Another skill that characterizes Trump is represented by his ability to organize. This is extremely important for all management positions. This is even more important when having to organize large international empires like Trump's. The leader's strong organizational skills are able to significantly influence the productivity of the company (Yoskovitz, 2007).
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Donald Trump's Leadership Style
Over time, many different kinds of leaders have graced corporate America. From Mahatma Gandhi to Leona Helmsley to Martha Stewart, there seems to be as many different kinds of leaders as there are approaches to leadership. In this text, I concern myself with the leadership style of Donald Trump. In so doing, I…… [Read More]
So, in my opinion, there is nothing wrong or unethical about the sources of power that Donald Trump uses and I would definitely advocate any of them. They are ways by which the final goals can be reached without producing harm to any third parties.
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Society is generally inclined to promote values that they consider noble, in some cases people actually upholding these respective ideas without having a complex understanding of them. Presidential elections have always been subjective and this influenced candidates to come up with intriguing ways to shape public opinion. It is almost as if the world has reached a point where political…… [Read More]
America Should Stump for Trump
It's safe to some that some people like Donald Trump -- and some don't. Those who don't have been getting a lot of face time in the media recently, which should make people wonder: if the powers that be hate somebody enough to criticize him every chance they get -- and if…… [Read More]
Women Voters in the 2016 Elections
As regards the 2016 presidential election and women's role in this critical campaign, it should be understood that according to the most recent U.S. Census Bureau (2014), there are 162 million females and 157 million males. And during the last national election 43% of female citizens over 18 voted while 40.8%…… [Read More]
Hidden Bias and Stereotypes
There is no doubt that all humans harbor some form of bias against another ethnicity, another religion, another culture, a person simply different from the norm (like a motley homeless person), or perhaps another political party. The Southwestern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) presents a very objective and helpful list of explanations for bias,…… [Read More]
Trump's Tax Plan
Donald Trump's stance on trade -- namely, that cutting corporate taxes will incentivize companies to stay in the U.S. (as will a tariff on the imported goods of offshoring companies) -- is one that is denounced by his opponent Hillary Clinton. Clinton argues that the tax break proposed by Trump will only benefit the…… [Read More]
Donald Trump Being a Wrecking Ball Could Be the Best Thing to Happen to American Politics
A lot of people have a lot of different reasons for supporting Donald Trump as the Republican Presidential nominee in the upcoming 2016 November Presidential election against whomever the prevailing Democratic nominee will be (Bernie Sanders or Hillary Clinton). Some like…… [Read More]
Farmers grow food in a variety of ways. Local food production can be done through traditional farms, urban farms, even greenhouse farms. For a beef steak to make it to a person's plate, it must come from a cow. This cow is either fed corn or allowed to graze and eat grass. Then the cow is slaughtered and its body…… [Read More]
2016, Donald Trump was set to speak before the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC), a powerful pro-Israel lobbying group. The potential political alliance seems a strange one. After all, Trump has made seemingly anti-Semitic statements and has welcomed the support of white supremacy groups like the Ku Klux Klan. Trump's stance on immigrants and particularly his stance on Muslims…… [Read More]
interview with President-elect Donald Trump shows how televised media creates negotiated codes within a hegemonic framework. In an attempt to convey objectivity, the interviewer, along with the editor as well as television producer, create a narrative that conveys hegemonic meaning or a "metacode," (Hall 3). The result is what Hall calls "systematically distorted communication," (Hall 3). The interviewer fails to…… [Read More]
Trump Taj Mahal Casino has been acquired by STHM Management. However, for STHM to be successful where the former owners were unsuccessful requires them to understand the competitive environment, the past performance of the firm, and understand why the past failure occurred so they can avoid the same issues. This paper will address those three issues.
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Immigration and the Presidential Election
United States immigration reform is one of the most controversial issues in this presidential election and represent significant policy gap between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, the Democrat and Republican presidential candidates respectively. Based on their proposals, Trump and Clinton have taken opposite sides in the quest to implement immigration reforms if…… [Read More]
macroeconomic themes that have been taught or covered in this course is economic policy and its role in determining or influencing economic growth and development. Economic policy is a subject that has attracted considerable attention in recent months because of the presidential elections in the United States. Actually, monetary policy was one of the major issues in recent presidential campaigns…… [Read More]
CURRENT COVERAGE OF THE 2016 PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION
Donald Trump is flying high in the 2016 presidential election campaigns. Besides crushing his Republican opponents in national polls, Trump's critics have thrown in the towel (McCutcheon & Mark, 2016). Having underrated his candidature and accused of a racist and sexist huckster, Trump is now…… [Read More]
Aboard the Trump Train: Latest Ad Shows Trump Supporters Out in Force
Donald Trump's television ad spot employs the three rhetorical strategies of ethos, pathos and logos in a way that is framed by Lakoff's theory of narrative: the ad is framed by diverse supporters voicing their support for Trump as POTUS at the beginning of the…… [Read More]
What's the family current worth?
Today, the Trump family business stands at a net worth of $2.6 billion. (#74, Trump, Donald John)
How much total square footage does the Trump family own?
The total square footage has been estimated at a 14.5 million. (#74, Trump, Donald John)
Mitt Romney and John McCain Denounce Donald Trump as a Danger to Democracy" on The New York Times website is framed by two images -- one, an image of the "religious family man" that the Times calls Mitt Romney; the other, an image of the "profane, philandering self-promoter" that it calls Donald Trump (Burns, Barbaro). Thus, while The Times attempts…… [Read More]
Real Estate Personalities
There have been many real estate moguls throughout history. Fortunes have been made and lost on the value of land. Several of these real estate tycoons have left their mark on the landscape, for better or worse. Moreover, during the past few decades, some have become household names, linked to fortunes, fame, glamour, and…… [Read More]
Effective communication in business is increasingly an important tool for management. This need arises from the rapid use of e-mail and technological communication like video-conferencing and instant messaging, which is replacing traditional business letter and memos. Business letters were used for providing complete and sound businesslike information and professional messages. The messages were formal in…… [Read More]
"God gave the world to men in common" is a theme that supports the view that Locke would see property and something that should not be wasted, as waste deprives others. That survival is taken out of the equation tilts the moral balance towards Locke viewing much of the expropriation of land that occurs in South Florida as needless.
