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How Management Education Prepares a Manager

How does management education prepare a manager for his/her role? What are the ways which management education occurs? Do some seem better to you than others? Why or why not? Can other forms of training substitute for management education? Why or why not?

Selecting Competent Candidates

How can training affect the selection of competent candidates for vacant positions? What would you recommend an organization do to ensure that everyone receives equal opportunities for promotions? APA format.

Case study question

Coca-Cola has the most valuable brand name in the world and, as one of the most visible companies worldwide, has a tremendous opportunity to excel in all dimensions of business performance. However, over the last ten years, the firm has struggled to reach its financial objectives and has been associated with a number of ethical

Topic:Understanding business

1.Since there are no hierarchies in worker-owned firms, how would you go about setting the pay scale for people, especially over time? 2.Since there is no hierarchy, there is no way of moving up in the firm. How do you motivate people in such conditions? 3.A worker-owned firm is a radical way of empowering workers. What is

Discussing Objectives and Corporate Governance

A. What is the difference among strategic, long-term, and short-term objectives? What is the relationship between objectives and goals? What are some examples of this relationship? B. What is corporate governance? What role does corporate governance play in strategic planning? Why is it important? Explain your answer and giv

Relationship Among the Four Levels of Evaluation

What is the relationship among the four levels of evaluation? Would you argue for examining all four levels if your boss suggested you should look only at the last one (results) and that if it improved, you would know that training had some effect? Explain your answer fully (training and development). Thanks.

Action Research

Because you have done a lot of work on action research, could you summarize how your understanding of Action Research has changed as a result of all these assignment?

Review collaboration services and products: WebEx and E-room

Please make a visit to two of the four sites listed below to review their product offerings and include your analysis response. What do you think of the following collaboration services and products? Would your business be inclined to use this type of service? Why or why not? eRoom:

Hierarchical database

Demonstrate your understanding of a hierarchical database, network database, relational database, and object-oriented database

Experienced IRS tax auditor utilizing knowledge, training and skills

If you were a Tax Auditor with the Internal Revenue Service for eight years and you have a BS in Accounting and a MBA, using specific examples, state how your experience, training, and/or education has equipped you with the knowledge, skills and abilities in using computers to research, gather, input, analyze or summarize inform

Strategic Management: GM and the auto industry bailout

General Motors is on the verge of bankruptcy, and its' executives are currently in the center of the current bailout controversy. In an examination of why GM finds itself in this predicament, consider assumptions that GM may have been making about their business environment that failed. In what ways were these assumptions load

Choosing a form of business ownership

Please indicate the form of ownership that would be best for each business and give specific reasons: 1. Swimming pool repair 2. Internet-based speciality store 3. Law firm 4. Underwear manufacture


I have to decide whether to invest $10000 in the stock market or in a CD at the rate of 9%. If the market is good, I believe I can make a 14% return. If the market is fair , I can make an 8 % return and if the market is bad I would make no return. I estimate that the probability of a good market is .4, the probability of a fa

Client/server database environment

The client/server environment involves a main computer, called a server, and one or more PCs that are networked to the server. The database resides on the server, a separate entity from each PC. Because each PC is a separate computer system, an application is developed and installed on the PC through which the user can access

Goals of a Firm: profit maximization and what other goals?

Understanding Various Goals of a Firm Introduction: Some economists are of the opinion that making a profit must not be the sole purpose of a firm's operations. There are other goals that can be considered equally important. Task: Explain the above statement in light of the various theories of a firm as developed by econom