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    a business entry strategy

    a business entry strategy
    Paper instructions:
    This work is about a business entry strategy. My plan is being a food processing company trying to enter organic food processing industry by acquiring Oregon Ice Cream Company, because I want to enter the niche market of organic dairy products. (Such as: mild, cheese, ice cream and so on)
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    sales management

    sales management

     
    Paper instructions:
    There are several different learning styles. Auditory, visual and kinesthetic are the 3 most likely and easily observed. Personal trainers must address that their clients will need to be taught and approached differently. Discuss these different learning styles and teaching styles and how they correspond with the sales environment.
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    “Should citizens be permitted to carry a concealed weapon to their

    “Should citizens be permitted to carry a concealed weapon to their workplace (e.g., office, school, construction site)”?
    Paper instructions:
    Using your thesis statement and research, present the problem that needs to be addressed with your proposed solution. Note: Your solution, advantages, and challenges, will be in Parts 2 and 3.

    Write a three to four (3-4) page paper in which you:

    1.Provide an appropriate title and an interesting opening paragraph to appeal to your stated audience (appeal with logic, ethics, or emotion).
    2.Include a defensible, relevant thesis statement in the first paragraph. (Revised from Assignment 2)
    3.Describe the history and status of the issue and provide an overview of the problem(s) that need to be

     
    addressed. This should be one or two (1or 2) paragraphs.
    4.Explain the first problem (economic, social, political, environmental, complexity, inequity, ethical/moral, etc.) and provide support for your claims. This should be one or two (1 or 2) paragraphs.
    5.Explain the second problem (economic, social, political, environmental, complexity, inequity, ethical/moral, etc.). and provide support for your claims. This should be one or two (1 or 2) paragraphs.
    6.Explain the third problem (economic, social, political, environmental, complexity, inequity, ethical/moral, etc.) and provide support for your claims. This should be one or two (1 or 2) paragraphs.
    7.Provide a concluding paragraph that summarizes the stated problems and promises a solution.
    8.Develop a coherently structured paper with an introduction, body, and conclusion.
    9.Use effective transitional words, phrases, and sentences throughout the paper.
    10.Support claims with at least three (3) quality, relevant references. Use credible, academic sources available through Strayer University’s Resource Center.
    Your assignment must follow these formatting guidelines:
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    Solution to Problem and Advantages

    Solution to Problem and Advantages

    Develop Part 2: Solution to Problem and Advantages (3-4 pages for 6-8 pages total)

     

    Paper instructions:
    Assignment 4: Persuasive Paper Part 2: Solution and Advantages

    3. Explain a detailed, viable solution that supports your thesis. This should be one or two (1-2) paragraphs.
    4. State, explain, and support the first advantage (economic, social, political, environmental, social, equitable, ethical/moral, etc.) to your solution. This should be one or two (1-2) paragraphs.
    5. State, explain, and support the second advantage (economic, social, political, environmental, social, equitable, ethical/moral, etc.) to your solution. This should be one or two (1-2) paragraphs.
    6. State, explain, and support the third (and fourth if desired) advantage (economic, social, political, environmental, social, equitable, ethical/moral, etc.) to your solution. This should be one or two (1-2) paragraphs.
    7. Use effective transitional words, phrases, and sentences.
    8. Provide a concluding paragraph / transitional paragraph that summarizes the proposed solution and its advantages.
    9. Develop a coherently structured paper with an introduction, body, and conclusion.
    10. Use one (1) or more rhetorical strategies (ethos, logos, pathos) to explain advantages.
    11. Support advantage claims with at least three (3) additional quality relevant references. Use at least six (6) total for Parts 1 and 2.
    Your assignment must follow these formatting guidelines:
    • Be typed, double spaced, using Times New Roman font (size 12), with one-inch margins on all sides; citations and references must follow APA or school-specific format. Check with your professor for any additional instructions.

    • Write clearly and concisely about selected topics using proper writing mechanics.
    • Use technology and information resources to research selected issues for this course.
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    Confusianism

    Confusianism

    Confusianism had significant influences on the Han Dynasty. Describe them
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    Total of 15 marks available.

