BUS 5113 Organizational Theory and Behavior In the study of human behaviors, organizational leaders must understand concepts such as values, attitudes, perceptions, and behaviors of people. The objective is to align their thoughts, emotions, and competencies with organizationsl success. We often ask why people do things the way they do […]
The decision to cancel a project that has little or no chance of meeting its envisioned benefits or meeting its objectives can be a difficult and complex decision. Many people are afraid to face the truth when it comes to a failed project. According to Bart Perkins, euthanizing these projects […]
In your workplace, home, community organization, or another real-life scenario, would you view yourself as a leader or a manager, or both, and why?Why might it be valuable for you to possess both leadership and management skills in your personal and/or professional lives?Based on your personal and/or professional experiences, do […]
Needs Statement and Management Plan Imagine that you are employed by the following: A police or fire department Develop a 1,050- to 1,400-word needs statement and management plan that will be part of a proposal for a fictitious, grant-funded project of your choosing on behalf of your agency or organization. Include the following […]
Some people say the hard skills (technical, finance, quantitative analysis) are more important for managers than soft skills (interpersonal), and some say the opposite is true. Please discuss why each side might feel the way they do; provide support. What is your view?
Most business managers know they need to consult a lawyer when they make important business decisions. If that assumption is correct, why would a manager or entrepreneur need to have any knowledge of business law? Couldn’t she or he just ask the lawyer?