Starting over in a new unknown world can be terrifying. The Jamestown colonists had hard trials, some survived these trials, some weren 't so lucky. Poor planning, Indian attacks and lack of medical care are the three main reasons the so many colonists died during the early years of their settlement in the new world. The colonists were not prepared for their new beginning. They had very little food and no ways to get food so most starved.
“We starved because we did not plan well, work hard, or have good government.” (Doc D) In other words, Smith asserts they failed to prepare and adjust because of their reliance on Native Americans for the first two years. Once Smith left the Natives stopped helping them. It got so bad that
For example, failure to properly use the information system, or to ignore alerts or warnings have also resulted in preventable errors (Nelson, Evan, & Gardener, 2005). At the time of the event, a bar coding system for all medication had been in effect for a duration of two weeks, however, Thao had been gone one of those crucial weeks. Because of her absence, she did not receive the adequate training, instead, she received a sped
“A gentlemen was a person of wealth who was not used to working with his hands.” This shows that there were less settlers cooperating to help the colony strive. In Document E, the list of May 1607 didn’t include apothecaries, which means they didn’t have medicine nor people to heal the settlers when they got sick during the changes in weather. Not having useful people meant that the settlement wouldn’t survive and they would all
The Articles of Confederation established a poor government. Many problems caused the government to be weak. One major problem with the Articles of Confederation was that the government had no power to collect taxes. This effect the government, because the government couldn't get money to pay the debts the US had or even for the army. This document had just formed a weak, poor government that had no power.
Lampert was controlling half of the shares of company through his ESL fund investment. The company flounder under the leadership of Lampert and few analyst often ranked him as the world’s worst CEO (McIntyre & Calio, 2015). He proved to be an ineffective leader for Sears. The company suffered a huge loss, decreased revenue and declined sales at its stores under the leadership of Lampert (Hartung, 2015). Sears failed under the leadership of Lampert because of many reasons.
Sugarbun was established in 1979, from a humble ice cream parlour into an innovative food and beverage franchise restaurant brand. A fast food restaurant was added with SB Chick-en as its hero product in 1981. With monumental presence in Sarawak, even in rural towns such as Mukah, Kapit and Saratok, Sugarbun has moved into international markets success-fully such as Brunei Darussalam, Bangladesh, Australia and Indonesia. SugarBun has evolved into a diversified and franchising group with more than 50 restaurants spread across Malaysia. Sugar Bun’s exacting standards has earned it the coveted MS ISO 9002 award for 'Quality Excellence in Preparation and Sale of Food ' by the Standard & Indus-trial Research Institution of Malaysia (SIRIM).
Amul's longest running advertisement campaign has also found a place in the Guinness Book of World Records. • High Market Coverage Amul is not only spread in India but also exists in foreign markets like USA, UK, China, Singapore, Bangladesh and other Asian countries. Amul enjoys 85 percent share in butter market. • Builds upon customer values and traditions Amul has understood that Indian values and traditions should be the top priority in marketing the product and hence it mainly focusses on adding culture to the product. • Largest chain of distributers and retailers in India Amul is known to be the largest FMCG in India.
Also, population decline was a big factor to the fall of Rome; it had decreased from 1,000,000 people to 250,000. The cause of the decrease was the lack of reproduction, plagues, warfare and lead poising, this made it difficult to recruit troops and economic life got worse.
Being in the middle of recreating a new a strategic position for the polaroid brand, the company was suffering losses left and right. From the death of Land in 1991, to new competitors entering the market, Polaroid cut cost where they could and did their best to “just” stay afloat until filing for bankruptcy in October of 2001. After fighting to keep the brand alive, in 2008 the company announced it would stop producing instant film, ending the brand (Staff, B). Revitalization of