What negotiation best practices have you learned? Which best practices might you be able to apply in your work place? Based on emerging trends, what new best practices do you think are needed? response is 312 words, including a list of best practices that you can expand for a longer discussion
What are the advantages of managing turnover in organizations. response is 409 words
Selecting the most appropriate collaboration resources for teamwork is a pivotal decision for teams and management. Some of the key considerations are - time - place - richness - task (such as brainstorming, maintaining records, planning, scheduling, tracking progress, presentations and online meetings, etc.)
Discuss your opinion of Michael Porter's generic strategies and when you might utilize them in your business.
Do you believe that every consumer pays hidden or unanticipated charges for the things that they buy? High interest rates on unpaid balances? Annual membership fees? Service charges? Are such charges ethical? Do you want to work for companies that make such charges?
3. You are an aide for the Senate Banking Committee Chairman. He comes to you with a bill that proposes setting limits on what ATM owners can charge nonaccount holders, over and above what banks charge their own customers. Currently, large banks charge noncustomers an average fee of $1.35 per transaction in addition to the fees
Given data: Development cost: Training manager $3,200.00 Miscellaneous $800.00 $4,000.00 Direct costs: Trainer $400.00 Facility and equip $500.00 materials $2,000.00 refreshments $600.00 employee salaries $8,000.00 lost profit $- $11,500.00 Indirect costs: Evaluate training $1,600.00
? Imagine you are asked to develop a 20-item multiple-choice knowledge test to measure knowledge of reliability and validity. ? Create a test specification table to guide your development. See For Your Information Box 7.1 ? Include the following information in the test specification table: o Type of te
What potential obstacles do you face in establishing urgency for change within your organization? (5 potential obstacles discussed)
Please help with the following problem regarding business management. Provide at least 200 words in the posting. Supposed a person likes things organized, in a timely manner, and strives for perfection. How does this person handle those needs when he is not getting that from someone he is working with?
I'm completely understand you comment about competitiveness. I am very competitive myself and sometimes I have a problem harnessing that drive to win and succeed. What I mean is in my attempt to win I have a tendency to try and impose my thoughts and views on others. Do you have a similar conundrum? 351 words
The business manager of an orchestra performs two Saturday evenings each month with a new program for performance. It incurs the following costs for each performance: Fixed overhead costs $1,500 Rehearsal costs $4,800 Performance costs $2,200 Variable costs $1 per person The Orchestra's business manager is concerned wit
Two problems (attached is better formatting): Environment Recycling, Inc. must clean up a large autormobile tire dump under a state environmental cleanup contract. The tasks, durations (weeks), costs, and predecessor relationships are shown in the table below. Activi
Examine the different type of business organizations - including advantages and disadvantages of each. Include in the analysis taxation issues related to each and the steps needed for dissolution.
Have you ever thought that compensation and salary meant the same thing? What is the difference? From your work experiences, what are some examples of different forms of compensation that are a part of your overall compensation package (in addition to salary)? What are some forms of incentive based pay at your employer or that
I am doing a strategic audit on the compnay KODAK. I need assistance with the following; Introduction about Kodak Their Current situation Their Corporate governance Conclusion about Kodak
Review the following example: OD in Practice: Can Steve Jobs Keep His Mojo Working? Can chief executive Steve Jobs provide a permanent reprieve for Apple Computer, Inc.? Jobs has brought Apple back from the verge of oblivion, racking up profits and restoring Apple's image with the innovative iMac and iBook. Apple stock h
Research recent innovations on the Web. Find a recent innovation that you would consider a breakthrough innovation. What breakthrough innovation did you select? Why? Describe the risk that was taken. What is the target audience for the innovation? Note the size of the company and any other details that you find are important
After watching the video or reading transcript, prepare your report for Flight 001 managers by answering the following questions: 1.According to Maslow's hierarchy, which basic needs did Shank's old boss fail to meet? Explain why the needs have not been met. What could be done to meet these missing needs? (25 points) 2.Use
Consider the company for which you work or have worked in the past. Suppose you wish to increase employee productivity by 20 percent. Identify some key activities that will be required to complete the identified activities. What kinds of management information systems will be useful in conducting these activities?
Write a professional development plan. This plan must incorporate the Needs Analysis, evaluation criteria, and a delivery method. The plan must include the following: o Needs Analysis Introduction: LoRinda Organizational analysis: LoRinda Team analysis: Task analysis: o Learning objectives outlin
Explain the process of developing a mission statement and why it is important 182 words
Today, your manager reveals that you will be working with other employees to help organize all the information regarding the potential countries in which to expand. He explains to you that the group assignment/project requires the making of a template that the company will use to display valuable information regarding the prospe
Based on information obtained at GE's web site, anecdotal information, and personal experience, you are to: Describe the artifacts you find or recall that define the culture. Indicate what these artifacts reveal to you about the shared values and basic assumptions of the organization you selected. 839 words plus refere
What was your best and/or worst performance evaluation? 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 examples. Are the intangibles such as personality, attitude, and behavior as importan
Project management A project is said to be successful if it meets three basic criteria of quality, cost (on budget), and time. This is often referred to as the triple constraint. Moreover, it has been argued that trade-offs always exist between the three elements. That is, you cannot always achieve all three simultaneously.
Do you support the following argument? Because of differences in the nature and consequences of public and private sector collective bargaining, unions in the public sector should not be given the same rights to strike and organize as private sector unions. Please provide specific reasons as to why or why not, and defend your a
Most companies have something that resembles a vision, mission, set of values, and or stated goals/objectives that define who the company is and how they do business. However, they may not always label these statements properly - calling a vision a mission or values a set of beliefs. Sometimes, they do not have a mission at al
Developing a Spreadsheet to Calculate a Forecast for Floral Shop Details: The ABC Floral Shop sold the following number of geraniums during the last 2 weeks: Day Demand Day Demand 1 200 8 150 2 134 9 182 3 157 10 197 4 165 11 136 5 177 12 163 6 125 13 157 7 146 14 169 Develop a spreadsheet to answer the following q
Select an advertisement to which you have recently been exposed. It can be in any paid communications medium such as TV, radio, newspaper, or magazine. The ad that you select should be one to which others can easily relate, e.g., Verizon's "Can you hear me now?" ads or the Aflac ad (the white duck that squawks AFFFFLAAAAAAAC!)