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BioMEMS - The business case for going small

Assignment for the BioMEMS - The business case for going small The assignment should contain the following parts: (i) Description of the present situation, with clear representation of all economic and technical variables, as well as their values for the base scenario. (ii) Proposed new scenario, with clear statement

Compare two products

Working individually or in a team, compare two similar products or service industries based on the customer assessment of the customer requirements for the following production items: a) Mountain bike b) Racing bike c) Pizza d) Textbook e) ATM f) Automobile cruise control g) Coffee maker h) Computer mouse i) Rechargeabl

Training & Development

Go online and research the future trends relative to the field of training and development. Discuss your findings. Some questions to consider are: What predictions do you find? Based on future social, economic, political, or technological factors, what additional trends do you think will influence training? What ca

The Equipment Effectiveness

Exercise #1 The bearing department is planning their schedule for the following week. They need an understanding of last week's performance. The schedule called for two 8-hour shifts per day for 5 days. Downtime charged to production averaged 76 minutes per day. Down time charged to maintenance averaged 135 minutes per day. Ca

Public Policy

Select a public policy that directly impacts the local government in the area where your organization is located. You should select a policy that impacts in some way the local government in the area where your work is located. (The private sector is affected by federal, state, and local policies.) Conduct research on this policy

Ecconomics for the global manager

Microeconomics is considered to be the study of scarce resources. Here, consumers (both individuals and organizations) must make allocation decisions. These three basic trade-offs include which goods/services are to be produced, how to produce them, and who gets them. Briefly explain the three trade-offs within a specific good/s

Training and Development

Go online and do research on the various ways that organizations can help their employees to do that. Discuss your findings. Some questions to consider are: What types of programs are organizations offering to help employees balance work and non-work issues? What are the "best practices" in each category? Why are empl

Importance of Policies

How important do you think policies are? Aren't policies there to protect the incompetent more than direct the competent? Are major successes achieve through following policy?

Planning and Segregation of Managers

Planning can not take place in a vacuum. How would you segregate senior and mid-level managers, but still get the communication and results needed?

Assessment of the system of goal-setting, performance evaluation, and workplace rewards which impact productivity both positively and negatively and job satisfaction (as related to the selected job or department).

3. Job Redesign and Workplace Rewards Assessment The Job Redesign and Workplace Rewards Assessment is a project which asks you to assess the current state of your workplace environment (or home if you do not work outside of your home). Prepare an assessment of the system of goal-setting, performance evaluation, and workpl

Team development techniques

Explain team development techniques. Be sure to include the following items: a. Identify how project team members are selected b. Identify team building strategies c. Identify potential areas of conflict within a diverse project team d. Identify techniques for reducing the probability of dysfunction

managers to maintain and sustain values

How are we as managers to maintain and sustain values over time in light of rapid change, mergers, acquisitions, turnover, etc What are some industries might must change rapidly to survive?

Literature in Business

I. How does the reading process change the reader? (What is your evidence for this?) j. How does writing about changes in business help the writer deal with changes in the workplace? (What is your evidence for this?) k. How does literature deal with elements of business that resist change, such as perso

Forecasting a Master Budget for Academic Year

8. Virginia State University (VSU) is preparing its master budget for the upcoming academic year. Currently, 12,000 students are enrolled on campus; however, the admissions office is forecasting a 5% growth in the student body despite a tuition hike to $80 per credit hour. The following additional information has been ga

Training & Development

What is the value of a mentoring program to the organization? To the mentor? To the protégé? What are the expectations of the mentor and the protégé? How much time would some expect to spend as a mentor? What type of training should a mentor receive prior to starting a mentoring assignment. How does e.Mentoring

Public Relations - Kickbacks?

You are the senior vice president of marketing and communications for a medium-sized manufacturer headquartered in your city. Your company is bidding on a major contract in an Asian country. If your firm wins the contract, the company's revenues could double over the next five years. Plus, you will likely have the inside track o

comparing Langston Hughes' two poems, "Trumpet Player" and "The Weary Blues."

* Write a well-developed paragraph (the length may be specified by your instructor) comparing Langston Hughes' two poems, "Trumpet Player" and "The Weary Blues." What is the connection between racial issues and music in the poems? What is the value of music to the speakers in each poem? * Your paragraph should be o

Public Relations Ethics

Do you think it is ever OK for a public relations person to lie (i.e., deliberately mislead a reporter or the public by providing incorrect information or not correcting misinformation that favors his organization). If you were working for the government as a public relations person, would you ever mislead reporters? What are th

Critical Success Factors

What are the attributes of Critical Success Factors in general? How do you think are these attributes present in the IT (Information Technology) industry or not? If they are, then please expound upon your response. P.S. Please provide appropriate references for statements and/or quotations next to the statements and/or quotat

Simulation - Coast-to-Coast Airlines

Coast-to-Coast Airlines is investigating the possibility of reducing the cost of fuel purchases by taking advantage of lower fuel costs in certain cities. since fuel purchases represent a substantial portion of operating expenses for an airline, it is important that these costs be carefully monitored. however, fuel adds weight t

Economics and Management - Student Course Load Planner

Student Course Load Planner If you need to make adjustments to manage your time, I trust you will go ahead and make them. Good Luck. CREDIT HOURS Each course you take is measured in "credit hours". Credit hours refer to the number of hours per week you are in the classroom during a fourteen week semester. Most courses are

Discuss the changing factors that could influence business in the future

As a small business owner, information can be one of your key assets. Why must you, as a business owner, manage information as a resource? How might the Internet and related communication technologies change your business? What are some of the ways that information technology can improve productivity and performance in y

Operations Management - Economic Shift

1. How do you explain the shift of the economic mass from traditional industries to information-intensive industries? 2. What kind of tools can an MNC use to build up competitive advantage from operations? 3. Which are the main consequences of resource-induced changes in operations management? 4. Have you noticed a change of

Inflation tables, Unemployment Tables, Interest Rate Tables

Create inflation tables, unemployment tables, or interest rate tables Also figures such as economical figures of inflation vs unemployment, avg. salary at times of inflation, etc. Also, provide a short executive summary on these above topics.

Regulating Health Care

To what degree should private sector insurance companies regulate managed care issues such as the approval of procedures, referrals, and other decisions?