See the attached file. Unfortunately, I can no longer obtain the free download for SmartDraw and some of the drawing software packages. Attached is an organizational chart I need drawn without the text. It can be in Word or Excel.
What factors would contribute to job satisfaction in a position you hold (or might hold)? Why are those factors important?
See attached file. You have completed the assessment, to the degree that you are able to, think about it for a bit; then prepare a paper discussing the following points: - a brief summary of your experience taking the assessment - the degree to which your personality type as indicated by the assessment fits your self-imag
1.What is the relationship between employee training and employee development? Are both necessary within an organization? Which is more important to an organization's development and why? 2. Should the Human Resources Department be responsible for career development? Why or why not? What are the advantages or disadvantages of
What is the relationship between employee training and employee development? Are both necessary within an organization? Which is more important to an organization's development and why? Should the Human Resources Department be responsible for career development? Why or why not? What are the advantages or disadvantages of prom
Discuss the process through which training needs identified in the analysis phase are translated into the training objectives. In your answer, explain what an objective is, its relevance to training, and the various components of a training objective.
What skills do managers need today? Are these skills different from management skills of 50 years ago? Why? Provide at least 300 words with one reference.
Discuss in detail: What are the similarities and differences between HR administration in the public and private sector? What impact do those differences have on the practice of HR administration?
What are some of the major causes of illiteracy and how can they be avoided? What are the political and economic factors involved in educational problems?
How does the political-economic system affect the problems related to the American economy and work? Discuss the contradiction between the ideology and the reality of work in America.
(1) Hollander introduces us to the concept idiosyncrasy credits. What does the concept mean? Explain how a member of a group might accumulate idiosyncracy credits and the role that these credits play in the emergence of a leader. (2) What is legitimate power. (3) What was the primary objective of Podsakoff and Todor's res
I'm the HR Director in a call center. The call center manager is newly promoted, and has no experience with hiring. She just notified me of the need to hire 15 customer service representatives to start in the next training class (30 days from today). Develop a detailed response to address the following questions: 1. Wha
Environmental Changes Provide an example of an industry or company that has changed its strategy over time as environmental factors such as technology, competition, and consumer preferences have changed. Explain the changes in environment and in the industry's or company's evolving strategy. Vision and Mission Share th
Discuss and compare external recruiting and internal recruiting of new managers. This is a three detailed paragraph response from a former MBA candidate, with an M.Ed. and multiple teacher certifications!
Both external recruiting and internal recruiting of new managers have advantages and disadvantages for the organization. Discuss the advantages and the disadvantages of both of these types of recruiting and compare them. ... I also feel that a personality test and or some sort of test that checks for aptitudes (which more com
Describe and discuss a few of your own personal or professional experiences with presentations or public speaking and illustrate what strategies you have discovered to be effective or ineffective. Thanks for your help!
1. Large business leaders are accountable to the government, their shareholders, and their stakeholders for business decisions. As such, they face pressure to implement a sustainability plan and penalties for engaging in non sustainable practices. To whom are small business owners accountable? What pressures do small business ow
Develop a selection process for one of the following jobs. - Bank Teller - Retail Store Cashier is selected - Telephone Customer Service Representative - Human Resource Manager - Waiter or Waitress This assignment will have two parts. The first part is associated with this unit, and the second part is associated wit
Integrate the concepts and operations management principles address the following questions as they pertain to the fast food restaurant chain McDonald's: 1) How product design is applied in decision-making of that organization? 2) Can you describe a Product Life Cycles in the organization? 3) How different Issues for P
Please see attached file. 1. Assignment: Criterion Development Worksheet I/O consultants are involved in many organizational activities, including the selection of employees, human resource planning, leadership development, performance appraisal, organizational design and diagnosis, and training evaluation. In many cases,
What is the value of orientation training? How can you make sure it is effective?
Annual demand for a product is 13,000 units; weekly demand is 250 units with a standard deviation of 40 units. The cost of placing an order is $100, and the time from ordering to receipt is four weeks. The annual inventory carrying cost is $0.65 per unit. To provide a 98 percent service probability, what must the reorder point b
The adage ' square peg in the round hole' has become all the more apt and important in the present day scenario. Gone are the days when you just pasted "requirement of helping hands on your factory gate" and unemployed persons will flock to your premises. Besides, you can no longer hire ' a jack of all trades'. Times have changed, aspirations of candidates have changed and so have your identification for the right candidate. .
Consider the selection process. this is the "ground zero" of your talent acquisition. You depend on your people for your company's success. What can we do to ensure that we get the best talent? What kind of behavioral, situational and panel interviewing techniques can help ensure that you get the right person for the job? I
Successful organizations are also those who are able to make relatively accurate forecasts about the future needs (inventory, facilities, capacity, manufacturing, manpower) for the products produced or the services delivered. Forecasting is an uncertain science since it calls for predictions but current theoretical and mathe
Please review the attach case study and answer question #1 Poppler's management wants your team to create a proposal to implement technology upgrades to its inventory and customer management systems. Management wants to know how it can benefit from the introduction of new technology and if the investment will pay off. 1.
** Please see the attached file for the complete problem description ** Please write 250 words with references and citations. Only do the portion in bold letters. The idea is to anticipate barriers to implementing your sustainability recommendations, plan how to overcome these barriers, and describe methods to systematical
How do social institutions contribute to the problem of poverty? How do attitudes and ideologies help perpetuate poverty?
1. Outline the recruitment strategies of Nestle 2. Explain how Nestle classifies their job opportunities and what assumptions can be made about the classifications. 3. Determine how the following factors assist in deciding the optimal mix of home and host country employees in the organization: a. The type of interna
Describe the cost benefit evaluation and cost effectiveness evaluation methods of evaluating whether training was "worth it".
How have Nike's business-level strategies changed the nature of industry competition?
A vital part of almost every report contains statements concerning its problem. Evaluate and explain the significance of report problems whose introductions could require coverage of methods of collecting data, historical background, and limitations.