    Total of 15 marks available.

    1. Figure 1 shows the Flow of Participants through the study. One-hundred and fifty-two middle-aged men were assessed for eligibility and 95 males were excluded from the allocation phase as they did not satisfy the inclusion criteria. Using the data presented in Figure 1, calculate the percentage of participants from the study population which formed the study sample. (1 mark)
    2. State one possible reason why individuals on regular medication were excluded from the study? (1 mark)

     

    3. State the two screening methods used to ensure that all participants in the study sample were classified as ‘sufficiently inactive’ prior to group randomisation (2 marks)

     

     

     
    4. Define the term compliance and state which type of bias it is related to? (2 marks)

     

     
    5. Describe how the authors assessed compliance to the exercise intervention (1 mark)

     

     

    During the Journal of Applied Physiology’s peer review process, one of the reviewers suspects that the randomisation was not conducted blindly and that the member of the study research team responsible for the group randomisation process allocated the more physically inactive (i.e. sedentary) middle-aged males preferentially to the treatment (exercise intervention) group.

    6. What is the gold standard method of group randomisation in a randomised-controlled trial? (1 mark)

     

     

    7. State one reason why using a non-random group allocation procedure might distort the ‘true’ effect of the exercise intervention? (1 mark)

     

     

     

    8. Which type of bias is associated with a failure to randomise participants? (1 mark)

     

     
    9. Which statistical test could the study researchers perform to provide evidence that group allocation was random? (1 mark)

     

     

    10. What does the term blinding mean? (1 mark)

     

     
    11. Why was it not possible to blind study participants to group allocation? (1 mark)

     

     

    12. Using the data presented in Figure 1, state the total number of participants that would be involved in the following analyses:

    (i) Intention to treat analysis (1 mark) =

    (ii) Per-protocol analysis (1 mark) =

    Question 7 (Total of 13 Marks Available)
    Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analysis
    Please read the following abstract from a systematic review and meta-analysis conducted by Umpierre and colleagues which was published in the Journal of the American Medical Association. 2011;305(17):1790-1799):
    Abstract
    Physical activity advice only or structured exercise training and association with HbA1c levels in type 2 diabetes. A systematic review and meta-analysis
    Note: Glycated hemoglobin (HbA1c) is a blood marker used to monitor blood glucose levels. Higher amounts of HbA1c indicate poorer control of blood glucose and have been associated with cardiovascular disease in type 2 diabetes patients. The American Diabetes Association Standards of Medical Care in Diabetes 2011 guidelines state HbA1c =6.5% the criterion for the diagnosis of diabetes.
    Context: Regular exercise improves glucose control in diabetes, but the association of different exercise training interventions on glucose control is unclear.
    Objective: To conduct a systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized controlled clinical trials (RCTs) assessing associations of structured exercise training regimens (aerobic, resistance, or both) and physical activity advice with or without dietary co-intervention on change in hemoglobin A1c (HbA1c) in type 2 diabetes patients.
    Data Sources: MEDLINE, Cochrane-CENTRAL, EMBASE, ClinicalTrials.gov, LILACS, and SPORTDiscus databases were searched from January 1980 through February 2011.
    Study Selection: RCTs of at least 12 weeks’ duration that evaluated the ability of structured exercise training or physical activity advice to lower HbA1c levels as compared with a control group in patients with type 2 diabetes.
    Data Extraction: Two independent reviewers extracted data and assessed quality of the included studies.
    Data Synthesis: Of 4191 articles retrieved, 47 RCTs (8538 patients) were included. Pooled mean differences in HbA1c levels between intervention and control groups were calculated using a random-effects model. Overall, structured exercise training (23 studies) was associated with a decline in HbA1c level (-0.67%; 95% confidence interval [CI], -0.84% to -0.49%; I2, 91.3%) compared with control participants. In addition, structured aerobic exercise (-0.73%; 95% CI, -1.06% to -0.40%; I2, 92.8%), structured resistance training (-0.57%; 95% CI, -1.14% to -0.01%; I2, 92.5%), and both combined (-0.51%; 95% CI, -0.79% to -0.23%; I2, 67.5%) were each associated with declines in HbA1C levels compared with control participants. Structured exercise durations of more than 150 minutes per week were associated with HbA1c reductions of 0.89%, while structured exercise durations of 150 minutes or less per week were associated with HbA1C reductions of 0.36%. Overall, interventions of physical activity advice (24 studies) were associated with lower HbA1c levels (-0.43%; 95% CI, -0.59% to -0.28%; I2, 62.9%) compared with control participants. Combined physical activity advice and dietary advice was associated with decreased HbA1c (-0.58%; 95% CI, -0.74% to -0.43%; I2, 57.5%) as compared with control participants. Physical activity advice alone was not associated with HbA1c changes.
    Conclusions: Structured exercise training that consists of aerobic exercise, resistance training, or both combined is associated with HbA1c reduction in patients with type 2 diabetes. Structured exercise training of more than 150 minutes per week is associated with greater HbA1c declines than that of 150 minutes or less per week. Physical activity advice is associated with lower HbA1c, but only when combined with dietary advice.

