For this analysis, I choose to do a professional research paper on my Alma Mater, North Carolina Wesleyan College. After spending four years my life living and working on this beautiful campus, I now would like to use this paper as a reflection of my experiences. I am very familiar with this college and its organizational culture. I will answer my research question from the prior student prospective and as a current alumna. Not only was I just a student, I was very involved in my experience. I will use this paper as an opportunity to gain more knowledge about the policy aspects of Campus Activities and social events (parties) hosted by a number of student organizations on campus.
The problem that North Carolina Wesleyan College currently faces on campus is the lack of recorded records of criminal activities during social events. This is a campus safety issue; the college can implement new policies in the Student Handbook that make organizational changes. Policy changes can improve campus safety during social events, although the numbers of crimes reported on campus during social events are not a significant number. A Social Events Crimes Report was prepared solely by Ms. Cuthberson for the purpose of this research paper, based off public knowledge. The Social Events Crimes Report findings are located in the Case a Study section. The small numbers of crimes that were reported can be viewed as positive, in comparison of the number of social events (at least once a month) that are held on campus yearly. Every crime reported draws a red flag and add room for improvement within the college.
Many will ask is it possible to eliminate crimes at social events at North Carolina Wesleyan College. ...
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...nts skills." (Tilly & Tilly 1998) According to Vandenberghe (1999) article, O’Reilly, Chatman, & Caldwell (1991) defines organization fit a little different. "The definition of person fits as a critical and largely unanswered questions." Most studies of personal fits in organizations use measurements of personality to compare it to individual characteristics and job characterize situations. Let's analyze the culture of individuals that is choosing in the hiring in the process. Lee & Antonakis (2012) used great sources to explain the culture and the individual concept. "Culture affect how individuals think and adopt (Mead, 1978) and influences one's concepts (Markus & Kitayana, 1991: Mastumoto, 2007) how one values choices (Iyenqar & Lepper, 1999) and how one exercises control over the environment and self (Morling & Everered, 2006)" This how individuals are hired.
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