Denial in “Everyday Use” and “Jilting of Granny Weatherall”

Denial is an aspect of not complying with or failure to satisfy a request, which is portrayed well by the characters of Everyday Use and Jilting of Granny Weatherall. The former is about heritage where a black family fails to accept their twin state as African-Americans and end up choosing either African or American heritage. […]

TAL Apparel Limited: Stepping Up the Value Chain

What are the benefits to retailers of adopting TAL’s VMI system? The TAL VMI system is beneficial to retailers because they can make replenishment inventory decisions on behalf of consumers. The VMI system also allows retailer to initiate purchase order transactions. Under normal circumstances, the buyer would have to initiate such a transaction. Through the […]

Benefits Offered by the Introduction of the Textile Alliance Limited Vendor Managed Inventory

TAL Apparel Limited: Stepping Up Value Chain The case study will look at benefits offered by the introduction and use of the Textile Alliance Limited (TAL) Vendor Managed Inventory (VMI) by retailers. Also, the viability of VMI system as a strategic resource for TAL will be analyzed. Also, the obstacles that might stand in VMI’s […]

“The Scarlet Letter” and “The Young Goodman” by Hawthorne

Introduction Nathaniel Hawthorne wrote two stories by the title, “The Scarlet Letter” and “Young Goodman” in which he displays his authorial voice by mirroring the societies from their dark ends as shown by the puritan cultures. In “The Scarter Letter,” Hawthorne employs psychological fiction to display the innate evilness of human beings (Johnson 75). On […]

Public Policy Analyzing

Introduction Sometimes, understanding public policy and its effect on the people becomes challenging. Often, many people seem to complain about the impacts of the policy document without actually understanding its provisions. This makes it difficult for them to have an overview of the implications of the policy. Therefore, this research paper focuses on the importance […]

The Burger Boy

The case study is about a fast food restaurant experiencing several problems that have affected its productivity. Workers have different responsibilities. However, due to the absence of two employees, some of them are forced to work more. The problems are indicative of the poor working conditions at fast food restaurants. Employees are poorly compensated even […]

History of Western Civilizations through the works of Einhard in his famous book titled “The Life of Charlemagne”

Introduction This essay will explore the history of Western civilizations through the works of Einhard in his famous book titled “The Life of Charlemagne”. Einhard was conceived to a family of considerably inferior status in society. His parents took him to the monks of Fulda. This was one of the most prestigious learning institutions within […]

Gender Role in Sweden Society in Education and Workplace Before and After Globalization

Sweden, one of the countries that enjoy the highest levels of gender parity, has created an optimal environment for both men and women to share influence and power equally, thus leading to a fair, democratic, and just society. Actually, the country has undergone transition from a patriarchal society to the one that accepts both women […]

Global Economic Crisis

The global crisis team members include; Christine LaGarde, Warren Buffet, & Colin Powell. These are people from various parts of the world who play major roles in the world economy. For example, Colin Powell is an American politician who has experience in military leadership. Having led the American army for many years, he has the […]

Ten managerial concepts by Jack Welch

Jack Welch names ten managerial concepts that every manager has to understand and employ. These concepts are: integrity, change, customer focus, size and structure, constant fight, self-confidence, training, searching for best global talents, informality and global learning (Jack Welch final GE mgt meeting, 2010). Jack Welch notes that the concept of integrity is closely connected […]

Investigation of the Reliability and Validity of the Perception of Teaching Profession Problems Scale

Summary The title of the current article is, “Investigation of the reliability and validity of the perception of teaching profession problems scale with a structural education model: a research on teacher” and it has been authored by Erol Kraca. Purpose of the study The purpose of the current study was to develop a reliable and […]

‘Plan Australia’ Strategic Expansion Plan Proposal Report for Human Resource

Introduction This strategic plan proposal for Human Resource Management is meant to establish priorities, plans and activities for the management of human resource that supports Plan Australia’s efforts of protecting and supporting children and strengthening its management practices (Plan Australia, 2010, Home page). The proposal focuses on the four organizational priorities which include: strengthening of […]

Prostitution Legalization

Prostitution has been illegal in many countries in the world. Despite this fact, prostitution has continued to be practiced in every capital, and other cities in every country. This being the fact the governments need to see that they are fighting a losing battle and continuous prohibition of prostitution is like chasing wind. There are […]

The Need for a New Product, Service, and Process Meeting the Needs and Preferences of Customers

Using a three-folded framework of introducing innovation into an organization can contribute greatly to increasing customers’ satisfaction and rise of new way of production. Based on the theory of innovation proposed by Suh (2010), it will be possible to trace the changes that should be implemented into the identified companies to spur their business growth […]

Qatar Airways Ltd. Plans to Invest in California’s Byogy Renewables Inc.

