Global Manufacturing Strategy Mix
Upon completion of the Required Readings, write a thorough, well-planned narrative answer to each of the following discussion questions. Rely on your Required Readings and the Lecture and Research Update for specific information to answer each discussion question, but turn to your original thoughts when asked to apply, evaluate, analyze, or synthesize the information. Appropriately cite all resources used to answer the discussion questions and include an APA-formatted bibliography for each. Your Discussion Question responses should be both grammatically and mechanically correct, and formatted in the same fashion as the questions themselves.
Global manufacturing strategy brings into play a mix of economic, competive, legal, political, and environmental conditions. Common patterns of decision making when considering global manufacturing suggest that success depends on dealing with configuration and coordination. Using relevant supporting examples, fully discuss how MNE’s competitiveness depends on configuration and coordination. (A 2-page response is required.)
Daniels, J. D., Radebaugh, L. H., & Sullivan, D. P. (2013). International Business- Environment & Operations. (14th ed) Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall. Chs. 11, 12, 13.
Global Manufacturing Strategy Mix InstructionsUpon completion of the Required Readings, write a thorough, well-planned narrative answer to each of the following discussion questions. Rely […]
Input and Output
1.Input and Output
Input and Output are necessary functions with any code. Define I/O and identify some of the elements needed in C++ that would use input or create output. Remember that input is not just from your keyboard and can be from a file or database. Additionally, output isn’t necessarily to a screen or a printer and can be to a file or a database. If you can’t think of any examples from the text or your own experiences, visit this Sample C++ Source Code website. You can use examples for any situation or devices.
Cell phones are rapidly becoming very powerful and they provide many uses beyond just texting and talking. Look back at each week and provide examples of how some of the items you have learned are used in these devices. Please use three examples.
Please number the discussion there are two of them
Input and Output 1.Input and Output Input and Output are necessary functions with any code. Define I/O and identify some of the elements needed […]
“Colonial Era: 17th Century” (Textbook tab): http://www.digitalhistory.uh.edu/era.cfm?eraID=2&smtid=2
“Colonial Era: 18th Century” (Textbook tab): http://www.digitalhistory.uh.edu/era.cfm?eraID=2&smtID=2
Each essay will consist of three paragraphs (4-6 sentences each = around 2 pages in length) on how a primary source relates to each week's readings. you should choose a primary source using the “Documents” tab for the era(s) from the assigned readings.
“Colonial Era” (Documents tab): http://www.digitalhistory.uh.edu/era.cfm?eraID=2&smtID=3
The first paragraph should briefly describe and summarize the source as well as explain how it relates to the assigned readings for this lesson. The second paragraph should analyze the source, writing about and interpreting how it specifically reflects and/or obscures aspects of history. The third paragraph should state what was surprising, unexpected, or confusing about the source and what was learned through performing this analysis.
List the source in bibliographic form according to the Chicago Manual of Style. See the following link for this citation style, listed under “History”: http://www.dianahacker.com/resdoc
Complete sentences and standard English grammar are required.
History Readings: Digital History “Colonial Era: 17th Century” (Textbook tab): http://www.digitalhistory.uh.edu/era.cfm?eraID=2&smtid=2 “Colonial Era: 18th Century” (Textbook tab): http://www.digitalhistory.uh.edu/era.cfm?eraID=2&smtID=2Essay: Each essay will consist of three […]
Write about how the father evolves throughout the novelPaper instructions:
Write about how the father evolves throughout the novel. After the catastrophic event, the father does anything for his son.
Thesis: Through the use of vivid imagery and symbolism, Cormac McCarthyâs The Road, depicts Earth as a desolate world. However, most overlooked is the fact that after a catastrophic event in which humans lose their social rules and standards, it does not take long to return to a primitive state.
The Road Research Paper Outline
I. Opening Paragraph
a. Through the use of vivid imagery and symbolism, Cormac McCarthy’s The Road, depicts Earth as a desolate world. However, most overlooked is the fact that after a catastrophic event in which humans lose their social rules and standards, it does not take long to return to a primitive state.
a. NC. 42
2. Characteristics of this new world?
a. Ash, Cold, Dark
1. NC. 1
3. Who are the characters?
a. Father and Son
1. The two main characters battle life and death obstacles throughout the novel; when a thug (“bad guy”) tries to kidnap the son, the father kills the man.
