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1
How to Prepare Piping Specification?
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ASME B31.1: Power Piping
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ASME B31.3: Process Piping
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Cryogenic Pipe Support: Type & Application
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Standard Pipe Support: Type & Application
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Pipe support is one of the important and an integral part in the piping system which have the main job to control the weight effect of the piping system and make sure that the piping system will be properly supported for the entire its operation at any condition in order to avoid a mechanical failure of the metal due to excessive stress in pipe supporting elements.

Pipe Support can be categorized into two main groups, namely: 1) Standard Pipe Support, and 2) Special Pipe Support.

So, what is Standard Pipe Support? Standard pipe support is basically the type of pipe support which has been standardized for specific used based on the pipe sizes, acting vertical and horizontal load, and therefore can be used at several pipe support locations. On the other hand, Special Pipe Support is the type of pipe support which need to be designed for specific loads and for specific pipe support location.

In this course we will be learning about the type of standard pipe support normally used for Oil and Gas Application and will also be showing some of example for specific project. Before that, we will discuss about the codes and standards available for the pipe support, the terminology, the functions and the allowable span calculation.

 

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Piping Material for Oil & Gas Application
Expires After: 12 months

This is about the type of piping material normally used in the Oil and Gas Facilities.

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Pipe Flanges
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As we know, piping system has several main components such as pipes, fittings or also known as component, and Flanges, gaskets, bolt and nuts Sometime, there are others component needed, such as valves, strainer, to name a few.

In this course, we will be learning about fittings and flanges, where considered as a main part of the piping system, which will then be connected to the pipes. We willl learn about applicable standard and specification for fittings and flanges, type of flanges and fittings, as well as others important parameter of fittings and flanges. We will finish the course by showing some of flange and fittings data and dimension.

The course will be delivered into 6 lessons, as below:

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Pipe Properties
Expires After: 12 months

Selecting material for piping and its components requires some knowledge in material characteristics in order to ensure that piping and its component must be suitable for the flow medium and the proposed operating condition of temperature and pressure so that would be safely operated during the intended design life of the piping.

Pipe material must also has got the mechanical strength appropriate for the long term service, able to sustain operational variable such as thermal cycling or mechanical cycling, as well as considering the environmental condition surrounding the pipe and its components.

One other thing needs to be considered is the fabricability characteristics such as the ability to be bent or formed, suitability for welding or other methods of joining, ease of heat treatment, just to name a few.

One other thing needs to be considered is the fabricability characteristics such as the ability to be bent or formed, suitability for welding or other methods of joining, ease of heat treatment, just to name a few.

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Personal Development Training
Expires After: 3 months

Personal development is a lifelong process. It is a way for people to assess their skills and qualities, consider their aims in life and set goals in order to realise and maximise their potential.

This page helps you to identify the skills you need to set life goals which can enhance your employability prospects, raise your confidence, and lead to a more fulfilling, higher quality life. Plan to make relevant, positive and effective life choices and decisions for your future to enable personal development skills.

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Sales Management Training
Expires After: 3 months

Sales management is the coordination of people and resources to effectively produce the desired goal. These long term goals can be wide ranging, however they are generally increased sales volume, contribution to profits, and continuous growth. To achieve these objectives, sales managers have vast responsibilities including, but not limited to: demand/sales forecasting, establishing quotas/objectives, budgeting, organization, recruitment, training, compensation, and sales performance evaluation. In the end of the day, however, the most important role of sales management is not to manage sales, but to manage the people who make the sales.

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Leadership Training
Expires After: 2 months

Our online leadership programs and tools deliver critical skills that advance teams and organizations around the world. Leaders can engage in innovative online leadership training that fits their needs and their organization’s goals.

Participants in our online leadership development programs will be engaged in innovative digital learning experiences that teach how to navigate daily change and disruption through interactive exercises. 

