300 words each question with references 1. What are the responsibilities of the board of directors? Please provide an example of a board of directors that did not meet its responsibilities. 2. Explain the Sarbanes-Oxley Act and its impact on corporate governance. How has it Changed the way we do business in the United St
You are the chief executive officer (CEO) of a fortune 500 company. As the CEO, you are responsible for establishing benchmarks or performance goals for your organization. As an outstanding CEO, you decide to seek feedback from your top senior managers as to which method to use to establish the upcoming year's goals. Steve who i
Please read the transcript and complete the contract creation. Then both, the transcript and the contract creation to answer the question below. 1. Write responses to the decision points embedded in the simulation.
- Reflect on the different legal and policy issues that managers and leaders face on a daily basis. Remember to address the global component of these. - Discuss the importance of governance in enabling leaders and managers to make the right decision in the right way and for the right reasons. - Reflect on the importance of lea
Identify the challenges public sector organizations face when designing and implementing total quality management strategies Question 1. What are the special issues facing public sector organizations when it comes to designing and implementing a business improvement strategy? 2. Give some real time examples.
SAMPLE OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT QUESTIONS WITH PRACTICAL PROBLEMS 1. Average job completion time is: a. total processing time divided by the number of jobs. b. total flow time divided by the number of jobs c. total flow time divided by total processing time. d. total flow time minus total late time. 2. Work center loa
I need help with the following: Answer the following questions regarding social change: How do you think life in the United States will change in the next 10 years? How might the Internet be involved in the changes? How do you think sociologists might use the Internet to study life in the United States? Name 3 specific w
Identify one Balancing Loop and one Reinforcing Loop. These feedback loops should be critical to Whole Foods Market's performance and success. You should have a good idea of what these are from your previous analysis. Explain each one of these loops - what are the causal factors and how do they affect each other. For the Reinfor
What should be the most important goals of public risk policy?
•How has airline travel changed in the last decade? •How have the attitudes of both the internal and external customers changed? •What impact do these attitudes have on the business? •How could airline management change the negative impression of the industry? •What are some ways airline management could build succ
You know from your prior experience that moving to lean manufacturing (or demand-based manufacturing) can generate not only profitability improvements but also improvements in asset requirements (inventory reduction). Based on this, you wanted to let the Global Supply Chain Manager and her purchasing department know about the ki
The CFO thought it might be of benefit to the entire senior staff, for you to share your thoughts on the pros and cons of lean manufacturing, as well as how the firm's existing MRP system may help or hinder moving to this kind of manufacturing methodology. At the next weekly managers' meeting, he asked you to explain the follo
Locate a current (last 3 months) article on unemployment in a city, state, or nationally, or in a specific job classification. Briefly summarize the information in the article, and discuss the area of the economy (or GDP) that you think is causing the unemployment and why. What specific action by government (Federal, State or l
I am stuck on the following question: Compare and contrast your best estimates (or reasonable 'guesstimates') of the price elasticity and income elasticity for the personal consumables versus the consumer durables. Specify the assumptions that you make. Thank you!
Identify several sources of errors as a student, employee, business owner, or in your personal life. Develop/discuss some poka-yokes that might prevent them. Poka-yoke (POH-kah YOH-kay) is an approach for mistake-proofing processes using automatic devices or methods to avoid simple human error. Poka-yoke is focused on two as
List and explain three short-term and three-long term goals that you have set for your future. What measures or actions must you take to obtain these goals? 200 words
Explain why it is important for a successful leader to recognize different learning styles among company employees. Give examples of how a successful leader at work would accommodate each learning style from their employees. What experiences have you encountered in the workforce?
Reflect on the personal influences, including the values and morals, you believe are important to you and/or others when facing right versus right, and right versus wrong decisions as you lead and manage others. Reflect on the organizational influences that would influence your and/or others' decisions. Reflect on the global a
Does McDonald's use quality management procedures in its logistics system? In what ways (some specific examples)? If McDonald's does not use quality management procedures, what steps would you suggest they put in place in order to improve its logistics system?
Please, I really need your help. Can you please help me with this case study? Also, I attached the whole case study with some charts included. Please, I had to make the charts small to post it, so extend the charts larger so you could view it. I also add bullets to show different sections. Thanks in advance and I truly appreciat
Select an industry like a large oil company or Trader Joe's. Identify within that industry companies that appear to be employing each of the strategies listed below. Explain and justify your classifications. Reference • Low-cost provider • Broad differentiation • Best-cost provider •
Describe briefly the advantages and disadvantages of both floating and fixed exchange-rate systems. Which do you think the world will move toward in the future? Give your response some thought, cite all sources.
Question Read Case Study 6 on pages 396-407 of textbook: 1. Evaluate Harrogate Borough Council's approach to quality management with particular reference to the system used for performance measurement. 2. What lessons, if any, can be learned from this UK public sector case study that could be usefully applied in your industry
This is a discussion of the question. The reference article is for the brief analysis, while typical article analysis is not applicable here, so please use it as supplementary material. Please do not to be confined to this article only, other conclusion and views are also important and necessary. Question: Use the article b
Please provide some output information using Nadler-Tushman: Organization Group Individual Thank you
It has been said that Earned Value Management (EVM) came about because the federal government often used "cost-plus" contractors with project organization. Cost-plus contracting allows the contractor to recover full project development costs plus accumulate profits from these contracts. Why would requiring contractor firms to em
What are the challenges associated with multi-national learning networks
Process Management is about continuous improvement. Discuss similarities and differences between the Deming Cycle Methodology and the Kaizen approach to process improvement.
How might the definition of quality apply to an organization you know? Provide examples of consumers, external customers and internal customers, and ways in which their expectations can be met or exceeded. Do you feel the organization is applying the principles of quality? Why or why not?
Risk is one of those words that takes on a myriad of meanings, depending upon the discipline. From yourDictionary.com, as a noun, "risk" is defined as: . 1. The possibility of suffering harm or loss; danger. 2. A factor, thing, element, or course involving uncertain danger; a hazard: "the usual risks of the desert: rattlesnak