Interoperability describes the extent to which different systems and devices can be able to exchange and interpret shared data. It is critical to understand that for two systems to be interoperable there is a need for them to be able to exchange data effectively and subsequently present the data in a manner that can be well understood by the user (Benson, 2010).
Doctoral Dissertation Writing
The current society has accepted the common norm that medication is the immediate solution for problems faced. We live in a society where stressful conditions are normal in life. These conditions shape how we react and live. They also determine the approach of one to life. The stresses that people face in normal life process defines their emotions. The emotions we feel are of the physical aspect or psychological manifestations. They serve as indicators of how life is fairing. On the positive side emotions keep us on the track by ensuring that life is guarded by different, but independent faculties of thought, memory and reason. In most difficult moments, life is characterized by different state of sadness for instance when we lose our loved ones. In such situations, a person may experience lack of sleep, and as aforementioned, people find refuge in medications. This essay agrees with Ted Gup assertion, which states that emotions should be experienced rather than diagnosed or medicated.
Organizations call for the specialization of the roles conducted by the management in order for them to attain their goals both in the short term and otherwise. The specialization in the orientation of the management is dependent on the degree of how well suited a person is for a given job. Specialization is a means to the attainment of the goals of the company at the same time. Simultaneous attainment of the goals of the organization is an instrumental aspect in the determination of the competitiveness of the company and the ultimate survival. The main asset that most of the organizations have is the human resource. Effective management of this resource is one of the ways that organizations can use in the streamlining of the activities going on to the company agenda. This paper gives a difference between the human resource management and personnel management as specializations in the management of British Airways. This United Kingdom based airline has operations in Europe and outside the continent.
The subject for the following discussion is the case study on ethical dilemma in Shellington pharmaceuticals. In the case, there are a number of instances where employees are involved in unethical conduct while performing their duties. However, some of them hold high ranks and posses undisputable skills in their fields of practice. As evidenced from the response from the company’s president when he was questioned on the conduct of a particular employee, the company is ready to compromise some principles of ethics in order to retain certain personnel. Amidst several complaints concerning the conduct of a certain employee in the company, the company management has been relaxant in addressing the issue. Presumably, the skills portrayed by the employee are very high and the problems are solved in the course of duty even without serious intervention from the senior management. This essay focuses on a number of issues drawn from the case study on ethical dilemmas in Shellington pharmaceuticals. The first concern is to enumerate the visible cases of non-ethical behavior in the business environment as stipulated by the case study. This will be followed by a brief view of how leadership comes in addressing unethical business conduct and the effectiveness of the strategies used to address the problems. Last but not least, this essay will pay particular attention to some practical solutions to unethical business behavior that is favorable to all stakeholders in a business.