HRMT 620 MBA Canadian Business

HRMT 620 MBA Canadian Business

Your task is to analyze the job description – provided for HR Professionals – in the light of theory and concepts learned in this course:
1.You are required to select one HR related professional job (Skill level A) from Canadian Government NOC list, link provided, then lookup for similar job title’s description as provided by any BC (British Columbia) based company to see if there are any differences in the job description:
Explain the reason for changes – if any – in  BC based HR professional job description
1.Do you think the job description as provided in NOC list is apt and carefully outlines the major duties of the role across Canada?
You can analyze job tasks and sub tasks here
You might want to consider the level of desired education in here as well
1.If you were asked to update the Job description what changes would you make and why?
HRMT 620 MBA Canadian Business

MGMT1201 Introduction To Business Communication

MGMT1201 Introduction To Business Communication

Task:

Assignment Overview:

The purpose of this assignment is to reflect, research and explore how the successful business book, The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen Covey, is important to becoming a better communicator, leader and employee in the workplace by creating a newsletter that explores the main ideas of the book using a variety of properties common to an internal business newsletter.

Learning Outcomes

Upon successful completion of this assignment, you will be able to:

1. Create digitally-written professional communications for readability, coherence, clarity, conciseness, and tone.

2. Demonstrate self-reflection and strengthen intrapersonal skills

The following is a list of ideas to include in your newsletter. You are not limited to this list. Be creative (Adapted from Sims, 2018).

Anniversaries or Milestones: Giving a “shout out” in the newsletter is a great way to recognize employees and make them feel appreciated. Who has achieved leadership awards or milestones? Did the book contribute to these milestones? Are there other awards to apply for in the future?

Create a “Top 10 List”: No one can resist a good list. What are good reasons for reading this book?

Behind the Scenes: What goes in each department and how do they do what they do? Employees understanding the goals, struggles and strengths of their colleagues helps them connect their personal work to the bigger picture. Does one topic in particular from the book lend itself to a particular department or challenge at Byron Resources?

Recommend Additional Reading: Connecting employees to more resources provides more engagement, which will either give employees more context for the book or further entice employees to read the book and attend the retreat.

Inspirational Quotes: A great way to break up content. Keep it leadership focused, particularly how it relates to the book.

Employee Profiles or Stories: These personalize the office. Has anyone read this book before? What did they think?

Contests: Everyone likes to win stuff! Is the Franklin Institute offering a workshop in your area soon? Can employees travel to a workshop as a prize?

Articles about the Theme of the Retreat: Why was this book chosen? How does it contribute to the theme?

Business Changes: How will the book change how employees view leadership?

Details of the Retreat: How will the book be used during the retreat?

Advice Column: How can problems at Byron Resources be resolved by the ideas in the book?

FAQ: Important questions answered so employees don’t give up before they get started. Where can they get a copy of the book? Is there an electronic version? Video? Why is one version better over another?

Training Opportunities: Byron Resources values employees continued education and growth. How does the book accomplish this?

Competitor News: Show how employee efforts to read the book, attend the workshop, develop new skills gives them a competitive advantage.

Reviews and Positive Critiques: Entice staff with these positive messages.

Visuals and Graphics: Create immediate interest by capturing their attention, not just a copy of the cover of the book or an image of Stephen Covey…think outside the box!
MGMT1201 Introduction To Business Communication

ACT506 Accounting Information Systems

ACT506 Accounting Information Systems

Task

Given that you are presently or recently, been employed/involved in some project/company/ organization (manufacturing or service). You may not have been the Project Manager, but could have played some role in the project/company/organization. REQUIRED: Answer the following questions in the context of the project/company/organization:

Q1. Clearly outline the objective(s) of the project.

Q2. Discuss specifically how this project meets the definition of a project used in this course.

Q3. Clearly identify the project constraints.

Q4. What were the functions of the Project Manager?

Q5. What risks were present in the project and how were the risks dealt with?
ACT506 Accounting Information Systems

BSS057-6 Corporate Innovation And Entrepreneurship

BSS057-6 Corporate Innovation And Entrepreneurship

Task:

Learning Outcomes

On completion of this unit you should be able to:

1 Demonstrate the following knowledge and understanding

2.Demonstrate a systematic understanding and critical appreciation of theories and models of creativity, innovation, entrepreneurship and change management in the context of contemporary organisations.

