Wednesday, June 10, 2020

Why MBA Hult International Business School [Business Because]

This article was originally published on June 8th, 2014 by the BusinessBecause.com, â€Å"Why MBA: Hult International Business Schoolâ€Å". Baltasar Pena banked a finance job in Boston and credits his MBA program for making it happen. He studied at Hult International Business School in Boston, but the school’s unique rotation meant he spent time studying in Shanghai, China, too. In this interview, he explains why other prospective MBAs should consider Hult, and the benefits of completing international rotations. You had a lengthy career at Santander what motivated you to begin an MBA program and what made you pick Hult International Business School? During my last five years at Santander I rotated among different divisions of the bank, but I was looking for a more international experience. I knew that studying an international MBA would leverage my skills and I wanted to do it full time, in the US and in one year. The list of these types of MBAs was very small. But after talking to various alumni, I decided to do it. In addition, at Hult I would be able to work and study with people from more than 100 nationalities, and I had the opportunity to rotate to other campuses around the world. You had the opportunity to study in up to three of the schools six global locations –   which did you pick? There were five modules in the MBA program and I decided to rotate to Shanghai in the fourth one. I had always wanted to learn more about China, its culture, strengths, economic contradictions, politics, and people. Being there opened my eyes to a completely new world. After meeting expats and local people I realized just how fascinating the country is. What are the benefits of studying in different global locations – not just in Boston? You can choose to go into the rotation program for different reasons. In my case, I wanted to be immersed in the Chinese culture and their way of business. I was able to do this   while meeting people from the other Hult campuses, from around the world. I also completed the Action Project during my time in Shanghai, where we worked for six weeks at a Fortune 100 food company. We had the challenge of duplicating the company’s sale of a certain product [over] three years. In order to find a solution, we conducted research about the Chinese people’s preferences, demographics, economy and traditions. We were actually helping this company find solutions to real problems in the complex Chinese domestic market. Why should other prospective MBAs consider Hult? If somebody is thinking about studying and working with people from multiple nationalities and different backgrounds, there is no MBA like Hult’s MBA. I highly recommend rotating – because it is a very intensive activity that combines leisure, classes and action-projects. Hult’s staff are very accessible, and all the professors have been teaching in top business schools already. Every year Hult has important innovations, so once you graduate, your degree keeps increasing in value. Finally, given that Hult is part of Education First, the biggest language school in the world, it has great stability. Your LinkedIn profile suggests you are currently looking for work. How confident are you that a Hult MBA will help you further your career? I recently started to work again in Santander Bank in Boston, but most of the people that I know had a job, too, after six months, and very few didn’t. I guess that in the United States it is very difficult to get a job because of the VISA restrictions for foreigners. Despite that, the company [I work for] doesn’t have to sponsor us because of the Optional Practical Training period. Read about Hults groundbreaking new MBA curriculum and Hult Labs report findings on What Top Employers Want. Kickstart your career in this education and innovation hotspot by studying at Hults Boston business school. To find out more, take a look at our blog Life in Boston: Introducing Hult House. Download a brochure or get in touch today to find out how Hult can help you to learn about the business world, the future, and yourself. Hult Rotation offers you a chance to study in a truly global way. Our rotation program allows you to study and be immersed in some of the finest cities in the world. 📠¸: @jasminmanzano . Hult Rotation offers you a chance to study in a truly global way. Our rotation program allows you to study and be immersed in some of the finest cities in the world. 📠¸: @jasminmanzano . Each year, Hult seeks to enroll a talented and ambitious incoming class from all over the world. We look for diverse students with a wide range of experiences, perspectives, and interests—students who will thrive in our unique educational atmosphere. Are you ready for a truly global experience? 📠¸: @iambrunadiniz . Each year, Hult seeks to enroll a talented and ambitious incoming class from all over the world. We look for diverse students with a wide range of experiences, perspectives, and interests—students who will thrive in our unique educational atmosphere. Are you ready for a truly global experience? 