what is Taxonomy

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what is Taxonomy

explain in own words (200words)

Please watch the following video called Taxonomy: Life’s Filing System (Links to an external site.) Links to an external site. and then complete a short writing assignment. The video has closed-captions you may turn on or off. Let me know if you have any issues accessing this video.

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I have a programming assignment that should be done in C++ programming language.

Please find the attached files.

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Organizationl Structure and Human Resources Cycle Questions Response

Part 3

Go to one of your favorite stores and take a picture of something that catches your eye—the front entrance from the street, a display rack inside, a sign on the wall, etc. Upload the photo to the discussion thread and provide a summary of the following:

1. The products offered by the store you visited and why you like shopping there

2. What the photo shows us about the decisions the store has made regarding one or more of the 4 P’s

3. How these 4 P’s work together to keep you coming back again and again

Part 4

Ask a member of the Human Resources team (or the person who does the hiring) at your work what they see as the key characteristics of a successful manager. In the discussion thread, provide a summary, answering the following questions:

1. What company do you work for and what is the role of the individual you interviewed?

2. What are the key characteristics of a successful manager that your colleague described?

3. What are your thoughts on your colleague’s response?

Part 5

Step1 Organizationl Structure

Take a look at the Organization Chart provided by the company.Based on your knowledge of hierarchies, would you say that this team has tall structure or flat structure? Explain your answer.

Step 2: Human Resources

The company would like to improve the culture of its team and the quality of its work. Its leadership has provided you with a Process Chart detailing how it currently applies Human Resources best practices.What step of the Human Resources Cycle is missing? Explain why it is important to include this part of the process.

Note: You should complete Step 3 after reading the material in Week 9.

STEP 3: Leadership Style

You have been asked to help improve the leadership style of the team leader in order to meet the team’s performance goals. The team leader has given you a description of what is most comfortable in terms of leading others.Identify this leader’s style of leadership, and list two benefits and two drawbacks to that style as it relates to the performance of the team

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Step 4: Real-World Application

Apply the thinking in Steps 1-3 as if you were a Leadership Consultant hired by the company where you work or for a previous employer.Review the organization chart for your company. Based on your knowledge of hierarchies, would you say that your company’s team has a tall structure or flat structure? How does this affect the way your team works? Explain your answer.Consider the work conducted by the Human Resources team at your company. What steps of the Human Resources Cycle do they implement well? What steps of the Human Resources Cycle might be missing from your company or are not implemented as well as they could be? What is the effect of this on you and your team? Explain your answer.Lastly, reflect on the leadership style of either yourself or your supervisor. What leadership style do you have, or what leadership style does your supervisor have? What are the benefits and drawbacks of this style for your team? What might you or your supervisor do to improve leadership? Explain your answer.

Part 6

Think about how human resources are handled at the company you work for, or one you have worked for in the past. In the discussion thread, comment on the following questions:

1. What steps of the human resources cycle does the company handle well? Why?

2. What steps of the human resources cycle are handled poorly? Why?

3. How is culture impacted by the Human Resources department?

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Organizationl Structure and Human Resources Cycle Questions Response

Part 3

Go to one of your favorite stores and take a picture of something that catches your eye—the front entrance from the street, a display rack inside, a sign on the wall, etc. Upload the photo to the discussion thread and provide a summary of the following:

1. The products offered by the store you visited and why you like shopping there

2. What the photo shows us about the decisions the store has made regarding one or more of the 4 P’s

3. How these 4 P’s work together to keep you coming back again and again

Part 4

Ask a member of the Human Resources team (or the person who does the hiring) at your work what they see as the key characteristics of a successful manager. In the discussion thread, provide a summary, answering the following questions:

1. What company do you work for and what is the role of the individual you interviewed?

2. What are the key characteristics of a successful manager that your colleague described?

3. What are your thoughts on your colleague’s response?

Part 5

Step1 Organizationl Structure

Take a look at the Organization Chart provided by the company.Based on your knowledge of hierarchies, would you say that this team has tall structure or flat structure? Explain your answer.

Step 2: Human Resources

The company would like to improve the culture of its team and the quality of its work. Its leadership has provided you with a Process Chart detailing how it currently applies Human Resources best practices.What step of the Human Resources Cycle is missing? Explain why it is important to include this part of the process.

Note: You should complete Step 3 after reading the material in Week 9.

STEP 3: Leadership Style

You have been asked to help improve the leadership style of the team leader in order to meet the team’s performance goals. The team leader has given you a description of what is most comfortable in terms of leading others.Identify this leader’s style of leadership, and list two benefits and two drawbacks to that style as it relates to the performance of the team

.

Step 4: Real-World Application

Apply the thinking in Steps 1-3 as if you were a Leadership Consultant hired by the company where you work or for a previous employer.Review the organization chart for your company. Based on your knowledge of hierarchies, would you say that your company’s team has a tall structure or flat structure? How does this affect the way your team works? Explain your answer.Consider the work conducted by the Human Resources team at your company. What steps of the Human Resources Cycle do they implement well? What steps of the Human Resources Cycle might be missing from your company or are not implemented as well as they could be? What is the effect of this on you and your team? Explain your answer.Lastly, reflect on the leadership style of either yourself or your supervisor. What leadership style do you have, or what leadership style does your supervisor have? What are the benefits and drawbacks of this style for your team? What might you or your supervisor do to improve leadership? Explain your answer.

