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Hybrid on Line Instruction Essay

… Hybrid Online Instruction

There is push of the higher education towards novel instruction delivery models by the advent of the internet. This leads to the student being the focus of the learning process and the new models results into the creation of instructions which are tailor made for the student delivery. Self paced learning approach has become popular because of the different learning styles of the student that have evolved. Therefore technology has been integrated in this self paced learning whereby interactive computer programs, interactive audio visual programs and audio visual cassettes. Again the focus on the skills development of the student as a competency rather than the focus on the knowledge obtained by the student is a debatable issue though recent industrial trends are…. [read more]


Marketing Plan for Swagster Marketing Plan

… It is saving the company a lot of money and it allows the company to distribute their bikes throughout the country, through deanships that have already been established.

Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threat Analysis (SWOT)

The biggest strength that the Swagster has to offer is a quality product. The Swagster is the only known hybrid motorcycle on the market that can perform at the same level as a non-hybrid motorcycle. Another strength that the organization holds is that they understand the business operation of their major competitor.

The two biggest weakness of the company is their lack of brand recognition and lack of financing. The company does not have the kind of financing as its competitors; therefore they cannot market to the customers in the…. [read more]


Protecting Police and Engaging Citizens Term Paper

… These names should not be construed as flippant or in any way diminishing the significance of strategies to keep policemen safe in the community.

Friendly cop, aloof cop. One out of every pair or every group of officers on duty must maintain a high level of alertness and must resist casual engagement by community members and distractions of any kind that would diminish his or her acute watchful state. It simply is not possible to alert fellow officers to potential harm or to protect them in an escalating situation while completing paperwork or stirring half-and-half into a Venti.

Bond, James Bond. Officers should assume, like every 007 worth his salt, that the environment they are presently in can quickly sour, or the next environment they…. [read more]


Organizational Behavior Q's Classical Theory Is Concerned Thesis

… Organizational Behavior Q's

Classical theory is concerned primarily -- perhaps even solely -- with the organization of work, employees, and resources in a way that maximizes efficiency and thus profitability. Max Weber was one of the progenitors of this theory; he saw society as a whole as an organized structure with constituent parts in constant communication and adjustment with each other; this is primarily how this theory views business organizations as well. Behavioral theory, in contrast, asserts that certain learnable behavioral traits, especially in leaders, determine motivation and productivity. This theory places the burden of profitability on individual behaviors rather than on overall organizational structure (though neither individual behavior nor organizational structure are necessarily excluded from consideration by either theory; it is more a matter…. [read more]


Hypothetical Project of Amazon.com Term Paper

… 85

95.53

less Tax

43.72

48.09

52.90

58.19

64.01

70.41

The net present value calculation is as follows:

Cash Flow

0

1

2

3

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6

Initial Outlay

-180

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0

0

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Install

-12

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Salvage

0

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25

in WC

-32.4

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Depr. Benefit 0

11.88

19.01

11.40

6.84

6.84

3.43

Operating Flow

0.00

43.72

48.09

52.90

58.19

64.01

70.41

Future Cash Flow

-224.40

55.60

67.10

64.30

65.03

70.85

98.84

PV

NPV

IRR

20%

d

0.02647

The payback period for this project is 3.575 years. This is based on the first three years paying back all but $37.4 million, and the expected rate of cash flow…. [read more]


Data Replication Research Paper

… ¶ … Replication

Today, there are a lot of different data warehouse architectures intended to meet the users' requirements. Characteristically, data warehouses are comprised of a distributed data design with the mass transfers of data happening during off hours and widespread interactive querying going on at peak hours of the day. Therefore, correct planning for warehouse operations is very significant, particularly a company's network communications. To put off performance disasters, system professionals should be implicated in each stage of warehouse planning and expansion, as well as implementation. Network analysis should believe a number of matters, for example how frequently data updates should take place, how they ought to be planned, when they should happen, how much interactive reservations to permit, how the front-end tools operate,…. [read more]