3. Demonstrate the following skills and abilities

4. Synthesise individual and organisational theoretical perspectives to systematically promote the potential for creativity, innovation, entrepreneurship and change in practice.

Assessment Details

Aims and learning outcomes determine the need to develop a critical understanding of how creativity, innovation and entrepreneurship might be enhanced and sustained. You will produce two assignments that demonstrate all learning outcomes.  

Assignment 1 You will develop a plan for an organisation to promote creative thinking with a view to enhancing innovation and corporate entrepreneurship. You will need to include an in-depth literature review critically evaluating alternative contemporary perspectives in order to draw meaningful conclusions and develop feasible recommendations to the organisation. You will present your analysis and plan in a 2400-word report.

Assignment 2 An in-depth evaluation of creativity, innovation and entrepreneurship in a case study organisation or live project.  You are required to use influential contemporary theories to analyse in-depth and synthesise organisational systems leading to clear conclusions and feasible recommendations. You will write a report of 3600 words.

A random sample of students will be called for a viva voce examination to ensure authenticity.

Threshold expectations

In order to pass Assessment 1 you will need to:

1. Demonstrate an adequate knowledge and understanding of challenges and opportunities in promoting organisational creativity and innovation or developing corporate entrepreneurship. 

2. Synthesise alternative perspectives of influential contemporary theorists, contributors and models.

In order to pass Assessment 2 you will need to:

1. Demonstrate adequate knowledge, skills, abilities and approaches necessary to effectively orchestrate organisational systems to promote and sustain creativity, innovation and entrepreneurship and manage change. 

2. Synthesise capability across multiple levels to add value and optimise creativity, innovation and organisational performance.

BSS057-6 Corporate Innovation And Entrepreneurship

BSS057-6 Corporate Innovation And Entrepreneurship

BSS057-6 Corporate Innovation And Entrepreneurship

Task:

Learning Outcomes

On completion of this unit you should be able to:

1 Demonstrate the following knowledge and understanding

2.Demonstrate a systematic understanding and critical appreciation of theories and models of creativity, innovation, entrepreneurship and change management in the context of contemporary organisations.

3. Demonstrate the following skills and abilities

4. Synthesise individual and organisational theoretical perspectives to systematically promote the potential for creativity, innovation, entrepreneurship and change in practice.

Assessment Details

Aims and learning outcomes determine the need to develop a critical understanding of how creativity, innovation and entrepreneurship might be enhanced and sustained. You will produce two assignments that demonstrate all learning outcomes.  

Assignment 1 You will develop a plan for an organisation to promote creative thinking with a view to enhancing innovation and corporate entrepreneurship. You will need to include an in-depth literature review critically evaluating alternative contemporary perspectives in order to draw meaningful conclusions and develop feasible recommendations to the organisation. You will present your analysis and plan in a 2400-word report.

Assignment 2 An in-depth evaluation of creativity, innovation and entrepreneurship in a case study organisation or live project.  You are required to use influential contemporary theories to analyse in-depth and synthesise organisational systems leading to clear conclusions and feasible recommendations. You will write a report of 3600 words.

A random sample of students will be called for a viva voce examination to ensure authenticity.

Threshold expectations

In order to pass Assessment 1 you will need to:

1. Demonstrate an adequate knowledge and understanding of challenges and opportunities in promoting organisational creativity and innovation or developing corporate entrepreneurship. 

2. Synthesise alternative perspectives of influential contemporary theorists, contributors and models.

In order to pass Assessment 2 you will need to:

1. Demonstrate adequate knowledge, skills, abilities and approaches necessary to effectively orchestrate organisational systems to promote and sustain creativity, innovation and entrepreneurship and manage change. 

2. Synthesise capability across multiple levels to add value and optimise creativity, innovation and organisational performance.
BSS057-6 Corporate Innovation And Entrepreneurship

MKTM028-Strategic Marketing

MKTM028-Strategic Marketing

Task

This assignment has been designed to allow students the opportunity to explore the underlying importance and application of marketing concepts, and to develop key academic skills

Assessment Task

It is proposed that the concept of marketing orientation has a number of components:

customer orientation: understanding customers well enough continuously to create superior value for them;

competitor orientation: awareness of the short- and long-term capabilities of competitors;

interfunctional co-ordination: using all company resources to create value for target customers;

organisational culture: linking employee and managerial behaviour to customer satisfaction;

long-term creation of shareholder value: as the overriding business objective.

