A 13-page report plus apa bib, organizational chart, and 23-slide MS PowerPoint presentation plus a 1 page apa bib in power point are required for the combination of Parts A, B, C, and D.) You are the Assistant Vice President of Carpetbagger's Chemica

A 13-page report plus apa bib, organizational chart, and 23-slide MS PowerPoint presentation plus a 1 page apa bib in power point are required for the combination of Parts A, B, C, and D.) You are the Assistant Vice President of Carpetbagger's Chemicals, a sixty-year-old company that provides chemicals used to create and install indoor and outdoor carpet. Your company has thrived on a "good old boy" network based on relationship selling and personal delivery using a fleet of company-owned, light-utility trucks driven by members of your sales force. Recently, your competition is threatening from several directions. Other chemical companies, using national and regional transportation carriers and Internet sales, are offering faster turn-around and lower prices. In addition, carpet made in Asia and Australia is gaining in popularity in the United States. Sales have been down for three years, and costs continue to rise. The board of directors of Carpetbagger's Chemicals recently hired a new president to help turn the company around. He has determined that it is necessary to create radical change to make Carpetbagger's Chemicals profitable again. These changes will ultimately affect the very culture of your organization. There are three (3) top priorities for the new president.

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"Triple Bottom Line"

"Triple Bottom Line" and watch the video "The Story of Stuff." All of these can be found in the lower portion of our moodle. 2. Write a reflection paper on the lessons that you have learned after watching the video in connection with the triple bottom line framework of corporate social responsibility.

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A dilemma in information technology ethics privacy or law Pick a specific side of the argument and write a persuasive essay in which you attempt

Select a dilemma in information technology ethics, privacy, or law. Pick a specific side of the argument and write a persuasive essay in which you attempt to convince your reader that your line of thinking is the right one. You must select and argue for one point of view and may not conclude that “things could go either way.”

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According to Jaber (1999), in its first months of formation, Hezbollah . A.was alienated from the group whose support it needed most, South Lebanon. B.was a resistance movement and nothing else

According to Jaber (1999), in its first months of formation, Hezbollah ______________. A.was alienated from the group whose support it needed most, South Lebanon. B.was a resistance movement and nothing else C.formed after a jihad, or call to war, was issued by the head of the Higher Shiite Council D.saw the Israeli Defense Force (IDF) as liberators Timur Goksel (in Hezbollah, Jaber, 1999) attributes Hezbollah's emergence as "a stronger force" in 1991 to __________. A.dramatically increasing its size, an action known to increase the power of resistance groups B.adopting military tactics such as intelligence and reconnaissance C.launching its first ever "human bomb" suicide terrorism attacks D.ceasing "gorilla warfare", an effort for which they didn't have sufficient resources Jaber (1999) attributes the resurgance of Hezbollah to all except___________. A.the murder of leaders, making them martyrs B.mistakes made by an occupying country C.changes in command structure D.growing Islamic influence in the Middle East According to Reich (1998), terrorist thinking typically ___________. A.lacks nuance B.has many shades of grey C.lacks psychopathology D.both "a" and "c" Reich's (1998) survey examining the life courses and personal characteristics of terrorists has shown that __________. A.they are no more likely to come from broken homes than are non-terrorists B.they tend to engage in the practice of "externalization" C.proportionally, they aren't as narcissistic as the general population D.all of the above In Reich's (1998) opinion, the highest priority of a terrorist is __________. A.gaining public attention B.avoiding the appearance of conformance C.achieving its cause D.survival Self-sanctions can be disengaged via _________ (Reich, 1998). A.diffusion of responsibility B.obscuring personal agency C.distortion of consequences D.all of the above In Rebel Hearts, Kevin Toolis' (1997) story of attempting to date Joan, an "I-R-A-M-A-A-N's sister" exemplifies _________. A.how the barriers between rival factions can somtimes be broken down in surprising ways B.a Romeo and Juliet type situation where family wishes trump love C.the power of an oppressor can overwhelm the stamina of resistance D.terrorist affiliation as tribalism 9. Toolis (1997) describes the IRA's practice of attacking those believed to be collaborating with the opposing side as A.divert its troops away from their military duties B.recruit new members C.gain media attention D.terrorize everyday citizens 10. Question 10 of 10 1.0 PointsToolis (1997) references the phrase "standing up to" as indicative of ___________. A.the power of even the possibility of resistance in the face of an overwhelming enemy B.something passed down through generations of resistance fighters C.the IRA's self-view as "defenders" D.all of the above

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a number of critical approaches to literature and in one of your discussion post

Assignment: In unit four, we read about a number of critical approaches to literature, and in one of your discussion post, you gave a brief sense of how you might apply one of these approaches to a work of literature. Now, you'll be doing that to a much more extensive degree. You will select three works of literature– one play, one short story, and one poem — from your textbook. You will also select one of the critical approaches discussed in your book's section "Critical Strategies for Reading" Then, you will write an essay that analyzes and interprets the work you've chosen through the lens of the critical approach you've chosen.

