As a group, you plan to volunteer your time at the American Red Cross and intend to do some cleaning and help volunteers who have donated blood. Questions: An analysis of the sustainability of the impact of voluntarily work at the American Red Cross - Will your impact outlive your activity? How long will the impact survive? Ho
Discuss the employee evaluation process as it exists within your organization or one that you are familiar with. Is there ample opportunity for the employee to provide feedback? Are the expectations of the employee made clear on day one of his/her employment? Discuss the changes that you would make in this process and how these
1. Identify the problem with the following questionnaire items: a. Which is the most serious social problem in the U.S. today, anomie or oversocialization? b. Do you think there is a good market for the product and that it will sell well? Answer: This is a double barreled question and such questions should be avoided.
In 1-2 pages, examine the costs of turnover within a health services organization such as a hospital or a skilled nursing facility. Be sure to examine financial costs as well as costs to quality, morale, etc. How can a manager reduce these costs?
Please discuss the tools of control (e.g. Gantt Chart, flowchart, etc.) and evaluate the tools' strengths and weaknesses as it applies to their application within the health services organization. Is there one that stands out over the others? Is there one that is dependent on the situation?
There are times when policies and procedures are rolled from the top down without input from the lower level employees. Assuming that the policy or procedure ultimately is too restrictive to be successful, what options do lower level employees have to voice their concerns or disagreement without appearing to be non-compliant, or
Data Collection and Audience of Online Reports: method of collection, measurement, importance. Also, how tone, word choice, and article organization affect message.
After checking out the sidebar about the Pew Internet and American Life Project at http://www.pewinternet.org Go to the Web site and browse through the reports. Select a report and briefly summarize it in a short paragraph. In an another paragraph please answer these questions: Who is the report's audience? What is
Select an article related to "Costco in India" (saying you think is a great idea) which you think presents the author's perspective persuasively while also showing opposing views clearly and fairly, and, in two paragraphs, explain why you think the author demonstrates good critical thinking. In the first paragraph, summarize
Scenario: Consumer Products Inc. (CPI) is a U.S. regional consumer products company located in Phoenix, Arizona. The company manufactures and distributes a small line of consumer products to retailers in major western cities including Los Angeles, San Francisco, Seattle, Portland, and Phoenix. The company has an excellent rep
The Director of Nursing at Smalltown General Hospital claims that several nurses are experiencing job burnout. Describe the three components of job burnout that should be evident from these nurses. Your description of each component should include an example related to nursing. Also, briefly identify two possible characteristics
See the attached file. If you search online, you may find descriptions of the personality types of workers described in terms of 'squirrels' (often in management) and 'beavers' (typically subordinates). Answer the following. What are three things the squirrel type employee is known for? What do squirrels feel is valuabl
Your manager, Mr. Myers, has just received an e-mail from the board of directors informing him that he has the responsibility of creating your next assignment for the promotion. Because Mr. Myers is behind on his work around the office, he gives you the assignment of preparing a memo for the next staff meeting. He explains to yo
All questions response MUST include your SPECIFIC reference in APA format for each question. Please do not just post the text citation but tell me the page and paragraph or other source. All questions must have a reference or citation and please provide page and paragraph or other source 1. A public relations is used to crea
You have just been hired as a consultant to a small restaurant chain. You realize that to be successful you must focus all your time on the following 4 key areas: Sales. Operations. People Development.
Your manager has just told you that your last assignment was a hit with the board of directors, and the board is almost convinced that you will be promoted. He also explains that the board has sent him the next assignment for you to complete and pass. With that in mind, he explains that you must prepare a presentation for the bo
Tie the following core values together cohesively: responsible stewardship, integrity, and excellence to stockholders of a corporation's responsibilities and objectives.
In at least 250 words, compare reliability and validity.
Can you help me explain how the SCM approach could be used to evaluate a specific type of training in your organization or one with which you are familiar. I need to Include details about each of the five essential steps of the methodology. Thanks for your help.
Can you describe any instances you have experienced or researched with "measurement dysfunction?" How could this dysfunction have been avoided or corrected? Can you cite your sources using APA format and I only need a 200-300 thought. Thanks.
Organizing a territory is important because it helps determine how to work smarter, not harder. For example, with the price of gas, it may not be smart to go from one side of a territory to another in one day, but instead to concentrate on various parts of the territory over the course of a week. Create a plan that maximizes
Question: Health insurance is a concept developed in the United States and now appearing in many other nations of the world. Its history and development is an interesting story. Briefly trace the history of health insurance in America, from the beginnings with Blue Cross up to the Managed Care era.
The case study is attached in full, but here is the summary and questions: Summary: Special groups are portrayed here as sharing two common characteristics: They all have jobs with high potential for conflict, and resolution of this conflict is central to the goals of the organization. Probably because of these characterist
I am trying to figure out these sample questions, but am having some difficulties. I looked for the steps in Wikipedia and they did not seem clear to me. I would like to understand how to get the solution for these problems below. Thanks. 1. Below are listed the steps in the process of testing a hypothesis in a quantitative
Question: How do we as healthcare managers stay abreast of changes that will impact the health service organization? Explain your answer.
Question: Healthcare is constantly changing. How do we as healthcare managers lead this change?
Question: How do we keep the team focused on productivity and also, how do we ensure that all team members have a voice in the decision making process? Should everyone have an equal say? Why or why not?
In an increasing technological environment, there will be an increase in the number of employees who telecommute to work. Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of telecommuting from a healthcare perspective.
Discuss the impact that goals have had on your organization. Were they effective? Were they communicated to you directly? If so by whom, if not, why not? What changes would you recommend to senior management in terms of goals and their impact on the operations of the organization?
Discuss in detail 'Task Analysis' and 'Performance Analysis' in relation to the training and development processes followed by most organizations.
Compare and contrast Oregon state laws related to Medicaid.