Note: The diagrams in this article are not up to scale. This not the only way to make the shipping box.
Every time I receive my books, I was amazed by the way they are packed in the perfect shipping box. Every time I open a shipping box, I feel like, “I can also make this box”. So one day I decided to make a shipping box and went to local store and picked some thrown cardboard boxes.
List of items to make shipping box:
- A 32”X17” inches cardboard (for 9”X12” box)
- Scale or Tape
Step 1 : Take a cardboard approximately 32” width and 17” height.
Step 2: Take Marker and Scale to draw outlines for cutting cardboard as below
Shipping Box Out Lines
• Mark a point on the cardboard form below at 5.5” inches and draw a line horizontally on that point.
• Mark a point on the cardboard from left at 4.5” inches and draw a line vertically on that point.
• From the vertical line mark a point at 12” towards right and draw another vertical line.
• From the second vertical line mark a pint at 2” inches towards right and draw another vertical line.
• From first vertical line mark a point at 2” inches towards left and draw another vertical line.
• From the first horizontal line mark 2” inches below and draw another horizontal line.
• Mark 2” inches from the top of the cardboard and draw a horizontal line.
Now cardboard should look like this
Step 3: Now take scissors and cut the marked red portion of the cardboard as per below image.
Step 4: Now take marker and mark the cardboard as per below image; cut the marked cardboard
Now cardboard should look like this
After all Cuttings
Step 5: Now fold the cardboard as per horizontal and vertical lines
Fold view of cardboard
Step 6: Glue the box as needed.
Now you have a shipping box and You are ready to ship your books.
“Most organizations develop and formalize descriptions of acceptable and unacceptable employee behavior which are called policies”.
“The rules the members of society create to balance the individual’s right to self-determination with the needs of the whole are called laws”
“The key difference between policy and law is that ignorance of policy is a viable defense,” but ignorance of law is not a viable defense. Another main difference between policy and law is policies are continuously updated, changed according to needs of the origination whereas changes to the law is lengthy process and requires approval.
Policies must be written in a way such that it can be easily understood, readily available , distributed to all individuals who are expected to compile with and acknowledged by the employee. Whereas laws are not easily and understood, distributed and not acknowledged by any individuals. Properly defined and enforced policies functions in an organization the same way as law, only for organization employees and not applicable to other outside organization. But law is applicable to everyone. Organizations policy must comply with law.
“A threat is a category of objects, persons, or other entities that represents a constant danger to an asset”.
“An attack is an act or event that exploits vulnerability”.
Main difference between threat and attack is a threat can be either intentional or unintentional where as an attack is intentional. Threat is a circumstance that has potential to cause loss or damage whereas attack is attempted to cause damage. Threat to the information system doesn’t mean information was altered or damaged but attack on the information system means there might be chance to alter, damage, or obtain information when attack was successful.
Case Incident: WHAT DOES DIVERSITY TRAINING TEACH?
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1. Do you think representation in top management is a fair indicator of the effects of diversity training programs? Why or why not?
Ans. Yes I think representation in top management is a fair indicator of the effects of diversity training programs. “Diversity programs are truly effective in improving representation in management. They include strategies to measure the representation of women and minorities in managerial positions, and they hold managers accountable for achieving more demographically diverse management teams.”
2. Why might one-shot diversity training programs be ineffective?
Ans. There is no strong representation of management in one-shot diversity training programs which make training program ineffective. Moreover one-short diversity program does not have any strategies. Organizations that provided diversity training were not consistently more likely to have women and minorities in upper management positions than organizations that did not which makes training ineffective. One-shot training sessions without strategies to encourage effective diversity management back on the job are not likely to be very effective.
3. What significant obstacles must be overcome to make diversity programs effective?
Ans. Well it is certainly clear that there should be strong representation of management to make diversity programs effective. Proportionally not representation of employees in top management is a significant obstacle which be overcome to make diversity programs effective. Selection system should be more transparent. Providing training for employees who have not had adequate exposure to certain material in past is a significant obstacle. Ineffective communication of organization policies and practices leads to ineffective diversity programs which is a significant obstacle.
4. How could you design more effective diversity programs?
Ans. My effective diversity program involves strong representation of management along with employees. My diversity program teach “the legal framework for equal employment opportunity and encourage fair treatment of all people regardless of their demographic characteristics.” Program teaches “how a diverse workforce will be better able to serve a diverse market of customers and clients.” My effective diversity program designed for “foster personal development practices that bring out the skills and abilities of all workers, acknowledging how differences in perspective can be a valuable way to improve performance for everyone.”