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Does Leadership Make A Difference?
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7 pages in length. The writer discusses the influence of leadership based upon Jeffrey Pfeffer's article entitled "The Ambiguity of Leadership." Bibliography lists 11 sources.
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Does The Manager Who Wants Commitment, Flexibility And Creativity From Employees Need To Provide Them With Lots Of Learning Opportunities?
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This 14 page paper consider to what extent employers need to ensure there are learning opportunities for employees if they want a motivated, committed and creative workforce. The paper considers the role and importance of learning in an organizational setting with reference to theories such as McGregor and his Theory X and Theory Y, Alderfers ERG theory and the concept of the Learning Organization as advocated by Senge. The bibliography cites 19 sources.
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Dominion Motors & Controls, Ltd.
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A 5 page paper that discusses a case prepared at Harvard Business College. The problem involves oil pumping motors and a company in Northern Canada. The scenario is presented, the problem identified, alternatives with pros and cons, the opinions of certain personnel and a recommendation is made for the company. Bibliography lists 1 sources.
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Dow Chemical Company’s Focus on the Triple Bottom Line
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A 21 page paper discussing Dow Chemical’s approach to responsible behavior. The common view of behaving responsibly is that such behavior is admirable but is not cost effective. Dow Chemical officially takes the opposite view. As a matter of corporate policy, Dow Chemical conducts its business within the framework provided by the Triple Bottom Line (TBL) business model that addresses not on the financial bottom line, but also those areas of corporate social responsibility and long-term sustainability. In cost issues, Dow’s perspective that avoidance of the unnecessary costs of cleanup or damage control in the long run is more costly than is avoiding these problems completely. The paper uses Dow’s response to the phase-out of 1,1,1 trichloroethane with creating responsible new business opportunities designed to identify and create alternatives. The paper also discusses regression analysis and cost-benefit analysis theory. Bibliography lists 12 sources.
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