NBEA (National Business Education Association) standards have been correlated to ensure that students and adults are afforded equal access to fundamental business knowledge and skills and, therefore, an equal opportunity for success in life" (National Standards for Business Education, NBEA, 2007).
Analyze a personal time-management schedule for a given time period.
Analyze how the impact of human resource activities help organizations to achieve their goals.
Analyze the impact of performance appraisals on motivation and job performance.
Analyze various schools of ethical thought as they relate to business decisions.
Define human resource planning.
Define inventory control.
Demonstrate awareness of ethical responsibility to business professions and society.
Describe ethical dilemmas faced by managers.
Describe human resource functions and their importance to an organization's successful operation.
Design and implement a time-management schedule as a result of a time-management analysis.
Evaluate a system for maintaining inventory control.
Evaluate and modify a time-management plan as appropriate.
Evaluate how businesses are organized to achieve desired goals.
Evaluate the effectiveness and efficiency of a production schedule.
Examine a business code of ethics.
Examine methods of conducting a needs analysis to determine human resource requirements.
Examine the relationship between goal-setting and performance expectations.
Explain the importance of ethical standards in conducting business.
Explain why orientation and training are necessary for successful employee performance.
Identify appropriate orientation activities and training programs.
Identify ethical considerations resulting from various situations (e.g., technological advances, international competition, employer-employee relationships, and consumer relations).
Identify factors used in scheduling and the tools that assist in the process.
Identify information used in decision making in the business environment.
Identify inventory control concerns.
Identify legislation affecting the recruitment and selection process (e.g., affirmative action, right to privacy, and Americans with Disabilities Act).
Identify methods of inventory control.
Identify selection tools (e.g., interviews, tests, and reference checks) and determine why they are used.
Interpret, analyze, and synthesize information for use in decision making.
Select the appropriate technology tools for conveying information, solving problems, and expediting business processes.
Use electronic resources to access and transmit information.
Utilize information and technology tools to conduct business effectively and efficiently.