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Analyze The Getty Vocabularies

The Getty Vocabularies J. Paul Getty was an American industrialist who made his fortune in the oil business. He made his first million at age 25 in 1916, and later became the world's first billionaire. Getty viewed art as a "civilizing influence in society, and strongly believed in making art available to the public for it

Business Comunication

1. To improve your current editing skills, what are some of your weak areas? What are some of your weak areas when it comes to writing? What can you do improve these areas? 2. For communication at work, describe what you would consider a successful (and an unsuccessful) incident? Also, provide specific examples of each from

Recession Affects Businesses

In recent years, the free trade movement has come under increasing fire as markets have opened and barriers to trade have fallen. Discuss the pros and cons of free trade, considering the perspectives of both more and less developed countries. Do you believe the benefits of free trade outweigh the drawbacks? Explain why or why no

Value Alignment for NIKE Organization

What are NIKE's individual and organization values? Analyze the origin(s) and subsequent evolution of the personal and workplace values. about 400 words, two references

DELL - analyze strategic factors

This work is done on Dell. Analysis of Strategic Factors. Analyze the strategic factors or SFAS (Strategic Factor Analysis Summary) based on IFAS and EFAS tables. Show your three tables in Excel format and your discussion in a separate word document. analyze economic, socio-cultural, political-legal, technological, and fi

Critical Path, Network Diagram

A project has the following precedence realationship and activity times Activity Activity Time Immediate Predecessors A 4 - B 10 - C 5 A D 15 B, C E 12 B F 4 D G 8 E H 7 F,G A. Draw a Network Diagram B. Calculate the slack for each activity, Which Activity are on the Critical path

Creating a Press Packet to Publicize a Product

See attachment. Help create a press packet that is delivered to different channels with the hopes of further publicizing the product. ? Resource: ? Create two items for the press packet: o Write a cover letter to accompany the main communication piece. The cover letter must ad

Strategic Marketing: Amazon

See attached files. The purpose of the Case Study Paper is to assemble learning achieved into a scholarly presentation demonstrating understanding and application of knowledge in the area of strategic marketing. I need help writing this paper; an outline of key ideas to focus on, etc. I know that this research cannot be d

JetBlue Airlines Strategy

1) What's JetBlue's strategy for success in the marketplace? Does the companyrely primarily on customer intimacy, operation excellence, or product leadership customer value proposition? What evidence supports a conclusion? 2) What business risk does JetBlue face that may threaten the company's ability to satisfy stockholders

Target-Market Strategy: Create a new product that will serve two organizations

Create a new product that will serve two organizational businesses. Target-Marketing Strategy Assignment 1. Create a new product that will serve 2 organizational businesses 2. Must include description of product 3. Product could be global or national 4. Explain strategy for entering the markets 5. Analyze potential ba

Retention strategy for public sector employees; private vs public

Retention Strategy We are an outside consulting team and we have to propose a strategy for ABS in finding ways of retaining employees in the public sector because they are leaving for private sector positions. Private vs Public in Technologies. (e.g., Eco- sustainable technologies, interconnecting networks, people, proces

Operations Strategy for Jay Evan's business

Using the available resources, discuss specific service issues Evan's organization is realizing. At a minimum, efficiency, responsiveness, quality, and costs should be discussed. Customers have provided some input regarding a number of issues that have been surfacing more frequently than in the past. If you use sources to supp

Operations Strategy Guide for a Business

Applying the operations strategy framework as a guide, develop a presentation that outlines Evan's current business profile. In the presentation, include the following: - Address each major area of the framework (business direction, offerings, resources, discriminators, competitive analysis, performance, customer needs, a

Explain Market Niche Strategies, and Vertical Integration with examples

Explain: 1. A (Focused) Market Niche Strategies and focused (or market niche) strategies. 2. Illustrate with one company that you believe is employing a market niche strategy that is not covered in the attached pages. 3. What are some of the pros and cons of targeting a market niche? Second: Explain: 1. Vertical Inte

Analysis of McDonald's Operations Strategy

For my personal business study guide: Please identify the following by writing a paper (with paragraphs, including an introductory, body, and concluding section): 1) McDonald's main line of business, 2) A specific type of operations process that takes place at McDonald's (either service operations or product operatio

Assumptions, Principles & Constraints

(Assumptions, Principles, and Constraints) Presented below are assumptions, principles, and constraints: 1. Economic entity assumption 5. Historical cost principle 9. Materiality 2. Going concern assumption 6. Matching principle 10. Industry practices 3. Monetary unit assumption 7. Full disclosu

Analyze article: 'How to Sell Services MORE Profitably'

See attached file for the article. Article: Reinartz, W. & Ulaga, W. (2008) "How to Sell Services MORE Profitably," The assigmnent is below: 1. Please read the journal article and discuss the four recommendations authors make to sell services more profitably. 2.Please submit a summary of the article that includes c

Mini Case - Strategic Analysis: YOUR Corporation, a Study in Treachery!

YOUR Corporation is a high tech manufacturer, distributor and seller of "Vapourware". Vapourware, as we all know, is the hi-tech solution to most of the world's problems: instant worldwide communications at the fraction of the cost of cell phones and Internet, 3D interactive TV, virtual meetings and conferences at the press

Analyzing Strategy and Decisions: Kodak, Blockbuster, Wal-Mart

How the below companies analyze their business strategy. Kodak: It misread the trend away from film toward digital photography, and once the trend became obvious, they were too slow to react. It lost the value of the most powerful brand name in photography. Blockbuster: The entire home video rental industry is in danger o

Constraining factors and product lines to emphasize

See attached file. Britt, located in St. Cloud, Minnesota, produces two lines to electric toothbrushes: deluxe and standard. Because Britt can sell all the toothbrushes it can produces, the owners are expanding the plant. They are deciding which product line to emphasize. To make this decision, they assemble the following dat