Transcript: Analyzing Performance Problems Step 2: Finding any other causes Can the task be simplified? Visually teach the employee how to simplify the task Are there any other obstacles/influence hindering performance and results? Remove any distractions and make employee aware that distractions exist Do the employees actually have what it takes to perform appropriately? Re-evaluate the employees level of education and background Last resorts are assisting employees in finding new jobs or changing their jobs (consider termination in worst-case scenarios) If no solution is present, the only solution may be to lower the position of the employee or assist them transitioning to another work place Important questions to ask yourself: Is training really needed? Step 2: Find any other causes The problem (examples): The tasks should be completed in X amount of time, but the employee is completing them in X * 2 time (or more)- this is a performance problem The manager is supposed to conduct safety and health checks in the work place but ignores/fails to do so- this is also a performance problem (it can apply to any worker) Fixing the problem (Questions to ask yourself): Is there a skill deficiency? Is the skill used often? Employee used to be able to perform the and can no longer perform it? 1) If basic approaches to resolving a problem do not work, question other employee factors (motivation, education, previous skill sets) 2) If no solution is present, consider termination or thoroughly review the factors of the employee to determine if a possible solution is present What should have happened, and what is actually happening? Do the employees know what is expected and their responsibilities? Are the punishments and rewards justified? Is there a skill deficiency? Is there a lack of motivation? Can the task be simplified? What is the cost of a possible solution? How do we draft and implement an action plan? Step 3: Finalize a Solution 1) Find and indentify what the problem is and the party responsible for it 2) Find the knowledge and/or practical deficiency of a skill and formulate a consequence based on those deficiencies Step 1: What is the problem and is it worth fixing? Step 1: What is the problem, and is it worth fixing? What is a "performance problem?" 1) When a solution is formulated, determine its cost and its feasibility 2) If multiple solutions are formulated, find the one that benefits both the employee and employer, even if it means termination What is the cost of the solution? Is the solution feasible? The cost and feasibility of the solution are the most important factors; Choose the best solution that will satisfy both factors and allow both parties (the manager and the employee) to benefit from Termination may be the final and only beneficial solution; All factors and options should be thoroughly reviewed prior to decision making Training may be needed when an employer finds dissatisfaction with employees and thinks: "They don't have the right attitude..." "They have no motivation..." "We've told them over and over again and they still don't do it!" "We've got a training problem!" Is there a skill deficiency? Yes - Arrange formal skills training No - Is there a knowledge deficiency? Yes - Provide information along with review and feedback No - Consequences: Arrange positive consequences Reward recognition for past success Remove any obstacles/influence to poor performance Is the skill used often? Arrange review and feedback to used skill-sets Employee used to be able to perform the skill and can no longer perform it? Provide new and old information to employee Step 3: Finalize a Solution If nothing has worked, consider other factors: The discrepancy between ideal performance and actual performance The effects of a performance problem can vary from mild to extreme A performance gap exists in a work environment if performance problems are frequent Before making the final decision, evaluate all possible solutions and draft an action plan Company Logo What to gain from understanding these problems: Determining what a performance problem actually is Identifying the root causes of performance problems Create solutions that will improve employee performance where needed Fixing the problems
