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Next, think about a program you know (a program that you have worked for or participated in, know something about, or just plain made up). Using the knowledge and skills you learned in this course, describe how you would go about using scientific methods to evaluate the effectiveness of that program, Make sure you describe the goals of your program and how you would design an outcomes evaluation where you collect and analyze data to evaluate whether the program is achieving its intended objectives or goals.[supanova_question]

Sample Paper

Next, think about a program you know (a program that you have worked for or participated in, know something about, or just plain made up). Using the knowledge and skills you learned in this course, describe how you would go about using scientific methods to evaluate the effectiveness of that program, Make sure you describe the goals of your program and how you would design an outcomes evaluation where you collect and analyze data to evaluate whether the program is achieving its intended objectives or goals.[supanova_question]

Sample Paper

Next, think about a program you know (a program that you have worked for or participated in, know something about, or just plain made up). Using the knowledge and skills you learned in this course, describe how you would go about using scientific methods to evaluate the effectiveness of that program, Make sure you describe the goals of your program and how you would design an outcomes evaluation where you collect and analyze data to evaluate whether the program is achieving its intended objectives or goals.[supanova_question]

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Writing Assignment Help Next, think about a program you know (a program that you have worked for or participated in, know something about, or just plain made up). Using the knowledge and skills you learned in this course, describe how you would go about using scientific methods to evaluate the effectiveness of that program, Make sure you describe the goals of your program and how you would design an outcomes evaluation where you collect and analyze data to evaluate whether the program is achieving its intended objectives or goals. [supanova_question]

1. Explain how a business might become more efficient by following the

1. Explain how a business might become more efficient by following the five principles of Taylor’s Scientific Management Theory. You should demonstrate the benefits of Taylorism by supporting your answer with an example of a current business which successfully applies his theory. 

2. Explain why ‘Motivator’ and ‘Hygiene’ factors might be considered relevant by an organisation. You should support your answer by giving an example of how both factors are used.

???Minimum word count for each answer 300 words. Maximum word count for each answer 600 words

Advice??Taylorism – what were Taylor’s ideas? – what are the elements of his Scientific Management Theory?  What were the criticisms of Taylorism at the time? What were the advantages of his ideas? How did Henry Ford follow his ideas? Is Taylorism still popular today? Make sure you can support an answer with examples – Consider McDonaldization.  (These are ideas around the topic of Taylorism, and you must be able to address any of the points.)     

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McDonaldization?The current McDonald’s business operation incorporates Taylor’s scientific management principles, which are: a system to reward employees for achieving goals and objectives, science education for employees, and consistent work methods for completing each task.Taylor said that if workers are not encouraged to put in more effort, it can lead to frustration and low productivity.McDonald’s uses competitive wage and promotion programs to recognize and reward hard work.Rewards come in many forms — from a simple “well done!From managers or more widely known forms such as “employee of the month”.The second principle McDonald’s uses is professional training for its employees.In 1961, McDonald’s went even further when it established the University of Hamburg in a 130,000-square-foot state-of-the-art facility on the McDonald’s Department of the Interior campus in Oak Brook, where 30 resident professors conduct management training and offer workers courses in operational development, equipment familiarity practices, and interpersonal skills.Finally, McDonald’s developed uniform methods for each worker to perform their individual tasks.McDonald’s has developed a series of thorough and precise procedures to ensure that the food they deliver to customers is of the same high quality in every chain or franchise.For example, the layout of equipment and machines is measured and calculated to maximize efficiency and is very similar at each outlet.Surely, however, the most obvious demonstration of the use of standard methods is in the food production line.The ingredients that make up the burger are carefully laid out for workers to reduce extra time spent overexercising.This applies not only to the production of goods, but also to the line of services.McDonald’s forces its employees to follow a strict script when talking to customers or serving them.The application of scientific management to all aspects of restaurant operations is undoubtedly one of the key factors to the widespread success of McDonald’s.

McDonald’s.?

Advice?Herzberg- two factor theory. What is meant by Motivator and Hygiene Factors? How might they be followed in the workplace? What are their limitations? Always give examples. 

