All papers submitted by Caitlyn Q.

Compare and Contrast Job Analysis and Competency Models

The daily deadlines experienced in business organizations ensure their managers pay attention to pressing issues. This may include issues which provide relatively immediate financial gains. As a consequence, human resource managers usually find it hard to allocate the required time needed to formulate new job descriptions or competency models specific to a vacancy. Instead, they […]

Energy and Society Carbon Footprint

Introduction Energy is indispensable in modern society because people use it when performing various activities that are critical for human survival. Although energy is indispensable in human existence, different forms of energy have different impacts on the environment due to their pollution. Since fossil fuel is the most common form of energy that people use […]

The Essential Gandhi

The book, The Essential Gandhi, covers essential things about Mahatma Gandhi that one should know. It contains quotes from the writings of Gandhi that talks about his life, work and his convictions. The author presents Gandhi’s stand on issues like spirituality, suffering, poverty, politics, non-violence, and civic disobedience among others. Gandhi’s biographer, Luis Fischer, did […]

Involving and Engaging Employees: Coca-Cola Great Britain

Executive Summary Employees play a major role in the success of a company. They are charged with the responsibility of implementing organisational policies. They also represent the firm’s values and interests. Many businesses, however, fail to acknowledge the role of these stakeholders in their success. As a result, they fail to exploit their full potential. […]

Working Conditions at Wal-Mart Stores

Wal-Mart Stores is a leading American multinational company. The corporation operates numerous chain stores and warehouses in different parts of the world. The company competes with different retailers across the globe such as Nordstrom. Wal-Mart “markets different products such as electronics, house appliances, food materials, jewelries, clothes, shoes, beauty products, and mobile devices” (Gandel, 2013, […]

Utilitarianism in Government

Introduction In the modern world, technology defines the successfulness of any organization, irrespective of the size and the scope of work. Currently, human beings live in the highly connected society whereby information circulation is costless due to the internet, which has made communication easy. In other words, technology has led to developments in politics, economics, […]

Cultural Belief System

Every culture is constituted of many factors such as belief systems. The belief systems are made of the values and individual attitudes expressed within a community based on experiences and traditions. In most communities, the belief systems form the basis for validity of governance systems in the community as well as the acceptable laws governing […]

Tourism Planning and Tourist Agencies

Globalisation and elimination of geographical borders foster the rapid expansion of national and international tourism. For dozens of countries from all over the world tourism has already become an essential source of profits and benefits. Millions of people attend tourist destinations in search of unique impressions and experiences. This is why small and large players […]

Health Review and Report on Australian Aboriginal people

Aborigines are native inhabitants in Australia who amount to about 2% of the total population (Anderson et al., 2006). From a careful review of literature, there exists overwhelming evidence that the aborigines have been suffering from prolonged health crisis. Unlike other countries in the world where the standards of health for the entire population are […]

What is “two-step flow”? What implications does it have for our understanding of mass communication?

Introduction The two-step flow theory of communication revolves around a study that was conducted on the social influence of the media. It should be known that it was introduced in 1994 by Paul Lazarsfeld (Berger 1995, p. 14). In this case, it tries to explain that the effects of the mass media are indirectly portrayed […]

Dissertation proposal: Analysis of why there are Few Women in Telecommunication Industry in Europe and Middle East

Aims of the Dissertation This dissertation will aim at analyzing how women are impacted negatively as a result of employment discrimination in the telecommunication industry in Europe and Middle East. Discrimination in this sense means that there isn’t gender equality when it comes to employments of persons as men are favored more than women in […]

British Airways Management Environment

Management Environment: British Airways Introduction This report involves analysis of the organisational structure of British Airways and its PEST analysis. Management and its organisation in a public limited company are vital for any company to be successful. There are different types of organisational structures, which are acceptable, in public limited companies. One such structure is […]

International student’s difficulties in Canada

Canada (Ontario) is known for admitting high number of international students due to pursue post secondary education. These students often face various problems which include: mastering languages especially English. This is in its spoken and written form. Adjusting to dissimilar classrooms that pursue diverse strategies of learning, asking for assistance, expressing ideologies and opinions illuminate […]

Toyota Motor Corporation (TMC) and its ability to create change

TMC’s ability to create change is evident in the established principles that guide management as well as, production. Their key principles are based on respect for others and the need to improve incessantly. It is noteworthy that TMC has improved significantly over the years through the establishment of a long-term goals and continuous innovation. This […]

The Efficacy, Nature and Debates of the Modern International Law

The efficacy, nature and debates surrounding the modern international law have been incisively explored in this chapter. The reason why institutions are usually constructed by the international societies have been addressed and argued out in this chapter. It is also evident that different historical contexts are responsible for the emergence of these institutions (Baylis, Smith […]

Miscommunication and Power Distance in Business world

Introduction Miscommunication and power distance causes business failure if left unchecked. High power distance leads to business complications as superiors are disconnected from the real goings on in an institution. Employees will refrain from telling their bosses about certain insights thus leading to undesirable outcomes. Additionally, employees will become demoralized and production will diminish. Therefore, […]

Google and Yahoo – Detailed Business Comparison

During the drastic change in the United States economy, Google began to nose ahead of its prime competitor Yahoo. In 2007, Yahoo changed it processes, from its strategy to its mission statement. Historically Yahoo was the grandfather of search engines until 1998, when Google stepped in with simplistic focus and changed the path for technology. […]

Australian Museum Preview

Introduction Museums may serve to preserve the most important events from history. Its main function is to present society with cultural, social, economical, and political controversies of the past. By exhibiting artifacts as historic evidence, various museums attempt to educate people and make them understand the actual value of the presented evidence. Two museums under […]

Developing Economy in Russian Federation after World War II

Introduction Following World War II, many of the countries that took part in the war had to rebuild their countryside and public spirit. Unlike other countries who had already established economies, Russia had to rebuild their financial system and carry out reforms as well. Whereas majority of the countries involved in the war were already […]