Alternative Fuel Vehicles Research Proposal

… Alternative Fuel Vehicles

Alternative fueled vehicles use forms of energy other than conventional and traditional gasoline and diesel fuel. Included in those alternative forms of fuel are fuels such as methanol, ethanol, compressed natural gas, liquefied petroleum gas, or electricity. Consumers appear to have mixed beliefs and opinions about the purchase and use of the alternative fuel vehicles and no one company has as of yet fully committed to the production of these vehicles although some companies are producing a hybrid line of vehicles. In addition the choices that are presently available for purchase of alternative fuel vehicles are quite limited. It is presently unknown how the general population perceives the alternative fueled vehicle and how successful the marketing of this vehicle will actually be.…. [read more]


English Creative Writing in Singapore Dissertation

… Creative Writing in English: Singapore



Singapore



Singapore is a country in which the learning of the English language has become vitally important. For many students, the learning of the English Language is dependent upon the development of creative writing skills. Creative writing is used as a learning tool because it permits students to write in a manner that allows them to feel comfortable as they become more proficient in using the English language. Creative writing is utilized as a mechanism that allows students to expand their vocabulary and improve comprehension skills. In recent years creative writing in the English language for junior college students and into adult working life in Singapore has been encouraged. The goal of the study…. [read more]


Grant Proposal for Computers and Software Term Paper

… ¶ … Reading Comprehension Among Middle School Students (Grades K6-K8) in Title I Programs - Grant Proposal

Project Summary/Introduction

The purpose of this project is to increase reading comprehension among middle school students (grades K6-K8) in Title I programs at XYZ SCHOOL by providing high quality, engaging content through a mini classroom lab using interactive software from Plato Learning. These Title I students face challenges in developing vocabulary, locating and recalling information and reading for meaning and critical analysis.

Many research reviews have found evidence of a positive association between use of discrete educational software (DES) products and student achievement in reading (Murphy, Penuel, Means, Korbak & Whaley, 2001; Kulik & Kulik, 1991; Kulik, 1994; Fletcher-Flinn & Gravatt, 1995; Ryan, 1991). These findings reveal that…. [read more]


Problem Solving Merging Essay

… The basis of the conflict between Compaq and DEC operating units would not be resolved quickly, even after the smaller disagreements the case alludes to were solved. Both company's IT departments continued to be at odds with each other, with DEC's highly decentralized IT architecture and organization forced to become more centralized and controlled by a single IT department. DEC had however grown their mid-range server and high-end workstation businesses into global market leaders using the build-to-order strategies of Dell and others as a model. Compaq could not abandon these product liens after the merger; they represented too much gross margin and profits. As a result, Compaq integrated these more agile production methods and sourcing strategies into their business forcing the company to have a…. [read more]


Solving the 1D Bin Packing Thesis

… The NASA antenna was created using "evolutionary computation" programs, so named because they solve problems in a way that mimics biological evolution, natural selection, and "the survival of the fittest" (2009, p. 23). It is also important to point out, though, that the "automatic" aspects of the design process are based on carefully formulated requirements that software engineers must develop based on the specific requirements of the initiative. In the case of the NASA space antenna, the "fitness criteria" for the design specified that the antenna must be able to transmit and receive signals broadcast within certain frequency parameters as well as the antenna's overall size; however, these fitness criteria to not instruct the algorithm as to what types of materials should be used or…. [read more]


Google Glass Innovation Essay

… ¶ … Business: Google Glass

Design for Business: Analysis of Google Glass

Google's rapid dominance of online search, contextual advertising, mobile operating system and application development initially created a polyglot of visual languages, design guidelines and paradigms. Products looked, operated and interacted inconsistently with each other, a strategic weakness that Larry Page quickly addressed when he was appointed CEO in January, 2011 (Google Investor Relations. 2014). An initial project to unify all design, development and user experience standards into a single, cohesive platform, code named Kanna, had failed (Hamburger, 2014). Undaunted by that failure, Larry Page made consistency of design guidelines, visual languages and the development of cohesive, company-wide design frameworks and direction his top priority. Called Project Kennedy, Mr. Page quickly initiated a company-wide…. [read more]


Ford vs. GM Essay

… Ford has also struggled mightily at times in the last 10-20 years but one thing that they can say that GM cannot is that they did not take a government bailout (or government money of any other sort) during the recent economic crisis which is something that Chrysler and General Motors cannot say.