Introduction Stringent competition in numerous industries forces most organizations to create new business plans in order to enhance their competitiveness. This helps them to stay afloat in the market while attaining considerable market presence. Evidently, this is an important phenomenon as shown by the Qatar Airways Ltd.’s intent to invest in Byogy Renewables Inc. The […]

Supervision in Public Schools

Public schools can be categorized into primary, secondary schools as well as post secondary institutions authorized for or open by the government to all children. Supervision is a vital activity that public schools management ought to practice in order to ensure smooth running in the school (Christian 1987). In the public schools, supervision is a […]

Impact of Political Violence on Forces of Supply in a Market

There are many factors that affect supply of goods and services in any given market. These include: weather, season, disasters, government subsidies and taxes and political climate. Currently there are many cases of violence that are witnessed in different parts of the world. Pakistan has seen the longest wave of violence during the current times. […]

ISO standards implementation on TQM strategies at Sheik Khalifa Hospital

Research background Total quality management is critical in monitoring the efficiency and proactive organisational culture in line with the objective, goals, and mission of such an organisation. Quality improvement facilitates sustainable and optimal use of resources in service delivery. Sheik Khalifa Hospital has been in operation for more than three decades. The hospital is government-owned […]

Global Strategies for The “Middle East Respiratory Syndrome Corona-Virus”

Primary, Secondary, and Tertiary Prevention Strategies The “Middle East Respiratory Syndrome Corona-Virus (MERS-CoV) is a single-stranded RNA novel species of the genus Betacoronavirus” (Al-Tawfiq & Memish, 2014, p. 283). This virus causes a respiratory illness known as Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS). The disease was first reported in 2012 in the Middle East. The disease […]

Ethical Decision Making Models in Guerrilla Government

This paper gives an account of various ethical issues that are affecting decision-making models by taking the case of the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Seattle Regional Office. Ethical challenges emerge when workers face certain dilemmas when determining the proper action to pursue at an individual or organizational level. In this case, when EPA’s staff members […]

Diabetic Education Program

Introduction Cimon states that “diabetes is a disease where one has high concentration of blood sugar either because the cells are not responding to the insulin produced or because the pancreas is not producing enough insulin (p, 12). It is a metabolism disorder because from metabolism, digested food is broken down to glucose which is […]

Common Sense and Compassion in the Workplace Replaced by Litigation

Ordinarily, human resource professionals across the world spend most of their time trying to understand how best to handle employee relationships in order to protect both the employer and the employees (EEOC, n.d.). Considering that there have been numerous incidences at the work place requiring the intervention of a legal process, I am strongly convinced […]

Should Media be Censored by Government for Protecting the Society in Australia

The Australian Communications and Media Authority (2012) has the right to control Australian mass media. Speaking about mass media, the Internet, mobile phone content, TV, and radio are considered. Australia, like many other countries in the world, has faced the problem of the information spread and the problem of the need of the information filtering. […]

The Curriculum and Instruction Specialization

The curriculum and instruction specialization involves a lot of areas which are investigated and discussed by teacher-researchers in order to change instructions and improve learning in the classroom. The teacher-researcher’s main task is to examine the aspects of such processes as teaching and learning and focus on the conditions for improving the situation within the […]

California in the Eyes of Steinbeck and Babb: Time to Pick the Grapes

The epoch of the Great Depression was, doubtlessly, one of the most infamous pages in the U.S. history. However, it did spawn a number of literature pieces devoted to a number of social issues, as well as numerous literature renditions of the supposed end of American society as it was. Steinbeck’s and Babb’s novels, though […]

Sustainable system and sustainability metrics

Sustainability has been a topic of heated debate for decades. People, officials, policy makers, educators all strive for sustainable future, though there are a few people who can really follow sustainable principles. Notably, there are numerous sustainability principles and approaches which have been developed by different people. Though, none of the approaches has been chosen […]

In Search for the True Meaning of This Land Is Your Land: What the Present-Day Americans Fail to Understand

As inspiring and honest as they were, the songs that Guthrie sang were a product of its era. This Land Is Your Land appealed to the American citizens that needed cooperation in order to stay calm and united in the heat of the fight. Since modern U.S. citizens are unable to re-live the experience of […]

Metacognition and Neuropsychology

In medical psychology, metacognition has become an important area of research. In particular, the relationship between metacognition and some mental disorders is an important field. For instance, Önena, Uğurlub, and Çayköylüb (2013) attempted to determine the relationship between metacognition and insight within the context of obsessive compulsive disorder. Using a sample of 100 patients with […]

Written Communication & Critical Analysis Marion Enterprise

Problem Statement Data is important to manufacturing companies like Marion Enterprise. It is necessary in critical areas of the business such as human resource, production and the organization’s inventory. Data is useless without consistent updates. The research problem is to investigate office ergonomics of the data entry center in this organization. The other issues that […]

The Role of Animality in Constructing Frederick Douglass’s Identity and the Issues of Liminality in “Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, an American Slave” by Frederick Douglass

During the era of slavery, the white slave owners living in the Southern states of the USA were inclined to discuss black slaves as the beings taking the transitional or liminal level of development between animals and humans. However, in his work Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, an American Slave, Frederick Douglass represents […]

Motivational Practices

Introduction The employees and organizations should provide greater commitment to attain performance targets and for executing organizational strategies. Top management often uses a variety of motivational tools and rewards to enroll organizational commitment for execution of strategic plan. To enable workers maintain energetic commitment, the organization should be creative in devising and adopting motivational incentives, […]

Frank Conroy’s Memoir: Life Experiments

The life events and situations which can be discussed by some persons as minor or insignificant often influence the people’s life more obviously than any other important and serious event because minor details can provoke people’s thinking of their life, personality, intentions, goals, and visions of the world. Frank Conroy’s memoir Stop-Time (1967) includes a […]

Violence on TV

It is said that television and media brought about new problems that are evident in the modern day and age. Mostly, these influences are harmful in relation to violence and people’s general behavior, which is characterized as careless, destructive and unpredictable. In reality, there is a great difference and separation between the violence that is […]

“When urgency matters on non-discretionary corporate social responsibility”

Introduction The article under discussion is titled “When urgency matters on non-discretionary corporate social responsibility”. The author of the article is Miguel Alzola and the article was published in the human systems management journal in 2008. According to Alzola, the concept of corporate social responsibility is generally used to refer to the relationship between businesses […]