Mr. Ahmed Mahmoud Al Balooshi

In: Business and Management

Submitted By mee7dany
Words 380
Pages 2
Ahmed Mahmoud Al Balooshi – H00237462
Section: CLO
Melanie Gobert
Academic Reading and Writing 2

Planning, organizing, leading, and controlling are the main principles of management. Your business is the correspond of the whole decisions you make, with the need of a vision to achieve your objectives. Customers are the real evaluation of your good decision. So base your decision to get best feedback.
Planning is a systematic process to get the best use of resources, methodology, and projected outcome in specific period of time. Each plan supposed to have a clear goal and objectives.
Organizing is the distribution and use of resources such as capital, information, physical resources, and people.
Leading which is another definition of directing people. Leading includes motivating and working in teams. Leaders should have basic skills like communication skills, and they could have a greater impact by leading by example.
Controlling includes monitoring, evaluating, and correcting to achieve goals and objectives. Controlling and monitoring are much linked and similar.
The best way to manage and organize a business is to follow the three action plans, which begins with setting up an operations plan, creating a management plan, and creating a contingency plan. Operation plan starts by setting the whole process and steps from supplying the raw material till delivering it to the customer. A good method to set an operation plan is to sketch the wok area, and the distribution of tasks and processes with the timing of receiving/producing the product and delivering it. Management plan is a simple way of saying “managing employees”, putting in considers the types and quality of tasks for specific kind of staff. It also includes managing and monitoring all activities and prioritizing the tasks and responsibilities. Creating a…...

Similar Documents


...Certification System) are currently competing for dominance in the European marketplace (Hansen and Juslin 1999, Hansen et al. 2000, Vilhunen et al. 2001 ) and discussions regarding mutual recognition among systems is taking place (Gunneburg 2000). The forest industry in Europe, from forest owners to retailers, has been at the leading edge of certification since its early development. Major importing countries, Germany and the United Kingdom have had active groups of companies, led by retailers, demanding supply of certified forest products. As leading exporters to middle Europe, Finland and Sweden have aggressively pursued forest certification, though through very different mechanisms. As certification has become more accepted, companies have had a keen interest in the potential of certification in the marketplace. A wide range of studies have been conducted in an attempt to measure the willingness-to-pay by consumers for certified products (Forsyth 1998, Ozanne and Smith 1998, Ozanne and Vlosky 1997, Vlosky and Ozanne 1997 & 1998). Other work has looked at leading companies in certification and the benefits versus costs of certification that those companies have experienced. Generally, those studies found that certification can positively impact companies, but that developing markets for certified products is not easy (Hansen 1997, Hansen and Punches 1999, Hansen et al. 1998). Still, systematically analysed information concerning the potential of forest certification as a......

Words: 17122 - Pages: 69

Al Fiorini

...A)Identify the devices (controls) that Al Fiorini used to control his business both before and after he went back to school. Classify each control as a results, control, or personnel/cultural type of control. Action control Before he went back to school i. Al monitored the activities of his loan offers by tracking the number of credit inquiries each requested. ii. Al closely monitored the loan application/lead ratio depending on the skill of the loan officer. After he went back to school i. Not letting Wilbur as a new partnership to sign the check written against AHL’s main bank account and Al must approve all outflow of cash from his company. Al also order to Wilbur and Letitia not to write any more checks without his permission. ii. Al monitor monitored tracked the employee head count, number of leads, credit inquiries, loan applications funded expenses and bank activity. By monitoring these actions Al can hold employees accountable for desired actions or undesired actions. iii. Al also had been monitoring the activity in the Bank of America (BofA) account on the internet from Los Angeles. Result control Define dimensions Al must define the right performance dimensions because the goal that are set and the measurements that are made shape employee views and cultural of what is important to do. Moreover, Al must explaining AHL’s dimensions on which result are desired such as profitability and others. Measuring performance This element was involving the......

