Military, legal and ethical controversies related to the atomic bombings of Nagasaki and Hiroshima in 1945 on 6th and 9th August have been one of the biggest concerns of the debate over these atomic bombings. The Postdam Declaration was issued by Chiang Kai-shek – the Chinese Nationalist government’s Chairman, Winston Churchill – the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, and Harry S. Truman – the President of the United States in 1945 on 26th July. (more…)
The term ‘external environment’ is referred to all of the characteristics that are present outside the organisation. The organisational aspects may also not be influenced by these specific elements. This involves all social, economic, political, and technological characteristics. The external environment of an organisation can be distinguished into two different concepts, i.e., the task environment and the general environment. (more…)
Some uses of data in higher education are given below.
Reducing Cost and Time of Analysis
Data analytics can be used to replace difficult and tedious operations, thus saving investment, time and resources. Processed data, presented in a usable format, is far easier, economical and faster to evaluate as opposed to conducting own surveys, questionnaires or primary research. (more…)
Tortuous Workplace Deviance
Tortuous Workplace deviance is an occupational crime that might vary alongside a continuum of severity, from somewhat minor acts including embarrassing the co-workers, too much more serious acts like theft and sabotage. The victims of tortious workplace deviant behavior might include employees, employers and in some cases both. An act can be workplace deviant if it results in the violation of major organizational rules. Tortuous Workplace deviant behavior is extremely costly and pervasive for the organizations today. Various studies have revealed that employees mostly get engaged in different forms of workplace deviance such as stealing, fake accident claim, sabotaging, drug abuse, harassing other employees, and breaking organizational rules, etc. (more…)
Importance Of Advertisement
In a competitive society or in a capitalistic country, advertisements are a necessity. Products and services need promotion so that people may know about them. The advertisement of goods and services is meant to attract a wide variety of customers to buy them.
The government advertises its schemes and policies to inform the public and to make its citizen participate in them. The government uses to advertise housing plans, saving schemes, educational policies, and messages for the betterment of the citizens (more…)
What Is Workplace Deviance?
Workplace deviance is referred to the voluntary behavior violating organizational norms that are of great significance, and in doing so, the personnel tends to threaten the well-being of the members of the organization or organization’s itself or both. Deviant behavior is explained from an alternative point of view as a behavioral departure from norms of reference groups. In most cases, such behaviors (lying, sabotage, aggression, political activities, misbehavior, theft, and noncompliance to the laws or regulations) are identified as significantly harmful to the firms or the society, on the whole. Warren, therefore, proposed a typology explaining behaviors that deviate or conform from normative expectations and be destructive or constructive either at the organizational level or at the social level. Destructive deviance behaviors have a negative impact and violate both, social norms as well as organizational norms. (more…)
It is clear from the torts cases that have come in the Malaysian courts to seek remedies under the Tort Law that these cases were mainly confined to the defamation and nuisance, cases of negligence from both the sides, and the breach of the duty of care in the context of the occupiers of the premises and assets. The position of Tort law in Malaysia can be understood by having a look at the trend of the courts in Malaysia where, for several years and till date, the courts have been following their counterparts in England. However, it is not a surprise for anyone, since the Torts law is a common law and has evolved in England throughout many years. (more…)
The Chronicles of Narnia
Chronicles of Narnia by the Northern Ireland writer CS Lewis is one of the most popular series of children’s books in the world. Sold in over 95 million copies and translated into over 40 languages. The series is divided into seven books, including the best-known “The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe,” and “Prince Caspian” and “Sailing the board of the Dawn Treader”. These three books have their own television and film adaptations, which have nowadays become more popular. (more…)
Strategy in war is probably as old as war itself. From the Greeks with their Trojan Horse to the Americans in the Gulf War, the use of strategy in war has been a feature of all societies, modern or ancient, and often the same aims, tactics, and techniques appear to be repeated in subtle new ways. As Aeschylus, the great Greek dramatist put it succinctly, and conversely, more than 2,500 years ago, “Truth is the first casualty in war”. (more…)
Higher education institutions face an increasingly complex challenge today to increase their efficiency and maintain sustainability. As costs rise and public funding decreases each year, institutions are forced to look at ways of providing a quality and affordable learning experience for students while keeping their own selves competitive and sustainable. (more…)