You are part of the senior management team of your own company. You have been named to lead a cross-functional team that will introduce and implement a major change in your central operating system. Your team anticipates significant resistance to this initiative since the company has been using the old system for over 10 years.
Have you ever gone through an employee orientation? How did the experience meet the goals (i.e., reduce anxiety, reduce turnover, save time, develop realistic expectations) of orientation? Offer two (2) suggestions for improvement of the program
1. Describe an instance when you stood up and spoke out for what was right even though you were in the minority or were greatly outnumbered. 2. Analyze the consequences of standing up and indicated whether you would do it again. 3. Analyze an instance when someone told you the hard truth about something you did or didn'
Use the Internet to identify at least two software change management products. Contrast their features and costs. Please include references. Thank you for the help!!
A company may adjust its territorial boundaries in large citites because of the market concentration of certain racial, national, or religious groups. One part of a city may have a heavy ethnic concentration. Retailers also may be predominantly of the same ethnic group, and use of the group's native language may be widespread i
Salespeople normally are prohibited from going outside their territorial boundaries in search of business. Sometimes, however, a customer located in one district will voluntarily seek out a sales rep or branch office located in another district. Perhaps this customer can realize a price advantage by buying outside his/her home
- Provide some information about 3-4 organizations. (Company industry, products/services, size, employees, core values, information on CEO, company culture, etc.) - what are the implications of transformational leadership issues in these organizations. - How have these organizations have solved these issues
Use your professional network or an online social network to find a performance practitioner who will meet you. In the interview ask two basic questions. Then, follow-up with any other questions that occur to you. In particular, ask questions about how work gets assigned, how decisions get made, and how practitioners position
Describe the Five Stages of Tuckman's Theory of Group Development. Describe Groupthink, and identify at least four of its symptoms.
Discuss two of the following statements. Discuss the job performance model and compare and contrast Maslow's and McClelland's need theories. Review the Four Intrinsic Rewards underlying intrinsic motivation, how managers can cultivate motivation in others, and the causes and consequences of job satisfaction. Describ
Which of the following is a common criticism of research articles? Answer: Data collection carefully controlled Limitations of the study were stated Selecting of participants was appropriate Weaknesses in design of research -I would say weaknesses in design would be correct Which section of a proposal states what contribution has been made by previous research? Answer : Discussion Literature review Method Introduction - I read that the introduction sometimes includes the research however so does the literature review so I am unsure which answer is correct Which section of a proposal discusses the reliability of any tests that are to be used? Answer : Literature review Introduction Method Implications and limitations
I am having difficulty finding answers to these questions. I have guesses, but I am not positive if they are the answers. Can you help? ********************** Which of the following is a common criticism of research articles? Answer: Data collection carefully controlled Limitations of the study were stated Se
I need help with these questions to help write a paper on research proposal what section of a research proposal discusses the reliability of any test that are to be used? which sections of a research proposal states what contribution has been made by previous research? Which is a common criticism of research articles? Data
What are the various roles HR plays in organizations, from generalists to specialists? What are the various specialties of HR management, such as employee relations and staffing management? Choose one specialty, and describe the key competencies and strategic assistance that it provides to an organization.
Besides the usual problems generally associated with product development such as assigning tasks to competent people, monitoring progress, and dealing with delays and changing requirements, there are also several challenges unique to developing software. Among these are managing a process that moves forward in small increments a
Self-Directed Learning: How could you further develop your skills to grow into an HR training position?
