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External Recruiting

In at least 200 words explain the advantages and disadvantages of external recruiting of new managers for an organization. Which one is generally better and why?

Describe techniques of managing change for TSSI

Times are always changing. 1995 Auto Sales Inc. has just acquired Truck Sales and Service Inc. (TSSI). TSSI has always been very small and family-owned. You have been asked to make a presentation to employees in this small firm to help them understand and prepare for the frequent change cycles that are commonplace in the used au

Motorola's Razr

Identified the three basic approaches used by Motorola to produce innovation. Explained the objective of increasing market power within an industry and overcoming entry barriers to enter other markets or regions

Corporate Governance

Describe corporate governance Using the U.S. and German systems of corporate governance desribe two differences that are important and give reasons. Explained the impact of these differences on corporations' effectiveness in the global economy Supported answers with examples

Joint Alliances

Using Verizon Wireless: who are two different alliances or joint ventures and make sure that there are meaningful differences between the two. For each alliance or joint venture: Identify the type of business-level or corporate-level cooperative strategy the firm is following. Explain how the cooperative strategy enha

Importance of communicating vision in change management

As the manager of Training and Development you are seen as a "change agent" within the company. You have been asked to explain the role of vision in managing change. Using an actual example, outline the aspects of creating and communicating a clear vision of the organizational future state to successfully implement and execute t

Training session to identify shareholder crimes: agency to prosecute, punishment

You are the new training manager for a large corporation that offers employees the opportunity to purchase company stock directly through their paychecks. Using the following scenario and other recent real-life examples, develop a training session for the employees of the company. The goal of the training session presentation is

Hexadecimal Company: major forces and strategies in the change process

See the attached files. Read The Hexadecimal Company Case in Chapter 6 of your text. You are to act as an OD practitioner who has landed the Hexadecimal Company as a client. Create a case analysis using the Case Analysis Format as it appears on page 182 of your text. You can add additional space to this format if you need roo

Negotiations Idiosyncratic Deal

Please answer each question with 300 words. 1. Discuss an example of an idiosyncratic deal that could be negotiated in the work place. 2. Discuss an example of how the use of an agent in negotiation could be beneficial. 3. The relationships between parties - past, preent and future- have a tremendous impact on how part


1. From anything you may have seen, read or heard - what REGION or regions of the US have been the most affected by this recession? 2. What industries in particular would you say have been severely affected?

Stakeholder Management - The Shareholder

I would really appreciate any help with this. Cost Justified? Topic: Strategic Planning, Policy and Control Characters: Joe, District Manager of Computer Operations Mary, Division Manager - Information Systems John, President and CEO of a large company Joe was recently promoted to the position of District Manager o

Assumptions about forecasting models, level of confidence in a forecast

What assumptions are common to all forecasting models? For each assumption, explain how the usefulness of forecasts would be affected if the assumption was not true. Using an example of a specific business decision based upon a forecast, explain how and why it might make a difference to the decision-making process if the level o

Multivariate Technique Evaluation

A high-end market research firm has contacted your boss and is trying to sell some business to your organization. Upper management does not want to appear incompetent, so they have asked you to research and explain three major ways multivariate statistics are used in a business. Research and provide at least 1 example of how

The Role of Operations Management in Dell

For the company called "Dell": Prepare a report in which you explain operations management's role in business today. Be sure to include the following: 1) Define operations management 2) Explain how Operations Management's role is applied to your chosen organization

Princeton University: Identifying Sustainability plan effects for greenhouse gas

Hello: I am looking for guidance with the following: Identifying Sustainability Plan Effect Princeton University has hired you as a consultant to help put a sustainability plan into effect that focuses on greenhouse gas. Resource: Write a paper identifying possible effects you would

Operations Management and Linear Programming

Kindly answer the following questions 1. Operations management is sometimes also as p___________ management and/or decision s_________ systems and/or management s________. 2. Examples of important OM methods and techniques include: a. G___d A______s b. D_______n T______s c. P___________y d. S___ S______a

Negotiation: anger, five sources of power, freeze wages

1. How can anger can influence the negotiation process. 2. Of the five sources of power informational sources, personal sources, power based on position in an organization, relationship based sources, and contextual sources. Choose one of these types and discuss an example from your work or personal life. 3. How would

Management roles

Need some assistance in writing a 600 page paper using the following scenario. Joe, a newly appointed service manager for 1995 Auto Sales, lasted a mere 3 weeks before being placed back into his previous position in the customer service department. The rumor mill (which tends to be correct at 1995 Auto) said it was a case of Joe

Complexity theory framework: small system changes lead to transformation

Explain and discuss, within a complexity theory framework, how small changes in a system can lead to large, or even radical transformational changes in an organization. You may also wish to show how understanding organizations as complex adaptive systems can affect the innovation process as well as leadership.

Demand and Supply Economics

Please circle the most correct or appropriate answer. Please only choose one answer per Question. Multiple selections will lead to a zero grade. 1. Which of the following event will shift the demand for apple to the right? a. An increase in income b. An increase in the price of bananas, a substitute for apple c. A news

Developing Network for Training Programs

Sid Davidson is the personnel director of Babson and Willcount, a company that specializes in consulting and research. One of the training programs that Sid is considering for the middle-level managers of Babson and Willcount is leadership training. Sid has listed a number of activities that must be completed before a training p

Should individuals question the spending habits of others?

I think we have had several people in the finance business fall into this trap and some are now in prison or on their way to prison. I sometimes wonder which came first - the chicken or the egg. Is it possible for a person to swindle millions from innocent people and live lavishly (million dollar homes in several locations, expe

Ethics and Profit in Business

It is possible to ethical and profitable in business. Not everything is about taking from others, though lately it would appear there are more cases of people profiting off the misery of others. The one good thing that has appeared from the economic crisis is the exposure of those who are committed to taking from others in an il

Keep Carolcon Metals in Minnesota - The Community Stakeholder

Please help get me going with the following debate: I have to argue to keep Carolcon Metals in Minnesota. Debate Carolcon Metals in Minnesota is in trouble. For the past 5 years, they have been losing ground to the competition in an especially fierce industry. All competitors have moved mining and production facilities to