A critical-analytical comparison of Mencius’ and Xunzi’s ethical thought. Provide a discussion of the major tenets of each thinker’s philosophy and how they differ. Give close readings of specific passages from the primary texts to substantiate your argument.
place among major airlines in on-time performance as of September, 2002? Since new regulations and directives were implemented particularly from baggage inspection to security searches, delays would naturally occur especially because Southwest passengers are accustomed to coming in last minute. Therefore, management should respond constructively to this statistic by proposing a new policy to its passengers regarding arrival. They could impose that they (especially those with heavy luggage) be at the airport ahead of time (e.g. an hour) before departure given the lengthy procedures on security. This could be easily justified to passengers as having implications on their own safety as well. Of course, Southwest could also use a technological solution to this problem which they have recently done-an electronic check-in system via Southwest.com which would save passengers’ time by allowing them to board without having to check with an agent. Once operations are fully stabilized, would you recommend to the management of the airline that it resume its historic growth rate of from 10% to 15% per year? Why? I recommend a resumption of previous growth rates but it should be achieved by maintaining its current network and developing it from there as opposed to expanding to a greater proportion of long-haul flights. I take the same stand as the Wall Street analyst who concluded that Southwest could maintain, even double, its size even without opening a new station. Even if it does not take the opportunity to expand this way, Southwest is not left without opportunity. It must be noted that there are more than 100 cities wanting to experience the “Southwest effect” and nothing could be more opportunistic for Southwest as of the moment. It would be more “prudent” of Southwest to stick to their core competencies of point-to-point, low-cost, no-frills, high frequency flights for which they are most known for. Otherwise, they might as well join the sea of airlines out there that are neither unique nor differentiated.>GET ANSWER