We have spoken about management’s functions. How is the fish-tank organized? How do the fish in the tank get behind the cause? Explain how Gill (the leader of the tank) exhibited great managerial strengths.
We have spoken about management’s functions
Watch “Finding Nemo”
We have spoken about management’s functions. How is the fish-tank organize? How do the fish in the tank get behind the cause? Explain how Gill (the leader of the tank) exhibited great managerial strengths. These were focus vision, good planning, analysis skills, and good delegation.
Provide an example of a successful project where you have seen these traits. How would you have executed differently?
Your paper should be double-spaced with one-inch margins in 12 point Time New Roman font. It should be 500 – 750 words (excluding tables, graphs, and references). The paper should be in paragraph form (no bullet points, numbering, etc.). You are to use outside sources for this assignment and be sure to properly cite them according to MLA or APA format. Essays will be graded on spelling, grammar, and organization. You may use the grading rubric (which is in the file located in the Writing Assignment module) to critically self-evaluate your essay.
This movie dares to tackle some very important issues, some for children, but some that even parents could benefit from. The idea of accepting someone because they’re different or believing that you can still do anything despite physical handicaps, is a message that everyone should listen to. Looking over all of the adventures that Nemo has, he really can do anything that he sets his mind to. Even more profound, though, is the idea of over-parenting.
And we hear it summed up so well by Dory, the most unlikely character to deliver such a message, when she says, “Well, you can’t never let anything happen to him. Then nothing would ever happen to him.” As much as we’d like to keep our kids confined so they’re safe, we also have to learn to let go. Notice how at the end, when Marlin does let him go to school, Nemo swims back to say, “I love you, dad.”