History

answer the questions below and there are two Qs attached.

the due after four hours from now.

which civilization was built around a river or rivers that flooded predictably? Egypt or Mesopotamia

Which civilization required massive state intervention to develop irrigation systems? Egypt or Messopotamia

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Access articles about the history, business approaches, management, and marketing of Eastman Kodak

and Fujifilm. Eastman Kodak has been a developer and pioneer of photographic films for over 130 years.

Although it invented the digital camera, the company was unprepared for the rapid changes in new

technologies and filed for bankruptcy protection in January 2012. Fujifilm, a Japanese competitor, on the

other hand, has been successful in the U.S. and global markets.

Write a six to eight (6-8) page paper in which you:

1. Describe the history and core business of each company.

2. Compare and contrast the approach to management that each company has pursued in order to

embrace innovation.

3. Determine what other management differences have impacted the relative success of Kodak and

Fujifilm. Provide specific examples to support your response.

4. Evaluate each company’s approach to ethics and social responsibility and the impact those

approaches have had on each company’s profitability.

5. Discuss the extent to which management of both companies adapted to changing market

conditions.

6. Recommend three (3) ways any company should build in flexibility to back up its decision-making

process in order to adapt to changing market conditions.

7. Use at least three (3) quality references. Note: Wikipedia and other Websites do not qualify as

academic resources.

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“ONE IS ASTONISHED IN THE STUDY OF HISTORY AT THE RECURRENCE OF THE IDEA THAT EVIL MUST BE FORGOTTEN, DISTORTED, SKIMMED OVER. WE MUST NOT REMEMBER THAT DANIEL WEBSTER GOT DRUNK BUT ONLY REMEMBER THAT HE WAS A SPLENDID CONSTITUTIONAL LAWYER. WE MUST FORGET THAT GEORGE WAHINGTON WAS A SLAVE OWNER…AND SIMPLY REMEMBER THE THINGS WE REGARD AS CREDITABLE AND INSPIRING. THE DIFFICULTY, OF COURSE, WITH THIS PHILOSOPHY IS THAT HISTORY LOSES ITS VALUE AS AN INCENTIVE AND EXAMPLE; IT PAINTS PERFECT MEN AND NOBLE NATIONS, BUT IT DOES NOT TELL THE TRUTH.” ~W.E.B. DUBOIS (BLACK RECONSTRUCTION)

What is history? Why should we study history? Within the context of our stories concerning Christopher Columbus, Native Americans, the Pilgrims, or slavery, discuss how historians (Zinn and Loewen) have dealt with the above issues specifically. How have history textbooks begun to complicate our histories even further? With regard to the above topics, how have your readings and studies in this class differed from the ways in which these topics have been portrayed (all the way back to elementary school) to you in previous classes? In the quote above, W.E.B. DuBois suggests that in our studies of history, when we skim over the bad parts, our histories begin to lose their value as “incentive and example.” What does he mean by this? What are the far-reaching consequences of the ways in which so many of us have been taught history?
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