Whistleblowers have played an integral part in identifying corporate wrongdoing in recent years. Describe "whistleblower" requirements.
Recent corporate governance concepts have redefined the responsibilities of management to ensure greater protection and accountability of management to the relevant stakeholders. Define the responsibilities of management in corporate governance.
Due to recent corporate scandals involving senior management, there has been a shift of corporate power from the CEO to other stakeholders. Describe the shift in corporate power from the CEO to other stakeholders and the impact on corporate governance.
See attached document. How does the external environment influence organization design? Using your experience and the Best Snacks scenario, how does the decision to enter an entirely new market affect the design decisions you as a manager make? What is the relationship among organizational design and structure, technolog
What are some of the pros/advantages and cons/disadvantages to using multiple methods of job analysis for a particular job? Multiple sources?
See attached file. Draft a persuasive memo to Zachary Evans on behalf of Joseph Mirola, presenting reasons for keeping the company fitness center. I am to use the information provided by the case and draw inferences from the case and my own knowledge to support the points but do not invent details. The memo is for Mirola's
Employees in the company's warehouse are making numerous errors in inventory control and breaking items shipped. An analysis of the situation reveals that individual competencies are poorly matched with the job requirements. What are three different strategies that would potentially improve this person-job matching?
Legally, businesses can be organized as sole proprietorship, partnerships, or corporations. Briefly describe each of these legal entities. Then, pick one and explain the advantages and disadvantages of using this form of business organization.
Case 1: Off-Duty Smoking 1. Was Rob's choice justified? Why or why not? 2. Is it fair for any employer to refuse to hire a smoker? What about an overweight person? (Are there any relevant differences between a smoker and an overweight person?). Be sure to define what you mean by 'fair.' 3. Does the job position being filled
Write (4) paragraphs on any aspect of business in Germany. Write on at least (2) subjects dealing with aspects of business in Germany.
Government failure occurs when intervention fails to improve, or even worsens economic outcomes. The U.S. government spends funds on social security benefits (as addressed in your homework assignment for this module). Do you think that not just social security, but healthcare should be left to individuals as their own expenditu
A small cell phone manufacturing company using a robotic assembly line employs 13 people with the following annual salaries: $ 120,000 President $100,000 Vice president $ 75,000 Financial manager $ 65,000 Sales manager $ 40,00
Please see ** ATTACHED ** file(s) for complete details!! South California Furniture, Inc., produces all types of office furniture. The "Executive Secretary" is a chair that has been designed using ergonomics to provide comfort during long work hours. The chair sells for $130. There are 480 minutes available during the day, an
In the late 1980s and early 1900s, public universities found that they were no longer immune to the financial stress faced by their private sister institutions and corporate America. Budget cuts were in the air across the land. When the budget ax hit, the cuts often came without warning and their size was sometimes staggering. S
What are the requirements for successful management of the global business? How are they related to each other? If you have experience with global business and global management, how does this align with your own personal experiences?
See attached file. At the start of November, Penco Refinery had Work in Process Inventory consisting of 3,000 units that were 85 percent complete with respect to materials and 45 percent complete with respect to conversion costs. The cost of the units was $35,000 ($24,000 of material cost and $11,000 of labor and overhead)
Businesses selected: Laundry Detergent. Assume the business operates in market where the nature of competition is described as "monopolistic competition". Identify the factors of production (economic resources including natural, human and financial resources), and for each factor of production give an example of what mig
Wal-Mart wants to build one of their stores in a small town. What are the pros and cons regarding the local businesses and the residents? How might a Wal-Mart representative respond to the negative criticisms that might be brought up?
See attached file. Identify key transformation or throughput processes and looking at the relationships between them. To do this we will be drawing on the Burke-Litwin Causal Model. Limit your analysis to the transactional variables they identify in the article. Those variables are: Structure (Burke-Litwin describ
Select a product or service that you utilize at least once a month. 1) Describe the product or service briefly, 2) If you were determining the price, what price would you set and why? 3) What type of promotion do you think would be most effective and why?
Explain why marginal physical product would diminish as: 1. More secretaries are hired in an office. 2. More professors are hired in the economics department of a college. 3. More construction workers are hired to build a school.
Suppose I am making $18 an hour installing electronic chips in handheld computers. Would your offer to work for $8 an hour get you the job? Why might a profit-maximizing employer turn down your offer?
For the last six months, Jill has been with A&A Accounting, a multi-billion dollar entity. A&A has a high-level person responsible for their ethics compliance program who requires all personnel to view 20 hours of compliance videos. While on a flight to another city, Jill happened to sit behind A&A's ethics officer and overheard
Suntrust bank has an annual payroll of $800,000. In addition, the bank incurs payroll tax expense of 9%. At December 31, the end of the bank's accounting year, Suntrust owes salaries of $7,000 and FICA and other payroll tax of $2,000. The bank will pay these amounts early next year. Show what the Suntrust bank will report for
Question 1 From the Profit-and-Loss Statement, what are the two ways that any business can increase their profits or lessen their losses? Explain in some detail. Question 2 What is a Marketing Plan? Discuss some procedures in making one up. Why is this important, especially for a Home-Based Agent? Question 3 What
How has the changing definition of family affected the functions of management? provide an experience/example that supports your views.
Please assist me in describing the nature and extent of knowledge management in Walmart and its relationship to the Walmart's strategy and leadership, using the following guidelines and make recommendations for improving it in 2-3 pages. 1. Describe the nature and extent of knowledge management in the organization or unit that
Please help with the following: 1.Given the importance of understanding the external environment, why do some firms fail to do so? Provide examples of firms that did not understand their external environment. What were the implications of the firm's failure to understand that environment?
Please help. I need to clarify my answers. Thanks. John Howard, a Mobile, Alabama, real estate developer, has devised a regression model to help determine residential housing prices in South Alabama. The model was developed using recent sales in a particular neighborhood. The price (Y) of the house is based on the size (
I need to verify my answers for the following problem. Accountants at the firm Michael Vest, CPAs, believed that several traveling executives were submitting unusually high travel vouchers when they returned from business trips. First, they took a sample of 200 vouchers submitted from the past year. Then they developed the f