3. (special Order) Catherine Chancellor Manufacturing, Inc. is presently operating at 50% of practical capacity producing about 50,000 units annually of a patented electronic component. Chancellor recently received an offer from a company in Yokohama, Japan, to purchase 30,000 components at $6.00 per unit, FOB Chancellor's pla
As the corporate trainer for a Fortune 500 company, you have been tasked with creating a revised new hire training session and manual. What tools would you need to be equipped with in order to fulfill this task?
Identify and discuss the main bottleneck in this process in the attached document. INTRO The purpose of this paper is to design a flowchart for a process. This paper will select a process that I complete every day but would like to spend less time doing. The flowchart will be designed using an appropriate tool. This flowchar
How does capacity planning differ in service and manufacturing organizations?
Debate the cons for following: Immigration policy-policy placing a limitation on the number of people allowed to immigrate to the United States from foreign countries.
Please discuss: Do you think that expenditures on human capital should be treated as an asset or an expense? Why or why not? Explain. And what expenses would you include, if any? Is this consistent with the matching principle? If you feel they should be an asset, how would you recommend expensing them, i.e. depreciation/am
See attachment for detail. Question The virtual network structure is a structural alternative for some organizations today. Many of today's organizations farm out some of their activities to other companies that can do it more efficiently. A few organizations carry outsourcing to the extreme and create a virtual network stru
Of the five elements required for successful change, which element do you think managers are most likely to overlook? Why?
Please provide current information regarding future trends and challenges in HR management for Wal-Mart - regarding, but not limited to, staffing, unionization, total compensation, technology, globalization, etc..
Please read the attached and help answer these questions. Changes you would make to help a company with less than acceptable profits. How would suggest making the changes you suggest? What would you do to lower variable costs or how would you reduce fixed costs. Are these costs changeable in the short term or are they long
Need help in preparing a 2 page paper research the types of alternative-fuel vehicles that are currently under development.Discuss the environmental and economic advantages and disadvantages of each type and select the one that, in your opinion, provides the best environmental impact at a reasonable cost. Provide evidence to sup
Thesis Statement Is the Electoral College of the United States an inadequate form of voting or should the popular vote become the new system for electing presidents? The Electoral College system is an inadequate form of voting and should be changed to reflect
1. Describe the following four levels of outcome evaluation. Provide one example of how each evaluation is performed, and one factor that influences the outcome at each level. 1. Reaction Outcomes 2. Learning Outcomes 3. Job Behavior Outcomes 4. Organizational Results 2. Cost-effectiveness evaluation, cost/benefit e
What are the elements of job description? What are some valuable uses of job description? (Compensation and benefits)
Kantian's right's and duties. Kant's categorical imperative - two formulations.
Is it proper to place the burden for the reduction of greenhouse gases on the developed nations, considering that some of the worst examples of deforestation and air pollution are occurring in developing nations? Please list the references used and do not copy them word for word.
Questioning enhances two-way communication in a training environment. When used appropriately, questioning improves trainee participation and allows the trainer to check for understanding. Please define the following question types and describe when each is used most effectively (with examples): Closed-ended questions Open
How do you identify or anticipate risk in business decisions? How can risk be mitigated in business decisions? What kinds of tools are out there to help manage risk? Use examples to explain.
Your daughter has recently graduated from college and landed a great job making $50,000 a year in your hometown. She has come to you for advice concerning whether she should rent an apartment or buy a small starter house. Using resources such as local real estate offices or www.realtor.com, research the real estate market in you
What are management's roles and responsibilities in decision implementation? What factors affect decision implementation? How should these factors be addressed in order to assure the effectiveness of the decision?
Please help with the following case study found in the textbook: Managing Organizational Change: A Multiple Perspectives Approach written by Ian Palmer, Richard Dunford, and Gib Akin (2006). Please answer questions in detail.
Adult students are more successful when they receive support from family, friends, their workplace (supervisor and co-workers) and fellow students. In order to ensure the support that is needed, think about the kind of support you need. Based upon your readings and building upon your "Challenges and Solutions" posting, determin
Brainstorm some of the challenges you think you will face in the business programs. Based on your personal experience, construct a posting in which you relate the challenges and seek to identify strategies for dealing with each.
Identify three consumer segments targeted by marketers of a product category of your choice, such as motor vehicles, home appliances, etc. Based on information available online and in marketing literature, write a report describing the psychographics of the three segments. In your report, also describe the marketing strategi
Thinking in terms of Facilitation of Transfer (focus on organizational intervention: supervisor, peer, and trainer support, climate/culture and reward systems), please help with the following scenario: Dr. Richard Camp designed a three-day workshop on interviewing skills for an executive research firm. In his training desig
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Developing a business continuity plan for Kudler Fine Foods. What are 10 components that would be appropriate for this organization.
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Need help in preaparing a 2-3 page paper on this terrible loss of life. The Sudanese Famine. Presentation should include a discussion of the social, political and environmental conditions that contributed to the famine in whole or in part, a description of the extent of the famine, efforts that were made to alleviate human suff