Human Resource Management Essays

4654 Words Oct 22nd, 2015 19 Pages
task 1:


If we talk about the Microsoft Corporation then There are multiple areas in which your company will have to expand in,in order to supply enough engineering capabilities to provide the product, as requested, on time and as budgeted.

Microsoft Corporation is an American multinational technology company headquartered in Redmond, Washington, that develops, manufactures, licenses, supports and sells computer software, consumer electronics and personal computers and services. Its best known software products are the Microsoft Windows line of operating systems,Microsoft Office office suite, and Internet Explorer and Edge web browsers. Its flagship hardware products are the Xbox game consoles and the
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The SWOT analysis mind map (below) can help you focus on what your strengths are, where your weaknesses lie, identify opportunities for improvement and visualize threats that may impede on you achieving your goals. As this process develops you learn what needs to be done and establish your objectives that will help achieve this.

Now that we understand where we are it is now time to identify our goals. Using the SMART framework mind map we now have criteria to follow in the setting of objectives.

It is important to ensure you are aware of what you want to achieve and by when. What do you need to do this year, this quarter, this month, this week, today to get you closer to your target? The larger goals may at first seem unattainable and rather demoralizing so what I have found most useful is to plan my objectives out starting with the smaller goals that are quick to accomplish and build my way up to the larger ones.

In the end the feedback is very necessary by which you can be absolutely sure of what your goals are and how you can make them achieve in a better and productive way.

1.3: The output of the process and the quality gateway for Microsoft Corporation:

In a computing environment, a method comprising: evaluating quality of an audio channel between a caller and a callee, including: outputting at the callee, at a first time, first audio generated from a first audio file; detecting

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