Ford's brand offerings are a lot slimmer than General Motors, even when taking other nameplates into account. At this time, Ford is really limited to just its Ford flagship brand and Lincoln. The prior-owned companies like Land Rover, Volvo, Aston Martin, Merkur and Jaguar were all sold off to other companies. Mercury, which was active since 1939, was eliminated by Ford in 2011. Much like GM and their Volt offering, Ford is…. [read more]


Toyota Strategic Management for Decades Essay

… Furthermore, Toyota has also introduced a new quality response network that will allow to be more responsive if quality issues do arise. The objectives of the response system include responding to any quality incident within twenty four hours of it being reported which can help the company identify if the problem was an issue that arose in the manufacturing process that could affect other models as well. After a quality problem identified a specialist will then try to determine a specific root cause for the problem.

Toyota has also realized the need to improve its human resource capabilities in regard to effectively manage its growth. The company realized that some of the quality problems are a result of inadequately trained managers which was one of…. [read more]


Tourism Research Philosophies and Principles Assessment

… In addition, they employed the 'interpretative' paradigm's Quantitative Method by value-laden examination of the hotel guests in an attempt to understand the guests' behaviour and underlying reasons for reusing or failing to reuse guest towels. Through a carefully worded four-page questionnaire, careful selection of cooperative hotels, careful selection of appropriate guests, and well-placed rewards, Mair and Bergin-Seers were able to accumulate nearly more than one would want to know about hotel guests' reuse of towels.

They were able to amass the following demographic results:

(MAIR & BERGIN-SEERS, 2010).

Mair and Bergin-Seers also accumulated the following data on the impact of the towel reuse requests:

(MAIR & BERGIN-SEERS, 2010).

Mair and Bergin-Seers also divided impact according to which of the four requests each guest received:

(MAIR…. [read more]


Macro-Environment Socio-Cultural and Demographics Demand SWOT

… The focus of the Harley Davidson foundation is to have three main dimensions; social, economical and environmental issues. This means that the corporate strategy is to support sustainability at all levels. The motorcycle manufacturing plants are design to be easily convertible to motor vehicle manufacturing plants should there be a need of an exit strategy. The business strategy at Harley Davidson is to fully support the processes of globalization and exhibit its characteristics. R&D has therefore been continuously been used by Harley Davidson in order to have a competitive advantage over its competitors. The R&D system at Harley Davidson is remarkable. This is because it is systematic in its approach to challenges of durability, product reliability as well as performance. Harley Davidson has a proactive…. [read more]


General Motors Company and Alternatives Case Study

… S.…. Domestically, rising truck sales are good for profits, which carry much higher profit margins than cars, and internationally, its new line of subcompacts, such as the Chevrolet Sonic, are expected to drive big sales gains in China, Brazil and India" (Byrt 2011),

While the Volt and its trucks and SUVs are far from inexpensive, GM has been striving to expand its outreach into the smaller, budget car market, an arena which it always faltered, particularly in terms its relationship with Toyota, which not only introduced the first, popular marketable hybrid car in the form of the Prius but also drew many customers away from GM with its more fuel-efficient 'family cars,' the Corolla and Camry. GM's current challenge to Toyota in this market is…. [read more]


Sustainability Skills Term Paper

… Sustainability in the UK Construction industry

Can the UK Construction Industry Meet the Challenges of Sustainable Development?

Issues such as climate change, a rapidly growing global population, pollution, and other environmental issues have brought the global community together with the realization that the way that we have been doing things cannot continue. The last century was dominated by rapid economic growth and development, without regard to the long-term effects on the environment. Now, the world has come to the realization that these practices cannot continue and that we must all do our part to ensure a secure future for the generations that follow us.

