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Using the Assessment tools(swot analysis Pestle 7s) we have discussed in this Module and research you have done independently; provide a complete assessment of the company you are currently working for(you can choose any company). If you were the CEO what would you change and why? Please provide your recommendation for change and support your proposal with independent research and critical analysis. Please provide a “Before” and “After” Organizational charts showing the current management structure and how you propose to change it and why.

If you are not working at this time – use a past employer. If you work for a multi-national Company use the business unit you are working for to provide this assessment.
Pedagogical aim and expectations:
THE FINAL ASSESSMENT ACCOUNTS FOR 100% OF YOUR CLASS GRADE! The examiner will look for (1) evidence of external research (2) learning from the current module (3) critical thinking to support your analysis and recommendations. A Harvard style bibliography is required.

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You will not write a “standard” college essay. Yes, you need to demonstrate your knowledge gained from the course readings and discussions. And, yes, your work should have an introduction, a conclusion and at least six supporting paragraphs. But it will not be standard in that the intended audience will be a fellow business student whose career will be much improved by the advice you will convey in your writing. To earn maximum points, you will:

Organize the information making the correct direct or indirect choice.
Establish the “you view.”
Use information from the course, supporting your main idea with many supporting details drawn from the Aplia text, the class materials, class discussions, and your own judgments.
Use methods of formatted for fast reading you’ve learned in the course (headings, bolding, bullet points, images, etc.) This means that standard-looking paragraphs as you are used to writing in college essays do not make sense here.
Use standard English rules appropriate for a professional colleague. In other words, your English needs to be correct.
Use short sentences, “I” and “you,” and other methods of achieving informality appropriate for your audience.

Your Prompts

!!!Choose one:

1- Much of business communications requires persuasion (or, if you will, “selling”). There is a problem inherent in persuasion in that the tools of persuasion are powerful. But the power must be used in an ethical manner to bring about the best long-term results.

Imagine as your audience a business person whose new job requires understanding this topic. This person needs to learn how to apply to real-world business challenges the various persuasive methods you learned in the class. Explain these. Include in your discussion a definition of what persuasion is, in relation to expected changes in the audience’s mind and intentions. Also apply your understanding developed in the class of ethical persuasion. In sum, ensure that you have helped your audience be a more persuasive leader while at the same time not misusing the power of persuasion.

Note: Your audience is willing and eager to hear what you have to say. This fact will help you make the correct direct / indirect organization choice.

2-Imagine as your audience a business person with a new management-level job. Your audience’s business suffers from ethical challenges in either sexual harassment, truth in negotiations, racial rights, religious rights, LBGBT rights, or some other ethical domain. Decide the one ethical domain to address.

Your audience’s company holds regular training addressing the ethical domain. Employees and management attend the training meetings. Human Resources leads them. The topics of the classes adhere to US and state laws. Despite these informative classes, a significant number of employees and managers continue to violate ethics.

Explain to your audience, using lessons from this class, how to persuade subordinates to take the correct ethical path. Your audience needs to learn the various persuasive methods you learned in the class. Explain these. Include in your discussion a definition of what persuasion is, in relation to expected changes in the audience’s mind and intentions. In sum, ensure that you have helped your audience be a more persuasive leader and a more ethical leader regarding the ethical domain you choose.

Note: Your audience is willing and eager to hear what you have to say. This fact will help you make the correct direct / indirect organization choice. Also note that your job here is not to form what the company’s policy is but to encourage leadership communication about that policy to cause positive change.

 

 

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please do for my capstone project,
please send me the first draft, and I attached the proposal so you can work on it, you can change questions, and thesis, references . and regarding the topic let me know if you want to change in case you didn’t find information which you can build
but I want about Nuclear Power ( Nuclear energy )

give your idea and let me know what you propose another one

1. Topic and title: (well-defined; and narrowed to a feasible framework)
2. Objectives – explain the main goals of your research – Minimum two objectives
3. Provide two research questions for your proposal
4. Write down one thesis (a short, direct sentence that summarizes the main point or claim of an essay or research paper) essential to your research
5. List two resources you intend to use for your project (book, journal article etc.) – Please follow APA style of reference http://www.apastyle.org/learn/quick-guide-on-references.aspx

here you can use the resources as much you can

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For this paper, you will write a compare-and-contrast analytical essay on any two texts from the course that you have not written on in either Paper 1 or Paper 2. It is up to you to select the two pieces you would like to examine. You will need to spend some time figuring out a theme, commonality, and/or point of contrast around which you can organize your essay. It is your job to come up with an argument for this paper. It should be something that you are interested in examining and thinking about in detail. Try to wrestle with a subtlety or a question you see being raised in both texts. It would be best if you first did some brainstorming and tried to figure out what you would be most interested in writing about.

This paper requires you to submit a preliminary thesis (and optional outline) Week 11. Your thesis may, for example, focus on A) how similar textual features are used to convey different meanings in your chosen works, OR B) how the texts’ features help them convey different messages about the same motif or issue. Here are some examples of comparative thesis statements:

Example A: Whereas pastoral imagery and the use of the personal voice imply the speaker’s unity with nature in Wordsworth’s “I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud,” these same features indicate the individual’s essential isolation in Coleridge’s “Dejection: An Ode.”

