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    Henry Sy and John Gokongwei ( case study 3) Leader : Sheila Cerezo Assistant: Cyrel Jing Abaga Members: Monica Cabatin Stephen John Ramirez Belita Garcia Diana Rose Manangan Ma. Geneva Mapanao Karen Lamsen MarylleUngos We are aware that Robinsons and SM are popular shopping centers in the Philippines. These two companies are always compared, the founder of these are also compared. That is why we want to study about Henry Sy and John Go (kongwei

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    Fran Hayden Joins Dairy Engineering INTRODUCTION Fran Hayden is in the final year of her Bachelor of Management Studies (BMS) degree at the University of Waikato, who has been offered the position of Assistant Cost Accounts at Dairy Engineering (NZ) Ltd, Hamilton. The company manufactures equipment for the dairy industry. The head office of this company is organized into two sections, Cost Accounting and Management Information Services (MIS). To Fran’s disappointment she was not welcomed at

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    Organizational Case Study Definition of Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) The Foreign Corrupt Practices Act of 1977 is a US Federal law that originated with an investigation in the mid 1970’s of over 400 US companies accused of making questionable or illegal payment to foreign government officials and political parties. The FCPA include the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 which covers to main provisions; The Anti-bribery law and the Accounting Transparency provisions. The FPA law restricts

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    Change and Culture Case Study II Melinda Calhoun HCS/514 December 6, 2012 Kerubo Kinaro Change and Culture Case Study II Health care organizations merge to eliminate competition and gain power. Health care organizations that merge will have changes and the staff can be impacted. Six months after a health care organization merges with a competing organization, administration initiates a significant reduction in force and makes a decision to redesign patient delivery. The

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    An Organizational Failure - Case Study of Blockbuster

    An Organizational Failure: Blockbuster Rana Fawad 1. Describe and discuss how the organization’s culture facilitated the failure. Philips (2011) believes that success or failure of any great company depends on “Events, internal and external” (p. 3). Blockbuster also appears to be a victim of certain events at internal as well as external level. Based in McKinney, Texas, Blockbuster and founded in 1985 (Blockbuster Corporate, 2012) and it ushered in a new era as far as video rental retail

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    quality is a determining factor for discipline. The performance of a worker depends on his or her discipline and his or her specialization. Likewise, the organizational performance depends on organizational discipline and organizational specialization. Lastly, Scientific Management was found by Frederick Taylor and it is basically about organizational productivity. For example, If managers design the optimal work methods scientifically, and managers select the best personnel for each job, and workers

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    ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR Faculty Member Details: Dr. Prageetha G Raju Room No. D-203 Ph: 8790794397 E-mail: dr.prageetha@gmail.com Consulting Hours: Students can visit my room any time between 9 a.m. and 5:45 p.m. (only if needed) --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Course Description:  The management of complex organizations requires an understanding of the nature of human behavior in corporate and other organizations

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    Multi Projects Case Study

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    capitalist organisation. As a result, employees on public sector need less motivation and incentives than private employees, because working in a non-for-profit organisation fulfils workers civic duties and altruistic needs. ORGANIZATION OVERVIEW The study undertaken focuses on Queensland public entities; especially on the Department of Transport and Main Roads (DTMR). In June 2012, DTMR reported having 8,851 permanent full-time workers and contracting average 40% more on casual and temporary jobs (DTMR

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    September 28, 2013 DuPont Case Study Introduction Tom Harris is the General Manager of DuPont, which is the major employer in their community. Big changes had taken place when the Orlon plant had closed down, but few changes had taken place. Projects such as getting rid of one operation and installing another was being seen as regular business so there was no change management rubric. The root problem/key issues facing DuPont are closing of the Orlon Plant without creating a change management

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    Case Study Week 3 John Brasch braschjohn21@yahoo.com MGMT 591 Professor Bruce Van Apeldoorn 9/22/2013 I believe that this group is in the storming stage of group development. The text states that during the storming stage there is high emotion and tension among the group. The team also could have many changes during this stage. During this time there are membership expectations and obstacles that are standing in the way to complete them. The reason that they are at this stage of group development

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    Capstone Case Study on Organizational Architecture: Arthur Andersen Llp

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    Application of Various Case Studies to Real-World Organizational Behavior.