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The Second World War
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The British curriculum rarely explore the Pacific Front of the Second World War, with the exception of the 1945 Nuclear Bombs dropped in Hiroshima and Nagasaki. On the other hand, while the American education system focuses on the Pacific Front, much of its history emits the true impact of the Japanese Empire in World War history. This section will first explore the Pacific Front because we strongly believe that emitting the atrocities and struggle of the other half of the war from learning prevents a proper understanding of the wider impacts of WWII.


The Pacific Front I: The Rise of Imperialist Japan

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The Beginning, 1931

1931 marked the beginning of the infighting in the Pacific Front. What led to the first action that sparked a world war?

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From Manchuria to Indonesia: Imperialist Japan

In this chapter, we will analyse and explore the growth of the Japanese Empire from 1932 to the 1940s.

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From Colonies to Colonies

This chapter will look at the impacts of Japanese imperialism on four specific colonies and countries, focusing on both experiences and fears.

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The Pacific Front II: Entering the War Phase

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America’s Entrance, 1942

This chapter will begin with the US entrance into WWII. It will analyse the strategies for Pearl Harbor, the mistakes, and the reaction to it.

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Fighting in the East

Discover the strategies used in naval and air battles, the unsatisfied wins, and the importance of strategic positioning.

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Propaganda

A collection of propaganda posters, news articles, and statements regarding Japan and the US. We will look at how this impacted the perspectives of the enemy, the necessity of nation-wide efforts, and the intensity of the war in the Home Fronts.

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The Pacific Front III: Revolutions, Battles, and the Short-Lived Empire

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America’s Two-Front War

We will look at America’s management, support, and domestic opinions fighting in both sides of the war, as well as issues pertaining this.

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The War Front

The revolutions in the East and America’s Island Hopping Campaign pushes Japan to a tough corner. What was Japan’s last resort? And what exactly happened during the Island Hopping Campaign that marked the last year of the war one of the bloodiest in history?

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The Nuclear Question

We will end the lesson on the Pacific Front with the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, thus concluding the war with ‘Victory in Japan’. We will look into the strategies and considerations behind the Manhattan Plan, President Truman’s decision, and Emperor Hirohito’s stance.

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The Atlantic Front I: A Messy Entrance into Another World War

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Ethnic and Ideological Tensions

Hitler’s ideology, anti-semitism, and Fascism: what was created out of WWI and the Great Depression?

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1939 and the Delayed Start

The Afro-European front, the idea of a German Empire, and the cooperative nature of the Allied Powers.

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Pespectives of The Home Fronts

In here, we will explore a diverse range of perspectives from the home fronts of various nations and territories regarding Europe’s entrance into another World War.

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The Atlantic Front II: The West and the East

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The Western Front and the Atlantic

This chapter will focus on the decisions and strategies conducted in the Western and African fronts by both Allies and Axis Powers. It will discuss both the period before and after US entrance.

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The Eastern Front and the Soviet Union

Outside of mainstream focus, this lesson will look at the fight in Eastern Europe… but against which enemy exactly?

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The Atlantic Front III: The Outcasted

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Migration and Asylum

We will look at the impacts and struggle of Jews and minority migration throughout Europe and to countries in the American continent during the War.

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Journals and Diaries

A collection of accounts from WWII, from diaries and journals by Jews in the boats to the American continent, to the journalists in the War Front, and more. In addition, we will look at the accounts of Allied soldiers entering Germany and Poland.

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Politics and the Home Fronts

How did each country see each other? What pushed the leaders of the Allied Powers to end the war the way it was ended? How did the outcome of Yalta led to the split of Germany?

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Assessments on World War II

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The Pacific Front

Now, let’s test our knowledge with a multiple-choice and short answer quiz on the Pacific Front focus of the World War.

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The Atlantic Front

Let’s dive into a short assessment with multiple-choice and short answers on your knowledge of the Atlantic Front.

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Essay Questions for WWII


This part of the course will contain some possible essay questions for your to answer regarding the WWII section. The questions will be divided from primary to university level, with each section containing questions with beginners to advance difficulties. Some questions will reference that of A-Level, AP exams, or University essay questions.