You are required to produce an essay that demonstrates your understanding of key aspects of different business orientations and the supremacy of a marketing orientation.

Learning Outcomes

1.Critically select and apply relevant marketing theories, conceptual models and frameworks in the development of marketing strategies within a dynamic business environment to produce superior marketplace performance.

2.Demonstrate knowledge applied to evaluate marketing practice in relation to the cross-functional aspects of business & management with the goal of enhancing long-term shareholder value 

BSS057-6 Corporate Innovation And Entrepreneurship

BSS057-6 Corporate Innovation And Entrepreneurship

Task:

Learning Outcomes

On completion of this unit you should be able to:

1 Demonstrate the following knowledge and understanding

2.Demonstrate a systematic understanding and critical appreciation of theories and models of creativity, innovation, entrepreneurship and change management in the context of contemporary organisations.

3. Demonstrate the following skills and abilities

4. Synthesise individual and organisational theoretical perspectives to systematically promote the potential for creativity, innovation, entrepreneurship and change in practice.

Assessment Details

Aims and learning outcomes determine the need to develop a critical understanding of how creativity, innovation and entrepreneurship might be enhanced and sustained. You will produce two assignments that demonstrate all learning outcomes.  

Assignment 1 You will develop a plan for an organisation to promote creative thinking with a view to enhancing innovation and corporate entrepreneurship. You will need to include an in-depth literature review critically evaluating alternative contemporary perspectives in order to draw meaningful conclusions and develop feasible recommendations to the organisation. You will present your analysis and plan in a 2400-word report.

Assignment 2 An in-depth evaluation of creativity, innovation and entrepreneurship in a case study organisation or live project.  You are required to use influential contemporary theories to analyse in-depth and synthesise organisational systems leading to clear conclusions and feasible recommendations. You will write a report of 3600 words.

A random sample of students will be called for a viva voce examination to ensure authenticity.

Threshold expectations

In order to pass Assessment 1 you will need to:

1. Demonstrate an adequate knowledge and understanding of challenges and opportunities in promoting organisational creativity and innovation or developing corporate entrepreneurship. 

2. Synthesise alternative perspectives of influential contemporary theorists, contributors and models.

In order to pass Assessment 2 you will need to:

1. Demonstrate adequate knowledge, skills, abilities and approaches necessary to effectively orchestrate organisational systems to promote and sustain creativity, innovation and entrepreneurship and manage change. 

2. Synthesise capability across multiple levels to add value and optimise creativity, innovation and organisational performance.

NS5064P Introduction To Advanced Practice Concepts

NS5064P Introduction To Advanced Practice Concepts

Essay Write about three concepts of advanced practice you have learned about in the module. Examples of concepts include: 1 Standards and regulation of practice (national and international) 2 independent practice 3 competencies in advanced practice 4 multidisciplinary team 5 autonomy 6 collaboration 7 accountability 8 facilitators and barriers to advanced practice

NS5064P Introduction To Advanced Practice Concepts

CMGT 244 Week 2 Individual Assignment

CMGT 244 Week 2 Individual Assignment

This document of CMGT 244 Week 2 Individual Assignment includes answers to the next questions:

What is the difference between a DRP and a BCP?  What is the purpose of a Disaster Recovery Plan (DRP)?What are the key elements of a DRP?What are the five methods of testing a DRP?Why does a DRP require testing?

This file of CMGT 244 Week 3 Discussion Questions comprises:

DQ 1: How does logical security differ from physical security? Provide several examples?

DQ2: What are some physical security threats in your company? What suggestions would you make to correct these concerns?

DQ 3: Based on the Woodward (2008) article, do you think advances in wireless technology have outrun advances in wireless security? What impact will WPA2 have on wireless security?

 

Seaport Bus 100 Mid-term Quiz

Seaport Bus 100 Mid-term Quiz

Question

Question 1: If a country imports more than it exports, its balance of trade is said to be favorable.

Question 2: Corporate culture has little real influence on the performance of a firm.

Question 3: Accounting and investments are specialized areas within financial management.

Question 4: Middle managers implement the strategy developed by top management.

Question 5: In support of their position, proponents of the socioeconomic model argue that businesses should be allowed to ignore social issues.

Question 6: A working knowledge of our business system combined with technical skills can give an applicant an advantage in looking for a job.

Question 7: Information on evolving technologies, industry staffing practices, projected economic trends, the particular company’s future business ventures, new products, and projected expansions or contractions of certain product lines can be helpful in predicting.

