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Provide a brief overview of New Heritage what does the company need to do to succeed?What is the role of each division within New Heritage? How are the roles of the divisions related?In year one, five project proposals were reviewed. What proposals did you decide to move forward with in year one and why?How did the decisions made in year one impact New Heritage in year two? Why?Provide a brief summary of the subsequent proposal decisions made in years 2-5, and explain why those decisions were madeAt the end of the simulation, you now can see how all of the decisions impacted New Heritages performance over the five year period. Armed with this knowledge, if you were to play the simulation a second time, would you make any decisions differently? Why?Provide a brief reflection on your experience in the simulation- for instance, were you able to make decisions in the simulation with ease, or were the decisions challenging? Why? Please include any other thoughts or comments in this section on the overall experience
Interpersonal Interactions in FilmFilms can hold up a mirror to us about ourselves and our relationships, but they can also demonstrate an exaggerated, stereotypical, simplistic, or dysfunctional view of our interactions. This Assignment provides you with an opportunity to apply what you are learning about interpersonal relationships as portrayed in a movie of your choosing. You will evaluate communication skills as you analyze the movie. Choose a movie that allows you to analyze significant interpersonal relationships.Consider what the movie is about, who the characters are, and who holds the significant relationships. Analyze the verbal and nonverbal communication present in the major relationships of the movie. Choose a scene in which two characters from different cultural backgrounds (race, age group, nationality, etc.) interact with each other, and analyze the communication that takes place in that scene. Perhaps the two characters are having a deeply emotional conversation (anger, sadness, fear, etc.) that warrants your consideration. Apply lessons learned in this course, and from your own experience, to your analysis of the scene and interactions.This week, you will start the analysis portion of your film of choice, focusing on the interpersonal interactions it portrays. You will also apply the knowledge you have gained on interpersonal communication to a relationship in the movie you chose.To prepare for this Assignment:
Choose a film that contains a significant interpersonal relationship and watch it, looking for a scene that has an extensive conversation between two people. This should be one scene, not multiple ones throughout the movie. Read Chapter 3, Section 3 Functions in Language https://open.lib.umn.edu/communication/chapter/3-2-functions-of-language/ Read Chapter 4 Nonverbal Communication in Communication in the Real World: An Introduction to Communication Studies. https://open.lib.umn.edu/communication/part/chapter-4-nonverbal-communication/
Write a 2- to 3-page paper that includes the following: A brief paragraph that describes the scene that you have chosen, and the characters involved. This should give an overview of what took place in the scene. An analysis of the verbal and nonverbal communication that took place between the characters in that scene. You should be looking at the different verbal communication concepts and nonverbal communication types you see taking place in the scene. You will want to write about these, pointing to the specific cues from the scene that are showing the concept or type of communication that you identified. What was the outcome of the conversation? Was it positive or negative? Could anything have been done to make it better?Please Note: Be sure to reference at least one scholarly or popular source to support your answer(s).
elaborate on the following in a minimum of 400 words
Systematic and Unsystematic Riskexplain the 3 difference between the two risk and explain an example
The risk is the degree of uncertainty in any stage of life. The systematic risk applies to the industry or market segment-wide risk. Systematic risk, also defined as ‘undiversifiable, variable, volatility or market risk. This factor impacts the entire market and not just a single sector. This form of danger is both uncertain and inevitable.
Unsystematic risk is peculiar to an organization or industry. It is often recognized as a specific, nonsystematic, or diversifiable risk. It is sometimes also called residual risk. To an investment group, this can be minimized by differentiation. The unsystematic risk may be defined as inherent volatility in a business or sector expenditure. Forms of unsystematic risk involve a new industry player with the opportunity for a substantial customer base from the business (Difference between Systematic and Unsystematic Risk- 2019).
Top 3 differences between the two risks
Systematic risk implies the opportunity for a business or market-wide failure. Unsystematic risk implies risk associated with business or defense.
Systematic risk, if occurred, becomes out of control, and unsystematic risk is somewhat controllable. (Beja, 72)
Macroeconomic conditions cause systematic risk. However, unsystematic risk occurs due to microeconomic conditions.
Systematic risk impacts multiple equity securities. Conversely, unsystematic risk impacts a company’s shares.
The systematic risk may be eliminated by taking protection measures such as asset distribution, as compared to unsystematic risk, which can be waved off by selective diversification of portfolios.
What is the cause/effect of each risk?
Systematic risk is caused by non-organizational causes. Both investments, or shares are subject to systemic risk and, therefore, a non-diversifiable risk. Systematic risk cannot be differentiated by buying several shares. Systematic risk distresses a significant number of business or industry-wide companies.
Unsystematic risk can arise due to microeconomic conditions, including labor strikes. That is attributable to controllable causes such as undesirable goods. Unsystematic risk disturbs the working of an organization (Koskei, 20).
2008’s Great Recession is a crucial illustration of systematic danger. People who participated in all sorts of stocks see their stock prices dropped owing to the market-wide economic case. The great recession influenced complex securities. Thus, investors holding securities are negatively impacted relative to those of larger equity allocations.
Unsystematic threats are primarily linked to organizational decision mistakes. For example, a technology company might conduct market analysis and anticipate interest for smaller mobile phones and watches to grow in the year to follow. Development lines are modified, and money is diverted to smaller devices.
However, Next year the business understands that buyers are more inclined towards larger watches and phones. Therefore, the company’s product and equipment later sell at a big loss or went unsold. All this eventually damaged the stock value of the company. Thus, all other enterprises in the technology industry may well be doing good, although this business would backtrack due to weak visionary forethought. (Ross, 2019)
In financial accounting, avoiding both systemic and unsystematic risk may be challenging. External factors cause systemic risk. These factors are inevitable and uncontrollable. They often influence the whole economy but can be partly limited by asset selection and applying hedge strategy. Unsystematic risk takes birth mostly from internal causes which can be managed and easily thwarted, primarily by portfolio diversification.
