info@globalessay.co.uk 02071172521 Earn points and get rewarded with £20 CASH BACK. My Account at Globalessay Login

FREE SAMPLES

Managing Financial Resources and Decisions

The report has discussed the key factors of managing financial resources and decision making. Also the importance of managing cash inflows and cash outflows for a business has been highlighted. The key factors to be considered in preparing cash budgets and the process of preparing budgets has been discussed. On the other hand the purposes of the main financial statements produced by any business and how the format of these financial statements can vary with the size of the businesses have been evaluated. Also information needs of different users of financial statements have been assessed.

Different sources of finance available for a business have been discussed by considering different debt and equity financing options. The implication of the different sources of finance is explained using different examples. In addition the impacts on financial statements due to obtaining these sources of finance are further evaluated.

... Continue reading
Published: 22 Feb 2018 Views: 3 Type: Report Writing

Aspects of Contract and Negligence for Businesss

This assignment is discussing about the aspects of contract law, and negligence by applying to the different practical scenario. According to that in the first part of the assignment is discussing about the essential elements, terms & conditions of a valid contract. In the second part, the elements, terms and conditions are identified in the section one has been applied to the current business situations & practical life. In third part, tort liability, negligence of tots and contractual liability is discussed. And section four this theories were in section two applied or theory mode. And at the finale, merit and distinctions part have been answered.

... Continue reading
Published: 05 Mar 2018 Views: 3 Type: Assignment

Financial Systems and Auditing

The report is based on numerous scenarios relating to financial systems and auditing. The report first discusses the importance of maintaining accurate and effective accounting records within a business. The different purposes of accounting records, importance of accounting concepts and influential factors of accounting systems within an organisation are discussed in detail. The next section of the report discusses the impact of negligence and non-compliance of financial regulations and business risk management. The planning process of an audit is evaluated, in terms of the scope, materiality and risk of an audit. The final section of the report discusses the various purposes and types of audit reports and presents a draft template of an audit report and a management letter.

... Continue reading
Published: 09 Apr 2018 Views: 1 Type: Essay

Employee Resourcing

The process is attracting individuals on a timely basis, in sufficient numbers and with appropriate qualifications, to apply for jobs with an organisation. Most organisations have to have a very critical selection process for each of the position regardless of the position or the level the candidate might be joining. Why you might wonder? This is due to the fact that each person abilities, skills, commitment and goals will differ. The following assignment is going to be based in the FMCG industry for one of the largest companies of Unilever UK and Ireland which requires a candidate for its Brand Manager Position.

... Continue reading
Published: 05 Mar 2018 Views: 1 Type: Literature Review

Housing Economics

INTRODUCTION

 According to Smith (1776: p. 525), the markets are surviving through the behaviours of demand and supply. Therefore the demand and supply is known as the main market forces that shape the business as well as customer practices. However with the fluctuations taken place in the demand and supply the whole market system changes, as it depended upon the main market sources. The demand and the supply can be influenced by several factors. The studies of Smith (1776: p. 525), specifically elaborated that the use of price as the invisible hand in the market, to determine the interest of the both customers and the suppliers. Therefore the main influential factor for both demand and supply is the price. Howell (2004: p. 122), has argued that the price and  the  quantity demand and supply are having a two way relationship, which influence the both rises and collapse of the quantities as well as the price.

... Continue reading
Published: 06 Nov 2018 Views: 0 Type: Assignment

Contemparary Strategic Management

INTRODUCTION

Strategic management practices of a business organisations are specifically assessing about the action plan of the business for the accomplishment of the set objectives. The process of strategic plan starts with the identification of the core values of the business and thereby it assess whether the business is operating in the correct path. This report specifically assesses the strategic management practices of the Tesco PLC, by observing the current actions proceeds of the business in their business activities. Through the identification of the current strategic position of the business, the report is basically aimed to derive future implications for the business for further successful proceedings. The first section of the report specifically discusses about the current position of the business and the second chapter is to derive successful future implications for the business based on their identified current position.

... Continue reading
Published: 06 Nov 2018 Views: 0 Type: Assignment

Strategic Management Analysis

This study is a detailed examination of Starbucks and its external environment. First there is an introduction to the company. Thereafter the external environment in UK and in the world is dictated relating to the coffee business. Next is a discussion of the internal strategies, core competencies and the resources of the company. Subsequently the extent to which the external factors and the company competencies match each other is identified. Theories are explained in between the facts to get a thorough understanding of the situation. Finally the conclusion is dictated.

... Continue reading
Published: 06 Nov 2018 Views: 0 Type: Report Writing

Strategic Management

 

Strategic position analysis of the business is having considerable importance to the short term as well as long tem to the decision making process of the organisation. Mainly strategic analysis tools are used to analyse the external and internal environment of the organisation (Nedelea and Păun, 2009). Through that the firm will be able to recognise the expectations of the stakeholders, competition level, market position and nature of the competitors, strength of the competitors, consumer expectations, market availabilities, new requirements of the markets, improvements are expected by the customers and as the result of all these findings the organisation will be able to prepare long-term and short term production and marketing plan.

 

According to that here going to analyse the strategic position of J – Sainsbury PLC, UK with aspects of SWOT, PESTEL and Porter’s Five forces analysis and trying to get some idea of company’s strategic position for the long term and short term decision making practices.

 

... Continue reading
Published: 06 Nov 2018 Views: 0 Type: Report Writing

Strategic Management at Tesco & Sainsbury

 

 This assignment is concerned with strategic management. This report is divided into three main parts and Tesco and Sainsbury are used to compare the strategic management process of two companies. The first part focus on business economics, the financial performance of two companies is discussed with appropriate techniques that are used by the companies. The second part of the report looks at the strategy and process of both Tesco and Sainsbury. The strategies and processes use by these two companies are explained with their effectiveness and support to achieve the expected strategic objectives. The third part of the report focuses on international marketing in both Tesco and Sainsbury and a comparison of the marketing techniques and procedures that are used by both of the companies. The annual report details of Tesco and Sainsbury and real examples from the companies are used to do a better comparison of strategic management process of two companies.

... Continue reading
Published: 06 Nov 2018 Views: 0 Type: Report Writing

Strategic Management

 

Strategy is a critical aspect of an organisation which gives an overall picture of the organisation. Strategy can be defined as a plan to achieve certain objectives from the company’s capabilities and resources. In this study attention is paid to identify different schools of thought on strategy, complexity theory and its implications, evaluation of Porter’s five forces and Porter’s generic strategies. This assignment also further explains practical issues and lessons effecting strategic decisions of an organisation. Also attention is paid how Semco as an organisation not having a proper strategy, challenges the school of thoughts on strategy.

... Continue reading
Published: 06 Nov 2018 Views: 0 Type: Report Writing

Strategic Management

 

This assignment is based on the case study of the Kiddicare care company and through the research it is mainly focussed the company strategic management and how the administrative manager can implement strategies to change the company environment and to develop the business in the competitive marketplace. It is discussing about the strategic management, the importance of strategic management, competitor analysis, porter’s five forces and importance of analysis competitors, evolutionary approach to change, Strategic Drift and etc. It is important to make such assignment because it increases the knowledge about the theoretical aspects as well as the practical scenarios through this type of case studies.

... Continue reading
Published: 06 Nov 2018 Views: 0 Type: Report Writing

Strategic Management

 

For an organization to perform well in the industry, there should be a clear guidance which sets by themselves to eliminate slipping out of the track they expected. This is why it is important to set up a strategy, especially when setting up a new venture. As per Stokes and Wilson (2010:p.219) this will enable them to have a clear view about their purpose of long term direction, scope of the organisation’s activities which they need to focus on, the ways they are going to face the challenges from the external environment, the way they are going to use the organisation’s internal resources and competencies effectively and how they are going to deliver the highest possible value to the people who depend on the firm.

... Continue reading
Published: 06 Nov 2018 Views: 0 Type: Report Writing

Strategic Management

 TASK 1: Entrepreneurship
Introduction
This section discusses the entrepreneurship activities based on effectuation model and causation model. Entrepreneurs use one of the best possible models based on their business expectations. At the beginning of the section understands the managing aspect of entrepreneurship. Next, identifies idea generation towards the start up of a new enterprise. Following section discusses the models of entrepreneurship. Also understands the characteristics of entrepreneurship. The next section is used to discuss causation and effectuation on entrepreneurship. After that considers the difference between causation and effectuation models of entrepreneurship. Finally provides examples relation with entrepreneurship.
 
... Continue reading
Published: 06 Nov 2018 Views: 0 Type: Assignment

Analysis of the Internal & External Environment of Intel Corporation

 

This assignment is concerned with strategic management. The assignment contains both external analysis and internal analysis with the use of relevant strategic analysis tools. Intel Corporation is selected as required by the assignment. The external analysis is done with the strategic tools for PESTEL analysis, Porter’s Five Forces Analysis and SWOT analysis. The internal analysis of the Intel is carried out with the use of strategic tools of Value Chain Analysis, The Onion Model of culture and Boston Box Matrix Model.

... Continue reading
Published: 06 Nov 2018 Views: 0 Type: Report Writing

Case Study

 

This report is focused on the dispute that Nike Inc. had with the University of Oregon. Hence there is an introduction of Nike and University of Oregon. Further the impact on Fair Labor Association, Worker Rights Consortium and the various stakeholders is looked at. Also some theories regarding strategy, stakeholders and environment planning included to support the answer. They are Mintzberg et al’s cultural and environmental schools of thought, SWOT analysis and Mendelow’s power/interest matrix.

... Continue reading
Published: 06 Nov 2018 Views: 0 Type: Report Writing

HOSPITALITY AND TOURISM MANAGEMENT

 

This assignment is concerned with hospitality and tourism strategic planning.  The first part of the assignment looks about the company details of the selected organisation. I have selected British Airways plc for this assignment. In the first task the size, products and services, market, target customers and the strategic objectives of the company will be discussed. The second task focuses on selecting and evaluating two strategic options with the help of different theories, concepts and models. The third part of the assignment is based on recommendations and justification of the best strategic option for achieving the goals British Airways. The fourth task is to outline the business strategy for the using appropriate planning models. Strategic planning is very important in the field of hospitality and tourism. ,so this assignment provides a detailed explanation of the strategic management of British Airways plc.

