The following three reasons will explain why Sergio Marchionne deserves this award: His academic achievements gave him the perfect background for management. The financial benefit he brings to any organization is indisputable. His unique management style creates a successful work environment. This paper is written to President-elect Donald J. Trump’s award committee to address the reasons why Marchionne is the best CEO and why he deserves the CEO of the year award. Only education and professional experience from 2004 to the present are used.
Tessa Nugent US History to 1877 Professor Gray 2/18/2018 Economic Genius After reading the Taking sides “The Hamiltonian Miracle” by John Steele Gordon. I have concluded that Alexander Hamilton is an economic genius of his time. According to John Steele Gordon, Hamilton’s knowledge of public finance helped him set a course for the American economy in a way that nobody else could. The first National Bank, he displayed his brilliance as an economist. He also outlined a plan to create the capital required to kick start a prosperous economy and introduced government tariffs, subsidies, and awards to encourage American Manufacturing.
Mumford, D. M. (2012) .“Leader Ethical Decision-Making in Organizations: Strategies for Sensemaking.” Journal of Business Ethics. Apr2012, Vol. 107 Issue 1, p49-64. 16p. Trevino, L. K., Hartman, L. P., Brown, M. (2000) Moral Person and Moral Manager: How Executives Develop a Reputation for Ethical Leadership California Management Review.
In retrospect Lincolns both executive orders, Emancipation Proclamation and suspension of habeas corpus had an influence on how the future presidents interpreted their role and powers in American politics. Milkis and Nelson strongly suggest that ...” Lincoln invested the national community with a sense of purpose, even sacredness, that transformed the relationship between power and liberty. His indictment of slavery spawned a new, more positive view of liberty, in which government has affirmative obligation to ensure equality under the law...” (Milkis and Nelson, p.177). As the historian, Richard Norton Smith rightly points out, Lincoln’s famous quote on the role of government became a favorite quote for three future presidents,
For the same reason, the use of different types of strategies in high performance organizations has become the commanding aspect of gaining competitive advantage for global companies. Broadly, the utilization of various truthfully strategy implementation strategies depends on the evaluation of content based and process based approaches during the formation process of strategic action. These approaches come up with planning and learning schools. Planning truthfully strategy implementation, which is leading
As described above, the main purpose for the article written by both authors is to introduce and makes further discussion and argument on how sustainable marketing create values and importance in the consumers perception and its society. According to this article, the writer argues that there is a new era which is emerging and he is referring to this era as Marketing 3.0 (Jones, Peter, et al. 125). In this era, marketing is a value driven process where people are not viewed as target consumers based on demographic factors. Instead, they are considered as intelligent and thoughtful partners who have emotions, spiritual values and feelings.
“Survival of the Fittest” The idea of Survival of the Fittest derives from the theory of Social Darwinism. Social Darwinism according to Charles Darwin, is a theory by which the social order is accounted as the product of natural selection of those persons best suited to existing living conditions and in accord with which a position of laissez-faire is advocated. This philosophy was popularized by theorist Herbert Spencer and passed on to tycoon Andrew Carnegie, throughout the Gilded Age. Both men believed, society evolved and improved through a process of competition. This competition results in the survival of the “worthy, strongest and smartest”, which ensures progress of the human race.
Only half a century later Daniel Kahneman’s work influenced by Herbert Simon’s theories received the Nobel Prize in economics for ‘having integrated insights from psychological research into economic science.’ Kahneman contrasted his psychological models against economic ones which he used as a benchmark. His research illustrates the bounded rationality of intuitive beliefs and choices through the investigation of the systematic biases that separate people’s beliefs and their choices from the optimal beliefs and choices presumed in rational-agent models. The aforementioned studies and research led to the more recent approaches/developments in behavioral economics. American academics Richard H. Thaler and Cass R. Sunstein took a new step in behavioural economics. They developed a concept called ‘Nudge theory’ and popularized the term ‘nudge’ in their 2008 book 'Nudge: Improving Decisions About Health, Wealth, and Happiness'.
As a matter of fact, “diversity management” is regarded as one of the functions of public relations in organizations (Sha & Ford, 2007, p. 384). “Multiple diversities must be run and appreciated within organizations as part of a strategic human resources effort to attract the most excellent talent from diverse backgrounds” (Sha and Ford, 2007, p. 393). Diversity over and over again has been addressed in relation to organizations’ relationships with internal and external publics. For example, the function of public relations practitioners in advancing diversity issues in organizations was discussed (Fry, 1992). The public relations practitioner should endorse foster understanding among worker groups, communicate with a culturally diverse workforce, help to create strategies to develop greater diversity, and advise management.
Part II : Personal reflection After the research on the topic Social Competence, I have enriched the knowledge on this topic and the related theories and concepts. As part I mentioned, social competence has a lot of definitions, but I do believe the definition “The ability to achieve personal goals in social interaction while simultaneously maintaining positive relationships with others over time and across settings.” (Rubin & Rose-Krasnor, 1992) and the social competence prism (Rose-Krasnor, 1997) can express social competence most suitable. They suggested that a person who achieve high level of social competence should be able
In my opinion I display characteristics of the Enterprising, Conventional, and Social Occupational Themes. I am lead to this opinion by agreement with the descriptions of both Enterprising and Conventional themes. The Strong Interest Inventory Assessment I completed stated Enterprising theme potential skills as “verbal ability, ability to motivate and direct others.” I have been able to motivate and direct others through management, volunteer work, coaching, and many other activities in my life. I enjoy being able to envision, direct, and see an idea or project come together. The report described Conventional theme potential skills as “ability to work with numbers, data analysis, finances, attention to detail.” I am skilled with the ability to analyze large amounts of data to use in a number of different ways depending on what question is being asked.