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What are the Strengths and weakness of corporatism?
The Confederate strengths were their numbers and their ability toshoot. However, their weakness was that they were cocky andunderestimated the power of the north. The Union ha…d canonfactories all through the northern region of Boston. When theConfederates were bombarded with canon fire, it was technologicaladvancements against high-end shooters that truly won the war.
Well, it depends on the type. You see, there are a dozen different "weaves" that can be used in the making of chainmail. Each weave has its own strengths and weaknesses. H…owever, one thing most chainmail armors have in common is that they're primarily for stopping blades. Most swords will have difficulty hacking through a piece of chainmail armor; but the chainmail itself doesn't stop the blunt damage caused by the blow. If someone whacks you with a blade directed at your chest; the sword may not cut you, but it might still break some ribs. This is why people wore leather-backed chainmail, or wore padded gambisons under the armor. The chainmail stopped the blade; and the leather or padding dispersed the force behind the blow. Another thing most chain armors have in common is that they can usually be penetrated by piercing weapons; such as a spear, or arrow. These weapons were able to push the links in the armor aside, and reach the flesh. One method used in the finest chainmail to prevent this was alternatively riveting, and welding the metal links. The most common weave you'll see in medieval European chainmail is known as "European 1 through 4". A variant of this is referred to as "King's maille", which is the same weave - but twice as thick; and as a result, twice as heavy. Another variant is the "European 1 through 8" which is very defensive, and harder for piercing weapons to penetrate; but is also, extremely inflexible. All of the weaves listed above are considered to be heavier chain armors; and in Europe, where heavy weapons - such as the war hammer, flamberge, claymore, zweihander, flail and mace were all too common; heavier armors were naturally the best way to stay alive. If you want more defense, and can sacrifice speed; European styled maille is for you. Another popular weave is the "Japanese 1 through 4". This is a relatively light chain armor, as Japanese fighting styles tended to require quicker movement than European. Japan's weapons tended to be lighter than Europe's. Such weapons included the katana, tanto, nunchaku, yari, sai and naginata; to name a few. This particular weave is also far more flexible than the European styles, as the weave is more open; but it's even more vulnerable to piercing weapons. If you prefer speed and flexibility over defense; Japanese styled maille is for you. A third commonly seen weave is the "Oriental 1 through 6". This weave is similar to the Japanese 1 through 4, but uses small links to fill in the gaps found in the Japanese style; and is thus, slightly heavier; but more defensive. This armor is still exceptionally flexible. If the Japanese styled weaves have too little defense for you, but you still need more flexibility than the European styles; Oriental styled maille is for you. And one more well known weave is "Scale mail". Scale mail doesn't always count as a chainmail; (As it can be made from metal plates or pieces of hard leather, linked via leather or cloth; such as a lamellar), but as it was usually made using scales attached together via the European 1 through 4 weave, throughout medieval Europe; in this instance, it does count under the chainmail category. Scale mail, like many other European armors; was a heavy armor. The metal scales gave the armor even more immunity to blades, as well as improved immunity against piercing weapons. However, the scales also made the armor heavier, and less flexible than almost every other chain armor; but still more flexible than plate armor. If you need heavy armor, but don't want to entirely sacrifice flexibility; European scale mail is for you. These are just a few weaves. There are hundreds more; and each had a unique purpose. Some were used for armor, others for jewelery; some skilled mailers have even made sculptures, tapestries and many other items, using chainmail. Chainmail still has uses in the modern world; in the forms of jewelery, shark mail; and scientists are even researching methods to make bullet proof armor out of extremely small chain links. It's also very important that you know how to properly take care of your chainmail. Namely, cleaning it, to prevent rust. How to do this may vary, based on the materials the chainmail was made from; but not by much. For most of the more common metals, such as steel or iron; the historical method of cleaning it was to place it within a barrel of sand, and roll said barrel until the armor was determined to be clean. This step was primarily to remove any rust. Upon completing the rust removal, or if no rust was present in the first place; they would wrap the armor within oil-soaked pieces of cloth. The oil prevents the metal's surface from being directly exposed to the open air, and better prevents it from rusting. For this reason, it may be preferable to have one's armor made from certain modern metals that are more rust resistant, and require less maintenance. Some examples of such are aluminum, galvanized steel, stainless steel and titanium.
