Dimension Essay Topics

Social Style

As anyone who’s ever worked with others can tell you, people approach their jobs in a variety of ways. Some people think and act quickly, while others like to take more time; some people are more friendly and sociable, while others are more reserved. At times, these differences can create freshness, balance, interesting relationships and… View Article

Cultural Profile; Hofstede’s 5 Dimensions

One of the main influences that shapes people’s traits is culture. Culture can be seen as unwritten rules of how we do particular things different from one human group to another and therefore culture separates groups of people (Geert Hofstede). This applies to all kind of groups, such as national, but also organizational. In this… View Article

Engineering Drawing – Dimensioning and Sectioning

Terminology * Dimension lines: Lines located between extension lines ending with an arrow and to include a numerical value. They should be spaced uniformly approximately .375 to .500 inches apart. * Extension lines: Extend away from a view to indicate a size or location constraint origin. When extension lines cross object or extension lines, no… View Article

Johnson and Johnson

After reviewing the Johnson & Johnson website I discovered that they had several of the 12 Dimensions of Business Innovation. Of the 12 dimensions, I will identify 6 that I found on the website. The first one that immediately stood out would be the Offerings dimension, which is defined as “developing innovative products and services”… View Article

Unreality of Time

If you have problems on deadlines and commitments or sometimes you wish for a twenty-fifth hour in a day or for an eighth day in a week, then do not worry because you are not alone. However, you can still do something on that most valuable resource which Time Management Tips for a College StudentThis… View Article

Segmentation, Targeting, and Positioning

Segmentation, targeting, and positioning together comprise a three stage process. We first (1) determine which kinds of customers exist, then (2) select which ones we are best off trying to serve and, finally, (3) implement our segmentation by optimizing our products/services for that segment and communicating that we have made the choice to distinguish ourselves… View Article

Geert Hofstede Organization Culture

I. Analysis Every one of us already realizes and knows that we are living in a global age. Technology has brought everyone much closer together. This means that people of different cultures find themselves working together and communicating more and more. This is exciting, but it can also be frustrating and fraught with uncertainty. How… View Article

Four Season Goes to Paris

This case study presents a clear example of the two simultaneous challenges of entering the global market with a well established brand and culture. The first challenge, and one that might seem obvious, is that of understanding the culture with which you hope to create a successful partnership of sorts, and the second challenge is… View Article

Expansion and contraction of matter

Thermal Expansion and Contraction Most of the matters, without some exceptions, expand with the increasing temperature. When you give heat to matters; speed of its particles increase and distance between them also increase which results in the increase of the volumes of matters. All expansions occurs in volume of the substance however, sometimes some of… View Article

Cross Cultural Communication

A country that was annexed by another country is sure to have exchanged or been impacted culturally and in many other aspects. An excellent example of this could be the British India. India was ruled over by Britishers for almost 350 years. Therefore, many traits and systems in India today are derived from the time… View Article

Journal Article Critique “From common to uncommon Knowledge: Foundations of Firm-specific use of Knowledge as a Resource”

Research question: “How can managers create uncommon knowledge when rivals have access to similar, commonly available knowledge?” (page 425) Author’s purpose: The importance of knowledge is well established in research. The knowledge-based theory considers knowledge as the most strategically significant resource of a firm. Notwithstanding, the authors illustrate that it is not known much about… View Article

PLTW Intro to Engineering Final Study Guide

Arbitration- The hearing and determination of a dispute or the settling of differences between parties by a person or persons chosen or agreed to by them. Asymmetry- Symmetry in which both halves of a composition are not identical. Also referred to as informal balance. Cabinet Pictorial- Oblique pictorial where depth is represented as half scale… View Article

International and Intercultural Communication

International and Intercultural Communications have been of great interest to the Hofstede Centre for many years. In fact Geert Hofstede’s dimensions of culture have been the most widely disseminated of all theories. Hofstede’s five cultural dimensions are, “1) Power Distance, 2) Individualism or Collectivism, 3) Masculinity-Femininity, 4) Uncertainty Avoidance, and 5) Short or Long Term… View Article

Cultural Diffusion, Space-Time Compression and the Limitations on Spatial Interaction

“Globalization in a Bottle” and “The Tipping Point– Three Rules of Epidemics” Chapter 1 Basic Concepts Essay Question: How do the two articles relate to Chapter One: Basic Concepts through cultural diffusion, the limitation of spatial interaction, and space-time compression? Whilst reading “Globalization in a Bottle” and “The Tipping Point– Three Rules of Epidemics” three… View Article

Eco/561pr – Economics

In modern society people desire goods and services that provide a more comfortable or affluent standard of living. We want bottled water, soft drinks, and fruit juices, not just water from the creek. We want salads, burgers, and pizzas, not just berries and nuts. According to MC-Connell (2008) “Economics, which is the social science concerned… View Article

Product Mix

What Is a Product Mix? Product mix, also known as product assortment, refers to the total number of product lines that a company offers to its customers. For example, a small company may sell multiple lines of products. Sometimes, these product lines are fairly similar, such as dish washing liquid and bar soap, which are… View Article