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  • Scott McNealy: Chairman And CEO Of SUN Microsystems

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    Scott McNealy, Chairman and CEO, co-founded Sun Microsystems in 1982. Since the founding of Sun, the company has become one of the world leaders in computing network solutions. Thru McNealy’s participative, charismatic and transformational leadership styles, Sun is sure to continue its hold in the industry. A charismatic leader is one who has a compelling vision or sense of purpose, and ability to communicate that vision in clear terms that followers can understand. They also demonstrate a consistency

  • The Cult Of Chairman Mao: The Cult Of Chairman Mao

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    Personality of Joseph Stalin was shattered in 1956, the Chinese Communist Party had to create a new way of achieving Marxism. It explored collective communist leadership for several years, but soon created a personality cult of its own, the cult of Chairman Mao. Mao Zedong Thought, which was seen as a quicker way to Marxism, became elevated throughout China, and subsequently so did Mao 's image. However, cults of personality existed in modern China before Mao, beginning with Sun Yat-sen during the republican

  • FRC chairmans

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    If someone asked you to explain FIRST to a group of people that have never heard of it, how would you do it? To us, FIRST is more than the robot. It’s about challenging the Status Quo, and not only that, but raising the bar of what people think of STEM. It is also about pushing the limits of what is possible and helping not only ourselves, but mentoring those with less experience. It’s about inspiring the community by going out and presenting to the public eye. Our team is dedicated and growing

  • General Electric Presentation

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    General Electric Presentation On September 7th, 2001, Jeff Immelt, now a 24-year veteran of GE, was appointed Chairman. Four days later, the world changed forever. Over the past twenty minutes we have given you a window into the world of GE under Jack Welch, and now I would like to take you through the past 5 years, and into the new GE under Jeff Immelt, GEs 9th Chairman in its 128 year history. I am sure that everyone has read the recent Fortune article entitled "Tearing up the Jack Welch

  • Lisa Campbell

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    Prevention BIOGRAPHY: LISA HOOKER CAMPBELL • Lisa Hooker Campbell is an active volunteer in the Nashville area. She has served on numerous boards and chaired several of Nashville's most prominent philanthropic events. • Lisa is the 2014 Board Vice-Chairman of the United Way of Metropolitan Nashville and serves on the board of St. Timothy's school in Maryland. • Lisa joined the board of the Middle Tennessee Chapter at the start of FY13. She had been the chairperson of the 2010 Promise Ball, where her

  • essay

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    1. Briefly describe the situation and the person/people you worked with. During my tenure at the Parliament, as an Adviser to the Deputy Chairman, one of my job duties was to coordinate the preparation process of the “Government Hour” meetings and the Parliament’s proposals to the Prime Minister and ministers (the Government). In the Parliament’s internal organizational and operational rules, this meeting is defined as one of the main forms of parliamentary scrutiny of the Government. However, after

  • The U.S. Market

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    The U.S. Market While opening of the U.S. market has some high profile support, such as Sen. John McCain, chairman of the Senate Commerce Committee, it also has powerful opposition, including U.S. Rep. Bud Shuster, chairman of the House Transportation Committee, which has scheduled hearings on the proposed UAL-US Airways deal for next week. Even if that deal and other domestic mergers went through, Shuster would not support overseas airlines taking passengers between U.S. cities, said a senior

  • Mao Zedong

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    disastrous "Autumn Harvest Uprising in Hunan, leading to his ouster from the central committee of the party. From 1928 until 1931 Mao, with Zhu De and others, established rural soviets in the hinterlands, and built the Red Army. In 1931 he was elected chairman of the newly established Soviet Republic of China, based in Jiangxi province. After withstanding five encirclement campaigns launched by Chiang Kai-shek, Mao led (1934-35) the Red Army on the long march (6,000 mi/9,656 km) from Jiangxi north to Yan'an

  • Finding One's Self in Jane Smiley’s Moo

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    weeks there "she would have picked a different source of dislocation." (Smiley, 16). Cecelia’s life turns upside down as she attaches herself to the chaotic world of Chairman X. She attempts to locate herself through him. She shops for "transformative items" (Smiley, 261) in an attempt to remake herself into something that Chairman X will want. It isn’t until Cecelia returns home to Los Angeles for the holidays that she feels "a fourth presence enter the room. It was her own sadness." (Smiley, 266)

  • Richard daley

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    1955. He also served as state revenue director, an appointed position, under Governor Adlai Stevenson. In these positions, Daley gained a keen understanding of government and a mastery of budgets and revenue sources. Cook County Democratic party chairman Richard J. Daley, 53, wins the Chicago mayoralty race and begins a 21-year career as mayor of the second largest U.S. city. Daley, the archetypal city "boss," served as mayor from 1955 to 1976. He was one of the last big city bosses. As a Democrat