In business, internal forces for change refer to events, people and systems within a company that help or prevent it from achieving short- and long-term goals. External forces for change refer to outside influences such ... More »

Two major forces that shape the surface of the Earth are the atmosphere and the ocean. These two things wear down mountains, turning them into sediments. These forces help form the landscapes of the Earth. More »

Planned change, which is a systematic effort to move an organization into a new state, and unplanned change, which is pressure to make change exceeds the efforts of the organization to resist change, are two types of cha... More »

Examples of external noises are anything outside of a person's body that creates noise; a radio, a car, other people speaking and the hum of fluorescent lighting are all external noises. External noises are a type of dis... More »

External environments are important for businesses because external events can immediately cause companies to fail. Internal environments are important because internal strengths give companies the ability to overcome cr... More »

Although definitions of success differ according to the individual, there are some common traits in successful people, such as interest in continued self-improvement; awareness of and confidence in their strengths; and d... More »

Powerful people share common traits, such as being extremely focused, having a propensity to aim for lofty goals, and understanding how to use power wisely. In addition, powerful people are more likely to take risks in l... More »