a. What impact will Peterson’s decision about Wu’s request have on her objectives for the Plano office?
b. Why has Wu made the request?
c. How effective has Peterson been in managing Wu’s performance?
d. What should Peterson do and why?
i. Accept Wu’s resignation?
ii. Do not accept the resignation and give Wu the assistant?
iii. Do not accept the resignation and do not give Wu the assistant?
e. How would you evaluate Peterson’s performance if you were her boss?
i. What might she have done differently?
ii. What are her strength and weaknesses as a manager?
With all of the stigmas associated with the terrible regime of apartheid, how then, did the teachers of that era produce a lineage of learners that questioned themselves before they questioned the system? How did the ones in authority, remain in authority for so many years before being overthrown? What made the students of apartheid disciplined enough to not overthrow the authority of the teacher or the system itself? These are the questions that we will explore in this article and ultimately attempt to answer with reference to that of previous literature studies. Post-Apartheid (1994- present date) The theme throughout the apartheid regime was that of separation geographically and most devastatingly racially. According to Ramdass (Ramdass, 2007), the ultimate aim of apartheid to non-whites was to create a scenario of inferior education, where whites remained in power over people of colour. He highlights many challenges that the democratic individuals that originate from the apartheid era as well as their offspring will face post-apartheid. As of 1994, South Africa has been a democratic country and the purpose of the country has been solely on rectifying the inequalities within our precedent history. He also states that due to political corruption caused by our government, the authority figures of our country, the education system will remain unstable. Ramdass argues that the quality of South African education relates to that of skill shortage with regards to teachers, that government is not doing enough to ensure that all teachers are skilled. There are arguably less training colleges dedicated to teachers to aid them in their teaching abilities. According to Ramdass, dur>GET ANSWER