Activity 1 Newt
In an organizational setting it is of utmost importance that the information of the organization is available and readily accessible to the clients and potential investors to the company. A network diagram as provided below is important to demonstrate the workings of an organization.
The rational used in the approach taken here is dependent on the business model which is defined by variations which include the social and economic aspects of the organization. Further, consideration of characteristics such as the infrastructure strategies, trade practices, operational policies as well as the operational concepts provide a clear understanding of the organization.
The best practices applied for the net work technology include the insights on monitoring an organization’s projects, establishment of information centre to assist in training and research to enhance business technical skills. Subsequently, the globalization aspect informs the use of net working technology since over the years the world has become fully integrated with the inception of wired and wireless infrastructure which has further been made easier by the amalgamated telecommunications, an aspect that has increasingly led to the modification of data to effectively manage the assurance intensity.
As discussed above, it is critical for an organization to develop networking strategies and plans to ensure security and most importantly, connectivity. As such, it is required that the management of a corporation devices the best possible ways to offer and convey information regarding its services in the most appropriate way in a bid to reach as many customers as possible. The best way for a company to create an access to information regarding the services and workings of the organization has been the option of creating a network of the ongoing activities within the organization. This makes it easier for a potential investor or client to understand the services offered as well as the activities of an enterprise. The easier the access to information concerning a company, the higher the chances of increased investor confidence and consumer base.
Activity 2 Ecology
The environmental issue which is which is important is the universal politics on noxious chemicals found in electronics. This is both a local and a global issue which has brought about many arguments on how to dispose of the electronics which have outlived their use.
The responsibilities of states to maintain a clean and healthy environment for the citizens has necessitated the producers of the electronics to be more vigilant on the materials used in the production of electronics devices since the disposal of the same has in the past been a subject of speculation due to the increased short and long term harmful effect on the affected population and the subsequent call by the global political leaders to regulate the electronic industry in areas of production, supply and disposal. However, such regulatory calls have also caused mixed reactions from the modern politics with the developing countries in particular having difficulties in advancing environmental policies aimed at regulating the electronic industry for the fear of repelling and subsequently driving out the electronic industries. It therefore creates an obstacle in the advancement of environmental policies especially in the third world countries as well as the in the developing countries.
Faced with the dilemma of inconsistency in the approach to curb the negative environmental effects of the electronics, it is important that a global solution be sought. The solution may very well be found by treating the challenge along the thinking of the human rights approach which is a global concern order to look at the issue at a universal perspective rather than leave the individual countries to unliterary face the problem alone. As such, a global framework coupled with the declarations to that effect may be a long shot but with the cooperation of majority countries especially countries where companies producing the electronic devices, a clean environment will surely be achieved through quality supervision.
Activity 3 Ecology
Composting is a natural way of disposing biodegradable organic waste such as wood, crop remains, leaves, food waste among others and subsequently turning the same to fertilizer for crop production. It is carried out in restricted aerobic circumstance which basically is a way of using the fungi and bacteria to break organic material to simpler substances. The consequence of composting may either be harmful of beneficial; the later however far outweighs the former. With regard to the benefits of composting include;
The food waste contributes a higher percentage of the environmental pollution. Therefore, composting the kitchen trimmings and food waste helps in preventing the waste from finding its way into rivers and streams. It also helps in the reduction of pests and the use of pesticides in the production of crops. This is because the organic manure on soil has a greater ability to repel pests and diseases. Compositing is a simple way of producing manure to plants and therefore it is mostly carried out in domestic settings and this also creates an opportunity for the teaching of children the characteristics of nature and essentially the life cycle. Lastly but by no means least, composting enables famers to save money since the materials used for the process of composting are readily available and it leads to own production of manure as opposed to buying and thereby spending money.
However, composting also has its disadvantages which consist of; smell - compost usually does not have a pleasant smell and therefore pollutes the air. The other disadvantage is that one cannot compost everything therefore one may manage to prevent pollution only on the aspect of organic matters but helpless when it comes to inorganic matters.
I should compost in order to preserve the environment, produce healthy plants, to save money, to get rid of waste that usually draw pests and for convenience sake.
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