Chapter 10 Case Study Part 1: Situational Leadership and Constructive Discipline You are the manager of the sales department at Splendor Company. Sally has been your top sales representative consistently for over a year now. She is always in the office first, last to leave, thorough in her paperwork, and receiving praise f
The Nadler-Tushman Congruence Model is a comprehensive diagnostic model, which specifies inputs, throughputs and outputs.
The Nadler-Tushman Congruence Model is a comprehensive diagnostic model, which specifies inputs, throughputs and outputs. This model is based on the assumptions that organizations are open systems, they are dynamic, organizational behavior happens at all levels, and interactions occur between all of these levels. Being strong
Needing help on rewriting a job description Locate a job description using a popular website for job seekers. Analyze the job posting you selected. Consider the following criteria: How and when would you determine the need to create a job position within your business? What strategy would use to outlin
Review Case Study 1-1, "Reality Check: Ideal Versus Actual Performance Management System", on pages 24-5 of the text. Consider the performance management system in operation at your organization or, if necessary, find an example on the Web. Identify two characteristics that are not present at all--or barely present--in the syste
1. What is the difference between discrimination based upon disparate treatment and disparate impact? 2. In your opinion, which of the equal employment opportunity (EEO) laws have had the most profound effect on society? 3. How should EEO laws be changed and or amended to better protect the work force, in your opinion
Using an organization of interest as the subject matter, research the elements of business and provide 1 PERT chart and one 1 Gantt chart in addition to a written report that Analyzes the organization's basic legal, social, and economic environments Analyzes the organization's managerial, operational, and financial issues i
Examine the affect of cultural, global, and legal factors on that organization's strategic knowledge management (infringement actions, federal laws, organizational structure, etc.) on Google's Global impact on strategic knowledge management.
Describe the impact of uncertainty and change on the individual and the organization, and discuss how changing environments impact on organizations. Give examples from an organization you have read about.
1What is a contingency plan? What is risk analysis? What similarities and differences occur in the contingency plan and a risk analysis? Why are they important to a lodging organization? 2What are the steps in contingency plan development? What individuals should be involved in the development of a contingency plan? Why is it
â?¢ Explain the impact that organizational socialization has on job satisfaction â?¢ Provide an example of how an organization can use organizational socialization to positively impact job satisfaction.
I am majoring in International Business and I need a good topic and research paper for the CAPSTONE PROJECT that i have to engage in later in my Research Writing program (or very soon!). Thus, this research project ought to act as a springboard for that project. My professor asked us to please consider contemporary research ide
Explain how to conduct survey research and provide a examples for each of the steps.
What is correlational research and how dose correlations assess the degree to which variables are related.
What are some of the major sustainable development research theories and methodological insights? What are some of the key influences that shape sustainable development decision processes in the context of stakeholder interests and interactions? What are some of the factors internal and external to the practice of sustaina
What is the role of methods such as the PDCA cycle and/or a DMAIC (Define, measure, Analyze, Improve, and Control) in the decision making process to assure proper implementation and proper follow up?
Case Study 3-1 Chapter 3: Legal Influences Part 1: Recognizing Rights and Responsibilities of Unions and Management The Employer is a small, non-union furniture manufacturer with 15 employees engaged in interstate commerce. Both of the employees involved in this case worked in the machine shop buidling as band-saw operators
Case Study 7-2 The employer designs, installs, and maintains private telephone systems for customers. Employees in the bargaining unit have been represented for many years by the union. The parties' current collective bargaining agreement provides for the following medical insurance benefits: "basic medical benefits covering re
Strengths and Gaps in Systems Theory I need some help to research and analyze the systems theory. What are the strengths of this perspective of organizations? What are the gaps? Explain your rationale.
Analysis of Action Research Analyze the role of action research in organizational theory development & implementation. Be sure to address the following: Define action research Explore the process of theory development that evolves from action research Assess the value of implementation in the action research proc
I need help examining the process that was used when you made the decision to attend your college. Evaluate the measures, objectives, and categories that led to a satisfactory decision. Support your answer with examples of objectives and measures used to support your decision. Include: An overview description of the elemen
What is a capacity cushion and why would a firm have one? In what ways can management influence the arrival patterns of waiting lines?
What is a capacity cushion and why would a firm have one? In what ways can management influence the arrival patterns of waiting lines? Describe some of the generic differences between the production of good s and services What is the criterion for determining whether a project activity is on the "critical path" or not?
Needing help with the outline and some examples or just 1 example of a unionized organization. Choose an organization with which you are familiar that is currently unionized. Outline the organization chosen by including the following: 1. Provide brief background information on your chosen organization. 2. Identify legal
1) What is the value of understanding job analysis information as an operating manager? What can this information help you accomplish? How can you use the information to create a productive work environment? 2)What factors would you consider most important when determining leadership succession? Explain. 3) Are job descri
Topic: Associations between Cancer History and Sleep Related Variables in Long-term Cancer Survivors Need argumentative stance for the topic. PROPOSAL In preparation for the Research Paper Associations between Cancer History and Sleep Related Variables in Long-term Cancer Survivor, you will need to submit a proposal of
1. Summarize your current level of responsibility and decision- making ability in your company. What role do you play in your organization's strategy? What are your career goals for the next five years? What steps do you see yourself taking to achieve these goals? How will an MBA from UNC Kenan-Flagler help you reach these goals
(a) What types of research are conducted in your work environment (or other organizational setting with which you are familiar)? Briefly describe two or three examples. (b) Describe a business problem or opportunity that your organization is considering where business research would improve the quality of the decision. Wha
If one decides to hedge, when would one manage the hedging in-house, and when would one agree to the higher fees to have the bank manage the hedging? Interesting question! How this would be done depends on several factors. The first is how much do you plan to spend? What is the risk/return ratio of it? What is the pre
The competency, methods, analyse and research for the role of OH&S manager. 1. Clearly explain the value of good information to an organization. 2. There are five basic decision making levels within an organization, Strategic, Tactical, Operational, Programmed and Non-programmed. Provide an OHS example of each level provid
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 importance to you. Why or why not?
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
The office manager has asked for assistance in improving the gathering of patient data within the medical office and the patient flow through the visit process. The office manager has asked for your involvement on the project because she/he has noticed your attention to detail and enthusiasm. Draft the following: A polic