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Compensation Management – BUSI 645
CG • Section 8WK • 11/08/2019 to 04/16/2020 • Modified 12/12/2022
The course will focus on the critical issues related to the strategic management of the organization’s compensation and benefit system. Topics discussed will include the components and strategic analysis of compensation systems, bases for pay, designing compensation systems, legally required and discretionary employee benefits, and contemporary strategic compensation challenges. Students will learn to apply tools for decision-making complex, compensation related environments, as well as design, develop, and implement compensation strategies that achieve value-added results, thereby enabling organizations to more effectively and efficiently achieve their goals.
For information regarding prerequisites for this course, please refer to the Academic Course Catalog .
The human resources manager must have the necessary skills to design, implement, and manage an effective compensation and benefit program to support the organization’s mission. In addition, anyone within an organization must be aware of how employees are compensated.
After reading the Course Syllabus and Student Expectations , the student will complete the related checklist found in the Course Overview.
Discussions are collaborative learning experiences. Therefore, the student is required to post 1 thread of at least 250 words. The student will also post 2 replies of at least 125 words each. For each thread, assertions must be supported with at least 2 citations in current APA format. Each reply must also cite at least 2 sources.
The student will submit an essay answering questions posed in the assignment prompt. Each assignment requires 3–4 full pages and at least 5 scholarly sources in current APA format to substantiate the student’s position in his/her answer. These exercises are meant to foster the student’s comprehensive research skills. If you use the questions as headings in your paper you will receive an automatic 20% deduction. In other words, you are not to write in a question and answer format.
The Quiz: Midterm will cover the Textbook material for the Chapters 1 through 8. The quiz will be open-book/open-notes, contain 40 multiple-choice questions, and have a 1-hour time limit.
The Quiz: Final will cover the Textbook material for Chapters 9 through 16. The quiz will be open-book/open-notes, contain 40 multiple-choice questions, and have a 1-hour time limit.
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Online Prerequisite: BMAL 500 or BUSI 646
This course provides a comprehensive perspective on leadership and management, from both an historical and current practices perspective. The link between management and leadership is examined and the application of leadership theory is explored.
This course examines the concept of servant leadership from the perspective of leadership theory and applied biblical integration. The course will impart the philosophy of servant leadership.
Prerequisite: BUSI 502
This course broadly surveys the body of leadership literature with heavy emphasis on the major practical theories. All leadership theories are evaluated in the light of biblical reasoning.
Offered: Resident and Online
Students in this course will study the impact of change on an organization and stakeholders and the dynamics of change in order to lead organizational change efforts. The course reviews the literature for the best practices relating to organizational change and organizational learning.
Focused on the foundations of healthcare informatics, students will gain an overview of the information, resources, and technologies in healthcare. Topics include but are not limited to healthcare information systems infrastructure, enterprise architecture, applications, data management, information security, telehealth, project management, and emerging technologies. Students will examine major theories supporting healthcare informatics, understand its application in supporting decision-making, and recognize its importance in the provision of effective and efficient healthcare. (Crosslisted with INFO 505 )
Online Prerequisite: BUSI 511
An examination of contemporary legal and ethical issues encountered by health professionals in the provision and delivery of healthcare products and services. Topics explored include but not limited to patient-caregiver relationships, high-tech medicine, regulatory compliance, healthcare ethics, criminal aspects of healthcare, corporate structure, patient rights, medical records, and disclosure of patient information in healthcare.
This course will provide an overview of healthcare administration career opportunities ranging from direct care facilities such as hospitals and physician practices, as well as non-direct health care entities such as associations, insurance companies and medical supplier organizations. Evaluating the healthcare management workforce, understanding healthcare management, and healthcare management practice settings will be completed.
This course will provide the current or future healthcare manager with an overview of issues healthcare administrators will need to address to include diversity, attitudes, perceptions, and effective communication. Motivational and leadership theories, intrapersonal and interpersonal issues, stress, decision making, conflict/negotiation skills and group dynamics in the healthcare organization will be addressed. Healthcare managers ultimately play a critical and vital role in how health systems manage change and these aspects will be explored.
Explores the field of healthcare management, specifically related to the management of global healthcare systems in technological societies and the need for innovation and creativity in healthcare administration. This course will provide an introduction to the principles of management and leadership as the foundations for the administration of healthcare products and service delivery. Topics explored include but not limited to a historical overview, theoretical foundations, and major developments and characteristics of global healthcare systems; types of healthcare providers; cost, access and quality of care; and the future of health services delivery.
This course is designed to provide the essential tools needed for the effective management of information technology. The objective is to build a basic understanding of the value and uses of information systems for business operation, management decision-making, and strategic advantage. While not designed as a course in computer literacy, the course does include topics that develop skills as managers and users of information systems technology, rather than as producers of information systems technology.
This course is designed to provide the student with a working knowledge of the steps involved in the analytical and decision-making processes involved in formulating, implementing and controlling a strategic marketing program for a product market entry.
Focused on financial analysis and decision making in healthcare, this course will provide exposure to the design and operation of healthcare financial and reimbursement systems. Examines the current system of financing healthcare and the factors affecting it. Students will examine topics related to the revenue cycle, disbursement, budgeting/forecasting, internal control, financial reporting, and contract management aspects of the healthcare organization.
Focused on creating strategies and exploring models for gaining a competitive edge in the healthcare marketplace. Students will explore the importance of strategic planning in healthcare; internal and external environmental assessment; marketing healthcare services; strategy formulation, implementation, evaluation, and long term control.
A treatment of the theory and practice of financial decision making in the firm, with emphasis on the practical application of financial analysis, the course is based on the principle that a firm should be managed to increase the wealth of its shareholders. The target audience is managers, at all levels and in all functional areas. Beginning with an overview of financial analysis, the course topics include financial management, capital investment decisions, financing decisions, and managing for value creation. Importance is placed on the concept of the time value of money.
Online Prerequisite: Financial Accounting with a score of 3 and Managerial Accounting with a score of 3 and Corporate Finance with a score of 3 and (Bus Cmn Pro Cpnt/27hr BUSI Req with a score of 3 or BMAL 590 )
This course examines advanced techniques for evaluating the financial stability of a company through its financial statements, and how the financial statements may be used for strategic planning and decision making.
This course examines the various techniques used to evaluate businesses from a theoretical and practical standpoint.
Prerequisite: BUSI 532 and BUSI 534 and BUSI 536
This course provides the framework for biblical stewardship with regard to financial planning. Successful completion of this course allows for students to take the Certified Kingdom Advisors (CKA) exam.
This course explores the concepts of mergers and acquisitions from a financial resources need perspective, determining appropriate acquisitions, and analyzing the restructuring of companies.
Prerequisite: Financial Accounting with a score of 3 and Managerial Accounting with a score of 3 and Corporate Finance with a score of 3 and (Bus Cmn Pro Cpnt/27hr BUSI Req with a score of 3 or BMAL 590 )
This course explores the framework from which a company makes investment decisions, provides a foundation for the study of derivative products, and how companies may effectively use investments and derivatives to make wise financial decisions.
This course provides the student with a foundational knowledge of the legal issues that both start-up and established business enterprises face. Armed with this wisdom, the student will assess an organization's need for competent legal advice from an experienced professional in matters of contracts, corporations, employment, insurance, intellectual property, international trade, leases, limited liability organizations, partnerships, and homeland security concerns.
This course focuses upon ethical issues and dilemmas faced by leaders. Definitions of ethical leadership are reviewed as they related to values and culture. The theory and practice of ethical leadership is evaluated as it pertains to a biblical worldview.
Business research is a systematic inquiry whose objective is to provide information to solve managerial problems. This course is an introduction on how to do business research with an emphasis on applied problem solving. It has a major focus on problem identification and analysis, problem solving strategies and communication skills.
