Accounting

Accounting data is very helpful in the decision-making process. For example, if you were to buy a car you would need to know all the costs associated which includes the costs of your current car, the costs of the new car, and the funds available to cover those costs. The same is true in accounting. All sorts of data is available to help managers make decisions. They can also break that data down into various categories to make it even more useful. To help you begin to understand the kinds of data that accountants can provide, answer these questions: 1 Read More …

While researching the Asian RTAs, you will note that they have a number of features that are quite different from RTAs in other regions.

Thread: While researching the Asian RTAs, you will note that they have a number of features that are quite different from RTAs in other regions. List the 4 different aspects noted in the assigned reading and then provide 2 specific examples of how those different aspects are displayed within the nations associated with them. For example, when considering the different visions for how the RTA should operate, China and Japan do not agree with each other as it relates to the United States’ involvement in a region-wide RTA.As you discover the different features of Asian RTAs, research the different beliefs of Read More …

While researching the Asian RTAs, you will note that they have a number of features that are quite different from RTAs in other regions.

Thread: While researching the Asian RTAs, you will note that they have a number of features that are quite different from RTAs in other regions. List the 4 different aspects noted in the assigned reading and then provide 2 specific examples of how those different aspects are displayed within the nations associated with them. For example, when considering the different visions for how the RTA should operate, China and Japan do not agree with each other as it relates to the United States’ involvement in a region-wide RTA.As you discover the different features of Asian RTAs, research the different beliefs of Read More …

Decision Making and Impact portions of the final project (Sections IV and V).

Submit a draft (8-10 pages) of the Decision Making and Impact portions of the final project (Sections IV and V). Based on the potential business ethics and regulatory issues that you described in the previous milestones, what are the business decisions that you need to make? How will these decisions and processes impact business sustainability and elements of corporate culture such as corporate citizenship, philanthropy, community involvement, the environment, and causal support? How will stakeholder groups be affected by these decisions and processes? Evaluate how the business ethics and regulatory issues that you previously described will impact the local community Read More …

Decision Making and Impact portions of the final project (Sections IV and V).

Submit a draft (8-10 pages) of the Decision Making and Impact portions of the final project (Sections IV and V). Based on the potential business ethics and regulatory issues that you described in the previous milestones, what are the business decisions that you need to make? How will these decisions and processes impact business sustainability and elements of corporate culture such as corporate citizenship, philanthropy, community involvement, the environment, and causal support? How will stakeholder groups be affected by these decisions and processes? Evaluate how the business ethics and regulatory issues that you previously described will impact the local community Read More …

managing organizational change

ABC Company, Inc. has been in existence for 10 years. They have 50 employees, currently have one location, and they only manufacture one product: widgets. They have managed to stay in business by holding onto a small portion of the widget market, but they are far from the market leader. Over the last 5 years, their market share has stayed more or less stagnant. The president of the company is an older gentleman and mostly works from home. He makes decisions through meetings with his managers over the phone and is rarely seen at the company. Mid-level managers don’t have Read More …

Personnel Management as Human Resource (HR) Manager

Choose any existing company of your choice operating in Singapore. The company can be from any industry. Imagine that you have been appointed as the Human Resouce (HR) Manager of your chosen company. Your boss has asked you to prepare a report recommending job analysis and job design, recruitment and selection strategies that can be adopted by the company to fulfil its staffing needs in view of overall Personnel Management (PM) strategies.   Organise a 2000 word (+/1 10%) report as follows:   Introduction of the chosen company, nature of it’s business and it’s general plans in Singapore. – (100 words Read More …

Concurrency Control

Select a business scenario involving a multiuser database. Do not repeat an example from the textbook or one that has been posted by another student. Please respond to the following in not more than 250 words: ·        Identify its concurrency needs. ·        Demonstrate which concurrency control mechanism is the best choice in this scenario. Then, in separate posts, follow up to one or more of your fellow students in substantive posts of up to 200 words that further the discussion. For example, you may support or politely challenge a post with your own insights or experience, make a suggestion, or Read More …

Accident investigation questions

There are several interviewing tips; which, in your opinion, is the most important? Your response must be at least 75 words in length.   2) One step in the accident investigation process is preserving the scene of the accident. How do you preserve an accident scene? Your response must be at least 75 words in length.   3) Why is a “ready” investigative kit so important and valuable to accident preparedness? Your response must be at least 75 words in length.   4) Consider the following accident scenario: Three workers were assigned to replace a water valve located in an underground concrete vault. Read More …

Development across the life span

Lesson 4 Essay 1 (50 points) Now that you have developed a basic understanding of childhood stress and how it can impact future development, consider policy changes that may be prudent in health care or education. The following video from the Harvard University Center on the Developing Child presents an expert panel discussing this issue. After watching this video, write a minimum of a 250 word reaction essay that describes your thoughts on the issue. Use the questions below to guide your responses. APA formatting with references The Toxic Stress of Early Childhood Adversity: Rethinking Health and Education Policy What Read More …