Consider the same company ‘Apple ’ that you have already used in assignments 1& 2 and answer the following questions.
Evaluate the performance of the main activities of your selected company. What type(s) of criteria do you use to evaluate this performance? (Min 250 words)
What type(s) of control of employees and production processes is/are used by your selected company? Justify(Min 200 words)
How does the corporation manage the environmental risks?((Min 200 words)
Evaluate the competitive advantage of the corporation. Suggest some recommendations in order to to improve it. (Min 250 words)
mobility quite often “Please don’t let me fall” would be the starting point. As I began to feel more confident I would explain what I wanted them to do in order to help me maintain their safety, I learned to do this from the ward physiotherapist when assisting her, and observed her giving instructions bit by bit to build confidence. When considering safety we need to be acutely aware of our own limitations and knowledge and always work within them at all times. In developing our therapeutic relationship we are assuring our patients we are doing our very best to care for them. In order to do this we need to look constantly at new research and changing methods. Evidence based care is a change in procedure, a new procedure based on evidence produced with statistics to prove it is safer or better way of working. McKenna (1999) promotes the view that it should be the accepted practice that health care in today’s society will automatically be based on best practice. However there are sometimes barriers to evidence based care, and not all of these can be removed by determination alone. When I was in placement I refused to “drag” a patient who needed to be moved, brushing aside the reasoning that the patient was only slight and would be easy for two of us to lift, insisting instead that we use a slide sheet. Research and evidence have shown that by using moving and handling techniques we protect not only ourselves from injury but also our patients. I felt it better to be unpopular for a short period of time than knowingly compromise safety. Our patients have a right to safety whilst in our care. Everyone has rights, we may have different needs, but we all have the same rights. Ethics in nursing helps us to adhere to the principles when promoting rights and equality. Nursing ethics is about what nurses do in practice, how our actions are good or bad, right or wrong in their consequences. We work by the Code of Conduct and in our daily interactions with our patients we are promoting this Code, doing good not harm, being honest, listening, maintaining confidentiality and human rights. It is whilst we are doing all this our therapeutic relationship is developing, the complex parts fitting together, growing and strengthening the relationship. A simple example of upholding patient rights is the practice of asking before writing a patients name on the bedside board. Do we sometimes fail to promote rights and equality? Stockwell (1972) suggests that by labeling and stereotyping certain patients it can affect the care they receive. As the study is quite old it is possible to think that this could not>GET ANSWER