Tuesday, 16 December 2014

ECO 550 Final Exam Part 1 December 2014

·         Question 1

4 out of 4 points

In the linear breakeven model, the difference between selling price per unit and variable cost per unit is referred to as:

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contribution margin per unit

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contribution margin per unit

·         Question 2

4 out of 4 points

Theoretically, in a long-run cost function:

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all inputs are considered variable

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all inputs are considered variable

·         Question 3

4 out of 4 points

George Webb Restaurant collects on the average $5 per customer at its breakfast & lunch diner. Its variable cost per customer averages $3, and its annual fixed cost is $40,000.  If George Webb wants to make a profit of $20,000 per year at the diner, it will have to serve__________ customers per year.

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30,000 customers

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30,000 customers

·         Question 4

4 out of 4 points

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Thursday, 27 November 2014

LEG 500 Week 8 Discussion

"Product Liability and Torts" Please respond to the following:

  • From the first e-Activity, analyze the current state of the government regulation of product safety to determine whether the referenced agencies are generally proactive or reactive. Provide one (1) specific example of each agency to support your response.
  • Compare and contrast the regulatory alternatives discussed in Chapter 8 of the text in terms of the efficiency and efficacy these alternatives might provide to businesses and consumers. Next, determine which solution is the most viable, considering the likelihood of support from business and government interests. Explain your rationale.

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Sunday, 16 November 2014

LEG 500 Week 7 Assignment 3

WEEK 7 ASSIGNMENT
Assignment 3: Ethics and Corporate Responsibility in the Workplace and the World
Due Week 7 and worth 250 points
PharmaCARE (We CARE about YOUR health®) is one of the world’s most successful pharmaceutical companies, enjoying a reputation as a caring, ethical and well-run company that produces high-quality products that save millions of lives and enhance the quality of life for millions of others. The company offers free and discounted drugs to low-income consumers, has a foundation that sponsors healthcare educational programs and scholarships, and its CEO serves on the PhRMA board. PharmaCARE recently launched a new initiative, We CARE about YOUR world®, pledging its commitment to the environment through recycling, packaging changes and other green initiatives, despite the fact that the company’s lobbying efforts and PAC have successfully defeated environmental laws and regulations, including extension of the Superfund tax, which was created by Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA).
Based in New Jersey, PharmaCARE maintains a large manufacturing facility in the African nation of Colberia, where the company has found several “healers” eager to freely share information about indigenous cures and an abundance of Colberians willing to work for $1.00 a day, harvesting plants by walking five (5) miles into and out of the jungle carrying baskets that, when full, weigh up to fifty (50) pounds. Due to the low standard of living in Colberia, much of the population lives in primitive huts with no electricity or running water. PharmaCARE’s executives, however, live in a luxury compound, complete with a swimming pool, tennis courts, and a golf course. PharmaCARE’s extensive activities in Colberia have destroyed habitat and endangered native species.
In preparation for this assignment, use the Internet or Strayer Library to research companies that have recently experienced negative consequences as a result of the company’s corporate activities.
Write a six to eight (6-8) page paper in which you:
Describe the key characteristics of a stakeholder and determine all the stakeholders within the PharmaCARE scenario.
Analyze the human rights issues presented by PharmaCARE’s treatment of the Colberia’s indigenous population versus that of its executives. Recommend at least three (3) changes PharmaCARE can make to be more ethical going forward.
Assess PharmaCARE’s environmental initiative against the backdrop of its anti-environmental lobbying efforts and Colberian activities. Support the position.
Decide whether or not PharmaCARE’s actions with respect to the indigenous people of Colberia would be ethical in accordance with each of the following ethical theories:
Utilitarianism
Deontology
Virtue ethics
Ethics of care
Your own moral / ethical compass
Compare PharmaCARE’s actions with those of at least one (1) real-world company, whose corporate activities led to ethical, environmental, or workplace safety issues and financial loss. Analyze the similarities and differences between PharmaCARE and the company that you chose.
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Leg 500 Week 7 Discussion

WEEK 7 DISCUSSION
"Marketing, Technology, and the Law" Please respond to the following:
Evaluate how effective the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has been in protecting consumer privacy and targeting deceptive and unfair trade practices on the Internet. Support your opinion with specifics.
From the e-Activity, discuss your reaction to the public service announcement (PSA) in relation to the marketing of junk food to children, with a focus on why this PSA is appropriate or inappropriate. Explain your rationale.

