Which of the following are considered critical success factors for international projects? (Check ALL
Select ONE or MORE:
a. Recognize the pervasive influence of culture on all activities and processes.
b. Have the right people doing the right things at the right time.
c. Establish a low level of mutual trust between employees.
d. Be proactive in environmental monitoring and management.
e. Set realistic objectives and a realistic pacing of implementation schedules.
f. Avoid a clear and shared understanding of purposes.
Considering an IPO, what are plausible scenarios for the period leading up to a final pricing meeting, which
typically takes place the night before the IPO, and how should management respond to these scenarios
The purpose of this assessment is to engage students in current challenges being faced by HR managers in a global
context. The assessment requires students to actively research both theory and practice of IHRM.
with MGT 420
Module 3 SLP you will be applying the concepts you learned in the background
Running head: conflict management
Date Running head: conflict management
1. a dysfunctional conflict at the work place
In the work place there were…
I have no
idea how to answer this question.What do I need to write ?I am doing a senior management report and I picked Boeing as my company. This report is about transformational change in the company.Thank you.
9. Strategies for controlling and appropriately regulating disruptive emotions and impulses such
a) Avoiding personal responses that may be insensitive or inappropriate in a given context
b) Manage disruptive emotions
c) Positively shaping interpersonal relationships
Emotional and decision making intelligence
Some effects of Data centers on environment: 0 The data centers have a huge number of batteries; these batteries if not disposed correctly.
0 Coolants will have a large number of chemicals which…
Hi, I have a question about discrimination, if lets say Budbeer the beer producer in Louisiana market, competes
with local brewers such as ABC, and XYZ. And lets say that Budbeer typically charged a higher price than its regional competitors, traditionally about 60 cents more per case, and suddenly they began cutting their price in the Louisiana market to the point where its price was lower there than anywhere else. Wile Budbeer did reduce its price, the price never fell below that charged by the regional competitors, do you think that Budbeer engaged in price discrimination? In my opinion I would say yes because they are only offering that price to that specificmarket that is Louisiana. What defenses would be available to fight this? I really can’t come up with any defense other than Budbeer is located in Louisiana and therefore their cost to sell there is cheaper. I still dont think that is a strong enough defense. Can you help me with this question?
Determine that advantages and disadvantages of a sole proprietorship.
What is a general
partnership; a limited partnership?
What are the Common Terms that are included in a partnership agreement. Is a partnership an entity in Pennsylvania?
What is the Uniform Partnership Act?
Explain an LLC and its advantages/disadvantages.
What are the classifications of corporations? Explain them.
What, if any, are the differences between an S (Sub-Chapter S) Corporation and a C (Sub-chapter C)?
Explain Piercing the Corporate Veil.
As a change leader, you can be a positive influence on change and making change happen, strengthening your own
career and professional capabilities.
Discuss the differences between managing change and leading change. What are the advantages of being a change leader?
Total demand for daily perishable item is a random variable with a distribution estimated below.
Each item costs 0.60 in materials and labor and then sold for 2.50 each. All unsold items are…
How can resistance to change occur?
What are the different stages to individual change and the
barriers to implementing change in organizations. As a manager of a small hotel in the city, how would you manage these issues in order to implement and effect change to help improve the organization.
What metrics does the organization use to monitor and manage process performance for inputs and
What are the financial, external, and internal performance measures currently used by the organization?
What product attributes are considered important to the organization’s success?
When assessing international markets for suppliers, the MOST important item supply management should consider is
a. risk of the extended supply chain
b. expansion of the customer base
c. culture of the supplier
d. broadening supply base
Supply Chain Management
to an organization whose diversity training efforts
Which of the following pieces of advice might you not offer to an organization whose diversity training efforts
A) Offer voluntary training that advances organizational goals.
B) Make training mandatory, primarily to avoid liability in diversity lawsuits.
C) Offer incentives to middle managers who incorporate diversity initiatives into hiring, development, and promotion decisions.
D) Hold leadership responsible for modeling behaviors that support diversity.
An Integrated Product Team (IPT) has been established to develop a critical network system that will be
accessed 24/7. You receive an urgent email from the program manager that the system is having performance issues with a key system component. This is the first notification of the need to monitor and control the situation. Which step of the metrics development process should be considered first?
