Describe the purpose and rationale for leadership interviews

Prepare to interview two organization leaders and write an assessment in which you outline the intended purpose and focus of your interviews, along with the interview questions. Introduction Over the course of your career, you will develop your own theories of leadership that will inform your attitudes and actions. Interviewing leaders after having done some… Continue reading Describe the purpose and rationale for leadership interviews

discuss the following comparative advantages and disadvantages of different business legal structures

Primary Task Response: Within the Discussion Board area, write 500–800 words that respond to the following questions with your thoughts, ideas, and comments. This will be the foundation for future discussions by your classmates. Be substantive and clear, and use examples to reinforce your ideas. Research and discuss the following comparative advantages and disadvantages of… Continue reading discuss the following comparative advantages and disadvantages of different business legal structures

Discuss some of the challenges encountered by leaders when managing diversity and how diversity helps organizations better compete in global markets

As a student in an upper level (200) management class, this assignment draws upon your prior classes and experience to help EGCC improve our Business Management Program. This course assesses Program Learning Outcome #5 – Demonstrate awareness of the importance of ethical conduct, a diverse workforce and social responsibility. Course Paper: Discuss some of the challenges encountered… Continue reading Discuss some of the challenges encountered by leaders when managing diversity and how diversity helps organizations better compete in global markets

Define, describe, and provide 3 examples of social media business tools that can be applied to your business

Deliverable Length:1,000–1,500 words Primary Task Response: Within the Discussion Board area, write 1,000–1,500 words that respond to the following questions with your thoughts, ideas, and comments. This will be the foundation for future discussions by your classmates. Be substantive and clear, and use examples to reinforce your ideas. Discuss the following for this assignment: Define,… Continue reading Define, describe, and provide 3 examples of social media business tools that can be applied to your business

Explain the legal basis for protecting employees from harassment with supporting laws or regulations

Develop a 3–5 page workplace harassment policy for either Java Corp or an organization with which you are familiar. Be sure the policy you develop reflects ethical considerations and benefits to both the employee and organization as well as relevant legislation related to various types of harassment. Also, create an 8–12 slide PowerPoint presentation with… Continue reading Explain the legal basis for protecting employees from harassment with supporting laws or regulations

Identify a federal law that protects the employee in that situation

Diversity is present in today’s workplace. To protect the rights of employees today, we have several equal employment laws. This is not only in the United States, but also around the world. For this assignment: Present a situation that you, or someone you are familiar with, has faced related to diversity in the workplace. Identify… Continue reading Identify a federal law that protects the employee in that situation

Evaluate how well the corporation addressed two of the Five Forces of Competition in the last five years

Corporation: STARBUCKS In this assignment, you are to use the same corporation you selected for the Week 1 assignment (STARBUCKS) and examine the industry in which the entity operates. Use any or all of the following resources to conduct research on the corporation: Write a 4-6 page academic research paper in which you include the… Continue reading Evaluate how well the corporation addressed two of the Five Forces of Competition in the last five years

Is it possible that your answers to parts d and e would yield different conclusions?

Activity I – You have just opened a restaurant in a large city, and you are deciding what you should charge for a regular-sized soda. You’d like to charge a price equal to the average of your competitors, which you believe is $2.58. To inform your decision, you want to learn more about the average… Continue reading Is it possible that your answers to parts d and e would yield different conclusions?