Resident Prerequisite: BUSI 600 or ACCT 531 (may be taken concurrently)
Online Prerequisite: BUSI 600
This is a graduate level course in cost management with a strategic cost emphasis. The course presents an in-depth study of contemporary management techniques used by managers in a contemporary business environment. The balanced scorecard, critical success factors, and strategic analysis are emphasized and integrated with other decision making techniques in this accounting course.
Leaders of non-profit organizations must understand their role in the diverse political, social and economic contexts in which they will lead. This course provides a comprehensive understanding of how to lead a non-profit organization. Students will examine governance, key concepts and the stakeholders involved in non-profit management.
This course is directed toward preparing those considering starting or acquiring a business. Students will examine the managerial, technical and financial challenges of entrepreneurship. In-depth studies of the entrepreneurial requirements for success and the methods of entering a business are covered.
The purpose of the course is to prepare managers to compete successfully in the global economy. The rapidly changing economic, political, technological and cultural environments will be studied as a foundation for understanding how to compete in differing environments, utilizing the resources available to the enterprise in managing the various functional areas of business.
Online Prerequisite: BUSI 604
The course provides in-depth perspectives concerning the nature of international business and the environment in which it is conducted, including international trade, foreign direct investment, the relationship between international organizations and international business, the international monetary system, and international environmental forces (socio-cultural, natural resources, economic, political, legal, financial, labor).
Online Prerequisite: BUSI 605
This course provides an overview of international financial markets and how they operate and interrelate. The structure, characteristics, and issues for markets in the Americas, Europe, Africa/Middle East, and Asia/Pacific will be identified.
This course provides an organizational analysis framework within which a firm's market-based global operations can be analyzed, understood, and undertaken. Particular focus will be placed on international competitive strategy, the assessment of global markets, modes of entry, workforce planning and development, and global operations and supply chain management.
Prerequisite: BUSI 600 or NURS 500
This course provides graduate-level instruction regarding the design, redesign, and implementation of effective organizations. Special emphasis is placed on the analysis, planning, implementation, and evaluation of both the social and technical systems of organizations with emphasis on the structural changes necessary to improve and maintain productivity and quality of work life.
A study of the operational challenges and opportunities facing medical and health services managers and the value added areas where resources are transformed into goods and services. The exploration of operations management for health organizations will involve some complexity as various quantitative management tools are examined and applied.
Online Prerequisite: BUSI 520 and (Bus Cmn Pro Cpnt/27hr BUSI Req with a score of 3 or BMAL 590 or BUSI 701 )
This course guides students in understanding and the application of key promotional theories, strategies and tactics associated with organizations whose unique product mix demands the highest levels of promotions. Students will get a solid foundation of the theory, design and application of promotion techniques and practices that are dedicated to increasing brand awareness and top line sales growth.
Online Prerequisite: BMAL 590 or BUSI 701 or Bus Cmn Pro Cpnt/27hr BUSI Req with a score of 3 or GEOG 630
This course will provide learners with a solid foundation of the theory and application of supply chain management techniques and practices that are dedicated to providing customers with superior value. Course topics include supply chain network design, facility planning, capacity planning, globalization and outsourcing, information technology, and global issues in supply chain management.
Online Prerequisite: BUSI 520 and ( BMAL 590 or Bus Cmn Pro Cpnt/27hr BUSI Req with a score of 3 or BUSI 701 )
This course will provide learners with a solid foundation of the theory, evaluation and application of marketing research techniques and practices. Students will apply marketing research through the use of tools and techniques to include data collection and report-generation software.
Online Prerequisite: BUSI 613
This course covers logistics concepts and systems with respect to their collective impact on organizational performance. Other topics covered in the course include planning and implementation, demand forecasting, distribution, inventory management, transportation and warehousing. Relevant technologies for maximizing logistics efficiencies are also emphasized.
This course provides learners with an understanding of quality control and improvement systems. The course includes study of topics related to quality management approaches, design and implementation of quality-related procedures, and related technologies. The focus of the course is on enhancing goods, services, and the business environment.
Historically, the healthcare industry has been based mostly on clinical experience and judgment. Advances in communication, innovation in information technology, and other recent improvements have increased the promise of evidence-based decision making. This course will examine how evidence-based decision making provides a framework for addressing healthcare quality assessment and improvement in the provision and management of patient care.
