Feedback is important to MSM driving school as they just opened a new website and it is vital they make it useable for all ages. If this is not done they show that they are not caring of their customers opinions meaning they are losing customers. Promotion of website When a new business starts a website they need to promote it so that it becomes noticed by the public. There are two types of promotions, online promotion and
However, they have problem to access the Qdata headquarter because of the internal policy and they do not know what is the best way to solve the attack for example to pull the plug or not? Finally the attack was over within an hour, fortunately, the privacy of customers was not stolen and their resume business as usual. Problem Statement Ipremier, such a well-developed and huge industry company should take risky in to account. Alternatives “Now I think of it, preserving the logs may be irrelevant since I’m pretty sure detailed logging is not enabled.” Two men was arguing when the attack occur, they should pull the plug or not. If they do so, it may lose logging data; however, it seems like it is the only way to assure customer data is not being stolen.
Lowry, however, stated that she was never given a choice, and subsequently requested a transfer to another department. Walmart then gave her 90 days to find another job within the company, and human resources officials told her that they would have to discuss “next steps” if she couldn’t in time – meaning she would be fired. I found this to be an interesting response to Lowry’s complaint, and I am surprised that Walmart would take such a powerful stance against someone who is trying to reveal potential ethics issues within the company, especially at a time when Walmart was being scrutinized for their firing of marketing executive Julie Roehm for reportedly violating the company’s code of ethics by accepting gifts from vendors and for having an affair with a subordinate, both of which she denies. In a follow-up article in October (Businessweek: Wal-Mart Whistleblower Lands a Job), Businessweek reported that she found a job after 4 months of looking and 30 applications to in-house
To address these problems I would recommend the mirroring process approach (McLean, 173). I personally like the way this approach is carried out. With the team being broken up into groups and expressing issues and concerns on a blank board without knowing exactly who said what. For instance, the members of the board of directors (BOD) have expressed concerns over the professionalism of the company’s founders. This mirroring approach may help Ben and Jerry to understand why the BOD feel
“If you can sell your employees on the company's future and the importance of their role in it there are numerous advantages people are more likely to generate their own ideas, to contribute with enthusiasm, to keep slogging when it becomes unpleasant, and also to experience a sense of camaraderie and togetherness” (Spiro 2010) Another significant error that was made was in the HP story in which the vision was never communicated, step four. From the very start of the merger Walter Hewlett was not on board with it and therefore Fiorina also had a problem with step one. Although it seemed like she did try to implement change, and
So if anything goes wrong, for example if the BBC organisation was shut for a full one whole day it would affect the organisation a lot because the customers expect to see the broadcasts, hear the radio and read the online. It would affect the business because many people would send complaints to BBC explaining that it did not meet their requirements because they were shut down and it would affect the owner because questions would be asked if he is doing his job right or not which action would be taken. As BBC owners they would need to be the most interested in all aspects of the organisation services that the BBC provide the highest quality service in the broadcasting industry, simply because if they do not provide the outstanding quality this may result in losing views and ratings. Without people watching, looking and hearing the services BBC provide they would lose money which is a big loss for
Regarding to the Sunflower Case, the high competition to get more market share among distribution companies makes Sunflower to consider decreasing cost together with controlling quality. By this changes, Albanese was employed by Finance department to be the director of pricing and purchasing. Unintentionally, she failed in handling changes at Sunflower since the first step because all regions did not send her notices about local price or purchase changes. Without building a readiness for change to the regions, she just initiated her plan, talked to her superior, and announced new procedures to the financial and purchasing executives in all regions. She did not thoroughly evaluate a capability to change of the regions that have particular people and resources.
It is like harassing to scrutinize people’s social and personal lives. Danielle is being affected by her boss’s lack of professionalism, yet she can take advantage of the situation by showing the manager the best way to solve the problem. She can address the task wisely and prove to be an outstanding intern. First she needs to communicate, I think communication is the key in this case. Danielle needs to tell her boss how she feels about peeking into her colleagues’ lives via Facebook.
Helen here is contributing rather than solving the issue of losing good employees, which is an early sign of a weak management in an organization. As a leader of the organization she needs to look at the issue holistically, be more of a mentor catering to the needs of every employee under her wings. When a company starts to lose its work force to its competitors, the leaders of the organization in an urgent need to fix the issue starts to find fault in individual managers rather than the organization as a whole in a hope that the eliminating such managers might be a solution to the problem. Helen is doing exactly the same when she questions Bob and Mary on their efforts to stop employees moving into another organization. Mary on the other hand is concerned about the firm and other employee’s wellbeing but her lack of employee management skill holds her back in effectively solving the problem.
This is also a good example of why business owners should keep a separate checking account for their business. Keeping your money and the businesses money together is a recipe for disaster. When you separate the two, your record keeping and tax accountability becomes more simplistic to keep up with. These are all honest and easy mistakes to make, but the more prepared you are, the less room you will create for mistakes like these to happen. Accounting is no easy task so you must remember that an accountant will have years of education on that one subject.