: Describe the effects that business research planning and execution have on your reputation. Establish measurable and defined research goals.

9.1 Learning Objectives: Describe the effects that business research planning and execution have on your reputation.
Establish measurable and defined research goals.
Describe the guidelines for creating good survey questions and options.
Create graphs and tables to clearly illustrate data and highlight important points.
Analyze the data sources’ value for business study.
Using secondary research, solve a business issue.
Check the accuracy and fairness of the research’s tables, charts, and other visuals.
9.2 What Must Be Done:
Business Communication: Creating Leaders for a Networked World, Chapter 12, Fourth Edition of Peter Cardon by McGraw-Hill Education
Visit the following links to view the quick videos:
[Updated] An Introduction to Primary and Secondary Research – YouTube
9.3 Knowledge Test (Question):
You learn about surveys in chapter 12. Make a sample survey using the guidelines for designing a successful survey.

human actions and organizational procedures impact creativity.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?time continue=5&v=M66ZU2PCIcM
This assignment focuses on how human actions and organizational procedures impact creativity.
Write a brief assessment of the characteristics of the IDEO organization that promote and increase creativity in an organization after seeing the film “IDEO shopping cart project” (see the above-mentioned link). Make sure to incorporate any critical thinking you have about the subject. There should be a distinct thesis in the paper’s introductory and conclusion sections. Make sure you have at least six (6) sources that have undergone peer review.

Thamer’s most recent discussion point at the organization’s meeting today is awards and compensation structures.

Read the case provided and respond to the inquiries:
Thamer’s most recent discussion point at the organization’s meeting today is awards and compensation structures. “Marwa provided me the salary figures and records for everyone,” he says at the outset. The way that people are paid around here doesn’t seem to follow any pattern or make sense. I believe we should resolve this.
Thamer is the only two Thamer sends out to collect additional firewood, while Kareem only looks at him. “Only the four of us are aware of how much everyone gets paid here. What aims did you have? A fight to begin?” We manage very fine with the system we have, says Nabeel. Why did you think this week was the right time to bring up compensation?
Would you briefly describe that system for me, Thamer asks?
“I like a person, want him to work with us,” Kareem begins. I give him whatever I earned when I was his age as a result. Or what Nabeel produced when he was that age, particularly if the work is technical like machine design. Thamer moans and leans back.
But we speak to the professionals, says Nabeel. Find out what professionals are using to promote and demonstrate the products in other locations. Every time he shows up and strokes his club around the golf course, we pay that golfer SAR 20,000. Thamer grimaces while clutching his stomach.
“Well, the pros are special cases, right,” responds Kareem. Thamer slouches down in a chair.
“Thamer, you took over determining starting salaries when you got here,” Nabeel inquires. Just what have you been up to?
In a low voice, Thamer continues, “Just offering what you offered the previous employee in the same position. I was unable to identify any other pattern. I scheduled compensation for this week as a result.
Nabeel and Kareem sigh. When the door opens and Faris enters with a pile of firewood, everyone looks up.

M.M.15 Assignment Questions
1. List the many types of rewards, such as extrinsic versus intrinsic, financial versus nonfinancial, performance-based versus membership-based, that you can find in the aforementioned scenario.
2. Assess whether these awards are acceptable for preserving employee loyalty to the company. (2 .5Marks)
3. Does the organization’s compensation system achieve the broad objectives of a compensation system?
4. Provide three ideas to enhance the organization’s compensation structure.
5. List three aspects of the pay structure that are particularly strong for this company. Would they work for the majority of organizations? What kinds?

A supply chain is the series of businesses that are engaged in creating and providing a good or service, including their locations, roles, and activities (Stevenson, 2021).

A supply chain is the series of businesses that are engaged in creating and providing a good or service, including their locations, roles, and activities (Stevenson, 2021). A supply chain includes everything connected to the good or service, from the initial raw materials to the last customer, from start to finish.
Complete the following for this assignment:
Choose two Middle Eastern organizations, then describe their products or services, industry, and choice of organizations.
Identify and compare the supply chain elements from the two firms you have chosen, such as purchasing problems, supplier problems, logistics, information systems, quality, and customer service.
Describe the effects of information technology on supply chain management at the two firms.
Finally, make suggestions for each organization’s improvement based on your findings.

A supply chain is the series of businesses that are engaged in creating and providing a good or service, including their locations, roles, and activities (Stevenson, 2021).

Critical Thinking Assignment for Module 8
A supply chain is the series of businesses that are engaged in creating and providing a good or service, including their locations, roles, and activities (Stevenson, 2021). A supply chain includes everything connected to the good or service, from the initial raw materials to the last customer, from start to finish.
Complete the following for this assignment:
Choose two Middle Eastern organizations, then describe their products or services, industry, and choice of organizations.
Identify and compare the supply chain elements from the two firms you have chosen, such as purchasing problems, supplier problems, logistics, information systems, quality, and customer service.
Describe the effects of information technology on both firms’ supply chains.
Finally, make suggestions for each organization’s improvement based on your findings.
Directions:
The length of your work must be four to five pages, excluding the title page and any reference pages that are never included in the content minimum requirements.
At least three scholarly, peer-reviewed journal articles and the concepts, theories, and other course-related information from the textbook should be used to support your proposal. For resources, use the Saudi Digital Library.
formatted in accordance with the Saudi Electronic University’s writing guidelines and the APA 7th edition.
You are highly advised to turn in all of your assignments to Turnitin before turning them in to your instructor for grading. Review the Turnitin – Student Guide for detailed instructions if you need help submitting an assignment to the Originality Check tool.
To find out how you will be scored for this assignment, review the grading criteria.
NOTE The topic teacher suggests the following as the appropriate course of action:
Middle Eastern Organizations No. 1 and No. 2 are found in Section 1 of Module 8: Organizations, Industry, and Goods and Services.
•Section 2: Supply Chain Issues – Middle East Organization #1 – Issues with logistics, information systems, quality, and customer service.
Issues with purchasing, suppliers, logistics, information systems, quality, and customer service—Middle East Organization #2
Recommendations for Improvement – Middle East Organization #1 – Middle East Organization #2 Section 4: Information Technology Impact on Supply Chain – Middle East Organization #1 – Middle East Organization #2
References in Section 5 include Stevenson (Stevenson W. J. (2020). (Fourteenth) Operations management, McGraw-Hill Education
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