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This will be complemented by an individual report underlying the key strategic decisions and tool used and leverage in the group specialist topic. As such, you can build and deviate from your group presentation underlying your own strategic approach in function of your own experiences. What is really important is to incorporate the frameworks and academic models developed in the module to justify your answers. In doing so, you may want to leverage STP of a particular set of market actors (e.g., in B2B, B2C, B2G or senior consumers, potential consumers etc.).
The report evaluates the student’s ability to critically acquire, interpret and conceptualise advanced digital marketing problem and apply their critique to a practical situation as manager that leverage academic reading to justify and support arguments. Online examples, references further readings, statistical information providing order of magnitude on the topic and a short reflective conclusion, including practical recommendation is also required as described below.
1. Title as a research question: e.g. Why and How blockchain should be adopted in XX firm?
2. Introduction (definition of key dimension, magnitude of phenomena and justification leading to RQ)
3. Detailed evaluation of key concepts, tools, strategies used in the module applicable to the specific context at hand (here blockchain)
4. Discussion and Comparative Analysis of 1-2 real firm application or case study (positives and negatives)
5. Recommendations (do and don’t)
7. References at least 10
You will read the case and create a Lean Canvas for SEGWAY on Reverse Engineering, you will explain what could have been done differently with the SEGWAY Solution.
“It was early 2013, a rough time for the startup and its aspirations of changing how the world gets around. Brown had bought the company for just $9 million a few weeks before and flown in from his home in Tennessee to begin turning things around. What better way to get a sense of the place than to zip about on its signature product?” CNN Business
You have been provided with cases of Segway and how it was founded:
1-Create a LEAN CANVAS for Segway base on how you would have solved the problem at hand.
2-.List Customer Interviews that Segway could have done! – Use Customer Interviews Scenario.
3- Should Segway call it a quit or could have Persevere? Why or why not (You need to write a minimum paragraph.)
Discuss the inherited disorders familial adenomatous polyposis and hereditary nonpolyposis colorectal cancer, their prevalence, responsible genes, and screening recommendations for those confirmed with the inherited gene.
Use at least one scholarly source other than your textbook to connect your response to national guidelines and evidence-based research in support of your ideas. This is required. In addition, you may also provide an example case, either from personal experience or from the media, which illustrates and supports your ideas. All sources must be referenced and cited using correct APA (including a link to the source).
Controlled substances are categorized using a classification system. Define the five different schedules for controlled drugs, and provide examples of drugs in each schedule. Explain the reason why controlled substances need to be categorized. What are the associated controls required in your state (Florida) for prescribing in each schedule?
Use at least one scholarly source other than your textbook to connect your response to national guidelines and evidence-based research in support of your ideas.
In your peer replies, please reply to at least one peer who chose a different topic.
Reading assignment – Requirements:
● List at least three main concepts/terminologies/names that were new to you and give a
definition from a proper source. Attach your source(s) to your answer.
● Make a list of all the resources mentioned in the reading: projects, case studies, books,
names,… etc; for your own reference.
● Bring at least two additional resources, be it a video, an article, an example… etc; that is
related to the subject of the reading. These additional topics should not be in the same
topic, but within the domain of it.
● A written response of minimum 250 words. A response should reflect your own
comprehension of the material, state your opinions, bring examples, and counter-argue.
Avoid sheer overview and rephrasing of ideas unless you use them as an introduction to
your own ideas.
These guidelines describe the objectives, work details, and submission requirements for this
Letter of transmittal: 250-300 words
Proposal: 2000–3000 words
For this assignment, you will produce a formal proposal. Your document should propose a
solution to a public health problem and request appropriate support from a funding
organization, or request permission to work to solve the problem if significant resources are not
required by your proposal. If you are writing a grant proposal, you should respond to a formal call
for proposals that has been issued by a funding agent.
Propose a solution that addresses the opioid epidemic, the Flint water crisis, or health
problems associated with industrial agriculture. Focus on implementing your proposed
solution in a specific local community. Identify a partner organization that you can work with
in order to carry out your proposed solution. For example, you could choose to work with a
community organization, a nonprofit organization, a foundation, a business, a club, a team, a
school, a government agency, or a religious institution. A partner organization can help provide
resources, personnel, and access to broader audiences—all of which can help you implement
Letter of Transmittal
Your letter should be directed to the funding organization or decision maker addressed by the
proposal, and should introduce the problem, the proposal, and request action by the organization.
