1.Every profession is changing with unnerving speed. Part of it is due to electronic and other technology and part of it is due to the constantly shifting demands of consumers. It is probable that your current profession or the one that you aspire to will change dramatically in the future. In a well-constructed essay, explain what your chosen profession will likely look like in 10 years and what you intend to do, other than completing your MBA, to prepare for the changes.
Question 2. Question :
Diversity in the workplace can be a contentious issue. Some people say that minorities should be accommodated by offering them special considerations. Others claim that the workplace should be a “melting pot” and that minorities should assimilate and follow the dominant workplace culture. In a well-considered argument, explain how you feel about the matter and why.
Question 3. Question :
As change occurs in organizations, people sometimes look to the past for guidance on how to react to it. Other people discard the past as unimportant as new values and behaviors are required under changing circumstances. Take a firm stance on either side of this issue and make your point. A middle-ground position is unacceptable.
Question 4. Question :
It has been said in this course that the most effective approach to leadership is situational, that the characteristics or traits approach is no longer considered valid. Make a case for either side of the argument using your own professional experiences to make your point.