This essay focuses on a professional summary for the file I uploaded. The requirements of the summary are as below: Provide a snapshot of the milestones you have completed in the course of this assignment.
Please write a professional summary for the file I uploaded. The requirements of the summary are as below: Provide a snapshot of the milestones you have completed in the course of this assignment. For example, include customer feedback (including numbers of responses), web pages set up, customer leads (individuals who confirmed they will buy your product). In this section, you may summarize the actions you have taken but focus on the results you have achieved. Make sure to include results that lead you to pivot. Please also summarize specific actions you have mapped out to further validate the opportunity or start the business creation. If you can’t find any “action” in this file, just forget about it, please don’t make anything up. Thank you.
The term also describes the standards of education and training that prepare members. Profession with the particular knowledge and skills necessary to perform their specific role within that profession. In addition, most professionals are subject to strict codes of conduct, enshrining rigorous ethical and moral obligations. Professional standards of practice and ethics for a particular field are typically agreed upon and maintained through widely recognized professional associations, such as the IEEE. Some definitions of “professional” limit this term to those professions that serve some important aspect of public interest and the general good of society.
Although professional training appears to be ideologically neutral, it may be biased towards those with higher class backgrounds and a formal education. In his 2000 book, Disciplined Minds: A Critical Look at Salaried Professionals and the Soul-Battering System that Shapes Their Lives, Jeff Schmidt observes that qualified professionals are less creative and diverse in their opinions and habits than non-professionals, which he attributes to the subtle indoctrination and filtering which accompanies the process of professional training. His evidence is both qualitative and quantitative, including professional examinations, industry statistics and personal accounts of trainees and professionals.
A key theoretical dispute arises from the observation that established professions
(e.g. lawyers, medical doctors, architects, civil engineers, surveyors) are subject to strict codes of conduct. Some have thus argued that these codes of conduct, agreed upon and maintained. Through widely recognized professional associations, are a key element of what constitutes any profession. Others have argued that strict codes of conduct and the professional associations that maintain them are merely a consequence of ‘successful’ professionalization, rather than an intrinsic element of the definition of professional(ism); this implies that a profession arises from the alignment between a shared purpose (connected to a ‘greater good’), a body of knowledge, actual behavior in terms of actions and decisions, and expectations held by societal stakeholders.