Include the following elements in your Proposal.
Title page. Provide a title page that identifies the project and client.
Page Numbers. Use Arabic numerals with an appropriate footer to number the pages of your document. Do not number the title page.
Executive Summary. A detailed but brief summary of the key points in the proposal, including the final recommendation. (This should not exceed 100 words.)
Table of Contents. This should be self-explanatory. You should include at least your first-level
and second-level headings in your table of contents. Consider using different text styles and
indentation to indicate different levels of information.
List of Tables and List of Figures. The list of figures should be separate from the list of tables. Of course these lists are necessary only if your document contains tables and figures.
Introduction. Introduce the proposal topic and structure.
Problem History. Provide an explanation of the problem, including evidence that there is a
problem, the history and causes of the problem, the effects of the problem, previous attempts to
address it, and any other information that seems pertinent.
Proposed Solution. Discuss in detail the solution that you argue represents the most logical or
effective approach to the problem, given your understanding of the problem, the available
resources, and any other factors that might influence a solution to it. What are the advantages or
benefits of the proposed solution? What are the likely consequences of inaction? Why is your
proposal the best solution to the problem?
Project Plan. Explain clearly and directly what action you propose as a solution to the problem.
What is the primary objective of your project plan? What are the major steps in your project plan?
What are the sub-steps for each major step? Why are the steps and sub-steps needed? What
deliverables (or tangible products) will result from each major step?
Project Timeline. Provide a project timeline. Provide whatever detail is relevant to your proposed
solution. Common stages include research, training, equipment purchases, material preparation,
and facilities construction. Discuss when each milestone will be reached. Consider presenting this
as a table or an outline.
Proposal Budget. Identify all resources (e.g., funds, expertise, time, facilities) required to
complete the project you propose. This should include a summary table of expenses that
provides accurate market value for all resources requested or required.
Project Assessment. Discuss how you will evaluate the success or failure of your proposed
solution. When will this assessment take place? What action will result? Will you engage
independent reviewers for the evaluation? What assessment instruments and criteria will you
Conclusion. Briefly recap your proposed solution, stating directly and clearly why you feel your
plan represents the best possible solution to the problem at this time, including the benefits of
implementing it and the negative consequences of not implementing it.
Bibliographies and In-text Citations for Sources and Graphics. Make sure any sources that
you use—including graphics—are properly cited. Use the APA documentation style for your in-
text citations (including graphics) and bibliography entries. You will not receive passing credit
for your proposal if you do not use complete and accurate in-text citations and
bibliography entries in the proper APA format to identify all of your sources.
Appendices. Provide any additional support materials that are relevant to your efforts. All appendix pages should be numbered.
Hints and Tips
This section provides you with specific guidance for how to make your project successful.
Although the advice may suggest things to do, it might also suggest things not to do. I offer all
such advice after observing both the successes and failures of students. So, keep this advice in
mind as you work.
Argue, persuade. Remember that you are presenting persuasive arguments in this proposal.
You must demonstrate to your audience that you understand the problem, that it is a problem,
and that you understand how to present appropriate evidence to support those arguments. Thus
you must assume that you need to convince your audience of these things.
Offer concrete evidence to support your analysis and solution. Convince your audience that
the issue is a problem. Provide concrete evidence. Use evidence to make sure that your
argument is convincing. Present that evidence to the audience so that it makes sense in the
context of your discussion.
Use appropriate resources throughout. Consider carefully how resources can help you
achieve your goals here. You must provide evidence to support your argument that this problem
exists. But how else might source materials help you? Too often students assume that problems
are self-evident, and fail in that essential step of supporting their arguments. Consider using any
relevant print sources, online sources, public records, government documents, authoritative
sources from industry or the academy, and observations—as well as interviews with
Connect the solution to the problem. This sounds logical, perhaps, but proposal writers often
forget to tie their solution back to the arguments they made about the problem itself. Every
effective solution ought to be grounded in the statement of the problem.