    Total of 14 marks available.
    13. Read the abstract and state two inclusion criteria for studies to be selected for the systematic review (2 marks).

    i.

     

    ii.
    14. During the ‘Data Extraction’ phase of the study two independent reviewers extracted data and assessed quality of the included studies. Why? (1 mark)

     

     

    15. Name two potential sources of bias related to the literature search (2 marks)

    i.
    ii.
    16. State one strength and one limitation of a meta-analysis? (1 mark)

    Strength:
    Limitation:
    17. Which test can be used to determine the presence of heterogeneity in a meta-analysis? (1 mark)

     

    18. In the ‘Data Synthesis’ section of the abstract the authors state that “pooled mean differences in HbA1c levels between intervention and control groups were calculated using a random-effects model.” What is the main assumption of a random effects model? (1 mark)

     

     
    19. The authors provide details of which databases were used during the literature search to find published articles. Name one method of obtaining unpublished literature. (1 mark)

     

     
    20. Which type of graph can be used to assess publication bias in a meta-analysis? (1 mark)

     

    21. Look at the Forest Plot displayed in Figure 1 (below). Three studies (Raz et al., 1994; Vancea et al., 2009c; Vancea et al., 2009d) appear to have wide confidence intervals which cross the line of unity, what does that suggest about the results of those individual studies? (1 mark)

     

     

    22. Based on the results in the ‘Data Synthesis’ section of the abstract and the Forest plot presented in Figure 1 (below), which type of exercise training (i.e. aerobic, resistance, or combined aerobic and resistance training) and duration (minutes per week) would you prescribe to a diabetes patient looking to maximise the beneficial effects of exercise training on HbA1c? (2 marks)

    Type of Exercise Training:
    Weekly Duration of Exercise Training (minutes per week):

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    Assignment 1: Data

    Assignment 1: Data
    1. Shoot 100 free throws
    a. You may choose another activity (e.g. six foot putts; archery target; goal kicks in soccer; hockey penalty shots, etc.)
    b. The activity must have a dichotomous outcome: success or failure.
    c. Choose an activity such that your success probability is somewhere between 0.3 and 0.8.
    d. Do the 100 attempts in on session. (Rest is allowed.)
    e. Try to be successful, but don’t worry. There is no reward for higher success percentages.
    f. Don’t make up the numbers. There are statistical tests that identify made-up data.
    2. Record the data (1 for a make; 0 for a miss) on the data sheet.
    3. optional. If you have a means of conveniently doing so, send to the Angel address a picture of you doing the activity.
    4. Enter the data on a spread sheet.
    a. Put your name in A1
    b. Enter the data as a series of 1’s and 0’s from B1 to CW1
    5. Save. Do not turn anything in at this stage.
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    Assessable Item: Reflective Work (1000 words)

