Critical thinking case study
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...AcuScan Critical Case Study Cliff O'Connor - CEO V.P. of Organizational Development I understand that as the new Vice President of Organizational Development, I am faced with certain challenges. These challenges are concerned with the development of the Organizational Development department. I am looking forward to embracing these challenges and hope to see some exciting times ahead as we adopt a new with the development of a new product based on current retinal scanning technology. It is clear from the memorandum that I received that company is currently facing a crossroad situation. Some people are in favor or adopting new technology while others feel differently. On...
Executive Summaary
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...AcuScan. The case is about the quest of the company’s CEO to develop a newproduct and the criticism and skepticism he faces from within in the company. It presents arguments from numerous entities in the company regarding the direction in which the company should be taken. Summary: Acuscan is looking to market a product in a very short span. Clif O’ Commer is the CEO of the company. He had visioned a new product and wanted more new products towards the end of July. Christ Martonas is the Vice President of Product development and Pat Lambert is the new recruit as the director of marketing. Kelly is the original developer... ?Purpose of the document: The document is a case study regarding a company...
Critical Thinking Case Study (Marketing)
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...AcuScan Inc. towards the path to success. Any delays will no longer serve the purpose. iii. It is possible to develop a prototype of the Operation Optimize by August and further iterations in the pipeline. iv. Kelly is being difficult and unreasonable. v. Operation Optimize can be managed without the in-house product engineers. vi. Operation Optimize will only require minimal changes to the existing retinal scanner to be in place. vii. Operation Optimize has great potential and will be a huge success with retailers. viii. The programmers at AcuScan Inc. are the best... Section1 1a. Kelly i. I am the only ity on product engineering and no one else knows how things are done. ii. It needs a major overhaul...
Critical Thinking Case Assessment
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...AcuScan, Inc. PROBLEMS AND RECOMMENDATIONS April 14, 2008 ANALYSIS: AcuScan, Inc. PROBLEMS AND RECOMMENDATIONS As the newly appointed Vice President of Organizational Development, it is my responsibility to set up some company guidelines and to determine the strengths and weaknesses of AcuScan at a time when it is necessary for the company to make a transition into the retail market with a new product. Change is always a difficult part of any business plan, and after looking over the reports given to me by Cliff OConnor, CEO, it is evident that certain assumptions on the part of upper management are holding back progress in todays global economy. Listed below are the various assumptions... ANALYSIS:...
Case Study Assignment
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...Acuscan is not controlling 40 percent of the market for its products, the iscanner. Prices of iscanner are dropping... Case Study Assignment PART ONE: Response to specific questions on the worksheet Analysis Assumptions Held By Kelly. Kelly assumes that they cannot maintain existing services with the limited staff they presently have. He assumes that this project development will fail due to limited time and shortage of staff. He further assumes that Pat Lambert hasn’t heard of QC. Kelly also assumes that he can design one feature and make it work by August. He assumes that the “iscanner” was a hit because the development department took time to put the software together. Assumptions Held By Pat. Acuscan ...
Critical Thinking Master Case Study
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...AcuScan. Table of Contents... : Introduction: Critical Thinking brings to surface the true problem in a conflict situation that might be hidden behind a number of problem symptoms. The steps can be briefly defined as: (a) Identify, Define and Clarify the Problem (b) Gather Information (c) Evaluate Information (d) Choose the best alternatives and present them (e) Implement the most appropriate solution (Batenburg, Deb Van, 2007. available at http://www.asashop.org/autoinc/jan2007/special.htm) In order to arrive at the most feasible solution to a problem, Critical Thinking requires Clarity, Accuracy, Precision, Relevance, Depth, Breadth, Logic, Significance and Fairness. (Paul and Elder, 2006. pp12) Analysis of the AcuScan Case Study... Running Head: Critical Thinking Critical Thinking...
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