How stakeholder theory linked with Corporate social resoponisiblty IN TESCO

In 250 words write how stakeholder theory linked with Corporate social resoponisiblty IN TESCO. With CRITICAL THINKING showing in your writting
you should inculde the application of tesco to CSR AND Stakeholder theory
And the writting should show critical thinking of the writter
(((USE HARVARD STYLE OF REFRENCE)))
YOU writting should shows critical thinking on the topic

job analysis techniques

1-This week, I’d like to hear from you what techniques are out there to develop a good JA, specifically how does HR go about developing a JA and what legal implications are there that they need to watch out for.
2- Class, open your textbook, start digging and doing some research – assume when you answer this question that you are HR, and you’re been tasked with asking *questions* to either create or update a Job Analysis (JA), what type of questions should you ask and why?
3-Let’s start with the various job analysis techniques. What factors affect the job analysis method chosen by an employer? Would an employer’s unique business type and environment affect the method chosen? How?
4-What issues can affect the accuracy of a KSA collection?
5-How can these be overcome? Are there special issues or concerns when it comes to discovering the employee behaviors that are required in the position?
6-Class -what specific interview questions would you ask a candidate applying for a waiter job – that will give you some insight into the needed KSAs for a waiter (see list below)? I would like to see 2-3 interview questions you develop using the KSAs below for the waiter position. Let’s get creative and have fun – remember your employment law as well (questions to avoid asking)!

The Real World of Management

Kurt Lewin proposed that “there is nothing so practical as a good theory” (Lewin 1951).
It is with this in mind that the purpose of this module is to critically explore and evaluate academic theories and concepts within a real world context.
This will be accomplished by the on-going development of a critical e-portfolio in which you compare, contrast and critically evaluate the potential linkages, tensions and contradictions between a chosen academic conceptual framework and its lived experience.
Ideally your portfolio should draw on your own primary research in terms of people’s views, experience and stories and a range of appropriate academic literature. Secondary research can also be used to support and enhance the discussion.
This e-portfolio will be developed using Mahara (through Moodle), and should include approximately 3,000 words of critical commentary.
Developing the portfolio
The portfolio should be designed to critically explore concepts in the real world of management and organisations.
As discussed in class sessions, students will be required to develop an initial focus drawing from concepts discussed and confirmed in the early class sessions. An example table of concepts is given on the following page.
• On an ongoing basis gather and upload appropriate evidence-for example: media files, photographs, web links, video clips, text downloads, to support your analysis and evaluation of the concept(s), emerging themes and their application to the real world of management and organisations.
• Integrate critical commentary (i.e. text boxes etc.) to develop your analysis and evaluation.
• You are encouraged to use opportunities within class discussions to share ideas on the development of the portfolio
• Additionally you are strongly encouraged to participate in the Moodle forums to share your research, and enhance opportunities
• The portfolio offers opportunities to adopt creative and innovative approaches for presenting evidence and the overall portfolio.
• Views that form part of your final e- portfolio need to be made accessible to both contact tutors.
Referencing Requirements:
• Module reading list
• Electronic resources available through Kenrick Library e.g. ABI, MyiLibrary http://library.bcu.ac.uk/
• Google Scholar
• There is a wealth of information available via the internet-however, in the spirit of the module you should consider how do you use this material in a more critical manner.
the following is the module reading list:
Use of learning resources and guided reading will be discussed as part of the introduction to the module and will also be highlighted at appropriate stages within individual class sessions.
Arnold, J. et al (2015) Work Psychology. Understanding Human Behaviour in the Workplace. Harlow, FT Prentice Hall
Baron, R, Kerr, N. (2015) Group Process, Group Decision, Group Action. Maidenhead. Open University Press.
Brooks, I. (2013) Organisational Behaviour: Individuals, Groups and Organisation. Harlow. FT Prentice Hall.
Douglas, T. (1995). Survival in Groups. OU Press
Fineman, S ed. (2008). Emotional Organisation; the Passions and the Power. Blackwell. Available electronically through MyiLibrary – BCU Library.
Fineman, S, (2013). Understanding Emotion at Work. London. Sage
Fineman, S. Gabriel, Y. (1996). Experiencing Organisations. London. Sage
Moon, J. (2018). Critical Thinking. An Exploration of Theory and Practice. Abingdon. Routledge
Moon, J. (2016). Learning Journals. A Handbook for Reflective Practice and Professional Development. London. Routledge.
Pedler, M., Burgoyne, J & Boydell, T. (2001). A Manager’s Guide to Self Development. McGraw-Hill.
Schein, E. (1988). Organizational Psychology. Englewood Cliffs. Prentice Hall

impacts of colonization on hauora for Maori and Australian aborigine.

