State the importance of Human Behavior in organizations.
? Include the background information needed to understand your report topic; define concepts, give a brief overview of the topic, any other relevant background information.
Body sections (2-4 sections, heading should be the topic of that section)
Explore the influence of the independent variable on the dependent variable and evaluate the strength of the relationship between them: is there a strong link or a weak link?
Include different sections for different aspects of the independent variable. For the example title above, you would include sections for the influence of aspects of an unhealthy lifestyle such as poor diet or a lack of exercise on obesity.
Include at least one section about other a different variable that also influences your dependent variable. Is there a strong or a weak influence? For the example title above, you could look at the influence of genetics on obesity this is not related to an unhealthy lifestyle, but it could also influence obesity.
In all sections, you must present and synthesize evidence from your research to support your points.
Summarize the key points and make an evaluation of the extent of the influence of the independent variable on the dependent variable. Is the independent variable the most influential variable, or are other variables that you considered more or similarly influential?
reference from websites.
A. Select a company, organization, or agency of your choice from the human services information technology industry. Perform an analysis of the company using the course learning outcomes as your outcomes for your company of choice. In a 2310 to 2400 word paper, provide your analysis of each of the outcomes below:
1.Perform a literature search to identify 11 scholarly sources that are 6 years old or newer that will support your culminating portfolio project.
2. Compile an annotated bibliography based on the selected 11 scholarly sources that were identified.
B. Address the following course learning Outcomes:
1. Company Ethics: Identify and explain the company\’s ethics to Human services information technology.
2. Company Roles & Responsibilities: Identify and explain the company\’s roles and responsibilities in regards to Human services information technology.
C. Paper Requirement:
1. Follow APA 6th edition.
2. Be 2310 to 2400 words long (not including title page, abstract page, or references page).
3. Use 11 scholarly resources to support your analysis.
4. Use Header- 1s for each required content section listed above.
5. Contain no grammar, spelling, or APA errors.
My select organization is State of New Jersey – Department of Human Services – Office of Information Services.
The web site is: State.nj.us/humanservices/staff/ois/index.html
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Select any Human Resource function or program(s) and write a proposal using the LAMP framework to establish the link between business objectives and program outcomes while showing the Return on Investment (ROI), which will be approved by your senior management team, the implementation or enhancement to an HR program.
Use the rough draft created for the Week 4 assignment as the groundwork for your final paper
Your paper should include:
Executive overview this should be a one page document that briefly shows your audience the bulleted highlights of the sections of your proposal. Click here for an example of an executive summary
Program case define the logic on your program\’s goals and develop the business case using best practices and research (you should include an introduction and background on your organization and establish the LAMP framework)
Measure and analysis Here you will detail the statistical analysis and cost impact underlining your program (show measurement system used and the economic value to your organization use graphs, charts or models to demonstrate your analysis)
Closing make the case to senior management on why your program should be giving the green light (show the ROI of your program, any budget consideration and make the sale)
References at least 15 sources should be used throughout your proposal, primarily in the program case section
No more than 25 pages written in APA format
Detail the need project/program, best practices, analysis and discussion/next steps
References should be from peer-reviewed HRM journals
All references should be in APA format and your reference list at the end should reflect APA 6th Edition formatting
Final paper will be graded on
Ability to form a strong, coherent, and convincing argument
Accurate use of current HR information to support your argument
Consistent use of good grammar, spelling and punctuation
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Most people love change, or so they thinkright up to the point that it impacts them in an unanticipated way. If you were personally impacted by change in a way you did not expect, would this create challenges for you? As a Human Resources leader, you would want to plan for the successful implementation of your Annual Operating Plan which we now understand well enough to know will impact everyone in the organization. Implementation of the plan, thus, is likely to bring unexpected changes that might result in challenges to some employees, and may result in resistance or pushback from some employees, including even some in management. Other challenges and obstacles can occur at the time of implementation, that were not anticipated in the plan. Part of the planning process is to anticipate the most likely challenges that might occur, and then to plan for them right in the AHROP not all of them, but the top most likely ones.
