Mcwilliams Essays and Term Papers

  • Business report

    challenged, and allow for creativity as well as growth (Williams, McWilliams, 2010-2012, p. 278). It is the responsibility of the leader to establish the long-term goals of the organisation and find means to achieving such goals (Williams, McWilliams, 2010-2012, p. 279). Fundamentally the core role that leaders...

      612 Words | 2 Pages   Tags: Leadership, Job satisfaction, Leadership styles, Power (social and political)

  • assesment 2b

    organizations Global business is defined as the buying and selling of goods and services by individuals or companies from different countries (McWilliams & Williams 2010). Global business exists in 4 different forms that consist of exporting, cooperative contracts, strategic alliances and wholly...

      580 Words | 3 Pages   Tags: Non-tariff barriers to trade, Export, Globalization, Research and development

  • Globallisation

    by exporti​ng, contrib​uting cooperative contracts, structuring stra​tegic alliances, and launchi​ng new who​lly owned affiliates (Williams & McWilliams 2010). The pur​pose of this essay is to clarify the four phases, to identify the level of risk encountered by providing an exa​mple of a Mala​ysia’s...

      1333 Words | 4 Pages   Tags: Franchising, License, Royalties, Ericsson

  • Desistance

    Glasgow and Strathclyde, UK Abstract In an influential article published in the British Journal of Social Work in 1979, Anthony Bottoms and Bill McWilliams proposed the adoption of a ‘non-treatment paradigm’ for probation practice. Their argument rested on a careful and considered analysis not only of...

      10652 Words | 32 Pages   Tags: Justice, Psychotherapy, Punishment, Restorative justice

  • Management - Small Businesses and Globalisation

    common approach for them to go from a domestic company to a global company, usually going through the following phases as presented by Williams and McWilliams (2010); exporting, cooperating contracts, strategic alliances and wholly owned affiliates all of which compose the phase model of globalization(p...

      1388 Words | 4 Pages   Tags: Franchising, Export, Non-tariff barriers to trade, Royalties

  • Gateway Inc

    value of it’s $1.07 billion in cash on it’s books. This means that investors believe Gateway’s operations are actually worth negative $379 million (McWilliams, Brown, C1). Gateway has posted losses in 8 of the last nine quarters and are about to undertake their third restructuring program since 2000...

      3453 Words | 13 Pages   Tags: Compaq, Beta (finance), Hewlett-Packard, IBM PC compatible

  • Organizational Change Analysis

    contribute to the rapid changes within an organization. The individual’s who are affected by the modification, may resist or support the change. McWilliam and Ward-Griffin pronounced “any change that necessitates a shift of individual’s mindset to invent, implement, and sustain requires an enterprise-wide...

      747 Words | 3 Pages  

  • Reducing Medicare Expenditures by Enrolling Participants in HMOs

    2011). The purpose behind this is on account of reduction of the accessibility to doctors and physicians which is doubtlessly hurting the population (McWilliams et al., 2012). Such physicians and doctors who are presently taking part in the Medicare program are undergoing payment cuts which may have them...

      1975 Words | 5 Pages   Tags: Medicare (United States), Tricare, Home care, Payroll tax

  • CFUs/mL; Organoleptic Properties; and the effects of temperature, acid and enzymes on proteins in Selected Milks

    protein and 3.3% fat and has a pH of 6.6 (McWilliams, 2001, pg 283). Almost all carbohydrate in milk is in the form of lactose (-lactose and -lactose). Lactose is responsible for the sweet taste of milk and may undergo nonenzymatic browning (Maillard reaction) (McWilliams, 2001 pg 305). Higher lactose products...

      2208 Words | 9 Pages   Tags: Curd, Chymosin, Milk, Rennet

  • Motivation

    individual’s need. Besides, motivation refers to a set of initiates, direct, and makes people persist in their efforts to accomplish a goal. (William McWilliams, 2010) Initiation, direction and persistence are the main component of motivation and its will be lead to a good performance. Based on the article...