... Continue reading
Published: 06 Nov 2018 Views: 0 Type: Report Writing

Customer Relationship Management

 

Customer relationship management, because of its nature, technological advancements, and its ability to attract and retain potential customers has received tremendous attention from the organizations. Customer relationship management when deployed effectively helps organization to focus directly on customer and succeed in customer-centric environment. The concept of customer relationship management (later referred as CRM) is not very old. It originated from the early 1990’s because of the emerging demands in the world (Ling and Yen, 2001; Xu et al., 2002). This research focuses on the impact of CRM solutions on the financial performance of an organization. In this regard financial services industry is considered for this research. Customer relationship management is mainly implemented in retail, airlines, and financial services industry. Reason for selecting financial services industry is because of continuous changes taken place in it. Companies need to focus on customer needs and their core competencies in order to deliver optimized products and services to the customers. Due to the increased competition companies working as one unit have split into various divisions in order to focus on customers and increase the value chain. Customers demand a variety of financial products; this originated the need of collaborating with the vendors of CRM. Most of the financial services organizations have implemented CRM but there are some left as well. Regardless of CRM implementation firms find it difficult to successfully achieve the targets. According to the The Economist, (2003); cite in Geib et al, (2006), despite of the CRM many organizations cannot determine whether the customer has got an additional account with its subsidiaries or not.

... Continue reading
Published: 06 Nov 2018 Views: 0 Type: Research Proposal

Customer Relationship Management to Customer Retention of Retail Industry

 

Customer relationship management can be considered as major marketing strategies used by marketing people to increase the customer retention. Most of the present business faces issues because with the rapid development in the technology and the business innovations and inventions customers are freely make their shopping as they wish. Introduction of customer satisfied service will support to increase the customer satisfaction and on the other hand it will support to retain the customer in the business. Retail industry is large scale competitive business industry which will creates millions of Euros for the economics. However through this research study, it will expected to discover about all things under the below mentioned topics.

... Continue reading
Published: 06 Nov 2018 Views: 0 Type: Research Proposal

Employee Retention

 An Investigation of impacts of training and development programmes on employees retention in the hotel industry. A case study of NOVOTEL Hotels, London

... Continue reading
Published: 06 Nov 2018 Views: 0 Type: Research Proposal

An Analysis of the Impacts of Rewards on Employee Performance of Pharmaceutical Industry

 

This paper is aimed at identifying and building a credible research investigation which would contribute the knowledge gaps existing in the literature. The paper begins by identifying a valuable area for study and developing a phenomenon for study. Further it identifies the research aim, objectives and research problem that provides the basis for study. At the second stage the research problem is justified and at the third stage the literature is reviewed to build a theoretical framework for the study. The fourth section presents the data analysis and final section develops the conclusions and recommendations of the study based on the data collected and analysed and knowledge gained through the investigation. in brief this paper provides a small research report for the senior managers who are responsible for effective decision making and implementing in the organisations.

 

... Continue reading
Published: 06 Nov 2018 Views: 0 Type: Research Project

Advertising

 This chapter discusses about the introduction of the research study. The first section identifies background of the study which provides clear identification of literature. The second section identifies the significance of the study which understands the importance of research study. Next section identifies research aims, objectives and questions. The sixth section discusses the rationale of the study which discusses practicability of the research investigation process. The seventh section considers the scope of the research. The eighth section discusses about research limitations.

... Continue reading
Published: 06 Nov 2018 Views: 0 Type: Research Proposal

Assessing and Interpreting Macro- Economic data

 This report mainly addresses the recent performance of the economy of Poland by analysing its macro-economic data for the period of 2006 to 2011. According to the World Bank, the economy of Republic of Poland, which is located in Central Europe, east of Germany, is a higher income generated economy and one of the fastest and efficient economies in Europe while being the sixth largest economy in Europe (worldbank.org). It has persistently followed a policy of economic liberalisation since the year 1990 and its program called “shock therapy” enabled it to be a robust economy in Central Europe. Republic of Poland was the only country in Europe that avoided a decline of Gross Domestic Product (GDP). Hence, it is interesting to analyse macro-economic data of Poland to determine the extent to which its economical performance has been effective. Accordingly recent economic performance of Republic of Poland has been given by the appendix 01.

... Continue reading
Published: 06 Nov 2018 Views: 0 Type: Assignment

Managerial Economics

Under the economic underpinnings the price or the survival of a any good or a service is determined on the demand and the supply of the particular good or the service and they are traded within the market based on the determined prices with several fluctuations taken place due to various factors that influence the demand and supply conditions. However the customers as well as the firms in the market place have planned their buying and selling decision basically by considering the behaviour of the relevant demand and supply of the good or the service. Further this demand and supply behavioural analysis is very much important for the forecasting decisions, that to develop insights about the future proceedings of a specific good or a service. Basically this study exists to examine the behavioural patterns of the housing prices in the free market context and to derive critically the factors influence the demand and supply of housing prices during their trading functions. For the accomplishment of the aforesaid task, the UK housing industry was selected, by mainly considering on the behavioural patterns for six years of the period starting from the year 2006 to 2012.

... Continue reading
Published: 07 Nov 2018 Views: 0 Type: Assignment

A research project of understanding mobile user’s attitude towards Nokia Lumia

 

The Mobile industry is a widely developing industry and this industry is highly affected by rapid changes together with innovations taken place in the mobile industry. Mostly the changes of the mobile culture have been commenced with the start of the collaborations taken place in the mobile devices and the information technology. Due to this collaboration, the core purpose and the use of the mobile has been largely deviated. With these variations the mobile business firms have been taken necessary steps to cope with the change of the market to survive in the industry. The direction of this study is to assess the path of the Nokia in the midst of the smart phone generation through the introduction of Lumia range. The assessment is done by exploring the customer perception towards the functionality of Nokia Lumia, through its capacity to fulfil the customers’ expectations in the concurrent mobile culture in the markets.

... Continue reading
Published: 30 Nov -0001 Views: 0 Type: Research Project

An investigation the impacts of distribution channel to business growth of FMCG industry in India

 This is the first section of the research study that provides the brief introductory section on  the topic which investigates the impact of distribution channel for the business growth of Fast Moving Consumer Goods (FMCG) industry in India. The case study company is Unilever PLC. Fast Moving Consumer Goods (FMCG) are frequently purchased items that customers use daily.

... Continue reading
Published: 07 Nov 2018 Views: 0 Type: Research Proposal

The evaluation of the impacts of employees’ motivation towards customer service in hospitality industry: Case study of Holiday Inn Hotels, London

 

This chapter identifies the background of the research focusing on the industry overview , company overview and the theoretical framework associated with the research. The research aim and the research objectives are also explained in this chapter. The limitations of the  study are further described with the practicability of the research.

... Continue reading
Published: 07 Nov 2018 Views: 0 Type: Essay

Critically Review of the Factors that Influence Consumer Buying Behaviour using CRM Strategies in the Retail Supermarket

 The research study explores factors influence on consumer buying behavior of retail supermarket under the condition of CRM strategies. The case study organisation is Tesco, Harrow Branch, London. Consumer buying behaviour is volatile due to market uncertainties. Because consumer affordability of retail products is different due to their income, preference, age and etc. However, consumers attract to the value added retail products and services.  CRM strategies add specific value to the product or service that customer purchased. CRM strategies improve customer services offered in retail supermarkets. This improves the value of money on retail products. This research study helps to further analysis of this particular scenario whilst applying into a retail supermarket of Tesco, Harrow Branch in London.

... Continue reading
Published: 07 Nov 2018 Views: 0 Type: Research Proposal

INVESTIGATION ON IMPACTS OF BRAND VALUE ON CONSUMER BUYING BEHAVIOUR FOR MOBILE PHONES

 This chapter discusses about the introduction of the research study which investigate the effect of brand value on consumer buying behaviour for mobile phones of the Apple iPhone. In the first section discusses about background of the research study which provides a brief description about the research background information. Then second section discusses about research aims and objectives. Also considers about research questions. In next section identifies the rationale of the study and following section considers about the scope of the research study. Finally discusses about research limitations.

... Continue reading
Published: 07 Nov 2018 Views: 0 Type: Research Proposal

An investigation of the impact of employees’ training and development in a global business

 The research study is required to investigate the impact of employees training and development in a global business context. The case study organisation is Hilton Hotels. The globalisation is the main reason for the development of multinational companies worldwide. Therefore, workforce is also globalised in every corner of the world. According to Caligiuri et al (2010), many skilled  and unskilled employees migrate into different countries where there is a culture, language, behavioural and attitudinal differences. The diversify workforce reflects some limitations due to cultural differences. Further, global context scenario required more contribution from employees rather than traditional concept. The management use training and development programs to improve employee performance. Therefore, further research investigation process provides directions to get detailed analysis about the research problem (Briscoe, et al.2012).

... Continue reading
Published: 07 Nov 2018 Views: 0 Type: Research Proposal

An investigation the impact of law price strategy promotion on consumer buying behaviour in the retail sector

 This research proposal is submitting as an MBA project and the topic is investigating the impacts of a low price strategy on customer buying behaviour towards retail products. It is selected the case study of the LIDL supermarket, London as the central study point. Through this introduction it is mentioned about the background of the study, rational of the study, research aim, research objectives, research scope, organisation profile and etc. Through the introduction it provides a brief idea about the whole research

... Continue reading
Published: 07 Nov 2018 Views: 0 Type: Research Proposal

An investigation on factors affect on child obesity and reduce the obesity in Newham, London

 

1.1  BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY

The child obesity is an upcoming health care problem of several parts of the world. The several reasons have increased the obesity in children. This will be a major health and social care problem in the future and obesity makes the inconvenience of lifestyle of those people. The main reasons for the child obesity are genetic factors, environmental problems, weight gain, consumption of more calories, clinical obesity, and so on. Also there are several ways  to reduce the obesity of children. The reduction of obesity provides them more comfortable and healthy lifestyle. Therefore, it is important to take decisions on reduction of obesity in children. Further, obesity carries out different health care problems and reduces the lifetime of people (Waters et al 2011). On the other hand, Newham reflects the third highest rate of child obesity and highest rate of malnutrition in the country of London. This is a major problem in health and social care context of London. Then this is a real life health and social care issue of Newham, London (One place, June 2010). Then research study focuses on investigation on factors effect on child obesity and reduces the obesity in Newham, London.

