Automation, outsourcing, recession, the aftermath surrounding the events of Tuesday,
September 11, 2001, the decline in the stock market, loss of business and/or profits are all
reasons that would contribute to why a company would consider...
This study identifies gaps in homeland security with a focus on gaps in aviation
security. The September 11, 2003 terrorist attacks on New York’s World Trade Center
I and the Pentagon resulted in the loss of over 3,000 lives, severely impacted our...
Management/Human Resources Capstones; Public Administration Capstones;
This qualitative study examines the issues and challenges facing our legal system
when citizens pursue their right to self-representation in our courts as opposed to
representation by an attorney. Courts deal with ever-widening floodgates of...
Benchmarking can be defined as a management tool for comparing performance against
an organization that is widely regarded as outstanding in one or more areas, in order to
improve performance (Bardi, Coyle, & Langley, 1996). This paper...
Domestic violence against women is prevalent in the United States. Based on the history of
domestic violence, men have abused women throughout the centuries. Women have struggled
and tolerated many different types of violence, such as physical,...
Public Administration Capstones; public administration;
We have a new administration in the White House, and once again the issue of what to
do about the current condition of our National Airway System must be addressed.
President Bush has recently stated that he will intervene if the mechanics for...
At one time, one could make an impressive argument regarding the need for affirmative
action plans and programs if everyone was to get an equal share of the American pie.
With Executive Order 11246, President Lyndon Johnson required...
This research explores the values and needs of today’s employees, the needs of their
organizations, and their ultimate dependence upon each other in the survival of Corporate
America. By utilizing a qualitative method of study, conducted through...
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