Non-Manager’s Role in HRM Practices Traditionally, human resource management practices were developed and administered by the organization’s human resource department. Line managers/supervisors are now playing a major role in developing and implementing HRM practices. Why do you think non-HR managers are becoming more involved and what do you see as the main benefits for more involvement in HR from managers and supervisors? Support your answer with credible sources. Cite your sources using proper APA format (both in-text and reference entries). My Book is Managing Human Resources.
Cash Management BUS 694 Week 6 Discussion 2 Cash Management You are a cash manager of a MNC based in the United States. One of your responsibilities is to gain the highest yield for your treasury cash. Go to Bloomberg and click on a country to review its interest rates. Select a country to invest in for one year. Describe why you chose that country and your expected yield for the next year.
Resistance to Talent Management and Leaders’ Intuition Resistance to Talent Management and Leaders’ Intuition” Please respond to the following: • Strategy-driven talent management is considered the most effective way to acquire and maintain top talent. Develop three possible ways that senior leadership might resist the development of a strategy and one way to combat each of these types of resistance to ensure a sustainable talent management strategy remains in place. • Debate the value of leaders who profess to have their own methods to identify high-potential employees. Consider the risks involved with an unstructured method to select future organizational leaders
Conducting an Environmental Analysis Assignment 1: Conducting an Environmental Analysis Due Week 4 and worth 300 points For all assignments assume that you are the administrator of a fictitious organization of your choice. The organization can be any type of health care organization such as a hospital, nursing home, rehabilitation center, clinic, etc. As the administrator, you are faced with the challenges of declining reimbursements from insurance providers and increasing demands for patient services due to dramatic changes in the external environment. Such changes include those imposed by the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. Your first step in evaluating […]
CAM Therapies CAM Therapies Now that you have completed your course, share your opinion on CAM therapies. Compare and contrast your thoughts and understanding of these therapies before taking this course and after its completion. Use your analysis on the basis of research and readings you have done during the course and write 2–3 paragraphs on each of the following topics that clearly depicts your understanding: • Conventional (allopathic) or mainstream medical practice • CAM therapies and practices • The benefits of acupuncture • Traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) • Aromatherapy • Naturopathy • Chiropractic • Massage therapy • Yoga • […]
Theoretical Lens Perspective Looking From a Theoretical Lens Perspective; The language of qualitative research can be confusing. The words sound like regular English, but they have very particular meanings. To make the language even more complicated, the definitions can vary across different qualitative methodological scholars. For the purpose of this course, distinctions between three important concepts should be considered: Theoretical lens: the position the researcher takes to identify what kind of knowledge (ontology) and knowledge process (epistemology) they will use for their study. The position directs the choice of research approach, procedures, and interpretative framework. Examples: Interpretivism, constructivism, critical theory, […]
Medicine Through Video conferencing Read: Real World Case 3: Brain Saving Technologies, Inc. and the T-Health Institute: Medicine through Videoconferencing (pp. 236-237). In a three- to five-page paper (not including the title page or reference page), respond to the following: A. From the perspective of the patient, explain how you would feel about being diagnosed by a doctor who could be hundreds or thousands of miles from you. Describe any expectations or concerns you would have about that kind of experience. B. Discuss other professions, aside from health care and education that could benefit from the application of some of […]
Health Care Strategic Management HCS 589 Health Care Strategic Management Class Week 4 Strategic Plan Part III – Financial Plan Resource: Preopening Budget Example located on the student website Design a 3- to 5-year financial plan to implement the goals and objectives created in Part II of your strategic plan. The deliverables for the financial plan include a projected budget created in Microsoft® Excel® and a report in Microsoft® Word that clarifies and explains the financial plan. Section One: Projected Budget • The projected budget should be a Microsoft® Excel® spreadsheet that contains a 3- to 5-year financial projection that […]
The Convergence of Healthcare Financing and Economic Trends and Forces Prepare a fifteen to twenty (15 to 20) slide Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation with detailed scholarly speaker notes in which you: Compare the three (3) current health care financing and funding models (i.e., employee based, government based, and individual based) used with the healthcare delivery system of the United States. Compare and contrast key economic goals of public and private health insurance plans. Evaluate the success potential of key economic goals in terms of populations covered, services included, financing arrangements, reimbursement strategies, and economic competition policies. Analyze the key effects of […]
Group Management for Just Culture he concept of a fair and just culture refers to the way an organization handles safety issues. Humans are fallible; they make mistakes. In a just culture, ‘hazardous’ human behavior such as staff errors, near–misses and risky actions are identified and discussed openly in hopes of finding ways to improve processes and systems—not to identify and punish the individual. —Pepe & Caltado, 2011 This Discussion examines the opportunities of managers in working with groups to promote change that facilitates the delivery of safe, high–quality care. To Prepare Review the information on just culture presented in […]