1) Describe and discuss the cultural factors that have the most influence on consumers purchasing your product/service? (Red Bull) 2) Describe and discuss the social factors that have the most influence on consumers purchasing your product/service? (Red Bull) Creditable references required.
Perform a job analysis on a call center representative. Based on the results from the job analysis, outline the company might assess someone for entrance into the organization for that job (based on the Essential Function Importance Level, EFIL) in order to assure that the company hire the best person for the job. Job Analysi
Memo: business Research Paper Proposal formatted, includes includes primary date collection methods and time needed for proposal.
This memo serves as the basis for your final business research paper. A clear understanding of the difference between primary research and secondary research is of particular importance. 1. Pay particular attention to the primary data and secondary data. The final business research report must have a significant primary res
Evaluating training programs that are implemented within organizations is needed. Why is it important to evaluate the effectiveness of training programs, and why is there resistance to evaluating training programs within many organizations. How does your organization evaluate training and do you believe it is effective?
A female employee complained to her employer's personnel department that her male supervisor was sexually harassing her. When she was told that the matter would be fully investigated, she expressed reluctance to continue working in her job while the investigation occurred. Accordingly, she was temporarily transferred to another
How do Common Body of Knowledge areas interact with the major activies of HR at Sara Lee?
Define coaching and explain its relationship with the term mentoring. Course Textbook Blanchard, P. N., & Thacker, J. W. (2010). Effective training: Systems, strategies, and practices (Custom ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall
Characteristics of various popular managed care models compared with traditional indemnity insurance plans
Outline the characteristics of various popular managed care models (i.e., HMO staff model, HMO group model, IPA, PPO, EPO, etc.) and compare with traditional indemnity insurance plans. Identify all the differences you can think of.
Discuss the origins of managed care systems in the U.S. Where did they come from? Where are they now? Please include historical, social, and legal considerations. References needed.
Can you provide some guidance on drawing up a Research Proposal. I am considering a topic related to elderly care, whether in nursing homes or assisted living. Your guidance should touch on what I need to include as part of the following components: 1. Introduction 2. Problem Statement 3. Rationale for Research 4. Statement
In 900 words, explain the pitfalls of moving average forecasting. Address the following in the report: - Explain the chosen forecast method in detail. - Explain the pitfalls of the selected forecast method. - Determine the consequences of using an inaccurate forecast. - Explain why forecasts are always wrong and how the
The prospect of searching for a job can be very intimidating. What techniques have you used in the past when you were job hunting? Which ones were most effective? Least effective? What do you attribute their effectiveness (or lack of effectiveness) to?
The new chief executive officer (CEO) of your company is a strong believer in the four functions of management theory. In preparation for a management meeting, he has asked you to write a report that he can use to explain the theory to his management team. In the report, he would like to see some specific examples of firms that
Saunders company has recently become aware of the large total discounts on its orders and would like to know the impact on profit. The company computed its operating profit as follows: Net sales after discounts $200,000 Variable costs $ 80,000 Contribution margi
What steps would you need to take in order to appear successfully prepared for a phone interview? (Explain in detail)
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1. Research work breakdown structures and compare one created with MS Project and one created without software. Prepare to discuss. From the e-Activity, justify which work breakdown structure you prefer with supporting reasons. 2. Give an example of when a project would not need a WBS.
You are managing someone who was your boss, yet was demoted for under performing. You are now their boss. What steps do you take to gain the respect and confidence of this employee and what leadership style do you employ to allow him to still work with dignity and respect?
Review the discussion of GE's renovation capabilities at www.ge.com/research. Explain how the company has bundled its technology resources to contribute to competitive advantage in its businesses. Is there evidence the company's deployment of resources has given it a distinctive competence in the area of innovation? Why or why
Funder Mifflin Inc. is a global construction company that is getting ready to enter the social networking industry with a new social network site that they have created. In order for them to fully understand what they are getting into they wanted me to research a social networking site as an actual benchmark to compare it to th
You are a senior financial consultant for 123 Corporation. Your CEO has asked that you train incoming consultants on financial management and risks. You develop a lesson plan comparing financial risks of a popular retail clothing company and a utility company to help the trainees better understand risk management. - Discu
1. How has the print media industry historically treated public education, and how does the print media treat public education today? 2. How has the print media industry helped drive improvements and public awareness of public education? 3. Has the media perpetuated any drawbacks, controversies, or scandals surrounding public
Why is a systems development process needed? What are the benefits of following a systems development methodology? Write briefly on your experiences (or someone else's you have studied) as part of any systems implementation project. (This need not be an IS implementation.)
You are at a party and someone asks you what you do for a living. You answer is "I am a systems analyst." They follow up with the question, "What is a systems analyst, and why would anyone want to be one?" After thinking about this, what would you say?
Hello, I would appreciate your assistance with the following questions. Please provide any other references used. Thank you! 1. Based on the e-Activity (http://www.michigan.gov/budget), dissect the Michigan state budget and the other two (2) state budgets you found, and classify each as either a traditional or a progr
Data collected on the yearly registration for a seminar at GIPS are shown in the following table: Year 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Registrations (000) 4 6 4 5 10 8 7 9 12 14 15 a) Develop a 3-year moving average to forecast registration from year 4 to year 12. b) Estimate demands again for years 4 to 12 with a w
The first step in this project requires each member to research and select a relatively new company for which he or she will use as a benchmark. After researching your selected company, come up with a recommendation, for them, on which type of forecasting method they should use and why. Based on the recommendation, you must crea
Discuss the process through which training needs identified in the analysis phase are translated into the training objectives. In your answer, explain what an objective is, its relevance to training, and the various components of a training objective. Course Textbook Blanchard, P. N., & Thacker, J. W. (2010). Effective trai
Self-Awareness and Career Success: Why is understanding yourself important in your career development? How can you ensure that an employer will realize that you have a clear grasp of who you are and what you have to offer?
For the case Chemgrow, Inc. (written by William D. Perrault, Jr., of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and Kevin McNeilly of Miami University) consider the following. 1. ChemGrow is one of the largest fertilizer manufacturers in the world. What decisions would you make with regard to which is the most productiv