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Cross-Cultural Psychology

Different Models of Group Development

1.What are some of the similarities and differences among the different models of group development discussed in text are forming, storming, norming, performing, and adjourning? Which model makes the most sense to you? Why? (Make sure to support your answer with at least one outside source.) 2.What are some of the variables t

Psychological Disorders from a Cultural Perspective

Are psychological disorders universal or culturally specific? I feel they are both with more weight being universal and perhaps the cultural standpoint having a triggering effect to the disorder. It seems confusing and quite complex. Would more well-know disorders like schizophrenia, depression, and ADHD, be considered universal

Socio-political Skills

Organizational structure, norms, values, culture, etc. all have an impact on a leader's success. Consider the new or advancing leader. As such, we are expected to learn how to effectively perform all of the important administrative and professional/technical tasks. In addition, we need to master the necessary social skills assoc

Co-evolutionary gaming

I have enclosed an article concerned with co-evolutionary gaming, and attached the questions with a diagram of the Jo-Hari window.

Request for Proposal

What is a request for proposal? What are the steps for writing a request for proposal

Merger and Unit Integration Issues

Attached is the scenario and question 1+2. Can you help me in condensing major facts? Thanks, Ursula Merger and Unit Integration Issues As a leader/manager, one circumstance you may encounter is the necessity to integrate or merge two organizational units. This can be a very stressful period where, if not properly manag

Ethnic Identity

Please help answer the following question regarding ethnic identity. Are we, as Christians, professionals, and ethnic individuals, called to advocacy and if so, what might this look like? Provide explanations along with examples.

Differences Between Leadership and Management & the Effects on an Organization

This solution was inspired by the following question, "Explain the differences between leadership and management and how it affects an organization like Kudler Fine Foods?" It discusses the link between leadership and management and how the two share an intricate relationship and even help shape one another, with one taking p

Discussing Group Dynamics

Hi, I need assistance with the following task. I am not too sure how to approach it. Identify an organizational group (preferably that you have been a member of) and analyze its group dynamics. Include the following in your response: - Characterize your selected group. - Analyze the stages of development that your gro

Discussing the Psychology of an Organization

1. Do you believe that human psychology plays an important part in determining the business practices of an organization? 2. Try to draw a parallel between your family and an organization, as you understand it. In a paragraph or two, write about the different roles that people perform while running an organization called a f

A) Do you agree that most risk assessments are subjective and not objective? Explain. B) Although objectives, functional tactics, and action items are included in many implementation plans, why do some organizations have a difficult time reflecting the plans they create? give five reasons that you agree on and what you think the issue is.

A) Do you agree that most risk assessments are subjective and not objective? Explain. B) Although objectives, functional tactics, and action items are included in many implementation plans, why do some organizations have a difficult time reflecting the plans they create? give five reasons that you agree on and what you thi

Workplace Motivation and Leadership

I need help with explaining how to motivate employees and mainatin leadership in any organization. I also need help with describing problems with absenteeism in the workplace and how to analyze leadership in encouraging employees to go to work as well as apply motivational theories to the problem. I also need help with explainin

Goals and Behavior.

What impact do goals have on behavior? What types of goals will lead to the highest level of performance? Why?

Productive and Counterproductive Behaviors and Organizations

Define productive behavior and counterproductive behavior, explain the impact that productive and counterproductive behaviors have on job performance and the overall performance of an organization, and suggest a few strategies to increase productive behavior and decrease counterproductive behavior in organizations. Please inc

Ethical Care of Nonhuman Animals in Research

1. Summarize the study of the guidelines for ethical care in the care and use of nonhuman animals in research. 2. Explain how classical and/or operant conditioning is applied in the study of the guidelines for ethical care in the care and use of nonhuman animals in research. 3. Discuss the ethical issues associated w

Strategic Decision-Making in Public Administration

Decisions often depend on judgments. Decision making is inherently subjective. What is your view on this notion? Provide an example of how your government has made a decision that seemed more subjective than objective. What is your opinion on the statement that the subjectivity of administrators is at work in their decision maki

Behavior, Culture, Cross-Cultural Psychology

What is the relationship between behavior and culture? Why is it important to understand this relationship? What is the role of research in cross-cultural psychology? What are some research trends in the field of cross-cultural psychology?

Ethnicity, Nationality, Ethnocentrism

What is the difference between ethnicity and nationality? How are these concepts understood in the United States? What is ethnocentrism? Is it possible to avoid ethnocentrism? If so, how? If not, why not?

Diversity Efforts Focus on Ethics

To increase diversity, it is often legal to consider race or gender as a factor in selecting employees. Although legal, do you think it is ethical that race or gender be a factor in making an employment decision? How much of a role should it play? Is it ethical to hire a person with a lower test score because he or she seem

Equal Pay for Men and Women: Comparable Worth

The Equal Pay Act of 1963 prohibit companies from paying men more than women for doing jobs that are, comparably, the same (comparable worth). Some critics have argued that such a thing is no longer needed and that there is no longer a gap in pay for men and women for the same job. How do you think the economic downturn has