JOB SCOPES OF COMMITTEE MEMBERS
[Journey towards Greener, Sustainable, and Productive Industry]
Plan the program
Ensure the program to be held successfully
Instruct the committees and assign duties
Monitor the tasks of deputy director, secretary and treasurer
Manage all the related activities during the absence of director Help director to plan the program
Monitor all the tasks of the committee members
Prepare the documents and letters under surveillance of the director. Prepare minutes of meetings, activity reports and report the entire program
Help the secretary in preparing the documents and letters Help the secretary in preparing the minutes of meetings and activity reports
Responsible for management of budget allocated for the program to be more systematic and organized. Knowing the cash flow, income and expenditure of the progam
Prepare the budgetary report for the program.
PUBLIC RELATIONS & CORPORATE AFFAIR
Responsible in communication with the partners of program Become the representative to be contacted by partners
FOOD AND SOUVENIRS
Fully responsible in the catering of food and drinks for the participants and speakers Refer the units and modules to prepare suitable food and beverages. Do the certificates for participants
Prepare the souvenirs for guests
Assist the units which have shortage of manpower
Be ready to accept contingent assignment
LOGISTIC AND ACCOMMODATION
Prepare the necessary technical equipment for the program
Prepare equipment layout and program necessities.
Responsible for accommodation during program
SPONSORSHIP AND PUBLISITY
Finding sponsorship for the program
Do documentation and record programs.
TENTATIVE AND PRTOCOL
Ensure the right activity to be held in time planned
Coordinate the program to ensure it runs smoothly...
Achieving Competitive Advantage
Jeffrey K. Pinto
PROJECT PROFILE — Airbus A380: Plane of the Future or Enormous White Elephant?
5.1 CONCEPTUAL DEVELOPMENT
The Statement of Work
5.2 THE SCOPE STATEMENT
The Work Breakdown Structure
Purpose of the Work Breakdown Structure
The Organization Breakdown Structure
The Responsibility Assignment Matrix
5.3 WORK AUTHORIZATION
5.4 SCOPE REPORTING
Project Management Research in Brief: IT Project Failure – Burying Our Heads in the Sand
5.5 CONTROL SYSTEMS
5.6 PROJECT CLOSEOUT
Case Study 5.1: Calcutta’s Metro
Case Study 5.2: Project Management at Dotcom.com
Cas Study 5.3: Runaway Scope – The Bradley Fighting Vehicle
Integrated Project – Developing the Work Breakdown Structure
...JOB DESIGN AND TECHNIQUES OF JOB DESIGN
A job can be defined as the set of tasks and responsibilities of a worker. These tasks and responsibilities, along with performance expectations, work conditions (time and place of work), general skills, and possibly methods to be used, are normally contained in a written job description. There is no set formula for designing jobs that will best fit a production system.
Also, a job is also reffered to an activity, often regular, and often performed in exchange for payment. A person usually begins a job by becoming an employee,volunteering, or starting a business. The duration of a job may range from an hour (in the case of odd jobs) to a lifetime (in the case of some judges). The activity that requires a person's mental or physical effort is work (as in "a day's work"). If a person is trained for a certain type of job, they may have a profession. The series of jobs a person holds in their life is their career.
Types Of Job
There are a variety of jobs: full time, part time, temporary, odd jobs, seasonal, self-employment.
People might have a chosen occupation for which they have received training or a degree.
Those who do not hold down a steady job may do odd jobs or be unemployed....
...Inherit the Wind vs. Scopes Monkey Trial
Bert Cates and John T. Scopes. Two very different people portrayed as one person. One thought the law was unjust and thought that people should be allowed to teach/learn whatever they want while the other just volunteered to test the unjust law and went to trial for it. Inherit the Wind and the Scopes Monkey Trial have a lot of differences. Although the authors told the readers that the play isn’t history, it is easy to tell that the play is inspired by the Scopes Monkey Trial. Changes had to be made to the play or else the play would get boring. Changes in the play added drama, thrill, and excitement. But most importantly, it helped readers better understand the main idea behind the Scope Trial. The changes that were made were all for the best. The changes made the readers think deeper and affected how readers thought. One who learns about the Scopes Monkey Trial and then reads “Inherit the Wind” wouldn’t have the same thoughts. However, the cores of the two are the same. The trial and the play are very different on the outside and similar on the inside and for that reason, it impacts our development of the characters, conflict, and also of the big ideas.
Many changes were made to the play that didn’t happen in the actual Trial in Dayton, Tennessee. One of the many changes that added dramatic effect was just the location of the Trial. In the...