A 17 year old boy was initially referred by his mother to be seen by you as a counselor in private practice for
anger management. After three months of counseling the boy turns 18. The mother is noticing strange behavior from her son and demands to see her childs clinical records. you refuse to release the records, informing her that the client is no longer a minor.
What is the ethical issue described in the scenario? Why is this an ethical issue?
To ensure the organisation keeps abreast of new industry trends, your client has decided to take a fresh approach
to continuous improvement and quality assurance.The client would like you to establish a continual assessment, review and evaluation process for their organisation.
The Client has asked you to summarize a short report that recommends what should be included in the quality system and how opportunities for improvement are identified, recorded and acted upon. At this stage the report is aimed at senior management and is confidential. The client will decide when and how your recommendations are to be communicated to the total work team?
Sorry, I am only looking for points, not the report, I understand I must do the report myself
Laws Addressing Sexual orientation discrimination Course Name
California Court Addressing Sexual orientation discrimination
March 17, 2016
University Name 1 Laws Addressing Sexual orientation…
What is a positive effect of globalization for developing countries?
The volume and volatility of capital flows decreases the risk of banking and currency crises.
b. Businesses can become part of international production networks and supply chains.
c. Income inequalities are leveled.
d. Protectionist policies are gradually removed.
You have been asked by your human resources (HR) director to create a benefits booklet for the employees within
your organization. In your booklet, you will explain the discretionary (including pension and retirement plans) and mandated benefits that your organization offers. Be sure to completely explain these benefits and how to use them within your booklet. When discussing pension and retirement plans, ensure that the participation requirements for these plans are fully described.
You are the head of HR and your organization just approached you to restructure the sales team. There are
currently four Divisional Vice Presidents that oversee 15 District Managers each. In order to restructure there will now be two Divisional Vice Presidents with three Regional Directors reporting to each of them. Further more there will be 10 District Managers overseen by the 6 regional directors.
Which of the following is an example of disruptive innovation
1. Apple begins selling its
up-market iMAC Computer and then it introduces and even more expensive version of the computer with a new screen designed for top quality display
2. A small hamburger stand located in a gas station becomes so popular, that it takes over a large building and takes most of the customers that patronize McDonald’s, Wendy and Burger King
3. Amazon announces that it will begin offering electronic books for lower prices on its electronic Kindle reading devices.
4. An upscale department store such as Nordstrom, decides to add a free shopping service for all customers who spend a minimum of $10,000 per year at the store.
Use at least one appropriate tool or methods to identify your own emotional strengths and weaknesses. Options
include, for example:
a. personal SWOT analysis
b. workplace 360° evaluation
c. online emotional intelligence test
Note: Keep evidence (for example, worksheets and screenshots) to submit with your reflection as evidence.
2. Identify at least three instances where you have felt stressed or experienced a negative emotional state at work. For each instance, consider the precise context, causes and your response.
3. Identify at least two causes or triggers of your own personal emotional states at work. Identify how you can use awareness of such triggers to control your responses and achieve positive outcomes, especially with respect to your impact on others and their work performance.
4. Identify at least one instance of modelling workplace behaviours that demonstrate management of emotions as an example for others to follow.
5. Identify three actions you will take to improve your own emotional intelligence on the basis of self-reflection or feedback from others. Reflect on emotional intelligence principles and strategies to justify your proposed actions.
2. Do you think that managing the same thing as
1. What does the term management mean to you?
2. Do you think that managing the same thing as
3. To be a manager or a leader, does one need to be a supervisor?
If the risk management issue is the risk of not being reimbursed for the services rendered. The care giver
considered the costs versus the benefits of providing care to the patient and then ends not being paid.
What could be the solution to resolve this issue? What challenges could be forseen with the solution?
How can In-depth Interviews assist a manufacturer of a product in the development and implementation of a pricing
strategy and the measurement of buyer/customer price sensitivity (i.e., elasticity)? Does this type of interview represent a focus group approach to preferences and intentions or actual purchases? Explain your answer.
Supply Chain Management
Running Head: COMPENSATION AND BENEFIT PACKAGES
1 Compensation and Benefit Packages
Date COMPENSATION AND BENEFIT PACKAGES
2 The position being advertised is the Graduate Trainee…
Alber, a project manager, completed a complex project. he then prepared a project final report for the purview of
senior management. in a specific section of the report, he listed the management practices that worked well for the project and helped team members complete the project without any delay. which of the following items did Albert address in this section?