Words: 315 - Pages: 2

Mr. Ahmed

...Ethics, or moral philosophy, is the study of morality using the methods of philosophy. Ethics is an investigation of principle by which we distinguish goodness from badness and assess the actions as right or wrong. Morality consists of our beliefs about right and wrong actions and good and bad persons or character. Morality has to do with our moral judgments, principles, values, and theories. Ethics is the careful examination of morality and applies critical reason to questions about what we should do and what is of value. Morality is a public system that understood and applied to all rational people. Values expressed in our thoughts, feelings, action, and perceptions. It is a quality of a thing which makes it desirable, useful, or an objective interest. It assesses the worth of something. Moral refers to the individual conduct itself, conform the accepted what is considered right pertaining to the manner in which one behaves in relationship with the others. Immoral refers to something that is contrary to moral Amoral is without morals, an individual taking an action without any consider to commitment to moral or social concept of good or bad. Evil is the idea that sad things happen to people and people do bad things. Etiquette: rules of behavior nothing to do with moral or ethics/ violating the social system, and it is a code of behavior of a society. Law is a rule or a body of rules established by the authority, society or custom. Laws are supposed to reflect......

Words: 2159 - Pages: 9

Mr Ahmed

...May I beg that you will write at once to the mother of this unfortunate woman--to Mrs. Catherick--to ask for her testimony in support of the explanation which I have just offered to you?" I saw Miss Halcombe change colour, and look a little uneasy. Sir Percival's suggestion, politely as it was expressed, appeared to her, as it appeared to me, to point very delicately at the hesitation which her manner had betrayed a moment or two since. I hope, Sir Percival, you don't do me the injustice to suppose that I distrust you," she said quickly. "Certainly not, Miss Halcombe. I make my proposal purely as an act of attention to YOU. Will you excuse my obstinacy if I still venture to press it?" He walked to the writing-table as he spoke, drew a chair to it, and opened the paper case. "Let me beg you to write the note," he said, "as a favour to ME. It need not occupy you more than a few minutes. You have only to ask Mrs. Catherick two questions. First, if her daughter was placed in the Asylum with her knowledge and approval. Secondly, if the share I took in the matter was such as to merit the expression of her gratitude towards myself? Mr. Gilmore's mind is at ease on this unpleasant subject, and your mind is at ease—pray set my mind at ease also by writing the note." "You oblige me to grant your request, Sir Percival, when I would much rather refuse it." With those words Miss Halcombe rose from her place and went to the writing-table. Sir Percival thanked her, handed her a...

Words: 572 - Pages: 3

Ahmed Azmee

...would like to show our greatest appreciation to Mr.Kanishka Weeramunda for lecturing us and always with us. We can’t say thank you enough for his tremendous support and help. We feel motivated and encouraged every time we attend his lectures. Without his encouragement and guidance this project would not have materialized. Lecturer Miss. Hasini Nanayakkara was certainly very helpful and patient as he assisted towards this report, by sharing valuable insight, knowledge and advice throughout the project of its completion. We express our deepest gratitude towards Holcim Sri Lanka for accommodating our requests to gather information about strategic environment. Not forget, great appreciation go to Head of concrete Innovation and application Mr. Thilak Jayathunga that help us from time to time during the project. The whole program really brought us together to appreciate the true value of friendship and respect of each other Our parents need special mentioning for their love and substratum support in pursuit of this projects’ completion. Very special thanks to Middelsex University for This assignment/module if would not have occurred without them. Last but not least, our heart’s gratitude goes out to our fellow group members, colleagues and all others at ICBT, Nugegoda, who have helped us undoubtedly in one way or the other. Thank you, ~ Team ‘Hit for Brains’ Executive Summary The report will indicates all about the strategic plan which was implement for the Holcim......