Resident Prerequisite: BUSI 600 or NURS 500
This course covers the tools of microeconomics useful in the analysis of producer and consumer behavior. The economics of demand, production and cost, and pricing and output decisions in a market system form the core of an approach adapted to the challenges faced by managers in the private, public, and nonprofit sectors of the economy. The coverage is from the domestic, as well as global perspectives.
Online Prerequisite: BUSI 620
An examination of the economics and operations of the real estate markets, including the supply and demand; real estate prices, including cycles and price dynamics.
Online Prerequisite: BUSI 530
This course explores real estate, with a focus on investment and financing. A review of financing strategies and risk, investment decision making and capital markets.
This course explores the real estate development process from a leadership and management perspective, including market analysis, site acquisition, planning and design, financing, construction, as well as leasing commitments and on-going management.
Focused on the economics of healthcare, this course will explore how healthcare economics is unique. Students will be exposed to different techniques used for economic assessment of economic evaluation studies and related publications. For-profit and not-for-profit provider firms, information problems in healthcare markets, regulation, financing of healthcare, and healthcare reform issues will be explored.
This course provides students with a foundation of knowledge and skills to plan, organize and manage health services while addressing various epidemiologic methods. The course focuses on the need for healthcare administrators to evaluate epidemiologic data on incidence and prevalence while addressing the impact of administrative data on cost and quality to improve access and delivery of high quality services in a cost-effective and efficient manner.
This course provides students with a foundation of the quantitative methods and techniques needed for the new or mid-level healthcare administrator. The course will cover practical methods of the tactical, operational, strategic decision-making and analysis required for healthcare managers and administrators. This course will utilize Excel-based examples and techniques.
A practical approach designed for the general manager that provides a knowledge base in basic human resource topics, as well as an in-depth analysis of important current issues in the field. Through text readings, case studies, experiential exercises, Internet activities, and research, students will learn to synthesize and integrate theory with application and evaluate the effectiveness of an organization's human resources.
Online Prerequisite: BUSI 642
This course will examine the changing nature of the labor market, including conceptual, operational, and legal issues. Discussion and activities will focus on the legal, ethical, and economic factors affecting recruitment, selection, placement, and appraisal. Students will learn to synthesize theory with application and evaluate the effectiveness of an organization's workforce planning and employment strategies. Understanding strategic organizational considerations and developing decision-making skills related to the staffing process will be emphasized through text readings, case studies, experiential exercises, and secondary research.
This course integrates theory with a practical approach to the topic of human resources development (HRD) with a focus on the design, implementation, and management of employee orientation, training, and career development programs. A comprehensive view of the concepts, processes, and philosophies of training and development is presented in this course. Emphasis is placed on current trends and research related to the various aspects of the human resource development function. Students will discuss the history and future of HRD, strategies, methods, materials, and measurement of training programs, as well as apply the processes involved in designing, developing, and implementing appropriate and effective training programs.
The course will focus on the critical issues related to the strategic management of the organization's compensation and benefit system. Topics discussed will include the components and strategic analysis of compensation systems, bases for pay, designing compensation systems, legally required and discretionary employee benefits, and contemporary strategic compensation challenges. Students will learn to apply tools for decision-making complex, compensation related environments, as well as design, develop, and implement compensation strategies that achieve value-added results, thereby enabling organizations to more effectively and efficiently achieve their goals.
Online Prerequisite: BUSI 506
Focused on strategically managing human capital in the healthcare environment, students will focus on evaluating human resource management concepts from the perspective of the manager's role in creating and maintaining a productive health workforce. Students will explore human resource management theory and practice of managing the employment relationship through conducting in-depth analyses of current issues (i.e., recruitment, compensation, motivation, performance, and talent management) related to the strategic management of human capital within the healthcare setting.
