Explain how you would be an asset to this organization?
i would bring in girls and motivate your team to work hard and be focused.
They would sell the asset to provide them with capital.Once the asset is sold they don't have any of the overheads associated with the asset so less costs and also they will increase there capital budget. It is then common to lease the asset back as this retains the asset's usage. Common example is pubs, brewery's in recent years have sold assets such as a pub to create capital that can be invested elsewhere and…
If an organization is planning to change a new system explain the New trends in information and communication technology?
Observe the physical surroundings. - How would you characterize the style of the people you met? - Does the organization have formal rules and regulations? - Ask questions to the people you meet. - What is the background of the founders? - What is the background of current senior managers? - How does the organization integrate new employees?
Identify two professional organizations related to the human services field Explain why you would or would not recommend joining each organization?
The National Organization for Human Services and the World Health OrganizationÊare two organizations related to the human services field. If you worked in human services, joining the National Organization for Human Services would be recommended since you would have many opportunities to expand your career connections. You might not choose to join the World Health Organization because you are not in the medical field or you are not interested in health topics.Ê
Explain the need for sales organisation explain in detail various types of sales organisation structure?
Explain the basis you would apply as an HR manager to fix the remuneration and incentives for employees?
What is the best type of organization for explaining step by step how to get to your house from school?
Replacement cost theory means the amount it would cost to replace an asset at current prices. If the cost of replacing an asset in its current physical condition is lower than the cost of replacing the asset so as to obtain the level of services enjoyed when the asset was bought, then the asset is in poor condition and the firm would probably not want to replace it... In short the theory basically argues that…