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Case Study

Atlantic Waterfowl Celebration Case Study Review

This article will review the case study written by Fullerton (1995) about the Atlantic Waterfowl Celebration (AWC), a non-profit organization that held the annual waterfowl ecotourism festival with the same name. The case study takes on the perspective of Carol Currie and Lew Clarke, which were the leaders of the […]

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Human Resource Management

Effective Onboarding Strategy

Recruitment process does not stop after a candidate is hired. New employees are prone to a high attrition level which leads to companies creating an onboarding process. Although formal onboarding has been shown to dramatically boost employee happiness and retention, many businesses lack effective onboarding procedures that would aid new […]

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Situational Leadership

Perrow (1970) suggested that leaders’ characteristics play an insignificant role in determining the effectiveness of organizational leadership compared to the structural features of the organization. This statement encapsulates the basic assumption of situational leadership. Vroom and Jago (2007) elaborated on the statement by noticing three reasons why leaders’ characteristics are […]

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Strategic Management

External Environment for United Airlines

External Environment for United Airlines For any company, the external environment consists of a set of external circumstances and forces that can affect the organization (Kennedy, 2020). As one of the biggest US airline company, the external environment for United Airlines consists of numerous factors, such as fuel cost, government […]

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Management Information System and Technology

Data, Information, and Knowledge for Organizational Competitive Advantage

Data, Information, and Knowledge In daily conversation, the words data, information, and knowledge are commonly used interchangeably. However, in the context of information systems, the three words have a separate meanings. Bourgeois, (2019) defined data as raw unprocessed facts, that may be devoid of context or purpose, while information is […]