Strengths: People are more civilized. People are organized and strict. Weaknesses: Not much freedom: of speech and actions. People are found guilty prior to going before the …courts. Elections are not fair. (one party to vote for) Sometimes no elections. (Dictator appoints himself)
My weakness is never saying "no" to those needing help. My strength includes being a good communicator, being a team player, and the ability to be flexible in different wo…rking environments. One's strengths are the things one is good at or have experience in. e.g. you may feel you are very good with people, you may be very good at English and it's construction, you may love working with numbers, you may be available to do overtime without problems, you may speak a foreign language or work well under pressure. You may have extensive experience in certain areas. Your weaknesses are things about which you feel you are not fully competent, i.e. you may have little experience in certain areas such as design or working with numbers. You may not be able to travel for the company because of family or other restraints. Your accounting skills may only be to a certain level. You may not be available for overtime on certain days of the week for some reason. You may be restricted by the vagaries of public transport or live far from the company. You may need to warn them you need to take leave before it is due to you [for a pre-planned family wedding for example]. You may be a slow reader or not have experience writing business letters.
Strengths in a manager include supporting the staff, knowing when to delegate, and giving credit to the staff for their performance or ideas. Weaknesses in a manager inclu…de favoritism, a lack of communication and ignoring the suggestions of the staff.
Some of Adolf Hitler's weaknesses might have been:self-delusioninferiority feelingsgreedabuse of powerlack of compassioninability to recognize or accept reality Some of Adolf… Hitler's strengths might have been: great military strategistpersuasive speakercommandeering style
Well her strength are: fishing, finding roads, catching food, being a translator. Well her weaknesses are: shooting, fighting, or any physical is her weakness.
The weaknesses to implement a new strategy are self-conceived via issuing poor customer service, limited consumer choice, limiting the consumer shopping experience to one meth…od (indirect - phone, mail order, internet), and failing to measure quality before selling thousands of faulty products, thereby costing the firm significant amounts of profit and negatively altering the customer-base as a result of these actions. At this point I believe Michael Dell should remove himself from the picture and appoint someone he trusts to administer the renovation of Dell. A new face breeds the acknowledgement that change is occurring and it typically brings great attention. However, if the revised strategies result in even further profit-loss and negative press from analysts, then Dell can surely consider their image scared permanently.
Strengths: It is a robust, durable and moderately reliable communication method that is easy to crimp, cut, and install quickly and cheaply. It is more durable than TPC and Fi…ber Optic cables, and can much more easily be weather-proofed for use outdoors. It also acheives greater range than TPC and some Fiber Optic before the signal must be boosted, making it advantageous for rural or long-distance deployment. Weaknesses: It is larger than some other solutions and more prone to interference, even when shielded, than fiber optic or ASTPC. It is also limited in communication speed due to copper electroresistance and thus cannot move data as quickly as TPC or Fiber Optic methods. It is also a serial communication method, causing extreme data overhead when deployed in networks with many nodes. It is much more expensive to deploy than TPC when hardware costs are involved, as coaxial modems, splitters and routers are much more expensive (due to increased complexity requirements) than TPC, but is cheaper than Fiber Optic. Coaxial cable also tends to require a translation layer or layers to convert to standard TCP/IP for computers, adding an extra layer of overhead, complexity, and hardware expense. Coaxial typically has higher latency than TPC over the same distance.
The US Navy had better ships, but the British Navy had many more of them. The British had a larger and better army.
this could be somethng like you are a wonderful analyzer and look at great detail at different things, however the weakness in this is that you can delay making a decision bec…ause you spend too much time analyzing, always looking for more information that can cause potential delays
Strengths are ability to catch the ball at seemingly impossible angles and ability to outrun defenders. Weaknesses are durability with advancing age.
Immanuel Kant favoured a categorical deontological ethic where "one ought to do thus and thus." Duties are duties regardless of the consequences. Only what is neither good no…r evil in itself, but dependent on something else for its goodness or evil be called evil at one time and good at another. Intrinsically good actions are not like this; they are always good in and of themselves. Telling the truth is an intrinsic good and a lie is an intrinsic evil, that there can never be a good lie. A strength of this approach is that one need never wonder what is the correct course of action in a complex situation. It is unrealistic to assume that moral obligations never conflict, but Kant acknowledged that even one exception to a rule proves the rule is not genuinely universal. By their own definition, an absolute rule has no exceptions, and yet there are many ways the proponents of unqualified absolutism have qualified their view or made exceptions to it. A weakness with all forms of Unqualified Absolutism, such as that espoused by Kant, is there is no flexibility to commit a minor wrong to prevent a great wrong. As there si never a "good lie", one can not spare a dying grandmother further suffering by lying about her condition, nor can one prevent a serious crime by lying in order to confuse the intending perpetrators.
Corporatism desribes a system of labour relations in which the state creates multi party consultative or decision making institutions to regulate labour relations,… which formally integrate employers and unions into the process of labour market reguation and economic and social policy making. These corporatist systems may operate at the national (macro), the sectoral, (meso) or the company (micro) level. From Caral Lipsig Mumme, in Trade Unions and Labour Relations Systems in Comparitive Perspective, page 478.