Reflection Essay – over 1000 words – A brief overview of the following Five chapters ( 15, 16, 18, 19 and 20 ) from the attached book. – First paragraph, Introduction about the whole chapters tha

Reflection Essay – over 1000 words

– A brief overview of the following Five chapters ( 15, 16, 18, 19 and 20  ) from the attached book.

– First paragraph, Introduction about the whole chapters that will be summarized.

– Write a detailed description of some aspects of the chapters along with examples when it is needed and the experience that you felt was particularly meaningful for you.

– THE MOST IMPORTANT PARAGRAPH is the one that before the conclusion paragraph and it consists around (300 words). In this important paragraph, you write about your experiences in regards these chapters. It must consist of a discussion of what you have personally learned, -your weaknesses and your strengths. Also, discuss your plans for improving your learning experience “of some aspects in the chapters”, how you are going to use the internet “in particular” to fill the gaps in your understanding.

Unit I Essay For this assignment, you will write an essay in which you compare and contrast the following strategic measurement tools used by business and human resource professionals as presented in

Unit I Essay

For this assignment, you will write an essay in which you compare and contrast the following strategic measurement tools used by business and human resource professionals as presented in the Required Unit Resources for this unit. Compare and contrast the following measurement tools.

  • Economic Value Added (EVA)
  • Return on Investment (ROI)
  • Balanced Scorecard (BSC)
  • HR Scorecard

What are the advantages and disadvantages of each measurement tool? Give an example of how each could be used in your current (or a previous) organization.

Support your essay with an introduction as well as a minimum of two references from the CSU Online Library.

Your essay must be at least two pages in length, not counting the title or reference pages. Adhere to APA style when constructing this assignment, including in-text citations and references for all sources that are used. Please note that no abstract is needed.

Students will write a 10 page paper, not including cover page, abstract, or references in the page count, utilizing one of the chapter concepts discussed in the text. The paper should thoroughly discu

Students will write a 10 page paper, not including cover page, abstract, or references in the page count, utilizing one of the chapter concepts discussed in the text. The paper should thoroughly discuss the concept and apply the concept to an everyday life situation. The paper MUST be in APA format.Also, the paper should incorporate at least 5 peer-reviewed journal articles published by 2010. The topic I Have chosen is how you can use operant conditioning to train a dog.

I need help in ethics class. I just had a baby and don’t have time to do this assignment. Instructions: Using the material on moral compasses from weeks 1 and 2, write a paper of no less than 500 wo

I need help in ethics class. I just had a baby and don’t have time to do this assignment.

Instructions:

Using the material on moral compasses from weeks 1 and 2, write a paper of no less than 500 words that accomplishes the following:

  • In a section titled “Theories” identify the 1-4 moral theories you will use to build your compass (deontological, utilitarian, common good, virtue, etc.) along with a short documented definition for each theory. [“documented” in the sense of citing and referencing your source.]
  • In a section titled “Explanation” explain for each theory how it would help you make what you feel would be the right decision and in what situations (ex. Using deontology at work to ensure the company’s policies are kept and its reputation is upheld; Using care ethics at home as a way to be equitable with the kids, etc.).
  • Chose one topic from the Markkula Center for Applied Ethics (under “Ethics Spotlight” ) or another pressing ethical situation you or others you know are facing at the moment and using ether Framework for Ethical Decision Making (Markkula or Brown), walk through the steps to make an ethical decision and justify what you decide is the moral action to take in this situation. Be sure to be clear on which of the two frameworks you are using.

