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Employee Training Techniques/ Management Development Techniques

1. Describe how to use five training techniques discussed in the text. Provide examples of each. Your response must be at least 200 words in length. 2, Compare and contrast the two management development techniques that require trainees to work in groups: action learning and management games. Your response must be a

Employment Selection Tools/ Management Assessment Centers

1. Discuss the factors an employer should consider when deciding on a selection tool. Which methods are proven to have high validity and low adverse impact? Explain why. Your response must be at least 200 words in length. 2. Explain the advantages and disadvantages of using management assessment centers for selection.

Home Healthcare

Find peer-reviewed journal articles about HRM in Home Health Care then analyzed: You can also use the two attached papers, plus your own chosen human resource management (HRM) in home health care topics: Address key elements in home healthcare HRM in your analysis. Cover some of the important managements goals of why HRM

Innovation in the Health Care

how can health care organizations learn to be innovative? What factors constrain organizational learning and innovation?

Wilson Labs & Training

Unit IV Case Study Video: Training (Wilson Learning)Instructions: Read the video case in your textbook,titled "Training (Wilson Learning),"then watch the corresponding video in the Unit Study Guide. Answer 4 of the Discussion Questions on page 251. Be sure to restate each question in your own words before answering in essay fo

Human Resource for Zipcar and Hiring

Unit III Case Study Video Case: Interviewing Candidates (Zipcar) Instructions: Read the video case in your textbook,titled "Interviewing Candidates (Zipcar),"then watch the corresponding video in the Unit Study Guide. Answer two of the Discussion Questions on page 209. 1. What makes Zipcar an attractive employer for w

Decision Making for Failure to Audit

Based off the two other attachments, "Decision Traps" and "Sources of Power", please compare one to the other in the following manner: (1) Summarize the arguments of the "Decision Traps" attachment and the "Sources of Power" attachment. (2) Address the fundamental differences between decision-making according to the "Decisio

Strategy Formulation and Planning

For this submission you will be asked to submit your third blog entry about another important aspect of the strategic management process and to provide examples based on current events pulled from recent articles from reputable sources (such as a major national news source like the NY Times, Business Week, etc.). Recall tha

Dish--Strategic direction and CSR.

In this assignment, consider some key strategies recently implemented by Dish in its effort to succeed and compete in its current competitive environment. Discuss the strategic direction of the company and whether you believe the organization to be on the right track. Make recommendations that you believe would help Dish to gai

360 degree feedback system

I need help with analyzing GE's 360 degree appraisals; then answering these questions! Describe how you will precede case questions begin by analyzing the possible advantages and disadvantages of using 360 - degree appraisals in this plant. Then indicate the decisions you would make regarding each of the following questions

Competition in Healthcare

Read the following prompt and write a 7 sentence response as per the last line's instructions. This is a subject that is being discussed more often on Wall Street. Coopetition between the insurers and service providers, such as hospitals and physicians, is one way these groups maximize the benefits for the relevant parties

Healthcare discussion questions

1. What are some reasons why project scheduling is not done well? 2. What is the difference between statistical process control (SPC) and statistical quality control (SQC)? 3. What are the underlying assumptions of minimum-cost scheduling? Are they equally realistic? 4. What is the difference between the concepts of design qu

Rural Urgent Care Centers Business Plan

Background and Financial Data for Investment in the Rural Urgent Care Center Background Urgent care is the delivery of ambulatory care in a facility dedicated to the delivery of unscheduled, walk-in care outside of a hospital emergency department. Development of the Rural Urgent Care (RUC) facility will facilitate access

How to improve public speaking

what is one area that you feel is a professional strength for you and one area that you continue to need to work on? (Planning and organizing is strength and the area I need work on is speaking at meeting) How do you plan to work on this area to improve it?