Read the following real-world case study: The Kansas City Preventive Patrol Experiment. Then, read the following information on predictive policing: Evaluation of the Shreveport Predictive Policing Experiment. Think about the research and data collection methods used in both studies. Compare and contrast both methods. Identify ways in which the findings of the research experiments could be vulnerable to liability. Suggest alternative methods to minimize liability in the research findings. If no vulnerabilities can be identified, explain how the methods used in the research experiment preserved ethical and accurate findings
Links for case studies: https://www.policefoundation.org/publication/the-kansas-city-preventive-patrol-experiment/
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For the final project, for the selected design movement (Italian Renaissance); describe and analyze in three elements:
– Design Board (20 images)– Essay (5 paragraph minimum)– Research Bibliography (for both the design board images and the essay, in MLA style) with a minimum of 5 credible sources
For the Design Board
Your design board will consist of the following:
– 20 images that best represent your chosen movement; the images will be arranged with five images in a row and four images in a column– The images will consist of architectural and design elements, furniture items, decorative objects, textiles, etc., that represent your chosen movement– Your images may be from a multitude of sources (local/national paper, magazines, snapshots, found objects, photographs, etc.), but need to be scanned or photographed and embedded as digital images in your submitted file
For the Essay
Your essay will address the following:
– A stylistic description of your chosen movement and a brief discussion of why you selected this movement– A brief biography of any referenced designer(s)– A description of each item included in your mood board, using relevant terminology/ vocabulary words and analysis of their stylistic characteristics. Why do these examples best represent the period and movement?– An analysis of the greater socioeconomic and political circumstances that influenced the growth and development of the movement. How did these factors inform the style of the movement?
Your essay will be a minimum of five paragraphs written using the introduction, body/argument, conclusion, and bibliography format
For your final essay, I want you to write a historically-based, persuasive paper on the topic: “What should American science and technology policy look like in the 21st century?”
For this paper I would like you to make reference to topics, cultures, and “modes of science and technology” (e.g. “Babylonian,” “Hellenic,” etc.) from the entire course. This is a “comprehensive final” in that respect. You do not of course have to use everything in the course. But don’t base the paper on only the 1920th centuries, is what I am saying. I expect you to make references to cultures other than Western Europe and the United States (along with Western Europe and the United States).
Questions you might consider:
What kind of science and technology do we need in the 21st century?What kind of social context would produce that kind of science and technology?Are there examples of this in the past, both recent and far?Are there examples from the past of social contexts that would not produce that kind of science and technology? (You can show knowledge by demonstration of the opposite e.g., “as this example illustrates, we could go the wrong way if we aren’t careful”)The above are just guiding ideas, and do not need to be explicitly addressed in your essay if you want to go another way with it. I am happy to read a creative argument! Just make sure it addresses the main goal of this exam (showcasing knowledge).
REMEMBER: this is a historical essay! Yes, it is talking about the future. We can do that with history. But base it primarily in a discussion of the past. This is not meant to be a pure-opinion op-ed. The goal is for me to see that you have learned enough about this history that you can think about it synthetically not just as a recollection of facts, but as an active form of knowledge that you can apply to modern-day questions.
The case study provides an opportunity to put fitness knowledge into practice and design a program for a sample client. Think of the case study as your first paying client. Give as much detail as someone new to fitness would need. In addition, provide the rationale for each of your decisions as if you were discussing the program with educated fitness professionals.
The following provides a formatting approach that you can use when structuring your answer. Please note, however, the content serves as a minimal representation of what is expected. To prove your competency in program design, you will need to provide greater detail, as well as rationale for your program decisions. If you have any questions about comprehensive program design, feel free to contact me.
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Ms. Floyd, a 96-year-old woman, has been vomiting for 24 hours and is unable to eat or drink. She arrives on the unit after being admitted for dehydration. Ms. Floyd has a history of constipation and hypertension. She takes Metamucil, hydrochlorothiazide (HCTZ), and metoprolol on a daily basis.
What factors may have predisposed Ms. Floyd to dehydration?What types of fluids should be used to treat Mrs. Floyds condition?What concerns should the nurse have about the condition of this patient?What clinical signs and symptoms would indicate that dehydration has resolved?When Mrs. Floyd is being discharged home, with whom would the nurse collaborate to assure that care is continued?
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35.0 ptsExceeds ExpectationsIdentifies multiple issues in the case, including family conflicts, cultural influences, a minors role in end of life decision making, conflicts within medical team, and a nurses accountability for truth telling.
20.0 ptsExceeds ExpectationsDescribes unique viewpoints of all those involved in the case: patient, father, mother, nurse and physician.
25.0 ptsExceeds ExpectationsArrives at a balanced decision taking into account perspectives of all involved and the theories/principles/codes that guide their actions. Proposed decision deals with the most important and urgent ethical issues and reflects cultural sensitivity.
10.0 ptsExceeds ExpectationsDecision is considered in light of potential positive and negative consequences for the patient, the family, the physician and the nurse. Recognizes anticipatory grieving and need for support through difficult death experience.
10.0 ptsExceeds ExpectationsStudent’s responses demonstrate consistent correct use of the rules of grammar usage, punctuation, and spelling.
Identify an area or areas of your life where you will use information learned from this course. How might learning about different perspectives and biases influence your work, relationships, and other areas of your life? Describe how learning about different perspectives and biases might influence work, relationships, etc. Provide focused and direct reflection when describing both areas posed in the question. Clearly communicate key ideas and thoughts in a short-answer response.