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Describe the main features of one of the following organizational structures that would meet the needs of the consulting business and explain how this structure applies to the scenario.

The paper explains how the structure of an organization impacts its effectiveness in the context of critical circumstances.
INTRODUCTION:
Today’s business environment requires leaders to have competency in designing organizations to effectively achieve strategic goals. In this task, you will choose an organizational structure that will positively affect a venture’s ability to effectively achieve goals and explain your choice in relation to the four factors that impact organizational design. You will also be asked to evaluate how choosing a different structure could impact organizational outcomes.
SCENARIO:
You have decided to create a consulting business to address increasing market needs for sustainability and innovation in the community. You want to emphasize how businesses can make incremental changes in the workplace to achieve sustainable results that increase profitability and brand reputation. The mission of the company is to “facilitate sustainable social, economic, and environmental development opportunities for the good of businesses in the community.” The company should be designed as a mission-driven, for-profit organization that will create partnerships that result in sustainable changes for the community. You would like your business to be successful so that your consulting firm can raise your city’s ranking in the “Most Sustainable and Innovative Communities” list from the top 20% of all U.S. communities to the top 10%.
Before you design a business venture plan that includes its organizational design, you will identify how the business will generate revenue. You will assess the sustainability and innovation needs for 30 businesses in the local community in the first year. You will then share the results of those assessments with all business stakeholders to generate feedback that will be used to develop and implement proposals for consulting. You would also like to hire three university students as part-time interns to help you develop an organizational structure. You are interested in seeking investors in the business community who would like to take a leadership role in the business and its decision-making.
You are excited about this opportunity and begin considering the organizational structure for your consulting business.
Note: Additional employees may be hired in the future.
REQUIREMENTS:
Your submission must be your original work. No more than a combined total of 30% of the submission and no more than a 10% match to any one individual source can be directly quoted or closely paraphrased from sources, even if cited correctly. The originality report that is provided when you submit your task can be used as a guide.
You must use the rubric to direct the creation of your submission because it provides detailed criteria that will be used to evaluate your work. Each requirement below may be evaluated by more than one rubric aspect. The rubric aspect titles may contain hyperlinks to relevant portions of the course.
Tasks may not be submitted as cloud links, such as links to Google Docs, Google Slides, OneDrive, etc., unless specified in the task requirements. All other submissions must be file types that are uploaded and submitted as attachments (e.g., .docx, .pdf, .ppt).
A. Describe an organizational structure you would select for the consulting business in the scenario by doing the following:
1. Describe the main features of one of the following organizational structures that would meet the needs of the consulting business and explain how this structure applies to the scenario.
• functional
• divisional
• matrix
• teams
2. Using the chosen organizational structure described in part A1, explain how each of the following four factors work within the chosen organizational structure for the consulting business in the scenario:
• functions or departments
• chain of command
• centralized or decentralized
• level of formality
B. Describe one of the following organizational theories, and explain how it can be used to support the organizational structure described in part A1:
• scientific management
• bureaucratic
• administrative
• neoclassical
• modern
• contingency/situational
C. Describe how an organizational structure can impact the effectiveness of the consulting business in the scenario by doing the following:
1. Using the goal-approach model of organizational effectiveness, describe how the organizational structure selected in part A1 can impact the effectiveness of the consulting business in the scenario.
2. Using the goal-approach model of organizational effectiveness, explain the advantages or disadvantages of using one of the organizational structures from the list in part A1 that is different from the structure already selected for the consulting business.
D. Acknowledge sources, using in-text citations and references, for content that is quoted, paraphrased, or summarized.
E. Demonstrate professional communication in the content and presentation of your submission.

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Describe the tool and explain its uses and benefits.

Purpose
This assignment is intended to help you learn to explore additional decision-making and problem-solving tools and techniques that were not already covered in the course, and to share learning with peers.
Action Items
Initial Post
Explore the sites for ASQ Links to an https://asq.org., MindTools Links https://www.mindtools.com, and other sources listed in this module’s preparation to learn about 2 additional problem-solving and decision-making tools or techniques that interest you.
You may use other similar sources as well; you’re not limited to the sources listed in the reading material.
For each technique, write 1-2 paragraphs addressing the following:
Describe the tool and explain its uses and benefits.
Share an example of how to use the tool (apply it to your individual workplace problem, if you can).
Include diagrams or other visuals as appropriate.

