Transcript: Sophia, Maurine, Ella, Milly and Parisse Steelmaking OZ a number of theories to choose from motivation: Are efforts being recognised/rewarded? Does the employee feel valued? motivated employees = more willingness to change and improve -Differed between organisations -Sustainability more evident at some organisations -Sustainability related to sustainability of organisation and environment BMW: Case Study 2 This is a huge mountain Problem solving Critical decision making Learning strategies Good judgment Skillful writing Excellent verbal communication skills Coping and participating in organisational change Sustainability taken very seriously at BMW environmental sustainability as well as economic/organisational sustainability creating jobs, ensuring the job security for employees, sponsoring local community projects encouraging open communication at the organisation employing an environmental commissioner, developing cars which require less petrol and allowing employees to travel outside of peak time traffic From a PR perspective, sustainability was well managed at BMW Building relationships and valuing employees and open communication Media release writing skills Being a self-starter Critical thinking Problem solving skills ‘Intelligence, maturity, breadth (emotionally mature with a broad range of interests), inner motivation and achievement, and honesty’ Values employees based on mutual trust and respect Organisational Change Philosophy and Values Steelmaking Oz Implemented sustainability initiatives to sustain company in competitive market All ready had stable profits, wanted to ensure survival developed and implemented cultural change program all staff included, wanted to alter behaviour/ideas in organisation initiative which could have helped the organisation to solidify position program was not properly managed participation from the top management was weak this had a negative influence on other employees PR could have encouraged communication been a channel between top management and other employees. “It is one thing to learn about values and another to practice them” The case studies and our future careers High Performance Teams PREPARING FOR YOUR PR CAREER Beak and Johnston: Case Study 3 Tip • ‘Individuals are expected to assume responsibilities, be flexible and self-organised – with a maximum amount of continuity’ • Leaders to change position every two years, so that they are able to experience a variety of aspects of the company Key Skills • It flattened its hierarchy, and reduced leadership teams from eight to four • The company then created self- autonomous working teams, and appointed leaders within these small teams. • ‘Leadership is determined largely by the degree to which someone is willing to take responsibility’. BMW “Values are at the core of our personality, influencing the choices we make, the people we trust, the appeals we respond to, and the way we invest our time and energy” Many of the organisations function with a team based approach. Fraunhofer Gesellschaft Organic concept, self organising units Divided into teams to: encourage communication through meetings, employees share experiences similar to Beak and Johnston ‘Coaches’ lead and encourage ideas in teams From a PR perspective both were successful because of good leadership, open communication and thorough planning. “Without effective communication, change is virtually impossible” Leadership styles PREPARING FOR YOUR PR CAREER Key concepts for PR Organisational Structure and Sustainability Initiatives Employee Motivation • Made small and continuous changes, rather than large dramatic ones. • CEO Warnecke made himself part of the leadership team, instead of being an autonomous leader. • He provided guidance, used influence and drove a bottom-up search for cooperation’ the PR practitioner is the 'internal communicator' without good internal communication, change cannot be carried through all levels of an organisation consider Barrett's five goals of effective communication Firstly: Team Work! Sustainability Organisational structure The Frauenhofer-Gesellschaft: Case Study 4 Beaurocratic company tried to change FAILED due to lack of commitment from above
