post 1 Review the IT diffusion models, select two models, then compare and contrast how these models would facilitate a company in the country and business sector of your choice. Be sure to state your business sector. Then, explain how the IT diffusion models may affect it. Describe the process of how a non-IT senior manager would arrive at the decision to support one IT diffusion model over another. List the factors that would have to be considered. Determine which model you would choose and explain why. post 2 Evaluate the approaches by company executives to align an organization for future growth and success. Give your opinion on the credibility of each approach. Discuss additional approaches not mentioned in the textbook that may be warranted in aligning an organization for future growth and success. Explain your response. post 3 Go to Section 4: Weeks 1 and 2 Textbook Reading from this week’s Webtext and read the chapter titled “Early Globalization: The Atlantic World, 1492-1650,” then compare and contrast the voyages of Prince Henry the Navigator of Portugal and Christopher Columbus. Next, using the Webtext, suggest three (3) reasons explorers in general voyaged to America. post 4 How you do anything is how you do everything. – T. Harv Eker (from Secrets of the Millionaire Mind) Discuss the Eker quote as it pertains to your professional experience and the material for Week 2 Find a quality resource that discusses the importance of format OR find a quality support that proves format does not matter in the context of the professional environment. post 5 Do you have free will? Or does your brain chemistry make decisions for you? This week you’re learning about the electrochemical reactions that happen every time you think, feel, sense, or act. So does that mean you are not in charge? Does body chemistry direct your choices and eliminate your control? Watch the TED-Ed video How Does Caffeine Keep Us Awake? that explains the specific ways caffeine affects your mood, alertness, and performance, all through your nervous system. Then, write a post offering your opinion: Free will, or brain chemistry? Or is there some way to reconcile the two?