... Continue reading
Published: 30 Nov -0001 Views: 0 Type: Research Project

An investigation the impacts of employee motivation on customer service

 

 As a result of increased completion in the market organisations have tended to implement different types of business and marking strategies to compete with rivals. Effective and efficient customer service is one main strategy to retain and acquire customers to the organisation. This research project mainly focuses on how organisations can improve their customer service by motivating employees.

When considering the contents of this research project it mainly consists with five tasks. The first task refers to the research proposal. In this task the researcher prepares a research project outline, project specification, research plan and also explains factors affecting the process of research project selection. The task two is referred to the literature review. During this task the researcher discusses the literature related to employee motivation and customer service. Also the researcher matches the findings of the literature review with research questions and hypotheses. Task three is referred to data collection and investigation. In this task the researcher collects primary data using a survey questionnaire and records them in an appropriate format. The task four is about research findings. In this task the researcher analyses collected data and discusses about results and findings. Also the researcher makes some recommendations based on those results and findings. In the final task the researcher presents and explains the outcomes of the investigation in a more understandable manner.

... Continue reading
Published: 30 Nov -0001 Views: 0 Type: Research Project

Evaluation of factors influence on employee satisfaction: Case Study of TESCO PLC

 

According to the ideas of O’Malley (2000), a Labour force of an organisation is treated as the main driving force of an organisation. Therefore most of the business organisations in the recent markets, tend to make a great weight on the human resources policies, to properly place their employee related functions. The findings of the Herman (1999), illustrate that, the employees can make a great impact on the customers related activities, as they are directly taking the business to the customers, by exchanging ideas with them. Therefore the level of employee satisfaction is very essential, especially to maintain a positive image of the business through employee engagement. Kreisman (2002), presented that the level of satisfaction of employees can be created through several strategies. Further he argued that, these influential factors of satisfaction should be varied accordingly, based on the nature of the employee as well as the nature and capability of the business.

 

Under this aspect, the talent of the organisation is to correctly place the appropriate influencing factors for the employee motivation, to maintain and retain their workforce. This study is conducted along this path, by analysing the actual proceedings of Tesco PLC, with respect to their existing factors used for the satisfaction of their employees. Based on the identified facts of the employee satisfaction and the recognised theoretical aspects have collaborated together to critically analyse the practical as well as theoretical background of the employee satisfaction emerged within the business context.

... Continue reading
Published: 07 Nov 2018 Views: 0 Type: Research Project

An investigation the impacts of employees training and development towards customer service Case study of Vodafone, UK

 

Task 1: Project Proposal
1.1  Background of study

Research project investigates the impact of employee training and development towards customer service of Vodafone, UK. The telecommunication sector is highly competitive in modern marketplace due to developments of technology and several other factors. Every company wants to be competitive in the marketplace which competitiveness can be achieved through quality of products and services. Telecommunication companies equally  provide both products and services for the customers in the marketplace (Farber, 2009). Therefore, customer service of Telecommunication Company will play vital role in the development of competitive advantage in an organisation. Customer service depends on quality of employee performance of the company. Employee performance can be increased with better training and development activities, employee rewarding, employee motivation and etc. On the other hand training and development activities lead to improve employee personal and professional skills under properly planned on the job or off the job training methods (Hernadez, 2009: p. 35). Therefore, it is possible to use employee training and development programs to improve employee performance when delivering customer services. Vodafone has also identified the importance of usage of training and development programs to improve employee performance in an organisation (Vodafone Website, 2012).

... Continue reading
Published: 07 Nov 2018 Views: 0 Type: Research Project

An investigation of the impact of direct marketing strategies in customer acquisition

 Current business environment is so complex and competitive than in the past. The organisations are doing innovations, introducing new products and production methods, in accordance with the growing requirements of the different customers. The organisational responsibility is to satisfy their customers by fulfilling their needs. In present, marketing management takes high volume of responsibility in relation to the organisational growth. Marketing management is operating from the beginning to end of the product life cycle including customers’ satisfaction, and feedback of them. As we know, the marketing management is a process of dealt among 4 - P’s of Product, Price, Place and Promote. Though we identified it as a separate function or division, the research & development also a part of the marketing management function. As the key marketing concept promotion is taken high attention and there have several ways are used by the organisations to promote their products and direct marketing is one of most common and critical method to the organisations to promote their products. This research is related to the marketing management function of direct marketing and in here we are going to discuss regarding increasing the market share of the organisation by using the direct marketing strategies and as our base of the explanation we will be using the British Gas Service Ltd.

... Continue reading
Published: 07 Nov 2018 Views: 0 Type: Research Proposal

Review of strategic planning process of newly acquired HMV retail branches

 HMV which was a leader in the UK national music retailing industry has been bought by restructuring group Hilco. The acquisition deal by restructuring expert Hilco has saved approximately 2500 jobs where Hilco has acquired more than 132 HMV shops around the world. The key underlying reason for the down turn of HMV was the falling demand for the CD’s and DVD’s which made a significant hit to their bottom line. The financial crisis in 2007 turned things worst where the music lovers were moving from buying CD’s to online purchases.

... Continue reading
Published: 13 Nov 2018 Views: 0 Type: Essay

Assessment of external factors and expectations of stakeholders

 Procter and Gamble, which has being established over 100 years ago, is a leading retailer who operates more than in 180 territories around the globe and constitute a vast range of brands starting from cosmetics to home care and fabric care to baby items. This report identifies the current strategies of P&G along with the impact the external environment likely to have on the strategies, further this identifies the position of P&G in its current market and the eventual competitive strengths and weaknesses arrived through the current business strategy.  Strategic modelling tools have being utilised in order to identify the options available for P&G in order to develop a future strategy.

... Continue reading
Published: 30 Nov -0001 Views: 0 Type: Essay

How Vodafone use Customer Relationship Management (CRM) to build Brand image in UK

 Vodafone is a one of the most popular world leading telecommunication operators in the world. Now it’s presence in Europe, Africa, Middle East, Asia Pacific and United States. Vodafone is currently operating in more than 30 countries and partner of more than 40 networks.  Vodafone is currently going far beyond the mobile operator and tries fixed line and broadband services. And also Vodafone provides business solutions as well. This service enables sharing documents, access corporate applications from different locations and video conferencing. Vodafone is highly invested in joint ventures, investments to expand the business into new areas. The Vodafone is working for sustainability in key areas to promote low carbon society and economic development. Vodafone always tries to provide good living conditions through the best telecommunication services (www.vodafone.com). Therefore carrying out of research investigation to identify the customer relationship management to build brand image in the UK is important to the Vodafone future decisions.

... Continue reading
Published: 13 Nov 2018 Views: 0 Type: Research Proposal

Professional Development for Strategic Managers

 This assignment is based on the strategic management and leadership and it is discussed about the McDonalds. There are different types of skills such as personal skills and professional skills and as a manager it is required to have both types of skills to achieve personal goals and professional goals. From this assignment it is identifying the company strategic goals and the required personal and professional skills to achieve those strategic goals. Same time it is mentions the learning styles of those skills and evaluates the skills. It is mentioned personal development plan including budget reports, resources and time framework. It is important to evaluate the developments and the progress of the skills and it is able to use several methods to evaluate. There are several impacts from the self learning and it is affected for the strategic goals achieving. Therefore it is discussing all these areas based on the McDonalds case study and it is significant to get a clear idea about the skills of the individuals.

... Continue reading
Published: 13 Nov 2018 Views: 0 Type: Assignment

International Business Environment

 This report has been discussed about the global company already involved in formal collaboration between its Indian and UK operations and discussed & evaluated the Hofstede and Trompenaars applied to provide an understanding of how to deal with potential cross cultural management issues within the company.    

Due to the increasing globalisation managers should be conscious of cultural aspects in decision making. Proper cultural management managers will make managers successful in managing the people from different cultural backgrounds.

GlaxoSmithKline pharmaceuticals PlC as a prestigious organisation which operates in number of continents, cultural management is imperative for proper functioning. Leadership and motivation will be essential facets in managing the culturally diversified organisation and often it will be affected from cultural diversifications. Therefore cultural differences also must be adjusted with organisational culture. Geert Hofstede’s Theory of Cultural Dimensions is defining five cultural implications which define differences among cultures. Moreover Trompenaar’s four types of corporate culture are defining how organisations affected from cultural differences within the organisation.

Culture is shared meaning that helps organization to maintain uniqueness among other competitive organizations in global market place.

... Continue reading
Published: 14 Nov 2018 Views: 0 Type: Essay

Business Event Management

 In this commercialised world there people getting busier and they expect the thing in a well prepared manner.This event is focus on the wedding ceremony boutique promoting called “Lovely Favors”. With the performance of five members it tries to successfully complete the wedding promotional event. If the event has not arranged well the clients may not attract to that event and the objectives of one party me destroyed. Therefore under event management it identified the different requirements and there has a proper system to implement a project. When it consider about the project planning there the most important thing is plan that within the given time scale and organise with the available resources. A project cannot be implemented by one party and it must get the commitment by each one. When working as teams the well communication is very important and the most important thing is working with every member in a good manner. To get the maximum output it identifies the different skills of team members by the leader. Under this review there the important theories have been discussed for the studying purposes.

... Continue reading
Published: 14 Nov 2018 Views: 0 Type: Report Writing

International Business Environment

 This report has been discussed about the global company already involved in formal collaboration between its Indian and UK operations and discussed & evaluated the Hofstede and Trompenaars applied to provide an understanding of how to deal with potential cross cultural management issues within the company.    

 

Due to the increasing globalisation managers should be conscious of cultural aspects in decision making. Proper cultural management managers will make managers successful in managing the people from different cultural backgrounds.

GlaxoSmithKline pharmaceuticals PlC as a prestigious organisation which operates in number of continents, cultural management is imperative for proper functioning. Leadership and motivation will be essential facets in managing the culturally diversified organisation and often it will be affected from cultural diversifications. Therefore cultural differences also must be adjusted with organisational culture. Geert Hofstede’s Theory of Cultural Dimensions is defining five cultural implications which define differences among cultures. Moreover Trompenaar’s four types of corporate culture are defining how organisations affected from cultural differences within the organisation.

Culture is shared meaning that helps organization to maintain uniqueness among other competitive organizations in global market place.