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The 2016 Presidential Campaign and the National Debt
The presidential race between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump has had more than its fair share of scandals -- from Clinton's email server, the "rigged elections" as reported by undercover agents of Project Veritas, and the Clinton Foundation's pay-to-play controversies -- to Trump's lewd comments on women, his own…… [Read More]
Businessmen and the Entrepreneurship of Oprah Winfrey
In today's business environment, working for oneself is often a much more lucrative and successful choice than resigning to work for someone else. As more and more companies see lay offs in these hard times of recession, the thought of self-ownership and entrepreneurship is becoming an ideal dream for many.…… [Read More]
That relieves all the pent-up anxiety of a Trump wannabe. Therefore, such a viewer remains content with his or her current life, acquiescing to (and as a result reinforcing) current hegemonic power structures (i.e., the real power of big corporations, and corporate players like Trump, over all the rest of us)).
"The Apprentice" is especially successful at…… [Read More]
The readings for this assignment deal mostly with racial / ethnic issues. The Mellody Hobson story (from TED), posted by Ben Lillie, explores the dynamics of color and race, pointing out that only two of Fortune 250 companies are chaired by African-American women. Hobson goes on to point out that people ought not to be…… [Read More]
Ethical Leadership in an Organization: Donald Trump -- the man, the mogul, the reality TV series ... The fragrance?
How can an organization behave as an ethical entity when is headed by an individual whom is not only an organizational leader but is himself a prominent figurehead? Can Donald Trump give opinions on ethical behavior to numerous…… [Read More]
1984 to Now: Fiction Becoming Reality?
In the 2016 film Snowden by Oliver Stone, illegal governmental surveillance of the lives of private citizens via digital means (such as ordinary computer webcams) disturbs the film's hero, a dramatized representation of real-life whistleblower Edward Snowden. Snowden ultimately rebels against the government agency that employs him as he rejects the…… [Read More]
Mortgage modification has been in practice in the United States in some form or another for years. The process entails modification of the terms of a mortgage separate from contract and original terms agreed to by both borrower and lender. The United States government has provided Americans with various versions of loan modification to help borrowers make payments via reduction…… [Read More]
Philippines Real Estate
Over the last several years, the Philippine Islands has been going through a major transformation. Part of the reason for this, is because the country has become an area of focus for many firms that are looking to outsource jobs from other regions of the world. As, the nation known is known for: having…… [Read More]
audience: some audiences might find the latest piece of gossip about Kim Kardashian to be newsworthy and compelling, while others might be interested in something Donald Trump said, while still others might find a story about Aleppo in Syria compelling. For me, a compelling news story is something that touches on one of the major issues of our time and…… [Read More]
Washington on August 28-29
On this day, more than 200,000 Americans congregated in Washington, D.C., for a civil demonstration referred to as the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom. Planned and prepared by some civil rights and religious groups, the incident was intended to spell out the political and social challenges African-Americans constantly experienced across the…… [Read More]
The author of this report will be addressing four high-level topics during the course of this report. In order, those topics will be narcissism, self-esteem/self-worth, a definition and discussion of the self-efficacy theory of Albert Bendura and the inferring of traits as defined by the wider paradigm of the Fundamental Attribution Theory. The body of…… [Read More]
Anti-science is nothing new and in fact has been seamlessly woven into the story of human progress. Locating historical incidents linked to the repercussions of anti-intellectualism or anti-science is easy. One of the first European examples of the repercussions of anti-intellectualism is the story of Socrates's death sentence due to his philosophy of reason contradicting the established religious authorities in…… [Read More]
Next, Colbert skewers Donald Trump. In his role as a conservative newscaster, Colbert begins with feigned outrage that Trump is not running "Who is going to tell OPEC the fun is over?" he cries when Trump is shown making his announcement that he is not running for the presidency. Colbert mocks Trump's hyperbolic self-promotion with his…… [Read More]
Boom in Busts: Good or Bad?
There are several pros and cons in the bankruptcy legislation issues. In the current European systems, entrepreneurs forced to file for bankruptcy protection carry business failures and associated debts for years, may be liable to criminal charges and may even be driven to suicide by crushing failure and ongoing debt (Peng,…… [Read More]
21st Century Communication: A Reference Handbook: Chapter 54: Traditional and New Media
"News providers then are struggling with brand identity through content" (Weldon, Eadie, 2009, p. 7). That content is what now defines the news providers should not come as a surprise: what is surprising is that there is now so much diversity in terms of content.…… [Read More]
Opportunity Supporting Client's Operational Needs
Threat Factors and Trends
Risk of maintained and possibly new U.S. sanctions
Structural Weaknesses in economy
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Anti-intellectualism is a social problem, not just a social issue, because it has a direct and immediate bearing on the lives of individuals and because it has a long-term deleterious effect on social, economic, and political progress. Without information, the people have no power. If the tools of critical thought are not taught to children, an entire generation lacks access…… [Read More]
socially constructed. What was considered a problem in one era or cultural context is not considered a problem at all in another context. Social issues can be reframed as social problems, and likewise, social problems can be downgraded into simple issues that matter to specific segments of the population. However, sociologists need to be mindful of the problems of ethical…… [Read More]