3- administrative performance
4- project forecasting
5- closure of facilities
William Thompson keeps a close watch on all chemicals that go in and out of the chemical lab. He accidentally
spilled hydrogen peroxide and bleach. He was recently cleaning with bleach when he accidentally knocked over a small portion of hydrogen peroxide. The lab is now filled with smoke and the smoke has caused the fire alarm to go off. All 500 employees left the building. When the fire chief arrived and did not see a fire, he questioned William. William explained what happened. He mentioned that it was a complete accident and that he was sorry. When you meet with William, what would you say?
Many new businesses fail to consider this. What will be your organizational structure and how will this help you
develop a high performance team and a high performance culture to help your business succeed in event management?
You will need to open your MS Project file to a blank project. Also open your Work Breakdown Structure. You will
copying that into MS Project, indenting deliverables and tasks as shown in the accompanying PowerPoint presentation, and then assigning duration estimates and work estimates for each task. You will then sequence the tasks and develop a resource sheet from which you will assign resources to each task. The end result will be a complete project schedule and a complete project budget. Be sure to use the Using MS Project PowerPoint as a resource.
Sample Project (MS Project file)
Sample WBS (Excel file)
Fish to Go Is Going Places
Your company, Fish to Go, is a quick service restaurant specializing
in fish tacos. Your success in the United States has been excellent, and your company has decided to develop an international strategy to further develop your market share. As the vice president for human resources, you have been asked to develop an international staffing strategy. The organization has decided that it makes the most sense to hire host-country nationals to manage the restaurants. Your current Fish to Go managers earn upwards of $45,000 per year, plus 2 percent profit sharing. The organization is also looking to you to determine and develop a comprehensive training program for your host-country managers. A training program is also needed for employees, but you have decided to wait and develop this with input from the host-country managers. Fish to Go has identified Mexico and the UK as the first two countries that will be entered.
What can HR do to support employees and
Even though the increased division of labour associated with outsourcing is likely to
result in increased productivity and wages in the long run, the short-run transitional effects
are less clear….
Cornell University School of Hotel Administration The Scholarly Commons
Articles and Chapters School of Hotel Administration Collection 2010 Key Issues in Strategic Human Resources
can you pleas explain this to me?
Earlene Gibson, the HR
can you pleas explain this to me?
Earlene Gibson, the HR
manager of BioMd, is planning to implement a socialization program in the organization. She designs a program in which each stage of socialization is an elimination tournament, and a new hire is out of the organization if he or she fails. Earlene submits the program draft to the CEO for approval. Which of the following, if true, would be the strongest counterargument for the implementation of this plan?
A) BioMd has a strong RD orientation and innovation and risk taking are the major values that the company promotes.
B) The management is intending to develop a homogeneous workforce that is highly cohesive and goal oriented.
C) One of the goals of the socialization program is to exercise more discipline and control in the organization.
D) The company is characterized by a vertical organizational structure and centralized decision making.
Which of the following is a direct cost of turnover?
A) Orientation and Training
B) Decreased productivity of employees
C) Advertising Costs
D) All of the above would be considered a direct cost of turnover.
Strategic Leadership: Managing the Strategy-Making Process for
This assignment covers chapter one, Strategic Leadership: Managing the Strategy-Making Process for
Competitive Advantage, and two, External analysis: The Identification of Opportunities and Threats.
Mary is a member of a manager-managed LLC but is not a manager. However, Mary has considerable expertise in the
business of the LLC. Mary assisted the managers for the first couple of years of the LLC’s existence without any difficulties. During the third year, Mary began to challenge some of the decisions made by the managers who had begun to shut Mary out of most decisions. Mary demands that as a member of the LLC she be allowed to participate in its management and that she be compensated for the services she is providing. In this case:
a. Mary cannot demand a continued management role, but is entitled to compensation for the services already delivered.
b. Mary will be allowed to participate in management and is entitled to compensation.
c. Mary is not entitled to participate in management, nor is she entitled to compensation.
d. Mary will be allowed to participate, but is not entitled to any compensation.