... Continue reading
Published: 14 Nov 2018 Views: 0 Type: Report Writing

Business Environment

 This assignment will mainly focused on the business environment by taking two different UK based service business organizations namely Royal Mail and Pret A Manger. Royal Mail is a government owned postal service established in 1516 involved in delivering letters and parcels with directly employing 152 000 people in the UK (https://www.royalmailgroup.com).  In contrast to the Royal mail Pret A Manger is a fast food retailer which is involved in selling natural fast food. Pret A manger is specialized in selling natural fast food which avoids the obscure chemicals addictive and preservatives common to so much of prepared fast food available in the present market. Pret A manger is established in 1886 in London and currently spread their business to Hong Kong, Washington, New York and Paris (https://www.pret.com).

http://waiterpay.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/pret-logo.pngRoyal Mail.svg 

 

... Continue reading
Published: 14 Nov 2018 Views: 0 Type: Report Writing

Business Strategy

 

 This report discusses the strategic management process of British Petroleum, whose business in to organise and deliver the energy products and services to the people around the world. Based on BP, this report provides the understandings of strategic management process including vision and mission statements, objectives and targets, core competencies and the capabilities, issues involve in the strategic process and various techniques for planning strategy of BP. Further an organisational scan and environmental audit have been discussed in this report together with a stakeholder analysis.   

... Continue reading
Published: 14 Nov 2018 Views: 0 Type: Report Writing

Global Corporate Strategy

 

This business report has mainly been done in order to discuss strategic issues in respect of Global Fast-Food Industry. For this purpose, a critical analysis and evaluation of strategies adopted by global fast food retailers such as KFC, Pizza Hut, and McDonald’s have been conducted by applying various strategic concepts, tools and analytical techniques. Accordingly, this report comprises of three major tasks: evaluation of the pressures for global integration of activities and the pressures for local responsiveness relating to the global fast foods supply chain; analysis of the effectiveness of strategic alliances and mergers and acquisitions along the global fast foods supply chain; evaluation the capability of KFC to build an excellence culture.

... Continue reading
Published: 14 Nov 2018 Views: 0 Type: Report Writing

Global Corporate Strategy

 

This individual assignment will be assessed by means of a 3,500 ± 10% word report. The assignment has been designed to allow you to develop and use your knowledge and skills in understanding key strategic issues relating to the Global Fast-food Industry. You will be required to apply the strategic concepts and analytical techniques studied in this module. All the learning outcomes below will be assessed:

1.        Demonstrate critical understanding and application of relevant theories associated with global corporate policies and strategies.

2.        Understand the holistic nature of strategy and apply analytical techniques to solve complex problems in real life organizations.

3.        Demonstrate knowledge of the strategic decision making process through critical analysis of how strategic decision making enables an organisation to relate to its global business environment.

4.        Critically evaluate and monitor the business mission, objectives and policies of international organisations.

5.        Use critical reflective skills to reflect on the impact of their understanding on the problem solving process.

... Continue reading
Published: 14 Nov 2018 Views: 0 Type: Report Writing

Cross Cultural Management and oriented Performance Management in MNC

 

Abstract

The pace of globalization has increased since 1989 with the collapse of Soviet bloc, the creation of a single Europe, the implementation of the NAFTA and establishment of WTO. The business organisations have been forced to thrive in a complex micro and macro environments to establish and to grow as national and international performers. The diverse workforce has become a reality today. The impact of cultural diversity varies with the type of environment and firm’s overall strategy. As more and more number of firms move from domestic, multidomestic, multinational strategies to operating as a truly global firm, the significance and impact of cultural diversity increase markedly. The aim of this research was to assess the cross culture management and oriented performance management in Vectone Group Holdings.

Accordingly the structured methodology was adapted to investigate the phenomenon. The first chapter of the dissertation is aimed at identifying the significance of the study. The second chapter presents the comprehensive review of literature. The third chapter is the research methodology. The purpose of this chapter was to assess the alternative methods that can be used to conduct the study and to justify and evaluate how the selected methods ensure the validity and reliability.

The fourth chapter presents data collected during the employee questionnaire survey. The employees of four countries in which the Vectone Company is operating were underwent the survey. The fifth chapter presents the results and dissuasion and is aimed at generating the conclusions on the findings of the study. Accordingly the next chapter presents the conclusions and recommended strategies for the company as an achievement of research objectives. The final chapter is the reflective learning chapter which is aimed at illustrating how the knowledge was developed and acquired by the researcher through the investigation.

 

 

... Continue reading
Published: 14 Nov 2018 Views: 0 Type: Dissertation Writing

Financial Systems and Auditing

 

The report is based on numerous scenarios relating to financial systems and auditing. The report first discusses the importance of maintaining accurate and effective accounting records within a business. The different purposes of accounting records, importance of accounting concepts and influential factors of accounting systems within an organisation are discussed in detail. The next section of the report discusses the impact of negligence and non-compliance of financial regulations and business risk management. The planning process of an audit is evaluated, in terms of the scope, materiality and risk of an audit. The final section of the report discusses the various purposes and types of audit reports and presents a draft template of an audit report and a management letter. 

... Continue reading
Published: 14 Nov 2018 Views: 0 Type: Report Writing

Business Decision Making

 

Today’s modern business world is very uncertain and dynamic. Therefore, remaining competitive and taking effective decisions are challenges. There are number of tools designed to aid decision making process easy.

This project is carried out using suitable tools for six different scenarios. These tools help managers to gather information, analyze and summarize them. Marketing research provide information about current market trends and customer needs .different analysis tools a will help to analyze these data and design the future production. Analyzing past data and using them for forecasting is also helpful for managers in decision making. Further, project management tools like critical path analysis will help project managers to effectively manager resources. Further, section 6 compares appraisal methods for evaluating investments.

 

... Continue reading
Published: 14 Nov 2018 Views: 0 Type: Research Project

Project Management for Business

 

A project can be identified as a temporary endeavor that will be carried out in order to achieve a specific objective or a goal subject to certain constraints. More importantly project management indicates ensuring that the proper resources and knowledge are available when and where needed for the project and above all to ensure that the expected outcome of the project is achieved in a timely and a cost effective manner. So effectively managing a project properly will ensure that the project team will achieve the set project objectives within finiteness. This assignment will pay particular attention on managing the restructuring project at Dixon PLC where restructuring of the overall business and its IT facilities is vital for the company to overcome the current situation and in order to meet the shareholder expectations. The appropriate project management methodologies to be used will be analyzed in detail identifying how the resources and the risks will be managed effectively. The required organisational structure will be discussed identifying the appropriate change management procedures that will enable Dixon PLC to effectively carry out the project.

... Continue reading
Published: 14 Nov 2018 Views: 0 Type: Research Project

Principles of practice in Health and Social Care Practice

 

This assignment is based on principles of health and social care practice.  This report consists of four main parts. The first part focuses on understanding the way of implementing principles of support of health and social care. The second part of the report looks at understanding the impact of policies, regulations, legislation and codes of practice on organisational policy and practice. The third part of the report concentrates on understanding the theories that can be used in effective health and social care practice. The fourth part of the report focuses on the development and implementation of health and social care organizational policy.  The fourth part of the report is prepared according to the given case study of the death of 14 months old boy from an overdose of heroin, cocaine and methadone. Real examples are used to provide a practical answer as required by the assignment.

... Continue reading
Published: 14 Nov 2018 Views: 0 Type: Assignment

Physiological Principle for Health & Social Care

 

The main purpose of the given analysis is to reflect a holistic overview of the structure and functioning of the human body in the perspectives of health and social care. The report tries to highlight how the human body functions as a whole irrespective of analysing the individual functions.

The possibility of exposure in to various diseases and the impact to overall individual performance has been analysed using the various measures such as BMI.On the other hand this report highlights the importance of maintain a balance between the physical and mental health.

This further analyses the effects of common disorders and infections on the human body in overall terms. The factors for the common disorders and infections have been recognised in order to develop preventive measures to eliminate the possibility of exposure to unexpected diseases. Finally this analyses how age may affect body structure and functioning. The impact of the ageing and the impact has been identified where it is unavoidable in nature.

 

 

... Continue reading
Published: 14 Nov 2018 Views: 0 Type: Report Writing

Communicating in Health and Social Care organisations

 

 This assignment is mentioning about the communication system in health and social care organisations and it is discussing about three different case situations in a healthcare organisation. Through the report it is mentioning the different theories and models related to the communication system, communication skills, methods of communicating, strategies related to communication, ICT system and etc. 

... Continue reading
Published: 14 Nov 2018 Views: 0 Type: Assignment

Health and Safety in Health and Social Care Workplace.

 

This assignment is discussing about the health and safety in health and social care sector. This is describing the importance of the safe working. The first task is for discussing how health and safety legislations are implemented. This review policies, procedures and considers accordance with the legislative requirements. The second task is analysing the impact of the social health to customers and workers. In the same topic will analyse the information from risk assessment. This also analyse the effect of non-compliance with the health and safety legislations. Task three is especially for reviewing and monitoring of the health and safety in the health and social care workplace. This explains how policies and procedures are monitored. Then evaluate the contribution to placing the health and safety at the Centre of practice.

                                                                                                                              

... Continue reading
Published: 14 Nov 2018 Views: 0 Type: Assignment

BTEC HND Healthcare and Social Care Health Promotion

 

Task two is required to discuss the link between government strategies and models of health promotion with relation to the incidence of smoking people. Then, is identified role of the health care professionals in order to meet health targets of the government. Next task considers health care routine of people. The task three is aimed at designing a health promotion campaign. The objective of the health promotion campaign is to stop smoking. Therefore there is a discussion of various aspects of smoking and theoretical areas. This also includes a leaflet that can be used in the health promotion campaign. 

... Continue reading
Published: 14 Nov 2018 Views: 0 Type: Essay

Working in Partnership in Health and Social Care

 

 

 

Task one describe the philosophy related with the partnership working in health and social care including ethical partnership, Deontology, Utilitarianism philosophies. These philosophies are very important for the working partnership. Further this task describes the importance of working partnerships for health and social care and has been evaluate the effectiveness of the partnership relationship for heal and social care practice. Partnerships are building in health and social care sector internally as well as with external parties. Partnerships are two-way links which gives benefits as well as issues between two organizations. There are many legislations, practices and policies which are relevant to the health and social care sector which need to be concerned when developing partnerships for success. The aim of this case study is evaluating the health and social care services in the partnership organization. In here, the task is analyzing the partnership working for an organization, barriers to the partnership through these happening how to resolve the barriers and improve the better outcome for the services. According that the analyzing part is based on the specific case study. 

