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Lincoln’s Presidential Executive Order - Suspension of the Writ of Habeas Corpus - A presidential executive order is an instruction issued by the President of the United States in exercising the constitutional authority vested in him to pass executive orders. This authority is derived from Article II, Section 1 of the Constitution of the United States of America, which means the presidential executive order has the power to become a law. Presidents have been mostly using presidential executive orders to issue directives in regard to managing the ways in which the federal government functions....   [tags: executive branch, president Lincoln]
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History of Segregation and Stereotype,Jacqueline Vaughn Switzer - Although President Obama seeks to increase federal employment of disabled workers, critics have accused the president of discriminatory and ineffective policies. In particular, an editorial in The Washington Times claims that President Obama’s Executive Order 13548 and the Justice Department’s employment policies recruit disabled workers by excluding other qualified individuals. However, the editorial justifies this rationale with stereotypes of the disabled as inferior workers who enjoy special privileges....   [tags: obama, executive order 13548]
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The Influences on the Signing of Executive Order 9066 by President Franklin D. Roosevelt. - Previous to the surprise Japanese attack on Pearl Harbour on December 7th 1941, tensions had been forming between the USA and Japan in the pacific. The US had cut of most supplies to Japan with the fear of Japanese expansion. The conflict that had been escalating between Japan and China since 1937 had the US treating Japan with great cautiousness. They had been monitoring Japanese Americans in anticipation of a surprise attack. However the attack on Pearl Harbour still shocked and outraged the American nation and affected the American psyche....   [tags: pearl harbour, japanese, tensions] 1472 words
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George W. Bush's Executive Order of Homeland Security - George W. Bush's Executive Order of Homeland Security As we move steadfast into the twenty-first century we are confronted with more complex and compromising issues affecting the intricately connected global system. New forms of aggression and threat are the faces that greet policy-makers as they spend countless hours configuring ways to counter future attacks such as terrorism or massive drug trafficking within and across national borders. Instead of submitting ourselves to the tyranny of chance, which cruelly deals out futures blighted with catastrophes that can remain vivid in our memories, President George W....   [tags: Expository Politics Essays] 947 words
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President Harry S. Truman's Executive Order 9981 - President Harry S. Truman's Executive Order 9981 On July 26, 1948, President Harry S. Truman orders the desegregation of the Armed Forces by Executive Order 9981. Prior to Harry Truman passing the Executive Order 9981 on February 2, 1948 he asked Congress to create a permanent FEPC, and in December 1946, he appointed a distinguished panel to serve as the President's Commission on Civil Rights, which would recommend "more adequate means and procedures for the protection of the civil rights of the people of the United States." The Commission noted the many restrictions on blacks, and urged that each person, regardless of race, color or national origin, should have access to equal...   [tags: essays research papers] 512 words
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The Legislative-Executive Balance of Power - In order to understand more completely the job of the presidency and the nature of presidential leadership in the United States, one must also understand the president’s relationship with Congress. This can be done by examining challenges that presidents face and the actions they take to address them. There are five challenges this paper will focus on: the “disappearing center” and polarization, the president’s use of unilateral executive powers and signing statements, shared constitutional powers, who is a better representative of the people, and the different “patterns of inter-branch control” between the two branches....   [tags: presidency, United States, Congress, polarization]
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Executive Chef at Par Se - Choosing a career is something a person should really consider. It is one of the most important decisions a person has to make since it will influence the rest of your life. As of junior year of high school, I found myself struggling to make up my mind on which career I should pursue. Nursing is my first choice. However, while years went by, I discovered that I enjoy cooking and dreamed that I could be a famous chef and be able to go around the world to expand my knowledge of food. After hearing countless good reviews and experiencing the good service and outstanding food of Per Se, I am courageously applying for the position Executive Chef, in order to share my knowledge, characteristics, s...   [tags: Cover Letter] 863 words
