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This 5 page paper provides three questions and answers regarding quality in management, ethics in the medical electronic instruments industry and workplace organization. Various ideas about management are relayed. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

E-Mail Communication in the Workplace

This 6 page report discusses the use and abuse of email and access to the Internet by employees. What are the issues in terms of rights to privacy compared to an organization’s right to control the actions of its workers? In the typical modern workplace, email serves as the primary mode for gossip around the proverbial watercooler but it is also a remarkably valuable form of instant, clear communication. Ethical and legal issues are presented. Bibliography lists 6 sources.


This 8-page paper discusses privacy issues in terms of employee monitoring in the workplace. Topics considered include if such monitoring is morally and ethically wrong, and why employers justify it. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

Ethics: Monitoring Internet And E-Mail Use

A 5 page paper. The extensive use of the Internet and e-mail in the workplace has led to more employers monitoring these activities. Monitoring has been attacked on the grounds that invades privacy but there is an enormous amount of literature that demonstrates the legal foundations for such monitoring. This paper addresses this issue and concludes with a resolution that meets both legal and ethical concerns. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

Gender Essays

A 6 page paper which compares and contrasts ideas in various essays concerning the subject of gender issues. The essays discussed are Daphne Pain's "Spatial Segregation and Gender Stratification in the Workplace,".Holly Devor's “Gender Role Behaviors and Attitudes," and.Mariah Burton Nelson's “I Won. I’m Sorry." Bibliography lists 12 sources.

Workplace Privacy

This 3 page paper looks at the issue of privacy in the workplace in the US, considering what privacy an employee may expect and the rights of employers in undertaking surveillance. The bibliography cites 3 sources.

Psychological Testing In The Workplace

This 5 page paper explains three type of psychological tests used in the workplace and which could be used pre-hiring and retention. It explains reliability and validity. It also discusses ethical issues of testing. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

Multicultural Workforce/2 Views

A 3 page essay that contrasts and compares 2 essays on working with a multicultural workforce. In their essays on managing a multicultural workforce, Lennie Copeland and Chad Lewis are quite similar in their approaches to this issue. Both writers indicate that managers must adjust their management and communication styles. Where the two writers differ is that they are address the issues involved from slightly different perspectives. Copeland takes a management-behaviorist approach that addresses specifically each of the four major problems areas outlined by human resource development professionals in managing a multicultural workforce. Lewis, on the other hand, focuses specifically on communication, explaining the abstract nature of communication, while also offering concrete advice. No additional sources cited.

Strategic Supply Management

This 22 page paper provides an overview of the basic elements of strategic supply management, considers how it differs from purchasing and logistics, and relates strategic supply management to supply chain management. In addition, this study also evaluates the way in which e-commerce will impact these processes in the years to come. Bibliography lists 10 sources.


This 4-page paper examines two methods of management -- management by objective (MBO) and total quality management (TQM) and determines how these two methods are used to monitor performance and improvement. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

The Importance of Standards and Monitoring for Task Performance

This 12 page paper considers the importance of standard setting and performance monitoring on task management and the success of a company. The first part of the paper examines the use of standards and how these are important with introducing any task management system, a example is used to demonstrate how lack of standard setting increases the chances of failure. The second part of the paper then considers tools that may be used to monitor task management, the example used is that of the balanced scorecard. The bibliography sites 11 sources. 12

Male Infertility: The Factor of Workplace Contamination

An 8 page discussion of the worldwide trend of dropping sperm counts in industrialized countries. This paper attributes that trend to contamination in the workplace and suggests a monitoring program to get the problem in hand. Bibliography lists 15 sources. Bibliography lists 15 sources.

Quality Management In E-Commerce: Tutorial

This is an 8 page tutorial paper that presents a discussion of quality management in electronic commerce businesses. The writer first presents a proposition that quality management is needed for success. The method of research is explained and the two companies to be considered ( and Dell Computer) which is followed by a literature review. The paper includes a brief explanation of total quality management and a discussion of why quality management is essential. Comments are offered regarding the quality of management at the two identified companies. Tutorial comments are included throughout the paper. Bibliography lists 11 sources.

Surveillance as an Investigative Technique

12 pages. Monitoring and surveillance have come to represent just two of the villainous components of computer use in the late twentieth century. Indeed, vast quantities of confidential and sensitive information are stored in computers. What were once considered to be private communications, such as electronic mail, are now becoming implements of surveillance for any number of sources, including one's own workplace. Bibliography lists 10 sources.

Integrating Foreign Employee

This 5 page paper presents a scenario wherein a Japanese female engineer for a multinational corporation is assigned to the company's U.S. site for a six-month training program. The young women does not interact with others and seems to be alienated from the workplace. The essay discusses strategies for integrating this young women into the company and community more effectively. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

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