Transcript: Ezgi ERCAN 2083640 - ASE Progress Report Presentation Outline Outline Final presentation topic, subtopics and why ? Literature Research Planned visuals Future plans Final Presentation Topic Final Presentation Topic & Subtopics Negative sides of food industry Subtopics Subtopics Exploited workers Degradation of ecological system Terrorism in food industry Why? Why I Choose This Topic & Subtopics? Informative Important Personal interests Literature Research Literature Research Source 1 Rotten: A Sweet Deal.(2019). Retrieved From www.netflix.com/title/801462184?s=a&trkid13747225&t=cp Summary: Sugar cane growers and abusing their worker My plan: giving example background information Source 2 Ferrier,C.(2001).Bottled Water:Understanding a Social Phenomenon. AMBIO.: A Journal of the Human Evironment,30,(2),118. doi:10.1639/0044-7447(2001)030[0118:bwuasr]2.0.cos2. Summary: Bottled water industry and comparison with the tap water Plan: giving example about bottled water Summary: Avocado cartel in Mexico and their crime Jaramillo,K.(2019, November,7). "Green Gold": The lucrative business of organized crime in Mexico. Retrieved From: https://latinamericanpost.com/20500-green-gold-the-lucrative-busines-of-organization-crime-in-mexico Source 3 Plan: Explaining what is 'green gold example about terrorism in food industry Planned Visuals source:tlaxcala (2018) source: firstwefeast(2014) Finding a good teaser Doing more research More visuals Future Plans Future Plans Reference List References Rotten: A Sweet Deal.(2019). Retrieved From www.netflix.com/title/801462184?s=a&trkid13747225&t=cp Ferrier,C.(2001).Bottled Water:Understanding a Social Phenomenon. AMBIO.: A Journal of the Human Evironment,30,(2),118. doi:10.1639/0044-7447(2001)030[0118:bwuasr]2.0.cos2. Jaramillo,K.(2019, November,7). "Green Gold": The lucrative business of organized crime in Mexico. Retrieved From: https://latinamericanpost.com/20500-green-gold-the-lucrative-busines-of-organization-crime-in-mexico Theeboom, S. (2016, October 20). Infographic: Why Bottled Water Is a Total Ripoff. Retrieved from https://firstwefeast.com/drink/2014/05/infographic-why-bottled-water-is-a-total-ripoff. How the avocado became the fruit of global trade. (n.d.). Retrieved from http://www.tlaxcala-int.org/article.asp?reference=23145. Q&A
Transcript: celebrity extra-ordinary How has the notion of celebrity been expanded by Web 2.0? - academic literature - content analysis becoming famous more simple, cost-efficient, widespread. 'real life' celebrities more legitimate than YouTube celebrities Giddens, A. 1991, The Trajectory of the Self. Modernity and self-identity: self and society in the late modern age, Cambridge, Polity, 3: 70-108. Laughey, D. 2007, Modernity and medium theory, Key Themes in Media Theory, Maidenhead, Open University Press, pp.30-53. Sharma, P. 2009, Core Characteristics of Web 2.0 Services, TechPluto, viewed 10 May 2011, <http://www.techpluto.com/web-20-services/>. Solumsmo, C.M. 2011, CathyMay15, YouTube, viewed 4 May 2011, <http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=82VtBxeJH3I>. Tran, N. 2011, communitychannel, YouTube, viewed 26 April 2011, <http://www.youtube.com/user/communitychannel>. van Dijck, J. 2009, Users like you? Theorizing agency in user-generated content, Media Culture Society, 31: 41-58. YouTube 2011, Directors, Most Subscribed, All time, viewed 12 May 2011, <http://www.youtube.com/channels?p=1&s=ms&gl=US&t=a&g=3> wealth social status conclusions & predictions focus group talent A case study of identity, self and the media - Giddens methodology web 2.0 power of the audience - van Dijck - How does a person become a celebrity? Can anyone do it? - Do you think that fame has become easier to attain in modern times? If so, why do you think this is? - Do you recognize any of these people? (Show a mix of ‘real world’ celebrities and YouTube celebrities) - Would you consider someone that has become famous through YouTube as any less deserving of the title ‘celebrity’ than an actor in a film or a musician in a band? - Do you think that YouTube can enhance the fame of ‘real world’ celebrities? - If, hypothetically, you wanted to become famous, would you use consider using YouTube to achieve this? - Do you think celebrities are still idolized like they used to be? relationship history appearance theories references traditional celebrity lowered off the pedestal
