Planning for E-Commerce initiatives

E-commerce incorporates the processes of buying and selling products and services and transfer of funds or information through electronic especially by use of networks (Eisingerich & Kretschmer, 2008). In planning for electronic commerce initiatives one must identify and set specific business objectives and also link these objectives to business strategies. In doing so one must consider the strategic objective of the initiative, the capacity and the availability of resources to undertake the project, and measure benefits and costs. This enables an effective and efficient implementation of an electronic commerce initiative (Laudon, & Traver, 2014). Identifying objectives It emerges that many people undertake electronic commerce business for multifaceted reasons and different business have different objectives. Therefore, it is upon the business plan initiator to identify the specific objectives of one’s business in planning for an electronic commerce (Laudon, & Traver, 2014). Some of the objectives may include boosting the sales volume Read More …

Politics and health care economics

Politics and health care economics As per (HBS Working Knowledge, 2007) healthcare headlines most of the times in the U.S hence a proof that it is a primary determiner of how the state runs. Healthcare does consume almost 40% of the gross income hence an issue that is assigned priority. The healthcare system is changing as per the current technology as more medical services are realized. The U.S government does influence the process of healthcare in that its services are incorporated in the budget. Clinging onto (Russellsage.org, 2016) as per the constitution of the U.S, the Affordable Act enacted in 2010 reformed the health systems in the U.S.Its primary aim is to increase health insurance as well as drive quality care to citizens for them to receive these medical services. The government hence directly influences the systems since it is incorporated in its budget. According to (HBS Working Knowledge, 2007) Read More …

Assessment of the Child – Functional Health Pattern Analysis Worksheet

Introduction In the United States of America there has been exponential growth in spending on health care and tops the list of rapidly growing sectors in the economy (Jarvis, 2012). These costs can be attributed to neo-natal intensive care units and a large number of low birth weight infants. Recent advancements in medicine have led to more knowledge in infant care. Children normally relate with their surroundings in each stage of their development. They acquire different skills as they grow. Nutrition and socio-cultural practices of different regions and races, determine the rate of development. The process of child development is complex as each child shows unique pattern of maturity at different ages(Jarvis, 2012). The cognitive and sensory ability, physical size, psychosocial patterns often undergo massive transformations and thus nurses should be able to study and comprehend normal patterns in development to enable them perform pediatric examinations, and comfortably identify children Read More …

That used to be us

The post cold war world experienced a paradigm shift that greatly revolutionized the world politics. The shift from geopolitics to eco-politics has seen American role in the international system diminish drastically. These changes have lead to the rise of economic power houses such as China and India.  The rise of these economic powerhouses threatens the role played by United States in the world as shown by the Chinese influence in Africa. The current world competes at an economic level and if United States fails to show its economic dominance then its role at the helm of power in the world is compromised. United States plays the role of a power balancer in the current world and if they fail to control the economic dominance showed by countries such as China in Africa they could be dislodged from the helm of power. The displacement could cause in-equilibrium in the international system Read More …