    Application of various case studies to real-world organizational behavior. Introduction The case: “Rhonda Clark: Taking Charge at Smith Foundation” (McShane & Von Glinow, pg. 319) is a vignette about the hiring of Clark as the CEO of the Smith Foundation. The Board that hired her is somewhat dysfunctional. She faces many challenges in dealing with the board. Clark has to use her influence, abilities, networking and power to maneuver the board so that she can accomplish the goals she has set

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    Gain Sharing Plan. It is basically a technique that compensates workers based on improvements in the company's productivity. Gain sharing has a simple, but essential purpose to involve staff in helping to improve our business. Referring to the case study , Face(senior manager of Applebee’s International restaurant)decided to adopt the gain sharing policy in order to minimize travel cost by attracting own employees towards travel benefits. He offered free domestic tickets to those employees who will

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    Case Study 1 Are Workplace Romances Unethical A large percentage of married individuals first met in the workplace. A 2005 survey reveled that 58 percent of all employees have been in an office romance. Given the amount of time people spend at work, this isn’t terribly surprising. Yet office romances pose sensitive ethical issues for organizations and employees. What rights and responsibilities do organizations have to regulate the romantic lives of their employees? Take the

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    acquisition process D) customer relationship management process E) fulfillment management process Answer: A Page Ref: 34 Objective: 1 AACSB: Analytic skills Difficulty: Moderate 6) When a customer places an order at BookBox.com, the company processes the customer's payment information, sends the order to the nearest warehouse, and ships the order via FedEx. This is best described as the ________. A) market-sensing process B) customer acquisition process C) customer relationship management

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    widespread strategy for pursuing these goals is to establish a shared services organization (SSO) to execute back-office functional processes on behalf of multiple operating units. However, our experience shows that such efforts often fail to yield their intended benefits. Why? One important reason, in our view, is that many companies tend to focus almost exclusively on the processes to be moved into the SSO while paying little attention to the retained organization’s design and operation. We have seen many

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    Organizational Culture and Employee Commitment : a Case Study on Mcb Bank in Lahore

    the study was to examine the relationship between Organizational Culture and Employee Commitment. The study was conducted in MCB Bank Lahore branches. The data was collected through questionnaires. The sample size used in this study was 100. The concerned variables are ‘organizational culture’ and ‘employees commitment’. The hypothesis was designed that whether there exists a relationship between the variables or not. The results suggested that there exist a relationship between organizational culture

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    The Impact of Organizational Change, Structure and Leadership on Employee Turnover: a Case Study

    Journal of Business Case Studies – January 2008 Volume 4, Number 1 The Impact Of Organizational Change, Structure And Leadership On Employee Turnover: A Case Study Steven H. Appelbaum, Concordia University, Canada André Mitraud, MBA, Canada Jean-François Gailleur, MBA, Canada Marcello Iacovella, MBA, Canada Raffaele Gerbasi, MBA, Canada Victoria Ivanova, MBA, Canada ABSTRACT Purpose - To provide the management team at BTSA Ltd with a practical guideline in managing organizational change through

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    Executive Summary This report considers a case study which introduces and provides examples of faux change and superfluous change. Within this discussion, these areas of change context are considered and evaluated with regard to how they may be identified and resisted. The report also defines and evaluates organisational change and the frameworks within which it may be undertaken. The impact of change is discussed and is followed by an analysis of resistance to change and the factors that may enhance

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    company to a certain extent. Rhonda Clark experienced some resistance from her staff when she became CEO. Below will be a discussion of “A model of Power in organizations” that relate to Rhonda’s situation. Legitimate power “Is an agreement among organizational members that people in certain roles can request certain behaviors of others” (McShane and Glinow, 2010, p.302). Rhonda by title has legitimate power over her staff members that are not mentioned in the article. The article focuses on her board

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    CASE 2: Developing an Organizational Structure Prepared By: GROUP 10 (Management 1) Course: Business Administration Major in Marketing Management Executive Summary The case study being conducted is primarily to give emphasis on decentralized form of authority among departments of an organization. It discuss about effective use of an organization. It discuss about effective use of an organizational chart to see true segregated authority of members of an organizational distinguishing

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    Knowledge Management and Organizational Performance: Theoretical Study

    Knowledge management and organizational performance: Theoretical Study 1. Introduction Knowledge is an asset that needs to be effectively managed. Interest in knowledge management (KM) has grown dramatically in the recent years, as more researchers and practitioners have become aware of the knowledge potential to drive innovation and improve performance. For an organization to remain competitive, it must effectively practice the activities of creating, acquiring, documenting, transferring, and

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    Laurea University of Applied Sciences Laurea Leppävaara Brand Image in Cola Drinks CASE: Future Cola of Wahaha Group Co.Ltd,China Jianfei Sun Degree Programme in Business Management Thesis April, 2010 Laurea University of Applied Sciences Laurea Leppävaara Degree Programme in Business Management International Business-to-Business Marketing Abstract Jianfei Sun Brand Image in Cola Drinks; Case: Futre Cola of Wahaha Group Co.Ltd, China Year 2010 Pages 45 In Chinese beverage market