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LEG 500 Week 6 Discussion

WEEK 6 DISCUSSION
"Environmental Responsibility" Please respond to the following:
From the e-Activity, determine two (2) other costs that BP might have incurred. Give your opinion as to whether or not BP would have been better off had the company taken the necessary precautions to prevent or minimize an oil spill. Support your answers.
Give your opinion on whether governments should be able to rezone and condemn residential land and displace homeowners in the process, in order to facilitate commercial development. Explain your rationale.  

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Thursday, 23 October 2014

Assignment 1: Whishtleblowing and Sarbanes-Oxley Act

Assignment 1: Whistleblowing andSarbanes-Oxley Due

1.     Describe the key characteristics of a whistleblower, and briefly summarize one (1) researched instance of whistleblowing one (1) publicly traded company within the last 12 months. Include the details of the issue that the whistleblower reported and the effect of the whistleblower’s actions on both the whistleblower himself and the company.

2.     Decide whether or not the whistleblower was justified in reporting the company’s actions. Provide a rationale for your response.

3.     Examine the extent to which the whistleblowerwould be protected under the Sarbanes-Oxley Act. Justify your response.

4.     Use at least two (2) quality resources inthis assignment. Note:Wikipedia is not an acceptable reference and proprietary Websites do notqualify as academic resources.

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Tuesday, 14 October 2014

Leg 500 Week 2 Duty of Loyalty and Whistleblowing

Leg 500 Week 2 DiscussionThe Duty of Loyalty and Whistleblowing" Please respond to the following:

 Analyze the duty of loyalty in whistleblower cases to determine to whom loyalty is owed and who shows the greater duty of loyalty. Support your analysis with specific examples. Then, suggest at least one (1) change to an existing law.
 Reexamine the Citizens United decision in Chapter 1, and determine which of the following groups has the greatest free speech rights: corporations, public employees, or private employees. Provide a rationale for your determination.

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Sunday, 14 September 2014

Assignment 4: Capstone Project

Due Week 10 and worth 480 points

Use the Internet or the Strayer Library to research articles on strategic management of Apple Inc. and Samsung Group.

Write a ten to twelve (10-12) page paper in which you:

  1. Analyze the existing business strategies, domestic and global environments, industry, and internal capabilities for both Apple and Samsung. Assess the significant manner in which each company’s mission and vision align with the long-terms goals and strategic direction of the organization. 
  2. Analyze the business-level strategy of each company by conducting a SWOT (Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats) analysis. Next, determine the fundamental way in which each sector influences its competitive position within the industry. Provide rationale to support the response.
  3. Analyze the central manner in which the strategies of each company’s business leaders have adapted to cultural differences in order to both facilitate effective operations within global markets and drive new strategic initiatives with improved innovation excellence. Provide one (1) example of such strategies in use from each company to support the response.
  4. Evaluate the superiority of each company’s organizational competencies in terms of entrepreneurial capabilities, organizational design capabilities, and strategic capabilities geared toward increased performance and profitability. Include one (1) example of such superiority from each company to support the response.
  5. Recommend one (1) appropriate new business strategy for each company that may maximize profitability and improved competitiveness in the industry. Provide a detailed rationale for this strategy.
  6. Evaluate the success of both companies’ corporate-level strategies in terms of horizontal integration, vertical integration, strategic outsourcing, or diversification. Next, determine the type of strategy that contributed most effectively to the creation of a successful and profitable multibusiness model. Provide a detailed rationale to support the response.
  7. Analyze the strategies that the internal leadership of both Apple and Samsung has taken to discourage unethical behaviors. Provide at least three (3) examples of such leadership in action from both companies to support the response.
  8. Assume that both Apple and Samsung are in need of organizational change and must alter existing strategies. Recommend three (3) specific ways in which Apple and Samsung could change functional, business, and corporate strategies, as well as organizational structure and control in order to improve business performance and competitiveness in their industry. Provide a rationale to support the response.