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2014 Shadow and Executive Program Essay - 2014 Shadow an Executive Program Essay Walt Disney once said, “All our dreams can come true, if we have the courage to pursue them.” What are aspirations. Aspirations are ambitious desires. For example, when I mature into a woman, I aspire to be a corporate lawyer. A corporate lawyer practices law confined to the legal affairs of a corporation. Corporate lawyers advise individuals on how to operate business concerns while remaining inside the margins of legality. They also defend clients who find themselves the subject of lawsuits or criminal charges from their business activities....   [tags: becoming a corporate lawyer] 787 words
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The Legislative Acts as a Check on the Executive - The Legislative Acts as a Check on the Executive I am going to look at the main role of both the executive and the legislature. The above statement does not give a clear insight to what checks and balances are in place today. Policies have changed since parliament came into being and this essay will examine how and to what extent this statement is true. The executive is the administrative branch of the government; it makes laws through the means of delegated legislation and drafts bills....   [tags: Papers] 1131 words
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The Glass Ceiling and the Lack of Female Executive Leadership - The existence of the glass ceiling reminds us of current issues in gender equality and female leadership, faced by the business community both in the United States and abroad. The Civil rights movement and incentives towards feminization of various aspects of public life resulted in official recognition of equal rights and opportunities for female professionals; however, in many cases such recognition takes purely formal shapes. In too many cases women get professionally discriminated at work place....   [tags: femele leadership, gender equality]
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Executive Summary - In our business world we have to provide quality atmosphere service to our customers. The purpose for this introduction is to explain how we treat our internal and external customers in order to provide satisfaction. The base of this executive summary will be on where we work at with our current employer or former. The information collected for this executive summary will be on my last employer. My former employer was Eppies Restaurant. Mainly this small business was in Madera California. Now that we addressed the company, we now can adopt quality principles in theory for my former employer Eppies Restaurant....   [tags: essays research papers] 463 words
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The Powers of the Executive Branch - Federal government has remained a central figure in the American democracy due to its force in encouraging innovation, diversity in group policies, protecting the rights of the minority, redistribution of resources and empowering those who needed intervention among other functions. However, after the 9/11 attacks, there was need to reconsider the expansion of the federal government and particularly the Executive Branch. This is because the nation needs to have a stronger branch to determine who pays the anti-terrorism efforts at the state and the local level and to ensure that the governments are effective at spending the money allocated....   [tags: Federal Government, Coordinating, Expanding]
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The PFC, Executive Function, and Dysfunction - The PFC, Executive Function, and Dysfunction Goldberg (2009) purports, that the prefrontal cortex (PFC) interconnects with every area associated with specialized functions in the brain and is the only structure in the brain, which is so connected. He proposes that this unique anatomical presentation of the PFC provides it with the opportunity and ability to gather information stored within those associated areas and to apply appropriate responses to environmental stimulus. These processes of assimilating and applying refer to executive function (EF) and compare to the role of a conductor or CEO of a large company....   [tags: Medical Science]
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Executive Branches of Turkey and India - Executive branches of Turkey and India are weak compared to the legislative branches of their respective countries. The head of state for Turkey is the president and the current president was elected by the Turkish Grand National Assembly, but after a 2007 Constitutional revision the next presidential election will be election by the citizens. Having parliament elect the president is concentrating power in the legislative branch of Turkey’s government but an election by the people is dispersion of power because the election is now in the hands of the people....   [tags: president, power, election, minister, rights] 1004 words
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The Effects of Bilingualism on Cognitive Development - ... Voxel-based morphometry revealed that overall proficiency correlated negatively with age of acquisition (P<0.01; r=-0.855) and second-language proficiency correlated with grey-matter density in exactly the same left inferior parietal region previously identified by a different study (x = -48, y = -59, z = 46; Z-score = 4.1; P<0.05). (Mechelli, 2004) Bilingualism itself can be held responsible for increased levels of executive control and higher brain plasticity. In order to maintain a balance between two languages, the bilingual brain depends on executive functions, a monitoring system of general cognitive abilities that includes processes such as attention and inhibition....   [tags: increased levels of executive control] 1370 words
