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    Strategic Management: External Analysis for McDonald's, mission, opportunities

    Using McDonald's Corporation, what are the major threats to the company's ability to serve its stakeholders and make its mission a reality? What are the major opportunities available to improve the company's ability to meet the need and make the vision come about? Write a response on this issue and try to think creatively.

    memo or email format

    Show an example of a business memo or email that you have come across. Tell what you think is good about it, what is bad about it, and what you would do differently to make it more effective.

    company's dress code memo

    Develop and write a policy memo to employees about your company's dress code. Include information in your policy about a definition of your preferred attire (i.e. business casual, uniforms, etc), dress when meeting with clients, whether there are "Casual Fridays" and if so, what does that mean, and rationale for your policy, and

    Cost Management Systems

    The Baker Company has accumulated the following data concerning a mixed cost. The company is using the units produced as the activity level. Units Produced Total Cost August 10,000 $14,940 September 8,600 $13,450 October 7,100 $11,200 November

    Operations and Productivity

    Lori produces "Final Exam Care Packages" for resale by the sonority. She is currently working a total of 5 hours per day to produce 100 care packages. 1. What is Lori's productivity? 2. Lori thinks that by redesigning the package she can increase her total productivity to 133 care packages per day. What wil

    Systems Operations Management for General Motors

    General Motors terminated half of their workforce in order to reduce some of their operating costs. Based on some professional experiences provide examples of how an organization might reduce their operating costs? What are some ways in which an organization can lower their operational costs?

    Analysis

    After reading the article : lopez,S.P., Peon,J.M.M. & Ordas, C.J.V. (2005)' Organizational learning as a determining factor in business performance' The learning Organization, 12(30,pp227-245,[ Present a written analysis of the evidence offered in the journal article to support the view that organizational learning contrib

    Green and Sutainable Business

    Imagine a local company produces and sells chainsaws that come with a 2-year warranty. There are metal parts on the production line that must be painted before the chainsaws are assembled. The currently used paint gun transfers only 75% of the paint to the product, with the remaining 25% lost as air emissions. This exceeds the l

    What is the psychological and physiological basis for wellness programs?

    Healthy employees are more likely to be productive and actively engaged with the organization in producing quality work. Research the mental and physical health benefits that employees receive through engaging in wellness programs and the impact of employee wellness on strategic organizational goals. Research and respond to t

    learning Organization Meaning

    What does it mean to say that an organization learns? Evaluate the importance of learning to an organization and discuss what is necessary for it to occur. Explain your answer with examples where ever possible from real business world.

    Strategic Management for Life Time Fitness

    Provide a new mission and vision statement for the company lifetime fitness. I am interested in taking a closer look at Life Time Fitness, Inc. (LTM). This company exists to educate and train people in health and fitness activities. The company was founded in 1992, went public in 2004, and is currently on the Russell 2000 i

    Analysis of situations where decisions were made.

    Scenario: As a recently promoted manager, you are learning about the importance of basing important decisions on good assumptions; you thought you would practice by thinking through some major decisions that have been made and what the assumptions that the decisions were based upon must have been. Find two situations in w

    International business-level strategies are multidomestic

    What international business-level strategies are multidomestic, transnational, and global? I need to describe the differences among the three of these strategies and then answer this question: Is Starbucks multidomestic, transnational, or global? I have to explain this answer in detail.

    Developing and Managing Products

    You are a marketing manager for Nike. Your department has come up with the idea of manufacturing a baseball bat for use in colleges around the nation. Assuming you are in the business analysis stage, write a brief analysis based on these questions of the "Business Analysis". - What is the likely demand for the product? - Wh

    This solution provides an excellent response to a position.

    Please write one paragraph stating why you would be good for this position. We are looking for a Vice President of Operations, You will be responsible for delivering results which contribute to the achievement of maximum profitable growth in line with company strategy and values. Position will implement plans and strategies

    Green and Sustainable Business

    Consider the following hierarchy of waste management technologies in decreasing order of preference: 1. waste reduction 2. reuse of material 3. recycling 4. treatment or incineration 5. land disposal What criteria do you think are the most important in this prioritization of preference? Do y

    receiving process for restaurants

    Identify items that need particular attention during receiving process for restaurants. Specify guidelines for receiving these items, with explanations if any.

    CEOs elected or appointed

    Are the majority of leaders, presidents, and CEOs of the top American companies and essential non-profit organizations elected or appointed? What would happen if such process was democratized where the employees were given the responsibility of electing their own leaders? Be clear, persuasive (and polite) in presenting your opin

    Choose and describe four training modules

    Choose 4 of the following training modules that you would prefer best and describe how you would implement a training this way: 1) Small group activity 2) Experiential 3) Computer-Based Training (CBT) 4) Case study 5) Teleconference 6) Video-Conference 7) Conference 8) On

    Scheduling: Doctor's Office

    Think of a doctor's office and the issues they have with scheduling. How do you balance the patient's need for particular appointment times with the need to minimize down time/wait time? What other examples can you think of and what creative solutions have you seen?

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