Management need to be person centred about their staff everyone involved with the work service needs to know there values. If change is needed staff must discus with management to see where they can help and what they can do. Staff should never force there beliefs on other members of staff or residents but we must also respect their views. 2.7 Describe the role of the manager in implementing person-centred thinking and planning?
They feel or do not care if there are definite studies to prove that this food causes their bodies or the environment any harm. Inorganic or non-organic farming is determined by the chemicals that are used when produce is grown. The chemicals used are all synthetic and not natural. Animals are grown with antibiotics and growth hormones to increase the speed and size at which they grow as well as increasing their milk production, which ultimately increases the farmer’s profits. Medications are used to prevent diseases in the animals and testing is done to ensure that animals are disease free before products go to the consumer.
From just pesticide use alone, they have found that the pesticides accompanied for 50 percent of honey bee deaths just in the winter time. In order to help bring these percentages down farmers and other people will have to limit their pesticide use. Sure pesticides help protect crops so they can grow and become healthy but what people need to realize is honey bees pollinate the crops and help them develop. Without the pollination people lose crops. Other ways to keep pesticides off honey bees are only applying them when there are no honeybees flying, don’t contaminate water with them, use less toxic compounds, and use less toxic formulas (Sanford 3).
According to PepsiCo Sustainability Report 2016 (2017), programs funded by PepsiCo Foundation together with its partners had provide more than 11 million of people around the world to access to safe water. For climate change, PepsiCo encourage industry and governments should work together and taking science-based action to limit the rise in global temperature no more than 2˚ Celsius above preindustrial levels. In order to duel with climate change, PepsiCo focus their actions on reducing the company’s carbon footprint by reducing emission in agricultural supply chain, increase the use of recyclable materials in packaging, and upgrade the company’s vending and cooling equipment to HFC-free technology. Besides, the company also take actions like operate on site energy generation, fleet fuel, and purchased electricity. For example, in 2016, the PepsiCo launched a power purchase agreement which supply 73% of its power from wind energy (PepsiCo Sustainability Report 2016 2017).
Clover has developed a policy whereby 55 tests are conducted from farm to shelf to ensure that only the best quality and safe milk products are contributed to consumers. To further make sure that they get best possible quality raw milk, all milk producers participate in Clover’s Best Farming Practices programme, whereby the quality of raw milk is continuously improved at farm level. Almost 100% of Clover’s raw milk is presently sourced from farms that have passed the Best Farming Practices audits with 80% or better. 2.8. Facility planning process Activities needed When the company is planning the activities that usually needed are those important aspects.
In the article,The Four Day School Week, by Don Kordosky, the author states,”By trimming one day off the week, a school can save in bus services, cafeteria, and facilities costs. This can be especially crucial during state budget shortfalls, where K-12 funding can be in danger of cuts, and even more so for rural school districts, which must run their schools on a minimal budget” (Crosscut: "The Four-day school week: why less really is more"). This evidence shows that schools could save a lot money by changing to a four day school week. There are also some reasons we shouldn't pick a four-day school
I do believe that the OR manager and myself have developed a realistic and thorough plan for the success of the mentoring program. However, there are a variety of potential problems that could still occur. These might include a personality conflict between the mentor and mentee, lack of commitment to sustain the relationship, differences in communication styles, failures by association and finally an intentional sabotage to the success of the mentee. Should any signs of these problems develop, it is recommended that both the mentor and mentee confront the situation directly and participate in a plan for resolution or dissolution. As recommended by the AMSN, “prior to entering into a mentoring relationship, both parties should agree to a no-fault separation if one or both individuals realize the relationship is not working effectively” (2012, p. 9).
Diverse judgement to the change – Some people will not realise that is a change is required or believe the changes should be carried out differently. The first step to take to decrease the intent to resist the change plan is to depersonalise the issue. “Depersonalising the problem decreases the emotional reactivity to the situation, which allows for, and even encourages change. Once the emotional reactivity has dissipated, the firm and employees are able to move into the change mode.” (Balestracci, 2003, p. 42) Kotter and Schlesinger suggest that the six main resistances to change approaches are the following: 1. Education and Communication – communicate with the employees prior to the change and inform them on the change process and why is essential, this will prevent misleading information to get to different people.
It is important to address this so that no person has to be restricted to a life with less potential than anyone else and to meet the organization’s mission. There is deterioration in the organization for failing to maintain the organizations mission which can impact all areas of service. Failure to meet or exceed this goal may impact funding for not only the individuals but the organization. It could also impact the certification from the servicing state, and the credentials of the organization. This could lead to individuals no longer being placed for services with the organization, or individuals being removed from services.