The construction industry is one of the biggest culprits, in terms of environmental impact. The construction industry cuts down millions of…. [read more]


Wonderful Job Helping Session Capstone Project

… Developing new technologies like green cars provides the company with the opportunity of increasing its competitiveness in the luxury car market. This is because majority of its competitors do not have environment friendly cars.

Reducing its lead times and costs while humanizing quality is one of the business strategies that Lexus Corporation can implement. This would allow the company to become a large company that earns more than the other luxury car companies.

For its functional strategy, Lexus Corporation needs to think long-term. This will allow its managerial decision to be more philosophical. Having managers who think of way to solve customer problems, add value to their customers and company, and realizing that problem solving steers company learning. Problem solving should be based on people…. [read more]


Project Management Term Paper

… According to its corporate profile, Keppel Offshore & Marine, integrating the experience and expertise of Keppel FELS, Keppel Shipyard, Keppel Singmarine and Keppel yards overseas, was established in 2002 (About Us 2004). Keppel Shipyard Benoi is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Keppel Corporation, one of the largest offshore and marine groups in the world. The company enjoys a strategic network of 16 yards serving regions including Asia Pacific, Gulf of Mexico, Brazil, Caspian Sea, Middle East and the North Sea (About Us 2004). The Keppel Shipyard (Benoi) specifications are set forth in the table below.

Yard Size

350,000 sq m

Berthage

1,163 m

Drydocks

No. 1 drydock

300,000 dwt

350m x 60m

No. 2 drydock

170,000 dwt

300m x 60m

Mooring Quay

No. 1 quay

Length…. [read more]


Teach Students Who First Language Term Paper

… One recommended approach would enable long periods of absolute English immersion that includes opportunities to communicate and interact with native English speakers (Haas, 2009). Moreover, both the immersion component and the bilingual component of these hybrid programs should be accountable for achieving standard benchmarks (Haas, 2009).

The tendency is to think of bilingual education as focusing on Hispanic students, but this is decidedly a limited perspective (Haas, 2009). Students who need to learn English in order to fully participate in the schools they attend cross all grade levels (Haas, 2009). Moreover, the number of foreign languages represented in any given school can be quite large (Haas, 2009). During the time of the public brouhaha of the Umz Initiative, one teacher reported that, "I have had…. [read more]


History of Graphic Design Technology Term Paper

… History Of Graphic Design Technology

In today's world, everything seems to be easily done with the use of computers. From writing stuffs, to presentation and even communication, computers really paved the way. One of the latest movements in computer technology use is the introduction of graphic designs.

Graphic designing is the 'art and profession' of choosing and organizing visual elements to transmit a message. The various types of visual elements involved in this are typography, images, symbols, and colors. Graphic design is also commonly called as "visual communications" which can be attributed to that collaboration of disciplines involved in this method such as the writers' production of words, the photographers' and illustrators' creation of images and the designers' incorporation of all these things into a…. [read more]


Aviation Accidents & Situational Awareness Dissertation

… High Reliability or Normal Accidents: A critical examination of situational awareness and its value in reducing human errors in aviation ground operations



Acronyms



The concept of situational awareness



Level 1 SA -- Perception Of The Elements In The Environment.



Level 2 SA -- Comprehension Of The Current Situation.



Level 3 SA -- Projection Of Future Status.



Situation Awareness Requirements



Theories of Situational Awareness



Three-level model



Interactive sub-systems



The perceptual cycle



Summary of the theories



Preparing for thematic synthesis



Searching



Qualitative assessment

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African Restaurants in NYC Article

… Around 4 pm, he goes to Ponty where things are being set up for the dinner shift. During dinner, Elhadji bounds through the restaurant, helping to expedite orders and making sure to greet customers. He completes his day at Manhattan home with a two-hour session on his computer to check email, stay in touch with vendors and distributors.

