Create a 6-9 minute video transcript for me: I will doing this recording on my own but need your guidance on my answers. Review the rubric criteria for this assignment.1. Imagine you are the president of a Fortune 500 Company. You started out as a secretary right out of high school and worked your way to the top. The vice president and CEO are always at odds. As an expressive leader, how do you resolve this social dilemma and restore order in the leadership positions between these two officers?2. Name the three types of formal organizations and explain how each is different. Also, explain a time when you were involved in one of these types of organizations and the positives/negatives it had within it.3. You decided to run for public office. Although you have little-to-no experience with elections, holding office, or campaigning, you feel you can be successful since you helped a friend who served in a public office seat last term. Explain how this is a characteristic of Weber’s Ideal Bureaucracy and what you will do to prove your competence under these characteristics.4. As creative manager of a small group of employees in the advertising department, you notice one of your designers has withdrawn from the meetings offering no input. This employee’s alienation concerns you. What would you do to socialize this employee and engage them into their job?OverviewSociologists are most interested in groups and group interactions. Groups are not tangible: They are shared ideas consisting of two or more people who are bound together in relatively stable patterns of social interaction and who share a feeling of unity. Groups are fabricated in the course of social interactions as people are clustered together in social units — creating an existence beyond the individuals who are involvedIn this module, group relations, group dynamics, formal organizations, and the sociology of work are outlined. In addition, each of these categories is broken down into different types of groups and group dynamics. Formal organizations and bureaucracy are also discussed in this module. Although bureaucracy plays a key role into groups and socialization, they have many disadvantages and limitations that play a key role in the sociology of work.This module also explains why people work/or do not work and how they enter a category in society due to their work. ReadSociology: The Core: Chapter 4Watch: Social Groups Crash Course Sociology #16Resourceshttps://bookshelf.vitalsource.com/#/books/9780134419893/cfi/6/96!/4/2/2/2/2@0:0(email@example.com/Tutorhelp4ever!Rubric:30 pointsIn-depth coverage of topic; outstanding clarity and explanation of concepts demonstrated in information presented30 pointsCentral message is compelling and well supported; delivery techniques make speaker appear confident and polished; language choices are imaginative, memorable, and compelling to support the effectiveness of the presentation.20 pointsOrganization pattern is skillful and permits a cohesiveness in the presentation.20 pointsA wide variety of supporting materials appropriately reference information and analysis is evident.
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