Ecology of Place bibliography

 

 

 

Choose an essay or article about a controversial issue from the Ecology of Place bibliography in a topic area you’re interested in, one you haven’t read before, and read the essay sympathetically and critically. You my also choose to use one of this week’s critical readings by Powell.

Read the description below and the SEE ATTACHED FILE Also, you may check out the following example:

http://oregonstate.edu/instruct/phl201/modules/rhetorical-precis/sample/peirce_sample_precis_click.html (Links to an external site.)

 

NEXT РAfter you complete your pr̩cis,

1.) write two questions at issue suggested by the reading

(2. Determine which question type each one is. (Review Crosswhite’s Reading, Reasoning and Writing, pages 4-8 )

Question at issue 1 ____________________________________________________________________________________ Question type_________________________________
Question at issue 2 ____________________________________________________________________________________ Question type_________________________________

 

 

 

Sample Solution

oing now to training, organizations normally see the training process as a systematic approach to developing and enhancing the skills and capabilities of the workers in a way that would add value to the organization. According to Gerber (2000) the complex nature of the business in the twenty first century calls for highly qualified and competent workforces. Furthermore, Gerber (2000) claimed that work has become more demanding and requiring for a ‘smarter’ workforce. Consequently, the organization may respond to these external pressures by harnessing the skills and capabilities of the workforces, which may be achieved by designing and facilitating training programs for the workforces.

Fundamentally, effective training programs and approaches would guarantee that organization’s workforces are equipped with the appropriate knowledge and information to efficiently perform their tasks (Acton & Golden 2003). Subsequently, trained and efficient workforces tend to produce better results than workforces that have not undergone training. Resultantly, overall productivity and efficiency may be improved and sustained on a long-term basis. Moreover, organizations also rely on training to cascade new initiatives. For example, organizations attempting to introduce new concepts, such as total quality management (TQM) and other programs tend to conduct training sessions to introduce the new concept to the members of the organization. In addition, organizations extract benefits from conducting trainings among staffs. Acton and Golden (2003) explained that providing training opportunities to employees help in: increasing employee satisfaction; increasing sense of belongingness and benefits; improving employee commitment to the organization; updating of skills; and strengthening the organization’s competitiveness. In relation, commonly used training techniques include audio-visual based training, computer-based training, electronic performance support system, and the distance, Internet-based training (Acton and Golden 2003). Organizations normally use a combination of these approaches to enforce learning.