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  • Chief Joseph, The Nez-Pierce Chief

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    Chief Joseph was the Nez-Pierce chief. He became famous when he tried to get his tribe to the Canadian border to be free. He did it so he and his tribe don’t go to reservations. He was considered to be one of the best chiefs ever. He took his fathers place as chief. His early life, leading years, and the end of his life tells what he had to go through to lead his tribe to freedom, even though it ended in vain. Joseph was born on March 3, 1840, in Wallowa Valley, Oregon Territory. His formal Indian

  • chief joseph

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    Howard ran the Nez Perece into the ground, finally up in Montana. Joseph surrendered his band at a place called Bear Paw Mountain some 40 miles from the Canadian Border, in October,1877. Joseph fame did him little good. Although he had surrendered with the understanding that he would be allowed to return home, Joseph and his people were instead taken first to eastern Kansas and then to a reservation in Indian Territory (present-day Oklahoma) where many of them died of epidemic diseases. Although

  • Chief of Police and Discretion

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    The Police Chief must exercise extreme discretion. Discretion can be described as the use of choices that initiate a deliberate decision. These decisions can often later be questioned by the nature of the decision. The nature of the decision used for making decisions can be related to protocol, accepted verses unaccepted behaviors, and even if an alternative could have been made in lieu of a better decision. Discretion can be very dangerous when ridiculed or judged in the eyes of the public. A police

  • Chief Ethics Officers

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    Chief Ethics Officers Chief Ethics Officers (CEOs) may not have been very popular around a decade ago, but the demand for such a position is beginning to grow within larger companies. From this point forward, when I mention CEOs in this paper, please understand that I am referring to Chief Ethics officers and not Chief Executive Officers. CEOs began appearing in corporate America around the same time as the inception of the Federal Sentencing Guidelines for corporations. According to these

  • Hero Status for Chief Joseph

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    Hero Status for Chief Joseph A modest and humble monument was raised to this giant Indian. A seven and a half foot white marble shaft sets atop a barren hill where a lone, half dead elm tree stands, 14 miles north of the Grand Coulee Dam, in a small Indian Village on the Colville Indian Reservation. The acre or so of ground is delineated by wire fence. Weeds have overgrown mounds where graves are left unidentified and only apparent by small mounds of rock. The elm stands, gnarled, over his grave

  • Role Of Chief Executive Officer

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    Work Environment and Duties: Chief Executive Officers The duties of a Chief Executive Officer range from planning, directing, and coordinating operational activities to ensure the company meets its goals. The CEO reports to the board of trustees or to the owner of the organization. The duties of the CEO of an organization range depending on the size of the organization which means that they typically work more than 40 hours per week. Their duties consist of the following but are not limited to: •

  • The Life Of Chief Joseph And The Nez Perce

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    Chief Joseph was part of the tribe called the Nez Perce, which was a hierarchal religion (a religion which exercises authority). He was born in Wallowa Valley, on March 3, 1840. The esteemed chief was originally named Hin-mah-too-lat-kekt, which translates to Thunder Rolling Down a Mountain (“Chief Joseph Biography” A&E). He was baptized at the Lapwai Mission where he took the Christian name Joseph, after his father, Joseph The Elder (“Chief Joseph Biography” N.p). The Nez Perce were hunters and

  • The Importance of the Chief Information Officer

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    The Chief Information Officer is also known by the title Information Technology Director. According to the US Department of Labor, “Chief Information Officers are responsible for the overall technological direction of their organizations.” ( Contained within their various functions the Chief Information Officer has the ability to conduct the hiring of Information Technology professionals and other support personnel that can ably assist in accomplishing information technology related projects

  • Chief Justice Earl Warren

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    Chief Justice Earl Warren Earl Warren was born March 19, 1891 in Los Angeles, California. Earl’s father was a Norwegian immigrant, which left him dealing with prejudice and equal rights at a very young age (Grace, 1). This lead to early indications that law would be Earl’s profession. Even before entering High School, he listened to criminal cases at the Kern County courthouse. Attending the University of California at Berkeley, Warren worked his way through college. He majored in political science

  • Chief Financial Officers and Strategic Planning

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    and there are a set of realistic and feasible results or expectations that could lead the company to being a better one. That way, once the strategic plan has been set and implemented, the success of it can be easily evaluated. In this process, the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) of a company plays a big role. As such, the CFO has a big part in the strategic planning of the c... ... middle of paper ... profit of the company. Since Nestlé operates in different parts of the world, I should be