Welcome to the world of New York. all the toy companies display their products. It is also where the major trade shows and competitions are held. Buyers frequently come to the showroom to preview new and exciting products. For Briggs (fictitious company for school assignment), maintaining the right image is critical. Most of
How can a corporation identify its core competencies? Its distinctive competencies? Provide examples of each for your own organization.
Research Jet Blue airline company. After review of all the documents you can find on the web and in libraries, write a 3 to 4 page response to the following questions: 1. What is the most important problem facing Jet Blue? 2. What recommendation(s) would you make to Jet Blue, and in what order of priorities? 3. How do
What are the advantage of having a centralized staffing function, as opposed to letting each manage be totally responsible for all staffing activities in his or her unit?
What are the advantages and disadvantages of a bureaucratic organization? I need a minimum of two sources along with the answer... Please properly cite and reference your sources using APA format.
Given what we know about the knowledge workers of today and tomorrow, what changes should we make to our benefits packages and processes to make them more attractive?
I need help describing advantages and disadvantages of some organization structures. Select two of the following organization structures and explain the advantages and disadvantages of the ones you select. a. Flat versus tall b. Centralized versus decentralized 1) Coordination 2) Authority 3)
When and why do you think it is appropriate for a family-owned company to create a formal pay structure with job descriptions and salary ranges?
Based on research regarding base pay and the regulations governing equal pay, when and why do you think it is appropriate for a family-owned company to create a formal pay structure with job descriptions and salary ranges? At the opening of the business? After one year in business? When you employ enough people to fall within fe
"If line employees are required to work on quality improvement activities, their productivity will suffer."
"If line employees are required to work on quality improvement activities, their productivity will suffer." Discuss and give examples.
How should Mary go about increasing the number of acceptable job applicants so that her company need no longer hire just about anyone who walks in the door?
How should Mary go about increasing the number of acceptable job applicants so that her company need no longer hire just about anyone who walks in the door? What practical suggestions could you make that might help reduce turnover and make the stores attractive places in which to work, thereby reducing recruiting problems?
10. The operation manager of a musical instrument distributor feels that demand for bass drums may be related to the number of television appearance by popular rock group Green Shades during the preceding month. The manager has collected the data shown in the following table: demand for bass drums Green shades TV appearance
9. John smith has developed the following forecasting model: Y= 36+4.3X where Y= demand for 10K air conditioners X= the outside temperature a) Forecast the demand for 10K when the temperature is 70F? b) What is the demand for a temperature of 80F? c) What is the demand for a temperature of 90F?
A process that is considered to be in control measures an ingredient in ounces. Below are the last 10 samples taken. Please see the attached problem.
Bob is at the Boston Biceps Bodybuilding Club riding an exercise bike. Bob wants to change the station on the television which is mounted high on a nearby wall. He reaches for the remote control device, and finds that another member has accidentally taken the remote control device and left behind a cellular phone. Bob drags the
1) What process strategy (from the four process strategies) is being applied at McDonald's? The 4 process strategies are: Process focus Repetitive focus Product focus Mass customization 2) Where is the headquarter (or distribution center) of McDonald's? Are there any benefits of it being located there? If you could choo
"Volatile organic chemicals (VOCs) are emitted as gases from certain solids or liquids. VOCs include a variety of chemicals, some of which may have short- and long-term adverse health effects. Concentrations of many VOCs are consistently higher indoors (up to ten times higher) than outdoors. VOCs are emitted by a wide array of
The R&D dept. is planning to bid on a large project for the development of a new communication system for commercial planes. The accompanying table shows the activities, time & sequence required: Activity Immediate predecessor Time (weeks) A --- 3 B A 2 C A 4 D A 4 E B 6 F C,D 6 G D,F 2 H D 3 I E,G,H 3 A.) What is
What are specific business strategies that have been successful for many corporations and their leaders? Explain three of these strategies. What insures the success of these strategies?
There are some similarities and differences between interest-based negotiation (designed to resolve disagreements) and large-group methods like future search (designed to find common ground). In a 300-word response, please answer the following question: What similarities do you see? What differences? What is the signi
16. As a class project you have been asked to project the proportion of time a professor spends on various activities. You have decided to use the work sampling method. Your initial observations are shown: Activity Observed # of times observed Grading 4 Adm. Pape
a. Discuss how a complete performance management system differs from the use of annual performance appraisals. b. Discuss the advantages of managing turnover in organizations. c. Examine contemporary safety and health management issues in the workplace. d. Include a discussion of future trends and challenges in HR manageme
Please help... b & c can be done with the attached template, but I do not know how to implement the data... Historical demand for a product is: Demand Jan 12 Feb 11 March 15 APril 12 May 16 June 15 a. using weighted moving average with weights of .60, .30 and .10. What is July forecast? b. Using a
In what ways do you see managers using collaborative negotiation with employees who may be resistant to the change? Please support your 200-300 word response with academic literature.
Scheduling people to work late, or "graveyard", shift is a problem in almost every 24-hour company. An article in the Wall Street Journal titled "Scheduling workers who fall asleep on the job is not easy" describes night-shift dilemmas at an oil refinery and a police department. Scheduling is also difficult for airline that fly
David Upton is president of Upton Manufacturing, a producer of Go-Kart tires. Upton makes 1,000 tires per day with the following resources:
David Upton is president of Upton Manufacturing, a producer of Go-Kart tires. Upton makes 1,000 tires per day with the following resources: Labor: 400 hours per day @ $12.50 per hour Raw Material: 20,000 [pimds [er dau @ $1 per pound Energy: $5,000 per day Capital: $10,000 per day a) What is the labor productiv
Eric Johnson determines his cost to be as follows: Labor: $10 per hour Resin: $5 per hour Capital Expense 1% per month of investment Energy: $.50 per BTU Show the percent change in productivity for one month last year vs. one month this year, on a multifactor basis with dollars as the common denominator. Units Produced
Until recently, Augean Cleaning Products sold its products on terms of net 60, with an average collection period of 75 days. See attachment for the rest. Book for guidance: Operations Management for Competitive Advantage by Chase, Jacobs, & Aquilano
Details: On May 10, 1871, the third and final phase of what are known as the German Wars of Unification came to an abrupt end. Paris had fallen in January; and the German states had proclaimed their union under the Prussian Kaiser, taken from the ancient Roman Caesar, thus creating a new nation-state, or Deutsches Reich, the G
In order to make Social Security solvent (able to pay you when you retire) the following should happen: a.) Make all income (not just the first approximately $100,000 a person earns) subject to social security tax. b.) Raise the social security tax rate (It is currently a little over 7%) c.) Not give social security money to