Leadership theory 3

: Leadership theory 3
critical review of leadership aspects in the movies shown . 5 pages for each movie separately.
explain about movie as leadership and what you saw in the movie made wrong or right from what the leader has do or not do
1. the smartest Guys in the room – Eron case.
2. Hillsborough- the 1989 Hillsborough disaster
3. 13 Days- the 1962 Cuban Missile Crisis

Fema Risk Management

 Fema Risk Management
Please write a 7 page essay based on the attached reference. the accompanying papers should be 5 to 10 pages long. Grading will focus on the thoroughness and clarity of information presented, (or is the audience left scratching its head wondering what was that all about?); the relationship of information to real world events, (it might work in the movies but how about where the rubber meets the road?); the presentation ability to achieve its intended goal (Was the audience “sold?”).

strategic management

strategic management
Please make a title for the paper
INDIVIDUAL ASSIGNMENT
Background:
The evolution of one telecommunications enterprise and the demise of another can be very much determined by the strategic analysis it undertakes along with a number of other associated factors. Therefore the selection of relevant analytical processes and understanding of their contribution can be critically important.
Your Task:
you are required to develop a detailed 3000 word (+/- 10%) written assignment applying and critically evaluating three of the following analytical processes with respect to the three mobile phone manufacturers, Microsoft Nokia, Samsung and Apple. Your analysis can be applied to one, two or a combination of all three organisations. You are required to select and evaluate any three from the following: Yip’s Drivers of Internationalisation, Johnson’s Culture Web, Porter’s Diamond, Bowman’s Strategy Clock, Porter’s Generic Strategies and McKinsey’s 7-S Framework.
Guidance:
You are required to explore where the processes may have advantages and disadvantages, within this sector, where they may be most effective, how you would mitigate any identified deficiencies, in essence a comprehensive critique. Your analysis must apply a practical approach to the real issues that occur within the telecommunications industries to illustrate and underpin your opinions, observations, thoughts and knowledge.
General Assessment Considerations
Aside from the basic considerations of legibility, structure and presentation, emphasis in assessing your written work at final degree level will be placed on your demonstration of:
1. Evidence of research, information gathering, understanding and opinion.
2. A critical theoretical evaluation of the models used during the process.
3. A structured framework for your evaluation and a clear and coherent approach to communicating your ideas.
you must go to have a look at this website, because this website is from our tutor made a guideline for the assignment: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JkVrXry50dY&feature=youtu.be
and use this book which we use for this subject:Exploring strategy: text & cases – Gerry Johnson, Richard Whittington, Duncan Angwin, Kevan Scholes 2014

Irish tidal energy

Irish tidal energy
This is not an engineering project it is a project management project so you do not need to be specific on the numbers ( not a real company or numbers ).
the module is taken from the book named (project management a managerial approach copy right 2009 john wiley & sons, Inc)

What is management?

What is management?
a 4 direct quotes from the book ” management it’s not what you think” by Henry Mintzberg (Author), Bruce Ahlstrand (Author), Joseph Lampel (Author). What is management? provide an answer to this question in reference to the book and the essay should contain 4 direct quotes from the book.

(4.8) You be the Consultant Forum

(4.8) You be the Consultant Forum
(4.8) You be the Consultant Forum
After completing and posting your Organizational Scandal Report, create one (1) discussion forum entry below. Respond to two (2) different Organizational Scandal Reports by selecting one (1) of the questions below for each response. You may choose your own report for one of your responses.
Answer one of the questions below, per report you choose to respond to, after reviewing the Organizational Scandal Reports posted to assignment 4.7. Type one (1) to two (2) paragraphs for your response to each report, for a combined total of two (2) to three (3) paragraphs. Feel free to choose to answer one question below for your response one report, and choose a second question below to respond to the second report. Here are the available response questions for this activity:
•Question Option # 1: What kind of action did the organization take to address the scandal? What kinds of changes were made within the organization?
•Question Option # 2: As a leadership consultant, was this addressed effectively? What do you think would have been the most effective way to address this scandal? What could this organization have done differently?
•Question Option # 3: What advice would you give to leadership within an organization to avoid this type of corruption of power? Are there policies or procedures that could be put in place to prevent it?

