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Unpaid internships benefit some more than others | The Quinnipiac Chronicle

Unpaid internships benefit some more than others | The Quinnipiac Chronicle | Management of Organizations | Scoop.it
Students who have an internship in college have a greater chance of finding a job before graduation, according to a recent research conducted by the National
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This article discusses how internships do not benefit everyone. It  provides research and the different viewpoints / opinions educators  and students concerning internships. Research shows a low percentage of interns securing a full-time job at the organization, and suggests more success will come from getting a low level job and working your way up. Assistant Dean of Career Development for the School of Health Sciences Cynthia Christie feels internships provide a valuable learning experience even if it is not paid or guarantees a job after. Behavioral neuroscience major Ashley feels internships let a students hands to get dirty in a potential field, that seeing how things work in person are more practical than reading about it in a book. A junior named Javon Andrews thinks that internships should provide equal compensation for the time you sacrifice. The article concludes that people thinking about participating in an internship they should make sure they are getting some compensation either paid, or school credit for their effort.

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Luttrell on Leadership: Building a team that can execute a plan - North Bay Business Journal

Luttrell on Leadership: Building a team that can execute a plan - North Bay Business Journal | Management of Organizations | Scoop.it
Luttrell on Leadership: Building a team that can execute a plan
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What I got from this is that effective companies are composed of formal and informal groups which have skilled members who all strive for high levels of performance, morale. An effective group has good communication and trust between its members and strong leadership.

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Toyota kept issue silent, lawsuit says

Toyota kept issue silent, lawsuit says | Management of Organizations | Scoop.it
Employees at Toyota dealerships witnessed and duplicated sudden acceleration in the company's vehicles several times in the last decade, yet the automaker did not report the findings to regulators,...
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Lawsuit costs Toyota $16.4 million dollars for actively concealing information, instead of fixing or recalling potentially lethal automobiles. Mismanagement of ethical issues can destroy a business, even the fortune 500 companies. 

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