Assignment: Drafting a Process Evaluation

After reading the article, “Bigger Winners and Losers in Franchising”, by Dr. Ben Litalien at Forbes.com, complete the following questions;Do you believe that the way consumers currently make purchase decisions has changed with the increased prevalence of Social Media?  Please explainGiven an increased availability of alternatives, please describe the process that you use to determine if a product or service is worthy of your consideration.Based on your answers in the questions above, how do you think that successful franchise systems will navigate the change in the way consumers make purchase decisions?What recommendations would you offer to franchise systems to increase the likelihood of success?By submitting this paper, you agree: (1) that you are submitting your paper to be used and stored as part of the SafeAssign™ services in accordance with the Blackboard Privacy Policy; (2) that your institution may use your paper in accordance with your institution’s policies; and (3) that your use of SafeAssign will be without recourse against Blackboard Inc. and its affiliates.  1 page assignment[supanova_question] 1-2 cruz  reference book  Heneman, H., Judge, T. & Kammeyer-Mueller. (2018). Staffing Organizations (9th ed.). McGraw-Hill.  reply to the students response in 150 words minimum and provide 1 referencequestion Chapter One covers staffing models and strategies. Comment on one of the models (Exhibit 1.3, 1.4 or 1.5)Student response I found that the information relating to staffing quality: person/job match is especially important when trying to find the right person for a position.  The goal of this model is to match an applicantapost1234s knowledge, skills, and abilities to certain jobs not only to ensure the success of the organization but that of the individual as well.  For this reason, job requirements need to be matched with the knowledge, skills, and abilities required to succeed in the position.  There are certain positions that require more of employees, such as those that require employees to travel. In my organization there are many departments that require employees to work evenings, nights and weekends.  By utilizing this staffing model during the hiring process, many applicants can be eliminated if they are unwilling to begin in departments requiring shift work or weekends.  Additionally, applicants needs to have knowledge of the City, customer service skills and the ability to adapt to changing work environments. [supanova_question]1-2 page writing assignment PurposeIn class this week, we discussed public opinion, including the evaluation of public opinion polls. As we discussed, critically evaluating and analyzing poll results is part of being a savvy and responsible media consumer. This optional extra credit assignment will give you the chance to practice the skills we discussed in class. Task1. Find an example of a relatively recent* public opinion poll related to politics (*within the last 2 years or so). 2. Evaluate the poll using the criteria we discussed in class. Who conducted the poll?Who is the poll about? How were the questions worded?When was the poll conducted?How were the interviews conducted? 3. Submit your responses (and a link to the poll you used) here as either a PDF or Word document.NOTE: Your poll can come from any kind of news source, firm, or organization and can either be an example of good or bad polling, but you’ll need to evaluate it as such (e.g. if it’s a bad use of polling, explain what they did wrong and how it could be improved). Criteria This extra credit will be graded based on how complete and accurate your responses are. To receive full credit, aim for at least a few sentences per metric. Be sure to proofread before submitting to make sure your responses are relatively free of grammar, spelling, or syntax errors. [supanova_question]

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Assignment Drafting a Process Evaluation

Assignment Drafting a Process Evaluation.

The steps for process evaluation outlined by Bliss and Emshoff (2002) may seem very similar to those for conducting other types of evaluation that you have learned about in this course; in fact, it is the purpose and timing of a process evaluation that most distinguish it from other types of evaluation. A process evaluation is conducted during the implementation of the program to evaluate whether the program has been implemented as intended and how the delivery of a program can be improved. A process evaluation can also be useful in supporting an outcome evaluation by helping to determine the reason behind program outcomes.

There are several reasons for conducting process evaluation throughout the implementation of a program. Chief among them is to compare the program that is being delivered to the original program plan, in order to identify gaps and make improvements. Therefore, documentation from the planning stage may prove useful when planning a process evaluation.

For this Assignment, you either build on the work that you completed in Weeks 6, 7, and 8 related to a support group for caregivers, or on your knowledge about a program with which you are familiar. Review the resource “Workbook for Designing a Process Evaluation”.

Submit a 4- to 5-page plan for a process evaluation. Include the following minimal information: A description of the key program elements A description of the strategies that the program uses to produce change A description of the needs of the target population An explanation of why a process evaluation is important for the program A plan for building relationships with the staff and management Broad questions to be answered by the process evaluation Specific questions to be answered by the process evaluation A plan for gathering and analyzing the information

Assignment Drafting a Process Evaluation

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