Read Case Study III-2, “A Make-or-Buy Decision at Baxter Manufacturing Company,” in Managing Information Technology. Write a 1,050- to 1,400-word (3- to 4-page) paper that addresses the following: · Identify the business issues that are leading BMC to consider a new application. · What are the key factors for Baxter in making the buy vs. build decision? · What would you recommend Kyle Baxter do? Provide a rationale for your recommendation. Provide research and references to support your recommendations.
Develop a 3–5-page product strategy to support the presentation and sale of a product to potential customers. Salespeople are key contributors in the development and implementation of techniques a company uses to bring its products to market. SHOW LESS By successfully completing this assessment, you will demonstrate your proficiency in the following course competencies and assessment criteria: Competency 3: Develop a customer product strategy by determining customer buying, learning, and communication behaviors. Explain the life cycle phase of a product and why the phase is critical to a customer product strategy. List features of a product or service being sold. […]
Human resources management is a continuously evolving field that is filled with many grey areas. Successful health care managers understand the need to stay abreast of current and future developments that affect the workforce and human resource practices. In preparation for this Discussion, think about specific issues you have learned about in this course that you would like to explore further, as well as other topics (not yet covered) that you are curious about or would like to investigate. The following questions may help you to brainstorm areas of interest related to the health care workforce and human resources management: […]
Imagine you are the HR manager at a company, and an employee came to you upset because she felt a male co-worker had sexually harassed her by repeatedly asking her out on dates even after she said “no.” What would you do? Write a one (1) page paper in which you: Formulate the conversation you would have with the employee, based the concepts found in Chapter 2 in your textbook. Summarize the conversation you would have with the employee’s male co-worker, based on the concepts found in Chapter 2 of your textbook. Format your assignment according to the following formatting […]
As a retired fisherman, you appreciate the balance between man and nature. You recently viewed a newscast about declining fish stock in our oceans and have identified a plan that fishermen and environmentalists could agree on. · Resource: Ch. 11 of Visualizing Environmental Science · View the “Declining Fish Stock” Environmental Science video located on the student website through WileyPLUS®. · Createa sustainability plan using the guidelines following the options.
Your local newspaper recently ran an article about issues facing freshwater resources. In response, you have identified a plan you think will alleviate one of the problems. · Resource: Ch. 10 of Visualizing Environmental Science · Selecta freshwater resource issue from the following list: o Flooding o Aquifer depletion o Overdrawing surface water o Saltwater intrusion and salinization o Water pollution o Eutrophication · Create a sustainability plan using the guidelines following the options.
The work involved in program evaluation requires a good deal of discipline and focus from the evaluator because of the standards, competencies, and codes of ethics required by the human services profession. Although evaluation is not specifically a profession, since evaluators are not licensed or certified, those who engage in the process of evaluation are professionals with extensive training and knowledge related to the various roles, responsibilities, and concerns of human services. Many human services program evaluators are themselves certified human services professionals and belong to various human services professional organizations. The existence of such certifications and involvement lend credibility […]
Since the 17th century, the goal of human services has been to improve the lives of at-risk members of society. If a community need existed, a service was provided. The scope and practice of implementing these programs have evolved over time. For example, since the Great Depression, the concept of social welfare has grown in scope and complexity. Human services programs have always focused on serving and protecting at-risk populations and families, but the variety of human services programs and initiatives has changed. Today, human services programs continue to address a broader set of social welfare issues such as homelessness, […]
Case Assignment For this Case Assignment you will be focusing on the: * Employment at Will Doctrine * Immigration Reform and Control Act (IRCA) * USERRA And how they impact the private sector workplace. (Be sure to focus on the private sector and not the public sector in your answers.) Address the following in a 4 paper (not including the cover page, references page and Appendix), supporting your arguments with citations to sources from the course and your research. (Use at least 5 Trident Online Library sources, plus any applicable background readings to support […]
Assignment Overview Of the very many topics and issues raised in this module, I have chosen to focus on the preparatory phase. A solid preparation is the key for effective negotiations. It reduces uncertainty; it saves overall time, and allows for focus. The following article sheds an interesting light on Australian women preparing for negotiations within the workplace. Case Assignment Please read (access via ProQuest): van Wanrooy, B. (2009). Women at Work in Australia: Bargaining a Better Position? Australian Bulletin of Labour. Adelaide: 2009. Vol. 35, Iss. 4; pg. 611. Abstract: The Australian industrial relations system has undergone significant upheaval […]