Words: 9035 - Pages: 37

Awais Ahmed

...Awais Ahmed |Address: 8260 Spoon Hollow Cove, | Cell: 901-364-2474 | |Memphis, Tennessee 38125-3275, USA. |Email: | |PEC Registration: TELE/2195 |Passport# RC1159681 | OBJECTIVE Looking to build my extensive range of technical skills within a suitably challenging role and keen to achieve further professional development in Telecommunication and keep interested in research work. IT SKILLS |Networking |PC Troubleshooting |Windows 2000/XP/VISTA/7 | |MS Office |MODEL Design (OPNET) | | LANGUAGES |English |Urdu |Sindhi | | | PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE |Myson Engineering Systems |Jan-2012 to Nov-2013 | Field Sales Engineer – Project Responsibilities: Remained On Call Engineer of assigned 46 Sites [Badin Region] and......

Words: 705 - Pages: 3

Mr Ahmed Moustafa Bayoumi

...Case Study 1 1. What are UPS "Smart Labels?" What role do they play in UPS operations? Smart labels are computerized, bar-coded label that is used to provide shipping information. They play a huge role in UPS operations because they provide customer information for shipping which makes for faster and more reliable shipping. The label is scanned at each part of shipment and delivery so the customer can track their packages and it’s accounted for from start to finish. 2. Write out the steps a package takes from pick-up by a UPS driver to delivery including the role of DIAD, the UPS Data Center, and the UPS Package Center. The driver picks up the package from the customer and creates a smart label that contains all shipping information and a tracking number, this information is sent to the warehouse. The driver will always carry a DIAD which is a basically a hand held computer that will show the driver which routes to take and his stops for the day. The driver will scan the package information into the DIAD so that the information is available to the Data Center and to the customer. All packages will be process through a UPS package center. 3. What role does wireless communication play in the UPS systems? Wireless communication allows the UPS drivers to have complete flexibility in the field and up to date information about changes to their routes or new pick-ups. This makes more efficient deliveries and pick-ups for the customers and I would imagine it makes for better...

Words: 748 - Pages: 3


...Strategic Marketing Management Sec A Assignment 1 Submitted to: Mr. Mobin- ul - Haq Submitted by: (Ahmed Naveed) 13053032001 DATE: 4-11-2013 Product: A product is an item that is used to satisfy the need of the customer e.g. motor car, razor every product has a product life cycle which consists of 3 phases growth, maturity and decline phase in the growth phase the product is at its initial sage and is struggling for the market share whereas in maturity phase the product is at its peak has got the maximum of its market share and sales of the product. In the decline phase the market share and sales of the product start declining. The first p product is used to determine the product or service which the company will introduce in the market. To determine the features of the product and how to differentiate it from the competitors etc. Price: The amount charged by the company for the product or service is called price. Price is very important for the profitability and survival of the company. Price is used to determine the profitability of the company. Price setting is very important so while setting the price company should be aware about the customer perceived value for the product. The p price is used to determine the value of the product or service for the customer. Promotion: All the methods or means that are used to provide the information about the product to the customer are......

Words: 345 - Pages: 2

Mr Mr

...present wine markets, most studies proposed to understand wine consumer behavior are based on segmentation methodologies (Johnson et al., 1991; Bruwer et al., 2002; Thach and Olsen, 2006; Kolyesnikova et al., 2008). Indeed, as clearly stated in marketing studies, in order to better understand wine consumers’ needs and buying habits along with wine characteristics that match more closely their preferences it is necessary to divide markets in different segments, to reach with specific marketing instruments (Rouzet and Seguin, 2004). Given the diversity of objectives driving research on wine consumer behavior, several methods have been used to segment wine markets, generally through the classic marketing segmentation variables: geographic, demographic, psychographic and behavioral (Kotler and Keller, 2006). In his groundwork on Australian market segmentation, McKinna (1987) identified consumer clusters by using psychographic variables based on lifestyle. His work was then expanded and empirically tested by Spawton (1991), who investigated wine purchase behavior by focusing on consumer’s expectations and risk-reduction strategies, thus identifying four major segments: “connoisseurs”, “aspirational drinkers”, “beverage wine consumers”, “new wine drinkers”. A segmentation approach based on psychographic variables was also used by Bruwer et al. (2001), that recognized lifestyle as an effective element to understand wine consumption patterns and profiles. More......