 

 

 

... Continue reading
Published: 14 Nov 2018 Views: 0 Type: Assignment

International Human resource management

 

This assignment is about the case study of Washington Mutual Inc and it is mentioned the credit crunch crises in 2008 and how it is impacting for the company performance. It is mentioned about the company background and analysis the company HR process and how the HR process impact of the performance during the credit crunch crisis period. Under the research it is mentioned what is IHRM and how it is operating at Washington Mutual. From the analysis part it is mentioned of HR manager responsible about the company HR functions and how economic crises impact for the company performance. 

... Continue reading
Published: 14 Nov 2018 Views: 0 Type: Assignment

International Human Resource Management

 

This assignment is about the case study of Washington Mutual Inc and it is mentioned the credit crunch crises in 2008 and how it is impacting for the company performance. It is mentioned about the company background and analysis the company HR process and how the HR process impact of the performance during the credit crunch crisis period. Under the research it is mentioned what is IHRM and how it is operating at Washington Mutual. From the analysis part it is mentioned of HR manager responsible about the company HR functions and how economic crises impact for the company performance.

... Continue reading
Published: 14 Nov 2018 Views: 0 Type: Assignment

Impact of global economic crisis on HR strategies-challenges and issues

 

The global economic crisis has brought to the forefront of the business organization the concepts of viability and survival. This paper seeks to specify in the first section areas of reactions in the organization. In the second section, it deals with the challenges and opportunities for the future to keep the organization on right track in tough times. In the third and final section HR strategies are discussed which are relevant in times of crisis.

... Continue reading
Published: 14 Nov 2018 Views: 0 Type: Essay

Project Design Implementation and Evaluation

 

This document is targeted on the discussion of the aspects related to the project design, implementation and evaluation. The document describes gradual steps taken in the completion of a project which is a library management system. The document provide detailed description on the concepts such as design specifications, models utilized in the project development process such as system development life cycle,  etc.  Finally the document provides an analysis of the limitations of the developed program and recommendations on the ways of overcoming such limitations.

 

... Continue reading
Published: 14 Nov 2018 Views: 0 Type: Report Writing

Event Driven Programming Solutions

 

Assignment consists of two tasks and each one of them has few parts under them. In part one of the Task 1, principles, characteristics and features of event driven programming are discussed. In part 2, different design techniques for visual applications are discussed and one such technique is chosen for the future designs. A GUI for library management software is planned and the GUI components were chosen and then a justification for choosing them is also done. In part 3, an event driven program for library management is created. In part 4, another event driven application which will simulate the traffic signals is developed.

Task 2 required to develop a browser program called “vbzila” that can browse through web pages and has MDI (Multiple Document Interface) Interface. In latter parts under task 2, a test plan was created to test the library management software and then Self-evaluation was taken place. Finally documentation was created for the library management software.

... Continue reading
Published: 14 Nov 2018 Views: 0 Type: Assignment

Project Design Implementation and Evaluation

 

This document is targeted on the discussion of the aspects related to the project design, implementation and evaluation. The document describes gradual steps taken in the completion of a project which is a library management system. The document provide detailed description on the concepts such as design specifications, models utilized in the project development process such as system development life cycle,  etc.  Finally the document provides an analysis of the limitations of the developed program and recommendations on the ways of overcoming such limitations.

 

... Continue reading
Published: 14 Nov 2018 Views: 0 Type: Assignment

Quality Systems in IT

 

Quality of information  systems is popular topic on modern world. Becasue modern world greatly involve with information systems which include mainly software systems ,network systems like that, these  software systems arrange in different  categories as  example artificial intelligence systems, accounting systems ,Banking systems which are combine with financial system ,E-learning systems which are doing great job for students and lectures  to go through their studies and course materials finally HR systems those system  involving with make attendance by using card reading or finger prints ,manipulate vacations and leaves, and salary calculation also. According to these examples saying how IT systems get combine with modern world life .not only in offices but also in day today life routing get great advantage from IT systems .So that IT systems must have great quality to be a best IT system. As per Main (2002) the literature of information system provides quality tradeoffs and provide costs for control procedures and also allocating resources quality enhancement. According to Richard, Veda and Firth (1995) also it says for organization like education institute need high degree of data quality and ensure this quality has been addressed by the both researches and practitioners for some time

... Continue reading
Published: 14 Nov 2018 Views: 0 Type: Assignment

Data structures and Algorithms

 

In computer programming regardless of the programming language used there are few major elements which are present in most of the programming disciplines. The ability of holding more than one element of the same type is one of the major necessities in programming and to achieve this purpose different elements are used. This report covers the analysis and practical application example of few of such elements as well as how a given practical problem can be answered using the computer programming.  

... Continue reading
Published: 14 Nov 2018 Views: 0 Type: Assignment

Computer Systems

 

This document contains a presentation on computer components as requested by the Pro-vice chancellor. Basic hardware components of a computer system are illustrated with detail. Then the document outlines the basic functionality of an operating system. Those functions are explained in a detailed manner. Also additional features that are unique to different operating systems are tabulated, clearly showing the strengths and weaknesses of those operating systems. Recommended hardware and software are listed with justifications for choosing them. Also some alternative configurations are suggested to provide cost effective solutions. Also, the use of some software utilities to enhance the performance of computer system is discussed.

Later part of this document contains screenshots of hardware and software installations. Also there are screenshots to show how some basic system settings are changed. E.g. Mouse buttons, Power options, themes, screen resolutions and etc. Some ideas on how to configure system settings to make optimum use of computer systems for the campus are introduced.  Finally a test plan is introduced to test the system and results are also attached in the document. System performance is also monitored and suggestions are given to improve the performance.

 

... Continue reading
Published: 14 Nov 2018 Views: 0 Type: Assignment

Database Management

 

As per Stair and Reynolds, (2010) modern business ventures widely entertain keep information records for business purposes. Structural interrelated data records call a database. Those databases comprise of millions and billions of data. Alignment of technologies into business functions lead to inherent challenges. Below analysis and ideas will consider key issues and application of databases.      

... Continue reading
Published: 14 Nov 2018 Views: 0 Type: Assignment

Marketing Planning

 

This will be a study on both the international and the domestic marketing perspectives. The aspects of the marketing will be discussing and the marketing mix of product, price, place and promotion. Going global is the uppermost dream of any organisation to gain more in the context of the diverse environments. International business is the stream that provides the theoretical aspects in to the arena of the global business. This effort is to understand and apply the theoretical knowledge in to the practical aspects.in that case it has been selected the Tesco cooperation as a leading multinational in the retail market.by going through this the viewer can identify how an organisation practicing the strategies in order to sustain in the global market.

 The priority has been given to the in depth analysis of the Company Tesco reaching to the diverse markets, which describes the external environment that influence to the businesses. Furthermore this has been focusing on to the issues that are effecting to the selected organisation. So it can be clarify that this has been a great opportunity in order to enhance the learned theories with the comparison of the practical scenarios.

 

... Continue reading
Published: 14 Nov 2018 Views: 0 Type: Essay

Marketing Principles

 

Marketing is an important process to take the product to the market. It is necessary to implement processes and mechanisms to give maximum publicity to make the product name visible to the market. On the other hand customers are having different requirements in their mind. Sometimes those variations are slightly different one to the other. Marketing process needs to understand all those requirements and device suitable mechanisms to fulfil those requirements. Organisations are applying different methods to understand customer requirements. Those methods include surveys and information gathering to clearly gather those requirements. In this assignment the marketing principles applied to the Coca Cola Company. It consists of the information and the methods that the Coca Cola applied to understand the segmentation and positioning of their products. Promoting products to the target segment involve identifying the effects and the behaviour of the external environment and its behaviour. As a marketer it is necessary to understand all the areas which are relevant to the marketing and promotion.

... Continue reading
Published: 14 Nov 2018 Views: 0 Type: Assignment

Marketing Planning

 

This exploration is all about domestic and the international marketing perspective. This will be focusing on to the numerous marketing aspects by developing a new product and also decide marketing segments promotional strategies as well as the implementation and the planning of product, price, place and promotion. This will emphasize how an organisation can gain advantages through entering in to the global markets and how to sustain in those markets effectively. Not only that but also several marketing strategies would be focusing as well.

Moreover focused on developing the marketing mix of a product which is in the declining stage and development of marketing mix according to the product to be launched, thus the international and external environmental factors would be taken in to consideration while exploring the external environment of developing the product. Meanwhile the aspect of International Marketing has been focused in order to cater the product for the international markets. The diversity of international and local market would be discussed within the global context.

... Continue reading
Published: 14 Nov 2018 Views: 0 Type: Essay

ORGANISATION & BEHAVIOR

 

This assignment is based on the platform of Organisational Behaviour. The purpose of this project is to identify the cultures of two different organisations. The project will go through relating topics such as the organisation's structure, culture, motivational factors etc. This project will help to get an inside view of the operations of the firm and more of a deeper understanding of the company. Two different organisations will be used for further clarification of the topics. Topics such as motivational factors and influencing factors will be identified under the two different cultures. Further a note will be taken as to what creates these differences.

 

The chosen organisation for the assignment will be Google, further the contrasting effect will be applied using Microsoft Corporation. In common both are two different internet companies working in the same industry. The reasons for choosing the above organisation is because of its increased fame on the culture they have imposed and the tremendous benefits they have gained from it.

 

 

... Continue reading
Published: 14 Nov 2018 Views: 0 Type: Essay

SYSTEM ANALYSIS & DESIGN

 

This report explains how to apply system development life cycle model to develop a for a school administration information system  for the Grate Oaks Small School. Many schools use information systems for school administration because it is a very helpful tool in learning environment. These systems can store huge amount of data, they are generating information very quickly, these systems can connect other computers with a network , able to share information and etc.  In the very first part of this report explain how to apply System development life cycle process in the case of the Great Oaks Small School. The second part provides a timeline for the above process. And finally it discusses the application of each stage in the system life cycle model.

... Continue reading
Published: 14 Nov 2018 Views: 0 Type: Assignment

ADVERTISING AND PROMOTION IN BUSINESS

 

The focus of this study will be to research on the promotional and advertising aspect in the business industry. Cathedral cheese from Diary Crest has been selected to plan a marketing and promotional plan. The study will be carried out as a theoretical application on an actual product that is available in the market. Marketing is an essential part of the business development and growth in the modern business environment. How the marketing plan can affect a business in various aspects will be analysed in the study with use of application to a product. And after doing a research on the product and the market, a practical marketing plan will be developed and implemented for the business that can be used in an actual situation.

