Identify Risks Imagine you are considering opening a business. Share the type of business you would open. Then, create a list of the five (5) most significant risks that you must address prior to making your decision regarding the viability of your venture. Justify the risks. After posting your response, respond to at least one (1) of your classmates on their suggestions.
Subject: Introduction to eBusiness – Recommended textbook for the assignment: Laudon, K. C. & Traver, C. G. (2013). E-commerce Essentials, 1st Edition. Pearson. ISBN-13: 9780133544985. (CHAPTERS 3 & 4) – Answer the following essay questions: 1. The Internet was not originally envisioned to be the foundation for modern business. What were the key design and implementation choices that made current eBusiness possible? 2. Describe the major eBusiness transactions, the equipment and protocols used to support those transactions, and the role of various utility applications. 3. Your boss asks you to help him establish a set of major decisions about transforming […]
Last week, you were given control of a project. You have properly defined your project. Now, it is time to estimate your budget. Your Project Sponsor has set a limit on the amount of money you can spend. You know your budget will exceed what that limit is. Using the information covered in the required readings, describe the key components of your budget that you will need, as well as how long it will take to complete it (using the materials we covered this week), and why it exceeds your Sponsor’s limit.
Instructions-Essay Establishing a culture of sound business ethics within an organization is challenging, to say the least. Companies that market products that are not considered to be “healthy” for consumers have additional challenges. Using the CSU online library, research a company that markets “unhealthy” products. Examples might include tobacco or alcohol companies, but these examples are not all-inclusive. Respond to the following questions. 1. Briefly describe the company and its product and the ethical dilemma associated with the production and distribution of its products. 2. Describe how the perception of the product differs within cultures both within the United States […]
You know from your prior experience that moving to lean manufacturing (or demand-based manufacturing) can generate not only profitability improvements but also improvements in asset requirements (inventory reduction). Based on this, you wanted to let the Global Supply Chain Manager and her purchasing department know about the kind of inventory savings that might be achievable. She is already familiar with the classic EOQ formula, of Q= v2CD / H WhereC = cost of issuing a new purchase order or cost of a changeover in the manufacturing plant;D = demand per period; andH = carrying cost of inventory To assess the expected […]
Strategic Management Case Study: Weight Watchers Please read the attached case study carefully, understand it and answer the following questions (file attached) based on the case study. In particular, please answer the question #5, make sure to use the attached e-book only. The innovation needs to be part of the book. Upto 2000 words Instructions: Keep the first-person writing tone for all the answers. (I, According to myself, etc etc. . .) 1. No plagiarism please. Attached the turnit in report along with the answers. 2. Academic level English. Accurate grammar and spellings mandatory. 3. Follow strict APA format. 4. […]
The student needs to demonstrate that the use of statistical data to interpret market trends and developments. For a specific organization you must: Develop a research plan that will enable you to gather both quantitative and qualitative data about internal and external conditions that affect the market and your organization’s product/ service positioning within the market.
Objectives Upon successful completion of the case study, students will be able to illustrate how effective leadership from top-management fosters innovation in a company, compare and contrast the firm’s approach to project management with the practices of traditional software project management, demonstrate the significance of effective project planning in the success of a company, argue how the implementation of an innovative working environment benefits the company and team members, demonstrate how the adaption of flexible team effort yields optimal gains for the firm, explain the difference between leading and managing a project, and explain cooperative relationships in project management team […]
In this project, students apply their knowledge of the four functions of management (planning, leading, organizing and controlling) to current events. Locate an article that represents each of the functions (you should have four articles). The article should be no more than five years old. Use the project instructions sheet to analyze each article. Present the articles in a PowerPoint presentation. Identify the article. Provide a citation in APA Style. Provide a summary of the article (one – two paragraphs) How does the article relate to course readings? Describe relevant history, theories or laws. Article Events Personal Reaction What […]
1. Select any two problems in the automotive industry and identify at least three major competitors within that industry. Visit their websites, gather data from all available sources and identify key strategic issues within the industry and key strategic issues for the individual companies. The process should cover the following research process and briefly discuss each step. • Research Problem and Purpose • Review of Relevant Literature • Study Framework • Research Objectives, Questions, or Hypotheses • Study Variables • Study Design • Population and Sample • Measurement Methods • Data Collection • Data Analysis • Discussion of Research Outcomes […]