1) Secret Pay Plan
Pros or benefits of using secret pay plan.
It benefits the company of saving cost by which, if new recruits of employees do not
request for a higher starting pay without knowing what other new recruits are getting
saves the company
Alvin Wong Wai Soon | 6920277 | MGMT 340.006 | Project 1
Patagonia Case Study
1.1 Which checklist ingredients would you value most as an employee? Which would you value
least? Do some suggestions seem debatable? Which checklist ingredients would you value
1) A) Oakes gets a 10% raise in her salary which is $4800.00 because she a high performer but low
in organization commitment due to the fact that she is thinking of leaving the company. Based
on her bio, she is the companys lone wolf and we have to give h
Case Questions ch 3
1. What qualities might Jim possess that would make him a successful project manager?
In order for Jim to be successful as a PM, he need to possess: negotiation skills, time
management, leadership skills, conflict
Petries' Electronics Cases Ch 8
1. Using the guidelines from this chapter and other sources, evaluate the usability of the page design
depicted in PE Figure 8-1.
The page is an average design, but the page is very navigable. There are two different langua
Imagine the worst possible reports from a system. What is wrong with them? List as many problems as you can. What
are the consequences of such reports? What could go wrong as a result? How does the prototyping process help guard
against each problem?
Petrie's Electronics Case, Chapter 7, Questions 2, 3, and 4
2. Again, review the DFDs you developed for the Petries Electronics case (or
those given to you by your instructor). Use these DFDs to identify the
attributes of each of the six entities listed i
Name: Kaleb Merck
Week 4: Career and Company Research
Template and Grading Rubric
This document contains the template you will use to complete this assignment. Save the file by adding
your last name to the filename (e.g. Week4_Career_Company_Research_Temp
Problems and Exercises
5. Consider the E-R diagram in Figure 7-20. Based on this E-R diagram, answer the following
a). How many EMPLOYEES can work on a project?
The amount of employees that can work on a project would be one-to-many employees
1. What do you think are the sources of the information Jim and his team
collected? How do you think they collected all of that information?
As stated, Jim and team collected information internally through interviewing groups
of key stakeholders