Part 6

Think about how human resources are handled at the company you work for, or one you have worked for in the past. In the discussion thread, comment on the following questions:

1. What steps of the human resources cycle does the company handle well? Why?

2. What steps of the human resources cycle are handled poorly? Why?

3. How is culture impacted by the Human Resources department?

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HumanResources

No One Listens

Read the case below and answer the questions at the end.

Several severe accidents have recently occurred in the 12 employee boiler room of City Foundry. James Worth, the boiler room supervisor, is quite upset about the situation. Just yesterday, the Foundry Plant Manager called:

Plant Manager: James, what in the world is going on down there? Are you trying to put us out of business?

James: If I’ve lectured these people about safety once, I’ve done it 50 times. They just don’t seem to listen.

Plant Manager: Accidents cost us money for repairs, lost time, and medical expenses, not to mention the human suffering involved. Your department’s record is awful, and something must be done about it. Maybe you should try something new.

James: I’m not sure what it will be, but I’ll come up with something.

Plant Manager: Good. Please report back to me when you come up with something.

James decided to discuss his problem with several other supervisors in the foundry to see what ideas they might have. One suggestion was that James schedule a weekly 10 minute safety talk by one of his employees. These talks could be on such topics as “Good Housekeeping”, Using Proper Safety Guards on Equipment,” “Following Procedures,” and “Health Hazards.” Another suggestion was that James review his department periodically and that any unsafe act discovered during his review be punished by an immediate two-day suspension for the offender. The person making this suggestion obviously believed that what James needed was to get touch. A third suggestion was that James talk personally to each employee about the department’s safety problems; let the employees know that he was personally interested in each of them. A final suggestion was that James give the employee with the best safety record for the past four months a day off with pay.

QUESTIONS

1. Why do you think James has been having safety problems?

2. Which of the suggestions given to James would you attempt to implement?

3. What additional ideas might you try if you were James?

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HumanResources

No One Listens

Read the case below and answer the questions at the end.

Several severe accidents have recently occurred in the 12 employee boiler room of City Foundry. James Worth, the boiler room supervisor, is quite upset about the situation. Just yesterday, the Foundry Plant Manager called:

Plant Manager: James, what in the world is going on down there? Are you trying to put us out of business?

James: If I’ve lectured these people about safety once, I’ve done it 50 times. They just don’t seem to listen.

Plant Manager: Accidents cost us money for repairs, lost time, and medical expenses, not to mention the human suffering involved. Your department’s record is awful, and something must be done about it. Maybe you should try something new.

James: I’m not sure what it will be, but I’ll come up with something.

Plant Manager: Good. Please report back to me when you come up with something.

James decided to discuss his problem with several other supervisors in the foundry to see what ideas they might have. One suggestion was that James schedule a weekly 10 minute safety talk by one of his employees. These talks could be on such topics as “Good Housekeeping”, Using Proper Safety Guards on Equipment,” “Following Procedures,” and “Health Hazards.” Another suggestion was that James review his department periodically and that any unsafe act discovered during his review be punished by an immediate two-day suspension for the offender. The person making this suggestion obviously believed that what James needed was to get touch. A third suggestion was that James talk personally to each employee about the department’s safety problems; let the employees know that he was personally interested in each of them. A final suggestion was that James give the employee with the best safety record for the past four months a day off with pay.

QUESTIONS

1. Why do you think James has been having safety problems?

2. Which of the suggestions given to James would you attempt to implement?

3. What additional ideas might you try if you were James?

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HumanResources

No One Listens

Read the case below and answer the questions at the end.

Several severe accidents have recently occurred in the 12 employee boiler room of City Foundry. James Worth, the boiler room supervisor, is quite upset about the situation. Just yesterday, the Foundry Plant Manager called:

Plant Manager: James, what in the world is going on down there? Are you trying to put us out of business?

James: If I’ve lectured these people about safety once, I’ve done it 50 times. They just don’t seem to listen.

Plant Manager: Accidents cost us money for repairs, lost time, and medical expenses, not to mention the human suffering involved. Your department’s record is awful, and something must be done about it. Maybe you should try something new.

James: I’m not sure what it will be, but I’ll come up with something.

Plant Manager: Good. Please report back to me when you come up with something.

James decided to discuss his problem with several other supervisors in the foundry to see what ideas they might have. One suggestion was that James schedule a weekly 10 minute safety talk by one of his employees. These talks could be on such topics as “Good Housekeeping”, Using Proper Safety Guards on Equipment,” “Following Procedures,” and “Health Hazards.” Another suggestion was that James review his department periodically and that any unsafe act discovered during his review be punished by an immediate two-day suspension for the offender. The person making this suggestion obviously believed that what James needed was to get touch. A third suggestion was that James talk personally to each employee about the department’s safety problems; let the employees know that he was personally interested in each of them. A final suggestion was that James give the employee with the best safety record for the past four months a day off with pay.

QUESTIONS

1. Why do you think James has been having safety problems?

2. Which of the suggestions given to James would you attempt to implement?

3. What additional ideas might you try if you were James?

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