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The First World War (1914-1918)
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Below are descriptions to the lessons that we will tackle in this course. The World Wars will be a lengthy course but with


World War I: A Summary

The Beginning

How did tensions lead to a predictable war but an unexpected World War?

A Military History

Discover the main military strategies of the European front, as well as their mistakes throughout the war.

Key Stages

A summary list of all Key Stages in the war beyond just names and dates.

World War I: the British Perspective

The History

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Primary Sources

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Quiz

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World War I: the Aftermath in the Eastern Front

The History

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Primary Sources

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Quiz

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Digital Marketing Basics
Expires After: 5 months

Digital marketing encompasses all marketing efforts that use an electronic device or the internet. Businesses leverage digital channels such as search engines, social media, email and their websites to connect with current and prospective customers. This can also be referred as ‘online marketing’, ‘internet marketing’ or ‘web marketing’. In simple terms, any form of marketing that exists online is called as Digital Marketing.
Digital Marketing process broadly involves the following steps:

  • Research
  • Plan and Strategize
  • Implement
  • Measure and Audit
  • Optimize

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Advanced Digital Marketing
Expires After: 7 months

Advanced digital marketing, works with talented professionals who want to advance their business scope and job seekers on secure platforms. It meticulously defines to offer advanced skills in providing its modules of study. The course will help an individual who wants to venture on the online platform as a business PR auctioneer. 

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Product Management Basics
Expires After: 3 months

Product management is an interdisciplinary role that reaches across teams to plan, design, and continuously bring better products to the market. Product managers are responsible for setting a product vision, defining a product strategy, and developing a roadmap that meets both company goals and user needs.

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Advanced Product Management
Expires After: 7 months

Product management is vital to delivering innovations and driving business growth. It is an important organizational role that is growing in popularity. For example, 15 percent of MBA students at MIT’s Sloan business school go on to take jobs in product management — making it the second-largest job category for graduates.

Product management is perfect for entrepreneurial individuals. Product managers are often able to operate with autonomy, work across many groups, have a meaningful impact on business growth, and develop life-long career skills.

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Computer Science: Theory, Logic, Design & Programming
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This specialization covers topics ranging from basic computing principles to the mathematical foundations required for computer science. You will learn fundamental concepts of how computers work, which can be applied to any software or computer system. You will also gain the practical skillset needed to write interactive, graphical programs at an introductory level. The numerical mathematics component will provide you with numerical and computational tools that are essential for the problem solving and modeling stages of computer science.

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Psychology: Developmental, Clinical & Foundations
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Psychology is an academic and applied discipline involving the scientific study of mental processes and behavior. Psychology also refers to the application of such knowledge to various spheres of human activity, including relating to individuals’ daily lives and the treatment of mental illness.

Psychology differs from the other social sciences — anthropology, economics, political science, and sociology — in that psychology seeks to explain the mental processes and behavior of individuals. Whereas biology and neuroscience study the biological or neural processes and how they relate to the mental effects they subjectively produce, psychology is primarily concerned with the interaction of mental processes and behavior on a systemic level. The subfield of neuropsychology studies the actual neural processes while biological psychology studies the biological bases of behavior and mental states.

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Social Studies: Psychology, Philosophy, Anthropology
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The contemporary social studies curriculum has its roots in the Progressive education movement of the early twentieth century. With its emphasis on the nature of the individual learner and on the process of learning itself, the movement challenged the assumptions of subject-centered curricula. Until this time, the social studies curriculum was composed of discrete subject areas, with a primary emphasis on history. To a slightly lesser degree, geography and civics were also featured, completing the triumvirate.

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Piping Stress Analysis with CAESAR II
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Being able to perform Piping Stress Analysis either using Computer Program such as CAESAR II, or AUTOPIPE, or even to do some manual calculation, requires some understanding of basic knowledge in piping stress analysis such as, what is Piping Stress Analysis? Why do we need to do stress analysis? What kind of skill or knowledge that we need to know in order to be able to do such a job?