      1392 Words | 3 Pages   Tags: Two-factor theory, Expectancy theory, Reinforcement, Job satisfaction

  • theory of accounting

    Management Studies 43:1 January 2006 0022-2380 Guest Editors’ Introduction Corporate Social Responsibility: Strategic Implications* Abagail McWilliams, Donald S. Siegel and Patrick M. Wright College of Business Administration, University of Illinois at Chicago; Department of Economics, Rensselaer...

      8499 Words | 34 Pages   Tags: Resource-based view, Corporate social responsibility, Event study, Stakeholder (corporate)

  • Bottle Water Industry Case Analysis

    wide partnerships with bottlers to break into the water industry. Currently Coca-Cola markets Dasani water and similarly PepsiCo markets Aquafina (McWilliams, 2010). This growth method has proven to be a success and Aquafina has launched Pepsi into one of the 10 sellers of bottled water in the U.S. (Olson...

      1713 Words | 5 Pages   Tags: PepsiCo, Dasani, Aquafina, Taste (sociology)

  • Gluten content, gas retention and physical properties of starch in selected flours

    behaviour of a starch is determined...by the relative amounts of amylose and amylopectin" (McWilliams, 2001). Mostly starches contain more amylopectin than amylose. Amylopectin makes up 75% of the starch in cereals (McWilliams, 2001). The size of granules varies for different types of starch. Wheaten starch...

      1858 Words | 8 Pages   Tags: Gluten sensitivity, Gluten, Coeliac disease, Gluten-free diet

  • motivation

    in doing work, money or something else altogether that can increase the productivity of the people at work and perform the job well? (Williams & McWilliams, 2010). So are the factors of motivation and expectancy theory contributed in this factor? What is motivation and expectancy theory? Motivation refers...

      1287 Words | 4 Pages   Tags: Expectancy theory, Motivation, Affect (psychology), Goal

  • Does social responsibility in a business contribute to its profits?

    studies reaffirming the belief that there is a positive relationship between FP and SR, however firstly one must consider a neutral relationship. McWilliams (2001) argues that there is an ideal level of SR (which will depend on the organisation's size, level of diversification, research and development...

      1056 Words | 3 Pages   Tags: Reputation, Stakeholder (corporate), Labour economics, Economics

  • Rosa Parks

    south.( Reynolds, Brain) She worked as a secretary for the Montgomery, Alabama branch of the NAACP.(McWilliams, Thelma) She had attended the Highlander Folk School six months before her arrest.(McWilliams, Thelma ) On December 1, 1955 in Montgomery, Parks, while she in the sitting black section of bus...

      806 Words | 3 Pages   Tags: Rosa Parks, Montgomery Bus Boycott, African-American Civil Rights Movement (1954–68)

  • Motivation

    doing work, money or something else altogether that can increase the productivity of the people at work and perform the job well? (Williams & McWilliams, 2010). So are the factors of motivation and expectancy theory contributed in this factor? What is motivation and expectancy theory? Motivation refers...

      1314 Words | 4 Pages   Tags: Expectancy theory, Motivation, Affect (psychology), Goal

  • Bureaucratic Control

    the specialization of the functions of the government or organisation to set up the rules and hierarchy to control the employee behaviour. William McWilliams (MGMT, P. 324). Define Bureaucratic Control as “The use of hierarchical authority to influence employee behaviour by rewarding or punishing employees...

      487 Words | 2 Pages   Tags: Organization, Bureaucracy

  • Bap220.2 Essay

                    Music  Styles  II   Did  Video  Kill  The  Radio  Star?       Student Name: Kirsty McWilliam   Student Number: 107310 BAP220.2      “TELEVISION”   2   Through  research  and  development  this  essay  will...

      1685 Words | 50 Pages  

  • 5methods of Departmentalization

    which will show how management is organized ‘vertical and horizontal configuration of departments, authority and job within a company’ (Williams & McWilliams 2010, p.175) each of department has a manager, who runs day- to- day operations and ultimately report to the CEO, however this traditional model...

      1216 Words | 5 Pages   Tags: Organizational structure, Organization, Management, Departmentalization