Exploring Responsible Fractures: A Study on Palmers, Phoenix, and University Branches with Recommendations for Moving Forward

Exploring Responsible Fractures: A Study on Palmers, Phoenix, and University Branches with Recommendations for Moving Forward


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  • Suheyb Harvey

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Abstract

This study explores the concept of responsible fractures within three branches of an organization: Palmers, Phoenix, and University. Using a mixed-methods approach, the researchers analyzed data from surveys, interviews, and observations to identify patterns and themes related to responsible fractures. Findings indicate that responsible fractures can be beneficial for an organization if they are managed effectively, but they can also lead to negative outcomes if left unaddressed. The study recommends several strategies for moving forward, including establishing clear communication channels, fostering a culture of transparency, and promoting collaboration and shared decision-making. Ultimately, this research contributes to our understanding of how organizations can navigate the challenges of responsible fractures in a way that promotes positive outcomes for all stakeholders involved.

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Suheyb Harvey "Exploring Responsible Fractures: A Study on Palmers, Phoenix, and University Branches with Recommendations for Moving Forward".  IEEE Exploration in Machine Learning, 2022.

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Date of Release: 2022
Author(s): Suheyb Harvey.
IEEE Exploration in Machine Learning
Page(s): 6
Product Type: Conference/Journal Publications