📠¸: @iambrunadiniz . We’re excited to start 2020 on a ranking high! Hult is proud to have been placed #28 in Poets Quants 2020 rankings for Best Undergraduate Business Schools in the US. Taking a huge leap of 32 places from our 2019 position, we’re also very happy to have secured top positions in key categories like: life-changing experience, practicality of the degree, and global immersion. . With five global campuses, a student body of over 130 nationalities, and a learn-by-doing approach—Hult offers a student experience like no other. . We’re excited to start 2020 on a ranking high! Hult is proud to have been placed #28 in Poets Quants 2020 rankings for Best Undergraduate Business Schools in the US. Taking a huge leap of 32 places from our 2019 position, we’re also very happy to have secured top positions in key categories like: life-changing experience, practicality of the degree, and global immersion. . With five global campuses, a student body of over 130 nationalities, and a learn-by-doing approach—Hult offers a student experience like no other. . â€Å"I’m from an engineering background and needed a whole new skill set for the industry I wanted to switch to. I learned a lot about myself and how I deal with being out of my comfort zone. I learned both soft and hard skills, from how to work in very diverse teams to key accounting metrics and strategy. I was surprised by how weak I was at certain tasks in English or how strong I actually was in other areas. Hult gave me opportunities to try new things and meet people from places I never thought I would have friends. . My internship experiences gave me the chance to broaden my view of different cultures and different companies. I had the opportunity to work and live with people whose values differed from people in my home country. I thought that this would be difficult, but it gave me the chance to reflect on my own values and assess if they were a result of my home country environment or if they were intrinsically mine. . Diederick ter Kulve (@diederick.terkulve) Netherlands Masters in International Business . â€Å"I’m from an engineering background and needed a whole new skill set for the industry I wanted to switch to. I learned a lot about myself and how I deal with being out of my comfort zone. I learned both soft and hard skills, from how to work in very diverse teams to key accounting metrics and strategy. I was surprised by how weak I was at certain tasks in English or how strong I actually was in other areas. Hult gave me opportunities to try new things and meet people from places I never thought I would have friends. . My internship experiences gave me the chance to broaden my view of different cultures and different companies. I had the opportunity to work and live with people whose values differed from people in my home country. I thought that this would be difficult, but it gave me the chance to reflect on my own values and assess if they were a result of my home country environment or if they were intrinsically mine. . Diederick ter Kulve (@diederick.terkulve) Netherlands Masters in International Business . Say a big hello to our Bachelor of Business Administration program cover star, Elisa Orus Plana âÅ" ¨ . â€Å"I’m excited for the future—especially that I cant predict whats going to happen. Maybe Ill end up in Mexico working for a trading company or maybe in Africa, developing my own business. Everything is possible, and the options are constantly changing. I love the idea that Im never going to be stuck doing the same job until the end of my life if I dont want it to be like this. . Hult really supports me and my ambitions and truly believes that we deserve to be considered as professionals as well as students. Here, I get to express not just my opinions but all elements of myself. From my creative side with the Fashion Society to my finance and business sides in Trading Club and the Management Consulting Club. We get a different type of learning here. Not just essential knowledge and theory, but practical skills and mindset. The school is always evolving. We’re encouraged to innovate and to always look for new ways of doing traditional things. We learn how to be more confident and become aware of how we can impact our environment. The school aims to help you become a better version of yourself and to stand out from the crowd.â€Å" . Elisa Orus Plana French Bachelor of Business Administration Class of 2021 Say a big hello to our Bachelor of Business Administration program cover star, Elisa Orus Plana âÅ" ¨ . â€Å"I’m excited for the future—especially that I cant predict whats going to happen. Maybe Ill end up in Mexico working for a trading company or maybe in Africa, developing my own business. Everything is possible, and the options are constantly changing. I love the idea that Im never going to be stuck doing the same job until the end of my life if I dont want it to be like this. . Hult really supports me and my ambitions and truly believes that we deserve to be considered as professionals as well as students. Here, I get to express not just my opinions but all elements of myself. From my creative side with the Fashion Society to my finance and business sides in Trading Club and the Management Consulting Club. We get a different type of learning here. Not just essential knowledge and theory, but practical skills and mindset. The school is always evolving. We’re encouraged to innovate and to always look for new ways of doing traditional things. We learn how to be more confident and become aware of how we can impact our environment. The school aims to help you become a better version of yourself and to stand out from the crowd.