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Organizational Behavior Terminology and Concepts Paper [This title could be more inspiring. Labeling it a "paper" or an "essay" is redundant (what else could it be?), and only a few words as a title are not very explanatory (or intriguing to the reader). An ideal title has between six and a dozen words ]
John Paul Warren
Many [Make sure paragraph indentation is five to seven spaces or one tab stop] companies and/or ["and/or" is an awkward construction, a shortcut appropriate in a legal document, not in academic writing] business groups have distinctive goals and reasons for their continuation. A companies or business group culture, diversity, behaviors and [in academic writing, if this is a series, place a comma before the final conjunction (and)] communiation...