Hi I need help with this project. Thank you

Business Plan (startup, consumers goals, market, etc) project

Original and creative work

NO PLAGIARISM

Hi I need help with this project. Thank you
Mission Statement Provide a brief mission statement for your business. Hint: Refer to the discussion of mission statements in Chapter 14. Be sure to include the name of your business, how you will stand out from your competition, and why a customer will buy from you.       Business Goals Consider the goals for your business. What are three of your business goals for the first year, describe them as well? What are two intermediate to long-term goals?Hint: Be as specific and realistic as possible with the goals you set. For example, if you plan on selling a service, how many customers do you want by the end of the first year and how much do you want each customer to spend? If you plan on selling a good, how many do you hope to sell? Goals should be specific and measurable.       SWOT Analysis Perform a basic SWOT analysis for your business, listing at least three its main strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats and briefly describe each of them.Hint: We explained above what factors you should consider in your basic SWOT analysis. Look around at your world, talk to classmates, or talk to your instructor for other ideas in performing your SWOT analysis. Refer to Chapter 14 Strengths       Weaknesses       Opportunities       Threats       Management Who will manage the business? Hint: Refer to the discussion of managers in Chapters 14. Think about how many levels of management as well as what kinds of managers your business needs.       Organization Chart Show how the “team” fits together by creating a simple organizational chart for your business. Make sure that you organizational chart indicates who will work for each manager as well as each person’s job title.Hint: Most businesses start off quite small. However, as you create your organizational chart, consider what your business will look like in the future. What different tasks are involved in the business? Who will each person report to in the organizational structure? Refer to the discussion of organizational structure in Chapter 14 for information to get you started.       Floor Plan Create a floor plan of the business. What does it look like when you walk through the door?Hint: When sketching your floor plan, consider where equipment, supplies, and furniture will be located. Ask your instructor how they would like you to submit the floor plan for your business. Please note, if you are not able to upload the floor plan then you can sketch on the paper and email me. Also, make a note that you emailed me.       Raw Materials and Supplies Explain what types of raw materials and supplies will you need to run your business. How will you produce your good or service? What equipment do you need? What hours will you operate?Hint: Refer to the discussion of operations in Chapter 17 for information to get you started.       Quality Assurance What steps will you take to ensure that the quality of the product or service stays at a high level? Who will be responsible for maintaining the quality of the product or service (or both)?Hint: Refer to the discussion of quality improvement and Total Quality Management in Chapter 17 for information to get you started.       Corporate Culture What do you see as the “corporate culture” of your business? What types of employee behaviors, such as organizational citizenship, will you expect?Hint: Will your business demand a casual environment or a more professional environment? Refer to the discussion on employee behavior in Chapter 2 for information on organizational citizenship and other employee behaviors.       Leadership Philosophy What is your philosophy on leadership/leadership style and why? How will you manage your employees day-to-day?Hint: Refer to the discussion on leadership in Chapter 14 to help you formulate your thoughts.       Job Descriptions Looking back at your organizational chart in Part 2, briefly create a job description for each team member.Hint: As you learned in Chapter 15, a job description lists the duties and responsibilities of a job; its working conditions; and the tools, materials, equipment and information used to perform it. Imagine your business on a typical day. Who is working and what are each person’s responsibilities? (Note that if your business is very large, you should ask your instructor how many positions he or she would like you to create job descriptions for.)       Job Specifications Next, create a job specification for each job, listing the skills and other credentials and qualifications needed to perform the job effectively.Hint: As you write your job specifications, consider what you would write if you were making an ad for the position. What would the new employee need to bring to the job in order to qualify for the position? Refer to Chapter 15. Insert Job Title #1:       Insert Needed Skills/Credentials/Qualification for Job:       Insert Job Title #2:       Insert Needed Skills/Credentials/Qualification for Job:       Insert Job Title #3:       Insert Needed Skills/Credentials/Qualification for Job:       Training Employees What sort of training, if any, will your employees need once they are hired? How will you provide this training?Hint: Refer to the discussion of training in Chapter 15. Will you offer your employees on-the-job training? Off-the-job training? Vestibule training?       Compensation A major factor in retaining skill workers is a company’s compensation system—the total package of rewards that it offers employees in return for their labor. Part of this compensation system includes wages/salaries. What wages or salaries will you offer for each job? Why did you decide on that pay rate?Hint: Refer to Chapter 15 for more information on forms of compensation. You may also want to check out sites like www.salary.com, which includes a salary wizard you can use to determine how much people with different job titles are making in your area and across the United States.       Benefits As you learned in Chapter 15, benefits are nonfinancial forms of compensation provided to employees. What benefits will you use to motivate your workforce?Hint: Be creative and look beyond a simple answer such as giving pay increases. Ask yourself, who are my employees and what is important to them? Refer to Chapter 15 and online research for more information on the types of benefits you may want to consider.       Target Market Describe your target market in terms of age, education level, income, and other demographic variables.Hint: Refer to Chapter 11 for more information on the aspects of target marketing and market segmentation that you may want to consider. Be as detailed as possible about who you think your customers will be.       Product Features and Benefits Describe the features and benefits of your product or service.Hint: As you learned in Chapter 12, a product is a bundle of attributes—features and benefits. What features does your product have—what does it look like and what does it do? How will your product benefit the buyer?       