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    Selecting, Hiring and Training Employees/Hundert & Bell

    http://www.cengage.com/management/book_content/9781133190905_williams/videos/biz_flix/ch04.html To help forestall workplace deviance in your organization (or one for which you would like to work,) recommend how the organization should select, hire, and train employees. From the video, discuss the ethical principles influe

    Business Research and Case Studies

    How do case studies help in business research? What are the advantages and disadvantages of using case studies? Given an example of model building in your area of business specialization. How useful are these models? Are they used effectively?

    Legal discrimination

    Click on the link below to read about the discrimination suit against Hooters. What are your thoughts on this case? Who do you think was correct and why? Why do you think Hooters settled? http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,517334,00.html

    Organizational development: Southwest Airlines

    Southwest has long been the most profitable U.S. airline, even though its fares are typically 25% or more below those of its rivals—and no cost for baggage! Explain this phenomenon from what they have on their site, their mission goals, profitability statements, and leadership. Add your own personal experiences if you have flo

    Control of Intellectual Property

    How would you maintain control of your organization's intellectual property when sharing information with global partners? Write at least 200 word and at least one reference APA format

    Work Ethic Cases

    Select one of the two scenarios and elaborate on what you would do in that situation. 1. Your supplier in Latin America sends you two airline tickets as a token of appreciation for doing business with them. Your company does not allow employees to accept gifts over $50. It is customary in Latin America to give a gift for doi

    Using Word in Future Careers

    Describe how you anticipate using Word (or another word processing software) in your current or future career: To what extent do you anticipate using Word? Minimally? Frequently? What specific tasks or projects do you anticipate using Word for? What specific features do you think you will be using most often?

    Understanding Self and Opportunities

    How many doors have closed on you? How many times did you focus on that closed door instead of looking for the opportunities that opened up? Please share an example of a closed door and how you learned to overcome it. What opportunities do you see opening up for yourself now that you are in school? How do your personal strengths

    Developing a Research Proposal

    if you could continue to assist me with the following section of a research proposal? See below for more information. Exploring research 7th edition by Neil J.Salkind Topic: "State Testing and Impact on Children" Complete the following areas of the Methods section: 1. Method, Participants, Research Design, Instrument

    Organizational Environments and Culture

    Watch the video in the link provided and analyze the workplace culture to determine its impact on the ability of Congress to do its job well. Provide specific examples to support your response. From the e-Activity, determine which single component of either the external or internal environment has the most significant impact on


    Dr. Eli Goldratt states that "THE GOAL OF THE FIRM IS TO MAKE MONEY". Do you agree or disagree with this statement? Support your position with at least two examples of companies that may or may not follow this statement.

    Economically Just Societies

    1. Consider you were in a conversation with a co-worker that stated that "the rich keep getting richer, while the poor keep getting poorer". 2. Address whether or not you agree with their statement. Secondly, provide the definition of an Economically Just Society. Give examples to support your claim. 3. Name another count

    Problem Definition in Research

    State a problem in your field of interest and list some variables/topics that might be investigated to solve this problem. Provide as much detail as you can. Why is the problem definition stage probably the most important stage in the research process?

    Justifying Conduct

    How common do you think it is for people to try to justify their conduct using the argument that "Everybody's doing it"? Please provide examples.

    Human Rights Assessment

    Human Rights have four important characteristics. They are universal, human rights are equal rights, not transferable and human rights are natural rights. 1. Which one these rights is the most important and why? 2. Which one these rights causes the most controversy and why?

    The Evolution of Organizational Behaviour

    Hello, I need help developing a response to the following: After reviewing the historical evolution of organizational behavior, choose any two schools that are the most interesting and that have contributed to the knowledge of organizational behavior. Describe how these schools influenced our understanding of individual beha

    Planning and Decision Making: SMART Goals

    Develop S.M.A.R.T. goals that you see benefiting your current (or future) employer. Provide your rationale. Analyze the six steps involved in the rational decision-making process to determine which is the most difficult to execute correctly. Make at least two recommendations for addressing the difficulty you chose.

    Micro and Macro Organizational Behavior

    Please provide an abstract and an outline which summarizes the difference between Macro and Micro Organizational Behavior. Please also include any references you use to create this Solution.

    ROI for Human Resources

    Why is the R.O.I. (return on investment) associated with employee involvement initiatives and do companies benefit from it?

    The Balanced Scorecard & the Financial Perspective based on the following thesis statement: Cattaraugus County Rehabilitation Center did an effective job of implementing a balanced scorecard approach in a fashion that reflects their organizational mission and vision.

    In this module's case assignment you will be introduced to the balanced scorecard concept and will begin to consider how organizations link strategy with the balanced scorecard approach. We will look at the interrelationship of strategy and the balanced scorecard approach in more depth later on in this course. For now, however,

    Corporate Valuation and Governance

    Define each of the following terms: a. Mission statement; corporate scope; statement of corporate objectives; corporate strategies b. Operating plan; financial plan; sales forecast c. Spontaneous liabilities; profit margin; payout ratio d. Additional funds needed (AFN); AFN equation; capital intensity ratio; self supporting

    Advantages of a Socialist System

    What advantages might a socialist system have in responding to the needs of people struck by an emergency situation like the earthquake that occurred in Haiti in January, 2010?

    Vendor Certification Programs, Make vs Buy

    I need help with ideas so that I can put together a PowerPoint presentation with 12-15 slides that can be used for both internal purposes and when you meet with all of your vendors to kick off a vendor certification program. Assume the following information about a company: The company is currently assessing a make versus b

    Designing Organizational Assessments

    I am a little lost and confused and need help with this 8-10 slides (excluding title and reference slide), with speaker notes of 200-250 words per slide. In a separate Word document, explain its application in 400-650 words. Organizations must be adaptable and responsive to changes in the environment to succeed. Within the or

    Globalization of Business and Managing People

    The globalization of business has brought a wealth of styles, cultures, and languages to the workplace, as well as an increase in workplace conflicts and misunderstandings. What is your strategy for managing people who believe strategically differently from you? How would your strategy change if: (a) To win is everything; (b)

    MNC Organizational Structures

    MNC organizational structures: - Domestic structure plus export department - Domestic structure plus foreign subsidiary - Global structure - Global functional structure - Global product structure Research the Internet to cite an example of each of the structures. Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of each structur