Change leaders and change agents have specific roles in the planning and implementation of change processes

Change leaders and change agents have specific roles in the planning and implementation of change processes. Summarize the different tasks associated with each and provide references to substantiate your major points.

Have you ever been either a change leader or a change agent? If so, how did the culture of the organization influence your approach? If not, create a hypothetical scenario with you as a change leader and describe how the culture may influence your approach.

Be sure to support your discussion with at least 3 references plus reference from Spector, R. (2010). Implementing Organizational Change

Analyze personal and contextual factors that promote identity development in young adults and explain the close link between a young adult’s identity development and cognitive processes or a young adult’s identity development related to career and family.

Your final product will be a 3- to 5-page Microsoft Word document written in APA format. You will utilize at least three scholarly sources. Your paper should be written in a clear, concise, and organized manner; demonstrate ethical scholarship in accurate representation and attribution of sources; and display accurate spelling, grammar, and punctuation.
Tasks:
Analyze personal and contextual factors that promote identity development in young adults and explain the close link between a young adult’s identity development and cognitive processes or a young adult’s identity development related to career and family. Include a discussion on what clinical mental health counselors might consider when working with young adults and recommend treatment goals that synthesize theories and models of individual, cultural, couple, family, and community resilience to address a young adult client’s system.
Your document should be written in APA format. Your document should be written in a clear, concise, and organized manner; demonstrate ethical scholarship in accurate representation and attribution of sources; and display accurate spelling, grammar, and punctuation.

Major pros and cons of a reward system are pretty simple and clear

Major pros and cons of a reward system are pretty simple and clear. Pro, getting students to do what you need them to do. Con, the students then want something in return when the teacher asks them to do something. These are the two main pros and cons that every teacher today has to deal with. Students always want something for nothing. But, when it comes to a competition, sometimes that can have pros and cons as well. Like a team effort kind of project. Say the teacher separates the class into four groups, and has one prize for the group that finishes on time first. The students will work hard, that is not a doubt, but students will also work dirty and find ways to sabotage the other students. This is where the cons come in. Students that are competitive are going to want to win at any cost, and sometimes this kind of thing can turn ugly, and this is where the teacher needs to set some ground rules to keep things clean. Teachers can always convince a student to do their homework in a different language and win a candy bar, or a day of free homework pass. Problem is, students are going to start expecting this kind of reward for their efforts. I believe the reward system should be carefully used, and make sure that ground rules are set, or the teacher is going to find themselves being walked all over by their very own students.

During World War Two, which polices helped labor unions and which policies limited the power of labor unions?

During World War Two, which polices helped labor unions and which policies limited the power of labor unions? two paragraph

Phipps, S., Prieto, L., & Ndinguri, E. (2013). Understanding the impact of Employee Involvement on Organizational Productivity: The Moderating Role of Organizational Commitment. Journal of Organizational Culture, Communications & Conflict, 17(2), 107-120.

Using the CSU Online Library, read the following article from the Business Source Complete database:
Phipps, S., Prieto, L., & Ndinguri, E. (2013). Understanding the impact of Employee Involvement on Organizational Productivity: The Moderating Role of Organizational Commitment. Journal of Organizational Culture, Communications & Conflict, 17(2), 107-120.
 Write a summary of the article. Include the purpose for the article, how research was conducted (if any), the results, and other pertinent information. How does the article relate to what you are learning in this course?
 Discuss the meaning or implications of the article’s contents, as well as any flaws you find in the article. What could have made the article better? Was any information left out?
 How could the author expand on the results? Does the article’s information relate to your professional or personal life? How?
Your review must be a minimum of 700 words, not counting the cover page and reference page. All sources used, including the textbook, must be referenced using proper APA formatting; paraphrased and quoted material must have accompanying citations.

how technology is utilized in the venue,

We have discussed various types of venues within the hospitality industry. Please choose one of the venues that is of the
most interest to you and write a research paper of no less than three pages, not including the title page and references, covering the following topics:
 how technology is utilized in the venue,
 career opportunities within the venue,
 marketing strategies within the venue,
 how positive and poor customer service can affect consumer behavior within the venue,
 the importance of competent communication and decision making in the venue, and
 how the concept of control is used in the venue.
Please be certain that all references, including your textbook, are cited properly using APA format.

It is incumbent on the researcher to clearly define the target population. Sometimes, the entire population is small enough to be included in the study. In other instances, the population is too large for the researcher to attempt to survey all of its members

Sampling Methodology
It is incumbent on the researcher to clearly define the target population. Sometimes, the entire population is small enough to be included in the study. In other instances, the population is too large for the researcher to attempt to survey all of its members. Therefore, a small, but carefully chosen sample is used to represent the population. The sample is the actual group targeted either directly or indirectly and reflects the characteristics of the population from which it is drawn.
Using the Internet, research, analyze, and select at least two articles on sampling methodology used in public health research studies.
Note: The articles should not be more than two years old.
Based on the articles identified, create a 2- to 3-page Microsoft Word document that includes the following:
A synopsis on the perspective of the sampling methodology used in your selected articles related to public health research studies.
Your opinion on whether the sampling method used in each of your chosen articles is appropriate for its target population. Justify your response.
An explanation of the potential advantages and disadvantages of the sampling plan used in your selected articles.
Support your responses with examples.
Cite any sources in APA format.