... Continue reading
Published: 14 Nov 2018 Views: 0 Type: Assignment

Aspects of Contract and Negligence for Business

 

 

This is an assignment based on two major forms of civil law. They are the law of contract and the law of tort. This requires the understanding of the essential elements in such laws and the practical applicability of them. This assignment is divided into 2 tasks. The first task includes 8 mini cases requiring the application of the law of contract in problem scenarios and the second task includes reading and understanding the tort of negligence and its applicability.

 

... Continue reading
Published: 14 Nov 2018 Views: 0 Type: Assignment

SAFETY AND SECURITY FOR AVIATION

 

The worldwide airline business delivers a service to almost all nations in the world and has played a dynamic part in the formation of a worldwide economy. The carrier industry itself is a crucial economic strength, in terms of both its own processes and its impressions on linked industries such as air craft manufacturing and tourism. For airlines, the future will hold numerous encounters. Usually, the airline business is tackled with many risks and incidents due to many reasons. It has been faced with multiple threats and triumphant airlines will be those that continue to tackle these risks and provide safety to their operations and the facility operators. In this report, I will be assessing the key terms, incident, accident, emergency and risks when it comes to the aviation industry. Also risk models and theories applied to the aviation industry will be explained and the risk matrix model will be explained with possible solutions to mitigate these issues

... Continue reading
Published: 14 Nov 2018 Views: 0 Type: Essay

Commercial Challenges for Aviation

 

This report mainly deals with identifying the commercial challenges for aviation and attempts to evaluate better solutions for such challenges. Accordingly, the report mainly discusses about the investment appraisal techniques which could be used by the business organisations in terms of their practicability and the relative strengths and weaknesses.

... Continue reading
Published: 14 Nov 2018 Views: 0 Type: Report Writing

Safety and Security for Aviation

 

Aviation industry is one of the leading industries in the world when the transportation is concerned. Aviation refers to the practical phase of designing, development manufacturing and operational use of aircraft. The structure of aircrafts is designed in a way to maximise the effectiveness of the engine and to transport the goods and passengers in a safer manner with a shorter duration. In order to reach the objective, the aircraft components are required to be engineered according to a standard. However, due to the high cost of the purchase of original components there is an increased trend industry to utilise fake components when repairing the air crafts. As a result there is an increase amount of failures has been reported in past few years on the ground or in air. Moreover, some of the failures have been caused deaths even. The first section of this report is written to present such accidents occurred due to the structural failures. On the other hand, aircraft failure can be taken place due to human errors. In the second section of the report assesses the efficiency of the Human Factors Analysis and Classification System.

... Continue reading
Published: 14 Nov 2018 Views: 0 Type: Essay

Airline & Airport Business and Marketing Management

 

This report is focused on developing a comprehensive route evaluation in order to develop a profitable route plan which consists of attaching tourist attractions to develop the route as a tourist destination and collaborating with facilitation for business purpose to promote the route as a business destination.

Fist the travelling destination and the airline will be selected based on the objectives of developing the route. Further the current passenger flows, market share of the airlines, trend analysis, load factor and required frequency will be examined in confirming the destination. Next the viability of attracting business community will be evaluated in terms of facilitations and the viability of attracting tourists will be evaluated based on the status of travelling and tourist destinations.

Economic situation of the area, status of hotel accommodation and the alternative reasons that can help to attract the tourists also will be evaluated. The immigrant population also will be evaluated and finally a robust forecasting on financial gain will be evaluated based on suitability, acceptability and feasibility (SAF) method.

... Continue reading
Published: 14 Nov 2018 Views: 0 Type: Report Writing

Business Environment

 

This report is on business environment consist with two tasks. Task one has analyzed different types of business organizations and their prime objectives. It has presented the various types of stakeholders and the ways in which the organizations meeting their expectations. Further the responsibilities and the strategies have and followed by business organizations towards the stake holders have mentioned clearly. The task two describes different types of economic systems and the ways each system allocate resources. It has also explained the impact of fiscal and monetary policy has on business operations. Finally it has evaluated the competition policy and other regulatory framework affect business organization and its operations. Task four discusses on the importance of international trade, influence of European Union and other global factors on UK business firms.

 

... Continue reading
Published: 14 Nov 2018 Views: 0 Type: Report Writing

STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT

 

This report will briefly explain the business objectives, current situation of the market, future prospects and the possible successful strategies to reach those opportunities by minimising the internal and external risks for Airbnb online business.

... Continue reading
Published: 14 Nov 2018 Views: 0 Type: Report Writing

Strategic Management Accounting

 

This study is an analysis of information for pricing and costing decisions. Therefore models and concepts used in pricing decisions are looked at. Thereafter use of standard costing and variance analysis is explained. Subsequently comparison is made between absorption costing and activity based costing. Finally conclusion for this report is dictated.

... Continue reading
Published: 14 Nov 2018 Views: 0 Type: Report Writing

Business Strategy

 

Here I have selected the Tesco company as the selected organization in order to carry out this assignment further. Tesco company is a British multinational grocery and it was founded by Jack Cohen in 1919.in this assignment, assignee asked to write a report recommending organisation’s future business strategy. Here I hope to discuss few criteria through this report and give a clear idea regarding business strategy of Tesco company. Basically, this assignment demonstrates following criteria.          

·         Understand the process of strategic planning

·         Be able to formulate a new strategy

·         Understand approaches to strategy evaluation and selection

·         Understand how to implement a chosen strategy

Under those criteria, I have discussed how Tesco company establish and implement its future strategy and how they audit its market to observe competitive strategy to implement. So this report will be very supportive for users.                                                    

 

... Continue reading
Published: 14 Nov 2018 Views: 0 Type: Report Writing

Strategy Management

 

This case study is going to be on a British Company who was once the leaders in the Footwear Industry. The Browns Sports Footwear Company has been very famous for sports shoes with rubber sole, trainers and sneakers. This company was started 1875 and is now known as the Caleres. According to Caleres (2015), this company owns an ambitious vision, which is to provide footwear to fit all kinds of genders. The case study will be providing an insight regarding the company, a wide range of models and strategies that can be applied for the strategic management of the company and the recommendations for the future strategic directions of the company.

... Continue reading
Published: 14 Nov 2018 Views: 0 Type: Report Writing

An Investigation the Role of the Leadership in Human Resource Management

 

 

                                                              Abstract

The research study that presented in this dissertation investigated the role of leadership in HRM in Sainsbury plc. Through the research, the researcher was able to: observe the leadership approaches and leadership styles of Sainsbury plc; investigate the satisfaction of employees of Sainsbury plc with respect to the role that their leaders play in managing them; examine the impacts of the role of leadership on the performance of employees at Sainsbury plc; and recommend appropriate strategies that further develop the role of the leadership of Sainsbury plc in managing its employees.To active aforesaid objectives, the researcher conducted a survey using randomly selected sample size of 40 employees of Sainsbury plc, which consists of 30 non executive or general employees and 10 executive employees.

Accordingly, it could be found that leaders, whom were surveyed, have been playing important role of leadership in managing their staff. Most of the employees surveyed have shown that they have been satisfied with respect to their performance and the way their superiors are leading them. Moreover, through this research it was also noticed that Sainsbury plc follows Charismatic Leadership approach which specifically includes both socialised charismatic and personalised charismatic. Additionally, it was identified that leaders within Sainsbury plc follows both of Laissez Faire Leadership styles and bureaucratic leadership style.

 

 

... Continue reading
Published: 14 Nov 2018 Views: 0 Type: Dissertation Writing

Analysing the impacts of online booking on travel and tourism industry in UK

 

Abstract

This study is used to analyse the impact of online booking towards travel and tourism industry. Thus, study used to identify the benefits of online booking and recent trends of online booking in travel and tourism sector, UK. Further, access the impact of online booking on consumers in travel and tourism sector, UK. Also provide recommendations to improve the effectiveness of online booking in travel and tourism sector, UK.

... Continue reading
Published: 14 Nov 2018 Views: 0 Type: Dissertation Writing

FINANCIAL SYSTEMS AND AUDITING

 

The accounting in systems is made of with the different type of records. Accounting records are the significant source of information which used to prepare accounting financial statements as well as carry out the financial audits. Examples of accounting records will be ledgers, journals, bank statements, contracts and agreements, vouchers, invoices and delivery notes, etc.

 

The organizations need to use different accounting concepts and controls when they prepare accounting records. Since there are number of source documents/ transactions and different standards and concepts are involving in preparation of financial reports there will be a risk of fraud, misuse of information. Therefore the company needs to consider all aspects when they managing the accounting function in the organization

... Continue reading
Published: 14 Nov 2018 Views: 0 Type: Report Writing

Managing Financial Resources and Decisions

 

 

The following report has been prepared with the main focus given to the different aspects of managing financial resources and decisions within an organisation. In the first part of the report it focuses on different sources that are available for a company to obtain finance and satisfy their financial requirements. Those sources of finance has been analysed in terms of their costs and different implications towards the business. Then the report moves to discuss about the financial planning process and the informational requirements of different stake holders of the company who uses the financial and non-financial information of the company mainly of their decision making process.

The report also discusses about the budgetary control system of the company and interprets a variance analysis.

 

... Continue reading
Published: 14 Nov 2018 Views: 0 Type: Report Writing

Managing Financial Resources and Decisions

 

The following report has been prepared with the main focus given to the different aspects of managing financial resources and decisions within an organisation. In the first part of the report it focuses on different sources that are available for a company to obtain finance and satisfy their financial requirements. Those sources of finance has been analysed in terms of their costs and different implications towards the business. Then the report moves to discuss about the financial planning process and the informational requirements of different stake holders of the company who uses the financial and non-financial information of the company mainly of their decision making process.

The report also discusses about the budgetary control system of the company and interprets a variance analysis.

... Continue reading
Published: 14 Nov 2018 Views: 0 Type: Report Writing

Business Event Management

 

The aim of this assignment is to demonstrate the understanding of how to manage business events by using an example of restaurant. This assignment will explain development and practice of the knowledge, understanding and skills as administrators or managers by examining the administrative functions within organisations. The assignment will outline the preparation and coordination of operational plans and managing time effectively and developing self to meet the needs of an organisation. The assignment will investigate the roles and responsibilities of key people within the organisation helping to meet its objectives. The assignment will find out to how to manage events or activities.

