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BUS 212 M5 ASSIGNMENT 1 LASA 2 INAPPROPRIATE BEHAVIOR By jon kelly
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BUS 212 M5 Assignment 1 LASA 2 Inappropriate Behavior BUS212 BUS 212 M5 Assignment 1 LASA 2 Inappropriate Behavior Marwan has worked at Studio Five Theme Park as a character actor portraying a... More > swash-buckling pirate. He does not have an employment contract. He loves his job because of his seniority with the company and all the attention he receives from the guests in the park. Unknown to anyone, his prosthetic leg has no noticeable impact on Marwan’s success in this position.< Less
MGMT 591 LEADERSHIP AND ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR FULL COURSE-DEVRY By jon kelly
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MGMT 591 Leadership and Organizational Behavior Full Course-DeVry MGMT591 MGMT 591 Week 1 Discussion 1 Latest-DeVry OB Challenges (graded) This week, our text discusses the definition of... More > organizational behavior, and in particular, its applied focus. Our lesson focuses on high-performance organizations (HPOs). However, in order to become a HPO, an organization needs to navigate the complexities of the workforce as well as mitigate the challenges that exist. What are some of the biggest challenges and opportunities that exist for managers in using OB concepts? Give specific examples.< Less
MBA 530 ENTIRE COURSE ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR-SAINT By jon kelly
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MBA 530 Entire Course Organizational Behavior-SAINT MBA530 MBA 530 Full Course Organizational Behavior-SAINT MBA 530 Module 1 Discussion Latest 1. After reading Hofstede’s dimensions of... More > cultural differences in Chapter 2 (pages 40-44) and looking up and reviewing near the bottom of Geert Hofstede’s web page (.geert-hofstede.com/”>http://www.geert-hofstede.com/), describe a significant difference between cultures that you have witnessed. Use the Geert Hofstede comparison tool (at the link below) to compare the two cultures in your example and describe the relative merits of the different approaches in an organizational situation.< Less
Working With People With Challenging Behaviors: A Guide for Maintaining Positive Relationships By Nathan Ory
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Case studies of persons with developmental disabilities, autism, fetal alcohol syndrome, mental handicaps with practical approaches.
Asian Coins in the North American West: A behavioral systems approach to numismatic analysis By Marjorie Helen Kleiger Akin
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The subjects of this study are the Asian coine, primarily the Chinese wen, the Vietnamese dong, and the Japanese mon, recovered from historic and proto-historic archaeological sites throughout... More > Western North America.< Less
The Impact of Fast Food Advertisements on Eating Behaviors Among Young Adults By Lauren Dickey, MPH
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Fast food advertisements on television are very prevalent in the United States. In addition, the frequency of people eating at fast food restaurants has increased. The intent of this 2007 pilot... More > study is to determine behavioral and attitudinal factors related to people eating at fast food restaurants.< Less
The Relationship between Type of High School Attended and Student Behavior By Andrew Kenny Donlan
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Incidents of violence have intensified concern about student conduct in America’s schools, leading to a desire for greater insight into its causes. This study investigates adolescent behavior... More > in schools by examining the impact of family, peer and school traits on student conduct. In employing extensive controls for family traits, it advances knowledge in education policy, as addressed by scholars as Anthony Bryk and James Coleman, by probing the type of high school attended: public, Catholic, or private. The findings indicate Catholic schools may influence student conduct, but its seeming impact is complex, suggesting that the “interplay” has been oversimplified in past research. The study also investigates the dynamics of class lesson difficulty, a too neglected “X factor” in school reform. Through the use of advanced statistical methods and unusually extensive controls for family traits, this work makes important contributions to adolescent development, school type, and education reform.< Less
The Relationship between Type of High School Attended and Student Behavior By Andrew Kenny Donlan
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Incidents of violence have intensified concern about student conduct in America’s schools, leading to a desire for greater insight into its causes. This study investigates adolescent behavior... More > in schools by examining the impact of family, peer and school traits on student conduct. In employing extensive controls for family traits, it advances knowledge in education policy, as addressed by scholars as Anthony Bryk and James Coleman, by probing the type of high school attended: public, Catholic, or private. The findings indicate Catholic schools may influence student conduct, but its seeming impact is complex, suggesting that the “interplay” has been oversimplified in past research. The study also investigates the dynamics of class lesson difficulty, a too neglected “X factor” in school reform. Through the use of advanced statistical methods and unusually extensive controls for family traits, this work makes important contributions to adolescent development, school type, and education reform.< Less
Exploring the Relationship Between School Meal Sugar Content and Student Behavioral Incidents By Vince Evans
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This blind mixed methods study examined the effects of sugar consumption on both minor and major behaviors in elementary aged students, as well as sugar’s impact on teacher perceptions of... More > behavior. The sample population consisted of 199 students in grades second, third, fourth, and fifth. Sugar quantities in school meals, student food selection, student behavioral incidents, teacher questionnaire responses, and teacher perceptions of behavior were documented over the course of 100 school days. No significant relationships were determined, suggesting that sugar consumption does not impact student behavior or teacher perception of student behavior.< Less
Antecedents of Entrepreneurial Behavior - Opportunity Recognition, Entrepreneurial Intention and the Role of Human Capital By Julian Propstmeier
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Why do only some people and not others recognize entrepreneurial opportunities? What is the impact of entrepreneurship education on students' entrepreneurial abilities and their intention to start a... More > new venture? How does human capital influence the decision to become an entrepreneur? The author addresses these questions and further aspects of entrepreneurial behavior and activity. Three empirical studies cover topics related to the three phases in the entrepreneurial process - opportunity recognition, evaluation,and exploitation.< Less

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