 

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Before we answer those questions, however, there are things that we should have known prior to that, for example, the knowledge about some basics piping stuff, such as piping material, pipe sizes and schedule, pipe fittings, and pipe support, which is given in my separate courses, with the title of Piping Engineering for Beginners. If you have not gone thru that course, or you still in doubt, my advice is to visit the course and get to know that stuff, before you proceed with this course.

 

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I have been thinking a lot to create this course using my real and practical experience performing Stress Analysis of piping systems for Oil and Gas Projects such as LNG Project, Gas Plant Project, Petrochemical Project, Oil Refinery Project, Geothermal Project for over 29 years of experience. I still remember the feeling when I was like thrown into the deep end of the pool at my very first job as Stress Boy: confused. I just want every new fresh Engineer can at least know where to start when given the task of piping stress analysis. In other words, can be more prepared. After this course, I will prepare the Step-By-Step gudie to do Piping Stress Analysis. Although this course mainly and especially for beginners, but this could be a kind of refreshment for the experienced guy.

 

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This course will divide into NINE lessons starting with the function and method of stress analysis, followed by the understanding of the internal pressure design of piping, stress criticality, how to make a critical line list chart, understanding about the type of stress category as well as Allowable Stress, Pressure and Temperature use for analysis, Initial nozzle movement, pipe loading combinations, Allowable load, and some of stress consideration need to be aware of during performing Stress Analysis.

 

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1. Purpose and Method of Analysis
2. Internal Pressure
3. Stress Criticality
4. Stress Category
5. Allowable Stress
6. Initial Movement
7. Allowable Forces and Moment
8. Pipe Loading
9. Property of Piping Stress

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Basic of Piping Engineering
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The design of a piping system has been known since centuries ago when people from China utilized bamboo as a means to bring the water from the source to watering the paddy field. History also stated that the people from Indus Valley had been using a piping system to deliver the water into the houses. Don’t forget to mention the people from Egypt who bring the water from The Nile River for irrigation purposes.

In modern life, piping has been used to transport water from sources to the distribution points and then eventually end up at our houses. Piping also being used to transport oil from the wells to the gathering point and then to the Refinery Plant for further processing, before sending it to the end-user. In Oil Refinery Plant or Gas Plant, for instance, piping is visible being used to transfer liquids from one equipment to another equipment at various locations. Crucially, piping also plays a major role in protecting life and property as fire protection piping networks in residential, commercial, industrial, and other buildings.

According to Mohinder L. Nayar in his famous Piping Handbook, Seventh Edition, we call a piping system if we have a set of pipes along with others component and accessories with the same sets of design condition and which interconnected each other. The piping system shall consist of pipes, flanges, fittings, bolting, gaskets, and other piping components, as well as a pipe support. So, when the pipe joined with fittings, such as elbows, reducer, and then connected to flanges, valves, and properly supported by pipe supports, then we can call as piping.

 

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In this course, we will learn about the piping system which normally used in Oil and Gas Industry. We basically will learn about pipe material, pipe size and schedule, pipe fittings, flanges, gasket, bolt, and nuts, and finally, we will discuss about pipe support. That’s why the course title is Basic Piping Engineering since we will be learning everything about and related to basic of piping.

   

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The course has been carefully prepared in order to be easier to follow and understand and will consist of 7 (seven) lessons:

   

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The Wonders of Physics: Basics, Intermediate, Advanced
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Never has there been a time when an understanding of science has been more important to the well-being of individuals and to the nation than the present. While physics can be a fascinating subject, some of the concepts it presents aren’t always the easiest for students to understand or for teachers to convey to their classes. That’s where the web can come to the rescue. Here you’ll find a list of some great videos that both clearly demonstrate the major ideas of physics for beginners, as well as provide insights in more complex topics for those who are more familiar with the subject matter, like students in engineering.

