Write a one page summary of how the knowledge and the skills of small business can aid in your career choice. Include the pros and cons of small businesses and the skills that are needed to succeed as a small business.
Develop an IFE Matrix for McDonalds. Summarize your observations, including strategic implications as a result of the IFE and Financial Ratio analysis.
A process has Cp = 1.5 and Cpk = 0.95. Explain what this tells you about the process
Can you comment on below discussion: "For example, weakness among employees to fully understand and contribute to a process due to lack of education or training can become a constraint in terms of completing the process successfully. " A:You struck a chord with me on above, in the lack of education or training component. Whil
- List and explain your "3 Golden Rules" regarding email in a professional context. - What specific components would you caution your subordinates to avoid in their own email communication? - How would your answers for Items 1 & 2 differ if the context was graduate school or personal context? Explain your position.
Once considered a commodity product, many small boutique coffee companies are luring customers with promises of high quality and unique flavors. How do the processes used by the small companies compare with those of the major coffee processors? Coffee producers purchase green coffee beans, which have been processed through sever
In your words,Think about how your personal and work life is different due to networks. In 4-5 paragraphs, answer the following: What role has networking played in our personal and professional life? Why are network standards important? Explain how network standards define your network. Create a homogeneous environment th
This is a general directive paper which addresses the following questions: I. How would you go about defining the identity of Able Corporation and creating its mission statement? II. What principle would you use in order to prioritize the implementation steps needed to accomplish the strategic objectives? III. What post i
You are on the admissions board of a university, in charge of creating a screening process that will predict academic success (university grade point average (GPA)) for newly entering freshman. At your disposal is a variety of data from hundreds of current university students including: - High School GPA - SAT score (from h
I am in the import of coffee beans, tea and cocoa from around the world mainly developing countries. I need help to write a proposal to promote my food-import business to prospective client and may be also to get funding?Please write a one page(max 450 words) proposal letter thÃ??Ã?¡t should talk abit about my business and
Tips for Trainers: Comparing Methods Conduct a search of the Internet to identify tips for trainers in dealing with difficult trainees. Compare the types you find with the types identified in the text. If different, compare those you found with those in the text and offer an explanation as to why you think they were not included. If types are similar, compare how the text and Internet site suggest handling these types, noting any differences and explaining which method you prefer.
Conduct a search of the Internet to identify tips for trainers in dealing with difficult trainees. Compare the types you find with the types identified in the text. If different, compare those you found with those in the text and offer an explanation as to why you think they were not included. If types are similar, compare how t
A comparative analysis of COSO I and II Vs. Basel I and II. How does Enterprise Risk Management relate to Basel Capital Accord?
For the session long project, we will analyze the different OM perspective of an organization. FedEx is the company in which I need to work with. For SLP 1, identify the following by writing a paper (with paragraphs, including an introductory, body, and concluding section): 1) The organization's name and main line of b
Now that you have given your team and management an overview of the reorganization and accompanying change impacts, you need to prepare your team to help manage the change. Using the Library, other materials, and credible Internet sources, find three models of change and discuss their advantages and disadvantages in relation to
How does below theory apply to your current or most recent employer? "Weaknesses are defined as constraints because they block the ability of the organization to achieve certain goals and objectives. In other words, if weaknesses or weak links exists within a process or task, that weakness becomes a constraint in terms of pro
Simultaneous equations are a set of equations containing multiple variables. What are two examples of how simultaneous equations are used in business? What are some of the different ways you can satisfy these equations?
Compare either a study of learning technologies validity or learning styles and technology obtained from either the web or professional journals published in 2007 or later. Technology in Learning Technology in learning is a broad topic. Really the topic can be a class in itself instead of one week. How does technology impact
What is your reaction to change in your personal history? What personal tools do you implement to help yourself navigate change?
Oakwood Outpatient Clinic is analyzing its operation in an effort to improve performance. The clinic estimates that a patient spends on average 3.5 hours at the facility. The amount of time the patient is in contact with staff (i.e., physicians, nurses, office staff, lab technicians) is estimated at 40 minutes. On average the fa
What are standardized work instructions? Comment on some of the characteristics that effective standardized work instructions have and the benefits that organizations can enjoy by implementing them after close of a project. Provide an example.
In order to organize and plan a project effectively, project managers use a work breakdown structure (WBS). It also helps control project costs and ensures accurate monitoring. How do you see the WBS and budgeting/monitoring complimenting each other?
If you work for a publicly traded company, download the company's annual report. If you don't work for a publicly traded company, download the annual report of one of your favorite products (e.g. Apple or Dell). Search through the report and look for the section regarding "Managing risk" (it may be under a different name, but it
Assume you are new to your job and on the first day you have a conversation with your boss, who says, "Satisfied workers are productive workers." Do you agree with her statement? Why? Why not?
Compare and contrast the AS/NZS 4360 and the M_o_R approaches to risk management.
When deciding which students to admit, colleges consider many factors about each student. After all, colleges are interested in building a student body that is academically curious, but also diverse and actively engaged in a range of productive, creative activities. Write a personal statement to be read by a college admission
1. Are long term incentives important to recruit and retain an effective workforce? Why or why not? 2. Why or why not should executives receive the amounts of pay they currently receive? Is it excessive or necessary to recruit the necessary talent to run major organizations?
It has often been noted by scholars that the fifty states are policy laboratories that craft and implement public policies that are very specific and relevant to their state populations. In many cases, these experiments sometimes rise to the level of becoming a national policy because Congress will use them as model legislation.
Do you believe that Washington has taken the lead in policy creation and implementation? Do you think that states are, in practice, beholden to Washington because of the funding that they depend upon from the central government? Or, on the contrary, do you think that the states maintain a great deal of power and autonomy in our
There is a puzzle in regard to risk. What is management's responsibility regarding risk? At what level(s) does each aspect of risk management lie? How does this changing risk change the relationship of sub-contractors? How might they add or subtract from risk?
How might new environmental risk requirements impact business in the future? When reviewing risk, does one need to consider even remote risk if there is a potential high cost or negative ramification?