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Stephen Holliday Certified Educator The question of positive and negative effects of war is primarily dependent upon the nature of a particular war, but one can argue with certainty that all wars have disastrous effects on both the combatants and civilians, and a few wars have some positive outcomes.
The issue might be better phrased as, "Is a particular war justified by its potential benefits? The question of positive and negative effects of war is primarily dependent upon the nature of a particular war, but one can argue with certainty that all wars have disastrous effects on both the combatants and civilians, and a few wars have some positive outcomes.
The approximately 8 million Jews who were killed by the Nazis would have been only a minor number had the Nazi regime succeeded in its goal of controlling western and eastern Europe.
To stop this movement, those who opposed the Nazi ideology went to war, but in the process of defeating the Nazis and the Japanesea staggering number of civilians were killed, wounded and displaced.
In addition, the number of killed and wounded combatants, on all sides, is staggering. Although one can argue this war had to be fought, the human cost is actually unknowable.
All wars have benefits, the principal two being technological advances and advances in medical science. War accelerates both technological and medical advances because all sides are attempting to invent better ways of killing and better methods of preserving the lives of combatants, and some of these advances benefit the civilian populations, assuming they survive the war.
It is reasonable to conclude that all wars are bad, but, in rare cases, war is forced upon the participants by the actions of one or all parties. It is also reasonable to believe that the negative effects of war, in all cases, far exceed the potential benefits.
The fact is, there are no good wars. There are only wars that are less bad than others. If you interviewed a thousand combatants in various wars, you would find it difficult to find any who would want to go through combat a second time.To understand how culture affects leadership, we need to have a working model for both concepts.
ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE. I instinctively know when I’m in a situation where the prevailing culture affects my ability to get things done. Being able to define the culture of an organization will help you to work out the chances of being able to.
Hydroelectric power includes both massive hydroelectric dams and small run-of-the-river plants, both of which have associated environmental impacts. How Positive and Negative Feedback Motivate Goal Pursuit Ayelet Fishbach1*, Tal Eyal2, and Stacey R.
Finkelstein1 1 University of Chicago 2 Ben Gurion University Abstract This article explores the feedback individuals give, seek, and respond to in the course of pursuing.
Good vs Bad Leadership. and from your negative approach, they most likely know to not stand up; they were taught to listen and defer to you; and to wait for your decision. Also, if they do not trust you, they may be highly trepidatious about revealing how or why they do something, or even that there is a deficiency from another group.
In the present research we report results from two experimental studies that examine how feedback about leadership potential impacts leadership ambition, organizational commitment, and performance.
Review Paper: Leadership styles Nanjundeswaraswamy T. S.* and Swamy D. R. leadership style is necessary to reduce the attrition rate. From the effective leadership styles only it is possible to achieve organizational goal productively. contingent reward or the more negative active or passive forms of management-by-exception.