Discussion Question1: How would you describe the schools of ethical thought? Discussion Question2: Discuss why Goldman Sachs was a disciple of Albert Carr’s theory of “business is a poker game and we are all bluffing.” Note: Subject Name: Business Ethics
Question Description The Central Artery Tunnel Project famously known as the Big Dig was the largest project ever undertaken in the United States, and for a project of this type, in the world. This week you will review the tremendous challenges of managing costs on the Big Dig and the underlying reasons why megaprojects commonly are underestimated and over budget. Respond to the following questions using your class readings, outside literature and class lectures and discussions. 1. How would you avoid the problems discussed in Chapter 7 of MM(attachment) of cost overruns? What cost estimating tools and controls would you […]
Question Description Based on “Case Study 9-1: Was Robert Eaton a Good Coach?”, review the Major Functions and Key Behaviors tables in the textbook, evaluate Eaton’s coaching skills. In your response address the following elements: What major functions were missing? What key behaviors were missing? Based on your evaluation, provide specific recommendations on how he could have been a more effective coach. Direction:* Be sure to support your statements with logic and argument. citing any sources referenced and cite inside the text. APA style 6-8 paragraphs
Question Description #Book name: Operations Management in the Supply Chain: Decisions and Cases, 7th Edition (2018), ISBN 978-1-259-71877-9 by Roger G. Schroeder and Susan Meyer Goldstein #The rest of the requirements within the file
Question Description McCrie discusses the five ways that security professionals are primarily involved with ethical programs. In your opinion, which of the five ways is most important and why? Use examples to support your opinion. Your posts should be 1/2 to 1 page in length. I’m looking for information from the textbook (and/or other references as applicable)
Question Description 400 words Herzberg’s two-factor theory speaks to issues relevant in both employee compensation and benefits as it discusses why people choose a workplace, as well as what keeps employees satisfied and committed to their work. For more information on Herzberg’s two-factor theory, see the Frederick Herzberg motivational theory (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.. Imagine that you are an HR manager in a contemporary firm and answer the following: Who are you trying to recruit to work for you (i.e., your audience)? What sort of compensation and benefits package would you ensure is in place […]
Question Description Assignment 2 Macondo Well Case Report (Total 12 Points) How this will be graded: Structure, Organization, Ease of reading, Grammar: 2.5 Points This Assignment had a very, very specific structure. Identify 2-4 issues. Come up with solutions for those issues and summarize them briefly. Provide a table with Pros and Cons for each, and wrap it all up with an overall (but brief) recommendation – what could have been done to help prevent this disaster from a PM perspective. DID YOU FOLLOW THIS STRUCTURE? Did you follow the advice given in the lectures and From Your Instructor about […]
Please Explain why should interviewers include these two questions in the interview process. Do some research, and explain Why it is important to ask candidates these two questions? Question 1: How would you handle a disagreement among staff or how you implement a new policy if the workers are hesitant to change? Question 2: Tell me about a challenge or conflict you’ve faced at work, and how dealt with it. Please write 2 paragraphs and explain each question. And provide some references.
Question Description In Chapter 1 McCrie provides ten convictions of effective managers. Select three of the convictions and explain how each of them have impacted your career to this point (or someone’s career you’re familiar with).