... Continue reading
Published: 14 Nov 2018 Views: 0 Type: Assignment

Childhood Studies

 

Critically discuss whether all children should participate in the design and delivery of the services they use. Give examples of how two different groups of children could be enabled to participate effectively

 

Each child, youngster or guardian is an individual from society. Associations provide services for individuals living in that group or society so it's critical that they are counselled and included in the procurement of administrations. Services should be comprehensive, significant, and financially savvy, meet their client’s needs, enhance things, and be available. You will have the capacity to check every one of these things by

including youngsters and their families. Although reference is made to parent and guardian perspectives and contribution, this aide is fundamentally concerned about the compelling inclusion of children and youngsters.

 

For kids and youngsters to wind up included, professionals should be capable to work in a way which empowers cooperation and at last influences change or change inside of the association. Specialists and their directors' awareness of the advantages of investment may help with this procedure. They are frequently roused to work in social consideration in light of the fact that they need to enhance youngsters' lives: A participative methodology may assist them with achieving this point by guaranteeing that their methods for working depend on what is critical to children and youngsters. It may prompt changes in abilities, information and work fulfilment.

 

The youngsters and youthful individuals included in decision – making must be delegated– regarding age, sex, ethnicity, financial foundation, inability, society, religion, dialect or the range in which they live.

 

 

 

... Continue reading
Published: 14 Nov 2018 Views: 0 Type: Assignment

Human Resource Management

 

“In Fortune 500 companies alone, about 500,000 managers take on new roles each year, and overall, managers begin new jobs every two to four years. Unfortunately, in the midst of all these transitions:

·         Half of all senior outside hires fail within 18 months in a new position.

·         Half of all hourly workers leave new jobs within the first 120 days.”

-          Bauer, T. N. (2010)

Work is a force that continues to change the world. Stiff competition has been an eye opener for the companies in the 21st century to invest in employee training and development. Companies adopt different types of training and development programs so as to increase their market share. According to Bauer (2010) potential training for new employees includes hard skills, soft skills and onboarding skills, and each skill set is important. The main objectives of this research are to identify the training methods adopted by Sainsbury’s supermarket, critically evaluate the training methods and suggest recommendations based on the findings to improve the training and development programs.

... Continue reading
Published: 14 Nov 2018 Views: 0 Type: Assignment

HUMAN RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT

 

Learning is a process by which each individual acquires their own knowledge, skills and ability.  When a new product developed or new business started the performance of the employees are not in their best since the learning occurrence takes place. But when they gain some experience is gained, the performance is increased and the productivity and efficiency increased in the production process. The company need to training and development of their worker. Because of that; increased productivity, reduced employee turnover, increased efficiency resulting in financial gains, and decreased need for supervision. Employees frequently develop a greater sense of self-worth, dignity and well-being as they become more valuable to the firm and to society. The Company managers have responsible for the work performance of other organizational members of the Company. Therefore, Managers have responsibility and authority to use organizational resources and to make decisions for makes best result for the company. That was ultimately impact for increase the Company owner’s profitability.

... Continue reading
Published: 14 Nov 2018 Views: 0 Type: Assignment

INFORMATION SYSTEMS MANAGEMENT

 

The Thomas Cook Group can be introduced as one of the leading as well as the oldest recognised global brand in the travel and tourism industry since 1841. It currently serves to over 23 million customers annually. The current large customer base as well as the business expectations for further expansions of the customer base of Thomas Cook Group requires more competitive computer reservation system. Amadeus is only one of many Computer Reservations Systems (CRS) used by the Travel Industry. This report will present a critical review of the major systems in use in the travel industry noting the differences and providing a critique of the main benefits of each. It will also provide an evaluation of the options for Thomas Cook Group in terms of what software is available and any issues they may face in implementation and deployment.

... Continue reading
Published: 14 Nov 2018 Views: 0 Type: Assignment

Marketing Intelligence

 

This report consists of an analysis of the various marketing tools and techniques utilised in the marketing process that involves with Marketing Intelligence. In today’s context marketing has become an essential requirement in the business processes and this is integrated with the customers of the organization. Thus, the first section of the report presents an evaluation on the buyer behaviour and the factors affecting their decision making process. And thereby highlights the relationship on corporate image and brand in obtaining repeat purchases and creating a loyal customer base. The second section of the report highlights the importance of market researches. This section thereby evaluates the secondary as well as primary data obtaining processes, a potential market research plan and designing a customer satisfaction survey in order to ensure the company has obtained its desired objectives. Finally the report analyses the importance of market size and trend based on a recognised organization and carries out a competitive analysis. And thereby concludes with an analysis on the opportunities and threats which are important for the organization to build up its marketing strategies and thereby achieve corporate objectives.

... Continue reading
Published: 14 Nov 2018 Views: 0 Type: Report Writing

International Marketing for Travel & Tourism

 

Intercontinental Hotel Group (IHG) is a luxury hotel chain operating worldwide. This report reviews the current international marketing environment and the international promotional strategies of the IHG. The latter part of the report is focussed on IHG entering to a new market, a new geographical territory with one of its brand. The selected market is one of the most promising tourism markets in the Asia Pacific, the great China. The selected particular brand out of the diversified brand portfolio of IHG is, Staybridge. This marketing report discusses and explains the marketing tools, methods and practices for the IHG brand Staybridge in entering and operating in China.

... Continue reading
Published: 14 Nov 2018 Views: 0 Type: Report Writing

Sales Planning and Operations

 

When achieving corporate goals and objective, it is very important to arrange, plan and manage the sales function. Sales planning should be under the marketing strategy of the company. This report illustrates the sales planning and operations based on NEXT PLC under following outcomes;

·         Role of personal selling, how it should ne integrate with marketing mix and the buying decision making process under different situations

·         Preparation of the sales presentation for a product of NEXT PLC

·         Roles of sales planning process, importance of recruitment and selection role of remuneration, motivation and training in sales management, importance of databases and ways of controlling sales output

·         Sales plan for a product and the importance of international trade, exhibitions and trade fairs for the company

... Continue reading
Published: 14 Nov 2018 Views: 0 Type: Essay

Sales Planning and Operations

 

This report is on sales planning and operations. It has covered the subject lines of the newly emerging marketing strategies. It includes the aspects of personal selling and its contribution in other promotional activities followed by the special references to different buyer behavior and decision making process. As it is said no business can survive without analyzing, this reports has included the role of sales teams and how to handle them in a business environment. It is very important aspect to understand the customer needs, in order meet the customer needs sales strategies helps to a great extent. Also one should know the use of sales strategies and should also aware of the worth of these tips. Then this report goes on explaining the use of database in effective sales management. Then in later part the report talks on how to identify the opportunity to enter an emerging market, and to investigate the use and opportunity and correct time for trade fair etc…

... Continue reading
Published: 14 Nov 2018 Views: 0 Type: Report Writing

Business Organisation and Policy

 

Executive Summary

The first section of this report demonstrate good example of how the society and the companies suffer from unethical, irresponsible operations of organizations. Rana Plaza disaster is the worst disaster undergone by the apparel industry which result more than 1100 deaths and 2500 injuries. This was preventable and was due to many reasons such as lack of accountability, responsibility, transparency of the all related parties and fairness in the system A company have a responsibility to minimize the negative impact to the environment and society in which they operate and actually give something back to the society and environment back. Now, at the moment all the related parties have a collective responsibility to uplift the life of the victims and ensure this tragedy will not be repeated.

Ethical consumerism is growing trend of today’s market. Companies should be sensitive to the changes of the market to remain competitive in this very competitive cooperate world. By being ethical, a company can reap a series of benefits. This will help the company to build more reputation which will help them to attract more customers and talented employees which will drive the company to the success. In addition, good corporate practise will yield many benefits to the environment and society immensely. Therefore, any company of any scale should go for sustainable and ethical strategies which is win-win situation for all the stakeholders.

Introduction

This report consists of two parts. The first part discuss about implications made by one of the worst industrial disasters, Rana Plaza disaster. This is a good exam that the companies should concentrate only on financial gains but also be responsible for what they are doing. Rana Plaza disaster was preventable incident which was happened due to lack of due care from the related parties.

 The second part of this report sets a good example of how company can be successful by becoming more ethical, promoting sustainable development. Managing all key aspects to gather in away either of the parties will be disadvantages, is difficult task. Even though it requires lot of resources, it will yield many benefits the organization from improved reputation.

... Continue reading
Published: 14 Nov 2018 Views: 0 Type: Report Writing

Organisational Behavior

 

 

This report discusses the organisational behaviour. The case study organisation is Tesco PLC which is a multinational retail company.  The first task is used to discuss management role, functions and activities of the company. Further this task considers Concepts, organisational culture and business performance of Tesco. The second task is used to discuss the individual contribution of employees, attitudes and behaviour. Further, task considers theories of perception and work behaviour and Attitude and problem of attitude change. Third task discusses motivational condition and contribution of Tesco to motivate employees of the company. Fourth task discuss about job satisfaction and morale with performance, frustration, alienation and stress. And the fifth task considers leadership styles of Tesco and its application on retail operations. 

 

... Continue reading
Published: 14 Nov 2018 Views: 0 Type: Report Writing

Business Decision Making

 

The report addresses business concerns of one of UK’s largest retailers; Sainsbury. The report first focuses on designing a study in order to evaluate statements published on the company’s website regarding customer satisfaction. The study is designed by discussing various aspects such as; research design, sampling frame, sampling methods, questionnaire designing etc. Next the report conducts an analysis on sales and operating figures of both Sainsbury and Tesco a major competitor of Sainsbury using various statistical techniques in order to provide a detailed comparison of the performance of the two retailers. The report also uses past information in order to predict future performance of Sainsbury by forecasting sales and operating profit figures. The final section of the report discusses the use of a plethora of information processing tools in situations; critical path analysis and business decision making. The report concludes by presenting the results obtained for each of the business issues.