9.      Use at least six (6) quality academic resources in this assignment. Note: Wikipedia and other Websites do not qualify as academic resources.

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Monday, 25 August 2014

Leg 500 WK 3 DQ 2 Privacy and Technology

Leg 500 WK 3 DQ 2

Privacy and Technology

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Leg 500 WK 3 DQ 1 Employee Surveillance

Leg 500 WK 3 DQ 1

Employee Surveillance

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LEG 50 WK 2 DQ 2 Freedom of Speech

LEG 50 WK 2 DQ 2

Freedom of Speech

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LEG 500 WK 2 DQ 1 Employment-at-Will and Whistleblowers

LEG 500 WK 2 DQ 1

Employment-at-Will and Whistleblowers

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LEG 500 WK 1 DQ 2 Corporate Governance and Social Responsibility

LEG 500 WK 1 DQ 2

Corporate Governance and Social Responsibility

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LEG 500 WK 1 DQ 1 Duty to Rescue and Ethics

LEG 500 WK 1 DQ 1 Duty to Rescue and Ethics  

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Sunday, 27 July 2014

BUS 508 Assignment 2: Mergers and Acquisitions

Assignment 2: Mergers and Acquisitions

Examine the circumstances that resulted in the merger or acquisition for the selected company. Speculate on two (2) reasons why the resulting decision to merge or to acquire / be acquired was made One of the recent Mergers involve Coca-Cola and ZICO. Coca-Cola Company is the leading non-alcoholic beverage manufacturer in the world. On the other hand, ZICO was also in the non-alcoholic beverage manufacturing industry. Its main product is Coconut Water, which has earned the company substantial revenues over the years. There are various reasons that justify Coca-Cola decision to acquire ZICO Beverages LLC. To start with, Coca-Cola Company wanted to gain the leading position in one of the fastest growing beverages categories in the world (The Coca-Cola Company, 2013). Currently, the company is the leading brand in the world. However, there are new entrants who have threatened the company’s position in the non-alcoholic beverage industry.

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BUS 508 Assignment 3: Promotional and Advertising Strategies

Assignment 3: Promotional and Advertising Strategies

Compare and contrast the promotional strategies used by two (2) different companies for a similar product within the category that you selected The product category that I have selected is the sports apparel category, and the companies of concern in this category are Nike and Puma. To start with, Nike advertising and promotional strategy is in numerous ways the reason for the success of the company. Generally, the company is now positioned as a premium-brand. The company attracts customers with promotional strategies centering on its brand image. The brand image consists of the advertising slogan and logo: “Just do it”. Majorly, the company promotes its products though magazines, T.V. ads, and numerous player sponsorships. A big portion of Nikes promotional strategies is player sponsorships. 

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BUS 508 Assignment 3: Promotional and Advertising Strategies

Assignment 3: Promotional and Advertising Strategies

Compare and contrast the promotional strategies used by two (2) different companies for a similar product within the category that you selected The product category that I have selected is the sports apparel category, and the companies of concern in this category are Nike and Puma. To start with, Nike advertising and promotional strategy is in numerous ways the reason for the success of the company. Generally, the company is now positioned as a premium-brand. The company attracts customers with promotional strategies centering on its brand image. The brand image consists of the advertising slogan and logo: “Just do it”. Majorly, the company promotes its products though magazines, T.V. ads, and numerous player sponsorships. A big portion of Nikes promotional strategies is player sponsorships. 

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Wednesday, 2 July 2014

Assignment 4: Project Progress

Assignment 4: Project Progress

Impact of those Events on the Project There are various events whose occurrence may have an impact on the project. To start with, when top-two threats have occurred, there will be impact on the project progress. Generally, Flayton Electronics aimed at minimizing the possible threats that may result from the crisis. Occurrence of the top threats may lead to project stoppage. 

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BUS 519 Assignment 3: Risk Workshop and Risk Register

Assignment 3: Risk Workshop and Risk Register

 

Identify the required pre-workshop activities Risk workshop is an important element in the organization. The workshop would involve various activities that are mean to enhance the project risk management plan. Particularly, there are various activities that would be significant before the actual workshop is conducted. These activities are known as the pre-workshop activities.