Words: 2772 - Pages: 12

Tauqeer Ahmed Khan

...authority to tighten security to ensure the safety and protection of local and foreign visitors, airport staff and the building and equipments of the Dubai International Airports. The UAE government must adopt all possible practices and aviation security systems that can be used to maintain a safer and secured security permit system for Dubai International Airport. It is the goals of every successful aviation authority to develop best aviation security system to ensure airport security in its business operations and ensuring the safety of their passengers, travelers and airport premises. The airport staff members view airport safety and security as an airport operational system that is free from all types of danger and threats (Wilding et al., 2007). The recent study is conducted considering the importance of security permits on aviation security at Dubai International Airport. Airline industry has grown incredibly over the past few decades and people now prefer to travel through air rather than road or rail transportation. The research paper enhanced my personal interest to work on dissertation writing of this topic because airport security has become one of the most important issues in the modern day world. The paper will be helpful in determining how the aviation authority can take best control of the airports by using latest security measures through technologically updated tools and techniques by making airports more secured. Furthermore, the......

Words: 13672 - Pages: 55

Al Ain

...Al Ain Dairy: market expansion Melodena Stephens Balakrishnan Melodena Stephens Balakrishnan is an Associate Professor (Marketing) in the Faculty of Business and Management, University of Wollongong in Dubai, Dubai, United Arab Emirates. hashi Kumar Menon, the chief operating officer of Al Ain Dairy was at their launch of the new product Long Life Juice in Dubai on 16 July 2010. To a room full of media and interested stakeholders, he explained the company’s upcoming six month plan. Al Ain Diary was UAE’s largest dairy company by market share but now wanted to replicate their success in dairy in both the regional market and the fruit juice market. There were challenges: increasing production capabilities; product innovation (increasing shelf life); the supply chain management (dairy especially needs to be transported at a 48C condition and there is a need for access to a steady supply of fodder); and brand building in newer markets. Shashi needs to prioritise what new products they want to move into (options include related lines like cheese); assets they need to acquire (manufacturing); and what future skills they need to develop to meet the regional challenge. There is a three to four year time frame to prioritise these objectives as the markets are still in recession. Shashi says about their vision for the future: S We are very much a local company and would like to be seen as regional at least in the Khaleej [GCC Countries], if not beyond ....

Words: 3605 - Pages: 15

Mr Nihal Ahmed

...Tesco is the UK's biggest food retailer offering a variety of services for food and non-food products to include insurance, entertainment, electrical goods and many more. Tesco is the biggest private sector employer in the UK and offers a competitive package of pay and benefits for all jobs, whether as assistants or managers in stores and depots. More specialised roles such as finance and HR, are based at its head offices based in Hertfordshire. Bsix college is a sixth form college located in Upper Clapton, London in the United Kingdom. It officially opened in September 2002, giving students in Hackney the opportunity to study at a college close to where they live. It provides student courses for the right appropriate level. It provides a-level courses such as chemistry, maths and business. Tesco has a hierarchical structure because it has a lot of layers and a lot of people reporting into more than one person before that information get to the boss. A hierarchical structure has many levels. Each level is controlled by one person. A hierarchical company tends to be a very big company just like Tesco is. In a hierarchy instructions are generally passed down from one person to another until it gets to the bottom of the hierarchical structure. If there was a problem in a hierarchical structure it would move up through the structure again from one person to another until it gets to where it is supported to be. Strengths of a Hierarchical structure are that there is a close......

