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Pulling out of a parking spot

Some examples of research questions that could be addressed address using a
naturalistic observation study include:
• Do people take longer to pull out of a parking spot when there is another car
waiting to take their spot?
• Is there a relationship between gender and jaywalking?
• Do people tend to smile more on sunny days?

The burden of living for those around us

When we lessen the burden of living for those around us – we are doing well. When we add misery – we are not.
Do a simple kindness every day. And refrain from doing something unkind.
The quality of our lives depends on the quality of our relationships.
Would you agree?

Controling environment

ACC 411 Milestone Two Guidelines and Rubric
Overview: Careful planning is a critical part of the success of every audit. However, planning is not simply done at the beginning of the audit but is a continuous
and iterative process in which the results of one stage of the audit often necessitate revisions to plans for the next stage.
Prompt: Using your analysis of the business environment of RNS from Milestone One, as well as your textbook reading on planning an audit of cash accounts,
write an audit program (plan) that could be used to evaluate RNS’s internal controls for cash. Be sure your program addresses each component of internal
control.
Specifically, the following critical elements must be addressed:
I. Write an audit program for internal control of cash in Word or Excel. The following components must be included:
A. Control environment
B. Risk assessment
C. Control activities
D. Information and communication
E. Monitoring

Individual International Strategic Brand Marketing Plan

A strategic marketing plan is where the two indispensable disciplines of research and analysis come into play. The purpose of the plan is to review and assess the existing circumstances of both the business and the market, to determine marketing objectives and strategies, and establish the actions an organisation intends to take in order to achieve its marketing and business goals. The marketing plan’s ultimate use is to strategically improve brand awareness and traffic and sales through systematic research and planning.
The objective of this assignment is to simulate a fashion marketing case in which you are creating an International Strategic Brand Marketing plan for a specific brand, in a new territory or region. Based on your research analysis, you will design and create an International Strategic Brand Marketing Plan of 2,500 words. The strategy must include; the rationale behind your choice of new territory (country and town) to enter, and how this will support increased revenues for the business.
The content selection of the individual International Strategic Brand Marketing Plan should include the following structure:
Situation Analysis:
–‐ Where is the brand available?
–‐ What is the current state of the market?
–‐ Utilise SWOT and PESTEL analysis
Objectives:
–‐ Where do you see the business wants to go?
–‐ What are the market opportunities?
Strategy and tactics:
–‐ Who is the target audience, what influences them?
–‐ What marketing actions should the brand engage in?
Sales forecasts, predicted costs and budgets:
–‐ How much will it cost? (make sure your marketing plans are realistic)
–‐ What is the predicted return on investment?
This should be delivered in formal report format and include the following;
• Title Page, including the given title in full.
• Contents Page
• executive Summary and Introduction
• Main body, which should also be organised under appropriate headings.
• Conclusion and Recommendations
• Reference List
• Appendices, which should be numbered.

Sample Intake Examination for Therapeutic Exercise

George lives with his elderly parents and is their caregiver. He has a brother that lives in another city but rarely visits the family. He has never been married. His cultural background is Italian. He loves eating rich Italian foods.

Occupation/Leisure:
George is currently employed as a special education teacher at a local middle school. His recreational activity is watching movies at home or in the local theater.

Growth and Development:
George is right hand and foot dominant.

Living Environment
George lives with his elderly parents. George drives a car and has no limitations for community accessibility.

General Health Status Habits and Behaviors/Past/Present:
George’s range of motion is also inhibited by his sedentary lifestyle.

Medical Surgeries/Psychological History/Medication: Current/Past:
George has no history of any major surgeries. He has never sought psychological treatment or take prescribed medication. George admit to taking Advil, Tylenol, and Naproxen all over the counter drugs to ease his pain.

Family History:
George has a family has a history of high blood pressure, heart attacks, and type 2 diabetes, putting him at risk. Other family illnesses are obesity, atrial fibrillation, and gout.

Cognitive Social/Emotional Status:
George does not have any orientation or memory issues. His communication skills are age-appropriate for a university graduate and teacher. He has a close circle of friends from his employment and friendship with a neighbor who assist with help for his parents.