Projections for startups and ethics

As a health care administrator, you will undoubtedly be faced with the responsibility of making decisions that may be impacted by ethics. Sometimes, the best approach to a given situation is clear, whereas others require you to carefully consider laws, regulations, and the impact of potential outcomes. How do you ensure you will

Leadership styles and traits

Requirements Written Report 1. The report must use your own language and should specify the reference(s) from which the information is taken. If you cut and paste a sentence you must use quotation marks and write the author, year, and page number in brackets in the text after the quotation. 2. The report must: • have

Project Management Correspondence

Read the following scenario and answer the corresponding questions upon your completion. You recently earned your Project Management Professional (PMP) certification, and you are excited to share the news with your manager. After a short discussion, the manager looks at you and says, "Shawn, let's not waste any time. I have a b

Capital budgeting calculations

Healthcare Financial Management and Economics — Capital Budgeting There are many options to buy capital, including cash purchases, loans, leasing, and other forms of payment. Your goal as a healthcare manager is to determine which method is best for your organization, given its financial and organizational structure (i.e

Manager's choice for shareholders

Can someone please provide some assistance with a question. Its for an MBA course..... We can imagine the financial manager doing several things on behalf of the firm's stockholders. For example the manager might: a. Make shareholders as wealthy as possible by investing in real assets. b. Modify the firm's investment plan to he

Article analysis for setting up of operations in foreign countries

As you recall, we are working on a course project. The final deliverable of the course project is a detailed memo that you will prepare, outlining the opportunities and constraints of establishing operations in another country from a legal perspective. There are three parts to the project. This is Phase 3 of the assignment.

An Analysis of Dish

Why is it best for large organizations like Dish to use both PEST and Porter's 5 Forces analysis in helping its leaders to understand their particular external environment? Make sure you demonstrate understanding of both analytical processes in your discussion and give clear, Dish-related examples to support your arguments.

Binary variables and logistic regression

Can someone please provide some assistance with a question. It's for an MBA course. The question was: How can binary variables be used to model logistical conditions. Provide examples. Can someone please provide some assistance with how to restate (restating) the information below. Logistic regression is used to model the b

Strategic management concepts and cases

Hello, could you please answer the following 3 questions using the reference below and at least 1 other for each question? If possible, I would need these in the next 2.5 hours. and they are only 150 words each. I really appreciate your help. I will pay 10 credits. David, F. R. (2011). Strategic management: Concepts and case

Customer Perspective: BSC

Hello, need some help in getting started on a discussion topic. Please see below: "Can you think of any organizations that do not have relevant "customers" to take into consideration? If there are such organizations, how are they different from other organizations where all parts of the Balanced Score Card (BSC) operate equa

Functions of management

Each response should be at least 200 words in length. All sources used, including the textbook, must be referenced; paraphrased and quoted material must have accompanying citations. Question 1 Identify the five basic functions of management, and describe each function. Briefly describe how such functions are used in the cont

Health Care Organization: working capital management

Working capital, or actual cash available for spending, is the key to a successful organization. In a health care organization, it is important to determine how much cash is available to run the day-to-day operations. you analyze the working capital of a health care organization of your choice. Analyze the working capital of

Service Operations & Systems

In 200 words each, can someone explain each of these? 1. Provide and explain an example that supports this statement: "Service operations strategy is the final strategic frontier." 2. Discuss the challenge in managing complexity and variability in support processes associated with service systems design.

International Legal Operations 1 Functions

Describe the role and function of the International Labour Organization (ILO) Administrative Tribunal. Use the CSU Online Library and other sources to research articles concerning this organization. What makes this organization so important to employees and their organizations? This paper should be two to three pages in length

Pacific Imaging Center

Healthcare Financial Management and Economics — Pacific Imaging Center Break-Even Point Formulas Before making hiring or purchasing decisions, healthcare organizations must consider whether the decision is financially profitable. By calculating break-even points, organizations are able to examine actual costs and make

Revenue management using Littlewood's rule

This posting contains two example problems on Revenue management using Littlewood's rule. 1. A trucking firm has current daily capacity of 200,000 cubic feet. A large manufacturer is willing to purchase the entire capacity at $0.10 per cubic foot per day. The manager of this trucking firm has observed that on the spot market, t