Make your organization visible. Use layers of headings, paragraphs, and lists to make your
document accessible and to signal a sense of structure and relative subordination. Effectively use
transitions and apply the design principles of contrast, repetition, alignment, and proximity.
Follow proper conventions. Use complete sentences and fully-developed paragraphs for the
body text of your report. Follow the proper conventions of Standard English spelling, punctuation,
and grammar. Use effective transitions, topic sentences, and headings to structure your paper
and to make it accessible. Use a sans serif font for your title and first-level headings. Be sure to
revise and edit your work before you submit it. Be sure to label your report with your name. Use
page numbers with an appropriate footer for your report.
Assignment Submission Requirements
Follow these submission guidelines carefully. Label your project file properly with your first name
and the assignment name.
Submitting the Final Draft
Submit your final draft as a .pdf file using the Assignments tool in Canvas. Be sure that your
bibliography entries include URLs for your online sources. You will not receive passing credit
for your Proposal unless you have complete and accurate in-text citations and
bibliography entries in the proper APA documentation style for all of your sources. Even
then, you must meet all of the expectations and guidelines for this assignment to receive credit.
The SWOT Analysis Report is DUE ON the MIDNIGHT of 13 December 2017!
The written SWOT analysis is about the McDonald’s Corporation. All the information required for the SWOT analysis is in this document. The report should be not more than 3 pages, single spaced 12 point. THIS ASSIGNMENT MIRRORS TO SOME EXTENT THE SWOT ANALYSIS OF ROBIN HOOD!
Please construct a SWOT Matrix for McDonald’s Corporation, and the assignment deliverables are explained in TWO Steps:
1. List the McDonald’s key external opportunities.
2. List the McDonald’s key external threats.
3. List the McDonald’s key internal strengths.
4. List the McDonald’s key internal weaknesses.
You are required to complete the first FOUR steps listed above – from the following list of McDonald Corporation’s Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities & Threats:
- Highly successful and recognized advertising. (I’m loving it)
- Intense price pressure from competitors like Burger King, Taco Bell, Wendy’s, KFC and any mid-range sit-down restaurants.
- International expansion into emerging markets of China, India, Brazil.
- Core product line out of sync with trends toward healthier lifestyles for adults and children.
- High employee turnover.
- Strong Global Presence and an ability to weather local economic fluctuations.
- Many restaurants (60% in U.S.) have outdated appearance. Remodeling can yield cozier, upscale setting, and upgrade the image.
- Consistently solid financial performance: Gross margins (36.7%) and net profit margins (18.2%) above industry averages; Sales revenue up 3.3% in 2008, global comparable sales up 6.9%: Net income up 80% in 2008.
- Contamination of the food supply, especially e-coli, or Mad cow disease, could damage sales, reputation, etc.
- 80% of restaurants are franchise owned, placing image and reputation in other’s hands.
- Respond to social changes by innovation within healthier lifestyle foods.
- Particularly vulnerable in older, established markets (US, EU) to upstarts offering healthier food offerings and more modern, high tech surroundings.
- Uses pure ingredients and take food safety very seriously.
- Over-saturation of real estate in the US.
- Low fat, low calorie, healthy hamburger – Could be first on market.
- Sales demonstrates seasonal effects.
- Strong innovation and product development.
- Brand equity at risk: 80% of restaurants owned by franchisees.
- Diversify portfolio (like it did before divesting Chipotle, Boston Market).
- Assembly line approach makes it difficult and costly to adapt to changing trends.
- Strongest Brand Image as the number-1 fast-food company by sales, with more than 32,000 restaurants in 118 countries.
- More health conscious customers.
- Breakfast not available at 25% of locations .
- Struggles with fluctuations in operating and net profits: Operating profits $4,433M (2006), $3,879M (2007), $6443M (2008); Net profits $3,544M (2006), $2,395M (2007), $4,313M (2008).
- Recognized as a community oriented, socially responsible company.
- Subway and YUM! Brands expanding into developing markets at a higher rate.
- Joint ventures with retailers (Walmart, etc.) can place new locations in high traffic areas at lower capital cost.