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a lot of US firms

The first part, it is given information about Nokia with 4 short questions. Another half is "a lot of US firms have been announcing earnings that have been affected (hit) by currency effects. Most of them are blaming the strong US$ for the results" – following up with two short questions about the issue, Additional Requirements Min Pages: 1 Max Pages: 2 Case 1: Nokia’s Foreign Exchange Exposure (40 points) In its 4th quarter 2004 earnings announcement, Nokia, the Finnish cell phone giant, reported a three percent increase in sales to €9.06 billion due to strong demand for new phone models and sales of network gear. However, Nokia management noted that sales would have been higher if it hadn’t been for the adverse impact of currency exchange rates. Nokia is the world’s largest manufacturer of mobile devices and a leader in mobile networks. Its business is divided into four business groups and two horizontal groups that support the business groups. The four business groups are mobile phones, multimedia, enterprise solutions, and networks. The two horizontal groups are customer and market operations and technology platforms. Nokia was founded in 1967 through the merger of three Finnish companies. In the early 1980s, Nokia began a big push into telecommunications and consumer electronics markets through the acquisition of three Swedish companies. After some other acquisitions, it became the largest Scandinavian information technology company and then expanded its cable business into Continental Europe. However, it decided to divest its information technology and basic industry operations in the beginning of the 1990s so that it could focus on telecommunications. Even though the sale of handsets increased 16 percent in 2004, competition and low prices actually pushed revenues down by 3 percent and global market share fell 20 percent. The stock price was pushed down 52 percent by investors between March and August 2004. Nokia’s management was able to turn around the company by the end of the year, but sales were still flat. In order to move the company forward, CEO Jorma Ollila is putting a lot of money into R&D. Nokia generates 63 percent of its revenues and 87 percent of its operating profits from basic cell phones, a market that isn’t expected to expand significantly in the developed markets. As a result, Nokia is putting more emphasis into the developing markets of China, India, Brazil, and Russia and moving into even higher technology areas. Nokia is the biggest mobile phone manufacturer in the world, and only one percent of its sales comes from Finland. It makes twice as many handsets as its closest rival, Motorola. Nokia employs 22,000 workers in Finland and has relationships with some 6,000 Finnish suppliers and subcontractors. In addition, it has about 51,000 employees worldwide. It had 15 manufacturing facilities in nine different countries as of December 31, 2004. Only a small percentage of its cell phone manufacturing takes place in Finland. Manufacturing facilities in the U.S., Mexico, and Brazil supply the North and South American markets. Plants located in Finland, Germany, the United Kingdom, and Hungary supply the European market and non-European markets that have adopted the GSM technology standard. Plants in China and South Korea service Asia. In 2005, Nokia announced that it was going to set up a manufacturing facility in India. In 2004, Nokia generated 55 percent of its sales in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa; 25 percent in China and the rest of Asia; and 20 percent in North and South America. However, the largest market for Nokia in 2004 was the United States, followed by China, the United Kingdom, Germany, India, and Brazil. Nokia reports in euros and keeps its financial statements according to IFRS. Its shares are traded on stock exchanges in Helsinki, Stockholm, Frankfurt, Paris, and New York. Because it lists in New York it must disclose form 20-F reconciling the financial statement from Finnish Accounting legislation and IFRS to U.S. GAAP. In discussing its risk factors, Nokia management noted the following: “We operate globally and are therefore exposed to foreign exchange risks in the form of both transaction risks and translation risks. Our policy is to monitor and hedge exchange rate exposure, and we manage our operations to mitigate, but not eliminate, the impacts of exchange rate fluctuations. Our sales and results may be materially affected by exchange rate fluctuations. Similarly, exchange rate fluctuations may also materially affect the U.S. dollar value of any dividends or other distributions that are paid in euro.” Talking about the risk in more detail, management noted, “Nokia’s business and results of operations are from time to time affected by changes in exchange rates, particularly between the euro and other currencies such as the U.S. dollar, the Japanese yen, and the U.K. pound sterling… Foreign-currency-denominated assets and liabilities, together with the highly probable purchase and sale commitments, give rise to foreign exchange exposure.” In most countries where it does business, Nokia has more sales than purchases, with the exception of Japan where it has more purchases than sales. During 2004, 2003, and 2002, both the U.S. dollar and the Japanese yen depreciated against the euro. In 2004, the British pound appreciated against the euro, but in 2003 and 2002, the pound fell against the euro. The importance of the dollar is significant, because, in 2004, more than 50 percent of Nokia’s net sales were generated in dollars or currencies that closely followed the dollar. In addition, about 50 percent of the components that Nokia users are sourced in U.S. dollars. The company is highly centralized in establishing its hedging strategy. In its discussion on risk, Nokia notes that foreign currency-denominated assets and liabilities, as well as expected cash flows from highly probable purchases and sales, give rise to foreign exchange exposures. Due to a high degree of production and sales outside of the Eurozone, transaction exposures are managed against the different national currencies. Material transaction hedges are hedged, and most of the derivatives it uses mature in less than one year. Questions 1. Identify the different types of foreign exchange exposure Nokia faces. 2. Given the discussion of the movements of the U.S. dollar, Japanese yen, and British pound against the euro in 2002-2004, what is your guess on how the exchange rates should have affected the different types of exposure of Nokia? 3. What types of hedging devices do you think Nokia might have used against its different exposures? 4. Discuss whether or not Nokia’s manufacturing strategy was an effective hedging strategy.

