I believe Microsoft operates based on an engineering production because of how they reorganized their company. Based on how Microsoft already knew what they had to do in order to keep up with the speed of innovation with their platform products and services, their business, and entertainment services, this was a complete organizational restructure. (Jones, 2013, p. 270) With engineering production the workers were being held to a higher standard in order to find the solutions that were comparatively easy because well understood standards procedures had already been established. Going forward solving problems with technical the formulas manuals and tables were recognized by applying the right techniques. (Jones, 2013, p. 270) Engineering Production involves the design, continuous improvement of integrated systems and control in order to provide their customers with high quality faster goods and services. Production engineering teams work with the designers, helping them come up with different technology to develop a product that can be manufactured economically while preserving its functionality. According to Steve Ballmer “To advance our strategy and execute more quickly, more efficiently, and with greater excellence we need to transform how we organize, how we plan and how we work." ("Microsoft Reorganizes Company Structure to Cover Up Losses via Innovation - Gizbot," 2013) So in order for Microsoft to solve the problems and retain their customers they had to create a new level of hierarchy management that would work with small project teams to solve the problems and invent new internet based service applications along with windows platform. (Jones, 2013, p. 270) Microsoft has tried this kind of thing many times before, in 2002, they unveiled a new corporate structure that gave more independence to the managers of the company's half-dozen-or-so business units. Then this restructure took place in 2005 when they consolidated their seven divisions into three; platform products and services, business, and entertainment and devices. A year later, it completely rethought the products and services organization in light of the Windows Vista disaster. Then again in 2007, Microsoft changed up its Windows business structure yet again and made the server and tools business separate from the products and services division this still wasn’t what they we looking for so in 2008 the company did even more retooling of its products and services unit, splitting it into two divisions, Windows and online services. In 2010, the company changed up its entertainment and devices management structure and last year, Microsoft shuffled its marketing business. ("Microsoft shakes up
UNIT 4: Introduction to Duty of Care in Health, Social Care or Children`s and young People`s setting.
1. Understand the implications of duty of care.
1.1 Duty of care is the legal obligation to safeguard others including the people you support, their families, other co-workers and any others you come into contact with whilst doing your job. However these people also have a duty of care to you. I.e. Employers have a duty of care towards their staff and clients and their families have a duty of care…
Principles of safequarding and protection in health and social care.
1.1Define the following type of abuse:
Physical abuse: It ocours when person is phisically ill treated and it might cause physical injury. In care environment it also means that person re not supported in adequate way and it might cause them physical discomfort e.g, using wron size sling which might hurt individual arm or being to „rough” . Sometimes what is normal touch for us it might be painfull for someone who…
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GED250 – World Religions
Question 2: Describe in detail the set of religious observances known as the Five Pillars of Islam.
The Five Pillars of Islam are the five basic aspects of life that the Muslim faith’s framework is built on. They are identified as the confession of faith, prayer, giving to the poor, fasting and the pilgrimage to Mecca.
Shahadah, or declaration of faith, is to say “there is no god but God.” It is a way for a person to show that they…
Business Communication (4 of 4)
Rahela Begum, Clive Beech, Prem Waatess
Qualification suite covered
BTEC Extended Diploma in Business Level 3
BTEC Subsidiary Diploma in Business Level 3
Unit 4: Business Communication
Learning aims covered
Learning aim 4:
Part a (Electronic methods)
1) From the list below produce a table and choose three methods of electronic methods that…
Section A Introduction.
For the purpose of this assessment I have researched and based the unit upon Key Stage one, which cover the primary academic years one and two; the age ranges of the children within these years are between five and seven years of age. Children of this age must attend a primary school; in addition the school can be of their parents own choosing this is in order for children to have their educational learning needs met within the specific sector of children and young…
Unit 4 - Principles of Customer Service
You are working in a business as a customer services advisor. You have been given the task of assisting the customer service manager to prepare training materials for new staff. To do this, you will need to investigate how customer service is provided in other businesses. You will then use your research to create training materials that new staff can use to learn about providing good customer service.
1. Describe 3 examples of the different types of customer…
Unit 4: keeping children safe.
Encourage healthy eating by involving children in planning and preparing food or snacks. Evaluate and explain the changes you would make.
I have planned various activities for small groups of children, which will promote their development and give a good understanding of healthy eating. While I was discussing with the children about this activity the week before, we talked about wharf ruins they might like to try and use to make their own kebab. This was so I could…
Health Information Technician
Health Information Technician
My goal is become a medical coder or a health information technician. As a medical coder I would be responsible for coding each diagnosis and procedure so that the provider or hospital can be reimbursed from the insurance companies. I would also have the ability to work for an insurance company reviewing medical claims that come in to make sure that they are coded correctly and everything…
1. Explain the theoretical perspectives on emotional well-being
The psychological perspective most psychologists believe children’s wellbeing comes principally from their relationship with adults in the earliest years of life. The relationships are known as attachments from feeling loved and nurtured by their parents and also those who play a significant role in their lives they can go on and develop other relationships as well as manage the more difficult challenges that life brings. Strong…
There are a few clear and measurable objectives for training to be delivered to the employees in the customer order group at Backwoods Mail Order Company. The first objective that should be considered is making an improvement in data entry processes. Merchandise has a high return percentage because of data entry errors. If more training is provided with data entry, this can ensure a lower return percentage. The second objective that should be addressed is knowledge of the products…