jasminegood_unit 2_Project_Operations Management

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Unit 2 Assignment 1 Unit 2 Assignment Jasmine Good Kaplan University MT 435-01 Operations Management Toney Ferguson
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Unit 2 Assignment 2 Unit 2 Assignment Chameleons are members of the reptile family; creatures with more than 100 recognized species who have “developed some of the most highly specialized skills of any animal on the planet,” (Cornett, n.d.). They can move their eyes independently of each other, but people recognize them for their famous ability to change color and popular belief is that the color change is a defense mechanism allowing them to blend with the background. This is not true. Chameleons are naturally colored to blend in with their habitat. Each species of chameleons have clearly different color patterns they change to signify specific reactions and/or changes in emotional states (Meller’s chameleon, n.d.) allowing them noticeably communicate with their peers a possible need to carefully observe their surrounding, and/or make some changes or adaptations to their surroundings and/or communications with one another. Operations managers are the chameleons of the corporate world in that they too need to be able to keep their eyes
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