In your opinion how should managers utilize organizational learning and knowledge to better construct work systems? What type of framework would you propose for the management of organizational learning ? Explain with real life examples. With references and citation.
Read the following case: ? Case 5: Allure Cruise Line: Challenges of strategic growth and organizational effectiveness (attached) Write a case analysis. Answer all the case questions in the text. Case Analysis and Discussion Guidelines Offer analysis and evidence to support your conclusions. Be objective in interpre
Select your current organization or an organization you are familiar with to complete the following assignment. You have been hired as an outside consultant to help an organization strengthen employee development. Write an executive summary that answers the following questions: - What is the organization's
Decision making is a pedagogical framework that enables managers to evaluate their effectiveness as an organizational leader. Decision makers (DM) are at a strategic advantage for the reason that managers are able to test alternatives, theories, and best practice solutions from various organizations in order to develop their own unique strategy of problem solving. The decision-making (DM) process consists of a manager's ability to critically assess a problem or issue and develop a strategic course of action to solve the problem. In most cases managers are plagued with making a decision that will greatly affect employees and overall business processes in which case managers must remain firm on their final decision regardless of public opinion. For instance, one of the most difficult tasks of a manager is "change implementation" for the reason that employees oftentimes resist change for fear of unknown outcomes or inability to adjust to advanced technology; nevertheless managers must enforce change and ensure a smooth transition from old processes to new processes with minimal resistance which is in most cases easier said than done.
Decision making is a pedagogical framework that enables managers to evaluate their effectiveness as an organizational leader. Decision makers (DM) are at a strategic advantage for the reason that managers are able to test alternatives, theories, and best practice solutions from various organizations in order to develop their ow
Organizational Development practitioners often use models to assist in identifying organizational problems. Discuss these three models; Force- Field Analysis Model, Cause maps and Social Network Analysis, and Difference-Integration model Give an example of a situation in which the model would be useful in diagnosing prob
Should an organization's strategies be reactive, proactive, or both? Support your answer.
How do cognitive biases affect organizational learning and the quality of decision making? What can be accomplished to reduce the negative impact?
Why do organizations grow? What types of major crisis is an organization likely to encounter as it grows?
Give me guidance on developing an analytical paper based on articles and/or readings that: Preferably Hewlett-Packard - Must include conclusion and references Details how a new technology system should be implemented and/or introduced to a company. Include your recommendations as if you were the manager in charge of implement
Discuss some of the ways in which an organization constrains decision makers.
I need to write a paper on organizational contexts. I need help understanding the assignment and planning how to start writing. I also would like references to consult when writing the paper. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ? Examine the unique organizational conte
See attached file. Evaluate the arguments presented by the authors in regards to the mistakes that many organisations make in managing their brands. Interpret the theoretical framework developed in the article for effectively managing brands. Explain you answer. Article is / Berthon, P., Holbrook, M. B., & Hulbert, J. M.
1. Identify the components needed in cash flow statements. A cash flow statement will consist of components of organizational expenditures resulting in discovering an organizations outgoing and incoming cash activity. The statement enables an organization to maintain a record of viable, tangible and liquid assets. The components include the following key elements such as; ? Operating (functional activities)- o Net Income o Depreciation (sources of non-cash revenue and expense items) Any identifiable depreciation expenses must be added to net income. o Losses (losses must be added in accordance with the flow of the aforementioned income flow. o Gains (subtract any recordable gains-cash proceeds that were a direct relation to the proceeds from any type of sales transaction. For example, most non-profit organizations may record monetary gains as a result of proceeds from fundraising activities or charitable cash donations. Once this segment has been accurately accounted for in terms of ensuring that all the income from an organization's day-to-day operations are inclusive in the report, the income statement must be carefully evaluated for any minor or major changes. This is where the financial accountant assesses the organizations current assets and liabilities from the income statement. The goal is to determine how the organization did within a given period i.e. quarterly, biannually, or annually. This section records the ups and downs of a business based on the organizations income flow and outflow. Depending on what your current assessment of income and expenditures will determine whether to add or subtract monetary gains and losses accordingly. The income from operating expenses will inform business owners as to how much money was generated within a specific period of time.
T1. Identify the components needed in cash flow statements. A cash flow statement will consist of components of organizational expenditures resulting in discovering an organizations outgoing and incoming cash activity. The statement enables an organization to maintain a record of viable, tangible and liquid assets. The com
1. Discuss how personal differences and preference can impact organizational ethics. 2. Discuss how organizational policies and procedures can impact ethics. 3. Discuss the ethical dilemmas that Valerie is facing. 4. Recommend what Valerie should do. Provide a detailed explanation. Based on this case: http://www.docstoc.com/docs/27755980/How-Personal-Can-Ethics-Get-_Integrating-cases-in-textbook_
1. Discuss how personal differences and preference can impact organizational ethics. We all have personal preferences and live our lives with different values from each other. I am a teacher and have seen clear examples of this in the teaching profession. Some teachers prefer to wear jeans while others prefer dressing u
Often in the corporate atmosphere, during the fast paced change environment, HR department was not often consulted in the beginning phrase of change. Critical information to assure smooth transition for changes was not disseminated to the HR department in a timely manner. When included, HR department was often relegated to a s
Imagine that you have been hired as a staff member of a reality TV series (e.g., Survivor, The Real World, Big Brother). As an organizational psychologist, what could you do to help the selection process for contestants? What characteristics would you look for in contestants? Why?