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BUS 519 WK 11 DQ 2 Course Lessons Learned in Project Risk Management

BUS 519 WK 11 DQ 2

Course Lessons Learned in Project Risk Management

Identify three concepts that you have learned in this course that will be useful for project work in your current organization

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BUS 519 WK 11 DQ 1 Methodology Comparison

BUS 519 WK 11 DQ 1

Methodology Comparison

From the e-Activity, choose one project risk management methodology (not ATOM), compare and contrast the steps of the methodology you chose with ATOM. Provide an example of how each methodology is clearly used

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BUS 519 WK 10 DQ 2 Project Lessons Learned

BUS 519 WK 10 DQ 2

Project Lessons Learned Project lessons learned are significant components of the organization. They establish a foundation for future projects. With respect to project lessons learned, it would be appropriate to address risks at all levels of the organization. 

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BUS 519 WK 10 DQ 1 ATOM for Large Projects

BUS 519 WK 10 DQ 1

ATOM for Large Projects The cost of utilizing ATOM for large projects is justified when an organization has limited resources to dedicate to risk management efforts. I think identifying threats and opportunities in the organization should be a continuous process. 

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BUS 519 WK 9 DQ 2 Small-Project Application

BUS 519 WK 9 DQ 2

Small-Project Application The ATOM Methodology may be different depending on whether the project is large or small. To start with, large projects involve high risk exposure. The high risks may also lead to smaller risks (Hill & Jones, 2013). 

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BUS 519 WK 9 DQ 1 Post-Project Review

BUS 519 WK 9 DQ 1

Post-Project Review Post project review is critical in the success of future reviews. The purpose of the post project review is to review the completed project, and identify lessons learnt on what could have been done better or went well (Boone & Kurtz, 2012).

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BUS 519 WK 8 DQ 2 Risk Review Process

BUS 519 WK 8 DQ 2

Risk Review Process Major and minor reviews are important elements in the project life cycle. Risks in a project are inevitable, and there is need to constantly review the project. Particularly, time is an essential issue since the nature of the factors that affect the project vary with time. 

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BUS 519 WK 8 DQ 1 Ongoing Risk Management

BUS 519 WK 8 DQ 1

Ongoing Risk Management Ongoing risk management is an important element in the recent dynamic business environment. Risks are inevitable due to the ever changing business environment. Despite the fact that the process of identifying new risks should be constant, it is important to equally monitor the active risks. 

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BUS 519 WK 7 DQ 2 Planning for Unknowns

BUS 519 WK 7 DQ 2

Planning for Unknowns Project management options in terms of schedule, performance, and cost are very significant aspects, especially in planning for the unknowns. Negative risks are usually in evitable particularly in this construction project that may have taken a longer period of time. 

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BUS 519 WK 7 DQ 1 Response Strategies

BUS 519 WK 7 DQ 1

Response Strategies Risk interview is a significant element after the completion of the risk workshop. The risk interviews are critical in identifying the types of risks that face the organization. 

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BUS 519 WK 6 DQ 2 Quantitative Risk Analysis

BUS 519 WK 6 DQ 2

Quantitative Risk Analysis Quantitative risk analysis is an important aspect of a project. The project manager has to estimate the risks that may affect the project in order to device appropriate risk mitigation strategies.  Monte Carlo Analysis is one of the methodologies that is used in projects, especially large and complex projects. 

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BUS 519 WK 6 DQ 1 Possible Risk Impacts

BUS 519 WK 6 DQ 1

Possible Risk Impacts I think the top-three most critical risk regardless of the size or scope of a project includes financial, technical, and quality risks. On the fore, the financial risk is associated with the cost of the project. Any project regardless of its scope or size would need funding for it to be successful.

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BUS 519 WK 5 DQ 2 Risk Responsibility

BUS 519 WK 5 DQ 2

Risk Responsibility

When assigning responsibilities to a person it is essential to identify if he is a responsible person. There are various questions that can be asked to determine if an individual is responsible. The following list of questions should be asked in this process:

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BUS 519 WK 5 DQ 1 Risk Perception

BUS 519 WK 5 DQ 1

Risk Perception Risk perception is influenced by conscious, subconscious, and affective factors.  Conscious factors are associated with familiarity of situation, proximity, severity of impact, group dynamics, and organizational culture. 

