30. Junior Research Paper: the Changing Face of Democracy The Changing Face of "Democracy" The nation we knew as the United States is no more. The fair, war–weary republic that we've all known and loved has been replaced by a tired war hungry, that has been so split that it is hardly worthy of being called the "United" States. But what happened, one might ask. When looking into the past, the major turning point occurred in the year 2000. In that year, the dynastic candidate George W. Bush was elected president, and since has reigned with an iron will to turn the United States into the nation that it is today. Going back to the year 2000, the inside facts are plenty. The primary elections chose two candidates: the republican George Bush and the Democrat Al George. From the start, this... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... But don't let the kind praise fool you, the nation isn't so great as in past decades. As Bush's policies continued the problems have become even more present. One matter in particular has taken care of our old and sick, but Bush is fixing the nation for the future, for "Social Security has been the crown jewel of the nation's social insurance commitment to American families through the administrations of 10 presidents. Yet only a few years after a Republican leader declared Social Security a politically untouchable "third rail of American politics," the nation twice elected a president who promised to end the system as it has operated successfully for 70 years" (Freidman 1). With Bush in the lead, the changes to the American way of life just keep piling up. Continuing onto his second term, Bush's luck just kept on improving; at the retirement of Sandra O'Conner and the death of the William Rehnquist, Bush has been successful in gaining more power over the Supreme Court and has since challenged many laws. "Among the laws Bush said he can ignore are military rules and regulations, affirmative–action provisions, requirements that Congress be told about immigration services problems, В‘whistle–blower' protections for nuclear regulatory officials, and safeguards against political interference in federally funded research" (Savage 1). Not only has ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 31. How Important Was The Election Of 1800? The presidential election of 1800 was between President John Adams and Vice–President Thomas Jefferson. Adams, the incumbent, was running for his second term after beating Jefferson four years prior. The importance of this election is not that Jefferson winning, but it is Adams losing. During this time period, democracy was not prevalent in the world as now, so the peaceful change of power was a huge step to American democracy and to democracy around the world. James Roger Sharp argues that the election of 1800 is the most important election because of which a president was set by President John Adams. Washington, the first president of the country ran two terms then leaving the white house deciding not to run for a third term, which was ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Leading up to the election, tensions were high as the issues over slavery and which states would be allowed slavery in them. This issue, since America's founding had been swept under the rug, even being excluded from the US constitution. Since countries like Great Britain, France, Canada, and other western countries have outlawed it and new public support had against slavery put on the forefront of the American Political sphere. The Republicans nominated former Congressman Abraham Lincoln, an anti–slavery advocate from Illinois. He ran against Northern Democrat Stephen A Douglass, Southern Democrat John C Breckinridge, and Constitutional Union Party candidate John Bell. In a very close and divisive election, Abraham Lincoln won with 180 electoral votes and around thirty–nine percent of the popular vote. The south viewed Lincoln and his policies as irreconcilable and South Carolina seceded the Union. Next came other states like Mississippi, Florida then others. Robert J Cook of Louisiana State University argues in his book, Civil War Senator, that the Election of 1860 was the most influential in our history because of the long lasting impact on our nation with emancipation proclamation, reconstruction and effects on political ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 32. The Problem with Presidential Primaries The Problem with Presidential Primaries Ever since the election season of 1972, presidential primaries have become "the dominant means of selecting the two major party candidates."i[i] The primary system is one in which the eligible voters of each state do one of the following: 1) Vote for a presidentialcandidate to run for their party in the general election. 2) Vote for a delegate pledged to vote for a certain candidate at the party's national convention. As intended, this process would bring the candidate selection processes out into the open and "let the people vote for the candidate of their choice."ii[ii] On the surface, this may look very democratic (and admittedly, in some instances it was/is), but upon closer ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Standing in his way was the fact that only one of the early primary states had a true open primary–Michigan. Both New Hampshire and South Carolina were considered "modified open primaries"iii[iii] that tended to discourage Independent voting. In addition, Delaware and Arizona were closed primaries that would not allow Independents or Democrats to vote. However, despite the closed primary, McCain's home state of Arizona was essentially a lock. Due to heavy campaigning, McCain was able to win New Hampshire by a "48% to 30%"iv[iv] margin. George W. Bush emphatically won the closed Delaware primary by a "51% to 25%"v[v] margin. Bush then went on to win in South Carolina's modified open primary by a "53% to 42%"vi[vi] margin, thus robbing McCain's hopes of gaining momentum. Despite this, McCain did get back on the winning track with wins in Michigan's open primary and in Arizona's closed primary. Victories aside, McCain was still going against the mainstream Republicans who were backing Bush. The structure of the primaries early in the season allowed McCain to make a name for himself, but the fact that closed primaries worked and would continue to work against him made winning the nomination extremely difficult. Proportional Representation vs. Winner–Take–All Proportional representation is a system used by the Democrats that allows delegates to be
