Discuss potential outcomes of employee commitment, compliance and/or resistance.

Identify several work situations in which the use of “hard power” (coercive, reward, legitimate) might be appropriate. For each situation:Provide rationale for why the use of hard power is appropriate.Discuss potential outcomes of employee commitment, compliance and/or resistance.Identify several work situations in which “soft power” (expert, referent) might be appropriate. For each situation:Provide rationale for why the use of soft power is appropriate.Discuss potential outcomes of employee commitment, compliance and/or resistance.Identify several work situations in which the use of “hard power” (coercive, reward, legitimate) might be appropriate. For each situation:Identify several work situations in which “soft power” (expert, referent) might be appropriate. For each situation:

What can a company do to detect and combat the efforts of unscrupulous foreign suppliers to deceive inspection/compliance teams?

Detecting unethical practices at supplier factories, to include monitoring and compliance, is a major challenge to say the least. Yet, wages drive cost and its an absolute necessity to maintain the lowest cost in production of any good. Or is it???This week, focus on debate! Start or select a fellow student’s side, and either support or argue against, that position. Teamwork!But be constructive in your approach.1. Discuss how important is it for companies such as Nike and Wal-Mart that source extensively from foreign suppliers located in countries where wages are low and substandard working conditions are common to institute supplier codes of conduct and undertake programs to monitor and ensure supplier compliance with these codes of conduct?2. Would you recommend that a company join the Fair Labor Association and use FLAs standards and program of factory audits instead of trying to set up its own supplier monitoring and compliance effort?3. What can a company do to detect and combat the efforts of unscrupulous foreign suppliers to deceive inspection/compliance teams?Detecting unethical practices at supplier factories, to include monitoring and compliance, is a major challenge to say the least. Yet, wages drive cost and its an absolute necessity to maintain the lowest cost in production of any good. Or is it???This week, focus on debate! Start or select a fellow student’s side, and either support or argue against, that position. Teamwork!But be constructive in your approach.1. Discuss how important is it for companies such as Nike and Wal-Mart that source extensively from foreign suppliers located in countries where wages are low and substandard working conditions are common to institute supplier codes of conduct and undertake programs to monitor and ensure supplier compliance with these codes of conduct?2. Would you recommend that a company join the Fair Labor Association and use FLAs standards and program of factory audits instead of trying to set up its own supplier monitoring and compliance effort?3. What can a company do to detect and combat the efforts of unscrupulous foreign suppliers to deceive inspection/compliance teams?

How might stronger strategic planning and/or management skills help someone avoid a similar shortfall in the future?

Have you ever tried or watched someone else try to manage a budget or time only to come up short at the end of the week or month? What were the circumstances that contributed to the shortfall? How might stronger strategic planning and/or management skills help someone avoid a similar shortfall in the future?

Ways a company can use E-Commerce and Mobile Technologies to increase its visibility and sale.

A company is experiencing decline in business because of competition.The manager thinks they may be able to turn the company around if they can get help from an IT professional on E-Commerce and Mobile Technologies.Assume company is a traditional retail entity similar to Sears, Macy’s or K-Mart, suggest ways so that company can use E-Commerce and Mobile Technologies to increase its visibility and sales.A company is experiencing decline in business because of competition.The manager thinks they may be able to turn the company around if they can get help from an IT professional on E-Commerce and Mobile Technologies.Assume company is a traditional retail entity similar to Sears, Macy’s or K-Mart, suggest ways so that company can use E-Commerce and Mobile Technologies to increase its visibility and sales.

What are some ideas for a procurement, operations, and marketing strategy?

Making a pretend business for a class at school. We are a smartphone producer based out of China. We need to describe our business plan and why wholesalers will choose us instead of the competition.What are some ideas for a procurement, operations, and marketing strategy?What are some ideas for a procurement, operations, and marketing strategy?

What are the ways provider tries to make a service tangible to the consumer?

What are the ways provider tries to make a service tangible to the consumer?How does it try to differentiate its service from those of its competitor?What are the ways provider tries to make a service tangible to the consumer?How does it try to differentiate its service from those of its competitor?

Explain the difference between change order and contract modification in federal contracting.

Explain the definition of “excusable delay” and provide an example in federal contracting.Explain the difference between change order and contract modification in federal contractingExplain the definition of “excusable delay” and provide an example in federal contracting.Explain the difference between change order and contract modification in federal contracting

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