Prerequisite: BUSI 620 or MGMT 527
This course provides graduate-level instruction regarding the concepts and analytic methods that are useful in understanding the management of a firm's operations. Special emphasis will be placed on familiarizing the student with the problems and issues confronting operations managers, and providing the student with language, concepts, insights and tools to deal with these issues in order to gain competitive advantage through operations. Because the course deals with the management of "processes," it applies to both for-profit and non-profit organizations, to both service and manufacturing organizations, and to virtually any functional area or industry. (Crosslisted with BMIS 650 )
Online Prerequisite: ((Bus Cmn Pro Cpnt/27hr BUSI Req with a score of 3 or BMAL 590 ) and BUSI 642 )
Students will navigate personal ethics as they examine managerial decisions to anticipate and navigate employment laws, international laws, compliance and determine legal risks.
Online Prerequisite: BUSI 651
This course is designed to explore the strategic role and tools to develop effective use of technology in an organization's human resources department.
Online Prerequisite: Bus Cmn Pro Cpnt/27hr BUSI Req with a score of 3 or BMAL 590
HR professionals negotiate and resolve conflict every day. This course emphasizes strategies and skills from both academic and practical perspectives that enable HR managers to enhance long-term business relationships.
Decision makers face complex problems and need to use the data available to them for competitive advantage. Students will learn how to describe and inform business decisions.
Online Prerequisite: BUSI 611 or BUSI 613 or BUSI 650 or BMIS 650
This is the first of a two-course series covering advanced topics in Project Management, cross-referenced with PMBOK concepts. Topical coverage includes: project selection and definition, aligning projects with organizational strategy/structure/ culture, estimating project times and costs, developing the project plan, managing risk, and scheduling resources and costs. (Crosslisted with BMIS 680 )
Online Prerequisite: BUSI 680
This is the second of a two-course series covering advanced topics in Project Management, cross-referenced with PMBOK concepts. Topical coverage includes: reducing project duration, leading and managing project teams, outsourcing, progress and performance measurement and evaluation, project closure, and agile project management. (Crosslisted with BMIS 681 )
Online Prerequisite: BUSI 681 and BUSI 680
Advanced coverage of Project Management concepts and techniques as applied to various political, cultural, and geographic settings. Topical coverage may include: outsourcing initiatives, the global integrated logistics support process, virtual global software projects, developing multinational teams, risk assessment in global projects, and program/project portfolio management.
Online Prerequisite: BUSI 530 and ( BUSI 687 or ECON 614 )
This course focuses on the U.S. financial system and its major participants, including discussions regarding objectives and procedures for evaluating opportunities and pricing risk. Topics include the role and functions of the Federal Reserve System and the various dynamics of the financial system.
Online Prerequisite: BUSI 530 and BUSI 687
This course provides exposure to financial modeling techniques for business analysis application. Topics include theoretical development, modeling approaches, financial analysis, and applications of financial modeling.
Online Prerequisite: ACCT 614 or BUSI 535 or ( BUSI 530 and BUSI 687 )
This course focuses on the firm's opportunities and resulting potential impact on shareholder value based on the considered risk level. Topics include investments, capital structure and restructuring, budgeting, financial markets, policy, and portfolio management.
Online Prerequisite: BUSI 687
An overview of personal financial decision-making, emphasizing each phase of life. Topics covered include career planning, budgeting, use of credit, insurance, investments, retirement planning, and income tax planning.
Online Prerequisite: BUSI 532 and BUSI 534 and BUSI 536 and BUSI 538
This course focuses on assessing and mitigating risk in the financial industry while integrating insurance considerations to manage both risk and return. Topics include business and personal risk, corporate investments, diversification, ownership and property, and legal liability.
This course provides a comprehensive overview of retirement planning needs and analysis for effective planning strategies. Topics include qualified retirement plan design, Social Security, Medicare, group life health and disability insurance, and non-qualified deferred compensation.
Online Prerequisite: BUSI 686 and BUSI 688
This course will allow the student to create a written financial plan using the knowledge acquired from previous course work in the financial planning classes. The student will use a software package to incorporate all the elements of a successful financial plan for a case study client.