Strategic Management

Strategic Management
Read the Dr. Pepper/7Up, Inc. Case Study on pages 172-191 in our textbook, and answer the questions below in essay format. Your response should be a minimum of 500 words total. You are required to use at least your textbook as source material. All sources used, including the textbook, must be referenced; paraphrased and quoted material must have accompanying citations using APA format.
1. What is the offering concept? What does this mean for Dr. Pepper/7Up Inc.?
2. How would you characterize the competitive situation for Dr. Pepper/7Up, Inc. and Squirt in the U.S.
carbonated soft drink industry?
3. What are the possible new offering decisions for Squirt Brand?
4. Given your assessment of the competitive situation, what are the pros and cons of: (a) continuing Squirt’s present market targeting and positioning approach and (b) adopting the recommendations made by Foote, Cone & Belding?
5. Might another market targeting and positioning approach be developed? If so, what would this approach look like, and why would it be preferable?
6. Where does Squirt Brand get its brand equity from? Explain your answer.
7. Describe the branding strategy being used for Squirt Brand.
2 pages and  the title to be Dr. Pepper/7Up, Inc. Case Study.
at least 8 citations.
at least 2 references (including the text). Please list the text as a reference.
Course Textbook
Kerin, R., & Peterson, R. (2010). Strategic marketing problems: Cases and comments (12th ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall.

Strategic Management

Strategic Management
Fe’nix Del Sur Case Study
Read the Fe’nix Del Sur Case Study on pages 77-79. Answer the five questions listed below in essay format. Your response should be a minimum of 500 words. You are required to use at least your textbook as source material. All sources used, including the textbook, must be referenced; paraphrased and quoted material must have accompanying citations using APA format.
1. Use the DECIDE process to evaluate one of the decisions Fe’nix Del Sur is faced with.
2. What are the four analytical categories to examine when formulating a case analysis? Apply the
categories to the Fe’nix Del Sur case.
3. What is the market for Fe’nix Del Sur? How is that market currently being segmented?
4. What are the possible target markets being considered by Fe’nix Del Sur?
5. What is Fe’nix’s distinctive competency?
2 pages and the title to be Fe’nix Del Sur Case Study.
at least 8 citations.
at least 2 references
(including the text). Please list the text as a reference.
Course Textbook:
Kerin, R., & Peterson, R. (2010). Strategic marketing problems: Cases and comments (12th ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall.

knowledge management

 knowledge management
Assignment Question
To what extent can Human Resource Management support organisations in
designing and delivering appropriate policies for the management of knowledge
work and knowledge workers?
Approaching the question
Start by reading KEY READING 4 from the module booklet, i.e. ‘Chapter 2:
Knowledge-Intensive Organizations’ (from Newell, S. et al (2002). Managing
Management in the Innovation Process’, and then associated readings from the
Management in the Innovation Process’, and then associated readings from the
Tam, M. et al ‘Chapter 8: Organizational and Occupational Commitment:
Knowledge Workers in Large Corporations; Storey, J. ‘Chapter 9: Human Resource Policies for Knowledge Work’; and Lengnick-Hall, M. and Lengnick-Hall, C. ‘Chapter 14: HR’s Role in Building Relationship Networks’.
You should employ appropriate examples to illustrate your answer, preferably from
understand or apply the material.
the module booklet or textbook, as this does not demonstrate your ability to
understand or apply the material.
Students are reminded that whilst some questions may very evidently refer to a
particular unit they are all designed to span issues across the entire module. A full

 

project management

 project management
On successful completion of this assignment you will be able to:
• Discuss and explain the fundamental concepts of project management and the tasks required in managing a project
• Discuss and explain the fundamental concepts of project management and the tasks required in managing a project
• Report on a project’s progress; design and prepare closure evaluation and reports
• Design and submit a project plan, presentation and final project.
There are two parts to the assessment of the module. The two parts must be completed as individual assignments, not with other students. All two parts must relate to a specific project management topic of your choice You should discuss your ideas for a suitable topic with the module tutor and get his agreement to the suitability of the chosen topic before starting substantive work on the first assignment. One potential area, for example, would be to examine a major project that had gone particularly badly (or well) to see what lessons could be learned. Other ideas include: are public sector project managers adequately prepared to take on large projects?; the leadership styles of successful project managers; Agile v traditional project management approaches; Belbin’s team roles in a project context; and the key to building effective project teams.
The project management topic should be one that, in principle, it would be realistic for you as a student to research, within a period of no more than three months of full-time study. You must assume for the purposes of your Project Plan that you would collect primary data for the project and that you could get access to suitable individuals or companies (e.g. experienced project managers in different fields, orThe project management topic should be one that, in principle, it would be realistic for you as a student to research, within a period of no more than three months of full-time study. You must assume for the purposes of your Project Plan that you would collect primary data for the project and that you could get access to suitable individuals or companies (e.g. experienced project managers in different fields, or key individuals who were involved in a specific project).
The project management topic should be one that, in principle, it would be realistic for you as a student to research, within a period of no more than three months of full-time study. You must assume for the purposes of your Project Plan that you would collect primary data for the project and that you could get access to suitable individuals or companies (e.g. experienced project managers in different fields, orThe project management topic should be one that, in principle, it would be realistic for you as a student to research, within a period of no more than three months of full-time study. You must assume for the purposes of your Project Plan that you would collect primary data for the project and that you could get access to suitable individuals or companies (e.g. experienced project managers in different fields, or key individuals who were involved in a specific project).