Rhett Gregory Mrs. Dolch English 2 PDP P. 4 25 January 2015 Julius Caesar Seminar Questions 1. Brutus does not want the conspirators to swear an oath of allegiance because he feels an oath is just words. They do not need an oath to prove that they are willing to take action. “No, not an oath. If not the face of men, the sufferance of our souls, the time’s abuse—if these be motives weak, break off betimes, and every man hence to his idol bed” (2. 1. 114-116). Brutus is one to take action and not
Pride and Prejudice (1940 - b&w), Blossoms in the Dust (1941 - color), Gaslight (1944 b&w), The Yearling (1946 - color), Little Women (1949 - color), An American in Paris (1951 - color), The Bad and The Beautiful (1952 - b&w), Julius Caesar (1953 - b&w), Somebody Up There Likes Me (1956 - b&w). He was nominated for Wizard of Oz in 1939, but didn't win. In some ways you could say that Cedric Gibbons was the most influential set designer of the 1930s, because he controlled
leader decision-making styles, which are labeled AI, AII, CI, CII, and G. These styles range from strongly autocratic (AI), to strongly democratic (G). According to the theory, the appropriate style is determined by answers to up to eight diagnostic questions, which relate to such contingency factors as the importance of decision quality, the structure of the problem, whether subordinates have enough information to make a quality decision, and the importance of subordinate commitment to the decision.
measure’. As with the term ‘creative accounting’, however, this expression reXects an ironic acknowledgement of the limits of our abilities to control behaviour through performance measurement, not of our success. Over the decades since Ridgway wrote, questions of performance measurement and evaluation have been associated with a wide variety of issues. Frequently, discussions of the topic have addressed more general concerns with organizational management and competitiveness in the context of contemporary