Product Differentiation How will you make your product stand out in the crowd?Hint: As you learned in Chapter12. There are many ways to stand out in the crowd, such as a unique product, outstanding service, or a great location. What makes your “great idea” special? Does it fill an unmet need in the marketplace? How will you differentiate your product to make sure that it succeeds?       Pricing What pricing strategy will you choose for your product, and what are the reasons for this strategy?Hint: Refer to Chapter 13 for more information on pricing strategies and tactics. Since your business is new, so is the product. Therefore, you probably want to choose between price skimming and penetration pricing. Which will you choose, and why?       Place (Distribution) Issues Where will customers find your product or service? (That is, what issues of the distribution mix should you consider?)Hint: If your business will sell its product directly to consumers, what types of retail stores will sell your product? If your product will be sold to another business, which channel of distribution will you use? Refer to Chapter 13 for more information on aspects of distribution you may want to consider.       Advertising How will you advertise to your target market? Why have you chosen these forms of advertisement?Hint: Marketers use several different advertising media—specific communication devices for carrying a seller’s message to potential customers—each having its advantages and drawbacks. Refer to Chapter 12 for a discussion of the types of advertising media you may wish to consider here.       Promotions What other methods of promotion will you use, and why?Hint: There’s more to promotion than simple advertising. Other methods include personal selling, sales promotions, and publicity and public relations. Refer to the discussion of promotion in Chapter 12 for ideas on how to promote your product that go beyond just advertising.       IT Resources What kind of IT resources will your business require?Hint: Think about the employees in your business and what they will need in order to do their jobs. What computer hardware and software will they need? Will your business need a network and an Internet connection? What type of network? Refer to Chapter 16.       Customer Services How will you use information technology to keep track of your customers and potential customers? Hint: Many businesses—even small businesses—use databases to keep track of their customers. Will your business require a database? What about other information systems?       Cost of Doing BUSINESS (25 Points) What are the costs of doing business? Equipment, supplies, salaries, rent, utilities, and insurance are just some of these expenses. Estimate what it will cost to do business for one year. Hint: Insert the costs associated with doing business in the following table. The list below provides some hints as to where you can get this information. Note that these are just estimates—just try your best to include accurate costs for the expenses you think will be a part of doing business. Hints for each expense in the table below: Rent: Refer to the floor plan. How many square feet is your place of business? What is the “going rate” per square foot for office space in your community? A real estate agent or a local SBA representative (www.sba.gov) can also be helpful in answering this question. Salaries: Refer to the organizational chart. How much will each employee earn? How many hours will each employee be needed on a weekly basis? Once you’ve determined the weekly cost, then expand it to a monthly and a yearly cost. Supplies: Refer to the floor plan. How much will all of the computers, equipment, and furniture cost? What kinds of general office supplies will you need? Most prices for this information can be found on an office supply website such as www.staples.com. Advertising and Other Promotions: Refer to your marketing section. You have described how you wish to reach your customer—now you need to decide how much it will cost. If you are using television, contact the sales department at a local station. If you are using a newspaper, contact their advertising department. Salespeople are usually happy to answer your questions. Utilities: These amounts will vary, depending on your business and what utilities you will pay. If your business looks like an office, then this cost may be similar to what a homeowner pays. However, if your business involves making a product, then the costs will be significant. An SBA representative can be a good resource. Insurance: This value will be affected by the nature of the business. More equipment will usually mean higher insurance costs. Again, contact an SBA representative for feedback. Expenses Expected Monthly Cost Expected Yearly Cost Rent             Salaries and Wages             Supplies: Technological, Equipment, and Furniture (computers, software, copy machine, desks, chairs, etc.), other             Advertising and Other Promotions             Utilities: Heat, Electricity, etc.             Telephone and Internet             Insurance             Other (specify)             Total             Expected Revenue How much will you charge for your product? How many products do you believe that you can sell in one year (or how many customers do you think your business can attract)? Multiply the price you will charge by the number of products you hope to sell or the amount you hope each customer will spend. This will give you an estimate of your revenues for one year. I need monthly and yearly revenues. Profit= Revenues – Expenses       Start up Costs How much do you estimate it to cost to start up your business?       Financing Where will you get your financing for start-up costs? Will the partners contribute any? Will you get the remaining financing from a financial institution or from a private investor?       executive summary (15 Points) Now, create an executive summary for your business plan. The executive summary should be brief – at least one full page no more than two pages long – and should cover the following points: Do not write the question in the summary. Use double-space and 12 font. Use APA standard format. The name of your business Where your business will be located The mission of your business The product or service you are selling Who your ideal customers are How your product or business will stand out in the crowd Who the owners of the business are and what experience they have An overview of the future prospects for your business and industry Hint: At this point, you’ve already answered all of these questions, so what you need to do here is put the ideas together into a “snapshot” format. The executive summary is really a sales pitch – it’s the investor’s first impression of your idea. Therefore, as with all parts of the plan, write in a clear and professional way. Once you have written the executive summary, copy and paste it so that it falls at the beginning of your business plan as the very first element.      