Transcript: Mini-Golf Event Members Paul Carson Dimitry Vasev Michael De Gregorio Benjamin Feigenbaum Renito Beharrie Fernando Delgado Six Of Hearts Car Wash Our SMART goal is to raise a minimum of $1,000 through various fundraising and donating activities for New Hope for Kids by July 3, which will fund a Disney Cruise for Xander. Our SMART Goal: Introduced by Paul Carson, we will be hosting a Pocket Disc fundraiser event in conjunction with Tijuana Flats. We will expect to raise $350 after expenses. Progress Report Presentation Pocket Disc Event Thank you & Good Luck to all !!!! On behalf of the entire Six Of Hearts Team .... Six Of Hearts Our Client: New Hope for Kids - Book Drive - Bake Sale - Plaque Recognition Project Managed by Michael De Gregorio, we will be holding a mini-golf fundraiser courtesy of Congo River Golf. We will be selling passes starting today until the end of the semester. These passes can be used at any Congo River Golf location and do not expire. The passes will be sold for $10 each, $4 of which will go to support New Hope for Kids. We expect to raise a minimum of $400. Contingency Plans Our Initial Meeting with Rosie Wilder New Hope for Kids' Mission Statement is "to support children and families grieving the death of a loved one and to grant wishes to children with life-threatening illnesses in Central Florida" We will conduct a car wash event organized by Benjamin Feigenbaum. We expect to raise $250 to go directly to our cause. Team Building Exercise Our Motto: Connecting Your Hearts for a Child
Transcript: Final Year Project How successfully can an online community peer-produce a short film? Chris Anderson: Identifying common problems within open communities Methods of encouraging peer review David Nicholas 09001803 To Be Read Soon: Jaron Lanier: To determine how successfully an online community can peer-produce a short film To explore the extent to which online peer-collaboration can be effectively utilised within the technical process of filmmaking overlapping and cumulative Lack of interest: No Interest, Minor Interest, Skewed Interest, Duplex Interest Interviews: Organisers decline > Collaborators, followers Feedback: Flexibility of platform, Direct community engagement Creative Commons licenses provide legal framework for FilmTogether to work Benefits of 'free' both culturally (art) and practically (exposure) Gantt Chart Project Outline In latter stages of the project, distribution will be a key problem Also case studies of social media use Free Culture theory: Formation of an online filmmaking community Guiding the community through short film production process Exploring implications of open peer-production in filmmaking Modelled upon open source/free culture, new digital filmmaking methods and online collaboration theory. New Distribution Models: 'Producer' to 'Community Manager' Being reactive to community feedback Establish key relationships with contributors Constant online presence (social media, providing feedback, taking part in discussion) Rare use of admin powers Interviews Similar projects Quora.com More books on filmmaking Open Source methodologies: Clay Shirky: Long tail of online collaboration Think of community as individuals of varying amounts of participation Reduce barrier of entry for those in the tail Contingency Planning: Research Lack of individualism when following open processes 'Design by committee' >>> Resulting changes to process Current Progress: Aims ...and more research:
Transcript: PRESENTER: NADIAH NATAR SUPERVISOR: DR. WAN IZHAN NAWAWI RESULT & DISCUSSION 1. To determine the effectiveness of nitrogen doped Degussa P25 on photodegradation of organic dye. OBJECTIVES PROBLEM STATEMENT 2. To observed the photocatalytic activity by using a commercially available Kronos TiO2. 2N-P25 shows a lower rate of photodegradation in RR4 dye however, in MB dye, 2N-P25 give a positive result. Wide band gap energy CONCLUSION WHAT IS TiO2? The photocatalytic activity of 2N doped Kronos shows a highest result where k=0.0544 as compared to the 2N doped P25, k=0.036. Thus, it proves that the presence of co-doped TiO2 can enhance the photocatalytic activity. NON-METAL DOPANT ENHANCED THE PHOTOCATALYTIC ACTIVITY UNDER VISIBLE LIGHT IRRIDIATION The highest loading of nitrogen precursor doped with commercially Kronos VLP 7000 shows slightly highest photocatalytic activity. Easy for electron-hole recombination 31 JANUARY 2020 THE MECHANISM OF TiO2 Weight Ratio (g) --> Urea:TiO2 Cheapness Easy for preparation Non toxicity (safe to human & environment) Long term stability Strong oxidixing ability THE ADVANTAGES: Only utilise UV light