    Assessable Item: Reflective Work (1000 words)
    • •? During the workshops you will be participating in scenarios as the attending paramedic. These will be recorded using the MLS recording system. You will be able to log-in and view your own scenarios to evaluate and reflect on the case and the way you approached your decision making (linked to Module 4 professionalism and evidence based practice).
    • •? Below is a template to assist you in formulating your analysis of your scenario.
    Criteria
    Strengths
    What you did well?
    The student demonstrates the ability to identify the aspects of their practice they performed well.
    Support your actions and why they are appropriate clinical practice.
    The student provides evidence (links to literature) why they considered their actions good practice and rationale for their clinical decisions.
    Weaknesses
    What you could have done better?
    The student demonstrates the ability to identify the aspects of their practice they could improve.
    Support why you consider the areas you identified require improvement
    The student provides evidence (links to literature) why they considered the areas of practice and clinical decisions need improvement.
    Opportunities
    What could you research and learn more about?
    The student identifies areas of learning and ways to meet those learning needs and relates these to improved clinical decision making.
    Threats
    What was difficult about the scenario and why?
    The student identifies areas that they found difficult and supports why they found them difficult.
    The strengths and weakness need to be an in-depth discussion about what you did well and why and where you felt you could have improved in your clinical decision making (linked to literature – supported by evidence). The strategies for improvement, the learning
    opportunities, need to be referenced to literature. The difficult aspects of the scenario need to be supported with discussion about why they were found difficult.
    •?Note that class sizes dictate that you will not always have the opportunity each week to play the role of attending paramedic. You should make sure that you do participate as often as possible.
    PARA 3002 Decision Making in Paramedic Practice: Reflective Assignment Student Name: GRADE: / 50
    Criteria Mark Grade Comment
    1. Strengths
    What you did well? • •? Demonstrates the ability to identify the aspects of their practice they performed well.
    • •? Areas of practice are identified with reference to at least three (3) of the following areas:
    o – Knowledge of pathophysiology
    o – Knowledge of treatment pathways and
    o – the ramifications of treatment in complex patient presentations
    o – Knowledge of scene management
    o – Knowledge of resources
    o – Knowledge of social and
    psychological aspects of patient presentations 5
    2. Support your actions and
    why they are appropriate clinical practice. • •? The student provides evidence (links to literature) why they considered their actions good practice and rationale for their clinical decisions.
    • •? Evidence of at least three (3) aspects of practice that they have supported from literature.
    • •? A clear rationale is provided for the decisions made and why they have been identified.
    • •? Evidence of links to the case scenario
    • •? (at least four (4) references provided to
    support clinical decision making) 10
    3. Weaknesses
    What you could have done better? • •? The student demonstrates the ability to identify the aspects of their practice they could improve.
    • •? Areas of practice are identified with reference to at least three (3) of the following areas:
    o – Knowledge of pathophysiology
    o – Knowledge of treatment pathways and
    o – the ramifications of treatment in complex patient presentations
    o – Knowledge of scene management
    o – Knowledge of resources
    o – Knowledge of social and
    psychological aspects of patient presentations 5
    4. Support why you consider
    the areas you identified require improvement • •? The student provides evidence (links to literature) why they considered the areas of practice and clinical decisions need improvement.
    • •? Evidence of at least three (3) aspects of practice which have been identified and supported from literature.
    • •? A clear rationale is provided for the decisions made and why they have been identified for improvement.
    • •? Evidence of links to the case scenario
    • •? (at least four (4) references provided to support why these areas of clinical decision making are important for improvement) 10
    5. Opportunities
    What could you research and learn more about? • •? The student identifies areas of learning and ways to meet those learning needs and relates these to improved clinical decision making.
    • •? Strategies are discussed to how the identified learning needs can be met.
    • •? Links to at least two (2) pieces of peer reviewed literature to support the strategies discussed 10
    6. Threats
    What was difficult about the scenario and why? • •? Barriers or challenges are identified to the clinical decisions made in the case
    • •? Rationale’s are provided for the identified barriers and challenges
    • •? Evidence of links to the case 10
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    INDIVIDUAL PROJECT