First main problem when Kyle did not receive message. The diversity collection are at the
present supplied in the entire of UNA’s main grocery provisions and show to always be so…
1. A local bakery wants to determine its current energy productivity after making an
investment for modifications to the bakery’s ovens to make them more energy efficient. (a)…
One problem with path-goal theory is that:
a. it has very little research
b. some elements of the theory have not yet been studied.
c. it ignores the possibility that the best leadership style depends on the situation.
d. it overlooks the two dimensions of leadership identified in the behavioral perspective of leadership.
e. it ignores team dynamics as a possible contingency of leadership.
Title Stress Management in College students: A Needs Assessment Introduction
We are considering stress is one of the healthcare problems. Most of disease or
disturbances of normal physiological…
Line Managers to incorporate privacy and security controls into
What are some recommendations for both HR Line Managers to incorporate privacy and security controls into
the related processes before using data and analytics to improve the quality of decision-making?
First of all note that there are = 35*3 = 105 observations in total so by applying the 2k amp
the approximate number of classes is 7.
From the Tread Wear data,
why might a company consider expanding its supply chain internationally?
a. to obtain access to
lower cost suppliers
b. to take advantage of a skilled labor base in another country
c. to support international expansion of sales
d. to fend off competition from an international competitior
e. all of the above.
Supply Chain Management
How can one plan involving the 6 dimensions of wellness to try and manage their stress?
else can one make changes in their life to improve both management of stress and quality of life?
Importance of data recording and management in clinical research. What
are some of the pros/cons of electronic data capture systems?
it is important to create well designed Case Report Forms (CRFs)…
In regards to a company’s overall benefits compensation plan:
What are the risks and benefits of leading the
market strategy, meeting the market strategy and Lagging in the market strategy
Simpler cupcake $2.30 per doz
Fancy cupcake $3.50 each
2-pack price $5.50
Avge SP pu $2.75
Franchise cost amp; Co store cost $1.25 pu
Total VC pu = $0.50 (DM $0.25, DL $0.25)
Unsold cake $0.75…
A modern supply chain is a dynamic network of great complexity. Thus, organisations should strive for
developing supply chain strategies, configuring supply chains to maximise performance and coping with technological changes.
Based on the above statement, please advise how do the organisations configure their supply chains through collaboration, lean principles and agility
Supply Chain Management
Many professional athletes have agents to negotiate their contracts. If you were the agent for one of these
players, what would your duties be and what would you want listed in the player’s contract?
As the CEO of XYZ, Corp., you need approximately twenty workers to meet your customers’ needs. What are the pros and cons of hiring these workers as independent contractors versus them being hired as employees?
Since a corporations only reason for existence is the increase shareholder wealth, is it really possible, or should it even be, for it be a good corporate citizen?
ITMG Cyberlaw Week 7 Assignment:300 Words and APA Format
Text: Ferrera, Reder, Bird, Darrow,Aresty, Klosek amp;Lichtenstein
Special Topics Collection: Cyberlaw – Text and Cases
Employment anti-discrimination laws have changed in many ways over the years. Discuss these key changes, and how
these legal shifts relate to an HR Manager’s continuous effort to negotiate internal personnel changes and external legal changes.
Does not account for fault. Question 3
True Question 4
False Question 5
Include limits on the amount of damages a plaintiff can recover for pain and suffering…
Running Head: SAP ERP 1 Name
Date Running Head: SAP ERP 2
SAP ERP Production Planning and Execution cycle (as implemented in SAP ERP)
There are two main processes involved in the…
that are required to have a legally enforceable
Five elements of a contract:
To have a valid contract, there must be (1) offer; (2) acceptance; (3) consideration; (4)
capacity to execute the contract; and (5) the contract is…
a) A lack of risk decision making structure and lack of accountability for risk decisions in an organization.
Almost every business executive is comfortable with risk decision making, however, in many cases the right people aren’t making those decisions. Organizations need to develop a structure so that the important risk-based decisions are made, by the right people, those who are accountable for the impacts-good or bad. This typically means some kind of risk governance structure that defines what decision making powers each level of the organization has and an oversight structure and escalation path for those risks that need monitored or managed higher up in the food chain.
b) The lack of meaningful risk assessment process. There are organizations that consider risk management something they have to do from a compliance standpoint who conduct superficial risk assessments. Others just don’t have the right skills to develop a meaningful risk assessment process. A meaningful process enables the identification of risks based on the goals of the organization and describes those risks in business terms either qualitatively or qualitatively through a common risk taxonomy.
