Important note: Please answer the following questions writing between 200 to 300 words to each questions. 1. What factors would you consider most important in recruitment of employees? Explain. 2. As a manager, which job analysis method would you prefer to use? How would you overcome the disadvantages associated with t
Compare and contrast the differences between "data" and "information". Give and explain several examples.
1. What do you consider a highly effective public administrative response to a problem? Why? 2. What is transfer of training and how is it used? How can managers ensure transfer of training? Explain your answer and provide an example.
1. What public policy trend do you consider most significant at the federal, state, and local levels? Why? 2. If you could change only one limitation on a public administrator's ability to respond to public policy issues, what would it be? Why?
Read Raymond Carver's "Neighbors" (pg .116). 1. Describe what you consider to be the story's main idea. 2. Describe a scene in the story that you thought the action of the main character(s) was interesting, troubling, or conflicting. What could account for this action? 3. What did the character (s) learn?
Compare and contrast the following methods of job evaluations and include examples that are not the same as in the textbook to demonstrate understanding: Lott, Benge and Multiple Regression. Identify the key differences.
The CEO of your company, Mr. Gilbert, has approached you with your next assignment for the new revolutionary product/service you created for the company. He explains to you that to move forward in operations, he needs you to prepare a memo explaining the scalability ideas of the new product/service. He also informs you that the
How does corporate governance impact financial planning? How can organizations manage this impact? I need references, in addition to the help, too. Thanks!
I am working on an assignment for my Information Systems in Accounting and Finance degree, and I got some problems that I really need help on. Below are my problems: What are the advantages and disadvantages of introducing a new range of payment technologies to an organisations? And what are the concerns for the management boa
Using the Hartman Industries LLC web page... define the variation identified in the as-is flow chart Thanks in advance About Hartman Industries, LLC is an industry leader in the field of plastic injection molding. With state-of-the-art design capabilities, Hartman Industries create innovative plastic designs that have earned
Subject: Operations Decision Making At the monthly meeting, one of your coworkers stated that "Using the right analysis tool will compensate for inexperienced managers." How would you reply to your coworker? Address the following: Do the tools help only in certain situations such as routine, daily, or rather mundane d
The Simulation file is attached. -Complete the simulation: *Write a summary answering the following questions as they relate to the simulation: o What does proactive planning mean? o What feedback mechanism would you develop in this situation? o What is an ineffectual way of deploying this plan? Provide
Job evaluation committee is formed to look into the functioning of the various departments, roles being played by the employees, their technical training need. looking for avenues to improvise the functioning of each and every department and the organization itself
In every organization different employees perform different tasks necessary to carry on the business of the organization effectively, efficiently, economically or call financially justifiably. In the present day fast changing world all the positions are either becoming redundant or need re-engineering. There may be some depar
Select an organization in the hospitality industry and describe a personal experience that you have had with this organization. Include any experiences with guest service, lodging, food and beverages, and recreation. Discuss how this experience falls within the definition of hospitality management.
Recruitment Strategy and Job Offer are most important factors for any organization's progress, expansion and achieving its goals. Now most of the positions have become specialized and require efficient, competent persons with appropriate academic, technical skill, training background. Even he is, it has to be seen whether he can cope with the pressures and demands of the job. We know it very well that square pegs don't go into round holes. Everything must be made clear to the candidate so that he may assess his suitability for the job. Besides, in different organizations even the same positions have various kinds of pulls and pressures. A person having worked in the same position in one organization will not necessarily be successful in the same position in another.
First of all it has to be seen why the job exists, what are the needs of the job, responsibilities, can transfer of a candidate from other department will suffice or a fresh candidate with appropriate back ground will be better suited. It is no longer the case of simply filling a vacancy any more. The organization is facing comp
The non-shareholder constituencies Bagley was referring to are the actual "Stakeholders." A corporate stakeholder is a party that can affect or be affected by the actions of the business as a whole. The stakeholder concept was first used in a 1963 internal memorandum at the Stanford Research institute. It defined stakeholders a
2.What are the positive and negative effects of politics on governmental leadership? What is the effect of media on leaders in government? 3. Which resource do you feel is most valuable to a public administrator? How do limitations on authority affect the ability of public administrators to make decisions in the public's i
You are an I/O consultant hired by a large credit card call center. There have been many customer complaints regarding employees treating customers badly. There have also been complaints about extremely long wait times when calling in with simple questions regarding accounts. The organization has asked you to design a training p
Explain examples of progressive discipline? What are some progressive discipline procedures within any organization?
Mark Price, the new productions manager for Speakers and Company, needs to find out which variable most affects the demand for their line of stereo speakers. He is uncertain whether the unit price of the product or the effects of increased marketing are the main drivers in sales and wants to use regression analysis to figure out
The tracking signals computed using past demand history for three different products are as follows. Each product used the same forecasting technique. TS1 TS2 TS3 1 -2.70 1.54 0.10 2 -2.32 -0.64 0.43 3 -1.70 2.05 1.08 4 -1.1 2.58 1.74 5 -0.87 -0.
How do sellers benefit from allowing their customers to use their credit cards? What characteristics of a plant asset make it different from other assets?
Define and give examples of the following terms: 1. Coreness 2. Imitability 3. Tacit knowledge 4. T-skills 5. Substitute products 6. Co-opetitors 7. Idiosyncratic assets 8. Value stock 9. Moral Hazarrd 10. Era of ferment Describe the major changes that are occurring in the business world in the U.S. due
Trace the building of an organization. Explain each part and action and provide examples. Discuss the role of the employer, employees, and management in this process. The principal activities in develop-ment of an organization: Establishing a philosophy Identifying the mission Developing Policy Formulating organizat
Below are six questions that might be found on questionnaires. Comment on each as to whether or not it is a good question. If the question is a good question, explain why you think so. If it is not, explain why. (Assume that no lead-in or screening questions are required. Judge each question on its own merits.) a. Do you read
Is creativity the result of genetics or training? How might a firm identify creativity in present/potential employees
Why do you think it will be an interesting focus for anyone to conduct economic analysis on the Coca Cola Company? What is the price of the stock the Coca Cola Company? How many shares can you purchase with your $1000 even if the brokerage fee is waived How can I apply three of the five economic terms to the Coca Cola Com
Need help to summarize the main idea of the broken window fallacy. How are the five economic ideas represented by the broken window fallacy? 1. What goods and services are produced, and in what quantities? 2. How are goods and services produced? 3. When are goods and services produced and consumed? 4. Where are goods a
One definition of vision comes from Burt Nanus, a well-known expert on the subject. Nanus defines a vision as a realistic, credible, attractive future for [an] organization. Let's disect this definition: ? Realistic: A vision must be based in reality to be meaningful for an organization. For example, if you're developing a vi
The goal of the project is to describe and discuss secondary data. For your organization (or an organization for which someone you know works) 1) describe the helps types of secondary data the company collects (2) describe how this data helps managers in the decision-making process (3) describe additional source/types