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Please be use the temlate and refer to the rubric .  The articles must not be older than 5 years

Please be use the temlate and refer to the rubric .  The articles must not be older than 5 years and the critique should be at least 750 words.[supanova_question]

Discussion Question In this course, each of you will be developing a

Discussion Question

In this course, each of you will be developing a research proposal. Our focus this week is to identify a problem specific to your role option that is amenable to an innovative solution.

Based on your specialty role option (i.e., Nurse Practitioner, Nurse Educator, Nurse Informaticist, Nurse Administrator), identify a potential problem (topic) that you would like to investigate through nursing research. Begin by reading the American Association of Colleges of Nursing’s (AACN) position statement on nursing research (Nursing Research).

Next explore South’s Online Library and conduct a search to locate a minimum of three nursing research articles that have addressed the problem you have identified. The literature may not be older than 5 years. After reading the literature respond to the following:

Note your role specialization and briefly describe the problem you are interested in researching and why this is of interest to you.

Discuss your library search strategies and briefly summarize the literature you reviewed. Focus your discussion on the “problem” and how the literature you identified provides evidence of the existence of the problem.

Include in your discussion a potential innovation that you might consider as a solution to the problem identified.

My role specialization is as a Family Nurse Practitioner, I currently work as a registered nurse in a hospital environment with patients who have a variety of heart conditions. Most of my patients with heart failure have extended hospital stays and readmissions. I am interested in learning more about this process because it appears that I have met people with heart failure at various phases of their lives. They have no understanding how the illness process affects their lives in many ways.

I was searching in the library and databases using keywords such as heart failure, patients prolonged hospital stays and readmissions due to heart failure patients who suffer from several types of heart problems and associated topics related to the heart failure issues. From my research I found out that according to US epidemiological studies, 5.1 million people (about twice the population of Mississippi) in the United States have clinically evident heart failure, and the prevalence continues to rise. Over the last few decades, the incidence of heart failure has remained constant, with more than 650,000 new cases of heart failure diagnosed each year. Heart failure is a complicated medical condition in which the heart is unable to pump enough blood to satisfy the body’s needs. Heart failure (HF) is a clinical condition characterized by anatomical and functional abnormalities in the myocardium resulting in impairment of ventricular filling or the ejection of blood.

Complex management, which involves daily coordination and adherence to numerous drugs as well as a set of lifestyle adjustments relating to food limitations, fluid intake, exercise, and weight monitoring, is a potential innovation that I evaluate as a solution to the highlighted problem. For HF patients, many healthcare appointments with several types of providers are frequently required. Even though there have not been many innovations in CHF (Congestive Heart Failure) treatment, conventional care consists of medicines to relieve symptoms, such as angiotensin-converting enzyme inhibitors, beta blockers, and diuretics. New heart failure medicines were recently approved, and clinical trials showed that they decreased the risk of mortality or hospitalization from heart failure by 20%. While these novel therapies do not completely cure CHF, they do indicate the potential for considerable advancement in this field.

Improved illness outcomes through innovation, not only may they be eliminated, but they can also be improved in terms of efficiency by bringing greater benefits to society in the form of longer, healthier, and more productive lives. Some therapeutic advances can also help to close long-standing health gaps between minorities and women, which can help to increase equity.

References

Inamdar, A., & Inamdar, A. (2016). Heart failure: Diagnosis, management, and utilization. Journal of Clinical Medicine, 5(7), 62. https://doi.org/10.3390/jcm5070062

Malik A, Brito D, Chhabra L. Congestive Heart Failure. [Updated 2021 Feb 11]. In: Stat Pearls [Internet]. Treasure Island (FL): Stat Pearls Publishing; 2021 Jan-. Available from: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK430873/

McHorney, C. A., Mansukhani, S. G., Anatchkova, M., Taylor, N., Wirtz, H. S., Abbasi, S., Battle, L., Desai, N. R., & Globe, G. (2021). The impact of heart failure on patients and caregivers: A qualitative study. PLOS ONE, 16(3). https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0248240

Van Nuys, K. E., Xie, Z., Tysinger, B., Hlatky, M. A., & Goldman, D. P. (2018). Innovation in heart failure treatment. JACC: Heart Failure, 6(5), 401–409. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jchf.2017.12.006[supanova_question]