- Company owns a large real estate portfolio.
- Lowest Customer satisfaction rating in the industry.
- Global economic recession causing consumers to spend less .
- Increased beverage options (Gourmet coffees) have been shown to increase customer visits in Europe (+7.2%).
- Strong Investor Reputation.
- Foreign currency markets are volatile and 70% of McDonalds operating revenues are in foreign currency.
- Markets in US and EU are mature and saturated.
- Continued focus on corporate social responsibility, reducing the impact on the environment and community linkages.
- Economies of Scale – Nearest competitor in U.S. is half McDonald’s size.
- Negative public opinion campaigns:
- Anticipated 4% growth rate in Quick Service Restaurant industry.
- Strong employee training and promotion mostly from within.
STEP 2: Match these Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities & Threats and propose AT LEAST THREE – SO, WO, ST, WT Strategies for McDonald’s Corporation. In particular write a paragraph explaining each of these four sets of strategies:
5. Match internal strengths with external opportunities and record the resultant SO Strategies.
6. Match internal weaknesses with external opportunities and record the resultant WO Strategies.
7. Match internal strengths with external threats and record the resultant ST Strategies.
8. Match internal weaknesses with external threats and record the resultant WT Strategies.
AND THEN FINALLY WRITE A SMALL PARAGRAPH ABOUT WHICH STRATEGY WOULD YOU RECOMMEND AND WHY?
PLEASE SUBMIT THE COMPLETED WORD DOCUMENT ON TO CANVAS!
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Objective: Create a mailer/ flier/ promotional piece for Morgan State University. The propaganda aims to encourage high school juniors and seniors to apply to the University.
Format: The format of this assignment is arbitrary, meaning that it is up to you to design it. You control the visuals, the layout, the format, and the copy (text). Think about who your audience is and how this will be read.
Grading: Your piece will be evaluated on how well it applies the AIDA format to a limited space. Make sure that the work is balanced, that it is not too heavily visual or overly wordy. Ultimately, you must look at your final product with a discriminating eye to make sure that it is aesthetically pleasing and informative. Your advertisement MUST include both text and visuals. If you do not include both, then you will not get credit for the assignment.
Remember: You must get the students to act. This means not only that you must employ tactics discussed in class, but also that you tell the reader what you want him/her to do.
The assignment should be writing in Microsoft office one full page (single space)
This is the link to the case study: https://learn.umuc.edu/d2l/le/content/275120/viewC…
Before you begin work on this assignment, be sure you have read the Case Study and reviewed the feedback received on your Stage 1 assignment.Refer to the System Recommendation Report Table of Contents below to see where you are in the process of developing this report.
As a professional medical consultant, your next step in developing your recommendation for an EHR system is to determine what data will need to be shared with other organizations and how that data will be shared.
I. Stage 1. Completed
III.. Stage 2. Completed
III.Ethical, Legal and Regulatory Policy Issues (Stage 3)
B.Table of Ethical, Legal and Regulatory Policy Issues
C.Addressing the Most Difficult Issue
IV.System Recommendation (Stage 4)
B.Proposed IT solution
C.How the Proposed IT Solution Meets the Requirements
Conclusion (Stage 4)
System Recommendation Report (SRR), Section II – Sharing Data
Section II of the SRR document addresses the need for the Midtown Family Clinic to share data with other organizations.As part of analyzing the requirements for the new system, one step is to consider how that system will enable the Midtown Family Clinic to exchange electronic data with other health organizations – such as other providers, pharmacies, insurance companies, and even patients themselves.The case study mentions several of these.For this assignment you will select two types of external organizations and describe what kind of data would flow between the Midtown Family Clinic and those organizations and how that can be done effectively.
Stage 2 Assignment Instructions
The first step is to incorporate the feedback you received on your Stage 1 assignment, making any needed corrections or adjustments.For this assignment, you will add Section II of the System Recommendation Report (SRR).
Using the case study, the overview above, Course Content readings, and external resources, develop your Section II on Sharing Data. Approximate lengths for each section are provided as a guideline; be sure to provide all pertinent information.Apply specific information from the case study to address each area listed below.
- External Organization #1 and purpose of communication.