Current Conditions/Chief Complaints/Concerns:
George recorded the onset of his pain about 6 months ago (March). He realizes that his overall physical activity level is limited with the responsibilities of his parents. George has not had any past therapeutic intervention for his current problems. He is asymptomatic of cardiovascular disease and has a resting heart rate in the normal range. George’s blood pressure puts him in the prehypertensive stage. Based on his exercise tests, George has very poor upper body strength along with a VO2 of 36.2, which is considered poor. His flexibility is also indicated as below average. The max work George can do is 10.3 METS. His PMHR is 173 bpm and his heart rate reserve (HRR) is 95 bpm. George chief complaint is lack of energy and pain in lower back, knee, and foot. His range of motion is also inhibited.

Functional Status and Activity Level:
George can perform all activities for daily living at home, work, and community settings.

Other Laboratory and Diagnostic Tests:
George has metabolic syndrome and is at risk for type 2 diabetes. His high-density lipoprotein (HDL) level is low and his LDL level is near optimal. George’s triglycerides are high along with his resting glucose, which indicates he has prediabetes. His body mass index (BMI) indicates that he is overweight and the size of his waist indicates obesity. He is asymptomatic of cardiovascular disease and has a resting heart rate in the normal range.

Using the sample write about another person in the same format.

The most effective methods for educating students

Interview Questions: You will interview one educator at the elementary level (K-5) or secondary level (6-12) depending on where your own teaching interests lie. Please ask your educator the following questions and record his or her responses. Please note the directions for the location of your responses/analysis within your Final Paper. If you choose to interview a librarian, skip to the section with questions for librarians that appear after the teacher questions.

Questions for a teacher interview: If you have selected a teacher to interview, use this set of questions.

Teacher responses/analysis below will go into Section 2:

Why did you decide to become an educator? What was your motivation and what attributes do you think are important for an educator to exhibit to be effective? (Attributes/Motivation)
What is your philosophy of education? What is the role of the educator and the students? (Teaching Philosophy)
What are your learning goals for your students? How do you effectively meet their needs? (Learning Theory)
Teacher responses/analysis below will go into Section 3:

What do you believe are the most effective methods for educating students? (Learning Theory)
What is your comfort level with technology and how do you integrate it within your lesson planning? (Technology)
How do academic standards drive your instruction? Do you feel a need to teach to the test? Why or why not? (Academic standards)
What types of assessment do you use in your classroom? Can you give me an example of a formative and summative assessment? (Assessment)
How do you incorporate elements of multicultural education in your classroom? Can you provide a specific example? (Diversity)
How do you effectively manage a classroom? What is most challenging about issues related to discipline and classroom management? (Discipline and Classroom Management)
Teacher responses/analysis below will go into Section 4:

How do you foster a positive relationship with students, parents, and the community? (Relationships)
What are the best and worst parts of the teaching profession? What concerns might you have for the future of our education system? (Contemporary Concerns)
As you have gained experience, how has your philosophy of education changed?
Provide an introduction that includes demographic information (educator name, school, grade or discipline taught, number of children at that school, other pertinent information). Include why it is important to seek out and speak to current professionals in the field you are interested in entering. What is the rationale for conducting an interview?

Section 2: Summary and Analysis: Motivation and Philosophy

Summarize the answers the educator gave to the interview questions 1 through 3 in third-person point of view. Remember that a summary is a “retelling” of what the educator said; you may not to use direct quotes from the educator or copy/paste questions and answers directly. For each response, you must also analyze how the educator’s responses aligned or did not align with the information presented in your text and two other scholarly sources. Show how the responses of the educator supported or did not support what you learned in this class. You must have at least two in-text research citations in each section. Please refer to the Final Paper Template for correct organization of each section.

Section 3: Summary and Analysis: Instructional Practices

Summarize the answers the educator gave to the interview questions 4 through 9 in third-person point of view. Remember that a summary is a “retelling” of what the educator said; you may not to use direct quotes from the educator or copy/paste questions and answers directly. For each response, you must also analyze how the educator’s responses aligned or did not align with the information presented in your text and two other scholarly sources. Show how the responses of the educator supported or did not support what you learned in this class. You must have at least two in-text research citations in each section. Please refer to the Final Paper Template for correct organization of each section.

Section 4: Summary and Analysis: Relationship-Building and Reflection

Summarize the answers the educator gave to the interview questions 10 through 12 in third-person point of view. Remember that a summary is a “retelling” of what the educator said; you may not to use direct quotes from the educator or copy/paste questions and answers directly. For each response, you must also analyze how the educator’s responses aligned or didn’t align with the information presented in your text and two other scholarly sources. Show how the responses of the educator supported or didn’t support what you learned in this class. You must have at least two in-text research citations in each section. Please refer to the Final Paper Template for correct organization of each section.

