1. What were the poitical outcomes of the end of the war in Vietnam. 2. What is the status of women, and how were women affected by the changes brought about during the 1960s.
Our elected leadership has declared obesity to be a national problem, worthy of government attention and funding. Let's suppose that your consulting firm has been asked to identify all the benefits, other than health, that could be realized if Americans no longer suffered from nationwide obesity. Keep in mind that you are not id
Textbook: Salkind, N. J. (2009). Exploring research (7th ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall. RESEARCH PROPOSAL TOPIC: 5 days - 12 credits Select and present a researchable topic for a research proposal. Complete exercises 1-9 on page 76 in the text to help you select a topic. Then, number 10 should be the topic an
1. What are the advantages and disadvantages of a sole proprietorship? 2. What is the difference between a general partnership and a limited partnership? Which of these two business structures would you choose for the new business you are starting with four partners? Why did you choose this type of partnership? 3. What is a C
A project having the following six activities: Activity Immediate Crash Predecessors Time (weeks) Max Crash cost per week A none 7 7 N/A B none
Describe the five areas of CSR that you would deem important to change in any organization in order to create an emerging paradigm with regard to social responsibility. Why did you select these five elements? Provide examples and research to support your thinking
I need help explaining both technical knowledge and skills, and interpersonal knowledge and skills.
Read the following article and write an analysis focusing on the question below: •Czinkota, M.R., & Kotabe, M. (1999). Bypassing barriers to marketing in Japan. Marketing Management, 8(4). (AN 2795277). How might MNCs structure their market entry strategies to penetrate and expand in the Japanese market?
This solution offers a brief discussion of the use of theory in research. It discusses how theory can impact or influence the choice of quantitative or qualitative methods of inquiry.
Assume that you have been selected by your executives to teach your fellow managers about Bottlenecks and the Theory of Constraints. Prepare a Powerpoint presentation on this subject for a 45 minute slot at the Manager's Kickoff meeting in January. Include speaker notes for each slide, as the HR manager wants to use this presen
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Applichem wants to allocate the capacity of its worldwide manufacturing plants to fulfill its customer demand. Applichem makes a product, R, which is used by plastic molding companies around the world. R sells for $1/lb. Its plants are located in Gary, Indiana, Windsor, Ontario, Frankfurt, Germany, Mexico City, Caracus, Venezu
Read the following article and write an analysis focusing on the question below: •Khan, O.J., & Amine, L.S. (2004), New international business perspectives on Pakistan. Thunderbird International Business Review, 46(5). (AN 14406651). According to the article, the Musharraf government in Pakistan has firmly backed free mark
Terrorist threats have become increasingly common. The government as well as all types of organizations in many industries are using programs for assessing these threats, providing countermeasures, and communicating with those affected. What level of activity do you see in your organization or by your government representativ
What are some examples of security deterrents in these two cases and how effective are they? Is there a cost-benefit tradeoff? Though some aspects of institutional security are shared with commercial, retail, and event security, there are some definite differences. Institutional security typically refers to security measures
Read the following article and write an analysis focusing on the question below: •Raman, A.P., Thompson, P.M., Aaker, J.L., Manwani, H., Gift, S., & Kotabe, M. (2003). The global brand face-off. Harvard Business Review, 81(6). (AN 9943706). For one of the regions discussed in the article, what care must be taken to ensure
List and give a short explanation of three of the techniques for maintaining interest in training.
Equilibration is the process of moving between two equilibrium points as a result of some change in supply or demand. Understanding how market equilibrium is sought following such a change is essential for business managers. It is important to understand how economic principles, and specifically supply, demand, and their determ
There are well-defined stages in every product development life cycle. my product is ( ( Soap ) at the "introductory" stage. What are some of the implications of this stage for the decisions I must make about each of the 4Ps when designing a strategic marketing campaign? Provide rationale for your answers. Give examples of real
Respond to the following question. Provide rationale and examples to support your answers. Multinational and global markets may be segmented along geographic, demographic, economic, technological, or cultural lines. Select one market segment and discuss which strategic planning considerations are necessary to address multinat
Conduct a market analysis, also known as market intelligence, about Egypt in north Africa . There are three main components of market analysis or intelligence: 1. Analysis of the customer and consumer needs 2. Analysis of the competitive environment 3.Analysis of the overall environment, including economical, political, te
Provide rationale and examples to support your answers. 1. Culture has been referred to as the "silent language of overseas business." Discuss how the languages of time, space, things, friendship, and agreements influence negotiating styles in multinational and global markets. 2. Within the last decade, the European Union (E
Use the Harvard citation style guidelines at to identify and correct errors (i.e. violations of the Harvard style). Note: In total there are 20 errors in the extract; 7 in the text and 13 in the References list. EXTRACT: Levitt discusses the need for, and potential benefits of, the industrialization of service. He desc
The following table shows the demand for an important item for months January through April. You decided to use the exponential smoothing with alpha= 0.3 and the forecast for January was 52. What is the forecasted demand for May? Month Demand January 55 February 52 March 56 April 64
The King Company is producing two types of products: A and B. Both products are produced on the same machining operation. The machines operate on two 8-hour shifts, 5 days per week, and 50 weeks per year. The manager wants to maintain a 20 percent capacity cushion. The demand forecast, batch sizes, processing times, and setup ti
Define coaching and explain its relationship with the term mentoring.
Q: FireKing Office Products, a manufacturer of fireproof file cabinets, uses MRP to schedule its production. Demand and inventory data for its "Signature Series Files" model are given in the table below. Period 1 2 3 4 5 Demand 20 40 30 10 45 Ordering Cost = $100 per order Holding Cost = $1 per file cabinet per week Le
1. If there is high speed of change in an industry, which results to a low level of visibility of the future, the outcome will further result to major discontinuities which will impact on the firm historical success strategy. Discuss this concept using the five level turbulence scales? To be realistic, you may use real world com
Read the attached case study "Southwestern University" and answer the questions following it. This should primarily be in your own words. If you paraphrase or quote words or ideas from other resources, please cite your sources using APA format. ----- Southwestern University: With the rising demands of a successful
List five styles of conflict resolution.