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Balbiran, Janel C.

June 19, 2018


BSHRM 2A Assigment in MGT 212

 Human Behavior

Human Behavior refers to the full range of physical and emotional behaviors that
humans engage in; biologically, socially, intellectually, etc. and are influenced
by culture, attitudes, emotions, values, ethics, authority, rapport, persuasion,
coercion and/or genetics. This type of behavior is scientifically viewed as being
without specific meaning, unlike social behavior that is influenced by the
expectations of others.

 Human nature
Refers to the distinguishing characteristics—including ways of thinking, feeling,
and acting—which humans tend to have naturally.

There is no perfect person in the world, but the celestial and most sacred person
has their faults. But my belief is that everyone was born free of sin, because of
course, when you're a baby, you don't do anything wrong. But I believe that humans
aren't essentially good or bad, but rather, both. Humans aren't all good. Every
human has their mistakes, no matter how hard a person tries. I believe that humans
are also bad those are the mistakes they made that would cause God to be angry. So
therefore, humans are a little bit of both.
Humans aren't good because of the fact that someone has to do
something disobedient or bad in their life. No one can be so good, because I find
that this is an impossible thing. If you think you're good, you must not do
anything all day, and lock yourself in a room.
Humans are bad mainly because of temptation. Every single on of us
has done something that wasn't exemplary, sometimes without us even knowing that
we did. And so therefore, we are all bad at some point, but most people aren't
bad, like everyone is going to jail, so we balance things out.
So thus we are both good and bad. We have our holy days, and we have
our bad days. We are not perfect human beings. It is what we do to ourselves once
we start thinking for ourselves and we know what's going on n our environment,
Except for when we were younger and told what to do, we now have control of our
lives. Our everyday decisions makes us what we are right now. We can sometimes be
good, and sometimes be bad. One thing that was not mentioned in the sermon that
god loves everyone no matter what. Whether you are really good, or really bad, God
will always find it in his heart to forgive you for you sins as long as you're
willing to try and do your part.
Balbiran, Janel C. June 19, 2018
BSHRM 2A Assigment in MGT 212

 Productivity of Manufacturing Systems: The Human Aspects.

In this set of notes, we shall look at some of the interesting aspects of how the
modern manufacturing system has evolved (and why), in terms of the working
conditions and the job management of the personnel. The role of humans in
manufacturing systems has changed partly due to a better understanding of human
factors, partly due to better understanding of psychological aspects that lead to
better motivated and productive teams of people, and partly due to the changing
structure of the manufacturing systems itself, in terms of automation and
organization.

Any manufacturing system works through the integration of four components:


physical processes (e.g. machines, tools, hard assets etc.), decision structures
(mechanisms and criteria for decision making, e.g. scheduling, forecasting models,
inventory control policies etc.), information technology (data/information stored
about all aspects of the system and the supporting technology to maintain the
data), and humans. This integration is captured in the following figure: