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WHAT DO YOU WANT TO BE WHEN YOU GROW UP? What do you want to be when you grow up? Still not sure? Ask around. You’re not alone. Chances are, your friends and relatives aren’t certain either. Sure, they may have jobs and careers, but you’re likely to find that, professionally, many of them don’t want to be where they are today. Sometimes people’s interests change, or they may burn out. And some people are unhappy with their current job or career because they weren’t in the right one to begin with. Getting the job and career you want is not easy. It takes time, effort, and persistence. And even though you will probably follow multiple career paths in your life, your career-planning process will be easier (and more effective) if you take the time to develop a personal career plan. Begin by answering the following questions. (Hint: Treat this seriously. If you do it effectively, this plan could guide your career decisions for the next 5 to 7 years.) 1. Describe your strengths and weaknesses. Don’t just rely on your opinions of your abilities. Ask your parents, relatives, friends, and employers what they think, too. Encourage them to be honest and then be prepared to hear some things that you may not want to hear. Remember, though, this information can help you pick the right job or career. 2. Write an advertisement for the job you want to have 5 years from now. Be specific. Describe the company, title, responsibilities, required education and experience, salary, and benefits. Use employment ads in the Sunday job listings as inspiration. 3. Create a detailed plan to obtain this job. In the short term, what classes do you need to take? Should you change your major? Do you need a business major or minor or maybe a minor in a foreign language? What kind of summer work experience will move you closer to getting the job you want 5 years from now? What job do you need to get right out of college to obtain the work experience you need? Create a specific plan for each of the 5 years in your career plan, keeping in mind that the plans for later years are likely to change. The value in planning is that it forces you to think about what you want and the steps you can take now to help achieve those goals. 4. Decide when you will monitor and evaluate the progress you’re making with your plan. Career experts suggest that every 6 months is about right. Pick two dates and write them in your schedule. Furthermore, right now, before you forget, set five specific, challenging goals that you need to accomplish in the next 6 months in order to achieve your career plans. Sources: “20 Hot Job Tracks,” U.S. News & World Report, 30 October 1995, 98–104; C. Boivie, “Planning for the Future . . . Your Future,” Journal of Systems Management 44 (1993): 25–27; J. Connelly, “How to Choose Your Next Career,” Fortune, 6 February 1995, 145–146; P. Sherrid, “A 12-Hour Test of My Personality,” U.S. News & World Report, 31 October 1994, 109.
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Principles of Management (MGMT 130) Answer all questions. Compare and contrast the relative importance of the four characteristics that companies look for in managers as they rise through the management hierarchy. That is, describe the similarities and differences in these characteristics among lower, middle, and upper-level managers and explain the reasons for the differences. Top managers are responsible for (1) creating a context for change, (2) developing attitudes of commitment and ownership, (3) creating a positive organizational culture through words and actions, and (4) monitoring their company’s business environment. Of these four dimensions, which ones do you think can also be significantly impacted by the day-to-day actions of middle managers, first-line managers, and team leaders? Explain the rationale for your answer. Compare and contrast the managerial roles of liaison, spokesperson, and negotiator. Explain both the similarities that link these roles behaviorally and the differences Mintzberg draws between them. Describe environmental change and its relationship to punctuated equilibrium theory. Give an example of an industry whose environments are characterized by the punctuated equilibrium model in recent years. Identify and discuss the implications of changes in the political/legal component of the general environment facing organizations over the past decade. Give one example of a relevant recent change. What is the best way for companies to manage their legal responsibilities? Identify and explain the three-step process that managers use to make sense of changes in their external environments. Explain how environmental scanning contributes to organizational performance. Discuss the nature and value of integrity testing to management as a tool in encouraging ethical decision making in their organizations. What is social responsiveness? Identify the four strategies that can be used to respond to social responsibility problems. How do these strategies differ? Use the relationship between social responsibility and economic performance to explain why a company might choose one strategy over another in a given set of circumstances.
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Summer 2022 Week #1 Discussion TOPIC:Above is a menu board from Panera.  It lists the food item, the price and the calories.  Does posting the calorie content help people make better choice when ordering?  Do you use the calorie counter in restaurants?  Is there any data to show that these calorie lists actually cause healthy change? Discussion Topic Instructions Download Discussion Topic Instructions Grading:These weekly discussions will be scored as follows:7 points for the initial post (5 points/content, 2 points/2 references)3 points for each secondary response (2 points content/1 point ref)=10 points total for the week Initial post:1. The primary posts should be ½ to ¾ of a page in length.2. They should be single spaced and either a 10 or 12 font.3. These posts should have a minimum of two references. Secondary/response posts:1. The secondary posts should have one reference.

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