Cognitive Dissonance

The theory of cognitive dissonance was proposed by Leon Festinger in 1957. The theory represents an explanation of conflict situations that often arise in the cognitive structure of one person. The theory seeks to explain and explore the state of cognitive dissonance that occurs in humans, as a reaction to a certain situation, the actions […]

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A reaction paper

To the article “The knowledge-creating company” by I.Nonaka This article is devoted to the topic of knowledge management in the company — the important issue of modern management. The article discusses the mechanisms for the creation of new knowledge on the example of successful Japanese companies. According to the author, formalized knowledge is the source […]

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Management (People)

At the same managerial environment different people behave themselves differently. A man always has the freedom to choose behavior: whether or not to accept forms and norms of behavior in the organization, on the one hand, and, accept or reject values of the organization, to share or not to share its goals and philosophy, on […]

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Resume/ Curriculum Vitae

Name: Pejman Last Name: Haghighatnia Objective: to obtain employment in a well-known Manhattan Clothing Retailer Employment: 05/07 — 01/09 DJ/ Sales Associate Lounge SoHo, New York, NY Successfully sold high-end clothing and fashion products to a discerning clientele. Hung and organized clothing on sales racks for display on the sales floor. Courteously answered customers’ questions […]

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