So who ARE the right people? Do they vary or should the team making decisions stay stable? What factors should be considered when we are looking at our decision making bodies?
Select one (1) of the Neolithic cultures discuss the impact of myths within that chosen culture. What do you
think the role of myths serves in our modern belief systems, whether that being secular or religious? Justify your response.
In Ashforth and Mael’s article, they spend a lot of time on social identity theory. Why is social or group
identification so important?
a.Social/group identification is seen as personally experiencing the successes and failures of the group.
b.You are either in the group or out of the group
c.Once you are in the group you buy in to all the group’s attitudes
d.All of the above
The four functions of management model has been criticized as being irrelevant to today’s managers. Do you agree
or disagree with the critics who question the relevance of this model? Explain the answer and support the context position.
Why is Operations Management important?
what is Operations management?
Why is Operations Management important?
differences between Goods Services?
Manufacturing and service processes approaches solution specific questions and formulate distinct
strategies in relation to making plans and dealing with the way in which an enterprise is run….
The company that you are working is growing rapidly but there are insufficient funds to take advantage of the
growth. your company CFO have suggested a few option including issuing shares bonds or preferred shares. as a general manager in a large listed company, you are interested in learning about the differences of each these financial assets.
1. Would Enterprise’s approach human resource management work in other industries?
Answer : No, because at the HRM of this enterprise , there is no border between employees and managers , all
RUNNING HEAD: GALAXY TOY INCO COMPANY 1 Name: Galaxy Toy Inc. Company School
Date RUNNING HEAD: GALAXY TOY INCO COMPANY 2 Introduction
The subject is centered on the…
After a meeting with the operations manager of your organization, you close the door to your office so you can
think of strategies to resolve an issue that has come up. The operations manager casually mentioned he had just finished a performance review of one of his employees and offered the employee a large raise because of all the hours the employee was putting in. The raise was equal to 11 percent of the employee’s salary. The operations manager, being new both to the company and to a union shop, wasn’t aware of the contract agreement surrounding pay increases. An employee must receive a minimum of a 2 percent pay increase per year and a maximum of 6 percent per year based on the contract. You worry that if the union gets wind of this, everyone at that employee’s pay level may file a grievance asking for the same pay raise. Of course, the challenge is that the manager already told this person he would be receiving the 11 percent raise. You know you need to act fast to remedy this situation.
discuss a Focus Low-Cost Strategy within the context of a real organization and one of their current product or
service offerings. Why did you pick this particular company and their product or service as an example of that particular generic competitive strategy?
What tool was used,
Share a time where an organization you worked with used a process improvement tool. What tool was used,
what was the situation that warranted this work and what was the outcome.
d.Customer check out system failure (cash register)+
To smoothly manage the daily activities in the house hold appliance floor, you have developed the
following chart. +
Managing Alliances/Sales Promotion+
Receive and Display
Providing Customers Shopping
Store Administration and Management of Premises+
COMMUNITY FIRE AND RISK PREVENTION 1 Community Fire and Risk Prevention
Institution: COMMUNITY FIRE AND RISK PREVENTION 2
In California Los Angeles, most people live on…
Running head: CASE REVIEW 1 Case Review
Institution CASE REVIEW 2
Case Review 1. In his speech to Davos, Mr. Gates will gets his words from Adam Smith in his book
‘Wealth of Nations’ which…
Running head: ETIHAD AIRWAYS AND THE LOST LUGGAGE Etihad Airways And the lost luggage
Quality Management Tools Amna Ahmed H00255030
Afeya Al kindi H00281050
Hamda Rashed H00269914 ETIHAD AIRWAYS…
Alfonso produces a range of wine gums. It has added a new product called the ‘Dimple’
to its range. The ‘Dimple’ is an alcoholic Scotch whisky flavoured wine gum confectionery made in the shape of the famous Dimple ‘three pinch decanter’ bottle. In addition, the confectionery has the colour and flavour of Scotch whisky and has the name ‘Dimple’ in raised letters on each wine gum. The product itself is sold from boxes that have Alfonso’s name and details on them. The product is advertised on radio and television under the slogan ‘Dimple — when only the best will do’. No indication that Alfonso is the maker of the product appears in the advertisement. The product has been a great success.
