Share
Explore BrainMass

Business Management

The Memorial Hospital

The Memorial Hospital is a community-based hospital in an urban area plans to expand its patient care delivery model from focusing extensively on inpatient care to becoming a leader in ambulatory care. The mission of Memorial Healthcare is serving humanity by providing exceptional and cost-effective health care accessible to all

Managing Individual Behavior - Quicken Loans

Background Material: Module 1 focuses on the principles of individual behavior so that you can learn to manage people effectively. We are concerned here not only with managing subordinates, but also managing relationships with peers and developing effective relationships with superiors. It is best if you approach this module in

Lane Bryant Case Study: Riding the Plus Wave

Using the attached please assist with the following questions 1. Explain the success that Lane Bryant is currently experiencing in relation to self-concept, self-esteem, and self consciousness. How can the plus-size industry leverage what we know about consumer behavior to address self esteem issues? 2. Discuss the real-wo

Dove Real Beauty Skin Deep & Sketches' Campaign Case Study

Using the attached please assit with the following 1. Dove's campaign assumes that advertising has the power to determine what we find attractive or unattractive. Do you agree? 2. Some people argue that fashion products are "aspirational"; they encourage consumers to think about what they could be rather than what they are.

group and situational effects on consumer behavior

Please use an article that discusses group and situational effects on consumer behavior and provide at least 600 words answering the following. 1. Summarize the article comparing how situational effects, such as atmospherics and other situational effects, impact the consumer buying decision. 2. With an eye on the article,

Tariffs on Tire Imports China

In Chapter 8 of your International Trade textbook, there is an application of the material on pages 251 - 256 where you are to apply what you have learned from this chapter to U.S. tariffs on steel and tires. In this application, please provide a detailed step by step account and then make your decision. Consider that the U.

Healthcare Communications Important Issues

Jean is a health care administrator for a hospital that serves an urban population. Jean is promoting a recent initiative to install a free clinic to provide minor urgent care. Before the hospital can begin allocating resources to install the free clinic, the hospital directors are asking that Jean establish a community meeting

Enron and Corporate Social Responsibility

By now, you should be very familiar with the Enron case. In this Module, we will evaluate the Enron debacle in the context of Corporate Social Responsibility. Specifically, socially responsible organizations behave in certain, ethical ways. Socially responsible organizations tend to go above and beyond the rules, mores, and expe

Advantages of organization that offers quality customer service

1) This question provides you with an opportunity to analyze the advantages of an organization that offers quality customer service. First, describe what it means to you to provide quality customer service for both internal customers and also external customers. Second, use your critical-thinking skills to explain how quality cu

Article on Diversity and Human Capital

Summarize and include your thoughts on the attached article by Stark & Popplers, "Reassessing Diversity and Human Capital By Revisiting Maruyama's Theories".

Enron and Duty Ethics

Unlike utility ethics, "duty" ethics hold that the duty to act (or not to act) is rooted in the goodness or evil of the act itself - and not in the outcome of the act. Said differently, certain acts are good or bad in and of themselves. Immanuel Kant was a duty-based philosopher, who argued that people must act out of duty. Req

International Trade Assessment

I need help with these questions. Each question needs to be at least 75 words each. 1. The movement of capital and labor generates overall gains for both the source and host countries. In what ways does this happen? 2. What does foreign direct investment (FDI) really mean? 3. Explain differentiated goods and how you understan

CSR at Boeing Ethics

Read the following article, which provides examples of socially responsible companies (this website includes a number of quite excellent articles pertaining to the merits of CSR). You may also want to explore the optional readings provided below, as they may be useful to your understanding of CSR: Fallon, N. (2014, December 4).

Demonstrate positive ethical behavior in the workplace.

