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Alternatives of Medical Costs

A company finds that the cost of its medical benefits has increased far beyond what was expected, and futher increases are projected. 1. List the alternatives available to bring medical costs under control 2.Compare and contrast the advantages and disadvantages if each alternative for controlling costs. 3. What input, if an

Forecasting on Sales

Carpet City wants to develop a means to forecast its carpet sales. The store manager believes that the store's sales are directly related to the number of new housing starts in town. The manager has gathered data from county records on monthly house construction permits and from store records on monthly sales. Please see the att

Waiting Lines (Queuing) / Fast Shop Market

The Fast Shop Market has a single checkout counter and one employee to serve customers. An average of 24 customers arrives each hour with a Poisson distribution (and therefore, exponentially distributed interarrival times). Customer checkout times are exponentially distributed with a mean of 2 minutes. Customers are checked o

Forecasting - McIntosh University

If you have QM for Windows, please use. I used this software and it will be easier to compare my work. Please show all work, see attachment. Thank you. McIntosh University wants to develop forecasts for next year's quarterly enrollment. It has collected data for 2 years. It has also forecasted total annual enrollment for

Integrating diet and exercise

1. How can you integrate diet and exercise changes into your life at this time? Be specific about the diet and lifestyle changes you can integrate into your life. (150 words) 2. As you listen to the news or read the newspaper or weekly news publication this week, look for a story or article that pertains to nutriti

Primary and seconday research methods.

What are the differences between secondary and primary business research? How do the concepts of validity, reliability and bias relate to data research?

Organization Structure - Veteran's Memorial Hospital

I would like to compare my ideas to yours. Thanks. Business: Veteran's Memorial Hospital Design an organizational structure: 1. Structure (Simple, Bureaucracy, etc.) 2. Number of Employees 3. Work Specialization 4. Departmentalization 5. Chain of Command 6. Span of Control 7. Centralization and Decentralization

Critical Care Hospital

Critical Care Hospital Critical Care Hospital will be purchasing a CATSCAN (computerized axial tomography scanner) in the next six months. The CATSCAN equipment will be installed in the radiology department and will require a significant renovation for the area. The scanner will arrive in about five months, but the constructi

Job Analysis Data and Information

Giving examples of where each method would best fit the requirements of the situation, describe various methods for generating job analysis data and information. With the advent of word processing and computing capabilities, organizations can develop their own major activity and task inventories. What is the role of job analysis

CB trucking assignment 4

Gathering the data Using the management dilemma identified in assignment 1, prepare a data collection design as if no primary data are available. Detail, step-by-step and in sequence, the search for and review of secondary data you will conduct to answer your research question(s). Explain why you chose the sources you

A paragraph related to CB trucking

Please consider the research you are doing, when you respond to this question. What are the limitations of your study? This only has to be 1 to 2 paragraphs in length. I have attached CB assignment 1 to help. Thank you.

The information that a selection specialist uses to predict future job performance

The information that a selection specialist uses to predict future job performance can be obtained from several different types of tools: application forms, interviews, tests, work simulations, and so on. In this assignment, use course materials, resources, and the Library to finish constructing your selection process. For this

Andreas Webster's Assignment to New York

Answers to the following questions required 1. Should Andreas go back to the position offered to him by his employer? 2. If Andreas accepts the job, what should his career plan be? 3. If Andreas does not accept the job, what should be do? 4. Who is to blame for the current situation and how could it have been avoided

Career Management of Highfliers at Alcatel

I am seeking help to answers the following questions about the attached case. 1. How best to identify high potential employees and prepare them to assume top management positions 2. How to best integrate business proves across regional groups of companies 3. How best to develp a universal corporate culture in order to e

Transportation Problem - Plant Outlets

Green Valley Mills produces carpet at plants in St. Louis and Richmond. The carpet is then shipped to two outlets, located in Chicago and Atlanta. The cost per ton of shipping carpet from each of the two plants to the two warehouses is as follows: To (Cost) _____________________________ From Chicago |

Instruction vs. Process Analysis

Create a chart that illustrates the differences between a set of instructions and a process analysis set. Also show how they differ from one other in terms of purpose, title, audience, organization, document design, and other ways. I have most of the project done I need someone to help me do this. I don't know how to do it.

Wal-Mart Company, Hiring Process

A description of the chosen process (THE HIRING PROCESS) "As-Is" flow chart of the process to be analyzed. DONE AND (ATTACHED) c. Describe the relationship of the process to the organization's strategic plan. d. Identify the internal and external customers that are currently impacted by the process that would benefit from th

Personal Motivation and Outcome

Discuss factors that motivate you. Recall a situation in the past where you participated in either a group endeavor or an individual project that you spent a lot of time on and had a very positive outcome. An example could be a school or a community project in which you were proud of the results when you finished. Discuss what o

Percentage of Fortune 500 CEOs Who Support Indiana University's Rating

We want to determine the percentage of Fortune 500 CEOs who think Indiana University (IU) deserves its current Business Week rating. We mail a questionnaire to all 500 CEOs and 100 respond. Exactly half of the respondents believe IU does deserve its ranking. A. Construct a 99% confidence interval for the fraction for the fra