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NickThread:Newill Question 28Post:RE: Newill Question 28Author:Posted Date:December 8, 2015 11:36 PMStatus:Published(Post is Read)Nick,I can see where that would cause the opposite effect of what the sales team wastrying to do. Promising something that can't be delivered is worse than offeringslower service. Thank you for sharing your experience, I feel we can all learnfrom them.LinLinda NewillThread:Newill Question 28Post:RE: Newill Question 28Author:Posted Date:December 9, 2015 10:51 PMStatus:PublishedHi Linda,Thanks for sharing the examples from your personal experiences. In yourexample at Roseman University, it does seem evident that each of thedepartments worked together to recruit new students. From my past workexperience, I can think of several workplace instances that come to mind inwhich each of the departments worked well together. Shortly after graduatingfrom high school, I obtained my CNA (Certified Nursing Assistant) certificateJenna Buettner
2/21/2016Collection – MBA675T303 Operations & Logistics in the (...;30/30(Post is Read)and went to work at our local nursing home. Each of the departments inside ofthe nursing home worked to provide the best possible patient care, which wasthe main goal of the facility. The various departments included Nursing,Dietary, Housekeeping, Maintenance, Laundry, and Administrative. If thedepartments were to not work together, issues would likely arise. Statesurveyors visit such health care facilities regularly, to ensure the facility ismeeting requirements, including requirements pertaining to patient care. Thestate surveyors would likely discover any potential issues caused by problemsbetween the various departments.Jenna←OK