Dang Sons is the exclusive licensee of ‘Dimple’ Scotch whisky for Australia and the holders of the registered trade marks in class 33 for alcoholic beverages for the name ‘Dimple’ and the shape of the Dimple bottle. The Dimple Scotch whisky is also marketed under the slogan ‘When only the best will do’. Dang Sons institute proceedings against Alfonso for infringement of their trade marks in the name Dimple and the shape of the bottle.
Advise Alfonso supporting your arguments with appropriate authorities.
Silvia and her brother Clyde make a code of rules they have to follow together. The rules are as
I) If Silvia bakes a cake, then Clyde can eat as much of it as he wants.
II) Silvia and Clyde can only go to movies they are both interested in seeing.
III) every time Clyde borrows Silvia’s car, he must put some gas init. Silvia must do the same when she borrows Clyde’s motorcycle.
IV) If Clyde makes a cobbler, Silvia can eat as much of it as she wants.
Which ethical philosophies are represented in these rules?
Imagine that you are the human resources (HR) manager at a small start-up company, and your company has just been
awarded a new contract that is requiring a huge increase in the organization’s workforce. As a result, you have been asked to outline the process that you will use to develop an internally consistent compensation system and present it to the owners of the company for approval.
address the following issues:
Training and development are center agent works in HRM
Training is the critical subsystem of human resource development. Training is a
specific capacity in HRM.
Training enhances changes, moulds…
Explain what a savior is all about.
After the change agent often comes a savior to replace them. Explain what a savior is all about. .
Hint: Think of the change agent as one who comes in and upsets the organization by making drastic changes and cuts to achieve the owner’s goals. Do you feel the people left will be comfortable and secure in their positions or do they need a savior to come in and save them?
an article on the
Texas Department of Criminal Justice has made a suitable demand that lessening their financial
plan would bring about huge cutbacks and expanded expenses from extra…
Briefly, explain each myth and provide a short
Wright discussed the six myths and realities of team work. Briefly, explain each myth and provide a short
personal thought of the myth bounced against reality.
Select one (1) of the myths to investigate and research further.
Why do people buy into this myth?
Is it difficult to influence others to see the reality against the myth? Explain your thoughts.
In text citations and references.
(Wright, D. (2013). The myths and realities of teamwork, 1st ed. Retrieved from http://bookboon.com/en/the-myths-and-realities-of-teamwork-ebook
How are long-arm statutes and forum-selection clauses similar?
a. They both eliminate the necessity
13) How are long-arm statutes and forum-selection clauses similar?
a. They both eliminate the necessity
for a court to have subject matter jurisdiction. b. They both eliminate any requirement that there be a connection between a state and a party over whom that state is attempting to exercise jurisdiction. c. They both can be factors in determining whether or not a state has personal jurisdiction over a defendant. d. They both eliminate the need to meet venue requirements in a case.
Running header: PROBLEMS OF AIRPORT MANAGEMENT 1 Problems of Airport Management: An Analysis
Like many of other important sectors in the United States, the U.S. airports are also
faced with several…
Which HRM policies can help organization ensure that managers poses required competencies:
2) Learning Development
3) Selection Assessment Promotion
4) All of the above?
What are some barriers to gaining the necessary support from leaders for risk or quality
Over 40 years back, Donabedian proposed observing so as to measure the nature of human…
Employer relation strategy
Equal employment opportunity
Employers are expected to follow guidelines federal and state equal employment opportunity.
Employer needs are a prerequisite understanding…
What would Goldman Sachs SWOT and PEST analysis look like?
Assess Goldman Sachs Competitive
What plans should Goldman Sachs have for its sustained innovation in the global market.
Knowledge Acquired for Organizational Success The Organization
• Human resource management and development (HRM) describes the
formal system in which people are managed…
Explain in less
1 Environmental Risk Management
Risk is a combination of the probabilities or likelihoods of a hazard with the likely
consequences of that hazard. A hazard is an agent, which could be…
Describe how a performance management system is different from an annual performance appraisal event. What
makes it more effective? What happens when the entire process is not followed? What are some of the negative impacts of poorly conducted performance appraisals?Be detailed in your response and share few examples of what you have observed in your previous or current organizations.