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    Cookies Case Study Assignment 1. Would you describe Mrs. Fields’ Cookies as more of a functional hierarchy structured along traditional functional lines or more of an IT-enabled network consisting of tailored business processes? I would describe the organizational structure of Mrs. Fields’ Cookies as being an IT-enabled network consisting of tailored business processes. Throughout the different sections of the case study, several examples support the notion that Mrs. Fields’ organizational structure

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    Organizational Behavior An Evidence-Based Approach Twelfth Edition Fred Luthans George Holmes Distinguished Professor of Management, University of Nebraska Me Graw Hill Boston Burr Ridge, IL Dubuque, IA Madison, Wl New York San Francisco St. Louis Bangkok Bogota Caracas Kuala Lumpur Lisbon London Madrid Mexico City Milan Montreal New Delhi Santiago Seoul Singapore Sydney Taipei Toronto Contents About the Author Preface v PART ONE ENVIRONMENTAL AND ORGANIZATIONAL CONTEXT Evidence-Based Consulting

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    Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 109 (2009) 156–167 Contents lists available at ScienceDirect Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes journal homepage: www.elsevier.com/locate/obhdp Abusive supervision, intentions to quit, and employees’ workplace deviance: A power/dependence analysis Bennett J. Tepper a,*, Jon C. Carr b, Denise M. Breaux c, Sharon Geider d, Changya Hu e, Wei Hua f a Department of Managerial Sciences, J. Mack Robinson College of Business

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    Morphological Processes of the Gay Language: a Case Study

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    Use table 16-2 to evaluate the extent to which Lynn Tilton displayed the characteristics associated with being a good leader and good manager. Lynn applies several of the leadership characteristics listed on Table 16-2. The first one demonstrated in the case study is understanding and using power and influence. When Lynn was asked by Tony Brown is she was going to strip and flip the company, she came back with a witty answer that she only stripped and flipped men, and that the companies she deals

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    CASE STUDY PAPER __________________ __________________ In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Course Team Leadership, Empowerment, and Group Dynamics in Organization LSOL 3304 ___________________ By November 6, 2014 INTRODUCTION Highly effective teams have common characteristics; they are all working towards the same goal, they work in unison, and they understand the purpose of the team. This paper will address the case study, define the purpose of

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    internships are required to be under the supervision of an appropriately credentialed social work field instructor. Therefore, because there is no choice in the matter, there is no ethical violation or breach of confidentiality when a student discusses a case with the supervisor. • The second condition for ethical dilemma is that there must be different courses of action to choose from. • Any decision where moral considerations are relevant can potentially give rise to an ethical dilemma. for

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    Organizational Structure and Processes Kim Henderson, Kimberly Butler, Ronda Evans University of Phoenix Building Community in Human Service Organization BSHS 461 Chris Shreve July 18, 2011 Organizational Structure and Processes People working with marginalized, displaced or special populations experiencing obstacles to the pursuit of life, liberty, and happiness human service workers considered. Human services encompass a wide range of responsibilities. In human services, professionals

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    Planning in organizations and public policy is both the organizational process of creating and maintaining a plan; and the psychological process of thinking about the activities required to create a desired goal on some scale. As such, it is a fundamental property of intelligent behavior. This thought process is essential to the creation and refinement of a plan, or integration of it with other plans, that is, it combines forecasting of developments with the preparation of scenarios of how to react

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    Business Information Systems Learning Outcomes Week 5 1.Explain the importance of decision making for managers at each of the three primary organizational levels along with associated decision characteristics. Ans. The structure of a typical organization is similar to a pyramid and different levels require different information to assist in decision making, problem solving and opportunity capturing. 1.Operational-At the operational level employees develop , control and maintain core business

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    Case Study COMMUNICATING WITH THE MILLENNIALS 1. Take a poll of your class (at least, the Gen-X and Gen-Y members). At school or work, how many regularly (e.g., daily or every few days) send or receive information (not entertainment) using (a) e- mail, (b) instant messages or Twitter tweets, (c) cell phone text messages, (d) reading/writing blogs, (e) visiting/authoring social media sites (e.g., Face book, Instagram), (f) watching/creating online videos (e.g., YouTube)? My experience is that

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    obr76817_ch01_002-044.indd Page 3 09/09/10 9:50 AM user-f501 CHAPTER 1 207/MHRL043/kno31619_disk1of1/0070131619/kno31619_pagefiles: Management Challenges Business Applications Module I Development Processes Information Technologies Foundation Concepts FOUNDATIONS OF INFORMATION SYSTEMS IN BUSINESS Ch apt er Highligh t s L ea r n i n g O bj ect i v e s Section I Foundation Concepts: Information Systems in Business 1. Understand the concept of a system and

