Assignment 2: Mini-Management Plan In the second assignment, students will complete a mini-management plan that demonstrates how an organization operates on a day-to-day basis as well as over the long run. This assignment helps students develop the skills necessary to assess a management situation and to write a report based on the findings A management plan is a report that includes numerous sections that cover various aspects of the business. Outcome Met by Completing This Assignment: integrate management theories and principles into management practices employ effective planning processes to develop strategies, goals, and objectives in order to enhance performance and sustainability organize human, physical, and financial resources for the effective and efficient attainment of organizational goals identify the essential characteristics of decision making and indicate the range and types of decisions a manager makes Instructions: In this assignment, students will take the role of the Vice President of Operation creating a mini-management plan that focuses on those aspects of the business related to planning and organizing.
As Vice President of Operations, Joseph Jackson, the leader of Cyber Software, Inc., has asked you to help him solve his organizational problems. This mini-management plan is a professionally written document that will be given to Joseph Jackson. In writing the plan, you must use the terminology learned in the course. Since Joe Jackson is quite knowledgeable, you are not defining terms using a dictionary but you will explain and describe concepts and ideas so Joseph Jackson understands what you mean, why the ideas are important to the business and how to implement the proposed plan. The plan is not one in which the Vice President of Operations tells Joseph Jackson that he should do this or do that or he needs to or will do this or do that but one that is presented in an action-oriented manner. Students are expected to make connections between the facts of the case study and concepts, theories, and ideas presented in the course readings.