2.1) Briefly describe two techniques you can use to hold yourself accountable toward meeting professional goals. Also, briefly describe two techniques for maintaining positive relationships in a workplace. Please include examples of how you would use the techniques in a workplace. 2.2) Explain what it means to demonstrate pos

Three Takeaways

High energy is usually present when a new initiative is introduced, at the start of a large project, or at the beginning of an effort to solve a problem. However, as time passes, new priorities emerge, team members change, and operations can drift back to unsatisfactory levels. —Daniel B. McLaughlin and John R. Olson Des

Article: Change in Healthcare

Federal, state, and local health care policies are continually instituted or amended to address emerging issues and trends and to rectify problems in health care delivery. For instance, reform may be required to address cost containment challenges or disparities in access to health care services. Identify an issue currently i

Healthcare: Checklists & Standards

Think about airline pilots. The pilot uses a checklist upon takeoff or landing to ensure all steps are taken and the equipment works. Would you feel safe if the pilot did not use the checklist? How to patients feel about the lack of standards and checklists in healthcare?

Utility Ethics and Enron

Let's begin with an overview of utility ethics. In utility ethics, it is the outcome, or the consequences, of an act that determines whether that act is a good or bad one. Utility ethics are also referred to as "teleological" ethics, a word that is rooted in the Greek wordtelos, and which may be translated as an "end" or "purpo

Healthcare trends related to an aging population

Health care administrators must proactively plan for changes that alter the health care environment. Trends that affect health care delivery are varied and arise from many different sources, such as the emergence of new technologies, changing patient and workforce demographics, economic fluctuations, and policy developments.

Reliability Improvement

what are the steps for improvement of high reliability which you suggested for your organization. Would you change your recommendations? Could your recommended steps be expanded or refined? Support your response by identifying and explaining key points

Absolute advantage, Comparative advantage and Ricardian Model

International Trade Philosophy Your essay should include the following:  Compare absolute advantage, comparative advantage, and the Ricardian model.  Determine and argue which one of the philosophies is best for a nation state in terms of trade, and use sources to back up this claim. The essay should be at least

Enron and Virtues

Choose three virtues (e.g., justice, fairness, integrity, courage, honor, truthfulness, etc.), and define each using a reputable online dictionary, e.g., http://www.merriam-webster.com/ Using a section heading for discussion of each of your chosen virtues, discuss how each virtue applies to some ethical issue raised by the Enro

Research Methods Presentations

Unit VIII PowerPoint Presentation Compile a PowerPoint presentation introducing the importance of research and the use of research methods within an organization. Think about how this applies to your industry and, specifically, to a company that might use research methods discussed in this course. As you compile this PowerP

Canadian and German healthcare systems

select two countries to compare with the United States in terms of health care 1-How is the health system organized? Is there a central governing agency? 2-How does an individual gain access to needed services, including specialized care? 3-How are health care services paid for? For example, does the country have a national

Plastipak Company

need help finding Plastipak company Contingencies Internal risks; External risks; How risks will be avoided; Actions when risks occur also analysis of Plastipak in the market; initiatives & standards & impact; Strategies and their alignment I have found everything except this information

Diabetes 2: Public Health Polcy

How can such issues be addressed via public policy? How can we, as public health leaders, help with the solution? Thank you,

Leadership: Job Experience

I am writing a pretty detailed paper and I am not sure where to start. Can I please get help with the following and this will give me a foundation for my paper: I read that 70% of what you learn about leadership comes from on-the-job experiences; 20% coaching; and 10% comes from formal class-room development. You receive a m

Strategic Management: Comments

comment on strategic management ( This Question Not for Mr. Stephen Washington, MS ) ( This Question Not for Mr. Stephen Washington, MS ) Thanks. 1- please be encouraging comments on Her post (Mera). Not lower than 5 Lines . I give you Example of comment in the end my question. (Look The Example) to help you. 2- Make ONE qu

Leadership Style Comments

( This Question Not for Mr. Stephen Washington, MS ) ( This Question Not for Mr. Stephen Washington, MS ) Thanks. 1- please be encouraging comments on Her post (Katy). Not lower than 5 Lines . I give you Example of comment in the end my question. (Look The Example) to help you. 2- Make ONE question on the topic,after your com