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    share certain organizational characteristics—ranging from how they operate to how their teams are structured. These commonalities suggest there are a few specific measures an organization can adopt to greatly improve its results. This study aims to take a closer look at these measures. It examines the most meaningful differences between the M&A teams that are consistently successful (referred to in this paper as “M&A Champions”) and the rest of the market. Further, this study examines the unique

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    Case Study of PQHRM Module – 02 EMPLOEE RESOURCING Content Executive Summary Problem Statement Analysis of the problems

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    Case Study Engstrom Auto Mirror Plant: Motivating in Good Times and Bad Engstrom Auto Mirror Plant, in Richmond, Indiana, a privately owned company that has been in existence since 1948. Engstrom was largely successful until the late 1990’s at which time the plant struggled to make a profit. During this period the plant was updating its production lines by adding new technology. This change did not go smoothly which caused delays in production resulting in a loss of customers. The plant manager

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    This case study talks about a research study that was done by, the Yale School of Medicine journal. This study explains how culture plays out in survival. The organizations culture can affect you who? Use 3rd person as required in many ways, it can affect the way one communicate, how people interact with each other in the workplace and different benefits that may be offered to employees. These benefits can be anything from office space to training and professional development opportunities.

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    Organizational Behaviour - Case Study (Bob Wood)

    must be satisfied in order to proceed with the higher level of needs. His theory consist of five levels. It starts with physiological need, followed by the safety, social and esteem needs and ends with the self-actualization need. Based on this case study, the Maslow’s hierarchy of needs will be used to analyze Bob Wood. Using the physiological needs, Bob who is 30 years of age seems to have his basic needs satisfied. He has food, clothes to wear, a place to live and he drives an expensive sport

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    CASE STUDY NO 01: Questions: 1. Consider the variable pay programs discussed in this chapter. Of which type of program is Applebee’s program an example? Explain. Answer: The variable pay program which Applebee’s International restaurant has adopted is Gain Sharing Plan. It is basically a technique that compensates workers based on improvements in the company's productivity. Gain sharing has a simple, but essential purpose to involve staff in helping to improve our business. Referring

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    and as such the position, potential and direction for a business. A PEST analysis is a business measurement tool. PEST is an acronym for Political, Economic, Social and Technological factors, which are used to assess the market for a business or organizational unit. The PEST analysis headings are a framework for reviewing a situation, and can also, like SWOT analysis, and Porter's Five Forces model be used to review a strategy or position, direction of a company, a marketing proposition, or idea. To

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    FT 101C FT 102C FT 103C FT 104C FT 105C FT 106C FT 107C FT 108C Management Principles and Practices Mathematics and Statistics for Managers Accounting for Managers IT and E-Business Fundamentals Business Environment Organization Behavior and Processes Business Communication Business Legislation 1-2 3-4 5-6 7-8 9-10 11-12 13-14 15-16 COURSES AND SYLLABUS FOR SECOND, THIRD AND FOURTH SEMESTER SHALL BE COMMUNICATED LATER. 2 FT-101C MANAGEMENT PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICES Course Objective

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    Proceedings of the 41st Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences - 2008 A Study of the Causal Relationship between IT Governance Inhibitors and Its Success in Korea Enterprises Chi-Hoon Lee, Jung-Hoon Lee, Jong-Sung Park, Kap-Young Jeong Graduate School of Information, Yonsei University, Seoul, Korea chihoon@yonsei.ac.kr, jhoonlee@yonsei.ac.kr, bizajou@yonsei.ac.kr, jeongky@yonsei.ac.kr Abstract In recent years, the emergence of the term IT Governance (ITG) has pointed to

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    Case Study Week 3 (Gm 591 Leadership and Organizational Behavior)

    Case Study week 3 GM 591 Leadership and Organizational Behavior March 18, 2012 When becoming a team there are several stages that the team must go through and must go through them in order. Forming is the first stage then storming, norming, performing, and then adojourning is the last stage. Christines group has already done the forming, storming stages. At this point I think they are in the norming and the performing stages. They are in the norming stage because this is where the members really

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    Unit 5 ‘Complete” 1. In a narrative form, discuss the key facts and critical issues presented in the case.  Specifically, highlight the critical issues facing the Bank of America's I & D team. The case study of Bank of America as presented in the Harvard Business Review, Bank of America (BoA) experienced many issues found in organizations as they interject change in efforts to continually evolve. BoA, in the early 2000’s, was a juggernaut in the global banking and financial industry

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