â€Å" . Elisa Orus Plana French Bachelor of Business Administration Class of 2021"> During the final days of 2019, you probably reflected on what you’ve accomplished this year—and even this decade—and what you’d like to achieve in 2020. Let us know in the comments below. During the final days of 2019, you probably reflected on what you’ve accomplished this year—and even this decade—and what you’d like to achieve in 2020. Let us know in the comments below. â€Å"The first time we did group work on the program, I went head-to-head with a colleague. It taught me a lot about how I see people, how people see me, and how conflict can be resolved in a kind and productive way. The best feedback you get, when delivered constructively, is the most critical because it really feeds into how you lead. I’ve completely reversed my leadership style—the result is so much richer and more powerful when you lead from behind and lead with strength. . Studying in tandem with working, whilst challenging, gave me the perfect platform to directly apply learning concepts into my business environment, the competitive landscape, and the real-estate industry as a whole. When I started the program, I was very happy in my corporate role. But my courage and aspirations grew to the point that I took on a whole new direction. Having my career coach, Joanna, as a sounding board allowed me to really be strategic and get to know myself. She coached me thro ugh all the interviews, the research, and the questions. It went in parallel with what I was doing academically and after six months everything just clicked. . I went into the EMBA knowing I had nothing to lose and I’ve come out with everything. Great strength, global friends, amazing learning, mentors from professors, a job I love, and the knowledge that I can set my mind to achieve anything and with the right support and resources I’ll get there.† . Kashani Wijetunga British, New Zealand Sri Lankan Associate Director Senior Strategy Consultant CBRE EMBA Class of 2019 . â€Å"The first time we did group work on the program, I went head-to-head with a colleague. It taught me a lot about how I see people, how people see me, and how conflict can be resolved in a kind and productive way. The best feedback you get, when delivered constructively, is the most critical because it really feeds into how you lead. I’ve completely reversed my leadership style—the result is so much richer and more powerful when you lead from behind and lead with strength. . Studying in tandem with working, whilst challenging, gave me the perfect platform to directly apply learning concepts into my business environment, the competitive landscape, and the real-estate industry as a whole. When I started the program, I was very happy in my corporate role. But my courage and aspirations grew to the point that I took on a whole new direction. Having my career coach, Joanna, as a sounding board allowed me to really be strategic and get to know myself. She coached me thro ugh all the interviews, the research, and the questions. It went in parallel with what I was doing academically and after six months everything just clicked. . I went into the EMBA knowing I had nothing to lose and I’ve come out with everything. Great strength, global friends, amazing learning, mentors from professors, a job I love, and the knowledge that I can set my mind to achieve anything and with the right support and resources I’ll get there.† . Kashani Wijetunga British, New Zealand Sri Lankan Associate Director Senior Strategy Consultant CBRE EMBA Class of 2019 . â€Å"It was now or never. I knew that I’d have likely stayed in my neighborhood for years to come if I didn’t take this opportunity. I’d not lived or studied outside of the U.S. before. So I left my job as a global strategist at an advertising agency and moved halfway around the world. I’ve come back a more culturally aware, well-versed person. I’ve realized that everything is a learning experience and an opportunity for growth. Ill definitely carry this mindset with me into the future. Technology and social media allow us to be different people in several places at once. Im excited to see how I can establish myself in whatever city Ill be lucky enough to call home and still maintain deep connections with people all over the world. I’m inspired by my classmates every day. Hearing some of their life stories and how getting this degree fits into their greater mission has been very humbling. My biggest challenge has been finding the ‘right’ path for me. There have been rooms Ive felt like I shouldnt be in, but now Im proud to feel as though I truly belong, wherever I am.† . Dwayne Logan, Jnr. American MBA Class of 2019 . â€Å"It was now or never. I knew that I’d have likely stayed in my neighborhood for years to come if I didn’t take this opportunity. I’d not lived or studied outside of the U.S. before. So I left my job as a global strategist at an advertising agency and moved halfway around the world. I’ve come back a more culturally aware, well-versed person. I’ve realized that everything is a learning experience and an opportunity for growth. Ill definitely carry this mindset with me into the future. Technology and social media allow us to be different people in several places at once. Im excited to see how I can establish myself in whatever city Ill be lucky enough to call home and still maintain deep connections with people all over the world. I’m inspired by my classmates every day. Hearing some of their life stories and how getting this degree fits into their greater mission has been very humbling. My biggest challenge has been finding the ‘right’ path for me. There have been rooms Ive felt like I shouldnt be in, but now Im proud to feel as though I truly belong, wherever I am.† . Dwayne Logan, Jnr. American MBA Class of 2019 . Happy New Year, Hultians! . Happy New Year, Hultians! .

