Collaboration in a business environment is a best practice that leverages the collective knowledge of the team assembled. Peer evaluation and support, provided in the spirit of continuous improvement and organizational success, result in higher quality deliverables than generally possible by the efforts of an individual. Please describe the process you plan to use to conduct research, identify findings, and develop the Comprehensive Project due in Unit 5 and present a preliminary outline indicating how you intend to organize the project deliverable.
Please review the process and outlines of other students, providing an objective assessment and constructive feedback that will help strengthen the effectiveness of their efforts and the quality of the finished product.
What is the role of relationship development and management in effective leadership, and how are these concepts used in improving leadership effectiveness?
When and why should participation be used to improve leadership effectiveness?
n the Federalist Papers, Number Seventy, published March Fifteenth, 1788, Alexander Hamilton said, “A feeble Executive implies a feeble execution of the government. A feeble execution is but another phrase for a bad execution; and a government ill executed, whatever it may be in theory, must be, in practice, a bad government.” He argued that a single executive, as opposed to an executive council, would be a far better choice. He knew that it would be the best way to go. When Hamilton wrote the federalist paper number seventy, America had just broken away from the English monarchy and was forming how the government was to be structured. When he said a feeble executive, he meant a president who did not have much power and had to share power with an executive council. He thought that a council of more than one executive would lead to a weaker government. Hamilton believed in the energy of the executive, an energetic singular leader. He believed it was essential to the community and foreign attacks. He did not want the power to be diluted amongst many. He said this would deprive people of two securities. One being the restraint of public opinion: who do you hold accountable if there is more than one person in charge and one of the persons does something wrong? If there is more than one person in the office and something goes wrong, people could point fingers on each other. On another hand, if there is one president we know who to blame, and can remove that person from office. He also thought that secrecy in one individual executive was acceptable, especially in times of war. Though historians such as Arthur Schlesinger Jr. thought much differently. He believed that this type of executive secrecy would ultimately lead to the power to withhold, leak, and the power to lie. An example of this is how Eisenhower hid CIA operations. “The power to withhold and the power to leak led on inexorably to the power to lie. The secrecy system instilled in the executive branch the idea that foreign policy was no one’s business, save its own, and the uncontrolled secrecy made it easy for lying to become routine. It was in this spirit that Eisenhower concealed the CIA operations it was mounting against governments around the world.” (Khan Academy)>GET ANSWER