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Tableau Software Executive Summary - Executive Summary 3 Managerial Problem 4 Situation Analysis 5 Company 5 Context 5 Customers 5 Competitors 5 Collaborators 5 Complementors 5 Marketing Strategy 6 Primary Strategy 6 Proposed Strategy 6 Growth Strategy 6 Segmentation, Targeting, and Positioning 7 Segmentation 7 Targeting 7 Positioning 7 Action Plan 8 Product 8 Price 8 Place 8 Promotion 8 Conclusion 9 Appendices 10 References 14 Back Cover 15 Objective 15 Target 15 Theory 15   Executive Summary Tableau software is making it easier for businesses to analyze data to better their business strategies and intelligence....   [tags: managerial problem, situation analysis]
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Team Leader Executive Summary - Executive Summary Team Leader offers top notch training to professional engineering fields, providing the skills and information needed by employees to maintain high standards within our corporation. We have 20 offices located around the Southeastern Region and Canada. Our services cover case-specific ethics consulting, code of ethics development, internal ethics/values, ethics compliance training, and ongoing ethics topics. These ethic training programs include all materials and handouts and can be customized for your organization....   [tags: Ethics Training] 1765 words
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The Job Of The Executive - Introduction Nowadays it’s very common to see the collapse of systems and the failure of companies. Of course, many questions arise wondering what happened. Organizations need someone to blame and consequently measures are taken. While cutbacks, downsizing and dismissals are the most used tools for “fixing the problem”, there is evidence to show that, rather than working out a solution, these methods only hide the core of the issue, which seems to be present in an even greater number of organizations....   [tags: Business Finance Management] 1732 words
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The Need to Reform Government in Order to Obtain a Brighter Future - Throughout the course of American History, the U.S. government has mostly shown to be a reliable and stable pillar during major events happening domestically and internationally. It has displayed leadership, tenacity, and perseverance when making important legislation that would change the lives of all citizens in the United States. However, during the latter half of the 20th century, the government has shown to be susceptible to partisanship. This has been displayed when it is presented with a dilemma regarding decision making; when a political group refuses to negotiate on an issue, the whole U.S....   [tags: Modern Legislation Process, Inaction]
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Executive Information Systems - Information system, an integrated set of components for the gathering storage and processing of data and for transport information, knowledge and digital goods. Business enterprises and other organizations rely on information systems to accomplish and manage their operations, to act together with their customers and suppliers, and compete in the marketplace. Executive Information Systems EIS be defined as information systems designed to be directly controlled by managers, without the need for any Mediator....   [tags: marketplace, data, support]
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Executive Information System to Run a Business - Introduction As globalization process is going nowadays businesses are facing with really sophisticated structure of competition. In order to run their business smoothly without any problem, business people are using different types of information systems and information technologies. Such as EIS, MIS, DSS and ES, there can be some misunderstanding in this in what way they are beneficial for us. Executive Information System Executive Information Systems attempt to give top executives an easy way to get the critical information they want, when they want it, tailored to the formats they prefer....   [tags: competition, management, technology] 1187 words
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Concentration Camps for Japanese Americans - ... In 1922, the court case Ozawa vs. U.S. had the Supreme Court reestablish that Asian immigrants were not allowed naturalization. 3 years later congress passed an act that stated “aliens were not going to be granted citizenship unless they had served in the U.S. armed forces between April 6,1917- November 1918, been honored, and were permanent residents of the U.S. In October through November of 1941, the state department began gathering evidence on the Japanese on Roosevelt’s orders. Though the life before the camps played a role in the imprisonment of the Japanese, so did the executive order of 9066....   [tags: imprisioned, paranoia, terrorist, order] 755 words