The article HR Leading by Example during Zegna Transformation notes that changing organizational practices or policies like an HR plan might do, requires highly effective and well-planned communications and even collaboration, if everyone is to have buy-in into this plan.
Write a description of two challenges you believe a Human Resources professional might face in implementing HR strategies in their Operating Plan written to support the organizations business direction in the year ahead and using HRs expertise. Explain how you can best address these challenges as part of the AHROP implementation planning. Propose the Human Resources Department/Divisions best approach to communicating this plan, and address the importance of timing and whether everyone in the organization receives the same information or whether it should be tailored.
Tyler-Cagni, L., & Hills, J. (2008). HR leading by example during Zegna transformation. Strategic HR Review, 7(1), 2227.
Bennett, D., & Brush, M. (2007). The annual HR strategic planning process: Design and facilitation lessons from Corning Incorporated Human Resources. Organization Development Journal, 25(3), 8793.
ORegan, N., & Ghobadian, A. (2007). Formal strategic planning: Annual raindance or wheel of success? Strategic Change, 16(1/2), 1122.
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Human Trafficking in California: Is This Crime More Prevalent in California Versus the Other 49 States? An Investigation
Regular consumption of fish has beneficial effects on human health. In recent years the consumption of fish has increased, but it still does not meet the recommended levels which would substantially benefit health. There are several reasons why consumers do not regularly consume fish. You are asked to investigate barriers and drivers of fish consumption in a defined population and provide recommendation as to how to improve fish consumption.
a- Rationale (what do you want to investigate and why is that important?).
b- Theory of Planned Behaviour (explain the theory and discuss how the behaviour you want to investigate is related to this theory)
c- The aim (state the aim of your research in one or two sentences)
d- Methodology (explain how you have carried out the research and show the questionnaire)
e- Results (show and describe your findings)
f- Discussion (discuss your findings)
Please make up questionnaire – or use other resources.
1. Please refer to the attached assignment outline (u03_assessment-task-2) for full instructions.
2. I have already commenced the report (saved as Unit 3 Assignment ) and finished the introduction to provide you with the direction of the report. Please return the report back to me in Word format with the formatting as is.
3. The two Human Resources activities within the organisation that is to be analysed and evaluated is Retention and Engagement plus Performance Management.
4. A quick overview – Employee engagement is low across the business due to the push for high performance with minimal regard to employee safety. Employees only stay with the company due to its high wage rates. Performance Management is not effectively managed with new starters as well as non-performers. Probation periods are not monitored and management feels like it can cut corners in the disciplinary process when performance managing an employee.
5. I have included two addendums that should be helpful in providing the analysis, Managing Performance plus Recruitment and Retention. The Harvard intext referencing for both of them is (AHRI 2017). It is already included in the reference list at the end.
\”Applications: Evaluation of Two New Assessment Methods for Selecting Telephone Customer Service Representatives\”.
Stage 2: Finding the Media Article
You must find an article from an acceptable newspaper or news magazine or other popular media news
source that specifically describes the contents of a published scientific research experiment (of a physical,
not theoretical, nature) on any of the appropriate research topics (see page 1). For help with ideas about
appropriate key words to use when searching the media sources, look to the general topics listed in the ass.
Or, alternatively, you can also simply browse the most recent news stories posted at these media news
sources, in the allowed date range, to find one on a suitable topic.
The following are some examples of acceptable media sources for this project:
Science Daily, Science News Online, Astronomy Magazine, Universe Today, Portal to the Universe,
Science Centric, Science/AAAS, Nature, CBC News: Technology & Science, Scientific American,
Popular Science, National Geographic News, Science and Technology for Canadians, Macleans
Magazine, The Toronto Star, Globe and Mail; others
Note that web blogs, wikis, and other individually-run websites are NOT acceptable forms of media
reporting for this project.
Media articles must be at least 500 words in length (longer is better), and should focus on one primary
original research experiment rather than discussing the results of many different experiments (and/or
If you need help with determining the suitability of a particular media article, do NOT post the specific
article title and/or web address in the Moodle forum. Instead, send an email (including your full name in it,
as well as he URL to the actual article itself) to the following address: firstname.lastname@example.org
(Make sure to keep a copy of your email for yourself as back up.) Our course Teaching Assistant will
respond to your question on media article topic suitability within about 2 days. (For all other questions about
the project, post your general questions in the public Research Project discussion forum in Moodle, or
private question by email to email@example.com).
