Name three industries that are currently red oceans? Where do blue ocean opportunities exist?
Sample email communicating a new policy to employees and then describes how oral communication of this policy would be similar or different than the written policy.
Construct an email communicating a new policy to your employees. Some examples you could use include: dress code policy, cell phone use, break time, personal use of computer, etc. Describe how your oral communication of this policy would be similar or different than the written policy.
Share some stories about recent positive and negative customer service experiences. What specifically made these experiences either good or bad?
Why is it important for managers to have a working knowledge of perception and attribution?
HRM 532 "Talent Management" Week 9 Discussion 1: "Talent Management Research Priorities" 1. Considering the vast number of diverse groups represented in the workforce, create a brief research agenda that addresses how talent management strategy can proactively attract a diverse workforce. (Please add references if possible).
•Analyze the four elements of the integrated model of motivation to determine which element is the most essential to get right when motivating employees. Explain your rationale. •Assess your current environment at work (or school) and recommend steps you believe would best motivate workers (or students.) Provide specific
What is deliberate planning and how does it support national military strategy? Give an example of a scenario that might require deliberate planning.
What types of information must be disclosed in the management discussion and analysis? Explain.
John Santos is an undergraduate business student majoring in accounting. He has just failed the first accounting course, Accounting 101, and is understandably upset. Explain how you would use performance analysis to identify what, if any, are Santos's training needs. Please provide your explanation of how performance analysis
Read pages 198-199 of the textbook. Once you finish reading the Case Study, answer the following questions: 1. If you were deciding whether to engage in the recall or settle the cases in which injury occurred, which would you choose? Why? 2. What influence does the value of your stakeholders have upon your decision? 3. What
Read Advertisements promoting prescription drugs have increased significantly since the FDA changed regulations in 1997 to allow direct to consumer (DTC) advertising. Among the most widely marketed drugs have been Lipitor, Zocor, Prilosec, Prevacid, Nexium, Celebrex, Vioxx, Zoloft, Paxil, Prozac, Viagra, Cialis, Levitra, Pro
What kind of public administrative future would you like to see, and what could you do to bring it about?
Optimization & Linear Programming (1) What is your opinion on the question below? In Case 3, you are learning to use LP to determine the best set of Order Quantities so that you obtain the Optimum (max) amount of profit for one product line at EBBD. As you write your report to Wilco to present your results, consider oth
Explain at least 2 different types of team building concepts used by business today by answering the following questions. - What type of team building concepts does this type of concept promote? What type of team dysfunctions does this address? - Do you believe these team building concept techniques would benefit or enhance
How should a company assess readiness for learning? (Be sure to include characteristics of both the employee and the work environment.) Use at least 75 words and cite any sources used in APA format.
CASE STUDY 9: New Concept Development at Philips Philips has a proud history of innovation and has been responsible for launching several 'new to the world' product categories, like X-ray tubes in its early days, the Compact Cassette in the 1960s followed by the Compact Disc in the 1980s, and more recently Ambilight TV. Thes
When making a decision, how do you see yourself as a risk taker? Are you risk-averse or do you tolerate risk. To what do you attribute your views on risk taking?
Organizational Leaders and Outcomes: diversity initiatives that organizational leaders can implement to effectively manage their multi-generational workforce.
In an attempt to improve organizational outcomes, what diversity initiatives can organizational leaders implement to manage effectively their multi-generational workforce?
Leaders and Mental Models: why it is hard to change assumptions and reasons to be aware of mental models.
Why is it so hard for people to change their assumptions? What are some specific reasons leaders need to be aware of their mental models?
Please assist with writing a paper of no more than 350 words discussing the results of your Career Plan Building Activity: Work Culture Preferences and Competencies on being a Bank Manager. Reflect on your results. How can knowing your ideal work culture help you in developing strategic and operational plans to achieve
Resistance to Talent Management and Leaders' Intuition. Discusses how management may resist development of strategy and ways to combat this. Also discusses managers that have their own way of determining worth of employees.
1. Strategy-driven talent management is considered the most effective way to acquire and maintain top talent. Develop three possible ways that senior leadership might resist the development of a strategy and one way to combat each of these types of resistance to ensure a sustainable talent management strategy remains in place. (
Managing globally has significant differences than managing locally, however leaders in multinational organizations must do both simultaneously and do it within the laws of each nation. You have taken on a client that is expanding into new international areas, doing business in Asia, the Middle East and potentially in South Amer
Research the continuous quality assurance (CQA) efforts within a healthcare facility other than in hospitals (e.g. mental health, public health, school clinics, and integrated medicine centers). Summarize your findings and discuss the ethical foundations of such efforts.
Read the case study Naval Operating Base, Arkladelphia, http://highered.mcgraw-hill.com/sites/dl/free/0073381454/647730/naval_operating_base_arkladelphia.pdf, in which you are given a scenario regarding difficulties faced by a negotiator in a "sole source" situation. Read through the case study and answer the three questions at
International Trade: Make a case for and against an establishment of a Free Trade Area of the Americas (FTAA) between the U.S. and Canada. What are possible effects of such an agreement on North American businesses, North American consumers, and other nations? Are there any impediments to integration between the U.S. and Canada?
1. What are four movies or TV shows that are mythological in nature, and how are they about mythology? 2. How are myths used in marketing? What is an example of how a myth is used in advertising/marketing?
Please respond to the following: - Assess the value of having a Supplier Code of Conduct when outsourcing operational functions to international markets and the enforceability of such a code. - Evaluate whether or not you believe a U.S.-based company outsourcing jobs to foreign markets is ethical. Support your position. - A
Cognitive Dissonance or Behavior, goal settings impact on behavior, why people sometimes act differently than their beliefs
I need help with these questions with citations and references added to the response of 150-200 words: What is cognitive dissonance? Who invented it? Give a business and at least one personal example of having used cognitive dissonance. Assess the impact of goal-setting on employee motivation. What principles and con
How could you reconcile the social agenda - make radios freely available - with the commercial challenges of running a business? What problems do you think Freeplay/Lifeline Energy face in trying to sustain the business? ----- CASE STUDY 2 Exploring Innovation in Action: Power to the People - Lifeline Energy Trevor Bay
I need some assistance formulating ideas on how to write an essay focusing on solving Racism. It can't be approached as a report, as it is an essay. These four questions below must be included: 1. What is the problem? (Racism) 2. What makes Racism a social problem? 3. What causes Racism? 4. What can be done about Rac