    INDIVIDUAL PROJECT

    1. The objectives of this project are to:
    a. enable you to do a comprehensive financial analysis of a publicly traded corporation; and
    b. provide you with substantial information for you to make recommendations regarding investing in this corporation. That is, you must answer the question: “Should I buy this stock?” or, “Should I sell this stock?”
    2. The midterm and final report must be written properly.
    a. They must include a title page, a table of contents, and a reference page
    b. For both midterm and final report, information sources from the web, etc. must be cited properly, using APA style.
    i. This means that every table that you cut and pasted or typed from the web must have a source at the bottom of the table AND that citing must also be included in a reference page at the end of the report.
    ii. Formatting will be graded.
    3. The parts of the report are discussed below. The midterm report (parts a through e) is due in Week 5. The complete report (parts a through i) is due in Week 10. Your table of content should be the subsections stated below. Your project should include:
    a. An overview of the corporation.
    i. Provide general information regarding the type of business, products and/or services, location of headquarters, name of CEO, number of employees, and countries of operation, etc.
    b. The latest financial statements
    i. Get the income statement, balance sheet, cash flow statement, and the statement of owners’ equity for the past fiscal year. Cut and paste them in your report. Do not forget to cite the source under each statement.
    ii. If you cannot cut and paste them, you may have to type in the information in a table in your report.
    c. A summary of each financial statement
    i. Take each statement and state the key parts in words. Tell a story from each of the financial statements. For example, for the income statement, the story starts like, “Total Revenues in 2010 were $10 billion, while Cost of Goods Sold were $8 billion, leaving a gross profit margin of $2 billion, or 20 percent of total revenues….After taking out interest and taxes from EBIT, the net income was $0.5 billion, or 5 percent of total revenues.”
    d. Ratio calculation (five major types of ratios, See Chapter 3)
    i. Organization this section based on the FIVE types of ratios listed in the text book. Calculate the ratios from the financial statements in part c above using Excel or your calculator and present them in a table.
    e. Comparison of ratios with industry averages (find industry averages online)
    i. Find industry financial ratios online (eg. Yahoo.com) and compare your corporation’s ratios to these industry ratios.
    ii. Present your results following the five types of ratios discussed in part d.
    iii. A table with both corporation and industry ratios is required. You must also compare the ratios in words. Do NOT just give me a table.
    f. Discussion of key statistics provided by sources like Yahoo finance.
    i. There are many different other statistics available for your corporation. These include market value, beta, and diluted EPS, etc. Discuss some of the key statistics that you think can assist you to determine if this corporation is a good buy or sell. You can also compare these with the industry averages.
    g. For you to decide if a corporation’s stock is a good buy or sell, you must forecast several key variables, including the stock price.
    i. Use historical prices (5 years of monthly data recommended) and forecast the stock price for the next year. Use regression analysis, and/or moving average, etc. to create your forecast.
    ii. Create a graph from the historical data and show your forecast on the same graph. You can add a trend line to the graph to help you with a forecast. Include the graph in your report.
    iii. You need to say specifically what the forecasted value of the stock price is.
    iv. You must address the question, “Is this forecast reasonable?” Must you amend your analysis to get a more reasonable forecast? Must you use a shorter period to do your forecasting?
    h. Other information pertinent to the corporation that could affect its future performance and stock price.
    i. This could include dividend policy, capital structure, bond ratings, expert opinions on TV, new projects, litigation, regulation, etc. Search for information on the web regarding this corporation. Look at company complaint blogs, etc.
    i. Recommendation regarding the future of this corporation.
    i. Is the stock a good buy, average buy, or a poor buy (implying a good sell)?
    ii. Include a justification of your recommendation based on your analysis and research.
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    Course Title: DEVELOPMENT AND PEACE OPERATIONS

    Course Title: DEVELOPMENT AND PEACE OPERATIONS
    Course Overview: Theory of State Stability and Practical Applications of Development Aid

    In the continuum of peace operation activities, peacebuilding represents the theoretical transition stage from state disruption to stability. This stage is often referred to as post-conflict reconstruction, and much of its activity is focused on service delivery and institution building (or re-building). The immediate phase of post-conflict assistance is usually referred to as humanitarian assistance, and international donor funds are typically earmarked as such and channeled through specialized humanitarian agencies. Humanitarian assistance has a limited lifespan, and between approximately one to five years normally transforms into a longer-term “development” program, with assistance channeled through a different set of agencies and mechanisms. Whether assistance is intended for humanitarian or development purposes, it is considered to be an investment in preventing countries from cycling back into conflict.