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  • 34. Never Surrender By William Butler Yeats And The Cremation... Never Surrender To those feeling discouraged today about a goal, do not give up. Continue marching and success may come. After all, others have come before in the pursuit of goals. Out of those who kept pursuing their dreams, a fraction succeeded. However, the rate of success among quitters is zero percent. In their pursuit of goals, people will travel far and surrender their precious time. In the poems, "The Song of Wandering Aengus," by William Butler Yeats, and "The Cremation of Sam McGee," by Robert W. Service, Yeats and Cap both journey to fulfill their goals and promises. Yeats searches aimlessly for his one true love, while Cap trudges through the snow with the corpse of his friend, who he promised he would cremate. Despite having ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Since nothing binds him to his search, he could simply give up and live the rest of his days single. However, Yeats writes in the last stanza, "Though I am old with wandering, through hollow lands and hilly lands, I will find out where she has gone, and kiss her lips and take her hands; and walk among long dappled grass, and pluck till time and times are done, the silver apples of the moon, the golden apples of the sun." Despite all of the years he has spent to no avail, Yeats continues to search, still so confident he will find her that he has made plans for that day. He refuses to give up pursuit of love and live the rest of his days in heartache. Due to his dedication and passion for love, he will likely never stop searching, even though he can. While he may not have succeeded in the text, he might find them one day. They realize this and continue to wander, as they value love and wish for it with all their heart. Despite having the option to quit the hunt for love, the speaker continues to comb the land for a partner in "The Song of Wandering Aengus," by William Butler Yeats. Cap In "The Cremation of Sam McGee," by Robert W. Service, Cap hauls the corpse of his deceased friend, who he promised to cremate. The ballad opens with the two men on a trip through the mounds of snow during the Klondike Gold Rush. Sam McGee is a strange fellow, who fears the biting cold more than death itself. Unfortunately, his phobia begins to become a reality. The freezing ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 35. Themes in the Cremation of Sam Mcgee The Cremation of Sam McGee by Robert Service is an incredible example of a narrative ballad. It tells it's story through internal and external rhyming couplets Now Sam McGee was from Tennessee, where the cotton blooms and blows.
 Why he left his home in the South to roam 'round the Pole, God only knows. (Service) with a cadence which holds true through out the whole poem (Team, Shmoop Editorial). Service's application of literary devices like alliteration enhances the flow of the poem; "roam 'round, cursГЁd cold, foul or fair, half hid, and brawn and brains" (Service). The cold of the Arctic is a major theme and Service uses an assortment of other literary devices to convey his message (Team, Shmoop Editorial). He sets the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... One could see a person singing to a corpse but to have the corpse grin back is weird. Now to stuff a corpse into a furnace of glowing coals and then to have the corpse came back to life and enjoy the fiery abode is not something anyone would actually do or witness and thus it takes the reader to a world of peculiar. A final theme to be introduced is that of friendship (Team, Shmoop Editorial). An interesting alliance is between the humans and the dogs. The ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 36. Marbury V. Madison Case Marbury v. Madison Marbury v. Madison was the case that was considered a landmark concerning judicial review in regards to the jurisdiction of the Supreme Court. What had taken place was that the President at the time had appointed a group of men to the positions for justices of the peace and for the District of Columbia, circuit judges, which included in the group, William Marbury. Later they were subsequently approved by the senate. After approval, President Adams signed the commissions and then were given the official seal of the Secretary of State John Marshall, who had eventually became the Chief Justice presiding over the Supreme Court. http://www.lawnix.com/ There was plenty of conflict during that time involving the recently made Democratic/Republican parties of Thomas Jefferson and the Federalist party headed by John Adams. These commissions were to be delivered, but were not. After which the newly elected President, Thomas Jefferson had come into office in 1801 and had ordered them to not be delivered because he said they were not valid due to not being delivered in time before Adams Presidency ended. The conflict that this started was when one of the approved men, William Marbury, decided to 'petition the Supreme Court for a Writ of Mandamus, or legal order '. http://www.pbs.org/ This was in order to have new President Jefferson 's Secretary of StateJames Madison deliver the commission. Marbury was wondering why he was not going to be able ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 37. George Bush Influence Most Americans believe George W. Bush was an amazing President. He may have been the perfect man for what was resting ahead of him in both of his terms. But, before his presidency, he had a considerable amount of political experience as governor of Texas. This advantage gave him the knowledge he needed to fight the Al–Qaeda and handle other circumstances. Without his previous understanding of politics, he may have failed to protect America and its people. Bush, before his presidency, had many events and involvements throughout his lifetime. In 1975, Bush graduated from Harvard Business School. After he graduated, he wanted to work in the oil business. So, he went back to his home of Midland, Texas (Rumsch, BreAnn page 4). After the... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Saddam Hussein fled from the U.S. troops, but he was then later captured (Burgan Michael, page 39). Bush fought Europe's ban on importing artificial crops from the U.S. (urondisplay.com page 1). The next major event was the Iraq War, which George led (Rumsch, BreAnn page 5). The U.S. was concerned about Iraq's neighbor, Iran. Iran wanted to build nuclear power plants for energy, but those plants could produce nuclear bombs (Burgan, Michael page 31). Bush was one of the strongest, if not the strongest, friend Israel has ever had in the U.S presidency (www.urondisplay.com page 3). Illegal Immigration was a major issue because people from other countries needed jobs (Burgan, Michael page 35). Most of the foreign issues he had were solved using the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 38. Argumentative Essay On The Electoral College In November of 2000, former president George W. Bush received 500,000 less votes than his opponent Al Gore, but was still elected president of the United States. This caused outrage, and confusion in many parts of the country, and brought to the forefront the question and validity of the Electoral College. Even though every four years the very important process of electing a new president takes place, the concept of the Electoral College is often misunderstood and an enigma to many. While the form of Government in theUnited States is frequently referred to by many people as a Democracy, and mistaken for a direct or pure Democracy, it is actually a Democratic Republic. The separation of powers was of the utmost importance to the framers of the Constitution, and is why the United States is a Democratic Republic, and the reason a system of electing a president by way of the Electoral College was created. The Electoral College does not use the popular vote to directly decide who the next leader will be. It uses a system of electors who represent each individual state and the votes casts by the citizens of that state. In recent years, and particularly since 2000 there has been controversy about whether or not the Electoral College is still a valid way to elect a President. The major dispute regarding this process of election is that the winning candidate may not always be the one with the majority of the popular vote. However, after the 57 elections held in the past 223 years, the Electoral ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... a republic) that the persons administering it be appointed, either directly or indirectly by the people... The House of Representatives ... is elected immediately by the great body of the people. The Senate . . . derives its appointment indirectly from the people. The President is indirectly derived from the choice of the people. Even the judges . . .will ... be the choice, though a remote choice, of the people themselves" (Main ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 39. Pros And Cons Of Capital Punishment Death Penalty The argument on whether or not capital punishment should be used has long been an argument in the United States. I fully support the Capital punishment for many reasons. Capital punishment offers retribution for victims families, it acts as a deterrent to crimes, and gives criminals who commit horrible crimes a life sentence, which is a large burden on the state and taxpayers. The opposition claims do not hold up. The idea that Capital punishment is unconstitutional and is racially bias, is simply incorrect and not backed up by any facts. The death penalty acts as a retribution for the crimes that one may commit. Dr Louis Pojman states that "Retribution is the rationally supported theory that the criminal deserves a punishment fitting the gravity of his crime." The basis of the death penalty is simple, an eye for an eye. If you murder an innocent citizen, you do not deserve to walk this earth free of harsh punishment. If retribution was not carried out by the state, through the death penalty, the private citizens would most likely take it into their own hands to deal with the crime as they see fit. These actions could result in an anarchistic, insecure state of injustice. We also must note that retribution, unlike vengeance, is not an act of hate; it is an act of equality through the eyes of the law. Capital punishment not only offers retribution, it acts as a large deterrence to harsh crimes. In addition to the death penalty offering retribution, I can also note that it deters crime. Michael Summers, Professor of Management Science at Pepperdine University, conducted a study and his findings were very impressive. After his team conducted a research study on how effective the death penalty is on deterring crime, Dr. Summers team concluded "Our recent research shows that each execution carried out is correlated with about 74 fewer murders the following year." In correlation with Dr. Summers study, The Deterrent Effect of Capital Punishment: Evidence from a 'Judicial Experiment,' Hashem Dezhbakhsh and Joanna Shepherd, suggests that each execution prevents some of eighteen murders, on average. Former President of the United States, George W. Bush, once stated in a debate against Tennessee ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 40. Case Study : Gore And Associates W.L. Gore and Associates is a privately owned company which