Transcript: Aynur Fahim ENG 204/11 The Effect of the Arab Spring on the Egyptian Economy Purpose of my research Purpose What are the effects of the Arab Spring in the economy in Egypt Research Question Research question The Arab Spring affected the Egyptian economy through many factors, from internal factors such as the government’s role, immigration, and civilians’ status to external factors such as the foreign direct investment (FDI), tourism, and trade Thesis Thesis Why Why this topic Related personally and to my major Interesting Passionate about it How The approach I- Introduction: II- Body: A- The Arab Spring in Egypt 1- The Egyptian Revolution (Background information on the Egyptian revolution and what caused it 2- Political crisis (The political state in Egypt after the Arab Spring) B- The Egyptian Economy Prior to the Arab Spring 1- The Egyptians’ state with the economy prior to the Arab Spring 2- The government’s view and connections regarding the economy prior to the uprising C- The Economic Decline in Egypt After the Arab Spring 1- Facts and Statistics (Facts and statistics regarding the economic decline after the AS) 2- The actions taken by the government regarding the economic decline (After the Arab Spring) III- Conclusion: Research paper outline Outline McCaffrey, P. (2012). The Arab Spring (The reference shelf, v. 84, no. 2). Ipswich, Mass.: H.W. Wilson. Brynen, R. (2012). Beyond the Arab Spring: Authoritarianism & democratization in the Arab world. Boulder, Colo.: Lynne Rienner. Talani, L. (2014). The Arab spring in the global political economy. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. References References Problems Obstacles Sources Focusing on the main points Intersting facts In-depth information Change What I learned What Conclusion Conclusion Ways to improve No Arab Spring, no revolution? Question Question Who founded Heliopolis Sporting club? In what year? Thank you Thank you
Transcript: Welcome Methodology of the presentation Teaching ¿Cuál es la energía potencial que tiene un ascensor de 800 Kg situado a 380 m sobre el suelo? Suponemos que la energía potencial en el suelo es 0. Un pájaro de masa 500 g vuela a una altura de 150 metros a una velocidad de 20 m/s , el pájaro desciende 50 metros y aumenta su velocidad a 25 m/s . Calcular la energía mecánica inicial y final del pájaro Pai Avô The Old Man and the Sea My growth in virtues irmão e irmã Família English SDK Shape of you Learning Presentation Mariana Pineda Bonilla Show and tell In this presentation, I chose to do my presentation differently. In each subject, I'm going to talk about the most difficult learning expectation for me, and then explain why was it difficult . (How to improve for next time?) Also, what did I learn? How did I learn it? To what extent was it useful? Virtues development mamãe Español Upgrade you Computer science Improvement plan This year, ninth grade, was one of the best years in my life. It is better to have quality friends than heaps of friends. I learned that if I propose something to myself. It is important to work hard and make an effort to achieve it and I will be able achieve it. I really what to thank Michelle because she was the best group coordinator/mentor I've ever had. She was and is always there for us. Also my mom, my dad, and my brother, because they were always there, even in the smallest thing. They helped me to get ahead. I really hope you to have a very nice holidays full of blessings and good moments. Love you all so much! Virtues Subject overview Teaching Graphs Achieved Evidences Acknowledgments Energía Systems of equations 7 years Acknowledgments Methodology Good morning, welcome to my last learning expectation of 9th grade! This was an incredible experience for me, full of learning, laughs, love, and achievements. Energía Fuerzas
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