DESCRIBE MANAGEMENT, ORGANIZATION, LEADERSHIP IN RELATIONS TO CRIMINAL JUSTICE……
LEADERSHIP….. leaderships is a necessary components of any organization to including a criminal justice organization. In recent year, research has clearly indicate that leadership must be present in criminal justice organization for a multitude of reason.
Leader provide motivation and inspire their follower to progress while advancing toward a shared vision.
Leadership in criminals justice is certainly no exception. Having strong leader in place promote organization, management,productivity, motivations and creativity in a criminal justice setting.
ORGANIZATION AND MANAGEMENT…..organization is defined by its structure, purpose, and activity. The structure of an organization is an important consideration when you’re attempting to explained the administration and management of that organization.
Every criminal justice organization need structure and that is most often created through a management system. Criminal justice management play a critical role in the justice system and help ensure that all branches of justice community effectively.
DIFFERENCE BETWEEN MANAGEMENT AND LEADERSHIP……
leaderships and management must go hand in hand. They are not the same thing. But they are necessarily linked, and complementary.
Warner bennis composed a list of the different as follow……
1)..the manager administers and the leader innovative.
2) the manager is a copy and leader is an original
3) the manager maintain and the leader devlop
4). The manager relies on control and the leader inspire trust.
5). The manager has short range view and the leader ask what and why.
6) the manager imitated and the leader originated
7). The manager is the clasic good soldiers and the leader is his or her own person..
DIFFERENCE BETWEEN CLOSE AND OPEN SYSTEM…..
For the purpose of chemistry ,the universe is divided into two part. The part we are interested is called a system, and the rest is called the surrounding.
A system can be an organism , a reaction vessel or even a single cell. There are boundaries between a system and the surrounding. The scope of the system is defined by these boundaries. Sometimes matter and energy’s can be exchange through these boundaries.
OPEN SYSTEM….in a open system the matter and energy can be transfer through the boundary between the system and surrounding. Since it is open , it continuously interact with the surrounding.
For example , our body is an open system it is hard to controlthe energy flow in and out of an open system. The change in internal energy of an open system is equal to the amount of energy added to the system means of minus amount lost by matter following out the energy loss due to the work done by the system….
CLOSED SYSTEM…if the matter cannot be transferred through the boundary, then that kind of system is called a closed system.
However i closed system energy energy can be exchange with the surrounding.
The matter in side a close system. However in a closed system energy can be exchange with the surrounding. The matter inside a closed system is always the same.
When a reaction happen the system can transfer energy to the surrounding if it is at a lower temperature.
For example a closed system is where fluid is compressed in a piston. There the mass of the fluid dosent change, but the volume may Change…….