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Business Management: Disciplinary Process

The primary purpose of any corrective action plan is to improve performance. It is essential to separate performance problems form behavioral problems. Performance problems are dealt with through additional training, behavioral problems require disciplinary action. In other words, is it that the employee cannot perform the

Employee Promotion, goals, stronger team, stability, benefits

Here is the second part of business management question for this week. 1. Anyone who is able to be promoted is an employee who has set goals and accomplished them. Explain why you agree or disagree with the above statement and support your response with references. 2. Supportive colleagues can only make a team stronge

Sample Annotated Bibliography

Suggest an annotated bibliography for these: Acur, N., & Bititci, U. (2004). A balanced approach to strategy process. International Journal of Operations & Production Management, 24(4), 388-408. Retrieved from The Global Logic of Strategic Alliances. Ohmae, K. (19

Green and Sustainable Business

Technology plays an important role in the green and sustainable business movement. Throughout history, in what ways has technology helped businesses become green and sustainable? In what ways has technology hindered businesses in their quest to become green and sustainable? Explain your answer with examples

Tata Motors Steers Into Ultra Affordable Cars

Tata Steers Into Ultra Affordable Cars How can a car sell for less than $3,000? That's the price Tata Motors set for it's new People'smotor, this tiny car includes absolutely no extras-no radio, no reclining seats. What the People's car does have, however, is an ultra -low price tag. And that is what makes it very attractive

Biases and Judgement

Part 1 For this assignment, use the same hypothesis and the Literature Review from your IP1 assignment and compose a 2-3 page theoretical framework (Step 4 of the Sekaran process). Use the components of a theoretical framework described in the Sekaran textbook as well as the examples contained in the textbook and in publishe


1) When we talk about corporate governance we sometimes forget the diversity of U.S. corporations. How is corporate governance different in a public company as compared with a private company, or a nonprofit corporation? Why? 2) Boards of Directors have become more independent of management in recent years than they used

MGT510 Strategic Management

Select a non-profit organization social group or volunteer agency that you know of, or of which you are a member, that you believe has an ethical culture. In what way is leadership a factor? What factors caused this culture to be ethical? Are there any events that would cause the culture to become less ethical? If so, what are t

Emantically, Syntactically Ambiguous or Free from Ambiguity

1. Decide whether the following claim a) states a value judgment not open to critical inspection, b) states a value judgment that is open to critical inspection (moral judgments), or c) is not a value judgment. If it is difficult to decide, try to identify the source of the problem. Explain your answer. The air in Cle

Cutter & Buck Inc: Organization and Supply Chain Integration

Please help with the following problem. Consider this company: Cutter & Buck Inc. Discuss the structure of this organization and its supply chain integration. horizontal organizational structure, vertical organizational structure, managers, employees, market logistics

Training and Development

Training Evaluation, Validation As the training manager, you are preparing to interview several consultants who may provide training services to your organization. As one of the goals for the interview, you want to find out about the evaluation and validation techniques of the consultants. Identify examples you will be look

Training and Development - "The New Tort of Negligent Supervision"

Training Evaluation, Validation Negligent training is a legal term for the lack of training or inadequate training that can be used in a lawsuit to prove the organization did not use reasonable care and thus did not provide an employee with all the knowledge and the basic skills to provide a safe environment for the guest. I

Performance Management Program: Training and Development

Training and Development You and the other members of the HR team have conducted an analysis of your organization and found that performance management processes are highly inconsistent among departments. Some departments have a process of a formal annual appraisal, while other departments do not provide employees with any d

Knowledgement Management Case Study

See attached file. This is a case study I created on Knowledge management. It contains 4 definitions which have been extracted from different sources. Please provide your expert opinions based purely on the 4 provided definitions. The 3 questions in the case study relate directly to the 4 definitions. Any supporting

Growth versus Values Solution

Based on a solution that you assisted with last year (#298983) regarding Ethical and Social Responsibility at New Belgium Brewery, can you assist with a few follow-up questions: Based on the company's current status (i.e. they appear to be successful and growing), Should New Belgium focus on growth and becoming a bigger player

Management/Problem Solving

Please help with the following problem. Consider the basic steps in the problem-solving process (identify the problem, identify the causes, identify alternatives, etc.). Identify a problem that you have encountered recently and identify which step of the problem-solving process was the easiest to complete, most difficult to

Research Methods:

A researcher posted three research questions. Research Question 1: Did topics of the visual coverage of the Iraq War differ between The New York Times and The Guardian newspapers? Research Question 2: Did the visual coverage of the human toll and destruction during the Iraq War differ between The New York Times and The Guardian

Research Methods:

Using Table 1.1, what type of research does the following statement describe? Explain and defend your analysis.(Book; Exploring Research 7th ed) The type of research is correlational. Data will be collected from the health and safety records from the past five years for the 50 fitness centers used in the study. The fitness

Process Management

1. Bottlenecks in a Process You purchase parts from three different countries and receive them all in your factory in the U.S Control chip= China Transmitter = Japan Housing = USA Key Ring = China Research the country of Japan (Which Provides the transmitter). Identify issues that could affect the supply chain (i.e.


Analysis #1: Telephone sales employees: What are your career-related concerns and recommendations? Analysis #2: On-site sales employees: What are your career-related concerns and recommendations Analysis #3: Team leaders: What are your career-related concerns and recommendations?

Licensing Innovative Products: Dyson Case Study

The text refers to James Dyson's difficulties in licensing his innovative vacuum cleaner (see for further information). What lessons would you draw from Dyson's experience concerning the use of licensing by small firms to exploit innovation?

Which architecture makes most sense for this company?

A small company in Des Moines wants to set up an IT architecture for its workforce. The company recently moved to an older building that has solid walls and ceilings. Furthermore, most of the staff like the flexibility of moving around the open office space to perform work on their laptops. Which architecture makes most sense fo