You have to write a summary of 5 pages of an interview conducted to an entrepreneur. You can make an entrepreneur up in whatever field you desire.

You have to write a summary of 5 pages of an interview conducted to an entrepreneur. You can make an entrepreneur up in whatever field you desire.

Answer all correctly 1) Half-life 2) adverse reactions vs side effects (know your definitions) 3) Superinfection 4) Foley Catheter care 5) Identify nephrotoxic antibiotics 6)

Answer all correctly

1)     Half-life

2)     adverse reactions vs side effects (know your definitions)

3)     Superinfection

4)     Foley Catheter care

5)     Identify nephrotoxic antibiotics

6)     Identify ototoxic antibiotics

7)     Identify hepatotoxic antibiotics

8)     Identify antibiotics that cause photosensitivity

9)     Common alternative antibiotics for patient with hypersensitivity to penicillin

10)  Identify antibiotics that may alter the color of urine while taking

11)  Which TB med is prescribed for the family when a member is Dx with TB

12)  What occurs when Peak or trough levels are too high or low

13)  Which precautions used for TB patients in the hospital (review airborne, contact, etc…)

14)  Should a patient with VRE have a private room in the hospital?

15)  Air borne precautions protocols (ex. Can a door or window be left open in their rooms, etc..)

16)  Why are some medications given on an empty stomach?

17)  Possible effects of PCN’s taken with anticoagulants (ex. Warfarin)

18)  When should first antibiotics be administered when cultures are ordered?

19)   candida albicans oral infection (pharm management, clinical manifestations)

20)  signs and symptoms of anaphylactic reaction

21)  what does it mean to be “colonized” with a bacteria

22)  Which antibiotics can cause staining of the teeth, how old should a patient be before we prescribe these types of antibiotics?

23)  When should Neuraminidase inhibitors be given? (relating to onset of symptoms)

24)  Factors that contribute to bacterial resistance to antibiotics

25)  How do you administer an IV antibiotic to reduce the occurrence of red man syndrome?

