Sunday, July 8, 2012

EOC: Chapter Ten Excerise

I feel that the con to making the ad come down is that it is not breaking any laws and wasn’t forced to be pulled unlike some of Dolce and Gabbana’s ads. The biggest pro is that “children” will not be exposed to sex. The fact is that these kids your in fact about to young adults and chances are have already been exposed to sex. The “Decision-making is one of the defining characteristics of leadership.” ( While both sides have great arguments I feel that the company has the most rights in this case. “The entire decision-making process is dependent upon the right information being available to the right people at the right times.” (,articleId-8863.html)This is a disagreement in which is of public interest which is a much higher stake than a usual disagreement. The answer to this issue should be well thought out and not decided upon quickly, “successful problem solving requires thorough examination of the challenge, and a quick answer may not result in a permanent solution.” (,articleId-8863.html) I feel that a great answer to this problem is that the company gets to keep the billboard. There would be one condition though in order to keep it they would have to create a less racy ad campaign that would be suitable for minors to see. I feel that it would help to make both sides happy. The racy ad would be taken which the high school wants, and the company gets to keep advertising just under a different ad campaign. Decision making and being able to sort through an argument like is this great practice for when you are a manger you will have many debts either with employees or customers in which you will have to settle.

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