Transcript: 1.4 Million Emirate citizens =19% of population Ethnically diverse Urbanization ; 88% Male/Female = 2.2 (Total) Male/Female = 2.75 (18-65 age) Gender Inequality ; 2nd highest on the World (1st is Qatar) From the options that are shown on the table, we chose Product Adaptation and Communication Extension as our global product strategy. Marketing Mix : Price External Environment Marketing Mix : Price - Competitor Analysis Aleiah Swimsuit Marketing Mix : Place Adelia Bikini Norma Swimwear prefers to import its fabric from center of the fashion such as Italy and France. * In the atelier in Turkey, professional seamers prepare pieces according to fashioner’s designs. * After the quality control, pieces have place in the showroom. At the same time, there is photograph working with models. Then, some important sellers such as BEYMEN have informed with new pieces’ photographs. * According to store’s request, products send them, mostly abroad Nadia One-Piece Eliza Bikini * Norma has a customer from top level of the society and those income level are higher than majority. * Norma’s collections can be called a combination of grace and luxury. * Drawing one of our key values of ‘multiculturalism’ from this, our swimwear is sold all over the world from UAE to the USA. Western Oriented Old Season Pieces Norma Swimwear Isabel Bikini Competitor Brands' 2016 Spring/Summer Collections La Perla - $ 1694 Elena Swimsuit Packaging, Labeling, Brand Name Nadia Swimsuit * Merve Kardeş found Norma Swimwear in 2013 * She inspired the name by one of the most influential opera singers of the 20th century "Maria Callas" and her most sung song from Vincenzo Bellini’s, Norma. * Merve Kardeş is also the designer of the brand. She describes "the Norma Woman" as strong, passionate and confident. * a fashion and lifestyle concept store with 5 locations in the UAE. * a strong brand name in UAE , supporting by a lot of awards. * provides both online and physical sales for its customers. United Arab Emirates old paper hanger Of course , we will provide online sale for UAE customers from our official website, which is also English. (http://www.normaswimwear.com/) However, at the beginning we should create an awareness by using its popular brand name. S*uce will be a good step for Norma’s adaptation, firstly because the website already used by many UAE customers to shop. Also, we want to provide Arabic language option for UAE customers in our official website. * Designed for strong, passionate and confident women * Norma Swimwear apart from its competitors is our use of certified gold plated accessories during creation – adding style and substance to each design. * Empowering and seductive, sporty or sophisticated, each piece is defined by its wearer, creating something truly unique each day. Eres Elena Swimsuit In the producing process, machines are new technological and peculiar to swimwear fabric to produce high quality pieces. Merve Kardeş , founder , prefers all human resources activities including recruitment and selection processes. Founder works with an foreign brand manager , Antonio Marsocci . He decides most of the management issues as a consultant Value -Chain Analysis COMPANY LOGO Demographic Environment SOCIOCULTURE The founder of Norma Swimwear Dominant urban features (Skyscrapers, shopping malls) Muslim faith of majority Arabic ; The most spoken (2nd ; English) Hospitality Import of Western Culture Most business practices ; US & UK Penetration Pricing Strategy which involves setting the price of a product lower than established competitor brands Eres - 345 € UAE Oriented New Season Pieces new paper hanger Elia One-Piece * found in Istanbul * Collections have 2 main product lines - Swimsuits - Cover-ups * Recently WGSN announced as one of the top 5 Swimwear brands at the Mode City Show '15 in Paris. Norma Swimwear Marketing Mix : Promotion La Perla old hanger Value -Chain Analysis s*uce On-Sea (SOS) offers a mix of exclusive regional collaborations and international collections such as Mara Hoffman, Zimmerman, Tata Naka, Mary Katrantzou , Molly & Polly and Made by Dawn. Marketing Mix : Product For its online website, there are four main categories ; * clothing * shoes * bags * accessories After consumers make their choice , they can pay with your credit card, PayPall account or they can also pay cash on delivery. However, S*uce will be a third party for Norma , because as Norma's products ordered by customers, S*uce will inform Norma about there is an order from the collection . Norma will send the product to S*uce storage, then S*uce will deliver the product. The company does not work according to large quantity of stocks with small companies . * UAE GDP = 570 Billion $ * World GDP = 77.609 Trillion(2014) UAE GDP Per Capita = 63.181 $ (2014) * Income Sources ; 1) Oil Related Products 2)Tourism * Largest consumer of the region * 5th most popular destination for tourism (MasterCard Index) * 13.2 Million tourists (2014) Major Share ;
