Students will write a Leadership in Film Reflection to further develop the cinematic and leadership themes as presented in the body of work as a whole. This reflection will consist of a synthesis of all films/documentaries reviewed in the course to develop film appreciation through leadership in action.
The three films used are: The Count of Monte Cristo, Last Days of Patton, and Sun Tzun: The Art of War. If you would like to swap one of these movies out for one you know better it is fine. But leadership has to be the main theme of the paper showed through these films.
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- Write up describing the benefits of using a private cloud platform like Seafile, OwnCloud, or NextCloud at XYZ Company.
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