What are some leadership methods that may distinguish between and identify productive from unproductive workers? What leadership methods may organizations use to help maintain productive employees? How may leaders help increase productivity in less productive workers? How does a leader contend with an employee that one cannot fi
What is complex knowledge and what are some topics surrounding it?
If you were charged with developing a career development plan for an organization, what courses would you design and offer to employees that could increase skill level and possibly open up other opportunities for them within the organization?
What are the different types of methods that can be used in order to perform an effective PRA within healthcare organizations? Which modern PRA would be the best technique to complete the analysis in healthcare organizations? Explain.
Please help me with the following questions, as I am having hard time in incorporating all together. Please write 4 complete sentences about each of the 10 following topics: Environmental History The Carbon Cycle Global Warming The Atmosphere Endangered Species Ecosystems��"Succession and Biodiversity Human Populati
Please critique the following article: Child, J., Pitkethly, R., & Faulkner, D. (1999). Changes in Management Practice and the Post‐Acquisition Performance Achieved by Direct Investors in the UK. British Journal of Management, 10(3), 185-198. Identify methodology, gap and key findings.
Filings By Est. Market Value—The number of foreclosures that have received either a Notice of Default or Notice of Sale, shown in columns arranged by the estimated market value of the property in foreclosure. Foreclosure Outcomes—After the filing of a Notice of Trustee Sale, there are only three possible outcomes. Fir
A woman with a history of syphilis birthed a child and it was decided that the hospital would treat the baby from congenital syphilis. The prescription was wriiten for one dose of "Benzathine Pen (penicillin G150, 000U IM". However, the staff attending the mother were unfamiliar with this brand of treatment and therefore did
1. Consider the relationships between organizational citizenship behaviors (OCB) and counterproductive behaviors. Give an example of a situation you have observed where one of the OCB factors contributed to a counterproductive behavior. 2. Discuss some ways that managers can misbehave.
When a change process comes to an end, what steps should be taken moving forward? Is there any documentation or tracking of the change process to look back upon? Explain your answer.
An operations manager needs to be efficient. What means are used to improve efficiency?
See the attached file. 1. Training is not always the answers to a performance gap. Identify and explain four other possible causes of a performance gap (20) 2. When analyzing training needs at the organizational level there are a number of different types of review. Identify and explain TWO (20) 3. What questions might
Natural and human made disasters such as hurricanes and workplace violence can disrupt business operations. Is having a plan to have business continuity enough? Or is it also important to practice the scenarios and go through the plan before disaster happens?
What are the four "Variables That Affect Statistics" (fire statistics) from country to country? Discuss and explain these statistics. Juvenile fire setters are a major problem in our society. Studies have indicated a high percentage of fires are set by juveniles. What can communities do to help address this issue? Please prov
Project managers seldom have organizational authority to directly control the cross-functional team members they lead; instead, they rely on their attitude and expertise to guide team members. What methods may a project manager use to communicate member roles and responsibilities? How will a project manager know if these methods
A company develops an emergency response plan to be used in the event to natural disasters such as floods, hurricanes, and earthquakes and human disasters such as explosions, brownouts or workplace violence. What is the value of such a plan? How might the Human Resource Manager/professional communicate this value, and "roll o
What are the advantages and disadvantages of short cycle time development? Do these mitigate the decision to outsource? Please see the following article for reference: Baskerville, R., & Pries-Heje, J. (2004). Short cycle time systems development. Information Systems Journal, 14(3). Retrieved from Business Source Premier
How is process selection related to product design and capacity determination?
Please help with the following problem involving business management. Provide at least 100 words in the solution. Explain the terms 'Common causes' and 'Special causes'? This entry defines common cause variation and how it affects the natural development of projects. It also discusses what special causes are and explains
Please help with the following problem. What are the triple constraints in a Traditional Project Management Framework? What are the triple constraints in a Theory of Constraints Framework? Describe the relationship between the two sets of constraints, if any. When managing a project, ideally, each resource is focused on one
Please help with the following: How is process selection related to product design and capacity determination? Below is a description of the product in question: Monique Food Processing Company produces light snacks that can be heated in a microwave. The following steps are included in the process: Steps Description
Propose three ways that a mentor and a new employee orientation can assist employees with their career development. Evaluate the following criteria, in order of importance to you, in regard to the workplace: material wealth, success, career satisfaction, and work-life. Determine whether or not you believe there is a way to ba
1. Analyze and describe the issues faced by Malescowski and the company and the reasons for these issues. 2. Describe a strategy for changing things that would help resolve the situation at hand. 3. Describe a strategy for changing people that would help resolve the situation at hand. 4. Put yourself in Malescowski's place an
Please help to describe a scenario where program evaluation could be used effectively within an organization. I chose the lack of safety procedures set in place, which includes: - Very little training and lack of involvement with OSHA - No safety equipment provided by employers, such as back supports - Substandard equipment
Could you please provide guidance on how I might add information on special needs children to my business plan and how I will accept them into my daycare facility? Also, how might I create a curriculum for toddlers in an all-day daycare program?
Discuss your experiences with changes taking place in a workplace. Did your employer take steps to manage that change? Was the change implemented without any major challenges or resistance? If everything did not go as well as possible, what should have occurred that didn't? Or, what occurred that shouldn't have?
1. How will a leader balance the need for control against the unintended consequences controls create? 2. Which one from the 10 commandments of innovation do you believe to be most important to a organization? Why? Which of these do you believe your organization is already performing well? Why?
HRM 538 "Performance Management" Week 8 Discussion 1: "Rankings" 1. Compare and contrast forced, absolute, and relative rankings. Determine one pro and con for each. 2. Evaluate the pros and cons of a force ranking. Determine whether you are for or against a force ranking system. Week 8 Discussion 2: "Forced Ranking System
A world of interconnections, fast pacing, constant change and systemic impatience. Given that frame, what are some of big issues facing CEOs and organizations. Which ones do you think are the most problematic in terms of impacting strategy?
What are the four different categories of consumer products? How could you promote each category and motivate consumer interests?