You would like to grow into a training position in your Human Resource department. You have some experience with training but you do not know what a position like this requires or how well your skills might match. How could you further develop your skills to grow into an HR training position? Develop a task list to prioritize th
You have been advised that there will be a group of hearing impaired individuals attending your "Effective Presentations" training class. Discuss how you will design your presentation, the method you will use to deliver the content, and the resources you will need to assist you for an effective training class. (Roughly 2 para
See attached file. Seven questions of policy issues, pay model, compensation alignment, job analysis, evaluation
1. Needs Assessment If you had to conduct a needs assessment for your current employer (or most recent, if not currently employed) describe the method you would use. Why did you choose that method? 2. Effective Learning Do you think instructional objectives help learning to occur? Why or why not? 3. Learning Theories
â?¢ Submit a personal reflection and purpose statement prior to attending the residency. The assignment must include, at a minimum, the following key elements. â?¢ Include the factors that led you to pursue this degree and your purpose for engaging this level of scholarship. Include the academic influences that shape your
Identify the stages of the systematic training cycle and explain how this process is used for identifying and responding to training and development needs. Can such a training cycle be applied broadly throughout an organisation? If necessary, how can it be adapted to accommodate diverse cultures?
In recent days, numerous incidents of civil disobedience have occurred in many Middle Eastern countries and Europe. Some experts attribute many of the social media, i.e. Facebook, cell phones, and others, as contributing to the massing of citizens and ultimately to some of the violence seen on the various news outlets. Recently,
I do not understand the assignment for the Article Critique...do we pick an article for something that is Workplace Security related? ANSWER: Yes, pick and article pertaining that pertains to any topic covered in Units 1-4. Check the announcement I placed in the course for some helpful hints. Here are a few pointers to a
Read Case Study 3.3 - Andy's Recipe Leadership Theory and Practice (Northouse) Address the three questions at the end of the case study. Provide research from two sources other than our course textbooks that either supports or contradicts your analysis. Your response should be two-three pages in addition to your cover page an
See attached files. As you think about implementing the training program at 'DNA', you know that you will need to collect data in order to prove ROI. ROI is calculated by dividing operational results by the training costs. These numbers are arrived at from conducting a cost-benefit analysis. Although you cannot actually calcu
The 'Try Training Company' is having difficulty understanding why its employees are showing little improvement from training on a new word processing software program. The training is a two-hour, computer-based tutorial that employees take on their own time. Design a reaction outcome evaluation that identifies employees' motivat
Based on Rawls' Theory of Justice as Fairness, complete the following: Summarize the concept of the "original position." Summarize the concept of the "veil of ignorance." Apply both concepts to an issue in today's society that you feel is important.
Based on Rawls' Theory of Justice as Fairness, complete the following: Summarize the concept of the "original position." Summarize the concept of the "veil of ignorance." Apply both concepts to an issue in today's society that you feel is important. Thanks
1. You are considering purchasing a personal computer. What factors would affect your price sensitivity in making the decision? How would those same factors affect the price sensitivity of some personal computer buyers differently? 2. What can a company do to decrease its customer's price sensitivity? Would all of the custom
There are many contributors to performance technology. Donald Kirkpatrick and Jack Phillips are two pioneers, regarded as influential in training evaluation. Visit Kirkpatrick's site, businessballs.com, for a description of his four levels of evaluation, Donald Kirkpatrick's Learning Evaluation Model. Jack Phillips added one
1. Judging on the basis of information in the case, describe the managerial skills that Southwest managers such as Colleen Barrett and Jim Parker use in their jobs at Southwest. Include examples of situations in which they use these skills. 2. Summarize the internal work environment at Southwest. Relate your summary to your
Julie Jones was hired by a popular fast food restaurant as an order taker and cashier. Shortly after taking the job, she was shocked to overhear an employee bragging to a friend about short changing customers. She confronted the employee who then snapped back. "Mind your own business. Beside, everyone does it and the customer never miss the money." Julie didn't know how to respond to this aggressive stance. What would be the practical consequences on the fast food industry and on consumers if cashiers generally shortchange customers at every opportunity?
Julie Jones was hired by a popular fast food restaurant as an order taker and cashier. Shortly after taking the job, she was shocked to overhear an employee bragging to a friend about short changing customers. She confronted the employee who then snapped back. "Mind your own business. Beside, everyone does it and the customer ne