Business Environmental Management for Woolworths

Assigment 1

This assignment is about to choose a large company in the markets such as Woolworth, or any other type of business but I would prefer Woolworth market because was my chosen in the coursework and based the case study on it, refer to the assignment for more details.

Assigment 2

         Using appropriate internal and external methods of analysis evaluate the strategic position of Tate Gallery and the decision making processes that have established their current positions.

1. This is an analysis essay, so you have to use sources from official web-site, and official documents from Tate Gallery.

2. You must use sources within 5 years range. ( it might be from 2010-2015)

3. I am an international student from Asia, so please mind the structure and sentence style as well. I do not want to the sentence is longer than two sentences, then all sentences would be neat. But, this is for my graduation essay, so It have to high quality and deep knowledge base.

4. I””””ve attached “” file as well. Before starting, You have to read all of the files, and then you have to pick knowledge, background or concept from the lecture files.

5. You can see Assessment file as well. In the folder, there are some sources you MUST use for this essay. Please mind this process please.

6. After this essay, I will request a short essay (500 words) according to a short article based on this essay on 18th of May again.

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Coaching and Management

COACHING: An old definition of managing and leading is ‘getting things done through other people’. A critical skill for managers is the ability to develop subordinates so that they have increased capacity to help achieve the organisation’s goals.

Two approaches managers can use are mentoring and coaching. Examine the similarities and differences between mentoring and coaching approaches to developing subordinates. Discuss the strengths and weaknesses of each approach to developing subordinates in the workplace. (Include in your examination, amongst other aspects, a description of what is meant by both mentoring and coaching;find tools for measuring individual capacity to mentor/coach others; what are some of the causes of problems that occur when a manager is trying to develop subordinates; outline any published steps/approaches/models for mentoring or coaching; give some examples of how mentoring or coaching programs have been implemented in organisations. Include actual industry examples to support your discussion.)


Need to use 8 resources
3 books in Management
3 Journal articles
and 2 book about the Topic..

also,would like you to choose the definition that will explain the ideas going to be in the discussion further.
two ideas each, limit the scope of the topic choose main challenge, strategies, type, practices only.two approaches and potential impact.

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Business Research Report Proposal



HI6007 Assessment One

Business Research Report Proposal: Initial Research Proposal

Due Friday Week 06


1000 words worth 10%


The initial research proposal will consist of the following SIX (6) items:


  1. Identify a business research topic
  2. Define the research questions for the identified problem or opportunity
  3. Select the appropriate research methodologies and techniques to use for the research project
  4. Describe the research process
  5. Describe data collection and analysis methods
  6. Describe expected research outcomes


Material on Research Methods will be presented in class from week 4 to 6.


Initial Research Proposal due at the end of Week 6


Here are some questions to help you develop your business research proposal:




What exactly do I want to find out?

What is a researchable problem?




What does the relevant literature in the field indicate about this problem?



What will I take as given in the environment i.e. what is the starting point?

Which are the independent and which are the dependent variables?




Does the problem need scoping/simplifying to make it achievable?

What and how will the variables be measured?

What degree of error in the findings is tolerable?




What is my overall strategy for doing this research?

Will this design permit me to answer the research question?

What constraints will the approach place on the work?




How will I get the data I need to test my hypothesis?

What tools or devices will I use to make or record observations?

How will I choose the sample?

What degree of accuracy or level of confidence can I guarantee?




What combinations of analytical and statistical process will be applied to the data?

Which of these will allow me to accept or reject my hypotheses?




Was my initial hypothesis supported or rejected? Why?

What are the implications of my findings for the theory base, for the background assumptions, or relevant literature?

What recommendations result from the work?

What suggestions can I make for further research on this topic?