The York library system allows you to search many newspapers and magazines online from
its home page: https://www.library.yorku.ca/
Particularly helpful database to use in this research is the General Science Abstracts (via
Wilson); search for its title on the York Library homepage
The Steacie Science and Engineering Library is a whole library at York dedicated to science!
(It even has real-life librarians who can help you!)
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Consult the following useful website from the York Library on how to find articles:
You can easily make electronic copies of web pages by printing them to a .pdf file, with a
virtual pdf printer. There are many free programs available that can do this, such as the
PrintFriendly web-based service: www.printfriendly.com
Stage 3: Finding the Scholarly Article
Having found the media article, you must now find the original (primary) scholarly article in which this
research was first reported. The media article itself should mention the names of the researchers (who may
or may not be the authors of the actual media article itself), the title of their original research article (as
published in the scholarly journal), and where it was originally published. Again, use the searching facilities
at the library to locate and access this original publication. Note that as a York University student, your
library privileges include subscription to an enormous database of journals that normally require a
subscription fee. (If you need help with accessing paid-subscription journals with your York U. account,
contact a librarian.) If you happened to choose an article from a journal to which York does not have a
subscription, then you should look for a new article that is covered by a subscription, instead.
Stage 4: Your Report: Comparing the Science in Media and Scholarly Articles
After reading both the media and the scholarly article, you will now compare them in your own written
report. To be complete, your report must address all of the following questions.
1. Complete the following identifier table:
Media Article Research Article
Title of Article
Source of Article
Date of Publication
Was the research done by
the author of the article?
Where are the Authors
from (if information is
Give the name and
location of their place of
Note: the contents of this table do NOT count toward the final word/page count limit on your report.
2. Provide a prcis (short summary) of each article in your own words. A good way to make sure you write
the prcis in your own words is to read the article a few times until you feel you understand its content as
much as possible, and then put the article away and write the prcis without looking at the article. Once
you have written the prcis, reread it and the article together to make sure you have not missed any
important points. If your words seem much simpler than those of the article, so much the better!
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3. Describe the structure or format of the article how is the information presented to the reader? Is the
article divided up into sections, and if so what are they? (This applies to both media and scholarly
4. For the media article, how are the experimental results presented? (For example, is it just a general
written description, are actual numbers reported, are there tables, graphs, statistics?)
5. Compare the general conclusions of the media article with the general conclusions of the research paper.
Do they differ in any way, and if so, how?
6. Does either of the articles criticize the data, criticize the conclusions, provide alternate hypotheses or
conclusions to explain the data? If so provide details.
7. Does one article provide criticism or alternate viewpoints that the other article fails to mention? If so,
what are they? (For example, do the authors of the research article mention limitations of their research
and conclusions that are left out of the media article?)
8. Does the title of the media article accurately reflect the content of both the media article and the research
article? If not, provide details.
9. Has this exercise given you any insights into how scientific research is done and reported, or into how
the media covers such research?
Format and Expectations of the Report
This is NOT AN ESSAY; therefore you do not need to have a thesis, or try to prove or disprove
any argument(s). Instead, you are asked to report on the differences between science research as
presented in popular media versus scholarly journals. Your report can simply answer each of the
numbered items as they are presented above, in a numbered sequence. Do NOT include the text of
the questions in your report; simply label each answer with the corresponding question number only.
The report should be 1,200 to 1,500 words, of standard font 12 text.
1 margins on all sides should be used.
There is no particular preferred style of citation that has to be used, as long as your style is consistent.
You will use only 2 sources in your report, so citation of them should be quite straightforward.
Quoting of the articles themselves should be kept to a minimum, and is NOT to be used as content
substitute of your report (even if it is cited). Your report should consist mostly of your own writing.
The report should be written with proper English grammar; have your report proofread by someone
else who is not in your class (such as your family or friends), especially if English is not your first
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