 

... Continue reading
Published: 14 Nov 2018 Views: 0 Type: Report Writing

Managing Work in Context

 

Over the past decades and with the development of the industrial relations and human capital management initiatives those were taken place within business and organisational contexts the arguments on ‘’men’’ and ‘’women’’ and in general as the ‘’gender equality’’ or ‘’gender specification’’ has been vividly discussed and taken into consideration. The laws, regulations, procedures, workplace ethics and related code of conducts have been developed through and across the organisational legislations and with continual efforts it has been extended efforts on neutralising the barriers to men and women participation in jobs to be suitable to each other. The new job roles have been introduced to many such related job disciplines from simply executed jobs to complex job categories through ordinary moderate level occupation in order to match the employee or the gender satisfaction in general. However, on assessing the present industrial and business context across the global context the arguable and controversial concepts are still emerging and widely issues are prevailed in this regard, as to the occupations are not suitable for each other in a similar manner and the gender satisfaction by occupation is not claimed to a higher level. The assignment aim to develop on assessing same in an extended manner and primarily critically evaluating in respect of the given statement ‘’ “Despite increasing effort to lift barriers to men and women’s participation in jobs deemed to be suitable for the ‘other’, with the introduction of new job roles in each domain for example, gender stratification by occupation still persists as professions are frequently categorized by society as suitable for one gender or another.”, which has been extracted from McDowell, 2015.

... Continue reading
Published: 14 Nov 2018 Views: 0 Type: Report Writing

Total Quality Management

 

The assignment is covering the topic of benchmarking in a Business. In order to elaborate the topic further Tesco Plc taken as an example which is a reputed retail company in UK that has adopted benchmarking process in order to gain a lot of benefits . The benchmarking is the measuring of policies, products; strategies etc. of a Company and compare the standard measurements with competitors. In the first stage of the assignment advantages that can be gain through application of benchmarking procedure is discussed. There are different stages that companies can follow in the benchmarking process. Tesco can apply main 4 stages to develop an appropriate benchmarking process. The limitations arising in the whole benchmarking process also has discussed with the areas that limitations arise. There are so many effective strategies that the companies can apply in order to reduce the limitations in the Benchmarking process that will discuss in the last part in the assignment.

... Continue reading
Published: 14 Nov 2018 Views: 0 Type: Assignment

Managing Organisational Design and Change

 

An organisation is “A Body of individuals working under a defined system of rules, assignments procedures, and relationships designed to achieve identifiable objectives and goals.” In an organisation a team of people work separately to achieve common set of goals and organisation is deliberately structured and designed. Organisational design is the process of combining organisation’s operations with external environment through their different operations. Organisation design might be properly structured but the management systems must adapt to the uncertainties in the marketplace. Uncertainties in the external environment can be assessed through many ways and the organisation should utilize their strengths to exploit opportunities in the external environment while mitigating threats imposed and the weaknesses must be eliminated accordingly.

 

... Continue reading
Published: 14 Nov 2018 Views: 0 Type: Assignment

Managing Organisational Design and Change

 

The swiftness within trade and business has boosted heavily lately and many new products and services are announced in a regular basis. To cope up with the changes in the within a company, this requires an amplified competency. The whole world has transformed and will continue to modify. When executing an organisational change, the culture within the company should be considered as it plays a significant role.  It is vital that the leader of a suggested change has a decent association with the staffs and exceptional communication abilities to both notify and attend to them and it’s because employees are fascinated in contributing to the change procedures and have the capability to impact such alterations. To present the change within the company can be a challenging facet during a change assignment. Unluckily, out-dated business simulations are no equal for present realities. The current world everyone lives in is of constant change, where rivalry is severe and economic burdens are insistent.

... Continue reading
Published: 14 Nov 2018 Views: 0 Type: Assignment

Managing Work in Context

 

 

    Question 2 :       “Despite increasing effort to lift barriers to men and women’s participation in jobs deemed to be suitable for the ‘other’, with the introduction of new job roles in each domain for example, gender stratification by occupation still persists as professions are frequently categorized by society as suitable for one gender or another.”                                                                                        (McDowell, 2015 p273)

 

 

Human Resource is the most critical and important resource to gain the competitive advantages towards the organizational development. Human Resource/employees are unique and only living resource of the organisation that has critical thinking ability. It was developing from 20th century as the organisational function. The effective HRM process pays its attention on productive utilization of the employees towards the organisational objectives. Despite is increasing effort to lift barriers to men and women’s participation in jobs. However, gender discrimination is one of major issues for the organisation and workplace development. The traditional beliefs and concern make the discrimination and it can be seen high attention on gender discrimination within the organisation. The assignment has discussed about the pattern of gender discrimination within the organization and its effect on the organization and productivity. 

 
... Continue reading
Published: 14 Nov 2018 Views: 0 Type: Report Writing

Managing Work in Context

 

Over the past decades and with the development of the industrial relations and human capital management initiatives those were taken place within business and organisational contexts the arguments on ‘’men’’ and ‘’women’’ and in general as the ‘’gender equality’’ or ‘’gender specification’’ has been vividly discussed and taken into consideration. The laws, regulations, procedures, workplace ethics and related code of conducts have been developed through and across the organisational legislations and with continual efforts it has been extended efforts on neutralising the barriers to men and women participation in jobs to be suitable to each other. The new job roles have been introduced to many such related job disciplines from simply executed jobs to complex job categories through ordinary moderate level occupation in order to match the employee or the gender satisfaction in general. However, on assessing the present industrial and business context across the global context the arguable and controversial concepts are still emerging and widely issues are prevailed in this regard, as to the occupations are not suitable for each other in a similar manner and the gender satisfaction by occupation is not claimed to a higher level. The assignment aim to develop on assessing same in an extended manner and primarily critically evaluating in respect of the given statement ‘’ “Despite increasing effort to lift barriers to men and women’s participation in jobs deemed to be suitable for the ‘other’, with the introduction of new job roles in each domain for example, gender stratification by occupation still persists as professions are frequently categorized by society as suitable for one gender or another.”, which has been extracted from McDowell, 2015.

 

 

... Continue reading
Published: 14 Nov 2018 Views: 0 Type: Report Writing

Critical Issues in Business Management 2

 

Since the Great Depression of the 1930’s, the economic crisis of 2007-2008 is considered to have been the most terrible financial crisis.  This portfolio identifies the main causes for the economic crisis, critically evaluates the effectiveness of tools used for forecasting events and predicting crises in the business environment and discusses what organisations need to do prior, during, and after such an event to survive and perhaps thrive.  Leadership lessons that senior management should take away from the consequences of the financial crisis too have been discussed.

... Continue reading
Published: 14 Nov 2018 Views: 0 Type: Assignment

Faculty of Business and Law

 

The project is a number of or collection of activities in order to achieve a unique objective . Therefore organisation’s put high level amount of funds in this project . Therefore managing the projects is very vital . Project management is where ensuring to available  the required material and  knowledge at the correct time .In order to manage the project organisations take a number of actions such as create network diagrams to calculate time frames and etc . In this assignment is about two tasks and task 1 is about the network diagram and task two is to recognize the skills and competencies required by the Project Manager and etc

... Continue reading
Published: 14 Nov 2018 Views: 0 Type: Report Writing

Leading Change

 

In the present business context, change management has been become the most important and fundamental part of the managing the organisations as the say of facing to the dynamic and complexive business context. The change is identified because there have some unexpected outcomes or negative outcomes or negative outcomes of the current process. The change has to be led due to that. Therefore the purpose of the leading change is identifying the solutions for the current issues in the organisation, how manage the current issues, how the change should be done, what points should be addressed through the change like all the aspects should be considered.

People needs the changes because of them are not willing to be stayed and gone with the current organisations system. Here with the crisis of the calamity bank and its management is requiring of change the organisational some practices according to address those crises as follows.

 

... Continue reading
Published: 14 Nov 2018 Views: 0 Type: Report Writing

CONCEPTUAL PERSPECTIVE OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP

 

This assignment is mentioned about the conceptual perspective Entrepreneurship and through the report it is mentioned about the new product or service which is situated in the UK. This is going to discuss at the Dragons den TV show in the UK. Through the report it is discussed about the e- learning institute call Bright which is operates different types of E- learning programs. It provides introduction about the product or the service they are given and future of the product. It is mentioned the strategies which can take to develop the business and to success it. This increases the student’s knowledge and skills about the entrepreneurship.  

... Continue reading
Published: 14 Nov 2018 Views: 0 Type: Report Writing

Business Decision Making

 

The report addresses business concerns of one of UK’s largest retailers; Sainsbury. The report first focuses on designing a study in order to evaluate statements published on the company’s website regarding customer satisfaction. The study is designed by discussing various aspects such as; research design, sampling frame, sampling methods, questionnaire designing etc. Next the report conducts an analysis on sales and operating figures of both Sainsbury and Tesco a major competitor of Sainsbury using various statistical techniques in order to provide a detailed comparison of the performance of the two retailers. The report also uses past information in order to predict future performance of Sainsbury by forecasting sales and operating profit figures. The final section of the report discusses the use of a plethora of information processing tools in situations; critical path analysis and business decision making. The report concludes by presenting the results obtained for each of the business issues.

... Continue reading
Published: 14 Nov 2018 Views: 0 Type: Report Writing

Small Business Enterprise

 

The main intention of the following report is to address several major areas under small business enterprise subject area.

The first part of the report focuses on analysing the financial performance as well as the financial position of a company using ratio analysis. Ratio analysis could be identified as one of the main tools used by the companies and analysts to analyse the performance of the company. The performance of the company has been analysed in various aspects such as liquidity position and profitability position. The report also discuss about the areas that the business could further developed. In other words, the areas which have been identified as relatively weak via the ratio analysis have been further discussed in the sense of how to develop those under performing areas.

In the next part of the report, it discuss about the ways in which the small and medium scale business entities could be developed and expanded. Also it discuss about various aspects of a business plan that could be used by managers to correctly plan and execute their strategic decisions.


... Continue reading
Published: 14 Nov 2018 Views: 0 Type: Assignment

Business Event Management

 

In this commercialised world there people getting busier and they expect the thing in a well prepared manner.This event is focus on the wedding ceremony boutique promoting called “Lovely Favors”. With the performance of five members it tries to successfully complete the wedding promotional event. If the event has not arranged well the clients may not attract to that event and the objectives of one party me destroyed. Therefore under event management it identified the different requirements and there has a proper system to implement a project. When it consider about the project planning there the most important thing is plan that within the given time scale and organise with the available resources. A project cannot be implemented by one party and it must get the commitment by each one. When working as teams the well communication is very important and the most important thing is working with every member in a good manner. To get the maximum output it identifies the different skills of team members by the leader. Under this review there the important theories have been discussed for the studying purposes

... Continue reading
Published: 15 Nov 2018 Views: 0 Type: Essay