A variety of factors have helped propel this wave of African restaurants. Some are connected to immigration, a growing familiarity with this population, and an overall trend towards a more adventurous taste in eating. Serving African cuisine presents certain challenges. It can be harder to find African chefs due to the relative dearth of qualified people even in New York City. However, New York's African immigrants have…. [read more]


HRM Outline Human Resource Management an Analysis Thesis

… HRM Outline

Human Resource Management

An analysis of how to utilize Human Resources to create or maintain a competitive advantage within the modern business environment.

Synthesis Review

Leadership Background

Organizational Leadership Models

Leadership Development

Employee Selection

Training

Learning Culture

Cultural Dimension

Every modern organization has a human resources department to manage its employees and can range from a single person to an entire human resources department with hundreds of HR employees. Furthermore, human resources can be considered more of a support function or administrative function in some organizations, while in others it is considered the backbone that can drive an organization to innovation and build a learning culture and create a competitive advantage in the industry. The problem in many modern organizations is that they…. [read more]


Eveland's Research Design Is Quasi-experimental Essay

… The rules set up clear boundaries between research and practiced medicine. The rules define or provide a sort of cost-benefit analysis with regard to using human test subjects as a part of research.

Furthermore these federal rules provide clearcut guidelines in the selection process of research or experimentation involving human subjects. Finally, the rules make clear that there must be informed consent of the human subjects regarding the nature of the research settings. These rules were influenced by a document called the Belmont Report that was published shortly before the Federal Human Subjects Protection rules were established. The overall intention of the rules and the commission that governs or oversees these kinds of issues within behavioral research, is to make sure that the use of…. [read more]


IBM DB2 Express Essay

… There are also batch-oriented programming tasks that can be invoked from the command line, which would be extremely valuable in shell scripting environments. In future programming projects the use of their multidimensional table support in conjunction with shell scripting will show the full value of this database application. The use of shell scripting for recursive logic over the database tables also show potential for creating enterprise-wide applications as well. There is much potential in the structure of this application.

The administrative functions and features of this application are also easily customized to the specific needs of a user, or in the case of a company using it, an entire organization IBM has made it possible to create multiple partitions that allow for multiple DB2-based applications…. [read more]


Sustainability Capstone Project

… However, this is not an excuse on a community or individual level to forego attempts to foster sustainability. Traveling by bike or by foot, spending more for sustainably-raised items, and supporting leaders who advocate placing environmentalism at the forefront of the national agenda are all actions we can and must take to ensure the needed collective actions are undertaken to improve the world's environment before it is too late.

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http://www.deepecology.org/movement.htm

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http://www.deepecology.org/platform.htm

Saunders, Paul & Vaughan Turekian. "Why climate change can't be stopped." Foreign Policy.

25 Sept 2007.…. [read more]


Business Namaste Solar Case Insight Essay

… The investment may also provide a nice return on investment for the equity owners. This may be attractive for some of the employees, especially as the only way of selling the shares appears to be by leaving the firm. However, if the investment was taken it is highly likely the collaborative corporate culture would be eroded as the new owner would want to exercise their own control, with the benefits and general high level of engagement associated with the shared ownership may be undermined. This may result in increased attrition and a lowering level of interest in the success of the firm by the employees. It is notable, when the firm started; one of the frustrations of the founders was their involvement in privately owned…. [read more]


Marketing Communication Plan for Re-Launched Cadbury Wispa Bar Marketing Plan

… ¶ … relaunch of Cadbury's Wispa bar. Through case study examination and marketing communication planning, the study acknowledges successes surrounding the relaunch of the Cadbury Wispa bar, and aims to sustain and extend Wispa brand and product success. In particular, the study cites, for example, pull positioning strategy as a strategic tenet. Moreover, for organization of the study, the paper encompasses the following sequential sections: Introduction, Situation Analysis, Marketing Communication Objectives, Marketing Communication Strategy, Marketing Communication Tactics, Action, and Control and Evaluation.

Cadbury and Kraft Foods: Corporate Profiles

Cadbury is a leading, global, confectionery manufacturer (GlobalData, 2010) that specializes in chocolate confections or sweets. Its brand and heritage dates back to 1824 when John Cadbury opened a grocery store, and purported cocoa and drinking chocolate…. [read more]

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