‘The Social Network’ is a biography of the co-founder of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg. The movie is basically based on the book written by Ben Mezrich in 2009. The name of the book was ‘The Accidental Billionaires’. The movie was directed by Aaron Sorkin and released in 2010. The movie got very popular and being nominated for many awards. The movie gives the reflection of incidents happen in Mark Zuckerberg life. When he was studying in Harvard University, he created an...
The film serves to represent the journey Mark Zuckerberg (Jesse Eisenberg) undertook in relation to the formation of Facebook. Facebook as it is known today is a social media network used by millions of people worldwide. The film’s opening scene occurs in a gloomy pub, here the audience watch Erica Albright (Rooney Mara) essentially break up with Mark Zuckerberg (Jesse Eisenberg). Throughout this conflict it can be noted that Zuckerberg appears to be limited in terms of his ability to...
Ethical leadership is a two-part process involving personal moral behavior and moral influence (Johnson, 2018). Ethical leaders consider long-term effects, downsides and profits of the decisions made by businesses, company’s or other organizations. In the film ‘The Social Network’, it depicts the Harvard student, Mark Zuckerberg and his team, designing the social media website that would famously be known as ‘Facebook’. The efficiency of leadership of Zuckerberg and other characters are analytically evaluated ‘The Social Network’ deals with a wide...
This report will introduce the effectiveness of leadership shown in the movie ‘The Social Network’ which was based on the owner of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg. It primarily focuses on the, leader’s leadership characteristics, behavior and style. Mark Zuckerberg was the undergraduate 2nd year student in the Harvard college. He was very obsessed to the programming and coding. Afterwards, he created a website name FaceMash, in which he hacked various hostel databases and downloaded pictures of female students, where male students...
Through the film ‘The Social Network’, many organizational behavioral problems can be identified, such as leadership problems, lack of communication among top management, and some unethical behaviors (hacking, stealing ideas, betrayal, and disloyalty). For this essay, I decided to choose the problem of communication as the main problem because it was one of the vital factors in running a successful business as well as in a relationship. In ‘The Social Network’, even though ‘TheFacebook’ (early name) received hit from the...
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‘The Social Network’ explores the times in which the social media platform Facebook came to be. The platform was invented through warring perspectives of smart young men with a great passion to interlink their friends though the online connected platform. David Fincher, director of this interesting script, extracted from the book ‘The Accidental Billionaires’ kept on our plates an enticing film that results in a drama that caused both creation and destruction. Escaping the use of singular points of view...
Upon the release of the American biographical drama film ‘The Social Network’, it received universal praise, making it one of the best films created in 2010. The film follows the real-life story of Mark Zuckerberg and the uprise of his global social networking platform, dwelling on themes such as friendship, power, class and more. While the film discusses the sudden popularity of Facebook and the consequences that followed, it is important to explore the embedded concepts of innovation and technological...
‘The Social Network’, a film adapted from Ben Mezrich’s ‘The Accidental Billionaires’, and directed by David Fincher, explores the intricate past and creation of the social media site, Facebook. This film is not only a film about social media, but it’s also about border concepts than technology. It’s about relationships, individuals, friendships and what these mean in the digital age. These ideas are embedded in a plot that focuses on the relationships Mark has destroyed during the creation of Facebook,...