Analyse and explain the impacts of colonization on hauora for Maori and Australian aborigine.

The coursework is about analysing and explaining the impacts of colonization on hauora for Maori and Australian aborigine.There are two main tasks written in the file.These two tasks have to be answered properly with its detailed descriptions.
The file of the detailed coursework requirement content has already been uploaded to the link below. Please check.Thank you.
http://www.sendspace.com/file/c2usml

GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS (GIS)

This is a final exam paper, two essay questions,
you have to read the two attached resources, they should be enough to answer the questions but you might use other resources as needed, the deadline for this order is on March 19th 9am SHARP, no extension please.
4 pages as :
first question : 1.5 pages
2nd question : 2.5 pages
please let me know if you would be able to do it??
for 1st question, my major is civil engineering, you can search google for how to use GIS in Civil engineering projects??

World Economy

Is the World Economy becoming more globalized, more internationalised, more westernised or more neoliberal? Discuss

The discussion should draw on the views of radicals, sceptics and pragmatics regarding the factors promoting the existence of economic globalisation as a new phenomenon, different from internationalization, westernization, liberalism or cultural convergence.
Key authors: HIRST & THOMPSON, SCHOLTE (BOTH IN THE READING PACKAGE.) OHMAE, DICKEN

Renzo Piano’s form of high-tech architecture

CHAPTER 1: HI-TECH
1)Define Hi-tech overall-250 words
2)High-tech in 1960(ish)
a.How did it come about? Context
i.Crisis in modernism
ii.People looking for other options (i.e some go post modernism, some revisit the principles of modernism)
b.Return to/re-interpretation of Modernism
i.functionalism;rationalism
ii.machine aesthetic;technology important
c.Hi-tech practitioners’ views
i.example views
ii.example views example view (ex: Rogers,Foster, etc.)
iii.example views
iv.overlap of views
3)High tech more recently(since 2000)
a.How the context has changed/stayed same
i.sustainability becomes a key issue
ii.link between machine aesthetic/technology/sustainability
– ideas that link
-materials (examples)
b.views
i. ii. iii. iv. overlap as above in 2)c. = example view
CHAPTER 2: RENZO PIANO
1)Small bit of background
2)His views on High-tech
a.1960-ish
b.now-ish
CHAPTER 3: CASE STUDY – CENTRE POMPIDOU,PARIS
1)commission- why/where/for whom/etc. ?
2)ideas behind it
3)Analysis of building
-as you discuss the buildings features, relate this to high-tech (chapter 1)+ Pianos views( chapter 2)
CHAPTER 4: CASE STUDY – THE SHARD,LONDON
1)commission- why/where/for whom/etc. ?
2)ideas behind it
3)Analysis of building
-as you discuss the buildings features, relate this to high-tech (chapter 1)+ Pianos views( chapter 2)
CHAPTER 5: CONCLUSION
Discuss the differences and similarities between two case studies; the pompidou and the shard according to hi-tech in the past and the present
AS I HAVE TO PROVE THAT I AM STUDYING ON MY DISSERTATION, I WANT TO HAVE AT LEAST 2 CHAPTERS FOR TOMORROW (19th march wednesday) TO SHOW MY TUTOR!!
Referencing Requirements:
books: 6 sources. specific 1: Jencks+Kropf,Theories and Manifestoes of Contemporary
Architecture.
specific 2: Pizzi Emilio,Renzo Piano
specific3: Jencks Charles,Modern Movements in Architecture
articles: 5 sources.
internet: 3 sources.
video: 3 sources. (2 of them can be an interview) PLEASE NOTE DOWN THE PRIMARY AND SECONDARY SOURCES SEPARATELY IN THE BIBLIOGRAPHY

Analysis and Control of Production Costs

In producing an estimate the contractor’s estimator will use a variety of sources of information to ensure that the estimate of cost is as realistic as possible.
Discuss, using examples, the sources of cost data that could be available to assist in producing a cost estimate at tender stage
Your assignment should not exceed 1500 words.
Marking Scheme
Identification of sources of cost data – 20%
Discussion of sources of cost data – 50%
Use of examples – 20%
Presentation and referencing – 10%

Foundations of Freedom

Structured questions
1. Examine two ways by which the British constitution protects its citizens.( your answer must include relevant theoretical views of freedom ) 800 words
2. explain how EU membership provides UK citizens with additional personal freedom. 600 words
you can go over word count by 15% if something

Introduction to Political Concept

essay should be based on those 3 questions
1. Explain why democratic states like the UK plase such importance upon the principle of the separation of powers.
2. Explain the view that the Prime Minister has power and authority whilst Parlament has sovereignty .
3. Critically compare three democratic features of the British and American system of Gowernment.