- External Organization #2 and purpose of communication.
- Types of Data to be Shared– In Stage 1, Section C.3., Data, you took an initial look at the types of data the new EHR system will process. But now we’re going to take that a step further and add a layer of complexity by considering the needs and requirements of different external organizations.Using the two external organizations you listed in Section A above, list five data items, or data elements, that would be shared with each external organization, and explain whether that information is going out from the Midtown Family Clinic or coming in from each of the two external organizations.Feel free to consult the list you developed for Section C.3 of your Stage 1 assignment.Some of these data elements may come from that list if they are appropriate for this purpose; however, other, different, data elements may be listed here. Note: For full credit, a different list of data elements should be provided for each organization (no duplicates in the table below, although data elements may be repeated from Section C.3). (Provide an introductory sentence and copy the table and insert information within.)
- Data Interchange Standards – Conduct some external research and identify a data interchange standard that would apply to the data that is exchanged with each external organization.The standard you select should apply to one or more of the data elements you listed above foreach organization.Provide a brief description of what the standard is, what it requires, why it is important and how it applies to the data elements listed and the Midtown Family Clinic EHR system.Note:For full credit, two different data interchange standards are required.(There are some specific data interchange standards that apply to health data exchange; if the same standard applies to the data exchanged with both organizations, explain how it relates to each.) (Introductory sentence and list of two external organizations and the information shown about the Data Interchange Standard selected for each, providing specifics from the Case Study.)
- Summary – briefly summarize the content of this section and tie the information together for the reader. (3-4 sentences)
Organization #1 (replace with your organization from above)
Data Element or Item
Data Goes TO/FROM Midtown Family Clinic
Organization #2 (replace with your organization from above)
Data Element or Item
Data Goes TO/FROM Midtown Family Clinic
- External Organization #1
- External Organization #1
- Data Interchange Standard and description
- What the Data Interchange Standard requires
- Why the Data Interchange Standard is important
- How the Data Interchange Standard applies to the data elements listed and the Midtown Family Clinic EHR system
Formatting Your Assignment
For academic writing, the writer is expected to write in the third person. In third person, the writer avoids the pronouns I, we, my, you, your, and ours. The third person is used to make the writing more objective by taking the individual, the “self,” out of the writing. This method is very helpful for academic writing, a form in which facts, not opinion, drive the tone of the text. Writing in the third person allows the writer to come across as unbiased and thus more informed.The Report is to be written for the Midtown Family Clinic, and reference should not be made by name to individuals who own or work in the Clinic.
- Include the Introduction and Section I, revised according to any feedback received, and add to it Section II.
- Write a short concise paper:Use the recommendations provided in each area for length of response.Content areas should be double spaced; table entries should be single-spaced. It’s important to value quality over quantity.Section II should not exceed 4 pages.
- Ensure that the table is preceded by an introductory sentence that explains what is contained in the table, so the reader understands why the table has been included.
- Use at least two resources with APA formatted citation and reference.Use at least one external reference and one from the course content.
- Compare your work to the Assignment Instructions above and the Evaluation Criteria/Grading Rubric below to be sure you have met content and quality criteria.Do not overlook this step.Read your work out loud or have your computer read it to you.Fix the grammar and other areas identified.
A) Since I know you are all working hard on your final essays, I wanted to give you a break, so for this last chapter I want you to choose three topics that interest you and write a paragraph about each of them (3 paragraphs total). After that I want to you answer this one question in as much detail as possible: How did the Cold War end? Remember it was a slow process so take your time explaining it. That means that your total paragraph count for this assignment is4.
B) For this assignment, students should write a 5-page paper examining a world history topic of their choice. The only requirement is that the topic must take place within the second half of world history, that is from the 1450 onward. Please do not write more or less than the five pages required. Less than five pages is not enough to get into detail about your topic, but equally important is learning to streamline your writing and get to the point quickly. Therefore, I will take off points if the paper is more, or less than, five pages, double spaced, 12 point Times New Roman font, with standard margins. You must arrange your work into paragraphs (these paragraphs must be indented with standard indents) with a clear introduction and conclusion. For all of your college courses the key to receiving a good grade on a paper is organization.