has continually turned a profit over its 50 plus year history. This Company's management was designed on a lattice based structure, with no management layers or organizational charts. W.L. gore has leaders not bosses and for new hires it has sponsors. They believe in commitments instead of assignments and create and environment in which employees are free to experiment and is energizing and demanding. Even through this companies growth they have maintains a sense of unity and collegiality. W.L Gore is clearly a company which will continue on into the future because they have unlocked the fundamentals to management innovation. Briefly describe the organization. W. L. Gore & Associates is aprivately held company with yearly sales of more than $3 billion that has made a name for its self by creating innovative and technology–driven solutions, from medical devices that treat aneurysms to high–performance Gore‑Tex fabrics. "W. L Gore is committed to perpetuating its 50–plus year tradition of product innovation" and "focuses its efforts in the four main areas of: electronics, fabrics, industrial and medical products" (W. L. Gore & Associates, Inc, nd.). "Today, Gore employs more than 10,000 employees, called associates, with manufacturing facilities in the United States, Germany, the United Kingdom, Japan and China, and sales offices around the world" (W. L. Gore & Associates, Inc, nd.). W.L. gore is a company ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 41. Supreme Court Packing Scandal NPR's legal affairs correspondent, Nina Totenberg, described a "horrible political storm" brewing over the Supreme Court of the United States ("CNN," 2016, p. 1). While reporting for CNN, Totenberg used these words to draw attention to the untimely death of Justice Antonin Scalia in an era of modern politics in which the court has become more polarized than ever. The Supreme Court, the highest court of the land, is not only being severely impacted by partisan ties, but is now also deciding cases according to these biased beliefs. The Democratic and Republican parties, after corrupting and encroaching upon the federal judiciary, have made court nominations and rulings into a game of party politics, inevitably destroying the impartiality of the... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... They allude to the unanimous 9–0 decisions the Supreme Court has made as a strong indication that the court remains neutral. Chief Justice Roberts also recently stated at a Boston law school: "We don't work as Democrats or Republicans" (Savage, 2016, p. 1). Moreover, Justice Scalia, when defending his conservative vote in a 5–4 ruling, claimed: "'I prefer not to take part in the assembling of an apparent but specious unanimity'" (Kuhn, 2014, p. 3). However, decisions become unanimous only when the ideological stakes are not large enough. As for extremely controversial topics, nearly every single recent 5–4 decision has been divided perfectly along ideological lines. The conservative majority, praised by Republicans, has unbelievably struck down major parts of the Voting Rights Act of 1965, upheld an individual's right to own guns, and has allowed unlimited corporate spending in campaigns (Kuhn, 2014). These types of decisions have caused the divided Supreme Court that we have today. Looking at a more psychological and scientific perspective on this overall issue, an investigation by Anna Harvey and Michael J. Woodruff of the New York University found that the direction of decision and vote of the Supreme Court is frequently contaminated by confirmation bias; justices seeking out facts and reasoning that ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 42. The Pros And Cons Of The Electoral College Research suggests that the Electoral College system should be amended because it poorly illustrates democracy, is outdated and Electoral College Reform The voting process in America appears straightforward, but it is a very complex, complicated system. The Electoral College is America's current voting system. The Electoral College still serves its intended purpose, but with increasing political activity among Americans it has caused a need to reform this process. Research suggests that the Electoral College system should be amended because it poorly illustrates democracy, is outdated and the majority of Americans are in favor of abolishing the system. Before one can pick apart the electoral college, one must understand the system.... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... America has been acknowledged as being one of the world's leading democracies, but to continue implementing the use of the Electoral College creates some distortion to that title. The out of date system does not accurately portray democracy. Theoretically, a democracy is government system that is ruled by the people. In reality, an individual's vote may not matter depending on the state they reside in. Robert Dahl, a Democratic Theorist stated, "every member must have an equal and effective opportunity to vote, and all votes must be counted as equal." Political equality is important to the distribution of power. Even if a person is wealthy and of power their vote should be counted the same as someone in poverty. America pushes for equality but our votes aren't counted equally.It has been 140 years since this system was introduced. The way of life has dramatically changed since 1877. Between both beliefs and technology The Electoral College entirely eliminates third party candidates in the Presidential election. In the event of a tie, Majority vote losing Sports team analogy Maine and Nebraska Candidates campaigning to all of america instead of the populous states. – Candidates should campaign in every state and if the electoral college was reformed candidates would have to campaign in every state because every vote would matter. This is an outdated system that does not reflect democracy, and it violates the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...