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Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill - Executive Summary: “Think and Grow Rich,” by Napoleon Hill In the book “Think and Grow Rich,” the author, Napoleon Hill, provides a set of principles that he calls the key to financial success. The idea at the center of these principles is that one becomes what he or she frequently thinks about, in this case success (i.e. rich). Hill lays out a method he created to translate one’s thoughts into reality, creating an insatiable hunger and drive within an individual to succeed. Using the examples of his son and some of America’s legendary iconic business leaders, of which Hill studied and interviewed, including Edwin C....   [tags: executive summary] 1039 words
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Bonuses and Investment Bankers - Should bonuses be paid to employees of companies which almost went bankrupt but didn’t because the company took bailout money from the government. Most bankers say yes, yet to the general public, this seems to be absolutely inexcusable. I decided to look into this topic further to satisfy my curiosity. The large banking businesses are in many ways at blame for the current recession. They lobbied for, and got, the relaxation of rules limiting how much debt they could have. By going into greater debt, they could increase their profits....   [tags: Executive Compensation]
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The Four Obsessions of an Extraordinary Executive - The Four Obsessions of an Extraordinary Executive After reading The Four Obsessions of an Extraordinary Executive, I think that the author brings up an excellent, although rather idealistic, plan for organizing and maintaining an upper-level management team. The four "obsessions" or disciplines as they are referred to in the text, cover the entire spectrum of the ideal team. The early stages of teambuilding are covered and he explains the high level of trust and accountability that are required, even comparing it to the closeness of an actual family....   [tags: Business Management Administration ] 1535 words
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Decision Making at the Executive Level - Decision Making at the Executive Level The focus of my term paper is the decision making process used by today's top-level managers. Top-level managers, such as Chief Executive Officers (CEOs), Chief Operations Officers (COOs), and Chief Financial Officers (CFOs), must make critical decisions on a daily basis. Their choices and the resulting outcomes affect the company, the employees, and the stakeholders. Due to the high importance of their decisions, the process they use to reach them merits a close examination....   [tags: Business Management Papers]
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Executive Summary of Calyx $ Corolla - Executive Summary Calyx & Corolla is a young company that offers a very unique choice for customers who are interested in buying fresh flowers. Fresh flowers industry valued approximately $9 Billion in the United States in 1990 with steady market growth rate of 7.7% since 1985. However, the market potential did not reach the top yet. US fresh flowers market still has more room to grow. Per capita consumption of flowers and plants in the US was $36 per year, while the average in Europe was $60....   [tags: essays research papers] 1769 words
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Executive Summary of the Hispanic Market - Executive Summary of the Hispanic Market “Latinos are changing the way the country looks, feels, and thinks, eats, dances, and votes. From teeming immigrant meccas to small-town America, they are filling churches, building businesses, and celebrating this Latin heritage.... In America, a country that constantly redefines itself, the rise of Latinos also raises questions about race, identity, and culture – and whether the United States will ever truly be one nation.” (Larmer, pg. 50) This passage aptly describes the dawning of a new ‘enlightenment’ era in the United States....   [tags: Hispanic Culture Marketing Business Essays]
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Executive Summary of Burbank Boards - Executive Summary of Burbank Boards TABLE OF CONTENTS EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 3 PROBLEM DEFINITION 4 NEW SYSTEM OBJECTIVES 6 NEW SYSTEM CONSTRAINTS 7 NEW SYSTEM PERFORMANCE CRITERIA 8 TEXAS INSTRUMENT - COMPOSER 9 ENTITY-RELATIONSHIP DIAGRAMS 10 ACTIVITY HIERARCHY DIAGRAMS 11 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Introduction Current System New System · objectives · recommendation · advantages of new system · how it will solve problems · implementation · tools used to document the new system ie.....   [tags: Burbank Boards Business Management Essays] 4008 words
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Executive Summary – Operation Optimize - Purpose and Scope The purpose of this document is to present the facts and issues surrounding the initiative "Operation Optimize". The scope includes personal observations and conversations held with various department heads and the resulting inferences made. This executive summary will recap the situation; formulate conclusions, and present recommendations for actions to be taken to remedy the obstacles that are evident. Summary of the Situation Project "Operation Optimize" has effectively stalled....   [tags: Business Management Analysis] 822 words