26)  Pharmacological management of  vaginal candidiasis

27)  The sequence of precautions for droplet isolation (ex. we do what, in which order)

Please read the instruction file and follow it exactly to make the final powerpoint by editing this powerpoint. All information and slides are given.

Please read the instruction file and follow it exactly to make the final powerpoint by editing this powerpoint. All information and slides are given.  (There are two files, one is microsoft access and is not working well)

Please read the instruction file and follow it exactly to make the final powerpoint by editing this powerpoint. All information and slides are given.
Personal Insurance, Inc. Creating and Modifying Tables and Other Database Objects GETTING STARTED Open the file SC_AC19_1a_FirstLastName_1.accdb, available for download from the SAM website. Save the file as SC_AC19_1a_FirstLastName_2.accdb by changing the “1” to a “2”. If you do not see the .accdb file extension in the Save As dialog box, do not type it. The program will add the file extension for you automatically. Open the _GradingInfoTable table and ensure that your first and last name is displayed as the first record in the table. If the table does not contain your name, delete the file and download a new copy from the SAM website. PROJECT STEPS Personal Insurance, Inc. is a national company that insures homeowners and renters. It also offers umbrella policies that provide additional coverage. As a regional manager, you’ve decided to create an Access database to better manage information on customers and policies. Create a new table in Datasheet View with the following options: Rename the default primary key ID field PolicyNumber and change the data type to Short Text. PolicyNumber should remain the primary key. Add a new field with the name CustomerID and the Short Text data type. Change the field size of the CustomerID field to 7. Add a new field with the name PersonalProperty and the Currency data type.Save the table using Renters as the name. With the Renters table still open in Datasheet View, add the record shown in Table 1. Save and close the Renters table. Table 1: Record for Renters Table PolicyNumber CustomerID PersonalProperty R10223 11004 75,000 Create a new table in Design View to store the clients of Personal Insurance, Inc. who own homes as follows: Add a field with the name PolicyNumber and the AutoNumber data type. Set PolicyNumber as the table’s primary key.Save the table with the name Homeowners but do not close it. With the Homeowners table still open in Design View, add a second field to the table with the field name CustomerID and the Short Text data type. Save the table and then close it. Open the Customers table in Design View and change the name of the field named First to FirstName and use LastName to change the name of the field named Last. With the Customers table still open in Design View, change the data type property for the CustomerID field from Number to Short Text. In Design View, add a new field to the Customers table after the PostalCode field. The field should be named DateOfBirth and have the Date/Time data type. Save the Customers table. Switch the Customers table to Datasheet View, navigate to the third record (which has a CustomerID field value of 11003), and delete the record. With the Customers table still open in Datasheet View, navigate to the fifth record (which has a CustomerID field value of 11006) and change the value to Alberts for the LastName field. Close the Customers table. You also need to view individual customer records. Use the Form tool to create a form for the Customers table. Save the form with the name Customer Data Form and confirm that the form matches Figure 1. Close the form. Figure 1: Customer Data Form in Form View Use the Simple Query Wizard to create a query based on the Umbrella table with the following options: Include all fields from the Umbrella table in the query.Save the query with the name Umbrella Query (which is the default name) and then close the query. You need to refer to a printed copy of the Umbrella table when assigning consultants to projects. Use the Report Wizard to create a report based on the Umbrella table with the following options: Include all fields from the Umbrella table in the report. Do not include any grouping levels. Sort the report by CustomerID in Ascending order. Select Tabular as the layout of the report and Portrait as the orientation of the report.Save the report using Umbrella Report as the name. Confirm that the report matches Figure 2 and then close the report. Figure 2: Umbrella Report in Report View In the Navigation Pane, use Umbrella Data Form to rename the Umbrella form. Save and close any open objects in your database. Compact and repair your database, close it, and then exit Access. Follow the directions on the SAM website to submit your completed project.