You have received a brief from the HR manager asking you to produce a booklet/report for the college's business courses. The booklet should ‘describe the recruitment documentation used in a selected business’ for a specific job role. You must describe the following areas and give examples of documentation: 1. Person specification (Suitably skilled staff) 2. Contracts of employment 3.
Alignments of these goals result in achieving the organization’s mission. The original balance score card defines the four key aspects of the business. Are business processes aligned with the company’s vision and mission? In order to define this question the following four components are used. What must a company excel at?
By the end of this unit you should understand: • The range of different businesses and their ownership. • How businesses are organised to achieve their purposes. • The impact of the economic environment on business. • How political, legal and social factors impact on a business. Scenario A bank wants to put together an information pack to help students understand the business world and have asked you to put certain parts of the pack together.
The proposed solution should address the business process, should be appropriate to the Hometown Deli, should be briefly described and its major components listed, and an explanation should be given for why and how this proposed solution will improve the business process. Be sure to read the instructions for the remaining projects in this Case Study (Projects 3-5) to get an understanding of the future projects that build on the proposed solution and to help you in deciding upon your solution. You want to propose a solution that can be used in the assignments that follow this one, so be selective and choose an appropriate solution. Purpose of this Assignment This assignment gives you the opportunity to apply your knowledge of technology solutions to improve a business process. This assignment specifically addresses the following course outcomes to enable you to: * analyze internal and external business processes to identify information systems requirements * identify and plan IT solutions that meet business objectives.
Ethics Reflection Paper Name Strategic Planning & Implementation/581 Date Instructor’s Name Ethics Reflection Paper Ethics are the principles, values, and beliefs that provide a basic framework that businesses may choose to follow to set standards for what is right and wrong behavior in the workplace (Pearce & Robinson, 2011). Ethics is the means of deciding a course of action. According to Pearce and Robinson (2011), “ethical standards reflect not a universally accepted code, but rather the end product of a process of defining and clarifying the nature and content of human interaction.” Corporate social responsibility (CSR) embraces a company’s ethical policies to encourage employees to reach out to the community, including stakeholders with a positive impact to protect the company’s assets as well as promote a healthy secure work environment. Personal ethical standards help contribute to the decision and behavior of an organization to develop a strategic plan. The purpose of this paper is to explain the role of ethics and social responsibility in developing a strategic plan while considering stakeholder needs and explain how my ethical perspective has evolved throughout the masters program at University of Phoenix.
Task 1 : Criteria P1, M1, D1 Due Date: 14.10.13 Choose a business to research and base your tasks on. (Ensure that you select a business that can enable you to meet the criteria.) P1: Complete a table like the one below to show the types, sources and purposes of information used within the organisation. Try to include at least two examples of each type of information. Type of information Example Description Purpose Source Verbal Written On-screen Multimedia Web-based ● Where possible cross reference your example to evidence of this in your appendices, for example, a screenshot of web-based information or a copy of a letter.
CASE STUDY 2 Planning, Organizing, and Leading. CONSULTANT’S REPORT 04/26/2015 Kenneth M Wash Jr. UMUC BMGT 364 Instructor: Alisa Avelar Introduction: Tyhme Consulting was contracted to complete a business management analysis report on the business operations of Tom’s Coffee Cup for Tom Nolastname. Through a series of on-‐site reviews and discussions with the employees, the current manager and the owner, we examined key components of the organization and its operating environment. The data gathering process included the examination of reports and records and other documented information, as well as interviews with management, employees and customers. The key objectives of the consultation were to: • • • • Assess and understand the current business environment.
* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * Cause-and-Effect Diagram Applied to the Decision Paradise Business Scenario MGT 350 Critical Thinking: Strategies in Decision Making * * * * * * * * * * * * * * Cause-and-Effect Diagram Applied to the Decision Paradise Business Scenario The Bloomsbury Business Library (2007) defines the Cause-and- Effect Diagram, also known as the fishbone diagram, as “a diagram that aids the generation and sorting of the potential causes of variation in an activity or process.” To find a decision on how to improve Kava’s presence there is a need to use a decision making technique learned in this class. In this paper I will apply the cause-and-effect diagram, a decision-making technique that will help me to identify the best solution for Kava. In addition, I will provide an analysis of all the steps used in applying the fishbone diagram. I will conclude the paper explaining how critical thinking skills influences and/or impacts the solution I proposed using this decision making technique. Identifying a Solution with a Cause-and-Effect (fishbone) Diagram The fishbone diagram will let me visually see all the causes that are affecting Kava, each of the causes has an effect on Kava’s presence.
Leadership Development Report (LDP) The purpose of this report is to set a framework for myself to access my leadership skills and develop them within a year from 08/2014 to 08/2015 before I graduate with RMIT business management degree. After reviewing the two leadership development models, I have chosen Central Michigan University (CMU) Leadership Competency Model. Five dimensions of leadership competencies, social responsibility, innovation, task management, leading others and self-management, are useful competencies as they mainly focus on psychological attributes, leadership skills and working attitudes that I can relate to the job, interpersonal skills and personal achievement. My personal goal is to enter retailing industry which mainly focuses for both sales and customer service at the same time. With the help of CMU model as the framework for my leadership development plan, I believe it will further develop my insight on my leadership potential while enhancing my relationship with others by understanding the dynamics of human behavior.
Part A You will need to refer to your business plan to complete part A of this assessment. Prepare a minimum (2 page) report to the Managing Director of Global Star. Your report should communicate the viability of making changes to current business operations. Please include the following points (minimum 1 paragraph) per point in your report as follows: * Outline at least three new marketing ideas and opportunities as a result of your research * Link these new marketing ideas to the goals and future objectives of the organisation * Evaluate each opportunity and outline the impact to the current business * Include financials and feasibility information to include a probable return on investment * Suggest recommended operational changes to the current business model * Estimate the resources and costs associated with these operational changes * Include all relevant forms of Legislative considerations when making operational changes (e.g. privacy laws, anti-discrimination, ethical principles etc.)