Please help with the following assignment: You know that in implementing any major organizational change initiative, there will be resistance to it. The talk turns to the use of power, conflict, and coalitions. You decide to help the group by doing some research on these concepts to understand how they play out in moving the
Organizations are constant and operate as machines. Please describe these concepts and their role in how one manages as you; 1) analyze differing values in organizations, 2) interpret how values affect how one manages and performs, 3) analyze the role of people in an organization, 4) analyze how people influence management.
See attached case study. Question 4: Discuss the relation between what happened at Arthur Andersen and multitask principal-agent theory. Question 5: Discuss the relation between the 'hard' and 'soft' elements of a firm's corporate culture in the context of this case. These questions are the only questions I'm having
See attached case file. Your supervisor has asked you to lead the project for adding employees for the new plant. It is a new production facility, with a new product line and manufacturing process, UPI has designed. You anticipate that some existing employees will be interested in transferring to the new plant and you will b
Effective managerial culture, including ethical and legal issues for job candidates, current employees, management and the community.
Can you help me get started on this assignment? Scenario One You are the director of production at a multinational company. Your position is located in Tokyo, Japan. Recently, this division has been experiencing problems. You determine the first order of business is to identify a team leader who will lead the assigned work
Why should corporate culture and the potential of ethical and legal issues be of concern to a job candidate? Current employees? Managers? The community? Will different aspects of the corporate culture and potential ethical and legal issues be of more importance to the various stakeholders? Provide examples to defend your t
I need some help in gathering some ideas to write a 2-3 page paper dealing with the Strategic Implementation of the auto industry (see attachment SLP05) assignment instructions. Additionally, see the (background material) section of the above mentioned attachment for references needed. If you are not sure of the assignment requ
In what ways may a corporation's structure and culture be internal strengths or weaknesses? Look at your organization, and analyze its structural and cultural strengths and weaknesses. How can the weaknesses be improved?
1. How did the corporate culture of Enron contribute to its bankruptcy? 2. Did Enron's bankers, auditors, and attorneys contribute to Enron's demise? If so, what was their contribution? 3. What role did the CFO play in creating the problems that led to Enron's financial problems?
You are currently working as a management consultant. You and your partner have been asked to analyze the corporate culture and organization of USA Today. You have decided to use the Step-by-Step Analysis to aid you in your work. You have decided to analyze the topics listed below to start the project: The Management of Abil
Information about a firm's internal structures, culture, people, and systems is often hard to find and takes some detective work. Often, mainstream business press like Business Week or Forbes will run a piece on a company and cover these characteristics. Sometimes you will find information in trade or industry publications. B
Consider what product or service Classic Airlines is marketing, the marketing challenges it faces, and its current corporate culture.
What are some of the marketing challenges that classic airlines face? What product or service are airlines marketing and what is the current corporate culture? Please explain some of the marketing concepts found in these readings, and how they can be related to the context of the scenario. Include citations and references wh
Describe how corporate culture plays a role in the organization's approach to customer relations and social responsibility. Include: a. What is corporate culture, and why is it important for companies to assess its impact on their current functioning? b. Why is it important for the organization changing to a new paradigm
Examine the culture of an organization of the FBI and identify key characteristics.
Interview a Multinational Manager. Prepare a 800 word paper in response to the questions below: ➣ What circumstances led to your assuming a position with international responsibilities? ➣ What are the major challenges in the international part of your job? ➣ How would you describe the international st
Can you tell me how how has DSM integrated its staffing function with employee training and development. If you can, please give me some suggestion about DSM do to further enhance the alignment between its staffing function and the other areas of HR.
Please answer the following questions briefly 1. From the beginning of his tenure, Michael Eisner has played a significant role in Disney's management. Discuss steps Disney should take to ensure success in the future. 2. Disney now has four lines of business. How successful do you think Disney will be in the future with i
How does organizational culture develop within the organization?
Need help preparing a comprehensive staffing strategy for a newly acquired company.
1. Which PR communication tool do you feel is the most effective? 2. How should an organization go about creating a positive public image? 3. What are some positive and negative aspects of including the PR function within other departments of an organization? 4. Why is it important to keep internal public informed? How
Your team has been asked by Brenda Wagner to review Kudler Fine Foods' employee files and other documents to assess its readiness for change. Write a 1,750-2,100-word paper in which you answer the following questions: a. What is the apparent culture at Kudler Fine Foods? b. How would you describe the organizational structu
What are the differences and similarities between these two companies (Microsoft, and Lockheed and Martin), in reference to Human Resource style, union/non-union, employee run?
Iam writing a research paper on the successful and/or unsuccessful application of organizational behavior concepts at Southwest Airlines. From the list below, I need to select and research three to five organizational behavior main concepts that, uniquely practiced, make Southwest either successful, unsuccessful, or a combinatio
Scenario: You are a project manager in the corporate headquarters finance department for a global investment management firm, LRH Financial. The finance department consists of three different teams, one in headquarters (Chicago) and two regional offices (Little Rock, Arkansas and Boulder, Colorado). Each regional office used to
What are the basic assumption underling power and politics to organizational culture, in a workplace or what you believe them to be?
Your firm is going through a restructuring phase. As a part of the restructuring, several new people are expected to be hired, several may be reassigned to new roles and sent to training programs for the new role, some business operations are expected to move overseas, and a few selected employees will be sent overseas to train
Using change management strategies to minimize negative reactions and maintain productivity, an organizational design and workplace logistics needs to be developed for a Plastic manufacturing company in the country of Colombia. Incorporate the following: a) An organizational structure that will accommodate the expansion.
What HR issues would arise if GE & Westinghouse merge. Also, what contingency strategies would be use to managing resistance to this change.