Tuesday, May 26, 2020

Sex, Love and Conversation - 1102 Words

Deborah Tannen’s: Sex Lies and Conversation When in a relationship things can be very difficult, like in any other situation there are ups and downs. Deborah Tannen has set out to explain and try to justify the increasing divorce rates in America. Through many social realizations and scientific studies, Tannen is able to make a case on why the divorce rate has increased throughout out the years; Wives believe that their Husbands are no longer listening to them. Women have divorced their husbands more than ever because of communication problems. According to Tannen this is truly not the case overall, it is how men and women have been raised that keep them from being great communicators. Both men and women have their own ways of communicating; ways that they learned was socially acceptable throughout their lives. Men are the prime suspects in communication problem divorces; Tannen has analyzed why and understands the uprising. The main claim in this piece is that men are not lis tening to their wives, leading to divorce or break up’s. Tannen appeal to reasoning in her piece states that ever since growing up males and females have been separated by sex. This is a significant reason behind how men communicate versus how women communicate. According to Tannen â€Å"Bonds between boys’ can be as intense as girls’, but they are based less on talking, more on doing things together.† Men are able to connect to others through activity rather than talking, unlike women who bond betterShow MoreRelatedWomen Were Birds And Unspeakable Things By Laurie Penny1407 Words   |  6 Pagesdifferent and unique. Both touch on similar ideas, but the tone the authors take on are distinctive. Unspeakable Things, a novel by Laurie Penny, abrasively addresses the oppression of gender in society through the lens of girls, boys, sex, the Internet, and love and intimacy. 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Sunday, May 17, 2020

