Ronda George Ms. Adams Tech 1100-10D2 30 August 2013 Week 1 Assignment Moodle and WebAdvisor Information Moodle Moodle it the student portal, that allows you to access all your classes and information. You will fine this site the courses you are in for that semester. It will have your syllabus per course and all your instructor information. It allows you to set up a calendar for reminders of turn dates for assignments. It gives you forums that you can communicate with other students and instructors. Gives daily update of the things that may have been changed. It also supplies you all instructions for submission of your work, rather it be a text or file. This site is very student friendly. It also gives you the information of how to contact the Tech Support when problems come up that you need to fix. It has extra resources under the Resource Tab at the top. It allows you to down load your private files to this site for safe keeping after turning in for a submission, that allow you easy access to them if the submission does not go through the first time. It also has alerts when the site will be down for updates and schedule maintenance. This site will be most useful to you during the semesters. It allows you to have everything at a touch. WebAdvisor Webadvisor is the main site for getting information needed for enrollment process and financial aid. This site has several different sections that are User Accounts, Registration, Financial Information, Financial Aid, Academic Profile, and Communication. User Accounts has all the information that you need to change your user information, password, and address.
Manage Your Boss
How do we make our time most productive? What could be a more effective use of time than ensuring we have a mutually effective relationship with our own line managers? Here are our 8 tips to help manage up:
1. First try to understand your boss.
2. Don’t try to be a transformer.
3. Build on strengths.
4. Focus strengths on things that matter.
5. Find out what works.
6. Build your relationship.
7. How to avoid being overloaded or having your time wasted.
Presidents have always used media and tried to manage it in various ways. Different presidents have different methods of managing the press. All presidents can manage the media effectively in the short run, but will all fail at long-term press management.
Presidents have long used the media and press to help themselves. Presidents serving after the Roosevelt era have all tried to manage the news in various ways. Presidents serving before the 1930’s did not manage the news much since there was not as much…
Be Involved in Part-Time Jobs
In the 21st century, the majority of the teenagers are taking part-time jobs as their requirements to become successful and as an essential asset that students must consider in high school or even in college whether to take it or not. According to Dennis McLellan’s Article from Los Angeles Times, “Part-Time Work Ethic: Should Teens Go For It?” includes arguments from different stakeholders interviewed that whether the students should do part-time jobs or not. The interviews…
Johnston & Johnston
As of 2006, the reporting structure for Johnston and Johnston for the IT department was non-existent. The company ran orders through different departments who were pricing orders with discounts based on their own decisioning process. This was costing the company money. There was no streamline vendor sales process in place, so the company seemed to be losing money due to inconsistency in the sales process and how the sales reporting was being reported.
The CFO mentioned that…
of the test.
I communicate what needs to be done by what deadline, and expect the people to whom I assign the work to be responsible for breaking down the work packages into smaller and more manageable pieces.
When I choose suppliers, I base my decision on their ability to deliver on time as well as on price.
I prepare a specific timeline and sequence of activities, and I use this schedule to manage the overall project to ensure its timely…
people who don’t speak up.
3. Hours tend to long and strenuous. Work is sometimes easy, and pay is a substantial amount when you work a lot of hours. You will hit overtime.
4. Contacted a week after school ended, due to the connections made over time while attending TSU events.
5. Depending on your level of education, and your negotiation skills during the hiring process will determine your rate. In the range of $50,000-$60,000.
6. Minimum a high school diploma. If you wish to manage or…
Case study questions:
1. Who are the main players?
Joel St. Marseille, founder and owner of the business
Connie, Joel’ s mother and only full-time manager
2. In what business and industry is the company operating?
Skadurz Pro is a small, family owned, retail store that sells brand name skateboard and
snowboard equipment as well street wear and footwear.
3. What are the issues and problems facing the company?
The company is facing several issues: (1) West 49, a national chain…
1. Integration management: develop and manage
a project plan
2. Scope management: plan, define and manage
3. Time & cost management: create a project
schedule, plan resources and budget costs
4. Quality management: develop a quality plan
and carry out quality assurance and quality
Project Management Processes
5. Human resource management: perform
organizational planning, manage staff
acquisitions and promote team development…
school, home and relationships. The most helpful method for dealing with stress is learning how to manage it. There are many ways to manage stress but the most helpful to me, are listening to music, dance and laugh.
You need to be able to manage stress because hard times will come, and a positive outlook is what gets you through.
The healing effects of music have been known since time immemorial. The music therapy is the use of music to improve physical, psychological, intellectual…
Emergency Department Wait Times
For this research assignment I have decided to focus on emergency department wait times that patients commonly experience. The two peer reviewed articles that I have chosen both address the topic of wait times and each propose and suggest different solutions/methods to this problem. The first article titled, Managing Patient Waits in Hospital Emergency Department addresses why the wait is important to manage, how ER managers might manage the reality of patient waits…