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 thought
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 role do ethics play in the corporate culture?
Using the Electronic Reserve Readings (ERR) for ACC/363, the Internet, or other resources prepare a 350-700-word article analysis in which you identify situations that might lead to unethical practices and behaviour in accounting. Then, examine the impact of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act on financial statements. Finally, based upon you
Please help me craft this presentation with notes! SCENARIO: You are the newly hired Human Resources Manager for Thompson-Pritchett, Inc., a customer service and sales organization that has been in operation for two years. You were hired to develop a fully functioning Human Resources department which will provide enhanced
In what ways can a corporation's structure and culture be internal strengths or weaknesses? Cite relevant examples from your professional experience.
Using the Internet, Library, and/or personal experience, select an organization that is fairly well known to most people.
Using the Internet, Library, and/or personal experience, select an organization that is fairly well known to most people. Based on information obtained at the organization's web site, anecdotal information, and personal experience, you are to: 1. Describe the artifacts you find or recall that define the culture. 2. Indic
How do you handle inconsistency with elements of an organization's culture.
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
Consider the Renault Nissan Partnership. After review of all the documents you can find on the web and in libraries, write a 2 to 3 page response to the following questions: 1. What is the most important problem facing the Renault Nissan Partnership, Inc.? 2. What recommendation(s) would you make to Renault Nissan Partne
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
How do values and the underlying organizational culture of an organization frame its response in the execution of strategic plans? Can an organization have an effective strategy and be operationally ineffective?
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
Does your corporate culture have a consistent psychology when using persuasive messages?
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.
Prepare a presentation for the first session of the management training track at WJI. In this session you will introduce corporate values, describe the company culture, explain its organizational structure, and develop a way to evaluate the skill level of the group being trained. You should also provide information about organiz
Examine and discuss the corporate culture of Target Corporation. Evaluate its effectiveness in promoting strategy execution.
You work in the Human Resources department of your organization. You have been charged with recruiting a manager for a department within the Services division. The Vice-President of the Services division stresses to you that "This department hasn't had a good manager in years. I need someone who can take charge, organize things,
1. Utilizing Office Depot's website in your own words explain Office Depot's HR policy, tactics, rewards, and employment practices. How a company's HR policy is instrumental in achieving and implementing their strategic plan? Please cite all your sources accordingly. 2. What is corporate culture? How CEOs develop and chang
P.1 Your team has been asked by Wordplay Greeting Cards to lay the groundwork for changing their culture and moving to one that fosters creativity and innovation. Specifically, Wordplay has asked your team to outline the important characteristics of a creative environment, and how it might impact their day to day operations.
Enron had a corporate culture that made most employees afraid to express their opinion or to question its unethical and potentially illegal business practices. Its culture also rewarded initiative and results. Are these two aspects of a corporate culture contradictory?
1.) What are some of the variables considered by Business Ethics in coming up with its list of 100 Best Corporate Citizens? 2.) Do you agree with these variables? What, if anything, should be added or deleted and why? Justify your answers by answering the following in your response: A.) "How" you arrived at y
Analyze various approaches to training and evaluation of today's employee.
PROBLEM: complete scenario below problem You have been working for CF&F for the past 5 months as the Human Resource Manager. Your company has recently had a large turnover of upper management and has hired a number of new middle management persons from other companies. It has also integrated a few engineers freshly out of coll