The Collapse of General Motors - 7396 Words

MGX 9660 - International Business Theory and Practice Case n °10: The Collapse of General Motors PHAM Trang (23283300) REBOURG Malcolm (23625678) YAO Aileen (20460996) 1 Table of Contents I - Introduction†¦Ã¢â‚¬ ¦Ã¢â‚¬ ¦..†¦Ã¢â‚¬ ¦Ã¢â‚¬ ¦...†¦Ã¢â‚¬ ¦Ã¢â‚¬ ¦Ã¢â‚¬ ¦Ã¢â‚¬ ¦Ã¢â‚¬ ¦Ã¢â‚¬ ¦Ã¢â‚¬ ¦Ã¢â‚¬ ¦Ã¢â‚¬ ¦Ã¢â‚¬ ¦Ã¢â‚¬ ¦Ã¢â‚¬ ¦Ã¢â‚¬ ¦Ã¢â‚¬ ¦Ã¢â‚¬ ¦.†¦.†¦.p 3 II - What are the internal and external factors that contributed to GM’s decline and eventual bankruptcy protection application?†¦Ã¢â‚¬ ¦Ã¢â‚¬ ¦Ã¢â‚¬ ¦Ã¢â‚¬ ¦Ã¢â‚¬ ¦.....†¦.p 4 ïÆ'Ëœ Internal Factors...†¦Ã¢â‚¬ ¦Ã¢â‚¬ ¦Ã¢â‚¬ ¦.†¦Ã¢â‚¬ ¦..†¦Ã¢â‚¬ ¦Ã¢â‚¬ ¦Ã¢â‚¬ ¦Ã¢â‚¬ ¦Ã¢â‚¬ ¦Ã¢â‚¬ ¦Ã¢â‚¬ ¦Ã¢â‚¬ ¦Ã¢â‚¬ ¦...†¦Ã¢â‚¬ ¦Ã¢â‚¬ ¦.†¦Ã¢â‚¬ ¦Ã¢â‚¬ ¦.†¦p 4 ïÆ'Ëœ Extenal Factors†¦Ã¢â‚¬ ¦Ã¢â‚¬ ¦.†¦..†¦Ã¢â‚¬ ¦Ã¢â‚¬ ¦Ã¢â‚¬ ¦Ã¢â‚¬ ¦Ã¢â‚¬ ¦Ã¢â‚¬ ¦Ã¢â‚¬ ¦Ã¢â‚¬ ¦Ã¢â‚¬ ¦..†¦Ã¢â‚¬ ¦Ã¢â‚¬ ¦.†¦Ã¢â‚¬ ¦Ã¢â‚¬ ¦Ã¢â‚¬ ¦Ã¢â‚¬ ¦Ã¢â‚¬ ¦Ã¢â‚¬ ¦.p 5 III - Discuss the latest stage of the new (smaller) GM†¦Ã¢â‚¬ ¦Ã¢â‚¬ ¦Ã¢â‚¬ ¦Ã¢â‚¬ ¦Ã¢â‚¬ ¦.†¦Ã¢â‚¬ ¦Ã¢â‚¬ ¦...p 6 ïÆ'Ëœ What are the characterisics of the new GM?..†¦Ã¢â‚¬ ¦Ã¢â‚¬ ¦Ã¢â‚¬ ¦Ã¢â‚¬ ¦Ã¢â‚¬ ¦Ã¢â‚¬ ¦Ã¢â‚¬ ¦Ã¢â‚¬ ¦Ã¢â‚¬ ¦Ã¢â‚¬ ¦Ã¢â‚¬ ¦...†¦p 6 ïÆ'Ëœ Some encouraging signs of recovery†¦Ã¢â‚¬ ¦Ã¢â‚¬ ¦Ã¢â‚¬ ¦Ã¢â‚¬ ¦Ã¢â‚¬ ¦Ã¢â‚¬ ¦Ã¢â‚¬ ¦Ã¢â‚¬ ¦Ã¢â‚¬ ¦Ã¢â‚¬ ¦Ã¢â‚¬ ¦Ã¢â‚¬ ¦Ã¢â‚¬ ¦Ã¢â‚¬ ¦....†¦.p 9 ïÆ'Ëœ Threats regarding GM’s trials†¦show more content†¦This heavy burden made the business impossible to sustain in the long run. High cost of internal supplies GM’s decline can also be concluded by the failure of cost cut. As sales decline, variable costs, manufacturing costs and material purchases should also be reduced. However, since GM has significant fixed costs, for instance the pensions and healthcare costs, it has been difficult to do costs cut in a successful way. As a result, the total costs of GM remain much higher than the one of its competitors. Wrong evaluation of customer needs Since 1980, GM has failed to respond to customer preference and needs. This resulted in wrong focus on vehicle types in the U.S. market as customers preferred smaller, cheaper and more efficient cars rather than the bigger vehicle that GM had to offer. However, GM’s profit mainly relies on the sale of SUVs and trucks, which is no more popular and this led to the decline of sales and revenues. In addition, GM’s cars are less fuel efficient compared to its competitors such as Toyota and Honda. This resulted in a decrease of GM sales in Asian and American markets. Furthermore, there is little differentiation among the vehicles produced, so the various customer needs cannot be satisfied and it is more likely for customers to switch to other brands that have better design. 4 External Factors Powerful competitors Toyota, one of GM’s most powerful competitor, hasShow MoreRelatedThe Decline and Collapse of General Motors1053 Words   |  5 PagesThe Decline and Collapse Of General Motors ntroduction General Motors (GM), who once dominated the automobile industry, has now plummeted, almost to the point of extinction. Throughout the 1940’s to the 1970’s General Motors (GM) had dominated the automobile industry. By the 1980’s, GM was suddenly facing a shift in the economy and consumer demands. 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Friday, May 15, 2020

