Analyze and diagnose a current and significant organization, Strategic Management

Option A.

Identify, analyze, and diagnose a current and significant organization problem or objective that directly involves any one or more of the following organizational behavior aspects:

1. Worker Motivation Practices

2. Employee Task Training /On-The Job Training

3. Management Training

4. Conflict Management/Resolution

5. Teams/ Team Systems/ Team Development

6. Management Decisions/Decision-Making Practices

7. Organization Culture Change

This problem or objective must have occurred in an organization where you now work or have worked within the last 24 months, or one in another organization to which you have direct access.

This option must include detailed rationale for your findings and recommendation supported by relevant course learnings; and detailed review of specific relevant company-provided data or student developed data concerning the issue/event/problem; personal or telephone interviews with key staff members, line managers, and a representative sampling of employees or the employee's representative.

Option B. Research and fully evaluate the strategic effectiveness of a specific company written policy or standard practice that has a direct effect on employee or manager workplace behavior or job performance.

This policy or practice must be one that is currently in use or was in use in an organization where you now work or have worked within the last 24 months, as an employee, consultant, contractor, or as a researcher with direct access.

This evaluation of strategic effectiveness must include an comprehensive review and analysis of (1) the organization's mission, vision, strategic goals, strategic plan, metrics, and implementation and (2) a comprehensive review of the specific written policy or standard practice.

This evaluation is to be based on principles, concepts, approaches, strategies, and procedures discussed in this offering and/or presented in related texts, articles, and other publications listed in the course Bibliography or approved by the instructor in the student's Course Project Proposal.

This evaluation must include detailed rationale for your findings and recommendation supported by relevant course learnings; and detailed review of specific relevant company-provided data or student developed data[ concerning the issue/event/problem; personal or telephone interviews with key staff members, line managers, and a representative sampling of employees or the employee's representative.

Option C. A student-developed course project. To be eligible as a course project the activity must address any one or more of the three (3) Course Objectives described on page one of the syllabus. This project is to be based on specific labor management relations principles, concepts, approaches, strategies, and procedures discussed in this offering and/or presented in related texts, articles, and other publications listed in the course Bibliography or approved by the instructor in the student's Course Project Proposal.

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