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BUS 519 WK 4 DQ 2 Defining Risks

BUS 519 WK 4 DQ 2

Defining Risks

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BUS 519 WK 4 DQ 1 Identifying and Mitigating Risks

BUS 519 WK 4 DQ 1

Identifying and Mitigating Risks Risks are inevitable irrespective of the nature of a business (Govori, 2012). A pet store may be a profitable business, but faces various risks that should be addressed for the success of the business. Prior to make a decision of opening the store, these risks should be addressed. To start with, there are heath risks that may affect the business.  Many of the pet stores are not often bred in a good home environment.

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BUS 519 WK 3 DQ 2 Stakeholder Analysis

BUS 519 WK 3 DQ 2

Stakeholder Analysis The company that I am familiar with is the Coca-Cola Company. The stakeholder analysis below shows the categorization of seven stakeholders in the company. First, the stockholders of the company are the owners of the company. 

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BUS 519 WK 3 DQ 1 Project Initiation

BUS 519 WK 3 DQ 1

Project Initiation

  The effectiveness of risk management is dependent on several factors. Defining the size of the project is one of the significant factors that would guide the project manager in addressing the possible risks that may affect the project. There are is a certain criteria of identifying the size of the project.   

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BUS 519 WK 2 DQ 2 Critical Success Factors

BUS 519 WK 2 DQ 2

Critical Success Factors             Critical success factors are essential in effective risk management. On the fore, a supportive organization is significant in risk management. The organization provides the resources needed in risk management.

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BUS 519 WK 2 DQ 1 Need for Risk Management

BUS 519 WK 2 DQ 1

Need for Risk Management

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                                                      BUS 519 WK 2 DQ 1

Need for Risk Management Risks are important in any project. They are inevitable, and a risk management plan should be prepared prior the start of the project. Risk management and control is an issue that should be done through the entire project life cycle.

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BUS 519 WK 1 DQ 2 Planning for Risk

BUS 519 WK 1 DQ 2

Planning for Risk

   The school of thoughts on risks, opportunities, and threats provide profound insights on the concept of risk and risk management. To start with, the first school of thought has the opinion that positive and negative aspects of risks are distinct and should be treated differently. I think the main advantage of this perception is that it gives the managers opportunities to understand the impact of both risks.   

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BUS 519 WK 1 DQ 1 What is Risk?

BUS 519 WK 1 DQ 1

What is Risk? Risk management is an important issue in the current dynamic business environment. There have been constant debates on the definition of risk management. Initially, many people were of the view that risks result in a bad outcome. However, this perception has been disputed. It has emerged that there are positive risks, which may lead to a positive outcome. Basically, people agree that risks emanate from uncertain situations, and the risk is the effect of that uncertainty on the achievement of the organization’s goals and objectives. Ultimately, it has been agreed that some uncertainties may be helpful while others may adversely affect the organization.  

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Tuesday, 1 July 2014

BUS 599 Week 1 Discussion Staples

"Staples" Please respond to the following: • From the case study, determine Staples’ competitive advantage and its current business model. Next, use a brief SWOT analysis to analyze the primary way in which the company executes a strategy for growth based on its SWOT analysis. • From the case study, recommend one (1) future strategy for Staples geared toward delivering better customer service. Next, demonstrate the fundamental manner in which the strategy you recommended could successfully change the shopping experience for the customer.

WHERE TO GET THE DISCUSSION QUESTIONS INFORMATION FROM: • Watch the video titled “SWOT Analysis: How to perform one for your organization” (5 min 22 s). Video Source: virtualstrategist (2008, July 28). SWOT Analysis: How to perform one for your organization [Video file]. Retrieved fromhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GNXYI10Po6A.  