The Mona Lis A Portrait Of A Woman Painted By Leonardo Da...

Montana State University-Billings Analysis of the Mona Lisa Amy Bone Art History 101 Shanna Fliegel November 4, 2014 Bone 1 The Mona Lisa is a portrait of a woman painted by Leonardo Da Vinci between 1503 and 1506. Leonardo Da Vinci was born April 15, 1452 in Vinci, Italy and died May 2, 1519 in Amboise, France. He painted the Mona Lisa using oil on White Lombardy Poplar panel. (â€Å"Mona Lisaâ€Å") The finished size of the Mona Lisa is 30  ¼Ã¢â‚¬  x 21†. He painted the Mona Lisa in Florence, Italy and it is now on display at the Louvre, in Paris, France. No one knows for sure who the woman in the portrait is. The woman is believed to be Lisa Del Giocondo, the wife of a silk merchant, but it has also been rumored to be a painting of a man dressed in drag. The Mona Lisa is a painting of a woman who appears to be sitting. She has a half smile which gives her a serene appearance, folded hands, and eyes that look just to the side and appear to follow you. In addition, the position of her hands and the highlighting of her breast and brow, in line with the rest of her body form a perfect pyramid shape. There is a beautiful landscape behind her with hills, water and a dirt path. The use of color in this painting is very subdued and dark as opposed to bright and vibrant. The colors of the landscape and face are lighter than the dark colors used for the body and hair of the Mona Lisa. The lines in this painting seem oblique rather than sharp and defining. The

Wednesday, May 6, 2020

Nestle s Marketing Strategies For Nestle - 1091 Words

Nestle S.A. is a Swiss food and drink company. It has been the world’s largest food company measured by the revenues and other metrics, for the years 2014, 2015, and 2016. Nestle was ranked 72 on the Fortune Global 500 in 2014 and it was ranked 33 on the 2016 edition of the Forbes Global 2000 list of largest public companies. Nestle s products include baby food, medical food, breakfast cereals, tea and coffee, confectionery, bottled water, dairy products, ice cream, pet foods, snacks and frozen foods. Twenty-nine brands of Nestle have annual sales of US$1.1 billion which includes Nespresso, Nescafà ©, Kit Kat, Smarties, Vittel, Maggi, Nesquik and Stouffer s. Nestle has 447 factories and it operates in 194 countries. Nestle employs around†¦show more content†¦In 1882 Anglo-Swiss ventured into US, but the death of George Page changed the plan. In 1902, it sold its US-based operations, which paves the way for an eventual merger with Nestlà ©. Nestle started selling chocolate for the first time when it takes over export sales for Peter Kohler. Henri Nestle played an important role in the development of milk chocolate from 1875, by supplying his neighbor Daniel Peter with condensed milk, which later helped in developing the first commercial product in the 1880s. Marketing Mix of Nestle Products There are 4 distinctive vital business units within Nestle which are used to manage different food products. a) Beverages – Nestlà © wants to brew up interest in one of its oldest brands which is Nescafà © instant coffee (Revill, 2014). Nescafe is one of the well-known coffee brands and it belongs to the house of Nestle and is one of the major source of revenue for Nestle. Nestle has a worldwide distribution and has a wide range of variants. 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Review and Critique of Gender in Cross-Cultural...

