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The Role of Government and Regulation

Government Regulatory Agencies' Effect on Organizations

How do US government regulatory agencies and laws affect organizations? Choose one or two specific regulatory requirements and explain what effect they have on organizations. How do they differ domestically and internationally?

Ethical Conflicts with Compliance

What are ethical conflicts that may occur between profit margins and complying with laws, regulations and codes available to facilities managers to ensure guest and employee safety

After Enron, WorldCom, Arthur Anderson: Should government have an expanded role?

After the Enron, WorldCom, Arthur Anderson fiascos, and the effects that such major failures continue to have on the public trust everywhere, many advocate for an expanded role of the government in taming and controlling irresponsible management behavior. As an expert economist, members of Congress have asked you, speaking stric

Government Assistance to Small Businesses

Small companies typically have difficulty competing against large multinationals when their governments take part in regional trade blocs. What could governments do to help their small companies compete after the formation of such blocs?

Role of Government

Please help me to make 2 or 3 slides about: (Role of Government in the competitive advantage of nations industries) follow this: 1- Financial 2- Customers 3- enforce environment 4- regulation 5-international policy 6-education 7- trade 8-establish warning system 9-welcome domestic rivalry

The GASB, its Structure, and its Mission

GASB- Identify the organization's mission; what types of entities they regulate, determine if they are regulated by the government, whether they have enforcement authority, and what is their website.

Government and Not-for-Profit accounting

1. The traditional business model of accounting is inadequate for governments and not-for-profit organizations primarily because businesses differ from governments and not-for-profit organizations in that a. They have different missions b. They have fewer assets c. Their assets are intangible d. Taxes are a maj

Government and not-for-profit accounting

I must create an 8-10 PowerPoint slide show and I need some assistance with the topics below. Points of interest: o Compare and contrast the use of budgets between governmental and not for-profit organizations o Analyze the impact on governmental revenue and expenditures of nondiscretionary fiscal policy o Identify key pe

Government Contracts

In the context of government contractual authority, please define express authority, implied authority, and apparent authority and explain the key differences?

Difference in Factors in IFAS and EFAS Analysis

What is the difference between an External Factor Analysis Summary (EFAS) and an Internal Factor Analysis Summary (IFAS)? Which factors are included in an EFAS? How do these factors differ from the factors that are included in an IFAS? Are there any weaknesses to the EFAS or IFAS classification systems? Please si

All Case Studies should include the following in this order: 1. Case Study Title and Page Number from the text. Marketing Malt Liquor. Page 344. 2. An abstract 'summary' of the case (yes, this comes at the beginning). When developing marketing campaigns, it is very important for companies to consider the ethical and legal ramifications of that campaign. This consideration applies especially when the marketing efforts are directed towards minority groups who often times feel targeted by marketing campaigns due to past or present stereotypical discrimination that these groups often experience from organizations. Such was the challenge faced by G. Heileman Brewing Company, a Wisconsin-based brewer seeking to revamp its declining financial situation, upon the introduction of its new malt liquor. Due to the above concerns and boycotting of the product by activist groups, the company was forced to remove the new product from the shelves. Consequently, the report debates whether or not the company did in fact express insensitivity to Blacks with its "Power Master" marketing campaign which also used Black male models. 3. Philosophical questions for which you want answers. What were the company's true motives for using this type of ad? Did the Black models accept the job knowing it was discriminatory? Have other companies gotten away with this type of behavior? Are there other Blacks who hold opposing views of this campaign? What caused the government to be so involved in this case? 4. Researched answers to one of the questions presented with the case. Answer to question #2: In his article, Dan Dimit states that "In my opinion, this is the only way to work with niche markets. To appeal to a particular subgroup of buyers, you must slant your communications to be more relevant to them." This statement relates to the case above by supporting the use of customer-relevant marketing techniques in order for companies to meet marketing demands and company goals (Dimit, Dan, 2008) 5. Conclusions about the case (case specific). In conclusion, the government, as well as many activist groups, held a negative view of G. Heileman Brewing Company "Power Master" campaign due to the perceived negative stereotypes of blacks in the campaign, as well as the marketing of liquor specifically to young Black men. However, there are some companies who feel that G. Heileman Brewing Company was unfairly singled out by the public and the government. These companies argue that the government should worry more about the real problems facing the Black community rather than on issues that have no real basis. 6. Your thoughts about the case. This is where you can put in your thoughts or two-cents. Everything before this should be neutral to your feelings. I command the company for acting accordingly and ethically by removing the product from the shelves. I also feel that the company did what all companies do when focusing on niche market. I would not say the company's marketing efforts were insensitive unless it has a prior history of, or is known for, unethical behavior. However, the fact remains that when considering a marketing campaign; companies must always remember that "Big Brother" is watching. As a result, they should think carefully about whether or not the money is worth spending on that campaign in comparison to the potential headache that may ensue. 7. References Dimit, Dan. (2008). Why Should Internet Marketers Target Their Market? Retrieved on November 14, 2009 from http://www.articlesbase.com/internet-articles/why-should-internet-marketers-target-their-market-604635.html Note: I would like to see two references for each case. One reference will be the text chapter material to support the ethical aspect of the case; the other will be from another source that helps support the case. Please note that quoting information from the case study in the text (same page numbers as the case) when you make the case write-up (#2) should be annotated but doesn't count as one of the two references.

Case 6. Marketing Malt Liquor During the summer of 1991, the surgeon general of the United States and advocacy groups led by the Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI) launched a campaign to remove G. Heileman Brewing Company’s malt liquor PowerMaster from store shelves. The LaCrosse, Wisconsin-based brewer had ex

Should government impose privacy legislation? Five software components of DBMS

1. Should organizations be left to police themselves with respect to providing access to information or should the goverment impose privacy legislation? Please answer this question with respect to (1) Customer information shared by organizations, (2) Employee information shared within a specific organization, and (3) Bu

Law: Roles of State and Fed governments in employment & environmental regulations

A. Prepare an analysis of the roles of State and Federal governments in employment regulation. Include an analysis of important legislation regarding employment regulation and how this legislation affects your employer. B. Prepare an analysis of the roles of State and Federal governments in environmental regulation. Includ

Environmental analyses as they relate to American Express

(http://home3.americanexpress.com/corp/?source=cmhp_inav-aboutus). Using the guidelines established in Chapter 11 of your text, produce a Strategic Audit for American Express. As you produce your Strategic Audit, make sure to include all eight sections. As you produce your Strategic Audit, make sure to include all eight s

Financial discussion questions: income taxes, mergers and government regulations

Hi, I have homework need help getting it done. I have pasted the three questions to be answered. Thanks ---------- Question 1: Does your state have a state income tax and/or a state sales tax? If yes, how does the tax rate compare to other states? If no, what other revenue sources does your state government rely on for

Identify the government agencies that oversee the medicare and medicaid programs

Medicare and Medicaid reimbursement for health care services comprises a significant amount of healthcare reimbursement today. To understand the reimbursement environment in which your members work, you decide to learn more about that payment system. Use the library and your own research to explore CMS (Center for Medicare a

Company/Industry Overview - Starbucks

Company/Industry Overview Select a company or industry with which you are familiar, have access to its financial information. Gain faculty approval for your selection before beginning your assignment. Prepare a 1,050-1,750-word company/industry overview on your selected company or industry. Be sure to include a history of t