Discuss your personal experience with performance evaluations. How were your performance goals established? Was it limited to an annual appraisal or was there ongoing feedback? How did these factors influence your performance and motivation?
In brief, describe the theory of Abraham Maslow.
How has the theory of Abraham
Maslow increased our understanding of personal and Organizational needs and satisfaction?
What are the criticisms of Abraham Maslow’s Theory?
References and in-text citation
GLOBAL VENTURE: Presented By:
Financial overview for global venture.
Professor: GENERAL BUDGET FOR THE
CHICCO GLOBAL VENTURE. Sales Transportation Personnel Overhead…
Currently, your mid-size organization has domestic operations only. It wants to open a new facility in another
a. As the IHRM leader, which of the 4 approaches to international operations (ethnocentric, polycentric, geocentric, or regiocentric) would you recommend to the leadership (and why) as it pertains to HR practices?
b. Note: you can be creative in describing the characteristics of the organization to help you determine which approach you recommend.
It is a 547 bed facility. There is
You are the Quality Assurance Manager at Viking Hospital in Ft Bend, Indiana. It is a 547 bed facility. There is
a 92-bed psychiatric practice and a 60-bed rehabilitation facility. We have a 5-story office building connected to the facility. Management has identified some areas of the hospital that have impacted the quality of care being provided. Your department has been charged to identify the best QI approach to address these issues. This is what you know so far:
The tussle between the patient and the hospital has both ethical and legal implications, whichever
way the two conflicting parties handle the matter. Essentially, there seems to be application of…
At a local processing plant, supervisors and employees were facing low quality of mail sortation resulting in
mis-sorted, mis-delivered, and mis-sequenced mail. Delivery was being delayed and mail returns were unacceptably high. Machine performance was substandard and overtime usage was high. Employee performance was not being addressed for fear of union shop intervention. Customer complaints continue to rise. The current performance of 93% was below the breakthrough goal of 98%. The plant manager summoned the leadership team to discuss possible solutions to this ongoing problem.
Out of the meeting, the leadership team agreed to an improvement plan to raise the delivery point sequence quality to 98%. A quarterly contest was immediately started with the floor manager receiving the implementation instructions during the program kick-off. None of the floor management staff was included in the planning. Employees were unaware of the program details. Maintenance was not informed. After the first quarter, the quality remained at 93%, and in some weeks even had declined. Customer complaints persisted and employee motivation was evidently lacking.
1) Consumable food and drugs are involves in each case, it involves medical services from
manufacturing companies, to the way they are packed, supplied and even their consumption, it
Immigration from Middle-Eastern and European countries is projected to drastically increase over the next several
decades. Taking this into consideration, cultural and religious differences will play a major role in the workplace, which will need to be addressed.
Need help with a response to this question. Im having trouble applying examples to the relevant theories
in order for a strong response:
Identify and discuss 3 strategies of human resource management and the four steps ‘HRM’ would consider to attract and effective workforce?
Date: April 29, 2017
To: GM Management
Subject: Equal Employment Opportunity
I hope you are doing well in your various responsibilities in the effort to make General Motors
Question 1: The Strategic Purpose of Training and Career Development
Why do you believe
organizations invest in training and career development programs for employees? How does the organization benefit? How can training and development support an organization’s strategic goals? Why should HRMs focus on the career development of employees? Use the articles and resources provided to support your ideas.
Please use two sources – the one below could be helpful
The Asserter- I stand up for what I want.
2. The Expert- I know my
3. The Politician- I am influential in the circles where decisions are made.
4. The Preparer- I research topics before forming an opinion.
5. The Presenter- I convey my ideas persuasively.
6. The Client-Centric- I meet my audience’s needs
Provide feedback on how it relates to you and your style. How might you use your style in leading organizational development and change in your organization?
Nydegger, a contractor, who held a policy of insurance for $6,000 on the life of his debtor, Stewart, whose
whereabouts were unknown, finding it difficult to pay the premiums, made an arrangement with the insurance company under which the policy was surrendered, and a paid- up policy for $2,500 was issued by the company and accepted by him in lieu of the policy surrendered. At the time of this transaction both parties acted on the supposition that Stewart was alive, but in point of fact he had been dead ten days. Nydegger claims the $6,000, but the insurance company refuses to pay more than $2,500 on the ground that the contract was in the nature of a doubtful claim. Is this defense valid? Explain.