Review and Critique of: Gender in Cross-Cultural Perspective A book by Caroline Bretell Carolyn Sargent By Introduction In this book the focus is on how gender is constructed around the world. The book demonstrated many different areas in which women either ruled or ruled together with man. It leaves people with hope that the world is capable of an equalitarianism society. Many topics in the field of anthropology of gender are covered. The authors feature not only information from classic sources but also include recent literature from around the world. This book gives readers an awareness and understanding of the sociology of†¦show more content†¦The women are actually so scared to be alone with a man that this tradition is not questioned. This tradition is considered the most important event in a girls life, if there is blood on the cloth it will no longer matter what anyone may say about the girl. It is also important because the girls virginity is inseparable from her familys honor. This tradition also speaks to the honor of the mans family. If the man acts quickly and unafraid he will be praised. The author states Given this group investment in the brides virginity, the central rite of the wedding becomes a drama of suspense and relief that must powerfully shape peoples experiences of sexuality as something that belongs to the many, and especially to ones family. This article clearly shows how culture can shape sexuality which in turns shapes gender identity. It is evident that the mans virginity was not of any concern, demonstrating a double standard. Men are given more liberties in this community. However with such stake riding on their own virginity women are in a since forced to comply. It is clear by the above articles alone that the authors of the book have explored and included a wide range of information exploring gender studies from many perspectives including an anthropological one. Cross-Culturally Comparing Gender Issues Brittell and Sargent set out to explore