    In the modern era the post-WWII Marshall Plan is often cited as catalyzing contemporary humanitarian and development priority and methods, and is considered by many (though not all) to be a successful example of bilateral aid. Since its implementation in western Europe between 1948 and 1951, over three trillion dollars have been invested globally in international aid. There are significant critics of this investment, such as William Easterly (White Man’s Burden), who believe that this assistance has had literally no impact on the development of target countries. A number of countries today in fact appear as bad off as they were decades ago. Paul Collier, in his book The Bottom Billion, proposes that some of these countries have particular traits making them resistant to typical aid investment, and that their continuing poverty increases their vulnerability to conflict.

    At the same time, many more countries have escaped poverty, and human development indicators globally have greatly improved in the post-WWII period. The majority of the world population is wealthier, and healthier. And most analyses of global conflict find it reducing. But the causal relationship between human development indicators and state stability is not well documented. And the impact of bilateral or multilateral aid on population level is also difficult to demonstrate. Further, some aid efforts have been demonstrated to have had negative effects.

    This course will disaggregate the constituent elements of “development”, which will be seen to be a balance of state stability and human well-being. In terms of human “well-being” we will interpret this concept through Amartya Sen’s (Development as Freedom) means and ends concept of individual agency. Between Sen and Collier we will get both broad and deep recommendation on where development assistance should focus. Through analysis of multiple development and stability assessment indices we will learn how these issues are quantified for analysis, as well as a detailed examination of the state of the world today. Development analysis tools will be cross-referenced with common conflict analysis tools to identify how they inter-relate. The course will also consider the evolution of development practice from the Marshall Plan through contemporary thinking embodied in frameworks such as the Paris and Busan declarations on aid effectiveness, as well as the Sphere Project. A practical exercise in application of Mary Anderson’s Do No Harm approach will be implemented across the classes using case studies from that same text.

    Course Assignment: In this assignment each student will research one development indice. Students will select one development/conflict indice (Commitment to Development Index from the Centre for Global Development) to research and submit a short, maximum 4-page, summary analysis of their index, addressing the following:
    • Who produces the index
    • What is the methodology used for computing the index
    • What is the index coverage
    • What trends are visible in the index data
    • Analysis: what is the causal (potential) relationship between this indice and state stability
    INSTRUCTIONS FOR THIS ORDER : For this order, you are to research and write a 4pg analysis of the following indice;
    • Commitment to Development Index from the Centre for Global Development http://www.cgdev.org/initiative/commitment-development-index/index
    The structure of your paper should be as follows; (Make sure you use headings to indicate each section within your paper)
    • Background
    • Who produces the index
    What is the methodology used for computing the index – elaborate on the methodology they used to construct their research. Report on this and explain it well
    • What is the index coverage – Explain its coverage. Which country’s/areas/categories and why??
    • What trends are visible in the index data – Explain the trends covering. Developing&Developed, rankings, scores, etc., In essence you will have to analyze and look at each independently- Mainly because they are not going to tell you what the results are. Your Job is to make a determination and explain what is it telling us? This section may be the bulk of the paper.
    • Analysis: what is the causal (potential) relationship between this indice and state stability – Analysis answers the “so what” question. For instance, pressfreedom rating is low within a certain category- so what? What does that mean to us? Why is it important?? Explain

    The paper MUST be well written. It should be well elaborated, have a natural flow, precise sentence structure, smooth transitions between paragraphs, and it should be easy for readers to understand what you are writing about/ are trying to explain – based on your analysis of the indice. **NO GRAMMAR ERRORS OR REPETITIVE SENTENCES ALLOWED.

    Format:
    1. Times New Roman, 12pnt, Chicago Style, single spaced
    2. Citation will follow the Chicago style, per Peace Operations Program policy, which includes in text citation. See <http://peaceops.gmu.edu/students/common-references/ >
    3. No grammatical errors

    *****Please let me know if you have any questions***
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