...In a tiny courtroom in the county of Dayton Tennessee, the jury settled into their seats, ready to return the verdict in the most controversial case of the 1920's, the scopes "monkey" trial. Up to this point, the trial itself had been a media spectacle; the lawyers, the witnesses, even the defendant had become media icons in the commercialism of the twenties. The trial itself was set up to be a media demonstration to challenge the constitutionality of the butler act. This act prohibited the teaching of "any theory that denies the story of the divine creation of man as taught in the bible," and in particular, the theory of evolution. the American civil liberties union petitioned for a teacher to challenge this statute; john Thomas scopes, the local high school track coach and science teacher accepted the challenge and stood trial for teaching evolution the previous spring. Over the course of the trial Charles Darrow and William Jennings Bryan, the attorneys on the case, debated each other profusely. Eventually Bryan even testified to the truth of the biblical story, even though he was massacred by Darrow upon examination. Despite all that the trial stood for, the most lasting aspect of the trial was that it brought the media into the courtroom, and the courtroom into the daily life of the American citizen.
The most common association with the trial is as an example of the debates that raged during the 1920's; this case...
...authoritative or governmental personnel, or at different organizations and all of their followers. They had a major influence on the population of the city of Dayton, Tennessee, the entire nation, but most prominently on the Scopes trial itself. Many different kinds of political cartoons were aimed at many different ideas and people during the course of the trial and even in the years after the trial occurred. Political cartoons became a very popular way of expressing contempt or disappointment in the government and in other organizations and people surrounding the trial. Some of these cartoons targeted the city/town of Dayton, Tennessee as a whole, some targeted specific people, while others targeted groups of people or beings.
An example of a cartoon targeting the city of Dayton, Tennessee is shown in example 1. This cartoon was written by Knott and was published in the Dallas News, a local newspaper in Dallas, Texas. In the cartoon, the man represents the city of Dayton and he is using the music box (the scopes trial) and the monkey as publicity to make money for the city. The city of Dayton is using the trial as a publicity stunt and "Playing it for all it's worth." This was also meant to say that the city would keep on going with collecting money off the Scopes Trial tourists until they either had no market and more or until they were run off by officers of a higher ranking than themselves.
An example of a cartoon...
...Scopes Monkey Trial
Scopes Monkey Trial
Is teaching evolution to children a negative thing? In 1925, there was a trial that took place that has been questioned whether or not the trial was real or staged made to look real. The name of the famous American case is The State of Tennessee vs. John Thomas Scopes, which had become commonly known as theScopes Monkey Trial. A high school teacher, known as John Scopes, was accused of violating Tennessee's Butler Act, which made it unlawful to teach evolution in any state-funded school. What many do not know is that this trial all the way down to the arrest was planned from the very beginning.
The trial and the planning for this event took place in Dayton, Ohio. The planning started at a local drug store owned by Fred Robinson. “George Rappalyea, a 31-year-old transplanted New Yorker and local coal company manager, arrived at the drugstore with a copy of a paper containing an American Civil Liberties Union announcement that it was willing to offer its services to anyone challenging the new Tennessee anti-evolution statute” (Linder, 2000). Rappalyea, a modernist Methodist with contempt for the new law, argued to other town leaders that a trial would be a way of putting Dayton on the map. As others listened to Rappalyea, including School Superintendent Walter White,...
...blasphemy. These traditionalists took the word of the Bible as exact and literal. Nowhere was the conflict between these two parties more highlighted than in the Scopes Trial in Tennessee. John Scopes, a schoolteacher, had been arrested for teaching the theory of evolution to his students. He was eventually convicted (but later released), demonstrating the firm hold that Fundamentalism still had on this country, while also emphasizing the new ways of thinking that had begun to appeal to Americans.
Fundamentalism attributed to the growing rift between rural ("old") and urban ("new") areas. Fundamentalists were very conservative. They believed in a very literal interpretation of the Bible, and therefore were strongly opposed to Charles Darwin's theory of evolution. Fundamentalists that lived in rural areas saw city dwellers as sinful and disgusting. Since the fundamentalists lived so closely with nature and so far away from the rapidly growing cities, it was difficult for them to abandon their viewpoints for new developments and theories in science. William Jennings Bryan was the leader of the fundamentalists. The fundamentalists had attempted to eliminate the teaching of evolution in schools, and had been moderately successful. This led to the "Scopes Trial." Clarence Darrow represented Scopes. Darrow did an excellent job at showing the nation just how outdated the fundamentalist frameset of mind was....
...Traditionalist vs. the Modernist
We live in a society that is continuously surrounded with conflict between religion and way of life. From the very beginning of time, there has always been a battle between the values of religion and those of the individual. During the era of Jesus, they were in a dilemma of following the basic laws of Judaism that had already become outdated by about two thousand years or those of the Romans. Since the development of science in more recent years, issues such as these have come even more into light and relevance. Today the world fights topics such as homosexual marriages and abortion. In 1925, these conflicting ideas were different but on a similar topic, evolution. In the case of Tennessee vs. John Scopes, “the Monkey Trial,” the recent discoveries of Charles Darwin had brought into question, are we related to monkeys? Even though the Butler Act was not scientific and not based on truth, its purpose was to maintain the traditional lifestyles that had been practiced for centuries.
The early twenties were a time of drastic change in the mind of individuals. During this era there was an establishment of two different groups of people, the traditionalist and the modernist. The traditionalist group was older individuals that felt that everything that was valuable and important previously in life was coming to an end. Modernist were those individuals that were younger and did not care about the judgments and opinions...