1. What criteria should be used when considering where to locate a facility? What criteria does your organization consider when deciding the location of a facility? Are the criteria appropriate? How effective has your organization been in choosing appropriate facility locations? 2. What is the centroid method? Would this be a
Unilever is the product. Explain how your individual values drive your actions and behaviors, and analyze the alignment between your values and actions and behaviors. http://www.unilever.com/ http://www.unileverusa.com/ http://www.sourcewatch.org/index.php?title=Unilever
Would you please define and describe the FMEA tool? Failure Modes and Effective Analysis
Identify and discuss three best practices for a total rewards program. Q2.Discuss the challenges and benefits of developing a total rewards program.
Q1.Identify and discuss three best practices for a total rewards program. Q2.Discuss the challenges and benefits of developing a total rewards program.
Describe what you think employees in general feel when their organization goes public? What would be their desires, expectations, or concerns knowing that the company they work for is going public?
Discuss the advantages and disadvantages associated with the use of survey methodology in research. Offer possible solutions to overcome stated disadvantages.
Provide an example of each of the four levels of measurement.
See instructions in attached file. Construct a CPM chart. Construct a CPM chart using the following data and note which path is the critical path. Activity Title Immediate Predecessors Time (weeks) 1-2 A n/a 1 2-3 B A 5 2-4 C A 2 3-5 D B 2 3-7 E B 2 4-5 F C 2 4-8 G C 3 5-6 H D, F 2 6-7 I H 3
A financial advisor has recommended two possible mutual funds for investment: Fund A and Fund B. The return that will be achieved by each of these depends on whether the economy is good, fair, or poor. A payoff table has been constructed to illustrate this situation. (a) Draw a decision tree to represent this situation.
A group of medical professionals is considering the construction of a private clinic. If the medical demand is high (i.e., there is a favorable market for the clinic), the physicians could realize a net profit of $100,000. If the market is not favorable, they could lose $40,000. Of course, they don't have to proceed at all, in which case there is no cost. In the absence of any market data, the best physicians can guess is that there is a 50-50 chance the clinic will be successful. Construct a decision tree to help analyze this problem. What should the medical processionals do?
A group of medical professionals is considering the construction of a private clinic. If the medical demand is high (i.e., there is a favorable market for the clinic), the physicians could realize a net profit of $100,000. If the market is not favorable, they could lose $40,000. Of course, they don't have to proceed at all, in w
What are some business decisions that managers could make? What tools will they use to make recommendations regarding these business decisions? Why? How will they measure the success of their recommendations?
Microsoft Word 2007 allows you to create a table using several different methods, Please describe two methods and how easy you found them to use. Microsoft Word 2007 also allows you to easily change the design of a table. What are some examples of when you would want to change the look and feel of a table.
On the various actions which a person or corporation can take to "do no harm" to oneself or to ones environment. Would you say that it is easier for a person or for a corporation to pursue this ideal? Why?
Comparing McDonald's new process to the process used by Burger King and Wendy's, which process would appear to produce the freshest hamburgers? Which would be the worst in terms of freshness? Why? McDonald's currently uses a hybrid process that combines made-to-stock and made-to-order hamburgers. Hamburger patties are co
Provide a detailed discussion of the differences between qualitative and quantitative research methods. Your response should include examples and a discussion of when and how to use each method.
Write TWO Negative Message letters (one Bad News on any topic and One Arguable Claim (complaint Letter). It is important that you choose a topic that will allow you to develop the letter sufficiently to make the length guidelines, and will also demonstrate your skills as a writer. Write in the concise style characteristic of
Imagine that the CEO has asked HR to review the company's policies. You have been personally asked to identify an issue you feel needs addressing, to evaluate different parameters for ethically deciding on how to address the issue, and then to evaluate various polices in order to propose a policy that the company can implement t
Explain the control limits of the gym data, including the calculations and data used to determine them. Discuss the effect of any seasonal factors using the process performance data collected each week.Discuss the confidence intervals and their usefulness based on the number of data points. Day Time working out at gym (at
Using a qualitative, in regards to sustainability, why are so many organizations scared to make the leap into a more sustainable business model if the results have proven to be potent?
1. What are some of the classifications of lodging properties? What are some examples of real-world lodging properties that represent these classifications? What are the differences between limited-service and full-service hotels? Why do these differences exist? 2. How does franchising work in the lodging industry? When shou
Please see attached case in two different files; it was too big to put in one. Read the Part III Case Study beginning on page 473 after Chapter 12. Write a response for the following questions: 1. Identify and summarize the key organizational behavior issues evident in the case 2. Reflection on the identified issues a
A business has a backlog of orders, and to meet its deadlines, management decides to run the firm seven days a week, eight hours a day. One of the employees, Marjorie Tollens, refuses to work on Saturday on religious grounds. Her refusal to work means that the firm may not meet its production deadlines, and may therefore suffer
Apply the theory of Constraints to your own working environment (past or present). Explain why your organization does not have unlimited resources (space, inventory, product line, etc). Explain why there are always limits to what your organization can do.
What impact does the concept and design stage have on the product's overall cost? Explain. I need an essay answering that question with a 300 words, no more than that please GOOD grammar and good choice of words is very important .
Problem:Business Statistics. Please use Excel. Answer questions 3 and 4. The answer for questions 1 and 2 have been provided to answer 3 and 4.. 1.) Annual demand 15000 Uncontrollable input Unit cost $80.00 Parameter Carrying cost rate 18% Parameter Order cost $220.00 Parameter Order quantity 677.0031866
Please help with responses to the questions below to better understand the aspects of public policy. The nature of planning: 1. Is planning in this arena irrational? 2. What difference might planning have taken in the US if we had the same number of people but only land the size of California? 3. What role do interest g
A business may be able to effectively sell a product if it satisfies a need. Do you think that this statement can satisfy all sorts of industries or some specific types of products?
Make the following inductive (statistical) syllogism into a relatively strong argument by supplying an appropriate premise or conclusion: "People who go to Burning Man are not like you and me. Why just look at how odd Greg is!"
Honda Motor Company has discovered a problem in the exhaust system of one of its automobile lines and has voluntarily agreed to make the necessary modifications to conform with government safety requirements. Standard procedure is for the firm to pay a flat fee to dealers for each modification completed. Honda is tryi
Jake's Buy Products purchases two unprocessed corn (ConCorn and Stalkers) to produce various products. It has a customer order for 800 pounds of corn meal, 600 pounds of corn bran, and 500 pounds of corn feed. The amount of each product found in each 100 pound of the unprocessed corn and the cost per 100 pounds are given in the