Prerequisite: BUSI 620 and BUSI 520 and BUSI 530 and BUSI 601 and BUSI 610
This capstone course integrates the concepts, techniques, and knowledge of all areas of business administration. This course may not be substituted for or transferred in from another institution. This course is the capstone course and must be taken in the final term of enrollment.
Online Prerequisite: BUSI 523 and BUSI 528 and BUSI 646 and BUSI 630 and BUSI 640
This capstone course for all healthcare administration majors seeks to integrate the concepts, techniques, and knowledge of all areas of healthcare administration. Its focus is strategic management, which is studied in theory and then rigorously applied. This course is designed for final semester seniors.
Online Prerequisite: BUSI 532 and BUSI 534 and BUSI 536 and BUSI 538 and BUSI 687
This course will allow the student to draw from previous coursework to craft a unique solution to a stated, real, or hypothetical defined topic approved by the course instructor. The comprehensive research project could touch on issues such as alternative financing between debt and equity, alternative financing between short term debt, inventory management, accounts receivable management, compensation structures, corporate governance, and alternatives for creation of equity valuation.
Online Prerequisite: BUSI 645 and BUSI 652 and BUSI 675
This capstone is the culminating program experience that focuses on strategic thinking to integrate HR concepts and analysis tools to explore data and trends in the management of human resources.
Topics of special interest not included in the regular department offerings. May be taken more than once, but no topic may be repeated.
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BUSI 645 WEEK 2 CASE STUDY
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Answer the questions at the end of the Case Study assigned for the specific assignment. These are found in your textbook. assignment requires 3–4 full pages and at least 5 scholarly, resources to substantiate your position in your answer. You must carefully read the requirements below , noting the expectations beforehand. These exercises are meant to foster your comprehensive research.
The case studies are as follows:
· Case Study 1 – Case Study from Chapter 2
The specific requirements are as follows:
· As a graduate student, the expectation is quite high for your required quality and effort. Your Case Study must be written near the standard and quality of journals and other published materials.
· Cover page, abstract, reference page, and appendices do not count toward the minimum page length requirement.
· At least 5 scholarly sources are required.
· Use the current APA manual to ensure that you correctly cite your sources.
· The use of sources such as Wikipedia, Investopedia, blogs, personal or corporate websites, or even pay-for-paper or solutions-type websites will result in an automatic 0.
· Do not write in question/answer format; you will receive an automatic 0 if you do. Instead, use the questions to guide and form your paper.
Note: Meeting the minimum specifications will result in the minimum passing grade. You are expected to provide an in-depth, analytical review of the case topic. Assignments that do not meet the minimum criteria will not receive a passing grade.
Each Case Study is due by 10:59 p.m. (CST) on Sunday of the assigned modules/weeks.
Case Exempt or Nonexempt?
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Jane Swift is becoming frustrated with her job as a shift leader at Jones Department Store. She’s worked there for 6 months, and the full-time job has turned into more than full time. Several associates have left the store, and as a result, the past several weeks she has worked 45–50 hours each week. She doesn’t mind working the extra hours; she is just frustrated because she is not getting paid overtime pay.
She asked the store manager, Amy Kostner, about the overtime pay she was due. Amy informed Jane that shift leaders are part of the management team and are classified as exempt under the Fair Labor Standards Act. The store is not required to pay exempt workers overtime pay.
Jane agrees that she is part of the management team. As a shift leader, Jane runs the floor when she is on duty. One of the assistant managers sets the daily schedule of associates each week, but Jane and other shift leaders assign the associates to various work areas as needed. Depending on store traffic, associates need to be moved from stocking shelves and cleaning to cashiering or assisting customers. When not working on such management responsibilities, the shift leaders generally assume the duties of associates by assisting customers and cashiering. Jane reports that she typically spends only a little more than half of her time performing associate duties.
Shift leaders are also involved in managerial decisions. For example, they often sit in on employment interviews and typically are aware of employee terminations before the employee is fired. They also give feedback about the associates to the assistant managers who write the annual performance appraisals.
