Bottleneck in a tube manufacturing process. Explain Theory of Constraints and how bottlenecks can be managed.
1. Please elaborate on the statement below: Work specialization can be best described as "the degree to which activities in the organization are subdivided into separate jobs" 2. Think out of the box. What are the advantages and disadvantages of Brainwashing? 3. Please elaborate on the following statement below: Th
Which is more important: external validity, internal validity, or a balance between the two? Explain why. How can external validity and internal validity affect one another?
Change Factors: Change is something that is not always quickly or easily embraced by a company or individuals. It often represents a disruption in routines, activities, and the way we see our jobs and roles within a company. What are some factors management should examine prior to approving a change in its company's technol
Women in the workforce The issue of a "glass ceiling" is not new, but it doesn"t appear to have changed much in the last 5 decades since women started joining the workforce in larger numbers. Why do you believe the glass ceiling continues to exist? Discuss several reasons. Do you believe that an affirmative action
I need help in answering the following questions. Thanks! Identify and describe the total supply network of Coca-Cola Company. What factors have affected the organization's decisions regarding which parts of the network to outsource or keep in-house? How has the organization planned for locations of capacity?
Discuss why institutions have objectives. Then, explore the concept of values, both terminal (goals) and instrumental (the "how to" reach goals) values. Values represent basic convictions -- a judgmental element of what is right, good, or desirable. Note that understanding our values is important because values provide upfront m
What type of information would you provide to you company's lawyer in regard to penalties for breach?
Often times businesses and lawyers only focus on the terms of the contract in light of each party putting forth their best efforts. They fail to consider what happens in the event of breach. When I took contracts in law school, my professor hammered the point that lawyers should contemplate breach of contract in every case.
Suppose you are part of the following scenario: You are a public relations manager who must present information regarding changes in retail store operations to three sets of stakeholders of a retail clothing chain. The stakeholders are store managers, employees, retail customers, and the public. You must explain adjustments
1. What are the advantages and disadvantages on work specialization? What is the influence on unemployment rates and why? 2. Please elaborate for the following statement below: Brainwashing is a method of changing attitudes or altering individual's beliefs and some methods of brainwashing consists of torture, drugs, or psy
Boston Electric Generators has been getting many complaints from its major customer, Home Station, about the quality of its shipments of home generators. Daniel Shimshak, the plant manager, is alarmed that a customer is providing him with only information the company has on shipment quality. He decides to collect information on
Conduct an interview with someone and identify the duties associated with his or her position, as well as any skills and abilities necessary for the position. Use the information gathered to complete the following worksheet. Answer each question in paragraph format. JOB ANALYSIS 1. What are the duties and job responsibilities associated with the position held by the individual you interviewed? 2. What are the types of knowledge, skills, and abilities that are needed to successfully accomplish the job responsibilities? 3. Does the position require any physical tasks? If so, describe the physical tasks and state their frequency. Is there any additional information about the job that would be beneficial to include in the job description? JOB DESCRIPTION Compose a job description based on the data acquired in your interview. RECRUITING STRATEGIES 1. What are three recruiting strategies that could be used to recruit for this job position? a. b. c. 2. Compare and contrast the recruiting strategies you have chosen. Which recruiting strategy would you use to recruit for this position? Why?
Conduct an interview with someone and identify the duties associated with his or her position, as well as any skills and abilities necessary for the position. Use the information gathered to complete the following worksheet. Answer each question in paragraph format. JOB ANALYSIS 1. What are the duties and job responsibiliti
Bob took a pistol with him on a visit to the hospital to see his terminally ill father. At his father's request, Bob killed him with a single shot to the head. Of which crime, if any, is the defendant guilty? With what crimes should he be charged? Why?
Do you feel Strategic Management should be more a top-down or bottom-up process in a firm? Explain.
According to Robert Reich, there are some on-going reasons that organizations resist change and development. What is the role of the insurgent change agent? Describe two ways how from your experience, leaders should support change. A. The contemporary world is changing as rapidly as probably never before and the changes affe
See the attachments. React (agree or disagree) to these: #1. According to Robert Reich, there are some on-going reasons that organizations resist change and development. What is the role of the insurgent change agent? Describe two ways how, from your experience, leaders should support change. The Insurgent Change Agent is
Please help with the following problem regarding business management. Provide at least 400 words in the solution. What are the limitations of historical research.
Define correlational research and discuss how correlations assess the degree to which variables are related. The response addresses the queries posted in 468 words with references.
Considering the Basic Guidelines for Intellectual Standards from Critical Thinking Chapter 5, discuss the forces (people, organizations, things, etc.) that systematically influence your critical thinking and how? Chapter 5: Brief Guidelines for Using Intellectual Standards As we have emphasized, all reasoning involves ei
Using inductive or deductive reasoning describe an event at your organization that may have required goals and determine how efficiently these goals were accomplished. How would this pertain to a person that works in the marketing department of a wine company?
What are some special issues that arise in Internet transactions? What must managers do to protect their organizations in Internet transactions?
Distinguish between a fragmented and consolidated industry, and describe examples of each.
Imagine that your boss (or your client, if you are self-employed) has assigned you to a team to develop a communications training program. Each team member will recommend a book that all participants will discuss during a required meeting or retreat. The team needs one book that sheds light on one or more communication tactics
(1) Read this article from The New York Times: "We have met the enemy and he is PowerPoint." http://www.nytimes.com/2010/04/27/world/27powerpoint.html This link appears on 2 lines but should fit onto one line of your browser with no breaks. Here is an abbreviation if you prefer: http://nyti.ms/dnJqvX (2) Write a let
Part 1 of 2: Here is an amusing example of a Compare and Contrast approach, with a journalistic perspective (the URL goes to 2 lines but you need to put it all on one line in your browser, with no spaces): LoPresti, Mike. 2010. Class assignment: Compare and contrast Cornell, Kentucky. USA Today. Retrieved from the Internet A
Assessing a Situation The new chief executive officer (CEO) of your company is a strong believer in the four functions of management theory. In preparation for a management meeting, he has asked you to write a report that he can use to explain the theory to his management team. In the report, he would like to see some speci
Cooper Training Services (CTS) provides instruction on the use of computer software for the employees of its corporate clients. It offers courses in the clients' offices on the clients' equipment. The only major expense CTS incurs is instructor salaries; it pays instructors $3,600 per course taught. CTS recently agreed to offer
Please read the article, "No Pain, No Change" by Susan Carter (January 2006). It can be found at this website: http://www.recent-articles.com/business/no-pain-no-change.php. Task: Write about why change is important in an organization and draw points from the article to support your reasoning. Please use other references as
According to Robert Reich, there are some on-going reasons that organizations resist change and development. What is the role of the insurgent change agent? Describe two ways how, from your experience, leaders should support change.
Select any two of Jeffrey Pfeffer's 16 rules for explaining why organizations aren't getting things done and describe situations where you have experienced difficulty accomplishing work as a result of this rule.