Example B: While Keats, in “La Belle Dame Sans Merci,” uses erotic imagery to characterize the desire for immortality as irresistible yet morbid, Yeats, in “The Stolen Child,” uses childlike imagery and rhymes to depict this desire as innocent and harmless.

Along with your preliminary thesis, you may also choose to submit an outline, listing your argumentative topic sentences, the textual evidence you plan to use to support your claims, etc. Feel free to include questions for your instructor along with your outline as well. (Note that you will not be submitting a complete first draft for instructor review for this assignment).

Your final paper, like the previous two, should be grounded in analysis and interpretation of quoted material. Try to wrestle with a subtlety or a question you see being raised in the text. Because this is a short paper, you will need to immediately introduce your reader to what you will be writing about. You should narrow your argument and be careful to be very specific—generalizations and vague statements will weaken your thesis. Always ground your assertions in quoted evidence. At the end of your paper you should briefly review your main points (in a sentence or two) and conclude your essay, but you don’t need to have an entire conclusion paragraph.

Be sure to proofread your paper for grammatical and stylistic errors. If your instructor can’t understand your sentences or ideas because the grammar or logic is confusing, she will have to lower your grade. The most important part of your paper is clear presentation of thoughtful ideas—but ideas can’t come across if they aren’t written in a way that makes sense to your reader. You should attach a Works Cited page with the citation information in MLA format (just information about the particular version of the text you’re using—no need to do any outside research). If you are having trouble or feeling frustrated with the process of focusing and developing your thesis, please consult your instructor and/or visit the U of M Center for Writing.

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Essays: Answer all four questions in complete essay format — introduction, body, and conclusion. Use depth and clarity in your answer. Each answer should be a minimum of 2-pages, double-spaced, Times New Roman font. (There are 4 questions, 2- pages each for a total of 8-pages.) Please use the textbook: Wood, Julia (2015) Gendered Lives: Communication, Gender, and Culture (11th or 12th ed.), focusing on chapters 9 – 12. ISBN – 9781285075938

1.) Think about how you perceive your future long-term romantic relationship(s) (which may include a preference not to have one). How does your conception of long-term romantic relationships reflect or challenge gendered ideas of how romantic relationships should function? Be sure to draw on material from Chapter 9 to answer the question.

2.) Your Gendered Lives textbook discusses a number of informal organizational practices that contribute to discriminatory practices in organizations today. Define and discuss two of these practices that you believe are the most damaging and explain why you believe this. Finally pick one of the methods to redress gendered inequity and explain how this solution would help address the discriminatory practices discussed in your essay. What the benefits and limitations of this method?

3.) Your book discusses the ways in which relationships between men and women are portrayed in media. Choose two of the four themes and using specific examples, explain how the media depicts men and women’s relationships, including the implication of these portrayals.

4.) Define gendered violence and discuss the ways in which we normalize gendered violence. Your essay should identify 3-4 specific social foundations or institutions that allow or encourage both women and men to regard certain kinds of gendered violence as normal or acceptable. Include concrete examples.

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Interior:Aesop duke of york square
Style:Gothic and Romanesque

1:The paper is an analysis of the relationship between aspects of Gothic and Romanesque and the interior design of Aesop duke of york square.

!!! Use books and scholarly journal articles. You must have at least two books and two articles in your bibliography, and not more than one website.

2:Your discussion must include researched information on the interior, building, time period and if appropriate, the life of the designer and patron. Mention if it was commissioned, where it is/was seen, and how it is/was interpreted or received by its audience.

3:Your paper will present your analysis of how the interiors you found reflect the earlier design style through one or more of the following: form, spatial layout, color scheme, materials chosen, theoretical underpinnings, geometry, ornament, symbolism, imagery. This will entail research about the context of the chosen interiors as well as of the historical style(s).

3:In the first paragraph, introduce and fully identify your interior, its influence and the main perspective of your paper. What is the meaning of the relationship between this interior and the earlier style it references? What is the interpretation and commentary? Begin with general summary statements (your basic thesis or argument) regarding the relationship. Continue with a detailed discussion of information that support your introductory opinions, ending with a conclusion.

4:Organize the body of your paper around support of your thesis. Integrate in your own words the description of the interior (and its context) and a detailed explanation of the historical style and its development. Give a solid history of the precedent as well as examples. Describe the similarities with your more recent interiors as well as the differences or variations in interpretation. In your conclusion, remember: do not just restate your thesis but come to a conclusion that synthesizes your observations, analysis and research. While this should address your larger conclusions about the nature of your interior’s interpretation of a historical style keep your conclusions specific. No need to draw overarching general statements.

5. your paper must be written in your own words except for direct quotes taken from books. Use the vocabulary you understand and construct your own descriptive phrases and ideas. Remember we are interested in how you reason about the work and how you evaluate what you read. (Please note: titles of art works are underlined or italicized.)

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Read: Graves, S. R. & Addington, T. G. (2002). Life @ work on leadership. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass:topic of business leadership and spirituality.Using a Christian faith perspective, this book offers an understanding of what it means to be a godly leader. Life@Work on Leadership includes meaningful reflections on topics such as integrity, ambition, promises, roles, charisma, followership, tasks, and character.

write a 1 page reaction paper on the article。

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