Management Organization Behavior
Management organizational behavior is the assessment of human behavior, mind-set, performance and individual values within an organizational setting. This paper will discuss and practice the theory, methods and morality of the diverse disciplines that bring it out to learn about personality perceptions, principles, group formation and dynamics; and executive processes that come about on a daily basis within any social setting. These processes may consist of forms of communications, decision making, management, authority and politics, disagreement, stress management, and adjustment.
Considering the controversial killing on Aug ...view middle of the document...
This seemed like a way of diverting the public’s attention from the real incidence to a very different context of the case.
Despite the officer openly open fire on the boy, he has been allowed to walk free and talk to the media as investigations carry on. The public is not happy about but they must wait for the long court process to determine the truth, hoping justice will be served. The autopsy report obtained and released gave the nearly all detailed description of Brown’s bodily harm from the shooting and shows clearly that the officer fatally shot the teen that was unarmed. The results support strongly an autopsy presented at the application of Brown’s family in August, indicating that the teen had been shot at least six times and suffered wounds to the head, arm and hand as well as the upper body. This most recent report shows he suffered six entry wounds and three exit wounds. However, there is one key variation in the two reports a discrepancy that is possibly liable to shape the view of the events that made the officer to shoot at Brown.
According to the private autopsy that was conducted by a prominent forensic pathologist Dr. Michael Baden, Brown’s wounds, together with a wound to his right hand, put forward that the officer was one foot to thirty feet away when he shot the teen a distance that the court cannot consider as close range. This autopsy report shows that the wound to the same hand was imposed at a much closer distance. These findings support the officer’s description that was assembled by county investigators, where he says that he had first shot the teen during a fight at the officer’s car as he tried to reach for Wilson’s gun. The officer narrated that he upholstered his weapon which discharged during the struggle, according to the investigators.
There is no disagreement that there was a resistance between the two men at the car, but The question remains if Brown tried to reach for Wilson’s gun at some stage in the altercation and if he was the attacker. The report confirms that Wilson fired two times inside the vehicle, striking the teen before he fled the vehicle and was shot down by the officer moments later.
Controversy arose in the when a pair of experts, together with Melinek and Dr. Michael Graham, told reporters that Brown’s wounds were in line with Wilson’s rationalization of events, but Melinek later told reporters that her words had been to a certain extent been misconstrued. She said that she had judged the forensic proof...