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1. Evaluate the overall importance of the National Labor Relations Board. Next, summarize the pertinent details of the case that you have selected, and give your opinion of the Board’s decision and the fairness of the outcome. Support your response with specific details from the selected case.
2. Evaluate the overall importance of OSHA. Next, give your opinion of whether OSHA offers enough protection or overregulates the safety of workers. Support your response with specific details from the selected news story.
3. Think about two (2) organizations for which you have worked or were associated, or two (2) in which you are interested, or two (2) with which you are familiar. Analyze their organizational culture. Describe the significant differences in your leadership style as you implement the change in each organization. Explain how the differences in organizational culture would impact your leadership style.
4. View the video titled “John Kotter – Resistance to Change” (3 min 36 s) below. You may also view the video at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wdroj6F3VlQ. Conclude whether or not Kotter believes that all individuals who are resistant to change can gradually be “won over” in cases of significant change. Discuss the implications, according to Kotter, of resistance to the change process.
5. Create a scenario or event in an organization (i.e., safety, training, or another issue) using a low-quality after-action review. Next, speculate on the major negative effects within the organization if the same scenario or event were to reoccur. Support your response with at least two (2) examples of the identified negative effects.
6. Watch the video titled “AAR (After Action Review) Definition & Explanation” (2 min 43 s), located below. You may also view the video athttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2NI_P0JkC-8. Next, using the reoccurrence of the scenario or event from part one of the discussion, change the low-quality to a high-quality after-action review. Then, suggest the most important lessons-learned using the high-quality after-action review method as an adopted business practice.