The policies about legal immigration status that they face to be allowed into the United States present quite a challenge for those wanting to come to the U.S. The rules and proper policies are very detailed and all paperwork with fees must be completed properly in order to be processed. The costs that are charged to file the paperwork are costly. This ensures that individuals that want to come to America are serious and committed to being legally immigrated. If I were an individual that was interested in becoming an U.S. citizen, the entire process could be very overwhelming. It would be more frustrating if I did not know and understand the language. That would make the paperwork process extremely difficult. As an immigrant, there are many opportunities and programs that offer assistance to those becoming a citizen.
The United States government should be selective toward the applicants that are allowed into the country. I believe that they should possess some talents that can be used to better themselves as well as the overall country. Many whom come into the country do not wish to become citizens, but only want to work for the allotted time and return to their country. I do not feel that the preference of citizenship should be given to those that show to be the neediest applicants, most oppressed, or the richest. I think that if there is a preference that it should be given to those who possess a specialized skill or talent. Those, whom are educated and established in a career or field of expertise, can be a great benefit to society and the country as a whole. I do not feel that it is proper to give certain countries preference over others. That, in my opinion would be prejudicial and wrong. I feel that if the applicant is abiding to the proper process to obtain citizenship along with paying the required fees that are incurred, then consideration should be given.
...obstacle and the lesson they learned from it. Examples of aspects of how challenges build character include learning to be more responsible and learning to have faith in oneself, depending more on others for support and putting trust in those willing to help, and making a person reevaluate themselves and realize what’s really important in their life.
As humans we make mistakes all the time, but we don’t recognize them as being useful lessons. The mistakes build character and an example of how they build character is by teaching an individual to be more responsible and teaching them to have faith in oneself. Many times in life we don’t know what we are capable of until we are faced with a challenge that brings us out of our comfort zone. As humans, we are forced to rise to the challenge whether mentally or physically. In Crucibles of Leadership, Robert J. Thomas and Warren G. Bennis conclude that what matters most is what one makes of an experience, particularly the traumatic and often unplanned crucible events that challenge one's identity as a leader. Sidney Harman was faced with a difficult situation when his company’s factory in Bolivar, Tennessee, was having a crisis. The crisis had erupted in the polish and buff department; when the workers rebelled because they did not work for a buzzer. Due to this crisis, Harman refurbished the factory by turning it into a kind of campus (Bennis). The...
...Topic: In the current economic climate. What are the biggest challenges and biggest opportunities facing new managers entering Consultation Industry?
Name: WEIJUN, HUANG (Benjamin)
Student No: 4811084
Nowadays, with the economic globalization, the competition has become more and more intense. How to achievement in the changing and superheating age, the firm must have the clearly understand of the market and the professional strategy plan to execute.
Consultant Company as the professional adviser for company or individual for a fee (Szczerba 2014) has played an important role in company support. They establish trusting long-term relationship with the client, and provider the surrounding information, professional data analysis and high-level strategy advice.
The reason why the consultant companies are so professional in giving advice for different companies is that: Firstly, they have many accounting data or they are a huge accounting firm directly. Secondly, they have many professional consulters to face different situation.
Personally, as a MBA student, I dreaming to join the world top 5 consultant companies: 1.McKinsey & Co. 2The Boston Consulting Group 3.Bain & Co.4Booz & Co. 5.Deloitte Consulting LLP (Stott 2012). However, in this economic climate, there is many new manager entering this industry, therefore, there are big challenges and opportunities for...
...company HR has to face many challenges and come up with strategies to face those challenges. With many changes happening in work area, it must be extremely challenging for Human Resource Management to maintain the standard of a company. With many questions in mind such as what can be the reasons human resource facing challenges, what kind of challenges they are facing, and how to overcome those challenges, I started researching on these topics and came up with many articles that provided great amount of information and surveys that provides a clear answer to my questions. This paper is based on the report, “What's Next: Future Global HR Trends” conducted by Mark Schmit, the executive director of the Society of Human Resource Management.
The main purpose of this article
The article “What's Next: Future Global HR Trends” provides an in-depth information of how the changing ‘nature of work and workers’ are challenging the Human Resource Management in adapting to a rapidly changing worker profile, globalization and diversity in the work force, understanding the delicacies of workers’ qualifications, hiring qualified employees while keeping the costs low, retaining and engaging the employees, and coping up with technology changes. The article also contains survey results that show the main challenges Human Resource Management is facing globally, discusses the reasons behind the...
...CHALLENGES IN MANAGING MULTICUTURAL TEAM
Multicultural groups offer various favourable circumstances to global organisations, including profound knowledge of distinctive market products, culturally sensitive customer service and 24-hour work shifts (Kristin et.al, 2006). However those preferences may be exceeded by issues coming from cultural contrasts, which can genuinely impede the competence of a group or actually bring it to a stalemate.
