Article I Establishes the Legislative Branch of Government (Congress)
Article II Establishes the Executive Branch of Government
Article III Establishes the Judicial Branch of Government
Grants Congress the power to regulate commerce with
So, we need to recognize the multiple needs that may be driving individuals at a
given point to understand their behavior and properly motivate them.
This theory developed by Frederick Herzberg
Herzberg asked individuals what satisfies them on the job and
14th Amendment: Equal Protection Clause
Strict Scrutiny Test: Applied to laws with classifications based on race, national
origin, or citizenship classification must promote a compelling state interest.
Intermediate Scrutiny Test: Applied to laws with cl
As people get older, they are also less likely to want to quit their job when they are
dissatisfied at work.
Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964
Employers are prohibited from using religion in employment decisions and moreover
The federal government, many state and local governments, and the U.S. military
are required to have affirmative action plans. An organization may also be using
affirmative action as a result of a court order or due to a past history of
Esteem needs-the desire to be respected by ones peers, feel important, and be
Self-actualization needs-the desire to acquire new skills, take on new challenges,
and behave in a way that will lead to the attainment of ones life goals.
1. Court Delivering Opinion
3. Facts, Issue, Decision, Reason
Is There a Dissenting or Concurring Opinion
5. Comments Section is Especially Important
Chap. 1 SOURCES OF LAW
Constitutions Federal, State
Statutes, including Uniform Codes
What did effective leaders actually do? Which behaviors made them perceived
as leaders? Which behaviors increased their success?
This research stream led to the discovery of two broad categories of
behaviors: task-oriented behaviors (sometimes called init
Chapter 42: Corporate Governance
Corporate governance is the administrative structure defining the rights and
responsibilities of the key parts of a corporation the board of directors,
executives, shareholders, and other stakeholders.
Conscientious people are more likely to emerge as leaders and be effective in that role.
People who have openness to experience tend to emerge as leaders and also be quite
Agreeable people are less likely to be perceived as leaders.
There was a trial. On the other hand, Toyota cases got it right. When they
witnessed the American success with mass production, they were interested in their
cost-reducing techniques. However, they knew for their Japanese market and their