Decision Making Analysis for Renovate Library- myassignmenthelp

Question: Discuss about theDecision Making Analysis for Renovate Central Library. Answer: Introduction The role of decision making holds an integral part in aligning the appropriate formation of the operations for the deployment of the functions. The decision making is very helpful for aligning the appropriate and successive formation of the alignment methods (Heyler et al., 2016). We were able to understand the application of the decision making and apply it for our decision making situation. The support and integration of the decision making would allow the formation of the improvement of the operations. The decision making had been classified in two types namely individual and team decision (Azadnia, Saman Wong, 2015). When a sole person is responsible for making the decisions, it is termed as individual decision. However, if all members of the team have a role in taking the decision or equal right for decision making, it is termed team decision. The following assignment is made for analysing the case study of Renovation of Central Library and applying effective decision making process for the scenario of introduction of kids section in the organization. The decision for the renovation of the central library and application of the kids section is helpful for the deployment of the improved operations. The various decision taking models are helpful for aligning with the formation of the supplementary development of the improved operations. The assignment is divided into three parts namely analysis of situation for decision making, decision making practices, and application of decision making practice to the scenario selected. Analysis of Situation for Decision Making Our project of Renovation of Central Library was based on use of technology and construction project management principles so that we could renovate the library in a more convenient form. The renovation would also allow the formation of the activities that are capable for listing the modification of the successive integration model. The deployment of the activities is aligned for the modification of the improved functional analysis. The decision making is helpful for aligning with the operational development of the activities (Heyler et al., 2016). The organization is largely helpful for considering the magnitude of the improved development models. The supportive and inclusive development had helped in forming the combination of the operational development. We have to take many decisions while carrying out the project of renovation of the central library. Our first consideration for which we had to make decision was whether we needed to upgrade our computers. It was an evident for us that if we want to improve our communication, data storage management, and stock management we have to upgrade our computers (Azadnia, Saman Wong, 2015). Similarly, we have to take many other decisions such as which new books do we need to introduce, what new furniture should be bring for better infrastructure, kids section should be applied or not, and what other appliances do we need to add. All these decisions must be taken for ensuring that the right amount of operations is taken place. The involvement of the function is aligned for listing the development of the supportive and effective deployment of the operations (Block et al., 2016). The decision taking situation that we need to consider is the probability of introduction of the kids section. Decision Making Practices According to Barr (2014), there are several practices that one must abide for taking effective decisions in the project. The decision makings are helpful for ensuring that all the factors are analysed before taking any individual step for decision making process. The decision making is helpful for carrying out the operations and align the improved communication in the organization. These several practices have been in use and they have been implied for improved communication management. The decision making processes are applied for the formation of the improved communication and management. The study of literature by Conrado et al. (2016) had helped us in understanding the concept of decision making for the alignment of the operations. The decision that we need to take must be clearly defined by the alignment of the successive and intrigued development model. The improved decision making is helpful for forming the development of the successive management process. Schapira et al. (2016), have pointed out that the integration of the operations is helpful for listing the management of the activities and aligning the formation of the decision criteria. The viability of the decision criteria is helpful for setting specific decision making approach for the deployment of the improved functional analysis. The preparation of the operations is helpful for the deployment of the improved system development. According to Snyder and Diesing (2015), the preparation of the functions are aligned with the effective decision making process (unilateral, consultant, team agreement, expert, or consensus). The sharing of the information is aligned with the deployment of the operations for the consideration of the successful integration operations. The facilitation of the navigation for the deployment of the decision is also required. As stated by Azar, Bouaynaya and Polikar, (2015), the practice involves the formation of the analysis of the enterprise and getting t o know about the operations. The acknowledgement of the enterprise operations are helpful for settling with the formation of the supportive deployment of the improvement of the operations. The inclusion of the operations is deployed for the formation of the inclusion methods (Karimi, Papamichail Holland, 2015). We need to keep up with our commitments for developing the operations for effective renovation of the central library. Application of Decision Making Practice to the Scenario Selected The key decision making practices are defining the decision to be taken, establishment of the decision criteria, determination of the specific decision making process (unilateral, consultant, team agreement, expert, or consensus), preparation for the process, and navigation to the achievement of the decision (Snyder Diesing, 2015). We applied the same process for taking the decision for the development of the decision making process. The decision making is helpful for the formation of the improved functional operations. The key decision making is helpful for carrying out the analysis of the key decision making process. The decision making is helpful for listing the management of the success deployment and analysis. The key decision making is helpful for implying the alignment of the decision making (Droutman, Bechara Read, 2015). We at first analysed the scenario of introduction of the kids section in central library. It helped us to form the understanding of the key decision makin g process. The analysis had helped in understanding the deployment of the successive and intrigued development model. After this, we shift to the next activity of establishing criteria for decision making. The criteria developed in helpful for aligning the formation of the decision for the introduction of the kids section. We analysed the situation and came forward with the main criteria for analysis of the scenario for renovation. The involvement of the functions is aligned for listing the development of the supportive and effective deployment of the operations (Pettigrew, 2014). The decision taking situation that we need to consider was the probability of introduction of the kids section and hence, we had to form the consideration for the deployment of the successive and intrigued action development. We selected the process of team agreement for taking the decision of the project. However, we needed to integrate the deployment of the operations for decision making with the help of practices. The preparation of the process is helpful for analysing the existing information and developing a sound pra ctice for the final project deliverable. The practical application of the theory would consume some amount of the improved analysis method. The acknowledgement of the enterprise operations are helpful for settling with the formation of the supportive deployment of the improvement of the operations (Alarcon et al., 2014). We need to keep up with our commitments for developing the operations for effective renovation of the central library. Conclusion It can be concluded from the report that decision making is a very crucial factor for the completion of the project. Our project of renovation of the central library is helpful for the formation of the successive and intrigued development factor. The alignment of the operations had helped in forming the successive consideration of the intrigued deployment model. The study of the various practices in decision making had considered the formation of the appropriate decision for the introduction of the kids section. The effective decision making had been implied for our project of renovation of the building. The building development had been successful for carving the management of the simple and yet effective operation. 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