Two page essay
Requirement of teacher :
4 pages- 2 pages per group member/ 5th page is for the citations. Please put your name on the pages your write. Answer the following the questions: Explain in your own words how Andy Davis the restaurant owner, has used- Herzberg’s theory, Maslow’s of Needs, Theory X/Y-Reinforcement Theory to create a solution to the problem of Eddie Munz’s poor work performance. Make sure to use proof or evidence from the business case.
Note: This is a partner work with on this paper which is including 2 people per group. 4 pages- Plus page 5 citations: In your own words; 10% originality in-text citations-outside research is required. One person must write 2 pages plus 3rd page is for the citation.
APA Citation : please use paraphrase way to cite the citation, and remember to list the page numbers or paragraph numbers !! At least four resources or more. Must use the data or proof to support your each view in the paper.
My part is : 2 Pages in-text citations plus page 3 citation page. Only need to do 1) and 2) as my part. Please follow instruction above.
- To analyze theories as Herzberg’s theory, Maslow’s of Needs
- Theory X/Y-Reinforcement Theory to create a solution to the problem of Eddie Munz’s poor work performance
Be careful, please must be following this instruction below:
1. Please use concepts from the text book and ideas.
2. Proof or evidence: data – data ( as more as possible to use) and it must have in-text citations…next to it.. that data was developed by someone else and you must give that person credit for it.
3. Please don’t use wiki’s or anonymous. The assignments I am asking you to use have lots of data available.
4. Please don’t give me theory alone.. I want data-examples proof evidence….
5. Text book http://suo.im/4DFF6P
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Andy Davis was proud of his restaurant, The Golden Bow. Its location was perfect, its decor tasteful, its clientele generous and distinguished. When he first took over the business a year ago, Davis had worried that the local labor shortage might make it difficult to hire good workers. But he had made some contacts at a local college and hired a group of servers who worked well with customers and with one another. The only problem he still had not solved was the dishwasher.
At first Davis felt lucky when he found Eddie Munz, a local high school dropout who had some experience washing dishes. Davis could not afford to pay a dishwasher more than $4 an hour, but Eddie did not seem to mind that. Moreover, Eddie seemed to get the dishes clean. But he was so slow! Davis originally thought Eddie just was not quick about anything, but he changed his mind as he observed his behavior in the kitchen. Eddie loved to talk to the cooks, often turning his back on the dishes for minutes at a time to chitchat. He also nibbled desserts off of dirty plates and sprayed the servers with water whenever they got near him. The kitchen was always a mess, and so many dishes piled up that often two hours after closing time, when everything else was ready for the next clay, Eddie would still be scraping and squirting and talking. Davis began to wonder if there was a method to Eddie’s madness: He was getting paid by the hour, so why should he work faster? But Davis did not like having a constantly sloppy kitchen, so he determined to have a talk with Eddie.
Davis figured out that Eddie had been making $28 on his reasonably efficient nights and then met with Eddie and made him a proposal. First he asked Eddie how soon he thought he could finish after the last customer left. Eddie said an hour and a quarter. When Davis asked if he would be interested in getting off forty-five minutes earlier than he had been, Eddie seemed excited. And when he offered to pay Eddie the $28 for a complete job every night, regardless of when he finished, Eddie could hardly contain himself. It turned out he did not like to work until 2:00 a.m., but he needed every dollar he could get.
The next week, a new chalkboard appeared next to the kitchen door leading out to the dining room. On top it read, “Eddie’s Goal for a Record Time.” By the end of the first week, Davis had printed on the bottom “l.” Davis began inspecting the dishes more often than usual, but he found no decrease in the quality of Eddie’s work. So on Sunday, he said to Eddie, “Let’s try for an hour.”
A month later, the board read “42 minutes.” The situation in the kitchen had changed radically. The former “Eddie the Slob” had become “Eddie the Perfectionist.” His area was spotless, he was often waiting when someone came from the dining room with a stack of dirty plates, and he took it as a personal affront if anyone found a spot on a plate he had washed. Instead of complaining about Eddie squirting them, the servers kidded him about what a worker he had become, and they stacked the plates and separated the silver to help him break his record. And the first time Eddie got done at 12:42, they all went out for an hour on the town together.
25 Points-Outside Research that adds or augments the material in the textbook (please do not use wikis)
25 Points-Using 3-4 concepts from the chapter discussed
25 Points-Directly addressed the questions to be answered
25- Meets the paragraph and sentence length requirement