Project sustainability is influenced by several factors, but those that directly infuenced failure of the discussed project included: • Lack of community involvement in designing, planning, implementation and monitoring and evaluation -: The community was superficially involved i.e they participated in voluntary physical activities in a project that was introduced to them without need identification. The project planners went ahead to assign their own staff to conduct the monitoring and evaluation exercise. • Community acceptance and project ownership-: This couldnt be achieved because of the superficial involvement that lead to lack of understanding of the objectives set by the planners and hence compromising sustainability of the project. Other stakeholders e.g local leaders and politicians were passive in the project. It is clear that only the employed local staff and planners were involved actively.
Clinicians in practice recognise the constraints of informed consent but feel unable to change them due to the limitations of the workplace(12). Doctors interviewed in a study felt they had insufficient training in consent procedures, thus lacking the confidence to effectively carry it out(6, 27). The same study also reported that clinicians do not have sufficient time to practice thorough, informed consent, due to long job lists and short staffing(27). The issues raised by this study determine that consent can become a tick box exercise and a chore to be carried out(26, 27). Consequently, consent can become routine for clinicians with little regard for patients concerns(12).
His team worked in a controlled environment and shielded him from negative news and developments, therefore not allowing him to be an effective leader. Overall, having an autocratic leadership style, in combination of being detached from the overall operations and having a corporate culture of performance at any cost created the framework for this disaster to
This is because whenever followers have the option for changes or not, they won’t change. Sometime follower resistance the change not because of they do not want to obey but because they often do not why the change is needed or followers have lack of understanding why the changes are essential to stay success. This makes it difficult them to personally commit to the organizational change. Leaders must make sure all followers feel empowered to help push through the change by giving them an objective measurement or tactic that are accountable for. Therefore followers will feel responsible for making sure that change been done completely and
As described by Catherine Durnell Cramton, we clearly had difficulties due to dispersed collaboration. We failed to establish mutual knowledge because all members had different levels of interests in this exercise. Nef is the team member who did analysis and knew all about details about the little field simulation, but this knowledge could not have immersed to other members because it was difficult for all members to invest time in order to fully understand logics. Especially, some members in our teams had difficulty to manage their busy schedule including school works and professional working hours. The other reason we failed to establish mutual knowledge was attributed to the means of communication.
I think the parson in the second story is too egoist and just care about himself. He persuades everyone not to believe the apothecary and tries to strike down the apothecary. This story teaches me to respect each other because as a human being, I will need someone’s help in my life. Life can change, when I don’t need someone’s help for today, it does not mean I do not need it for the rest of my life. So when I think someone is unimportant for me today, in the future, maybe they will determine my fate.
According to Bowe, the sole purpose of this decision was to bring attention to the errors happening within his base. Good intentions or not, walking away and ‘losing track of location’ is not a valid excuse to bring uproar, especially when there are other means of handling base injustices. As a solider with months of training, I find hard to believe that one would forget to check the compass knowing that the enemy could be
I understand my tardiness lets down my entire platoon and shows a lack of responsibility to my leaders. Knowing this, I realize punctuality and time management is a must in the military. Time management is important in the United States Army because things are planned accordingly, assets such as people and equipment are very valuable and the accomplishment of the mission can hinder on those assets being at a certain place at a certain time. Time is money. Dependability is a valuable quality in the civilian workplace, whether it comes from your employees or vendors.
Instead they sat around because in their minds, they believed that because of their economic status they would not be able to make a difference. They made the choice to keep their mouths completely glued shut, and as everyone knows, closed mouths don't get fed. Miss Boutron also made a crystal clear point about, “The youth face many issues in the world, but these issues go unheard. Since the youth would better understand other young people, the best way to improve this newer
They are not passionate about their jobs, they do not like their staff and they are not interested in their growth as individuals or within the company. It has really made me consider the importance of hiring the correct people for such positions as poor management really destroys the whole vision and mission of the organization you work for. Although my management may not be interested in what I have to offer the company as a leader my skills do show through the 30+ groomers I have trained for the corporation as a whole. As a teacher, leader and the one solely responsible for the students sent to me I have a lot of responsibility. I strive to better the reputation of our groomers by giving them the best knowledge that I can in the little amount of time that I am given.