Global crisis, International Economics

Chose a problematic situation that is related to your workplace and use the following approach to investigate it.

Part A:   

i-  Give a brief description of the situation. Chose one major and one minor metaphor which appear relevant to the situation. Justify your choice of metaphors by explaining why you believe then to be relevant. Discuss way you are holding one to be dominant and the other dependent.

ii- On the basis of section (i), select a single methodology from the System of Systems Methodologies (SoSM). Justify your choice of methodology and apply the methodology to your chosen workplace issue. You must give a clear discussion of the use of the methodology in practice.

Part B:

How can an understanding of Senge's five disciplines help managers of organizations in the Gulf states deal with the challenges resulting from the 2008 global crisis? Your answer should be illustrated with relevant examples.

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