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Executive Summary of Robot Creation Project by Engineering Students - Executive summary Constructing and programming of robot vehicle that can avoid the barriers depending on calculations of the exact distance between the barrier and vehicle using ultrasonic sensor fixed at the top of vehicle which contact with stepper motor to enable sensor turn right and left will be discussed and applied practically. The functions of constructed robot can be summarized as avoiding barrier, changing velocity of robot depending on the range distance between vehicle and barrier, lighting warning lights when robot stop moving or beginning of motion and issuing a beep when rising from the ground, and stop working completely....   [tags: Engineer, Programming]
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Chief Executive Officer Roles and Their Effects on Large Corporations - Chief Executive Officer Roles and Their Effects on Large Corporations The Chief Executive Officer is responsible for the success or failure of the company. They are responsible for the operations, marketing, strategy, financing, and the creation of company culture, human resources, hiring, firing, and compliance with safety regulations, sales, etc.This all falls on the CEO’s shoulders. The CEO’s main function is to set a strategy, vision and values for the company. The senior management team can help develop this strategy....   [tags: Leadership ]
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Why the Executive is Able to Dominate Parliament in the British Political System - Why the Executive is Able to Dominate Parliament in the British Political System The executive has always been a fundamental body in the British political system, the executive’s dominance is a result of party politics and of reformation designed to undermine the bodies responsible for scrutinising the Government. Patronage has always been essential in maintaining the power of the executive, especially the Prime minister. Discipline is promoted in the governing body with the use of whips to enforce party policy and encourage ministers to toe party line, the use of pagers has recently been adopted by the Labour Party to ensure Labour MPs are sure of the parties’ po...   [tags: Papers] 689 words
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Executive Roles and Responsibilities - Executive Roles and Responsibilities In any corporate setting or military installation, a need to define proper boundaries and procedures for safeguarding data can be a daunting and sometimes a seemingly impossible task. Delineating, clarifying, and communicating the responsibilities for protecting and defending information resources is the first step in creating a culture that is sensitive and responsive to information security issues. A busy executive with a data integrity mind set has to control information coming in, through its processing phases and ending in the customers hands as a usable product....   [tags: Business Management Analysis] 1800 words
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Process Evaluation Executive Summary - Process Evaluation Executive Summary Abstract A manufacturing company's success depends on its manufacturing system design. The concept of the manufacturing system design has been the fundamental driving force in the advancement of manufacturing, perhaps even civilization itself. For without this concept of manufacturing system design, manufacturing would still be trapped in the intellectual darkness of the middle ages. The invention of the forerunner of the modern factory 200 years ago was the first system design....   [tags: Business Management Analysis] 1501 words
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Microsoft Canada Executive Summary - Microsoft Canada Executive Summary Microsoft Canada is preparing its marketing plan for the Xbox over the coming year. The Xbox was launched the previous year and positioned as the complete home entertainment solution combining video gaming, the Internet and DVD playback. The Xbox is the most robust gaming console on the market, but faces stiff competition in its product category. The Sony Playstation 2 is the market leader with over 50% of the console market. Microsoft also faces competition from Nintendo and their GameCube....   [tags: Business Management Essays] 3108 words
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Sony Corporation Executive Summary - Sony Corporation Executive Summary Sony's current financial difficulties are tied into its corporate culture which were stated over 30 years ago. With such a large multinational corporation, greater planning and more use of strategies should be pursued. Sony could start with the implementation of a new mission statement, with profit and benefits of the company tied more closely to everyday operations. Internally, the four forces, the management, the designers, the production and the marketing should achieve better communication and cooperation....   [tags: Sony Business Marketing Essays] 3068 words
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Executive Summary - Executive Summary This report will look for alternative ways in which the London Underground can change their prices in order to reduce their loss in terms of total revenue. The report will both identify and analyse these alternative methods in an attempt to find the most suitable way of increasing the revenue for the London Underground. The report will also look at how elasticity plays a key role in determining any decisions as well as the outcome of these decisions made. The London Underground is at this very time running at a loss and is in urgent need of things being turned around....   [tags: Economics] 988 words