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A business letter introducing the contents of the plan with a general summary of timeframe and costs. This letter should serve as your "selling" point to the library board and should summarize the benefits of the plan.

A business letter introducing the contents of the plan with a general summary of timeframe and costs. This letter should serve as your "selling" point to the library board and should summarize the benefits of the plan. A system proposal that includes the following: A description of the current system and associated problem A summary of the goals of the proposed system A description of the proposed solution including hardware, software and other required resources. This will be the most detailed part of the plan and should include much of the information from the System Design phase. An implementation summary including timetables, resources, and costs. A rollout plan A final closing summary of the plan indicating how this solution meets the objectives. This document should be of sufficient length to adequately represent your project plan. Adhere to APA formatting and reference guidelines when writing your response. Additionally, your response should be free of grammatical errors, use complete sentences, and give specific details to support statements.

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Accurate coding is crucial in healthcare. The role of clinicians, in coding, is very important for accurate coding. Discuss in 300-500 words quoting references why are clinicians so reluctant to assist in coding? and how we could overcome this problem? Al

Accurate coding is crucial in healthcare. The role of clinicians, in coding, is very important for accurate coding. Discuss in 300-500 words quoting references why are clinicians so reluctant to assist in coding? and how we could overcome this problem? Also, comment (your opinion) on at least two of your classmate's thread —

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According to your textbook, "Threats to global life systems such as global warming, ozone depletion, and the loss of tropical forests and marine habitats are just as important to the future of humankind as the threat of nuclear catastrophe."

According to your textbook, "Threats to global life systems such as global warming, ozone depletion, and the loss of tropical forests and marine habitats are just as important to the future of humankind as the threat of nuclear catastrophe." Is global environmental degradation a security issue with consequences as far-reaching as those entailed by the traditional concept of national security? Why, or why not? As you discuss this issue, please support your arguments with information you have found in your course readings as well as from sources other than your textbook. Please do not use Wikipedia, as this is not a peer reviewed source of information, and while some items are very useful and convey correct information, others are not. Whatever sources you use, please cite them.

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ACME Development Corporation (ADC), a developer of custom homes and apartment complexes, has decided to standardize its project management practices and processes across its national organization.

ACME Development Corporation (ADC), a developer of custom homes and apartment complexes, has decided to standardize its project management practices and processes across its national organization. The goal is to standardize with one single project-scheduling tool and to have the tool installed and be operational within 90 days. To this end, the company is forming a central project management office (PMO). Until now, project managers (there are 40 presently on staff distributed all over the United States) have been able to use whatever scheduling tool they liked, within their budget constraints. They have also been able to buy equipment and engage contractors at will. The PMO will be determining one scheduling tool that all PMs will be expected to use, exclusive of any other scheduling tools. The PMO will also develop and implement a standardized procurement process. Because the PMs are located across the United States, a Web-based solution seems likely to be the most successful tool.

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