“In this industry, there are no right and wrong models. All models have their pros and cons and all are different,” says Sanjay Swamy, Managing Partner at Prime Venture Partners. “In the Rocket Internet model, the company is a partnership between the Rocket team and the operating team.
A growing literature now exists examining the relationship between organizational justice and employees’ experience of stress. Despite the growth in this field of enquiry, there remain continued gaps in knowledge. In particular, the contribution of perceptions of justice to employees’ stress within an organizational context of uncertainty and change, and in relation to the new and emerging concept of procedural voice justice.
On Wednesday, carefully orchestrated television footage showed a diminutive figure in military uniform conducting government business from a golden, throne like armchair. Those searching for motives behind the Monday morning putsch that imprisoned Ms Suu Kyi and plunged Myanmar back towards oppressive junta rule need look no further than the service ribbons on the chest of General Min Aung Hlaing. Experts say the timing of the coup lies in Min Aung Hlaing’s ruthless personal quest for power and the military’s deep paranoia that the popular civilian government could erode the unrivalled political dominance it has enjoyed for decades..
And no, the issue is not us, or me, assuming we know everything about the nature of reality. Say an alien civilization DOES have the technology to travel here in ships small enough to not be visable with the naked eye. That it easy enough, and cheap enough that they can send exploratory missions.
New York has always been known for its rich heritage of theatre and performing arts culture, and that is not just limited to the lime lit stages of Broadway in New York City. All over Long Island, there are theatres that are home to performing arts such as ballet, classical music, spoken word art, and of course theatrical productions such as plays, musicals, special performances, and more. All over Long Island, there are theatres that are home to performing arts such as ballet, classical music, spoken word art, and of course theatrical productions such as plays, musicals, special performances, and more.
After several years of work, the Landmarks Commission has recommended a new draft ordinance that was introduced to the Common Council on July 1. At the initiative of several alders, including myself, the Common Council created the Landmarks Ordinance Review Committee to create a public engagement process to discuss procedural changes to the Landmarks Ordinance (Phase 1). The Committee will finalize the recommendations and report to the Common Council by October 7, 2014.