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Executive Summary - Executive Summary ----------------- The 2000 were a period of enormous growth, Australian is a prosperous nation has benefited from 9 years of uninterrupted economic growth. However, the international tourist industry was suffer from the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center and Pentagon in the USA on 11 September 2001. Overall, the Australian international tourist industry continues to be strong because of the board mix of natural environment and cosmopolitan cities located here, including high-tech, stable international political situation and economic prosperity....   [tags: Economics] 2197 words
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The Ill-Posed Executive - The Ill-Posed Executive "The nineteenth-century legal scholar Schultes described public trust rights as 'unalienable.' He explained that 'things which relate to the public good cannot be given, sold, or transferred by the King to another person'" (Cronin and Kennedy 142). More specifically, the "things" Schultes refers to are property common to all citizens of the world including, but by no means limited to, the air, the land, and the water. While the vast majority of humankind would agree in principle with Schultes's concerns, regulations on the use of particular natural bodies understood as public property are no longer strongly enforced....   [tags: Economy Economics Business Essays]
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Quality Executive Holloware - Question 1: It is well known that quality has many dimensions and definitions. It can be based on a transcendent approach (innate excellence, for example a Rolls Royce), a manufacturing based approach (free of errors), a user based approach (fit for purpose), a product based approach (conforms to measurable characteristics) or a value based approach (suitable cost and price). Since Executive Holloware has a strong brand that suggests top quality the delivery of consistent excellent quality should be priority for this company....   [tags: Business Analysis Management] 1642 words
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Machiavelli’s The Prince and the Modern Executive - The Prince and the Modern Executive     Few question The Prince’s place in the canon of western literature. That it marks a turning point in our collective history, the origin of the study of politics as a science (Pollock 43), is alone enough to warrant its classification as a "Great Book. Its author, Niccolo Machiavelli, a contemporary of Copernicus, is generally accepted as an early contributor to the scientific revolution, because he looked at power and the nature of sovereignty through the eyes of a scientist, focused completely on the goal without regard for religion and morals and ethics....   [tags: Machiavelli The Prince Essays]
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Executive Women: Substance Plus Style - Executive Women: Substance Plus Style PSYC 4310 Executive Women: Substance Plus Style The article "Executive Women: Substance Plus Style" deals with the issue of whether the "abilities and attitudes of male managers are different from those of female managers" and that these differences have been used to keep women out of managerial positions. Furthermore, it suggests that it has now become "fashionable" to state that these differences are favorable and complement the business environment....   [tags: essays research papers] 730 words
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The Reign of Bush-Obama and their Power - ... According to Locke, Many things there are, which the law by no means can provide for; and those must necessarily be left to the discretion of him that has the executive power in his hands, to be ordered by him as the public good and advantage shall require; nay, it is fit that the laws themselves should in some cases give way to the executive power. (Locke, Second Treatise, pg. 84) Locke essentially allows the executive limited prerogative to deal with emergencies or situations for the public good; "many accidents may happen, wherein a strict and rigid observation of the laws may do harm (Locke, Second Treatise, pg....   [tags: the role of the Executive branch]
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Analysis of the United States President - ... When it comes to Foreign Affairs a unique approach was taken that president had sole responsibility to Foreign Affairs due to the culture of having Kings and queen ruling counties and it was noted that a single entitled was needed to show unity among these king and queen. The ruling of king and queen is more of exception then the rule at the present time but the same approach is still taken. With the role of Foreign Affairs the president has the ability to create treaties among nation and recognize country when the president accepts their diplomats....   [tags: executive, branch, cabinet, government] 1410 words
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Outline of the Supply Chain Flow and Purchase in Bosch Canada - ... BOSCH Canada is also concerned about the quality of their products from the supplier who and require the suppliers to fulfill their requirements by using Plant Quality Automotive (PQA) which is designed to solve supplier quality problems and thus maintain the standards of the flow of the production process. A redesign of many processing methods is essential in order to implement the principles of the Automotive Purchasing organization. New requirements of purchasing processes had affected automotive divisions....   [tags: executive summary, operations analysis]
