Choose two design projects from the case study list. However, you may not use the
case study you documented in the earlier assignment.
Write a description and critical account of these two projects. Compare and contrast them in terms of
design and cultural, social context. Situate them relative to the “forms of urbanism” we have discussed this
term, as well as other means of assessing the projects. Consider these questions:
What kind of city and society do these projects embody and encourage?
How are the projects organized within their site and context, and in relation to infrastructure, landscape,
How does their form and programmatic organization relate to society, culture, and environment?
What are other observations you can make about these projects in relation to the discipline of urban
Argue your case in a structured way — introduction, observations, references, conclusion. Consider and cite
any relevant readings from the term, in addition to other important citations.
The leadership styles in this study: transformational and transactional leadership, are evident but don’t replace each other as processes, and the same leader may use both types of leadership at different times in different situations. (Yukl 1998) The researcher chooses two of the leadership style for this study as follows: Transformational Leadership: attempts to create emotional links with its followers and inspires higher values (Bass, 1999). Transformational leadership meets the higher order needs of employees (Yusof and Shah, 2008). Also, transformational leadership refers to the leader motivating the follower beyond self-interests. It raises the follower’s level of maturity and ideals for achievement and the well-being of others, the organization and the society (Hakan 2008). Transactional Leadership: places an emphasis on exchanging rewards for accomplishment (Burton and Peachey, 2009) Transactional leadership focuses mainly on the physical and the security needs of followers. The relationship that evolves between the leader and the follower is based on exchange and reward systems (Bass and Avolio, 1993). Dependent Variable Employee Engagement is the ‘benefiting of organizational members themselves to their work roles; in engagement, people employ and express themselves physically, perceptually and emotionally during role performances” (Kahn, 1990) Employee engagement refers to the ”individual’s involvement and satisfaction as well as enthusiasm for work” (Harter et al., 2002).>GET ANSWER