Just like a manager, Jane makes a lot of decisions during the course of her shift each day. If there is a dispute on a sale price, Jane searches the weekly sales flyer to determine the correct price. If a customer has a return, Jane reviews the transaction and initials it before the cashier can give a refund. However, she does not have complete autonomy in making decisions. For example, if a return is greater than $50.00, an assistant manager or the store manager needs to approve the refund.
But even though she agrees that she is part of the management team, Jane isn’t satisfied with Amy’s answer on her question about pay. If she isn’t eligible for overtime pay, she thinks that she should be paid more. While she is paid at a higher rate than most of the associates, she is not paid nearly as much as the assistant managers. A pay increase or overtime pay would at least make it worthwhile for her to put in the extra hours.
2-6. Why did Amy classify the shift leaders as exempt? Are there any advantages to Jones Department Store to having the shift leaders classified as exempt?
2-7. Do you think that the shift leaders are properly classified as exempt? Why or why not?
2-8. What are some factors that Amy should consider when determining whether shift leaders are exempt or nonexempt?
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BUSI 645 WEEK 2 CASE STUDY
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1Running head: CASE STUDY #2 Arlayne Rattley Case Study #1 BUSI 645 09/23/18 2CASE STUDY #2 Introduction In this case the focus on the pay structure and policies of an upstart company named Nutriment Biotech. They are a start-up that have the ability to become a leader in agricultural biotechnology.
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CASE STUDY 2 2 Nutriment Biotech is focusing on becoming the leader in agricultural biotechnology. The company is a fairly new company that is working to develop food crops that are genetically engineered and offers enhanced nutrition that is easier for farmers to produce.
Page 2 of 5 COURSE SYLLABUS BUSI 645 ... Each reply must also cite at least 2 sources. D. Case Studies (3) The student will answer questions at the end of the assigned case study or those
Compensation Management - BUSI 645 CG • Section 8WK • 11/08/2019 to 04/16/2020 • Modified 12/12/2022 Apply Now Request Info Course Description The course will focus on the critical issues related...
BUSI 645 CASE STUDY 2 WEEK 4 DUE 2/9/2020 laksha7. Main; Home > Business & Finance homework help > Management homework help. KC . CAN YOU DO THIS FOR ME DUE 02/09/2020.. ... ·Case Study 2 - Case Study from Chapter 7. The specific requirements are as follows: · As a graduate student, the expectation is quite high for your required quality ...
The case studies are as follows: • Case Study 2 - Case Study from Chapter 7. The specific requirements are as follows: • As a graduate student, the expectation is quite high for your required quality and effort. Your Case Study must be written near the standard and qualityof journals and other published materials.
Online Prerequisite:BMAL 500or BUSI 646 This course provides a comprehensive perspective on leadership and management, from both an historical and current practices perspective. The link between...
The case studies are as follows: · Case Study 1 - Case Study from Chapter 2. The specific requirements are as follows: · As a graduate student, the expectation is quite high for your required quality and effort. Your Case Study must be written near the standard and quality of journals and other published materials.
Each Case Study requires 3-4 full pages and at least 5 scholarly sources in current APA format to substantiate the student's position in his/her answer. These exercises are meant to foster the student's comprehensive research. You May Also Like BUSI 645 Final BUSI 645 Midterm Previous BUSI 645 Final Next BUSI 504 Quiz 3
BUSI 645 WEEK 2 CASE STUDY · Case Study 1 - Case Study from Chapter 2. Order Now. Format and Features. Approximately 275 Words/Page; All Paper Formats (APA, MLA, HARVARD, CHICAGO/TURABIAN) Font 12 pt. Arial/ Times New Roman; Double & Single Spacing; Free Bibliography Page; Free Title Page;
BUSI 643 C ASE S TUDY A SSIGNMENT I NSTRUCTIONS O VERVIEW The student will complete 5 Case Study assignments, answering questions from the assigned case at the end of the respective textbook chapter. I NSTRUCTIONS Each case study must be a minimum of 3-5 pages of original discussion and analysis, not counting the title page, reference page, figures, tables, and appendixes.