See attached files. The attached two files contain discussions of a change management project that went well and one that did not go well from two different learners. It also listed the factors that lead to the success or failure of the project. Please provide comments for both of these discussions pertain to the following
From an HR perspective, (a) Do you consider your organization to be a 'learning organization'? Why or why not? (b) Why might an organization want to be (or not be) a 'learning organization'? What might be the business relevance? Please list references.
What is the value of self-managing one's career? What are the concerns?
1. How do you encourage and increase employee commitment and collaboration? 2. How can issues and problems impact productivity and quality within the health care setting? Cited material should follow the APA guidelines.
What do you think makes people want to feel satisfied on the job and therefore more productive? Please support your rationale with two outside references. (In fact, if someone has "job satisfaction," will that person automatically be more productive?)
As HR professionals, what would you conclude are three key elements to a successful organizational training program? Please be detail and list references.
A. What is the transformation process? B. Can the transformation process be applied to both goods and services? C. How might data be used during the process? Use examples in your response to help clarify your definition.
Is it inevitable that employees will respond the change of fear? If you believe the answer is yes, state the implications of this for managing strategic change. If you believe the answer is no, describe what managers can do to minimize such feelings during change.
What are your thoughts on evaluating an employee's performance based on what a manager thinks he or she deserves as opposed to what his or her work entails? Support your rationale with two to three examples.
Explain the organizing function of management in the organization WALT DISNEY as it relates to the following organizational resource: Technology.
Suppose a perfectly competitive industry cab produce roman candles at a constant marginal cost of $10 per unit. Once the industry is monopolized, marginal costs rise to $12 per candle because $2 per candle must be paid to lobbyists to ensure that only this firm receives a roman candle license. Suppose the market demand for roma
B.B. Lean is a catalog retailer of a wide variety of sporting goods and recreational products. Although the market response to the company's spring catalog was generally good, sales of B.B. Lean's $140 deluxe garment declines from 10,000 to 4,800 units. During this period, a competitor offered a whopping $52 off their regular
A manufacturing plant has a potential production capacity of 1000 units per month (capacity can be increased by 10% if the subcontractors are employed). The plant is normally operated at about 80% of capacity. Operating the plant above this level significantly increases variable costs per unit because of the need to pay the sk
1. Describe a change management project that went well and one that did not go well. 2. What factors do you think lead to the success or failure of the project ? 3. What role did sequencing play in the success or failure ? Please be sure to focus your discussion on the first two steps in Kotter's sequence: esta
Why should sociocultural influences be monitored? What are some of the current sociocultural forces in Europe?
I'm seeing more and more "team" interviews in organizations. For example, an organization I recently worked with has a three-round interview process. For instance: (1) Three to four people will review the applications and make recommendations on who to interview. (2) Then, an interview committee of 3-5 people (which
Put together a force field analysis to present to your consulting partners that evaluates the idea of holding a large scale "community building" meeting. Evaluate the forces that will help it be successful and the forces that would hinder such a meeting from being an effective method for change. Input at least 5-10 helping and 5
See the attached file. Taking with a consulting company to check if the concept of using staff meetings might be a good way to involve the organization in creating the questionnaire. Brainstorm any issues about the facilitation of these meetings. If all agree that this method is the approach to use, who should facilitate t
1. What is VISA's biggest problem? 2. What would you recommend to VISA and in what order of priority? 3. How do you balance between your commitment to shareholders and your commitment to the community?
See the attached file. Part B Part B: The Input/Output Report Lab Points Description Report Construction 10 Using data provided to you, complete a table for the Report Construction. Data Assessment 10 Using the data and table for the Report Construction, answer questions for the data assessment. Total 20 A quality table
Develop a thesis and an outline for a formal report about "how to run successful meetings". I also need to identify my audience and establish why this would be useful information for them. Resources for research would be helpful.
-Identify three initiatives that we as managers/leader could implement to promote the asking of questions within the specific corporate culture -What might be three signs that there is a need for retraining of staff to promote question asking within your corporate culture? -Is setting timelines for goals is an effective me
-Measuring employee competence in order to impact accountability; also are there standardized competencies that target accountability. -Is there a way to have an individual become accountable for his or her own actions? -Do we have a responsibility to our staff and society to promote and encourage individual or personal re
Commerce Bank was founded in New Jersey with a single location in 1971. Its founder, chairman and CEO, Vernon W. Hill II, was a real estate developer, whose wife owned an interior decorating business. By 2007, it had 450 branches from New York City to Washington D.C., open 7 days a week. With branches springing up like Burger Ki
There are numerous tools to assist you in developing job descriptions. Examples of such tools are SHL Work Profiling (www.shlusa.com) and WorkKeys (www.workkeys.com). Of primary importance is identifying the primary and secondary functions of a job. Job profiling processes allow you to gather information about the job from emplo
Can you help me get started with this assignment? Identify and discuss the laws that affect the retention of employees,, and the termination of employees. In the presentation, identify at least one or two laws other than Title VII of the Civil Rights Act and its subsequent amendments for each area. In my presentation I mu
How might you go about developing behavioral interview questions for a given position in your division?
As noted by Collins (2001) in his book Built to Last, it is important to get the right people on the bus. With well-developed job descriptions, it is appropriate to find the right person to fulfill those stated responsibilities. For the discussion here, we will focus on an interview technique known as "behavioral interviewing."
Relative to hiring new employees, what is "behavioral interviewing" and how is it different from a traditional interview? Please list references.
Do you believe that a business owner should take a utilitarian approach to making day to day business decisions? Why or why not? Post your initial response 1. Do you think business people should be required to study ethics? Why or why not? 2. Is it important for most people in the same company to share similar ethica
I need to fill out a site security evaluation on an existing business. I can't find a sample to work off of. Our instructor said we can find case studies online, but I have not been able to find any. I have attached the evaluation form and would appreciate any guidance.