Question

Evaluate how organizations can use one-sample hypothesis testing to determine if there are performance issues in the organization. Support your response with a specific example.

Answer #1

For example: Suppose you want to check the average working hour of employees. You thought that the average duration of an employees is 7.6 hours. You want to check this claim so you collect a sample of 20 employees and note their duration of work. Assume that data are approximately distributed.

NULL HYPOTHESIS H0: HOURS

ALTERNATIVE HYPOTHESIS Ha: HOURS

alpha=0.05

t= 7.765-7.6/1.25/sqrt(20)

t= 0.165/1.25/4.47

t= 0.165/0.28

t= 0.589

degrees of freedom= n-1=20-1=19

t critical = 2.09

Since t critical is GREATER than t calculated therefore we fail to reject null hypothesis H0.

Conclusion: We don't have sufficient evidence to conclude that the mean working duration is different than 7.6 hours.

Evaluate how organizations can use one sample hypothesis testing
to determine if there are performance issues in the organization.
Support your response with a specific example.

Evaluate how organizations can use one-sample hypothesis testing
to determine if there are performance issues in the organization.
Support your response with a specific example.

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managers of those segments get evaluated? What are the ways those
approaches can fairly evaluate managers? How can those approaches
sometimes unfairly evaluate managers? Can people "game" this
system? If so, how? What can be done to ensure both accurate
segment performance evaluation and fair manager
evaluation?

(a) Name the t test used in hypothesis testing to
evaluate the mean observed in one sample.
(b) Who determines the level of confidence for an interval
conservative?

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As healthcare organizations move forward to the future, how
healthcare is delivered in the United States will continue to be
scrutinized.
Tasks:
Identify the three major issues affecting healthcare
organizations today.
Describe the role HRM plays in dealing with or addressing these
issues.
Give an example of a healthcare setting and explain how you, as
an HR manager in that setting, would respond to the three
issues.
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Use the steps in hypothesis testing to
establish statistically that the sample presented in the table
below is not very different from a company’s population mean of
590. The level of significance is 5%. Add your computer printout to
your response and interpret the statistical results carefully.
Identification
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Variable X
650
540
460
570
560
600
560
550
620
550

Select one product and design an experiment. Construct a
hypothesis testing procedure. Select a sample size, and select how
you will measure what is specified on the label to determine the
sample mean and standard deviation.
Next, according to a level of significance alpha that you select
and a level of accuracy determine the sample confidence level and
the sample size for that mean.

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organizations. Suggest two (2) actions that human resources can
take in order to influence positive ethics in an organization.
Provide a rationale for your response.
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successful in its effort to meet stakeholder interests. Provide one
(1) example of Monsanto’s effort to meet stakeholder interests to
support your position.

Power
Analyze how power is
both gained and lost in organizations. Consider your own
organization or one you are familiar with. Identify how power is
used. Discuss how effective a leader is based on his or her use of
power. Appropriately cite the sources you use to support your
comments.

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