Question 8: There are six steps involved in the task of organizing a firm’s structure.

Question: Blowfish Fisheries is considering hiring Hispanics to ensure the success of its newest products, blowfish enchiladas. The company expects that the additional cultural viewpoints will provide it with ___________________.

Question 9: When Serena from the United States flies to Scotland on a Canadian airline, stays in an Edinburgh hotel, and buys many wool sweaters from Scotland to bring home, she is

Question 10: President Franklin D. Roosevelt declare that consumers are entitled to safety, to be informed, to choose, and to be heard.

Question 11: A general partner is responsible for any debts of the partnership regardless of whether he or she was directly involved in the transaction that created the debt.

Question 12: A task force is a committee responsible for investigating a major problem or pending decision.

Question 13: Human resources management consists of or includes all activities involved in acquiring, maintaining, and developing an organization’s human resources

Question 14: Consumer advocates, such as Ralph Nader, take it upon themselves to protect the rights of consumers.

Question 15: Money invested in small firms with the potential to become very successful is known as venture capital.

Question 16: Lois walked into ABC Company to pick up an application for a secretarial job. When she asked about the duties and working conditions, the busy receptionist handed her a document that gave her a clear picture of the position. The receptionist gave Lois a job ______________.

Question 17: Atlas Company pays workers $500 for recommendations that result in a hiring. In two years, the company has hired at least forty people through this program. Atlas Company is fulfilling its employment needs by using __________ as a recruiting source.

Question 18: The Kingdom of Mocha enjoys no absolute advantage in crude oil, diamonds, or wool. However, the Mochans manufacture high-quality bows and arrows. Which statement about the Mochans is true?

Question 19: The company you work for recently has committed itself to implementing a program of social responsibility. After the company has gotten the commitment of top executives, planned the program, and appointed a program director, you suggest that a (n) __________________ be prepared periodically to evaluate the success of the program.

Question 20: It is important for a manager to understand the ________ of subordinates in order to encourage effective performance.

Question 21: A group of similar products that differ only in relatively minor characteristics is called _________ : 

Question 22: ______________ is a necessary and extremely important by-product of free enterprise.

Question 23: In the mid-1970’s, American auto manufacturers produced big gas-guzzling cars and tried to sell them to consumers who needed fuel-efficient transportation. This happen because manufactures

Question 24: Which one of the following is the most likely example of a production industry?

Question 25:A large computer manufacturer forbids its executives and managers from serving as directors or officers for Intel Corporation or any other corporations from which it might purchase component parts. The company is trying to prevent

Question 26: The simplest form of business owned and operated by one person is called a _________.

Question 27: The results of an evaluation should be discussed with an employee soon after the evaluation is completed

Question 28: Michael Tucker operates Tucker Farms in northern Illinois. Last year his annual receipts were just under $750,000. According to the Small Business Administration Tucker Farms is a

Question 29: The partner who can lose only what he/she has invested in a business is the

Question 30: The 1998 annual report for Sears shows that, since 1978, it has experienced dramatic changes in the composition of its workforce. Sears has increased the number of women, blacks, and Hispanics in all job categories, including managerial, technical, and sales positions. This increase is most likely due to the company’s ____________

Question 31: The Acme Toy Company introduced a new electric train, the Silver Bullet, in its Christmas catalog last year. Within four days of the catalog’s mailing date, Acme had received phone orders for its entire inventory of trains. Mike Wright, the sales manager responsible for the Silver Bullet, was delighted with the product’s success. However, his excitement was overshadowed by the _________ cost resulting from lost sales that his division would suffer.

Question 32: Small businesses are typically managed by

Question 33: An executive at a U.S. steel company uses growth in gross domestic product as one way to develop trends in industry steel use, so he records GDP change for each year on a graph. However, the executive’s figures are considerably higher than those of the staff economist, who also has drawn a graph. This difference is most likely the result of

Question 34: To qualify as a small business, a manufacturing plant can employ no more than _______ people.

Question 35: The fact that insulin and xerography both originated with individual inventors and small companies is testimony to the poser of small businesses as providers of

Question 36: Carl Smith overheard that Joe Dunn was blowing the whistle on managers at XYZ Company and that a full story would appear in Sunday’s paper. Carl quickly alerted the managers, who were able to stop the newspaper from printing the article. This is an example of managers’