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Analysis of the Level of Democracy of the European Union - The EU has often been indicted with having a ‘democratic deficit’ due to its supposed lack of adherence to democratic principles. In order to determine whether this is true, and the European Union is democratic enough, it is necessary to establish the meaning of the word ‘democratic.’ Democracy can mean different things in various contexts, often depending on the socioeconomic situation, political policies and structures of the country in question. However, Schmitter and Karl describe democracy as ‘a system of governance in which rulers are held accountable for their actions in the public realm by citizens.’ Beetham segregates the ideas of ‘political equality’ and ‘popular control’ whil...   [tags: National Laws, Executive Power]
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Democratic System: State and Governemnt - In a democratic system, a bill goes through two distinct branches, the executive and the legislative branch. The bill becomes a policy only when it passes the legislative branch and executive branch. The legislative or executive branches do not have the ability to implement the policy or law; it is the responsibility of the bureaucracy to implement that policy. It is public employees who work in the bureaucracy. Almost thirty three percent of state and local employees belong to unions. The primary responsibility of the union is to protect its member’s job and benefits....   [tags: executive, legislative branch] 1253 words
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The Effect of Executive Functioning Defecits on Task Completion of Fourth and Fifth Grade Students - The Effect of Executive Functioning Deficits On Task Completion of Fourth and Fifth Grade Students The National Center for Learning Disabilities (NCLD) defines Executive Functioning as a set of mental processes that help link past experience with present action. It can be used to organize, plan, strategize, pay attention to and remember details, and also to manage time and space. (NCLD, 2013) In school today all students face internal and external distractions. An increase in the use of technology in the classroom has benefits, i.e....   [tags: learning disabilities, special education] 1889 words
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Second-order Belief is a Concept Found in the Theory of Mind - Second-order belief is a concept found in theory of mind, which allows us to conceptualize the process of thinking about thinking. Perner and Wimmer built upon their predecessors’ findings by creating a second-order false belief task that not only took reasoning into consideration but the child’s false belief as well. It is Perner and Wimmers understanding that second-order belief is a mandatory precursor for further cognitive development in social behaviorism (Miller, 2012). In order to understand how second-order belief works it is necessary to look back at first-order theory of mind....   [tags: develop, cognitive, reasoning] 1370 words
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How Close Order Drill Prepares Us to Protect - The concept of close order drill has been used in some form in every war since the inception of the U.S. Marine Corps, and the practice still proves useful in the twenty-first century. It is much more than the Silent Drill Platoon performing on commercials to attract young adults to the military. This art form is being set aside in Marine Corps after a decade of war; even though drill influences combat efficiency by instilling precision, automatic response to orders and develops assertive leaders....   [tags: US marine corps, training]
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Law and Order in Shanghai in 19th and Early 20th Century - Shanghai in the 19th and early 20th century was a unique city. The combination of its status as an entrepôt, the complexity of its society, and the very existence of the International and French concessions all contributed heavily to the difficulty of protecting law and order within the city. The focus here is on the political and civic; the French Concession is not a major object of concern, as it was subject to many of the same vicissitudes and issues as the International Settlement, and differs only slightly in the path it took to handle them....   [tags: extraterritorality, settlement, systems] 3089 words
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Politicians and Social Order - A social order. A person’s beliefs and values that allow them to make the choices that to have the type of government they want. My social order- one of an African-American, 17-year-old, low middle-class female- will differ widely from my mother’s, or Shemair’s, or even your social order. For instance, I strongly value education. So does my mother, Shemair, and I am sure you do, too. My mother might value my education because it will help her later on in life. Shemair might value my education because it means that we will be able to move out after graduation....   [tags: essays research papers] 1243 words
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