Hey how you doing? I have some more questions for this week.
For the first two just give feedback what you think, for 3 and 4 answer how effective their choice of literary elements is, and how well they formatted their citations. Also, be sure to answer the question that they posed. thanks again
1. I feel in my current organization, the military, the employees, or in this case the soldiers, are valued by those above them. Soldiers in my organization have been put into leadership positions that are above their current rank and are chosen over those of the rank that can and should be in the position. This does matter in organization, as it shows who has the leadership potential and to get things accomplished. This goes with the Baldrige Principles and Core Values of visionary leadership and focus on the future. Those decision makers that have the ability to place individuals into those leadership roles, see the qualities and attributes that they are looking for in the leaders that they need to make the organization run smoothly. Though those individuals may not hold the rank the position calls for, if they can get the job done to the satisfaction of the leadership, than they have every reason to be in the leadership role that they are in. This also allows the leadership to focus on the future of the organization. By putting those that individuals into leadership, they are making sure that the future of the organization is heading in the direction for the success that is being sought after.
2. Hello again classmates/Professor,
Do I work for a learning organization?... I?m on the fence with this one. After reading the resources and jotting down some notes I couldn?t come to a conclusion. I feel like my current organization is and isn?t a learning organization because as a whole business as management and as individuals they have ideas, roles and offerings of a learning organization and they are also missing some things.
To explain, as a whole I think they view their customers as partners only because they are affiliates but they do not regularly seek out valuable feedback and they definitely focus on blaming instead of problem solving and more importantly there is no margin for error (errors are used as a corrective action vehicle and not a learning tool). As management, they take time to review how they are doing from a man hour and labor management stand point but they do not support departmental development and camaraderie nor do they understand the importance of answering questions that are relevant to the organization?s overall mission. For the individual aspect of the learning organization, I thought it would make more sense to try to look at this from my point of view by making me the individual within the company. I do think they want to encourage me to be a life-long learner and they do make sure that I understand that being an exemplary performer at my job function is a basic requirement but they do not make sure I understand that my collection of skills, knowledge and abilities could be applied to a variety of tasks.
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Ray Bradbury uses conflict in his short story All Summer in a Day as a literary device to support the theme. The main character, Margot, is a nine year old girl who moved to Venus when she was four years old. She began her life with daily sunshine. Venus only gets to see the sun for two hours every seven years. The conflict occurs in school. Margot is the only child who knows what the sun looks like. This makes her an authority in this subject which makes her classmates envious. ? And they, they had been on Venus all their lives, and they had been only two years old when last the sun came out and had long since forgotten the color and heat of it and the way it really was. But Margot remembered? (Bradbury, 2010, p.3). Margot is convicted in her remembrance of what the sun looked and felt like. She spoke and wrote a poem about it. The other children challenged her but she stood firm. This created conflict. If Margot had a softer approach and was more friendly with her peers she would not have been ostracised and stuffed into a closet for the sunrise. If Margot followed societal rules of interacting with her peers, she would not have had conflict that resulted in her not seeing the sun.
How were these people able to produce enough electricity?
Bradbury, R. (2010). All summer in a day. Read, 59 (16), 14.
4. Ray Bradbury in All in a Summers Day uses allegory. Allegory is shown when the children are mean to Margot and lock her in a closet and do not let her see the sun. In the end when the sun sets they begin to feel bad because they start to understand her better and realize that she was not lying about the sun. The lesson learned is that you should treat others as you wish to be treated. Just because she was different and had memories of the sun did not give them the right to be mean to her and lock her in a closet. " "What're you looking at?" said William. Margot said nothing. "Speak when you're spoken to." He gave her a shove. But she did not move; rather she let herself be moved only by him and nothing else." (Bradbury, 2010, p 2) William had no reason to be like that to her but he was because she was different and had more recent memories of the sun than all the children on Venus. " And then, of course, the biggest crime of all was that she had come here only five years ago from Earth, and she remembered the sun and the way the sun was and the sky was when she was four in Ohio. And they, they had been on Venus all their lives, and they had been only two years old when last the sun came out " (Bradbury, 2010, p 2) this shows that they were envious of her memories. " They could not meet each other's glances. Their faces were solemn and pale. They looked at their hands and feet, their faces down. " (Bradbury,2010. p 3) they did not want to face what they had done to Margot, they were seeing that she told the truth and now feeling bad about what they have done to her. In the end of the story they felt bad for being mean and locking her away, they realized what she had given up leaving earth and now being on Venus where the sun shines but once in seven years for two hours.
How do you think Margot would treat the children if the role was reversed and they were the ones that had just come to Venus?
Running Head: ENGLISH English
Institution ENGLISH 2 In any organization there is a point that reaches and the management feels there is need to
promote people to higher ranks. This...
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