Discuss the specific challenges of managing a small enterprise.
Identify the features that all successful small companies share and suggest a course of action for a small business founder that can increase the likelihood of success.
Choose the leadership training approach that you consider to be the most efficient. Discuss the use of such a powerful marketing instrument as “word-of-mouth” is in the digital era.
Point out the key opportunities and challenges for companies.
Find out which of these practices are most efficient today and why.
Identify primary ethics concerns in a specific industry and the means companies can use to address them.Identify the main advantages and disadvantages of this form of collaboration for both parties and for the public.Suggest the ways to make public partnerships more transparent and efficient.Assess the positive effects from their implementation (e. increased productivity, job satisfaction, and loyalty) and possible problems.Discuss whether governmental regulation of workplace diversity does more good or bad.Sometimes, the data is falsified to strengthen the positions of certain companies among the others, so be sure that you use the figures of the unbiased side. The histories of great companies and biographies of their owners are written so thoroughly that it would be a great challenge to add something to them.But if you try and make a research about not so great, but unusual or very promising business, you may draw attention of your audience to it and show them that business continues its development and something new equally big can still emerge from a simple good idea, good realization, and good management.Alternatively, you may compare business ethics laws in different countries, or investigate the reasons that corporate ethics policies do not work and offer ways for improvement.Explore the history of partnerships between the government and private companies in your state.Review the theoretical basis of performance-based pay.Discuss main methods of linking employee payments to their performance.