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Haines Lumber Company

The Haines Lumber Company makes plywood for the furniture industry. One product it makes is ¾ – inch oak veneer panels. It is very important that the panels conform to the ¾ – inch specification. Each hour, 5 panels are selected at random and measured. After 4 hours a total of 20 panels have been measured. The thickness measures are shown below.
complete a financial projection analysis for the company with the sampling technique of the measurements. Feel free to give your ideas.
Other requirement: Format the essay according to MLA purdue-owl reference style. I am an international student kindly use simple language

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Legal Aspects Of Hospitality Management


Twenty-five per cent of your course grade will be based on the final paper. The purpose of this hand out is to give you guidance on the following matters relating to it:
1.) General philosophy behind this course requirement
2.) Topic guidance
3.) Grading criteria
General Philosophy Behind This Course Requirement
The main idea behind doing the term paper is to give you the opportunity to personally relate the information studied in the course to you career goals as well as to simulate a “real world” dynamic. It is not meant to be a mechanical exercise where you are required to grind out eight or more pages of dispassionate text.
In the “real world” you will most likely be working for an entity in the hospitality industry where you have a boss or a direct supervisor who assigns you projects. Sometimes those projects are very task specific and defined for you. More often than not, they are assignments that will require you to exercise your creativity, resourcefulness and ingenuity. This is what gives you the opportunity to demonstrate your worth to your employer. It gets you raises, promotions and the opportunity to advance.
Most of you want to be hospitality managers. As such, you are being hired to solve problems your boss does not want to confront, is not equipped to confront or simply does not have time to confront. When you are given a project, in addition to having to meet certain goals your boss is also saying, “Lighten MY burden and impress me with the results.” He/she does not expect to do the project for you or spoon feed you step by step directions. Although a reasonable amount of initial direction is necessary, ultimately your boss does not want to be absorbed in the project. That is one of the reasons he hired you.
A classroom environment does not directly lend itself to this dynamic. However, the goal of doing the term paper is an attempt to replicate it. You are being given very broad instructions and asked to use your mind to produce creative, original work product. Thus, your assignment is to research and create paper of no less than eight pages using a minimum of four outside sources on a topic of your choice that relates to the hospitality industry related legal concepts we’ve covered and your career goals. That’s it. There is no right and there is no wrong topic so long it falls within this broad parameter.

Topic Guidance
Choosing a topic, narrowing it and determining where to get information may pose some difficulty at first. Asking yourself why you are a hospitality management major may give you direction. We’ve had students who want to become event planners, open bistros, manage a bed and breakfast, work at an airline, etc. Whatever your goal is, you will be forced to confront many of the legal issues presented in this course as you pursue it. Write about how they relate to these goals. We’ve also had students grapple with a topic that seems too large such as “The legal aspects of starting a restaurant.” This can be reduced to a manageable size by choosing several legal topics related to starting a restaurant and focusing on those at the expense of the multitude of others. Some options for research sources include conducting live interviews, use of the Internet, legal pamphlets by regulatory agencies, etc. Overall, you are given great latitude in choosing your thesis and how to research it because we want the paper to be personalized.
Grading Criteria
Often students are unsure of how they will be evaluated on the paper. It is a subjective evaluation. There is no way around that. However, in our attempt to relate this project to the real world we’ve found it best to remind students of the saying, “You get an ‘A’ for effort.” Generally, if you boss gives you a project even if you don’t do it to his/her complete satisfaction, if you demonstrate solid effort, originality, resourcefulness, etc. this will be recognized and valued. It’s the same with your term paper. If you hand in a paper that uses wide margins, is merely a summary of the class text, and is not proofread, do not expect to do well. Trust us, you would not get a raise or promotion for submitting work product that communicates disinterest and laziness to your boss.


However, if you present a well researched, original, personalized paper that is a “good read,” you will do very well. Treat the project as if you are competing against coworkers for a promotion. Stand out from the crowd in terms of effort and quality.
By analogy, an A means you get a promotion because you exceeded the expectations of your boss—your effort and work product shined above the others, a B means you completed the task as assigned and did a decent job, a C means you did less than what was required and it shows….start looking for another job, a D means you are on probation with a slim chance of being asked back and an F means you were fired.

This course will provide a description of the law relating to management in the hospitality industry. We will explore the legal relationship of the hotel/restaurant/recreation facility to its guests, to travel agents, the liability for guest protection, the liability for losses of guest property, and the hospitality industry’s legal relationships with its employees. Specific topics to be covered will include: negligence, contracts, civil rights, discrimination laws affecting accommodation and employment, liability from the sale of food and alcohol, wage regulations, licensing, trademark, antitrust, and copyright issues affecting the hospitality industry. The emphasis will be on the prevention of legal problems before they occur.

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