How does the materiality of an item affect the acceptable and inherent risk borne Discussion topic: 1. “Material” has a different definition in accounting than it does in everyday life. What does “material” mean in the context of an audit, and who determines whether an item is material? How does the materiality of an item affect the acceptable and inherent risk borne by an audited company? Student Post 2. “Material” in accounting is considered an item that could make a difference. Different companies have different “materials” that could affect the bottom line. Obviously, the bigger the […]
Explain how factors other than discrimination could affect relative wages Economics Discussion Answer the following questions at 150 words each. 1. In your textbook (Chapter 17, Figure 4), you see a common resources game that asks, “Should we drill another well or not?” Consider this game and describe what the dominant strategy is (as per the textbook). Consider what will happen if this becomes a repetitive game (both oil companies knowing they will share many oil fields over the next years). Will the dominant strategy survive, and—if not—what strategy could emerge as “best”? 2. Brand names can be important to […]
Strategies to empower patients or families in all aspects of the health care process Define patient centered care, describe strategies to empower patients or families in all aspects of the health care process Citation/references APA format https://mail.google.com/mail/u/4?ui=2&ik=fdd7216d4c&attid=0.1&permmsgid=msg-f:1642274346908339601&th=16ca87d13f354d91&view=att&disp=safe&realattid=f_jzhzya070
Define the Five-Step Marketing Research Approach Scenario: You are the marketing manager for a local nonprofit charity whose funding is derived from membership fees. You have noticed a severe drop in new memberships and a decline in repeat memberships, which is threatening your organization’s ability to survive and grow. You have decided to implement the Five-Step Marketing Research Approach to help clarify the problem and develop strategies for implementation. Create a 10- to 15-slide Microsoft® PowerPoint®, presentation with speaker notes on the Five-Step Marketing Research Approach in which you detail the steps you will use to address the membership issue that the […]
Accountants can be independent but some are employed by the business they do accounting for #1. Auditors are normally independent. Accountants can be independent but some are employed by the business they do accounting for. Auditors are independent so that they aren’t associated with the business, so they won’t be bias. External users don’t trust employed auditors because they can be bias and falsify statements. Auditors examine the financial statements after the fact. Accountants prepare the financial statements. Both accountants and auditors have to have about the same amount of education. Auditors are responsible to make sure not only financial […]
How can you prepare to lead a company in an African country Discussion A: International Business in Africa Welcome to the discussion. In this course you will be introduced to a topic in the discussion. The first week of the module you will write about your initial thoughts after reviewing the resources. The initial post should be at least 300 words. During the following week you will reply to at least two of your classmates. The replies should be at least 100 words. See the discussion rubric for more details on grading. Discussions should always be completed prior to “class.” […]
Challenges and risks involved in m-commerce Submit a 3 to 4 page paper focused on challenges and risks involved in m-commerce. Provide an example of an organization that has successfully implemented m-commerce in its operations, including location-based (GPS) features.
Do research online to identify the capabilities of digital asset management software Provide 2 pages of word document , Minimum 500 words Topic: The National Audit Office (NAO) scrutinizes public spending in the United Kingdom. Its memorandum on the BBC’s DMI project reported on several key findings. First, the in-house team was severely challenged by the fact that the project was already 18 months behind schedule when they began work on the project. Second, the technology team issued releases throughout the project that did not meet end-user expectations and eroded confidence in the project. Third, the BBC focused more on the […]
Six keys to leading positive change After watching the YouTube video “Six keys to leading positive change: Rosabeth Moss Kanter at TEDxBeaconStreet,” discuss two keys from the video that align best with your leadership style that you identified during week one’s discussion forum. -My WEEK 1 DISCUSSION DOC ATTACHED . Youtube Video : REQUIRED VIDEOS Six keys to leading positive change: Rosabeth Moss Kanter at TEDxBeaconStreet REQUIRED MATERIALS – OTHER How Do You Change an Organizational Culture? https://www.forbes.com/sites/stevedenning/2011/07/23/how-do-you-change-an-organizational-culture/#3689528b39dc discussion_board_week1___laxmi_narasimha_paduru
Discuss a couple of newer uses for association rules Discuss a couple of newer uses for association rules – possibly some of the more recent web-based businesses or organizations might use them? Can you think of any other possible uses?