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Astronomy: Exploring Time, Space & Heavenly Bodies
Expires After: 4 months

About Astronomy
Astronomy is written in clear non-technical language, with the occasional touch of humor and a wide range of clarifying illustrations. It has many analogies drawn from everyday life to help non-science majors appreciate, on their own terms, what our modern exploration of the universe is revealing. The book can be used for either a one-semester or two-semester introductory course (bear in mind, you can customize your version and include only those chapters or sections you will be teaching.) It is made available free of charge in electronic form (and low cost in printed form) to students around the world. If you have ever thrown up your hands in despair over the spiraling cost of astronomy textbooks, you owe your students a good look at this one.

Coverage and scope
Astronomy was written, updated, and reviewed by a broad range of astronomers and astronomy educators in a strong community effort. It is designed to meet scope and sequence requirements of introductory astronomy courses nationwide.

Flexibility
Because there are many different ways to teach introductory astronomy, we have made the text as flexible as we could. Math examples are shown in separate sections throughout, so that you can leave out the math or require it as you deem best. Each section of a chapter treats a different aspect of the topic being covered; a number of sections could be omitted in shorter overview courses and can be included where you need more depth. And, as we have already discussed, you can customize the book in a variety of ways that have never been possible in traditional textbooks.

Student-centered focus
This book is written to help students understand the big picture rather than get lost in random factoids to memorize. The language is accessible and inviting. Helpful diagrams and summary tables review and encapsulate the ideas being covered. Each chapter contains interactive group activities you can assign to help students work in teams and pool their knowledge.

Interactive online resources
Interesting “Links to Learning” are scattered throughout the chapters, which direct students to online animations, short videos, or enrichment readings to enhance their learning. Also, the resources listed at the end of each chapter include links to websites and other useful educational videos.

Feature boxes that help students think outside the box
A variety of feature boxes within the chapters connect astronomy to the students’ other subjects and humanize the face of astronomy by highlighting the lives of the men and women who have been key to its progress. Besides the math examples that we’ve already mentioned, the boxes include:

Making Connections. This feature connects the chapter topic to students’ experiences with other fields, from poetry to engineering, popular culture, and natural disasters.
Voyagers in Astronomy. This feature presents brief and engaging biographies of the people behind historically significant discoveries, as well as emerging research.
Astronomy Basics. This feature explains basic science concepts that we often (incorrectly) assume students know from earlier classes.

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Sociology: Work, Identity, and Inequality, Criminal Behavior
Expires After: 3 months

We all belong to many groups; you’re a member of your sociology class, and you’re a member of your family; you may belong to a political party, sports team, or the crowd watching a sporting event; you’re a citizen of your country, and you’re a part of a generation. You may have a somewhat different role in each group and feel differently in each.

Groups vary in their sizes and formalities, as well as in the levels of attachment between group members, among other things. Within a large group, smaller groups may exist, and each group may behave differently.

At a rock concert, for example, some may enjoy singing along, others prefer to sit and observe, while still others may join in a mosh pit or try crowd surfing. Why do we feel and act differently in different types of social situations? Why might people of a single group exhibit different behaviors in the same situation? Why might people acting similarly not feel connected to others exhibiting the same behavior? These are some of the many questions sociologists ask as they study people and societies.

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Organizational Behavior: Autocratic, Custodial, etc.
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According to the study conducted by leadership consulting firm Bain & Company, companies like Apple, Google, and Netflix are 40 percent more productive than the average company. Some may think that this is a product of the hiring pool; big companies generally attract a more talented group of recruits. With unique benefits and prowess in the industry, this must be the case. Wrong. Google and Apple have found a way to answer the most fundamental question in management: How do you balance productivity while maintaining employee satisfaction and commitment?