Transcript: Skittles history In the face of online criticism, McDonald's is reportedly launching a new "Lovin' Beats Hatin'" slogan. The Wall Street Journal reports that the slogan, set to be rolled out in January, "will not replace McDonald's longtime catchphrase 'I'm Lovin' It,' but seeks to give it broader marketing heft around the world." The Lego Group began in the workshop of Ole Kirk Christiansen (1891–1958), a carpenter from Billund, Denmark, who began making wooden toys in 1932. In 1934, his company came to be called "Lego", derived from the Danish phrase leg godt, which means "play well". Headquartered in Bentonville, Arkansas, United States, the company was founded by Sam Walton in 1962 and incorporated on October 31, 1969. As of September 30, 2015, it has a total of 11,526 stores Slogan Wal-Mart Stores changed its slogan today for the first time in 19 years. The motto "Save Money. Live Better" appears on store receipts and shopping bags, taking over for "Always Low Prices." Skittles were first made commercially in 1974 by a British company. They were first introduced in North America in 1979 as an import confectionery. In 1982, domestic production of Skittles began in the United States. Nike KFC was founded by Harland Sanders, an entrepreneur who began selling fried chicken from his roadside restaurant in Corbin, Kentucky, during the Great Depression. Sanders identified the potential of the restaurant franchising concept, and the first "Kentucky Fried Chicken" franchise opened in Utah in 1952. Red Bull is an energy drink sold by Austrian company Red Bull GmbH, created in 1987. In terms of market share, Red Bull is the highest-selling energy drink in the world, with 5.387 billion cans sold in 2013. KFC is known for its former and current slogan "Finger Lickin' Good", to be extra in foriegn countries, the slogan was "we will eat your fingers" but later changed. Marines The slogan for the Marines is "The few. The proud. The Marines." Legos Mcdonald's Skittles The Wings!! The Red Bull company slogan is "Red Bull gives you wings" (occasionally "No Red Bull, no wings") The slogan is mostly used for advertising team for Red Bull. Disney was founded on October 16, 1923, by Walt Disney and Roy O. Disney as the Disney Brothers Cartoon Studio, and established itself as a leader in the American animation industry before diversifying into live-action film production, television, and theme parks. The United States Marine Corps traces its institutional roots to the Continental Marines of the American Revolutionary War, formed by Captain Samuel Nicholas by a resolution of the Second Continental Congress on 10 November 1775 Walt Disney history Company Logo By: Izaiah Jones-Sanchez Walmart's Pic. Pictures history of Mcdonalds Dick and Mac Mcdonalds opened the first Mcdonalds bar-b-que in 1940. After about 8 years Mcdonalds reopens from managements. There menu changed dramatically with just a hamburger, soft drinks, milk, coffee, a slice of pie, and a little later, they're world famous french fries The drink Pepsi was first introduced as "Brad's Drink" in New Bern, North Carolina, United States, in 1893 by Caleb Bradham, who made it at his drugstore where the drink was sold. It was renamed Pepsi Cola in 1898, named after the digestive enzyme pepsin and kola nuts used in the recipe. Slogan Walmarts slogan Picture Disney Pepsi has changed their slogan many times, but their recent slogan is "Refreash your world". Pepsi's history The company was founded on January 25, 1964, as Blue Ribbon Sports, by Bill Bowerman and Phil Knight, and officially became Nike, Inc. on May 30, 1971. The company takes its name from Nike, the Greek goddess of victory. Picture Logos doesn't have a proper slogans. For instant "Make your world possible" and "play on" . Kfc. Slogan Pepsi Picture Taste it ! Red Bull Disney's welcome KFC The slogan was coined in 1988 at an advertising agency meeting. The founder of Wieden+Kennedy agency, Dan Wieden was given credits to the inspiration for his "Just Do It" Nike slogan for Gary Gilmore's last words. Walter Elias "Walt" Disney December 5, 1901 – December 15, 1966) was an American entrepreneur, cartoonist, animator, voice actor, and film producer. He was a prominent figure within the American animation industry and throughout the world, and is regarded as a cultural icon, known for his influence and contributions to entertainment during the 20th century. Slogan The first slogan was "The Happiest Place on Earth" which was declared by the very own Walt Disney: “To all who come to this happy place: welcome. Disneyland is your land. Just do it Slogan Picture Walmart Skittles' "taste the rainbow" theme was created by New York ad agency D'Arcy Masius Benton & Bowles circa 1994.