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Sunday, 8 June 2014

BUS 518 WK 11 DQ 2

BUS 518 WK 11 DQ 2

The Future of Project Leadership

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BUS 518 WK 11 DQ 1

 

BUS 518 WK 11 DQ 1

Final Thoughts

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BUS 518 WK 10 DQ 2

 

BUS 518 WK 10 DQ 2

Project Leadership Framework

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BUS 518 WK 10 DQ 1

BUS 518 WK 10 DQ 1Project Management

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Wednesday, 30 April 2014

BUS 508 Assignment 1: Corporate Responsibility and Marketing Strategies

Assignment 1: Corporate Responsibility and Marketing Strategies

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Assignment 1: Corporate Responsibility and Marketing Strategies

Examine Apple’s current position on the company’s ethical and social responsibilities, and determine whether or not the company has met these responsibilities. Provide two (2) examples that support your position

Ethical and social responsibility is an important issue in the organization. The reputation and image of the company depends on the effectiveness of social and ethical responsibility. Generally, Apple has been effective in its ethical and social responsibility. After the deaths at Chinese manufacturer Foxconn in 2010, Apple has identified and reported of toxic conditions, child labor violation, and other issues that involve violation of code of standards and ethics (AppleInc, 2012). To start with, the company has been economically responsible. The company has a responsibility to be profitable. This is as far as the shareholders are concerned. The company has been able to account for its revenue and expenditures. Second, the company is legally responsible. Apple has take action against unethical behaviour within its premises. For example, the company has ceased the use of child labor in its facilities, subsidiaries and partners.

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BUS 599 Assignment 4: Capstone Project

 

 

Assignment 4: Capstone Project

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Assignment 4: Capstone Project

Evaluate the superiority of each company’s organizational competencies in terms of entrepreneurial capabilities, organizational design capabilities, and strategic capabilities geared toward increased performance and profitability. Include one (1) example of such superiority from each company to support the response. Organizational competencies are essential for any organization in sustaining its competitive advantage and superiority. Samsung and Apple Inc have various distinctive competencies that have enabled them to maintain huge profitability in both the smartphones and electronic industry. To start with, Samsung has a comprehensive organizational structure due to the numerous products it offers. The company manages each of the product division separately to enhance efficiency and effectiveness. In the past, the company was behind Apple as far as the smartphone market is concerned. Nonetheless, with improvement in its organizational competencies, the company has been able to improve its competitive advantage (Amit & Zott, 2012). 

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BUS 599 Assignment 3: A New Strategy for Kodak

Assignment 3: A New Strategy for Kodak

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Assignment 3: A New Strategy for Kodak

Establish five (5) key objectives for Eastman Kodak that encompasses the operational, financial, human resource aspects of the business. Next, argue that each of the established objectives is essential to the success of the company within the Cloud service industry

Eastman Kodak established various objectives that are critical in attaining a competitive advantage in the competitive cloud industry. On the fore, the company aimed at sustaining the lead in technological developments. The cloud service industry has seen the emergence of new technologies such as digital imaging. Kodak desire is to attain the first mover advantage in new technologies. A company that becomes the first to release new products in the market usually gain trust from the employees as far as originality and quality is concerned. Second, mass production is an essential objective of Eastman Kodak. The company has been operation in many countries for decades. Mass production is essential in order to service its traditional local and global market (Amit & Zott, 2012). Generally, the company has been relying on its traditional silver halide photography. Mass production is necessary to sustain its target annual revenue. 

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BUS 599 Assignment 2: Executing Strategies in a Global Environment: Examining the Case of Federal Express

Assignment 2: Executing Strategies in a Global Environment: Examining the Case of Federal Express

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Assignment 2: Executing Strategies in a Global Environment: Examining the Case of Federal Express

Analyze Federal Express’s value creation frontier, and determine which of the four building blocks of competitive advantage the company needs in order to continue to maintain above-average profitability. Provide a rationale to support the response

FedEx has been in the logistic industry for more than three decades. The basis of the company’s strategic competitiveness is on careful development of delivering speed and reliability. This is the main competency of the company has it strives to keep up with the dynamic global business environment. Federal Express creates value to its customers through the speedy delivery services. This based on the fact that some companies do keep an accurate record of their resource requirements. They may need some of the items urgently. Federal Express was the first company to start the fast delivery program where customers are able to get their parcels or products in a day. Even thou this program were offered at premium prices, the services were fast and reliable. 

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