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Describe how critically analyzing a technology’s role in an event has informed your individual framework of perception.

Overview
An essential part of developing critical analysis skills is self-reflection. In this activity, you will have the opportunity to consider how using critical analysis influences your personal experience and your field of study or profession. Completing this activity will result in a draft of the first part of the reflection section of your project. It also provides an opportunity to obtain valuable feedback from your instructor that you can incorporate into your project submission.
Directions
In this activity, you will describe how using critical analysis tools influences your personal experience and your field of study or profession.
Specifically, you must address the following rubric criteria:
Describe how critically analyzing a technology’s role in an event has informed your individual framework of perception.
Consider how it has altered the way you perceive the world.
Describe how examining your bias has altered the way you use or don’t use certain technologies.
Reflect on your own bias, then consider how an awareness of one’s bias can change how one interacts with technology.
Explain how critically analyzing a technology’s role in your event can influence your field of study or profession.
How can studying technology inform your understanding of the next big topic of study in your field or profession?
What to Submit
Submit your short paper as a 1- to 2-page Microsoft Word document with double spacing, 12-point Times New Roman font, and one-inch margins. If sources are used, they should be cited according to APA style. Consult the Shapiro Library APA Style Guide for more information on citations.

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What is the eoq and reorder point with safety stock for strike disinfectant given your answer to question 1?

Case questions:
What are good estimates of order cost and inventory-holding cost? (State all assumptions and show all computations.)
What is the EOQ and reorder point with safety stock for Strike Disinfectant given your answer to question 1?
Compute the total order and inventory-holding costs for a fixed-quantity system (FQS) and compare to the current order Q’s. Can you save money by adopting an FQS?
What are your final recommendations, including what you would recommend regarding regular and special orders, the state bidding system, and overall control of the university materials-management system? Explain the reasoning for your recommendations.
This is a Business Report, not an essay! You may use bullet points.
In one paragraph or less summarize the salient issue(s) in the case. Do not duplicate what is in the case itself.
The body of the report addresses the questions in the case in a clear, concise and cohesive manner. This report should be business like, structured and methodical. Please note: each question should become a section title, with sub-titltes as needed for multi-part responses.
The responses are expected to utilize the topics introduced in this course.
Parameters of this assignment:
Use external references in APA style format.
Write as if you are employed by the subject company and writing an internal report. No need to cite internal sources (e.g. the Case Study).
Write in the present tense. You are solving this case as a current-day project.
Write as a formal document, avoid 1st person (i.e. “I” or “We”).
Keep extensive calculations, spreadsheets, etc. in an appendix to the report, and refer to it in the body.

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Given all the information you’ve compiled on the company you chose and its ability or inability to satisfy its responsibilities, is your company a good corporate citizen?

Term Paper Assignment Description
Due: 11/24/22
Worth: 280 points
Deliverable: 10-12-page paper
Description: An academic research paper of 10-12 pages in length, your Term Paper should include a title page (does not count toward length), be double spaced in Times New Roman 12 with 1” margins, and appropriately cite all sources referenced using APA formatting. The quality and content of the paper is more important than the form, but please make an effort to adhere to the APA style guide throughout the paper. This is an academic research paper which will require your independent investigation of scholarly/credible sources. You must include a minimum of five peer-reviewed sources. Failing to include at least five peer-reviewed sources will result in a 50-point penalty. Your paper should be largely free of grammatical, spelling, and other common writing errors and incorporate outside research and sources (cited appropriately, of course). This paper is to be entirely your own, original work, and prepared specifically for this class. Be sure to review the LWC Statement on Academic Integrity paying especially close attention to the definition of plagiarism. Your Term Paper is due on Thursday, December 9th
Topic: Read Archie Carroll’s seminal paper on the Pyramid of Corporate Responsibility (provided in the “Term Paper Resources” folder). After reading and pondering Carroll’s work, you will select one company and research it in light of the CSR Pyramid. You will need to engage in some robust academic research in order to appropriately address this term paper. No assertions should be made without scholarly/credible sources to bolster those assertions. Your paper will consist of the following sections:
A brief introduction to your company (1 page or less)
Provide the basic information regarding your company’s history/founding, organization, mission, values, goals, its core business model, and core product(s)/service(s)
The CSR Pyramid (1-2 pages)
Citing Carroll and other scholarly sources, discuss what the CSR Pyramid is, why/how it is useful, criticisms of the pyramid, and how we can examine companies in the context of the CSR pyramid
Your Company and its Economic Responsibilities (1 page or less)
Provide evidence and discussion that your company is or isn’t living up to its economic responsibilities in the context of the CSR pyramid
Your Company and its Legal Responsibilities (~2 pages)
Provide evidence and discussion that your company is or isn’t living up to its legal responsibilities in the context of the CSR pyramid
Your Company and its Ethical Responsibilities (~3 pages)
Provide evidence and discussion that your company is or isn’t living up to its ethical responsibilities in the context of the CSR pyramid
Your Company and its Philanthropic Responsibilities (~3 pages)
Provide evidence and discussion that your company is or isn’t living up to its philanthropic responsibilities in the context of the CSR pyramid
Verdict (~1 page)
Given all the information you’ve compiled on the company you chose and its ability or inability to satisfy its responsibilities, is your company a good corporate citizen? Why or why not? (this should be an objective assessment based on the information you’ve collected)
Author’s Perspective (~1 page)
Given all the information you’ve compiled on the company you chose and its ability or inability to satisfy its responsibilities, do you personally consider your company to be “good”? Why or why not? (this should be a subjective assessment and can include anecdotal information/personal experience and feelings)

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Challenges of e-commerce company in qatar

Challenges of e-commerce company in Qatar
detailed research on how to make e-commerce business sustainable in Qatar

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What is their future outlook

Sideline cover page
times new roman 12
black ink
don’t refer to yourself
in-text citations
work cited page
no blogs or Wikipedia
APA guidelines
no plagiarism
write about the rise and fall of Labor Unions abroad or in U.S.
1. history of labor unions
2. why they became powerful
3. what changed to either increase or decrease membership
4. what is or was their effect on the economy
5. what is their future outlook
At least 4 sources, completed doc. will be at least 4 pages
2 full pages of text, which includes in-text citation and a work cited page

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Include durations if you like.

Create a scope of work document: Must include all trades required for project and sub tasks for those trades. Include durations if you like. Thank you! I will submit the drawings where you can calculate what trades will be needed and the sub tasks required.

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Consider some of the following organisational factors such as culture, organisational

