The walker cup

The Walker Cup Name Institution The Walker Cup This trophy started when the First World War was beginning with a perspective in the line of animating golf enthusiasm on both sides of America. The sport developed to some extent from the two universal games between Canada and United States, in 1919 and 1920. Meantime, British and American amateurs’ players of the game deliberated every country's national beginner title an incredible plum. In the meantime, the USGA Decision-making board had been called for to Britain for a chain of gatherings that involved them with the Imperial and the Olden Golf Club at St. Andrew’s regulating Board. The summit was discussing the changes in different rules...

What would you change in the organisation to improve employees’ motivation?

MOTIVATING ROCHE EMPLOYEES Name Course Tutor Institution: Date: Motivating Roche Employees The establishment of motivational life skill program in Roche Pharmaceuticals would serve a significant purpose. The pharmaceutical industry tends to be a stressful field that requires one to be keen on his daily activities (Peyer, 1996). Therefore, the establishment of such a program would help individuals in the company to get hold of the levels of stress in their day to day life. Hence motivation of employees to work towards excellence in the alignment with the organization priorities. Thus, their production plan will be effective leading to the increase in dividends to shareholders and attracting...

Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT)

Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) Student’s Name Institutional Affiliation Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) Introduction Dialectical behavior therapy is a cognitive therapeutic technique used in the treatment of chronically suicidal individuals that have also been diagnosed with borderline personality disorders. Though DBT was originally developed to treat this group of patients, the technique has been effective in the treatment of other disorders that include, but are not limited to, depression, substance dependence, post-traumatic stress disorder, as well as eating disorders. Presently, the treatment technique is widely recognized as the gold standard for the treatment of the...

Sociological Perspective

Your Title Your name Institution Date (optional). The theories in sociology give us various perspectives on how to perceive our social world. The sociological perspective is primarily defined as the study of the life of humans, their interactions, and how those interactions affect different groups and the society in general. This study invites us to observe the connections between people’s behavior and the societal structures in which they belong. Sociological perspective has the insight that the world as a whole does not have a reality that everyone perceives in the same manner but rather that every individual has his or her social construction of reality. Macro sociology is concerned with...

The metamorphosis

Student’s Full Name Professor’s Full Name Subject Date Analysis of “The Metamorphosis” by Franz Kafka In this essay, we shall do a brief analysis on some parts of Franz Kafka’s Metamorphosis. In order to do a thorough analysis, we shall address the question asked directly. No characters, Gregor included, try to determine how to cure Gregor. What does this suggest about Gregor’s transformation and how does it affect the reader’s interpretation of the story?There is not a straight answer to this question since the book does not provide a concrete answer to this particular question. For instance, there is not a part of the book where Gregor or his family try to discover a cure for...

Disbaled Veterans treated as equals in the Federal Government

MANAGEMENT Name: Institutional affiliation: Date: The effects of war have impacted the lives of the men and women who participate in these wars leading to disabilities that range from loss of limbs to loss of the sense of hearing or sight. The disabled veterans are expected to be treated equally by the federal government (Hamowy, 2007). There has been the establishment of laws that guard the reputation of these veterans as some of them are considered to have been at the forefront in protecting the lives of the citizens and these led to their disabilities. An example of such a law would include the Americans with Disabilities Act that was amended in 2008 and eventually became law in...

The End of the Bronze Age – Robert Drews

Student's Name Instructor’s Name Course Date The End of the Bronze Age - Robert Drews 1. Chapter 1 A. List three key sites that were destroyed. Give the evidence of their destruction The sites that suffered destruction are Hatrusasitself, Alaca Hoyuk, Masar Hoyuk and Hattusas, the Hittite city at Alishar. Excavators of these locations discovered ash, charred wood as well as mudbricks that result from the melting as a result of intense heating of the conflagration. In Alaca Hoyuk, there was an ashy destruction level that extended over the whole of the excavated region. B. Which empires largely escaped destruction? The empire that escaped is Egypt though the empire lost its prestige...

Maverick essay

Student Professor BFA1 Date MAVERICK ESSAY How Maverick is first an episodic series and what that means, how it is different from the anthology series, like the one we watched last week "Patterns" but how it also incorporates elements of the anthology series. It is also asking how as an episodic series tied to a specific genre it both retains the qualities of the standard Western and how it disrupts those qualities. Management change in Warner Bros. contributed to a new attitude towards Television series. In 1956. Warner Bros team that included Roy Huggins, Cheyenne producer Art Silver, story editor Jack Emanuel TV production supervisor William Orr attended a Meeting. During the...

Celia, the slave

Name Instructor Course Date Celia the Slave Character Analysis Introduction The book Celia A Slave by Melton McLaurin provides an insight of the plight of slaves in America in the helm of slavery and civil revolution. Through a clear account of events, McLaurin explains how females slaves were mistreated by their masters. Celia a nineteen-year-old female slave is continually sexually molested by his master ever since she was purchased from another slave owner in the adjoining county of Audrain. After several years of sexual assault, Celia murdered her master and was charged and executed. Although, murder is punishable by death or life sentence, the events surrounding the death of Celia’s...

The Constitutional Convention

Name Teacher's name History Date The Constitutional Convention The debate at the Constitutional Convention was quite intense and involved some different issues and arguments. Much of the debate centered around states' representation in what would become the Federal Government. Here we will address two of them: the debate over proportional representation that was eventually settled with “The Great Compromise” and the debate over whether slaves should count towards a state's population. The first one was primarily a debate between small and large states. The Virginia plan, as proposed by James Madison, originally had the Congress's composition determined by the size of a state's...