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DISCUSSION 1 Tools of Organizational Transmute     Select one of the forthcoming cat's-paws: the nine steps in Ackerman and Anderson’s roadmap for transmute, Cummings and Worley’s five compass of immanent and managing transmute, or the three components of organizational transmute.  Explain how a director could use this cat's-paw in guiding an organizational transmute.  Review sundry of your peers’ columns.  Respond to two peers who did not prefer the identical cat's-paw as you.  Discuss the resemblingities and contendences among the cat's-paws.  Your primal column should be at meanest 200 utterance in extension.  Support your claims delay examples from required representative(s) and/or other literary media, and appropriately quote any references. Respond to at meanest two of your classmates’ columns by Day 7. DISCUSSION 2 Changes at the Top     After balbutiation the Forbes articles “Six Reasons Tim Cook Is Doing A Great Job As Apple’s CEO (Links to an manifest birth.)Links to an manifest birth.” and “All Excuses Aside, Apple’s Major Problem Is Tim Cook (Links to an manifest birth.)Links to an manifest birth.,” illustrate the collision you meditate the transition from Steve Jobs to Tim Cook has had on Apple’s pristine stakeholder groups: customers, employees, and investors.  In what ways do you meditate Tim Cook’s directorship has transmuted Apple?  Review sundry of your peers’ columns.  Discuss any resembling or abutting perspectives you entertain, delay at meanest two of your peers.  Take attention to be authoritative and courtly level if your beliefs or viewpoints contend.   Your primal column should be at meanest 200 utterance in extension.  Support your claims delay examples from required representative(s) and/or other literary media, and appropriately quote any references. Respond to at meanest two of your classmates’ columns by Day 7. https://www.forbes.com/sites/chuckjones/2015/11/22/six-reasons-tim-cook-is-doing-a-great-job-as-apples-ceo/ https://www.forbes.com/sites/jaysomaney/2015/11/15/all-excuses-aside-apples-major-problem-is-tim-cook/#7cf11a2eaf68