For this discussion post, please answer the following questions:
How does the political efficacy of “art” music differ from that of popular music? Which kind of music do you find has the greatest political power, and why? (To enhance your argument, please include at least two quotes from at least one reading, bolded, in your 250-word response.)
Of the three pieces of focus this week, Become Ocean, Become Desert, and Fire in My Mouth which piece did you find a/effected you most? Why and how? (To enhance your argument, please include at least two quotes from at least one reading, bolded, in your 250-word response. Please also include at least three musical elements bolded that stood out to you!)
Replies/Comments: Due Sunday @ 11.59pm
For your community credit, you should comment on at least two member’s posts, noting similarities or differences in your analyses and musical meanings. Your posts should be at least 100 words for each reply/comment.
You can submit discussion posts and comments up to 24 hours late. After that time period, no submissions are accepted.
Prior to beginning work on this discussion forum, read Five Steps to a Strategic Plan, The Single Strategy You Need to Fuel Business Growth Right Now, and Aligning Brand Portfolio Strategy with Business Strategy. In 150 words or more, what are three or four components of a well-thought-out, achievable, and reasonable business strategy? What mistakes do companies make when developing their strategies? These thoughts should be qualitative and generic – not discussing/ providing specific applications of how you may have gleaned competitive advantage (e.g., describing your business strategy).
source 1: https://www.forbes.com/sites/forbesagencycouncil/2017/12/06/the-single-strategy-you-need-to-fuel-business-growth-right-now/?sh=6727c2c2c595
Source 2: https://www.forbes.com/sites/aileron/2011/10/25/five-steps-to-a-strategic-plan/?sh=7f9212e65464
https://www.forbes.com/sites/paulrosen/2020/03/26/what-happens-with-contracts-amid-the-covid-19-pandemic/#4971e5c542af (Links to an external site.)
Please read the article above. How do you think that contracts that are being breached should be handled during the pandemic? For example, should people who lose their jobs be able to break leases etc? Should exceptions be made? If so, what about the person that is relying on that contract? What other examples can you think of that are relevant?