Both quantitative and qualitative data fall in the category of statistical data. However, they differ any many ways. Quantitative data deals with numerical portions or quantities. It refers to things that are measurable, such as frequency and values. Qualitative data tends to deal more with the quality of the object being analyz
Discuss the measurement of risk contribution. What strategies can be taken to mitigate risk in market portfolios?
I need help developing a response to the following: How does a researcher identify or recognize a problem that is appropriate for doctoral research? (Answer provided in approximately 100 words.)
1. How would you describe Papa John's competitive strategy along the lines of the Porter and the Miles and Snow typologies? Support your response. 2. Do Papa John's marketing and production (service) strategies support its competitive strategy effectively? Provide examples to support your answer. 3. Suppose you are the CEO
Papa John's is the third largest pizza chain in the United States behind Pizza Hut and Domino's. In a narrative format, discuss Papa John's from a strategic perspective. Information concerning recent changes in the firms is readily available online and should be accessed. Strategic issues should be discussed in "real time."
What is data? What is sampling? Explain the importance of sampling from a managerial perspective. I am looking for about 3 paragraphs of clarification with some examples and some references. Thanks!
What is an appropriate positioning statement for Apple iPhone product/service? Explain the statement. How is Apple iPhone product/service positioned in the market place? Provide examples and a detailed explanation.
a. Identify the major 'objectives' and 'problems' in the management of financial institutions globally. What strategies do institutions use to meet these challenges? b. How do regulators evaluate the financial institutions? c. Why did 'Virtual Banks' fail? Discuss in depth. Based on this, what are the prospects for Mob
What do U.S. laws require a financial company to do in regard to sharing information that it has collected on its customers?
Please help me with the following questions : a. Why do nations trade with one another? (Ricardo's Comparative advantage) b. What is Dynamic Comparative Advantage? What are the implications of this for the current debate on "Outsourcing" and "Off-shoring?" (Vernon's Theory) c. What strategies should corporations adopt to
1) What are the different types of strategies and what are the essential differences among these strategies? How do you determine which type of strategy is most appropriate for your organization? (Consider that more than one may be appropriate) In the context of strategy selection and execution, what strategic analysis tools
I'm having trouble with understanding web based surveys. Thanks. In 1-2 pages explain how to create a web-based survey using the guidelines on page 300 in the text. Conclude with a couple paragraphs explaining technology's role in evaluation tools. According to Granello and Wheaton (2004) and Archer (2003), web-based surve
You sold the following number of flowers during the last two weeks. Calculate a forecast of the demand using a 3 and 5 period moving average. Graph these forecasts and the original data using excel. What does the graph show and which of the above forecasts is best and why. Day 1 Demand Day Demand 1
1) One change method is to encourage testing activities throughout the change process. "Piloting" ideas throughout the change process gives opportunities that are safe to challenge the current approaches. This also creates a mind-set of continuous improvement. How or where could you try this now? What are different ways to test
I need help in responding to the following questions, relative to a new, one-owner, etiquette and image consulting corporation that for now operates only in the United States: 1. Identify and evaluate the main sources of risk for your business. 2. Explain your plan for dealing with risk by developing a contingency plan.
1. Why is the ROI Process model important? 2. What benefits does it bring to an organization? 3. Where are the weaknesses in the model?
Turmeric & Spice want you to survey all the spice importers in their business. You know that the average rate of response to email and electronic surveys is 30% and that T&S has 100 importers located around the world. Create a metric based plan for building buy-in from the importers so that you do get at least 30% (and hopefully
1. Some critics citing previous allegations of sweatshops have argued that Nike has not been ethical in its approach to production in developing countries. Is this criticism warranted? Why or why not? 2. How has Nike accomplished considerable growth over the past two decades? Can this continue? Why or why not? 3. Suppose
Data analysis and all other resources are linked to this case and you want to research and prepare a report that summarizes the following questions relevant to data analysis on a specific organization of your choice. 1. How did the company you have researched use or misuse data to support their decisions? 2. What were the resu
Explain the Kantian arguments Denis Arnold and Norman Bowie use in "Sweatshops and Respect for Persons" to support the claim that MNEs have duties to ensure that their off-shore contract factories meet minimum safety standards and provide a living wage for employees. Explain Ian Maitland's argument that improving health and safe
Describe a plan that states specifically what needs to be done and when each item will get done. This plan should include any "product development" efforts that still need to occur and should include your schedule for the creation of your promotional materials and related efforts. Next Steps in Next Quarter Next Steps in Ne
Please provide assistance in answering the following questions related to the marketing of Proctor and Gamble's product Pampers in the international market of Kenya. 1. What is the sustainability of Kenya's market? 2. What are the factors that influences Kenya? 3. Trends, Size of Market, Growth Rate, Profitability.
I understand Kirkpatrick but would love your thoughts... Kirkpatrick is known for four levels of evaluation: - Level 1: Reaction - Level 2: Learning - Level 3: Behavior - Level 4: Results How can these simple four levels be applicable in most organizations? Why would we want the same four levels in most organizations?
How is a people strategy strategic? Provide an example to validate your answer.
A winning resume makes it easy for potential employer to quickly and easily identify an applicant's skills and experience. Therefore, it is essential for an applicant to develop writing skills to present a professional resume that is free of grammatical errors.
Needs assessment is a critical part of evaluation. Select one of the needs assessment models and rate it using the table below. Submit your rating here. Be sure to identify the model you are evaluating. Remember that your comments are very important; bring clarification to the reasoning behind your rating number. Your Rating
See the attached file. What do weekly trash pickups have to do with customer relationships - why is it important? Do you have weekly trash pick up from an outside company like Waste Management? Do you talk to neighbors about the service (word of mouth)? If so, what are they doing RIGHT or WRONG that you think Waste Manageme
Describe and discuss (broadly speaking) the four Ps associated with Apple iPhone. Describe and discuss all four of the four Ps: People, Processes, Program, and Performance.
Create a general profile of a community. Describe the following - type of people who live in the community, type of work the residents do, how and where members of the community interact (festivals, grocery stores, community events, and so forth) Address the following questions in the profile: How do you describe the respo
See the attachment for the exercise.