DIS 4 motivation theory job design theory expectancy theory Herzberg’s two-factor theory Maslow’s hierarchy of needs theory

motivation theory
job design theory
expectancy theory
 Herzberg’s two-factor theory 
 Maslow’s hierarchy of needs theory 

While you read the entire chapter, think about which theory is your personal favorite. In your post name your choice, describe it briefly, and defend why it is your favorite. We would be interested to know if you think that your selected theory is one that would motivate you, or if it is one that you believe is effective where you work or volunteer. 
Be careful if you pick Herzberg’s Theory since it was the subject of a previous presentation from your professor in Week 7.  I would not mind if you agree with me, but you do not want to be guilty of just repeating what I have already said to the class.  I will be involved in the discussion so watch for questions I may ask you individually.

 Reflect on the information presented in the course.  Point out two things that you really enjoyed about the course and/or two things that need improvement.  Be constructive with your criticism.  Your suggestions are very important to keeping this class relevant to future students. (For example, the announcements that gave hints for each week were the result of this forum.)  Putting links to You Tube information inside Modules are new this school year, so your input on this practice would be helpful to me.  Also, reflect on how the class changed your thoughts about Management. Did you change your mind about some aspect of management because of this course?  Did you learn something that has impacted you in the workplace?  What “pearl” of wisdom do you take from this course?  What advice would you give other online learners? 
you did DIs 2-3 already it’s if you can’t find the new ones, it’s listed under Pruitt Dis 2 and Dis 3

What other passages from the Bible direct us to ethical behavior?

Do we really need codes of ethics in marketing and business? After all, doesn’t our Christian faith guide us as to what is considered right and wrong behavior?
“If a king judges the poor with fairness, his throne will be established forever.” – Proverbs 29:14
What other passages from the Bible direct us to ethical behavior? Should we use our Christian faith to provide us guidance as to what is and what is not ethical behavior?

McGregor developed the Theory Y and Theory X

McGregor developed the Theory Y and Theory X. These define how managers view their employees. 
Please research about McGregor’s theory and answer the following questions in 250-275 words:
1. Contrast McGregor’s Theory X and Theory Y assumptions about people.
2. What types of managers have you dealt with in your organization?
3.  Assess why there is a predominance of Theory X or Theory Y managers in your organization or industry?

How does the valuing of a real asset (such as a building) differ from the process of valuing a financial asset (such as a stock or bond)? Integrate Bible passages into the discussion that addresses the Christian worldview.

How does the valuing of a real asset (such as a building) differ from the process of valuing a financial asset (such as a stock or bond)? Integrate Bible passages into the discussion that addresses the Christian worldview.

Requirements: Compose a 200 – 250-word response, APA format

New York times about Ebola outbreak

new York times about ebola outbreak Paper must be at least 2500 words. Please, no plagiarized work! Most probably people got infected by the virus Ebola from forest animals such as bats or apes. The number of victims of this deadly virus has reached 10.000 people and taking into account that no drug that could stop or prevent Ebola has not been invented yet, the number of dead will rise. To raise awareness regarding this situation The New York Times involved numerous reporters and journalists to cover the epidemic from various perspectives. More than 400 articles were published on the topic of Ebola starting from the beginning of the outbreak giving readers the possibility to learn about this problem on the basic level and to outline numerous problems that accompanied the Ebola outbreak in the country. It is absolutely worth mentioning that the efforts of numerous reporters working for The New York Times were noticed and the paper received Pulitzer Prize in the category of international reporting for engaging the public with the scope and the details of the outbreak while holding authorities accountable (Pulitzer Prize Winners 2015). One of the first and most noticeable things about these articles is that they offer the perspective from within the countries because the reporters engaged in bola coverage spent weeks and months in the regions affected by the virus to make reliable and powerful materials. The authors of The New York Times show themselves as experts of African culture, traditional values, language, economic and political situation, educational and medicine problems because they contact real people. They are the people affected by the disease and those working with the disease primarily: doctors, nurses, volunteers. Reporters have penetrated the country struck by the deadly virus to show the situation with the eyes of the people living there instead of reporting about the pandemic in terms of geographical names, facts, and figures as it is often done by big international new agencies and papers. Sympathizing simple people who became victims of the plague journalists try to attract as much attention from the world community as possible to the pandemic. The joined efforts of the most powerful countries and world organizations should be directed to fighting this disease however it is not as simple as it seems it turns out.

the five pillars of Islam Paper

must be at least 2500 words. Please, no plagiarized work! By pillars of Islam, it is meant that these five parts are the basic foundation of Islam and they should be followed by a Muslim in order to show his allegiance to Islam. These five pillars have been mentioned in the Holy book of Quran and were practiced in the time of Muhammad. The five pillars are prayer (Salat), the profession of faith (Shahada), fasting (Sawm), almsgiving (Zakat), and pilgrimage (Hajj) (Ibrahim, 1997). Some of these obligations are also found in other religions such as Christianity but in Islam, they are made obligatory in such a way that they draw a clear boundary between the principles followed in Islam (Tabatabae 45). In other words, the five pillars are to be followed by every Muslim living in any society. (Islamic Encyclopedia).Islam is based on the principles of Oneness of Allah Almighty and the devotion of a Muslim to Him (Tripod). The literal meaning of the word Allah is God and this God in accordance with the teachings of Islam is the One who brought life to every race on this planet. (Islamic Encyclopedia). A Muslim by following Allahs commandments is showing his devotion and recognition of his power.Profession faith there is a requirement in the religion of Islam. In other words, it is farz (obligatory) on every Muslim. Muslims in their usual routine recite the profession of faith in the following words “I bear witness that there is no other god but Allah and Muhammad is his prophet.” For an individual to be a Muslim he has to have belief in this phrase. (Islamic Encyclopedia). A true Muslim would not only recite this profession but would also believe in it and know its meaning (Tripod). In the world today activities done by an individual can be criticized by his fellow members but if the individual recites the profession of faith no one can argue or challenge him for his faith (Tripod).

how to write a quality research and dissertation project

Research methodology and thesis writing. I write and teach on how to write a quality research and dissertation project. What are the concepts of chapter three which include research methodology? Which approach should be used in a qualitative or quantitative study? What are possible ethical considerations can a researcher encounter in a field? What is sample size and what are possible sampling techniques can a researcher use in a study? What ways can a researcher use to collect data in the field? What is a primary and secondary data in the field? How can a researcher analyze primary data obtained in the field? How can secondary data be analyzed and collected in the field? What are possible limitations can a researcher encounter in the field?

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