Respond in 75 words
To what extent does gender, sexual orientation, race, and/or ethnicity influence opportunities and obstacles in a person’s life? What role do you see gender, sexual orientation, race, and/or ethnicity playing in society and making possible influences in a person’s life?
(Note: You can answer one or more of the categories. For example, you could just talk about gender or you could talk about gender and race.)
When following up on your post to another student, please remember to create a post that advances the discussion. Some ideas to advance the discussion include the following: compare and contrast your own story of social mobility, offer links or articles to further the discussion, ask a question, or apply concepts from the unit to the discussion.
- Professionalism in the Workplace
If you were to start a new job, what benefit would be most important to you, and why? In your responses to your peers, please expand on their answer.
- Organizational Communication
Bill Gates believes that how information flows will make the largest impact on organizational change (Krovi, Chandra, & Rajogopalan, 2003). In your discussion response, indicate how communication could drive change in an organization. Why is it important to manage this change?
- Personal Computer
Microsoft PowerPoint 2016 has many new and improved features. What do you think is the most beneficial feature in PowerPoint 2016? Explain why, and give a brief description of how this might help you.
- Managing Complex Projects
The topic of women in leadership roles has been heavily debated for years. From political roles to securing higher-level roles within corporations, there seems to be an inconsistency of women holding these positions. This week’s lesson discusses not only this gender bias but also the glass cliff. Discuss your perspective on both of these concepts, including some level of discussion around how companies (large and small) can empower women in all roles throughout an organization. Bring in examples to support your rationale, and respond to fellow student posts.