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Internal Initiatives to Return to Profitable Growth
Complete the following CJi Interactive activity:
Ch. 5: The Police: History, Structure, and Functions > Learning Modules > Police Roles and Functions
Write a 1,050- to 1,400-word paper in which you address police department roles and functions. Include the following in your paper:
Identify the principal roles and functions of police organizations and their role as it applies to the law.
Describe various types of police agencies at the local, state, and federal level and the roles and functions of each.
Explain the role and function of patrol work.
Format your paper consistent with APA guidelines.
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Read “Case 24: Starbucks’ Strategy and Internal Initiatives to Return to Profitable Growth” in Crafting & Executing Strategy (text), page C-305.
Refer to A Guide to Case Analysis, provided in the student online learning center that supports Crafting & Executing Strategy (text) as needed while completing this assignment.
Identify the issues management needs to address. Give particular attention to the topics you have studied in the themes and readings for this module.
Analyze and evaluate the issues identified above based on the information provided in the case and additional information available on the company’s website (if necessary).
Recommend a set of actions management should take to address the issues that you have identified and analyzed.
Your report must be in APA style, 3-5 pages, double-spaced. You are encouraged to include tables or graphs as appropriate for your analysis. (See the Resources page for links to websites that will help you with formatting your work in APA style.)
Stahl-Wert and Jennings introduce the concept of the serving leader with the story of Mike Wilson’s journey to understanding himself and his father through their mutual journey in learning how to make the serving leader teachable and learnable. Throughout this journey, Mike develops an illustration of what the serving leader does that looks like an inverted pyramid.
In Henri Nouwen’s In the Name of Jesus, Nouwen describes a similar idea as “downward mobility. These concepts are central to answering the questions that follow. In responding to the questions below you should not only draw upon what you read in The Serving Leader and In The Name of Jesus, but also from your readings in Hauer & Young, and the Bible. Your responses should be written in paragraph form and should be detailed and well developed, such that the final product should be between 500-600 words.
(type answers in paragraph format on separate sheet of paper)
What do you understand “upending the pyramid” to mean according to Jennings & Stahl-wert?
What connections to you see with In the Name Jesus? What dissimilarities? Who seems to be better describing Jesus as you have experienced him in the biblical readings for this class?
How does the idea of upending the pyramid relate to your experiences of having led or having been led by others? How about the idea of “downward mobility?”
What moments of learning similar to Mike’s have you have experience in your life’s journey thus far? What moments like Nouwen’s learning from Bill have you experienced? Why are we sometimes more open to transformative moments that at other times
The 2 books that are required to use to write this paper are; Nouwen, Henri J. M. In the Name of Jesus: Reflections on Christian Leadership. New York: Crossroad, 1989.
Stahl-Wert, John and Ken Jennings, The Serving Leader, San Francisco: Berrett-Koehler, 2003.
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