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Doing Business in Japan

Can you provide me some interesting facts and information about culture that would affect doing business in Japan?

Empowered Employees

Describe the concept of empowered employees. Would these employees be able to assist safety in maintaining a safe workplace? Describe why or why not.

Companies' Electronic Training

Discuss how companies like Mr. Lube, Aeronett Technologies, Marriott, and Durcell use electronic training within their organizations, using the attached JPG files for further information on each of these companies. See the attachments.

Formal and Informal Groups

What are the differences between formal and informal groups? Why should managers pay attention to informal groups?

Case Study: The Overpaid Banktellers

1. If you were on the bank's HR Committee, what would you do regarding raises for the tellers? 2. How much faith should the HR Committee place in the accuracy of the wage survey? 3. Critique the bank's policy of giving merit raises which range from 0 to 12 percent, depending on job performance. 4. Critique the bank's policy o

Case Study: Selecting Patient Escorts

1. Critique each of the alternative approaches suggested for solving the problem of selecting patient escorts. 2. Recommend a procedure for recruiting and hiring patient escorts. 3. Besides improving its selection procedures, what other actions could the hospital potentially take to improve the behavior of the patient escorts?

Projact Manager - Procurement Management

Project procurement management is a knowledge area that involves selecting sellers (vendors), negotiating their terms, and managing the ongoing relationships with them. Sometimes those activities are conducted by the project manager; other times they are completed by a purchasing department or higher-level manager. Write 750-

Sales Force Management

1. A petroleum firm with a sales force of 300 people planned to sell its fleet of company-owned automobiles and have the salespeople use their own cars instead. What problems are involved in this change? What actions should the petroleum firm take to address them? 200 word 2. As a sales manager for HighRising Company, Rocky F

Health Care Case Study: Expanding Outpatient Surgery Services

Case Study: Although there has been a strong demand for outpatient surgery services during the past year, the ambulatory director has not increased the volume of patients scheduled for services. After receiving complaints from physicians that it takes too long to schedule patients for surgery, the hospital administrator has dec

Two-Way Tables

I need help answering the following questions? Suppose I need to prepare two-way tables of percentages for the following pair of variables. How would you run the percentages? A Age and consumption of breakfast cereal B Family income and confidence about family future C Martial Status and sports participation D Crime Rat

Therapy Session Analysis: person centered therapy

Dr. Roger and Gloria Person Centered Therapy According to the video, please answer the following questions: 1. What are your personal reactions to what Gloria is saying? how does it affect you? what are you feeling as you listen to her? 2. What do you mainly hear Gloria sayi

Recruitment, Selection, and Placement

Please help with the given question: Vincent and Peter are sales associates and are up for promotion to sales manager. In the last five years, on a 1 = poor to 5 = excellent scale, Vincent's average performance rating was 4.7 and Peter's was 4.2. In an assessment center that was meant to stimulate the job of sales manager, on

Video Games as Training Tools

Please read the following article by Business Week's "On the Job Video Gaming" (retrieved from and then answer the questions at the end: Laura Holshouser's favorite video games include Halo, Tetris, and an online training game developed by her employer. A

Explain Expected Value Decisions

What can harm a person in professional settings by being a risk taker? What is an example of expected-value decision rule in a workplace?

Group Behavior in Organizations

1. More than ever, groups and teams are responsible for executing tasks in the workplace. Take a position on the following statement: All organizations should use the group structure as the basic building block for designing and organizing jobs. Provide examples to support your answer. 2. Identify a generic organization (e.g.

AES Corporation: Arguing for the Status Quo:convincing other members of the Board of Directors that changes should not be made and the founders should be left in place. It also describes key policies and procedures that have allowed AES to be successful, and the key strengths, weaknesses and threats AES has faced in past.

Using the article AES Corporation: Rewriting the Rules of Management by Robert M. Grant: The position you argue for will need to be written from the perspective of you as a director on the Board of Directors trying to convince the other directors that your position should prevail. 1) Status quo â?" You should argue for th

Arguments for and Against Getting an MBA

Imagine you are raising and countering objections regarding the decision to get an MBA. Support your point of view as part of countering objections with research. Examples include department of labor statistics, fairly current articles on the impact of education, especially graduate education on earnings. You can also cite a

Training Consultant

Good old Fred Knott, the training consultant, has asked for your help again with his client BINZ, Inc. Help Fred design a training strategy for the employees as well as a way to measure or evaluate the success of such strategy.

Budgeting processes and techniques

A company builds custom yachts for the high-end boating market. They develop and build these custom designs as a single individualized unit. The orders are generated by the marketing and sales department with help from the owners, who participate in the management of the company. Each new order is assigned to a project team whic