Multicultural teams have gotten to be more normal in our organizations, and contemporary universal management literature reveals that the management of multicultural teams is an imperative part of human resource management (Kristin et.al, 2006). Most recent Research have concentrated on the positive eﬀects of utilizing multicultural teams, for instance, Earley and Mosakowski (2000) expressed that multicultural teams are utilized on the grounds that they are seen to surpass monoculture teams, particularly when performance obliges different skills and judgment.
A multicultural team simply refers to a team which consists of individuals form different culture and this takes place now in different working environment (Jackson, 2002). However, there is a huge focus on the significance of multi-cultural teams. This is teams operating between global businesses that could profit from a vast knowledge and understand that different cultures have an impact on the world of trade. As employment of managers has developed to be...
...university there are different field of studies with different years of each program. It is obvious that new students are going to face further challenges in university. In this case, these challenges could be the burden which can pull them out of the school without completing their studies. This essay will discuss these challenges in condition of financial, social, and academic.
To begin with, financial problems are a majorchallenge for university students includes tuition fee, rent expenses, and text books. Tuition fee is the most common challenge for these students. Though, for some they only take one or two units per semester because of financial problems. The high costs of fee causes many problems for those who are not sponsored. Besides, fee expenses for each semester cost of thousands of dollars. So, tuition fee is a great burden for the unsponsored students.
Furthermore, text books are the most essential property students must have in university. First year students also suffered in buying text books regarding to financial problem. Those who are not sponsored are suffered the most on the high cost of these books. Another challenge is that some of them have not enough money in a pocket. But in this case, such challenges can create lot of troubles in their minds throughout their time in the university.
Moreover, rent is also a challenge for these...
...Women face greater challenges at the workplace. Do you agree or disagree? Write an essay, giving reasons to support your viewpoint.
A photograph recently caught my attention. It was a mother carrying her 18 month old daughter in one hand and a document in the other. What’s special about it? She is a member of the European Parliament, Licia Ronzulli, and this photograph was taken when she was addressing the parliament. This epitomizes modern motherhood, and takes multitasking to new dimensions. Just stringing together the two words “women” and “workplace” automatically conjures the third word in our mind- “Challenge”. But as work places are constantly evolving, what one perceives as a challenge is indeed changing.
A few decades ago nurse, receptionist or secretary was all a working woman could aspire to be. Any woman who dreamed beyond was ridiculed and her integrity was questioned. Corporates viewed women as weaker and less committed than male counterparts. “Lady Candidates Need Not Apply”- was the common last line in job advertisements. Those 5 words in a ‘TELCO’ advertisement sparked Sudha Murthy to send the famous postcard to JRD Tata in 1974 saying “I am surprised how a company such as Telco is discriminating on the basis of gender”. When I first walked through TML factory, I wondered how Sudha would have felt 37 years before, knowing that hers were the first feminine footsteps there. Did she possibly know then...
The Challenge Driven Innovation Process
Sept 12, 2012
A Challenge is a proven approach to solving important problems by leveraging large communities of people who can bring new expertise and diverse perspectives to bear. Challenges are an effective tool for our clients to help foster innovation and solve problems as a pay-for-performance resource coupled with world class technical experts.
Executing a Prize Based Challenge
Our team often employs a two phase approach to executing Prize Based Challenge efforts for our clients. This phased approach allows our clients to launch their open innovation efforts rapidly though two initial ideation challenges and use the results to help tailor the more complex Theoretical challenges in subsequent phases. The structure and timeframe of the three phases of execution for this approach are detailed below.
PHASE 1: Ideation Challenges (Day 1 – Day 90)
Phase 1 consists of training and planning for the overall effort as well as the execution of two ideation challenges. Ideation challenges are the most basic form of prize based challenges which pose a broad question formulated to obtain access to new ideas. Ideation challenges have been used successfully by NASA, AFRL and other DoD...
...University life can be a great experience. It can be fun and educational and, on the other hand, full of hardships. First-year students at university face a lot of challenges. These challenges can be divided into groups of which three are making adjustments, security and being lost.
First-year students have to make a lot of adjustments. Students face difficulty in adjusting to a completely new lifestyle. University life is totally different from living at home and going to high school. For example, many students are living alone and adjusting to being alone is difficult. Furthermore, students get a lot of freedom since they are renting or living alone. They have to adjust otherwise they will find themselves moving adrift from their studies. Too much freedom also leads to getting involved with wrong crowds. Thus, the new way of life is difficult to adjust to.
The learning methods used at university is different from what it used to be at high school. Students find it difficult to fit in to this learning environment. At university, students have to attend lectures whereby a lecturer comes and discusses everything from the front. Students also have to do a lot by themselves, which they find difficult since they are used to the spoon feeding which they received at high school. Study workload is also immense therefore students have to stick to a strict timetable. Therefore, learning methods are difficult to adapt to for first-year students....