2. This is the main point of my paper.
3. Because of the events that have happened in the book, men are forced to be violent, steal, and to be cannibals.
a. NC. 9, 10, 17
b. Father and Son Bonding
1. Although, there is much violence, there is love between the Father and the Son.
2. The Father will do anything for the Son.
a. NC. 16, 18, 20, 19
c. Good vs. Evil
1. McCarthy uses vivid images of earth to show the darkness of the world.
2. There are “Good guys and Bad guys”.
3. Being good in the novel means you do not prey on those who are weaker than you.
4. Good dreams are mirages in the novel, drawing the characters away from their harsh reality. Nightmares reflect the terror they face daily.
a. NC. 8, 15, 32-34, 35, 36, 37
d. Spiritual Reference
1. The Father in the novel is constantly questioning Gods existence in this world.
2. The Father believes his son is Gods product.
3. Because of the traumatic events that happened, the Father thinks that God has abandoned them.
a. NC. 4, 6, 7, 11, 28-30, 32, 40
e. The Past vs. the present
1. A feeling of nostalgia when talking about the past.
2. Remembering the Past and its only good memories. When talking about the present, it only brings to mind bad things.
3. Remembering the past reminds the Father that it doesn’t exist. The past causes him to lose focus on the present.
a. NC. 3, 5, 12, 24-27
1. The father and son show the prevalence of humans through their physical and metal strength.
2. Being able to adapt to your surrounds allows the Father and Son to have strength.
3. The Father is stronger because he is protecting his son.
a. NC. 13, 21, 22, 23, 38
III. The Quest
1. The Father and Son are walking through burned America. Their destination is the coast. They don’t know what is or who is at the coast.
2. The journey throughout the book is very important. From beginning to end we see the Father and Son continue their journey not sure where they are headed.
a. NC. 14, 39, 41
Write about how the father evolves throughout the novelPaper instructions:Write about how the father evolves throughout the novel. After the catastrophic event, the father […]
Appellate Brief (Argument Section)
HEADINGS FOR THE ARGUMENT SECTION
1- THE NINTH CIRCUIT ERRED IN FINDING THAT THE DISTRICT COURT ABUSED ITS DISCRETION BECAUSE PERU WAS AN ADEQUATE ALTERNATIVE FORUM WITH A LOCAL INTEREST IN RESOLVING THE CONTROVERSY. FURTHERMORE WITNESSES, ENVIORNMENTAL CONSULTANTS, PHYSICIANS OF THE VICTIMS, AND DOCUMENTS WERE LOCATED IN PERU
A- Plaintiffs failed, in the district court, to show that the peruvian justice system
B- In coming to their decision, the district court analyzed court congestion and
local interest in resolving the controvery in peru
C- The district court also looked at location of witnesses, enviornmental
consultants, physicians of the victims, and documents
2- PLAINTIFF, AMAZON WATCH IS NOT ENTITLED TO DEFERENCE BECAUSE THEY WERE PLACED IN THE CASE ONLY TO PREVENT DISMISSAL TO PERU. AMAZON WATCH WAS NOT HARMED BY OCCIDENTAL’S ACTIONS, THEY MERELY MADE A DOCUMENTARY ABOUT THE CONTAMINATION AND ORGANIZED PUBLIC RELATION CAMPAIGNS
[Remember you need to have text under each heading and subheading. In each section you want to state the rule, apply the rule to your facts, compare your facts to another FNC case ( Piper Aircraft V. Reyno), briefly conclude. See the examples from my appellate brief].
Formate Of a Legal Argument:
Lead: The court's introduction to the point's analysis.
Application: Show that the rule applies to the case
Rebuttal: —–> for NO.1 (A), (B), (C)
Appellate Brief (Argument Section) HEADINGS FOR THE ARGUMENT SECTION 1- THE NINTH CIRCUIT ERRED IN FINDING THAT THE DISTRICT COURT ABUSED ITS DISCRETION BECAUSE […]