Tag: People

‘Using the classroom to help develop people already practicing management is a fine idea, but pretending to create managers out of people who have never managed is a sham.’ Critically debate this proposition drawing on the literature on management education and, if possible, your own experience.

Introduction Management development is a subject that has caught various debates and arguments with regard to its importance and implications. Its importance has grown over the years due to the rising business challenges due to the rapidly growing business environment. Companies seek leaders rather than plain managers who can drive profitability and growth into the …

The international level when we work as a member in international team of dissimilar group of people and have a variety of nationalities then we face a lot of problems and difficulties

Abstract In the international level when we work as a member in international team of dissimilar group of people and have a variety of nationalities then we face a lot of problems and difficulties. Because the team has different nationalities and different people are from different countries and have different culture, customs, languages, and ideas. …

Tourism is the activity of people travelling to and staying in places outside of their usual environment for not more than one than consecutive year for leisure

Introduction Definition of tourism “Tourism is the activity of people travelling to and staying in places outside of their usual environment for not more than one than consecutive year for leisure, for business and other purposes “(Youell 1998). It is about people travelling internationally to experience different cultures. Hunziker and krapf, in 1941, define tourism …

Do you believe the United Nations and individual states have a “responsibility to protect” people from oppression by their own governments? If not should they?

Introduction The advent of globalisation and the end of the Cold War resulted in a multi-polar balance of power, where state sovereignty was diminished by the forces of globalisation (Kaldor, 2007: Rosenau, 1990). The role of international organisations such as the United Nations (UN) increased, to reach areas in the past exclusively tied to the …

Negotiation has traditionally been based upon a competitive model, leaving collaborative strategies underutilised, mainly because most people do not understand the finer points of collaboration.”

Executive Summary Negotiation is a fundamental part of the day-to-day activities in the business to business environment. Yet, there are often profound weaknesses which emerge in the negotiation strategies, which results in one or other party failing to achieve the best possible result for their ongoing business. By identifying the weaknesses in the competitive model …

Older people and footwear

Introduction There is wide-ranging evidence to show that although the risk of falls is multifactoral, it can however, be greatly influenced by footwear and foot characteristics. The National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE) recognise the health risk of falls in older adults, annually a significant number of adults aged 65 or older have …

The role of footwear and foot characteristics in reducing falls in older people

Introduction The results section will look at the two main themes from this essay, namely foot characteristics and footwear and their role in falls, and will discuss the main themes in the literature within these two headings. Foot characteristics There are a number of foot characteristics associated with balance and functional ability. Ankle strength, flexibility …

A critical appraisal of the human rights and mental health legislation of children and young people, specifically those aged between 16 and 17 years, within the mental health system in the UK – compliance, breaches and remedy.

Research Question To what extent do human rights play a role in the application of the provisions of the Mental Health Care Act 1983 to children aged 16 – 17 years, should parental rights be afforded greater importance or are the provisions of legislation aligned with the objectives sought to be achieved by the import …

A critical appraisal of the human rights and mental health legislation ,of children and young people, specifically those aged between 16 and 17 years, within the mental health system in the UK – compliance, breaches and remedy.

Abstract This essay looks at whether people can be seen as a key source of sustained competitive advantage for organizations. Both positives and negatives about the idea that staff offer ongoing competitive advantage are discussed. The discussion is framed in terms of human resource management (HRM) and looks at both the immediate business context and …

What is the value of people management to project management?

Abstract People skills and their value to project management have become a substantial topic of debate as the international community develops business strategies. This essay examines the project management field with a focus of evaluating the importance of the human element. The evidence presented demonstrates that developing strategies are relying more often on an adaptive …

The Twilight Saga 4: Breaking Dawn 12. Some People Just Don’t Grasp …

12. Some People Just Don’t Grasp The Concept Of “Unwelcome” I was right on the edge of sleep. The sun had risen behind the clouds an hour ago – the forest was gray now instead of black. Seth’d curled up and passed out around one, and I’d woken him at dawn to trade off. Even …