Words: 1198 - Pages: 5

Mr Mishary Al Rashed

...Mishary Al Rashed 10AB November 14, 2015 Khaled Bushehri Yasmeen Al Muzaini Aysha Al Meer TIMELINE: Charles Dickens was born in the year 1817, Victorian Era Mid 19th century till to beginning of 20th century, Hard Times published on 1854, Schools become mandatory in 1889. _____________________________________________________________________ OUR TALK WILL BE DIVIDED INTO 4 PARTS: INTRODUCTION OF VICTORIAN ERA The Victorian era of British history: was the period of Queen Victoria's reign from 20 June 1837 until her death, on 22 January 1901. It was a long period of peace, prosperity, refined sensibilities and national self-confidence for Britain, where during that time, the British Empire has existed for centuries and was able to maintain a world order which rarely threatened Britain’s wider strategic interests. By the end of Queen Victoria’s reign, The British empire extended over about one-fifth of the earth’s surface and at least a quarter of the world’s population. One of the ways they achieved such a thing is through the Industrial Revolution. What is the Industrial Revolution exactly? Prior to the Industrial Revolution, a working person would be lucky to have 1 or 2 shirts. To make fabric, these people had to spend their whole lives weaving this shirt and as demand for british goods increased, they needed a way to speed up things in a way without affecting it economically. As a result, they came up with the idea of factories where workers would repeat...

Words: 2426 - Pages: 10

Ahmed Zaki Yamani

...Ahmed Zaki Yamani Ahmed Zaki Yamani is a specialist in law and Islamic law. He was born in Mecca, Saudi Arabia. He attended Cairo University, New York University Law School and Harvard University School. He received his LL.M from Harvard. Yamani later went on to serve as advisor to the Saudi government in 1958. In 1962 he became Saudi Arabia’s minister of petroleum until 1986 and became OPEC’s first secretary General. Yamani is known as the founder of many of the kingdom’s modern laws and regulations. His article “the Political Competence of Women and Law” he discusses the controversial topic of women participating in public life in Islamic societies. He believes that “men and women are equal in their human value, their social rights, their responsibilities and their subjection to reward and punishment. (pg 171)” He says that when speaking of political competence in Islam we need to distinct it from the western concept. Westerners see political competence it as a right, while in Islam it is seen as action. An action has to be performed while a right does not have to be performed. However a political action in Islam does not have to be performed by every citizen, just by a sufficient amount of citizens so that the others are relieved of it. This action includes women. As long as a woman is educated and is aware of the current politics then he sees here no different from a man. Yamani believes that Islam does not prohibit nor try to minimize the participation of women......

Words: 333 - Pages: 2

Al Barakah

...About Al Baraka |   | Al Baraka Islamic Bank B.S.C. (c) - Bahrain (AIB - Bahrain) established 1984 in Bahrain and up the years has pioneered the development of Islamic banking and finance. The Bank is registered with the Bahrain Ministry of Industry &, Commerce CR no. 14400 and is licensed by Central Bank of Bahrain (CBB) as an Islamic Retail Bank, with an authorized capital of US$ 600 Million, of which US$ 122 Million has been issued and fully paid.AIB - Bahrain is one of the Banking Units of Al Baraka Banking Group's (ABG). ABG is a Bahraini Joint Stock Company listed on Bahrain and Dubai stock exchanges and one of the well-known leading international Islamic banks.  It has been rated by Standard & Poor's as BBB- with a short-term rating of A-3. ABG offers retail, corporate and investment banking and treasury services strictly in accordance with the principles of the Sharia'a. The authorized capital of ABG is US$1.5 billion, while the total equity amounts to about US$ 1.8 billion.  The Group has a wide geographical presence in the form of subsidiary banking Units in 14 countries, which in turn provide their services through more than 400 branches.  These banking Units are Jordan Islamic Bank/ Jordan, Al Baraka Islamic Bank - Bahrain, Al Baraka Bank Limited/ Pakistan, Banque Al Baraka D'Algerie/ Algeria, Al Baraka Bank Sudan/ Sudan, Al Baraka Bank Ltd/ South Africa, Al Baraka Bank Lebanon/ Lebanon, Al Baraka Bank Tunisia/ Tunisia, Al Baraka Bank Egypt/ Egypt, Al......

Words: 2512 - Pages: 11