SEU Saudi Arabian Ministry of Health Discussion

Description

?Select a healthcare organization in KSA and review the organization’s mission and vision statements
* State what organization you selected to review and briefly summarize the organization’s mission and vision statements.
* Discuss the difference between a vision and mission statement.
* Discuss the difference between a vision and mission statement.
* Analyze the selected organization’s mission and vision statement.
* Describe how the vision statement aligns with Saudi Vision 2030.
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MGT 301 SEU Raise Job Satisfaction Discussion

Description6.1 Learning Outcomes:
Chapter- 7 (07-04;07-05)
6.2 Action Required:
The purpose of this interactive activity is to demonstrate your understanding of the
concepts learned lessons by responding to discussion questions.
6.3 Test your Knowledge (Question):


Access the discussion forum for this activity by clicking on the discussion link
below.
• Click on “Create Thread.”
• Enter a title for your response in the “Subject” line.
Type your response into the message field to the following discussion prompt:
• Which component of ethical decision-making do you believe best explains
student cheating: moral awareness, moral judgment, or moral intent? Why do
you feel that way?
6.4 Instructions
Post your response to the appropriate Discussion Board forum before the end of the
due date.
7.1 Learning Outcomes:
Chapter- 10 (10-06;10-05)
7.2 Action Required: (Knowledge Application)
Cognitive ability refers to capabilities related to acquiring and applying knowledge in
problem solving. Types of cognitive ability include verbal, quantitative, reasoning, spatial,
and perceptual. Research indicates that genes and the environment play equal roles in
how we acquire these abilities. Consider the facets of cognitive ability and cognitive
employment testing in your future career: how important will they be?
Case Analysis (Sorry, You’re Too Smart)
Have you ever been turned down for a job because you were “overqualified”?
Although this may sound like a compliment, it can be disappointing when you are job
hunting. Consider applicants who are turned down for jobs because they are “too smart.”
This could be determined by pre-employment testing or the interviewer may assume
applicants’ cognitive ability based on education level, GPA, or certifications. You don’t
often hear someone say that an applicant is “too emotionally intelligent” or “too physically
coordinated.” So why does it matter if you are overqualified in cognitive ability?
Employers may argue that cognitively overqualified employees will not perform well in
their jobs. The lack of challenge they feel in the job tasks could make them bored and
unmotivated and then lead to low performance. In fact, research shows that cognitively
overqualified employees perform just as well as other employees, but not necessarily
better. If the employees are in leadership positions and are cognitively overqualified, they
perform better than other leaders. So if someone tries to tell you that you won’t perform
well if you are cognitively overqualified, that’s not a fact.
Employers may also argue that employees who are cognitively overqualified for their jobs
will have higher job dissatisfaction. Specifically, they may be dissatisfied with the wages,
challenges, and potential for career advancement. In short, these employees see the gap
between their current and potential situations and that makes them unhappy at work.
We all don’t have intelligence tests when we are employed, so what about when you
perceive you are overqualified in your cognitive skills, but don’t have actual test scores to
support your assumption? Employees who perceive they are cognitively overqualified
tend to actually be correct. They also tend to have higher levels of openness to experience
personality trait from the Big Five model.
7.3 Test your knowledge:(Questions)
1. An interviewer who assumes you have a certain average cognitive ability level
because she knows your level of education would be correct according to what test?
2. According to the case, what might a company do to raise job satisfaction and retain
employees who are cognitively overqualified?
7.4 Instructions:
In this exercise, please read the mini-case and answer the questions that follow. Post
your answer in the discussion board using the discussion link below

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SEU Hypothesis Testing Issues Discussion

I’m working on a public health question and need the explanation and answer to help me learn.

Discuss the hypothesis testing issues of Type I and Type II errors and how those can cause the researcher to reach a wrong conclusion about rejecting the null hypothesis. What steps must researchers take to avoid Type I and Type II errors?