The use of organizational metaphors: Organizations as MACHINES - rational enterprises, designed and structured to achieve predetermined ends efficiently using combinations of people and technologies
Describe how the socio part of the socio-technical system causes the Telebank Call Center to be something other than a perfectly smoothly functioning machine. You are expected to deal with these issues in an integrated fashion, rather than treating them as a series of individual questions to be answered one by one and left at
1. Select a Fortune 500 company of your choice (not Southwest airlines, GE, Wal-Mart, Intel or Microsoft or Toyota) ). Analyze three key organizational capabilities that give the company a competitive advantage. What is it about these capabilities that give the company its competitive advantage? Focus on the three best organiz
SCENARIO CONTINUATION: It's New Year's day, 2010. You just had a great New Year's Eve celebration. You have finished analyzing the performance of Handheld in a great report that you turned in a few days early to Sally Smothers. Now you are ready to charge ahead into the future. As you turn on the TV and try to open your ey
Please go to http://www.exxonmobil.com/Corporate/energy_o_view.aspx and read the article "The Outlook for Energy: A view to 2030". This company caused the Valdez oil spill in Prince William Sound, Alaska (1989). After analyzing the report, explain what Exxon wants to achieve in organizational performance and change-goals. Compar
I must identify at least two companies that have different organizational structures and design - Dell and Verizon. Can you help me out?? > identify whether the company has been successful or unsuccessful. > explain how the company used its structure and design to achieve its business objectives.
Outline the benefits and problems associated with the Institutional Paradigm. Go online to provide one reference that provides insight into how institutionalization processes shape organizational decision-makers' choices. Give your own summary and conclusions on this particular paradigm.
Outline the benefits and problems associated with the Institutional Paradigm. Go online to provide one reference that provides insight into how institutionalization processes shape organizational decision-makers' choices. Give your own summary and conclusions on this particular paradigm. 3 paragraphs and references
CASE STUDY: Jesse, Jessica, and Jose are triplets who have gone into the Bridal Gown business. They understand that this is a seasonal business and want you (a recent MBA graduate) to advise them on how to strategize their business processes to help minimize dependence on other organizations. However, besides the alternatives po
Organization Theory: According to resource dependency theory, what motivates organizations to form inter-organizational linkages
According to resource dependency theory, what motivates organizations to form inter-organizational linkages? What are the advantages of strategic alliances as a way of exchanging resources?
1. How does HR assist management within your company to meet their training and organizational development needs? 2. Looking at the various training methods employed within your organization, which ones are most appropriate for OJT, CBT, and institutional, workshops, and or conferences? 3. How can employee turnover and
Organizational commitment Building organizational commitment Justice and Support Shared values Trust Organizational Comprehension Employee involvenent
Research reputable sources (reputable technical periodicals) regarding information technology security. Give two examples of organizations that have identified security and briefly explain how to solve them. From your research on information technology security and the concepts presented, what is the impact of information techno
Using Starbucks, please assist with notes and ideas for the following: - Explain how different leadership styles would affect group communication in your chosen organization. - Analyze the different sources of power found in the organization. How might those different sources of power affect group and organizational communic
Please help with the following problem. I'm very passionate about my job as a Human Resource Director. How might I use my passion to drive organizational performance, and encourage my subordinates & colleagues to use their passion to innovate?
Retrenching consequences are "commonly divided into financial, organizational, and human effects (Gandolfi, 2006). Sadly, the picture of reported financial effects following downsizing is a bleak one (Gandolfi & Neck, 2008). A multitude of studies has demonstrated that while some firms have reported financial improvements from downsizing, the vast majority of downsized organizations have failed to reap the anticipated improved levels of efficiency, productivity, profitability, and competitiveness" (Cascio, 1993; Sahdev, 2003; Macky, 2004). The adoption of downsizing is not only expected to generate financial benefits through a direct increase in shareholder value, but to produce organizational benefits, including lower overheads, less bureaucracy, smoother communications, faster decision-making, and increased levels of employee productivity (Burke & Cooper, 2000). While there is some evidence of firms reaping positive outcomes (Macky, 2004), the majority of findings suggests that the adoption of downsizing often falls short of the objectives (Cascio, 1998; Gandolfi & Neck, 2008).
Retrenchment strategy is a strategy that is geared towards reducing expenditures; withdraw products or services from the market and to reduce the size of diversity. Retrenching strategy is also known as downsizing and cutback initiatives. The many challenges that are associated with retrenching are as follows: Growth declin