Abasyn Journal of Social Sciences Vol (13), Issue (1), 2020

Vocational Displacement and Specialized Generic Management with Alternatives

Irena Bagdady, DM

University of Phoenix, SAS



Abstract
The purpose of the exploratory case study is to understand the reasons why leaders lack considering ecological validity in the global diamond jewelry production process and high council for Kimberley Process certification improvements. Ecological validity is achieved by how plants and animals contribute to socio-economic improvement from vocational displacement of the diamond cut and polish to India, specifically concerning Namibia and Lesotho quality rough diamond suppliers and crafters. Three primary sources of data comprise of documents, focus group and interviews which triangulate under the Person Environment Fit Theory. Namibia and Lesotho officials represent globalized big data oversaturation as foreign nationals, that stifle decision-making and implementation, while executives and managers as nationals, the mediators, represent United States stabilization. The senior jewelry production agents are the interdependent foreign nationals and nationals. Elements of risk, motor and process skills, and naturalistic action moderate vocational displacement matters. The three highest percentages of a synonymous word and phrase analysis created the sixteen categories from respondent responses and funneled taxonomies through two question instruments, validated in field tests. For specialist generic alternative management, the researcher adds sensitive topic questions that are applicable to other industry delicacies and countries in need seeking aid from the United States, using radial approach. Respondent responses from Namibian officials redirect transfrontier conservation while LeSotho ambassadors diversify to textile and beverage manufacturing as vocational substitutions.
Keywords: globalized big data oversaturation United States stabilization; ecological validity; Kimberley Process; biodiversity & vocational displacement, taxonomic funneling

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