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Transcript: and to create a quick reflex to entertain age group: ages 5 and up for girls mostly Why: cupcakes the color pink HELLO KITTY is one thing a young girl cant resist HOW TO PLAY: collect strawberry cupcakes 1 pt each 2 cherry cupcakes -a power up -a power down ball must touch paddle the purpose: Company Logo
Transcript: Company Goals Company Description Our primary goal is help create healthier communities by introducing our customers to delicious, but nutritious, and authentic healthy food. We also would like to promote transparency in our food sourcing, while making healthy food more accessible and affordable to communities. The Zen Place is a fast casual restaurant that offers healthy, but tasty food options including: salads, drinks, and other delicious menu options. Our company strives to provide fresh, sustainable, organic, and locally sourced food options in order to cater to both the environment and our community. Target Consumers Our ideal target consumers include: college students, younger millennial professionals, or the 18-35 age demographic. Company Name My company name is The Zen Place. This company was founded by Nia Stewart. Geographic Market Area We hope to target urban, and suburban areas in which people prefer healthy, quick and inexpensive food alternatives. Company Logo Pricing Strategy We've adopted an add-on pricing strategy. Each meal cost the standard price of $8.00 plus tax. Meals include one meat or vegetarian option, with three sides, and toppings. Any additional sides or toppings cost an extra $1.99. THE END Promotion Strategy Competition Our competition includes other chain restaurant companies such as Panera, Chipotle, Au Bon Pain, Corner Bakery Cafe, and Sweet Green. In order to effectively market our company, The Zen Place focuses on personalizing the consumer's experience through customizable menu options, and providing incentives for repeat customers through a loyalty points program. In addition to allowing our food to speak for itself, we promote our company through various social media platforms such as Instagram and Twitter. Shark Tank Project By: Nia Stewart
Transcript: I will be doing a company logo. Introduction 1 My company´s name is called table town. I named it table town because i thought of tables and decided to make my company to make tables.There are soo many tables that it was like a town of tables, so i called it table town Company name 2 My company color is brown, because tables are mostly brown. Color colors how it all started. I was walking around walmart when I saw tables.I thought, hmmm I think I should make tables, and that is how it all started. how it all started pt. 2 Company logo My company mascot is a man holding a hammer and a table together. I chose that as my logo,because I am doing my company as a table workshop,so I put a builder fixing a table with a hammer,but dabbing at the same time. This company will help people in need of tables.This company make soooo many tables a day, (200,000 to be exact) and they are all 1.00$ each! The good in it
Transcript: OOM Base Templates Save Time/Money Correct OOM Payments Equipment was not the primary concern They would look up the carrier #, look up the # of ports per sector, examine the structural analysis etc... Then they pull up all the projects per FA Location and Lorenzo states what equipment needs to be ordered No real visible method/double checking for this Adam thinks equipment order may get messed up by note taker Correct Equipment Orders Save Time/Money Equipment Tracking Getting to the Source .2 Equipment needs to look for only active projects with a launch date within the next 2.5 months (74 days) LTE 3C Project Without IDL Cable: Needs to not be launched How can we see if IDL cable is at site? After finding FA Locations, have a macro search OSS for two V2’s on site. If they are both in service, an IDL cable must have been delivered. LTE 2C Projects with DUS on Order: Change it to looking for DUS’s that have been forecasted, not delivered/called out After finding sites, you need to check on OSS for a DUS If you find a DUS, it is an error. If you find a DUL, it’s correct OOM Tracking Thoughts from Scoping Meeting Sabrina's Tracker - Whose scripting, installing, and integrating/optimizing? Adam - Physical Driver or Driveless Steve Smith - E911 NORAD - Drivers prices Callout equipment when: Is less than 90 days from launch If datafill is complete or scheduled to be completed before launch REO20 is complete or scheduled to be completed before launch If CIO20 is complete or scheduled to be completed before launch Table output: Quantity of projects on list CED Integration Mismatch: CED less than 20 days prior to integration Call Out Project Questions Quadgen is receiving fewer drivers Mostly just INT001 Equipment installs were nearly all given to Ericsson Ansco is doing integration Combining E911 in their integration Should actually be IS001 Who's installing? Who's scripting? What equipment is ordered? Who got the ERF? New fiber jumper needed? Who's integrating? Who's optimizing? WCS? VOLTE - Whose Testing/ This Year's Changes: Goal Equipment Alarm Notes
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