Discuss the views and ideas of Emory Upton. Why were his views rejected by the U.S. Army and Government?© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 25, 2018, 9:30 am ad1c9bdddf
General Brigadier Upton was quite famous for a number of things having to do with the military. His publication known as Military Policy is one of the most widely recognized for its progressive and effective emphases, such as a standing regular army, regular promotions of soldiers based on how well they perform in exams, and to go along with that ...
The tactics of General Brigadier Upton and the employment of such, both in the Civil War and long after, are explored in brief.
Microeconomics of customer relationships
After reading the journal article "The Microeconomics of Customer Relationships," write a 3-4 page critical evaluation of the article by answering these questions:
- Correctly identify the issue or issues addressed by the author, related to the value of customer relations.
- Evaluate the economic significance of the issue presented by the author, related to customer relations.
- Correctly identify the author's purpose or purposes related to customer relations.
- Evaluate the author's arguments and conclusions for creating value in a specific firm.
- Draw your own conclusions on value creation by applying relevant data, facts, theories, and economic principles from the article and your course readings.
NOTE: A critical evaluation provides you the opportunity to think critically about a topic presented in scholarly literature, evaluate an author's point of view, and synthesize the new information into your current paradigm of knowledge and understanding. A critical evaluation is NOT an article summary. You are expected to critically analyze what you are reading and support your analysis with appropriate citations and references to your readings and other creditable sources.
** additional sources can be used, aside from the ones provided.
1. McConnell, C. R., Brue, S. L., & Flynn, S. M. (2012). Economics (19th ed.). New York, NY: McGraw-Hill
2. Reichheld, F. (2006, Winter). The microeconomics of customer relationships. MIT Sloan Management Review, 47(2), 73-78