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Operations Management

An airline company must plan its fleet capacity and its long-term schedule of aircraft usage. For one flight segment, the average number of customers per day is 70, which represents a 65 percent utilization rate of the equipment assigned to the flight segment. If demand is expected to increase to 84 customers for this flight seg

Gain and Profit-sharing plans

The CEO of your organization stops you in the hallway and inquires about gain-sharing. It is clear to you that he is mixing up gain-sharing and profit-sharing concepts. You suggest that you meet with him tomorrow to go over the basics of gain-sharing and profit-sharing plans. Briefly describe what gain-sharing and profit-sha

Model decisions involving uncertainty

Please help answer the following question. Can you describe how to model decisions involving uncertainty? Discuss the various strategies and please also include examples in the solution.

What They Don't Know Won't Hurt Them

What They Don't Know Won't Hurt Them During my last two years in college, I worked for animal hospital in my hometown. In my time there, many animals passed away in their sleep or four unknown reasons. It was not uncommon. In the situation, our facility would offer the owners the service of an autopsy. An autopsy is a procedu

Equilibrium Price and Output Calculation

Suppose p = 20 - 2q and MR=20-4q is the market demand function for a local monopoly. the marginal cost is 2 q. the local monopoly tries to maximize its profits by equating mc = mr and charging a uniform price. what will be the equilibrium price and output? A) $6.33, 3.33 units; b) $6.33, 5 units; c) $13.33, 3.33 units; d) $10, 5

Contemporary Business

Discuss how your perspective of business has changed as a result of the knowledge gained from this course. As Bill Gates once said: My success, part of it certainly, is that I focused in on a few things. Looking ahead, speculate what the pending issues in business will be 15 years from today. Based upon your answer to the p

Johnson and Johnson's Tylenol Response Is the Gold Standard in Crisis Management

Johnson and Johnson's Tylenol Response Is the Gold Standard in Crisis Management The 1982 the Tylenol poisonings was the case that put "crisis management" into the permanent management lexicon. The facts are legendary. In the fall of 1982, a murderer added 65 mg of cyanide to some Tylenol capsules while they were on store she

Ellis Quilting company

1. Ellis Quilting company makes blankets that it markets through a variety of departments stores. Problem: 13-23 Effects of order quality on special order decision Ellis Quilting Company makes blankets that it markets through a variety of department stores. It makes the blankets in batches of 1,000 units. Ellis made 20,000 bla

Methods of Performance Appraisal

What method of performance appraisal does your current or previous workplace use? What are some positive and negative aspects to this method?

Virtual versus Face-to-Face Presentations

Understanding the differences between virtual and face-to-face presentations is certainly becoming more important as business needs grow. Assess and explain the principal differences between face-to-face and virtual presentations. As an attendee or class participant, is seeing and interacting with the presenter of critical impor

Exploitation

What are some current examples of exploitation (or even slavery), cruelty, and rationalization by the perpetrators? Examples: sweatshops, modern day slavery, etc. What is being done about these evils? What can be done?

Financial Understanding of their Organization

Why is it essential for all managers to have a financial understanding of their organization? What reports would be central to achieving financial understanding? How would you use such reports in daily operations?

Describe some benefits of using a Fish Bone diagram

5. Describe some benefits of using a Fish Bone diagram. Provide an example of when this technique is most useful.  6. Project metrics are fundamental to project risk management. Identify two metrics that are important for you when working on a project and justify your answer. 7. Why is it important to issue a retrospe

Readiness for Learning

How should a company assess readiness for learning? (Include characteristics of both the employee and the work environment.)

Program evaluation

Why should program evaluation be used or not used for public health and not-for-profit institutions in the development of adaptive strategies? Include supporting rationale in your response.

Management dilemma of a restaurant

I have a case study: Our management dilemma is that the restaurant is suffering from decreasing sales on an annual basis. Our research company will determine the possible factors of this occurring and supporting research to back this up: Have to research: -case studies of how other restaurants drew in lunch crowds. -co

Motivating the Unmotivated

Discuss some techniques that may be used in course design to help motivate students who attend training as a requirement and not because they want to be there. Please include references.

Monte Carlo Simulation

Explain the concept of risk analysis and how Monte Carlo simulation can provide useful information for making decisions. Please be detailed.

Ellis Quilting company

1. Ellis Quilting company makes blankets that it markets through a variety of departments stores. Problem: 13-23 Effects of order quality on special order decision Ellis Quilting Company makes blankets that it markets through a variety of department stores. It makes the blankets in batches of 1,000 units. Ellis made 20,000 b