Lee Not really the HR manager said it is time to develop Coach How do you think

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Lee: Not really, the HR manager said it is time to develop. Coach: How do you think about your role in your team? Lee: I think I could be the top of few in my team. Coach: Why? Lee: My error Rate is low; speed of delivery and sales target achievement story is better than others. Coach: But it is well below the performance target. Lee: Oh, I know... Coach: what do you think is the reason? Lee: I think, because I do not have no any experience before in this field. And I was not able to participate in training programming due to work pressure. Coach: Do you think you need any training? Or anything else? Lee: Training please. I think training will help me a lot to understand better about my job and responsibility, and it allow me to deliver to the customers accordingly. Coach: So, which one you prefer, job training or formal training? Lee: Job training please. Coach: Ok, training will be arranged for you at the first working day of the next month. Lee: Thank you so much! Question 4 a. a description of budgetary and financial performance
Australian Ideal College RTO No.: 91679 CRICOS Provider Code: 03053G ABN: 15 126 592 756 Sydney Campus: Level 7 & 8, 75 King St, Sydney NSW 2000 Adelaide Campus: Level 3, 21-23 Rundle Mall, Adelaide SA 5000 Hobart Campus: Ground Floor, 116 Murray St, Hobart TAS 7000 Tel: +61-2-9262 2968 Fax: +61-2-9262 2938 Email: [email protected] Website: Page 48 of 57 AIC-UP- BSBMGT517–V3.0 Page 48 of 57 Educating for Excellence A budget is the financial description of an action plan outlining how you will use your money, based on knowledge and assumptions against which you will measure your actual performance. It is important to be honest about what you can manage in income and expenditure, so that you develop a realistic budget that helps you weather the unexpected throughout the year. Riz Mehra, Chief Financial Officer is responsible for preparing quarterly financial statements and overall budgeting. Riz is also responsible for overseeing budgets for cost centres and individual projects. b. a description of productivity performance To economists, productivity is the efficiency with which firms, organizations, industry, and the economy as a whole, convert inputs (labor, capital, and raw materials) into output. Productivity grows when output grows faster than inputs, which makes the existing inputs more productively efficient. Productivity does not reflect how much we value the outputs — it only measures how efficiently we use our resources to produce them. Sam Lee, Marketing Manager is responsible for the management of all aspects activities of marketing. Kim Chen, Operations General Manage is responsible for the day-to-day running of the company and responsible for sponsoring projects that affect operations of the organisation as a whole. c. an analysis of milestone achievement and performance against targets The Sales and Marketing Manager has been tracking progress against the following by key performance indicators (KPIs).

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