In each of the following situations discuss if the instance raises a red flag. Thanks for getting me started!
1. The CEO says that you will not be able to review the minutes of the board of directors because they contain trade secrets and formulas. Are there any alternative procedures that can be used so you can comply with this request?
2. The CEO says that you will not be able to review the part of the minutes of the board of directors because that section contains trade secrets and formulas. Are there any alternative procedures that can be used so you can comply with this request?
3. The CEO says that you are not to talk to any employee unless cleared by a company officer. Is this a reasonable request?© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 25, 2018, 2:57 am ad1c9bdddf
1) As long as the information that is either a trade secret or formula is blacked out or deleted out, the minutes can still be reviewed without raising a red flag. The minutes can usually be reviewed and this is a special circumstance ...
Are there any alternative procedures that can be used so you can comply with this request?
In this module of your SLP, you will continue your literature review regarding your chosen topic, and you will locate in particular one article that uses inferential statistical procedures that were overviewed in this module (that is, a dependent or independent t-test or ANOVA.)
You will describe the study identifying:
(a).Null and alternative hypothesis
(c).Independent/Subject and Dependent Variable/s
(e).Outcome (significant results, or fail to reject null hypothesis)
You will also be invited to comment on the quality of the research and make suggestions for further studies. If you could ask the researcher three questions about the results, what would they be?View Full Posting Details