Section 5: Conclusion: End your paper by redefining your specific career goal in the field of education.

Compensation Portfolio

Part 1 Compensation Portfolio – Your portfolio will begin with a brief background of the organization, including
its mission and vision.
Part 2 Compensation Portfolio – Your portfolio will proceed with the internal and external motivators relating to
this kind of work and the relationship of this job to the overall goals / strategies / values of the organization.
(e.g., Nike needs to save money in production and boost sales so will incentivize employee behaviors that lead
to desired outcomes; Google needs to foster intense creativity so in addition to high pay, provides extensive
and uncommon benefits such as 24-hour cafeteria services for free).
Begin by providing the formal definition of job analysis for reward evaluation as described in the text. Discuss
your decision to conduct a job evaluation analysis and the factors that will need to be considered. Describe the
process of collecting information about the job and the relative evaluation factors. Prepare a Job Description of
the select position (see, Rubric). The job analysis, evaluation questionnaire(s), evaluation factors and reward
schemes will become appendices in your final report. (See Signature Assignment description in Course
Resources)
Part 3 Compensation Portfolio – Develop an evaluation plan utilizing the theories discussed in the text,
including identification of an appropriate external market and benchmarks for salary comparison data and
analysis. (See Signature Assignment description in Course Resources)

Classic television shows

Why is there suddenly a spending frenzy on classic television shows? Who is doing the buying, and why? Why
is this all happening right now?
Based on the information contained in the article, how do you think the competitive dynamics will play out?
Which companies are most likely to survive? Which companies are most likely to shrink or perhaps even fold?
Is this is a winner-take-all kind of market? Justify your answer!
How would you evaluate the competitive position of Netflix? Is the top position of Netflix secure? Could these
other new services seriously eat into the market share of Netflix? Or will they merely cannibalize one another?
How is the market for streaming services changing? Is the market proliferating or consolidating, according to
the article?
How is the market for streaming services likely to evolve in the coming years, according to the article? Will
Disney be at an advantage or disadvantage?
In your view, how many streaming services do you think most households will be willing to subscribe to? Can
Disney afford to be #2 after Netflix? Will most of Disney’s subscribers also subscribe to other services in a
couple of years’ time? Either way, evaluate the long-term competitive position of Disney!

The competitive environment of Disney

How is the competitive environment of Disney changing?
What is Disney’s overall strategy for adapting to its current environment? How has Covid19 impacted Disney?
Whatever Disney’s overall strategy is, what do you think Disney’s strategy ought to be? Is Disney on the right
track? Should it focus more on resembling or on differentiating itself from Netflix, for example?
Why did streaming services including Netflix, Amazon, and Hulu develop their own original programming?
How would you summarize the cornerstones of Quibi’s business strategy? How did Quibi try to distinguish itself
in the marketplace?
In retrospect, where did Quibi executives miscalculate? For example, where was their resource allocation less
than optimal? What did they fail to understand about their core customer base?
To what extent was Quibi simply the victim of lacking the right killer content to take off? Did Quibi need a
different strategy or did it simply need a short-form hit series?
What is your takeaway from this story? What are the key lessons to be drawn from the failure of Quibi in the
media industry?

Gettysburg National Military Park

1- Visit the web site for Gettysburg National Military Park (http://www.nps.gov/gett/index.htm). Write a one page description in your own words of ongoing and recently completed battlefield restoration projects. Link: http://cprr.org/Museum/Eastward.html
2- Describe in your own words the provisions in the Northwest Ordinance of 1787 that allowed admission of new states to the United States, guaranteed the individual rights of citizens, and dealt with slavery in the old Northwest. Be sure to list the current states that were subject to this ordinance.
3- Read the Missoulian article, “Parallel tracks: Glacier National Park born from Great Northern Railway” by Michael Jamison. Write a one page summary in your own words of the things you learned about the railroad and its impact on one of our most magnificent national parks. Link: http://missoulian.com/lifestyles/territory/parallel-tracks-glacier-national-park-born-from-great-northern-railway/article_4cdc0dcc-3915-11df-9108-001cc4c002e0.html
4- Did you know that West Virginia has a Mountain State Railroad and Logging Historical Association? Here’s your chance to learn more. Visit their website and write a one page summary in your own words of the most interesting things you learned. Link: http://www.msrlha.org/