Prepare and present a presentation which examines the opportunities and challenges of designing
and implementing organisational change interventions for sustainable development for a proposed
change intervention for Arcadis (https://www.arcadis.com/en-gb).
The presentation should include consideration of:
how to accurately assess the need for change,
how to design change that is coherent with organisational priorities, as well as purpose and
culture, and which seeks to meet the needs of wider stakeholders.
The presentation should;
refer to and critically appraise those models, frameworks and techniques, from this module
and from your own research, which support different aspects of organisational change and
innovation.
consider some of the following organisational factors such as culture, organisational
structure, improving team performance, planning/decision making.
It will be assessed against the following Module Learning (Enabling Leadership) Outcomes:
Analyse appropriate frameworks, models and techniques that support organisational change and innovation.
Please see below; at least 5 out of 9 of the following sources need to be highlighted in the reference citation and report. Especially the bolded ones must be indicated in the report;
Johansen, B., & Euchner, J. (2013). Navigating the VUCA world Links to https://doi.org/10.5437/08956308X5601003.
Research-Technology Management, 56(1), 10-15.
Arena, M., Cross, R., Sims, J., & Uhl-Bien, M. (2017). How to catalyze innovation in your organisation Links to an external site.MIT Sloan Management Review, 58(4), 38-48.
Leavy, B. (2016), “Lord John Browne: beyond CSR – why business needs to engage more radically with society”, Strategy & Leadership, Vol. 44 No. 4, pp. 32-40. https://doi.org/10.1108/SL-06-2016-0040
Uhl-Bien, M. (2014). Followership theory: ‘A review and research agenda’, The Leadership Quarterly, (25), pp.83-104.
Pearce, C. L. and Conger, J.A. (2003). All those years ago: the historical underpinnings of shared leadership, in Pearce C. L. & Conger, J.A. (eds.) Shared Leadership: Reframing the Hows and Whys of Leadership. Sage Publications, pp.1-18.
Liz Wiggins, & Harriet Hunter. (2016). Relational Change : The Art and Practice of Changing Organizations. Bloomsbury Business.
HBR article by John Kotter (2012 November): Accelerate, https://hbr.org/2012/11/accelerate
Heifetz, R. A., & Linsky, M. (2002). A survival guide for leaders. Harvard Leaders. Harvard Business Review, 80(6), 65-74.
Pearce, C.L., Manz, C.C. & Akanno, S. (2013). Searching for the holy grail of management development and sustainability: is shared leadership development the answer?’’, Journal of Management Development, 32(3), pp. 247-257.
Leadership Without Easy Answers by Ronald Heifetz Download Leadership Without Easy Answers by Ronald Heifetz
Arena, M., Cross, R., Sims, J., & Uhl-Bien, M. (2017). How to catalyze innovation in your organization Links to an external site.. MIT Sloan Management Review, 58(4), 38-48.
Chapter 2 and 3 of Wiggins, L. & Hunter, H.. (2016). Relational Change : The Art and Practice of Changing Organizations. Bloomsbury Business.
Sticky wisdom : how to start a creative revolution at work / ?What if! The Innovation Company. Daniel Coyle, Publisher: Random House Business 2019-02-21
The culture code : the secrets of highly successful groups / Daniel Coyle. Gary Heil, Publisher: Wiley 2000-04-17
Douglas McGregor, Revisited – Managing the Human Side of the Enterprise: Revisiting the Human Side of the Enterprise, 1st edition. Frederic Laloux, Publisher: Nelson Parker 2014-02-10
Creating Social Value. Cheryl Kiser , Deborah Leipziger , J. Janelle Shubert, Publisher: Greenleaf Publishing 2014-02-21
The leadership challenge : how to make extraordinary things happen in organizations / James M. Kouzes, Barry Z. Posner., 6th ed.
Kouzes, James M. , Posner, Barry Z.
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Inc. 2017
THE HUMAN SIDE OF ENTERPRISE. Douglas Mcgregor, Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education / Asia 1972-04-01
Managers not MBAs : a hard look at the soft practice of managing and management development (electronic book). Henry Mintzberg
Mintzberg, Henry.
Publisher: Financial Times Prentice Hall 2004
Leadership : theory and practice / Peter G. Northouse., Ninth Edition.
Northouse, Peter Guy.
Publisher: SAGE 2022
Leadersmithing : revealing the trade secrets of leadership. Eve Poole, Publisher: Bloomsbury Business 2017
Relational change : the art and practice of changing organizations. Liz Wiggins and Harriet Hunter
Wiggins, Liz , Hunter, Harriet
Publisher: Bloomsbury Business, an imprint of Bloomsbury Publishing Plc 2016
Note that Word counts include footnotes, quotes and reference citations within the text of the work. The reference list, bibliography and appendices are excluded, as are captions for images, figures or tables.

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8 what is your favorite leadership book?

As an executive level professional,
1 How would you define leadership?
2 What is your leadership style?
3 How do you measure your style’s effectiveness and efficiency?
4 How do you center purpose at the course of your leadership style?
5 What specific experiences, opportunities, and individuals shaped your professional path?
6 What are your most negative and positive leadership experiences?
7 What does authentic leadership look like in practice?
8 What is your favorite leadership book?
9 What is your personal philosophy for alliance-building?
10 What do you believe to be the greatest leadership challenge for your organization?
11 What advice would you give a new leader?