Remembering “The Good Old Days”

Remembering “The Good Old Days”

Technology Apple Mission and Vision Apple’s current mission statement is radically different from the mission statement that Apple creator Steve Jobs instituted. As of the writing of this paper, Apple’s mission is, “Apple designs Macs, the best personal computers in the world, along with OS X, iWork, iLife, and professional software. In addition, Apple leads the digital music revolution with its iPods and iTunes online store. (Sepherteladze, 2015) Apple has reinvented the mobile phone with its revolutionary iPhone and App…

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Leadership: Servant Leader

Leadership: Servant Leader

Servant Leadership Lately, I have been asking myself this question: Am I a leader that satisfies my own interests or a leader that serves others without concern for my own personal gain? Servant leadership involves not only the action of doing something to help or improve the lives of others but also having a heart of service. For me a leader is not a leader if he/she does not understand that service is the main strength of a leader. A…

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Marketing: The Cola War

Marketing: The Cola War

The Cola Wars The Cola Wars Continue is a very thought-provoking reading. It is not only the battle between two of the most influential carbonated soft drinks that sell millions worldwide and in the US but also the war between two of the most powerful and influential companies that are constantly questing for the monopoly or alternatives to remain competitive. Of course, there is no doubt that throughout the years, Coke has demonstrated a certain range of competitive advantage over…

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Is The World Flat?

Is The World Flat?

Is The World Really Flat? Since the creation of the Internet and Netscape, the world has been impacted considerably, not only how individuals interact with one another but also how their lives have been improved. It has also changed the way globalization function, the way it is now and the way globalization will be. Certainly, individuals cannot avoid that this world is improving and evolving significantly. However, could this new world where people are living now be level or flat?…

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Are you a Chicken or an Eagle?

Are you a Chicken or an Eagle?

Ken Johnson… I am so pleased to talk about Rev. Ken Johnson. He qualified and meets all the standards of an excellent leader and an implacable person. He has been contributing with the community in general and he is an example for many African Americans. His contributions as a leader and service in America society have been remarkable and have caused an impact for those who have the pleasure to meet him or hear him. His recent book “Be an…

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Technology: Biometric Security

Technology: Biometric Security

Biometrics is a very interesting topic when we refer to security, and many people may think that is a recent advancement. However, biometrics has existed since 29000 BC when a prehistoric man would sign his drawings with handprints. Also, in 500 BC in the Babylonian empire they use fingerprints as a way to sign their business transactions. The word biometrics is a fusion that comes from two words: bio, meaning life, and metric, meaning measure. Biometrics is considered a science…

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Leadership Philosophy

Leadership Philosophy

Leadership Philosophy When I think about leadership I think in a long-life process. You don’t need to be born, leadership instead can be learned. But leadership is never understood until you realize that there is need in others or in a situation to be change. Leadership does not only involve an individual to take the role of a leader but also to meet certain characteristics that leaders are and leaders have. Throughout my life I have always be amazed on…

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“The Great Storyteller”

“The Great Storyteller”

Steve Jobs The picture is of Steve Jobs giving a speech about Apple’s advancements in technology. He uses different body language techniques, which gives the audience a better understanding of the topic. For example, the angle of his body and his erect posture make the impression that he is enthusiastic and full of energy. He is does not look tired or bored. That helps the audience be more involved. The position of his head makes him appear self-assured and secure,…

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