Research Papers On Power And Influence
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Power And Influence
This 5 page paper begins with a definition for power and for influence. The writer explains the types of power in organizations. The writer discusses the differences between formal and informal power. The writer also comments on the importance of all these kinds of power and influence in an organization. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
This 7 page paper looks at the concept of the language, what it is and how it is used to this the validity of the concept in the 21st century, discussing whether or not it is still seen, considering the way it may emerge and influence audiences. The paper includes a number of examples of the use of political language and the way it may be used to manipulate. The bibliography cites 8 sources.
A 5 page paper that discusses certain issues related to Warren Buffet. The paper comments and discusses the basis of Buffet's power and influence, strategies he uses to maintain influence, how he may have influenced public policy, his beginnings and how he rose, and if his activities support the elitist philosophy. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
This 15 page paper is a research proposal to assess the way in which different types of stakeholders may influence the practice of project management. The paper presents the aims and objectives and a literature review identifying different types of stakeholders, their level of power and influence, the way the influence may be exercised and the potential conflict between different stakeholder groups. The paper ends by outlines the expected output of the research. The bibliography cites 17 sources.
This 18 page paper looks at an issue pertinent in the UK. There is little doubt that over the last few decades the power and influence of the unions in the UK has declined. The paper considers the impact that unions have had on business and considers if despite the lower level of power recognizing a union in the work place and adopting collective bargaining will result in a higher wages bill for the employer. The bibliography cites 26 sources.
This 5 page essay deals with the question of the power of language. Does language reflect reality or does it shape it? Examples are given from George Orwell's novel, 1984, which support the position that language does indeed have power to influence, but that it only reflects what is already existing. Short synopsis of 1984 included. Bibliography lists 1 source.
A 12 page paper that discusses globalization and international economic relations with an emphasis on the oil industry. First, the writer reports the latest definition of globalization as one that goes beyond interdependence to one that interlinks countries and the fact that we must expand our concept of globalization beyond economies. The political and economic power and influence of multinational corporations is discussed in relation to changing patterns of governance. The last part of the paper discusses the power and influence of the oil industry, which is very much a global industry, and how globalization has impacted this industry. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
This 9 page paper considers how children are valuable to marketers. Advertising aimed at children can be very controversial, this paper looks at how and why children may be the target of advertising, and why children have the power to influence purchase decisions. The paper sites real life examples to illustrate points raised. The bibliography cites 12 sources.
10 pages in length. Unions have played an integral role in the standardization and endurance of commerce, both domestic and abroad. However, their role in today's ever-growing global community illustrates the power and influence they continue to have in a time when globalization is virtually redefining the way in which business is conducted around the world. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
10 pages in length. There have been myriad contributions made to forward the progression of the African-American society, however, one might readily surmise that none have had both the power and influence to enact such change as what has come from the literary world. Betty Friedan, bell hooks and Alice Walker are but three of numerous printed voices who have played an integral role in significantly impacting positive change amidst an otherwise racially ruled society. Bibliography lists 5 sources.