Companies such as Google have approximately the same percentage of “star players” as other companies, but instead of spreading out the talent, they group them dynamically to achieve more throughout the day. This grouping focuses on grouping key players in the most business-critical roles, and is the key to success for the overall company. You’ve heard the saying “You’re only as strong as your weakest link,” and in the case of Apple, there were no weak links, making their productivity extremely high overall. To make matters more complicated, the fast-paced workplace and technology changes, including the diversity of employees and the global marketplace, takes a considerable toll on employee expectations, as do the overall stresses of the business performance. Apple is just one example of a company that figured out one of the pieces to this puzzle, but it is illustrative of what is happening in the workplace all around the globe.

Contemporary managers are witnessing changes in technologies, markets, competition, workforce demographics, employee expectations, and ethical standards. At the heart of these changes is the issue of how to manage people effectively. To attain corporate objectives, each manager must discover how to develop and maintain a workforce that can meet today’s needs while getting ready for tomorrow’s challenges.
Questions such as these point to the issue of effective management. That is, what can managers do to improve both organizational and employee performance? Effective management requires an in-depth knowledge of financial management, marketing research and consumer behavior, accounting and control practices, manufacturing and production techniques, and quantitative methods. In addition, however, effective management requires “people skills.” That is, a good manager must be able to motivate his employees, to lead skillfully, to make appropriate and timely decisions, to communicate effectively, to organize work, to deal with organizational politics, and to work to develop both employees and the organization as a whole. These issues constitute the subject of this course. We shall examine principles of the behavioral sciences that can help managers improve both their own skills and abilities and those of their subordinates in order to enhance organizational performance and effectiveness.

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Organizational Behavior: Autocratic, Custodial
Expires After: 7 months

According to the study conducted by leadership consulting firm Bain & Company, companies like Apple, Google, and Netflix are 40 percent more productive than the average company. Some may think that this is a product of the hiring pool; big companies generally attract a more talented group of recruits. With unique benefits and prowess in the industry, this must be the case. Wrong. Google and Apple have found a way to answer the most fundamental question in management: How do you balance productivity while maintaining employee satisfaction and commitment?

Companies such as Google have approximately the same percentage of “star players” as other companies, but instead of spreading out the talent, they group them dynamically to achieve more throughout the day. This grouping focuses on grouping key players in the most business-critical roles, and is the key to success for the overall company. You’ve heard the saying “You’re only as strong as your weakest link,” and in the case of Apple, there were no weak links, making their productivity extremely high overall. To make matters more complicated, the fast-paced workplace and technology changes, including the diversity of employees and the global marketplace, takes a considerable toll on employee expectations, as do the overall stresses of the business performance. Apple is just one example of a company that figured out one of the pieces to this puzzle, but it is illustrative of what is happening in the workplace all around the globe.

Contemporary managers are witnessing changes in technologies, markets, competition, workforce demographics, employee expectations, and ethical standards. At the heart of these changes is the issue of how to manage people effectively. To attain corporate objectives, each manager must discover how to develop and maintain a workforce that can meet today’s needs while getting ready for tomorrow’s challenges.
Questions such as these point to the issue of effective management. That is, what can managers do to improve both organizational and employee performance? Effective management requires an in-depth knowledge of financial management, marketing research and consumer behavior, accounting and control practices, manufacturing and production techniques, and quantitative methods. In addition, however, effective management requires “people skills.” That is, a good manager must be able to motivate his employees, to lead skillfully, to make appropriate and timely decisions, to communicate effectively, to organize work, to deal with organizational politics, and to work to develop both employees and the organization as a whole. These issues constitute the subject of this course. We shall examine principles of the behavioral sciences that can help managers improve both their own skills and abilities and those of their subordinates in order to enhance organizational performance and effectiveness.

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Introduction to Business: Business Management and Operations
Expires After: 6 months

Introduction to Business covers the scope and sequence of most introductory business courses. The book provides detailed explanations in the context of core themes such as customer satisfaction, ethics, entrepreneurship, global business, and managing change. Introduction to Business includes hundreds of current business examples from a range of industries and geographic locations, which feature a variety of individuals. The outcome is a balanced approach to the theory and application of business concepts, with attention to the knowledge and skills necessary for student success in this course and beyond.

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