NAME Bhavana P Exercise 14.3 - The Development of a Health and Safety Policy FORM 14.3.1 1. What questions would you ask Dynamic Duo’s owners? • What are the main causes of incidents such as upset stomach and what could be done to fix them? • Would hiring managers with more knowledge about safety practices would be beneficial? • What were the actions taken after the discovery of violations by the inspectors?
Maintaining staff training schedules weekly and monthly and maintaining the quality of work needed that service levels will be reached as defined. Performing checks among those areas involved weekly will ensure that service levels are being met, and the compliance system is being maintained with the proper training. It should be done monthly for the corporate offices and employees. It will be imperative that all legal, contractual and regulatory goals are met by the employees involved in the new compliance system and policies. If all people involved do not attend training sessions then, it will greatly impact the measurable organizational value of the overall
Using technology on a daily basis can improve our skills for our future jobs. According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, “More than 50% of today’s jobs require some degree of technology skills, experts say that percentage will increase to 77% in the next decade”
The reason for this is that staff would need to have IT skills which would allow them to use word processing and spread sheets. Staff which are employed are less administrators to their job role. Impact of cost As an IT manager, cost will have a massive impact on upgrading the system in IT because if the company does not have enough money to invest, then the company would not be able to upgrade the latest development in an organisation. Every organisation would have a budget on how much to spend. However, upgrading the IT system could mean a lot of money would need to be spend.
HCA 459 Senior Projects DQ 1and DQ 2 Name Institution Discussion 1 Organizational Survival Strategies Healthcare has to be abundant, effective, easy and cheap but in the real world health care is limited, ineffective and very expensive. Managers have to create healthcare that can survival the ever changing risks and challenges (Grigg, 2010). Mission transforming projects; many organizations are undergoing through mission transforming projects that are changes are made to the original mission because this is to provide diversification of services, and outsourcing for a new source of revenue generation (Want, 2006). Mission transformation is a deliberate process that integrates specific strategies to deal with new threats and challenges. An organization
Everyone wonders what the future will be like at least once in their lifetime. Ray Bradbury and George Orwell addressed this idea with the writing of their books, Fahrenheit 451 and Animal Farm. These novels force one to think about what the future may be like. In these two books the authors attempt to convey messages of warning about what may come to be in the future by creating a society in which everyone is oblivious to the option of individual rights. Then, by using allusions, the authors compare their fictional worlds to today's society and give signs that our current world may become like these fictional societies.
All department managers are required to attend bi-weekly training sessions so that they are equipped to then train the staff in their department on new policies, quality control, and work requirements. The new training models have been designed to increase knowledge as well as job satisfaction. We want our current employees as well as all new hires to stay with our company and receive on the job training to enhance their skill as well as add skilled workers to our workforce. Our Sales and Marketing Department will be working hand and hand with our Human Resources Department. Our evolved sales plan includes the hiring of seven additional employees rounding out the total number of Sales and Marketing employees to nineteen.
Hence, leaders need to be prepared and manage readiness to the alteration by making an environment of honesty and transparency for their team as a successful implementation of the change is unlikely. Employees must be part of the change hence, they must to be told about the requirement of the change and be given a reward to motivate to embrace the change. If change be accepted by all recipients it can be implemented quickly and effectively. The leaders’ attitudes and behaviors have both positive and negative alterations on the change success. Therefore, leaders of organizations need to try and develop a more framing and shaping behavior, adding skills on themselves to change and motivate the subordinates towards the embracing the change.
Overall, it will increase productivity in the workplace due to clearer objectives and better skills learnt and the organisation can keep track of employee perfor-mance. 1.2 & 1.3 – Identify & analyse development opportunities for career and personal
The program can proceed if all agents pivotal to the success of the change are engaged and a clear and concise vision for the future has been developed. Once the change model is in place, it is time to define the structure of change. Senior leaders should provide a clear path for communications and responsibility at each level. At this point I have realised that Change management is not an alternative to project management.