26 August 2015

Strategic Management Accounting

SUNDERLAND BUSINESS SCHOOL Module Title: Strategic Management Accounting Module Code: APC309
Individual assignment
Hand in Date:- Monday 7th July 2014
General Information
Weighting – 100% of the marks for this module
This is an individual assignment of 3,000 words (+/-10%), excluding appendices and bibliography. The word count MUST be shown on the front of the assignment.
There are TWO questions to be answered in this assignment. Each question carries a maximum mark of 50%.
All of the learning outcomes for the module are being assessed in this assignment. The learning outcomes are shown in the section entitled “Marking Guide”, which is further on in this document.
The University’s policy on cheating collusion and plagiarism will be applied to this piece of work.
You are required to produce a report which answers the following TWO questions: Question 1
XYZ Limited is a medium sized manufacturing business which makes and sells products to a range of industrial customers who use XYZ’s products in their own products. The working capital of XYZ is typical of a manufacturing organisation in that at any point in time they have cash, trade receivables, inventories of raw materials, work in progress and finished goods and trade payables. The Managing Director of XYZ Limited believes that all parts of the working capital cycle could be improved and has asked you to produce a report which discusses how each part of the working capital cycle could be improved and which critically evaluates the implications of the improvements on XYZ and other connected parties (for example trade receivables and trade payables).
1
Question 2
Many organisations use transfer pricing when transferring products between different divisions of the same organisation. You are required to discuss in detail the advantages and disadvantages of each of the following four methods:
1) Market based transfer prices;
2) Full cost transfer prices;
3) Cost-plus a mark-up transfer prices; and
4) Negotiated transfer prices.

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Strategic Management Accounting SUNDERLAND BUSINESS SCHOOL Module Title: Strategic Management Accounting Module Code: APC309Individual assignmentHand in Date:- Monday 7th July 2014General InformationWeighting – 100% […]


26 August 2015

Discuss the following question in relation to material covered in class discussions and in the assigned readings (including the Henretta text, the Thomas text, and the Vorenberg text).

History 202D Final Exam Spring 2014 Geier

Essay Section: In two separate essays, answer Question A and Question B. The conventions of correct English Grammer. Be sure to answer all parts of each question, and strive for a balance of examples and evidence drawn from readings and in-class discussions.

Question A (30% of grade for this exam– Recommended time for this question is about 35 minutes).
Discuss the following question in relation to material covered in class discussions and in the assigned readings (including the Henretta text, the Thomas text, and the Vorenberg text).

In January 1865, just 3 months before the end of the Civil War, a group of African-American freedmen, in response to a question from field investigators for the Union Army indicated what they hoped to gain from emancipation in the post-war period: “The way we can best take care of ourselves is to have land, and turn it and till it by our own labor–that is, by the labor of the women and children and old men…. We want to be placed on land until we are able to buy it and make it our own.” With this in mind, discuss (compare and contrast) the implications of Social Darwinism for how at least 3 (three) of the following people experienced the period after 1867 through 1896: (a) W.E.B. DuBois, (b) Booker T. Washington, (c) Ida Wells, (d) Suey Hin, (e) Alice Hamilton, (f) Jose Marti, (g) Zitkala-Sa, or (h) Horatio Alger. How did the ideology and popularity of Social Darwinism influence the rhetoric of reform? In what ways did Social Darwinism promote the ideal of individualism, and to what extent did it rely upon ideas of group identity? Support your answer with specific examples from readings and discussions.

Question B (30% of grade for this exam—Recommended time for this section is about 35 minutes).
Discuss the following question in relation to material covered in class discussions, and in the assigned readings (including the Henretta text and the Thomas text).

In 1902, American General Arthur MacArthur, responding to a Senate Committee investigating charges that his troops had committed atrocities against civilians in the Philippines, asserted “I felt that we had attained a moral and intellectual height from which we were bound to proclaim to all as the occasion arose the true message of humanity as embodied in the principles of our own institutions…. We are planting the best traditions, the best characteristics of Americanism in such a way that they can never be removed from that soil”. Just a few years later, however, an African-American writer named Charles Chesnutt observed, “I think it is exceedingly unfortunate…that the seat of [the U.S.} government should be located in the South. Inevitably, …the whole machinery of government takes its tone from its environment.” With this in mind, discuss the relationship between militarist imperialism and the Plessy vs. Ferguson decision. What institutions was Homer Plessy challenging and what came of his challenge? How did those institutions compare with the principles and priorities of the United States in the Philippines? How did the ideas expressed in the majority opinion of Plessy v. Ferguson compare with the ways in which advocates of imperialist expansion (such as MacArthur) described their motivations for and concerns about empire? Why was imperialism so popular during this period in the United States (1880-1914)? Support your answer with specific examples and evidence from the sources noted above.

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26 August 2015

Sudden Death of a loved one and how it effects the family left behind.

Paper instructions:


Utilizing information presented in this course, as well as theoretical and practical elements from academic and Christian sources, compile an original paper of at least 8–10 pages of body text, in current APA style, which summarizes your understanding of the nature and causes of trauma in general, as well as one specific type of trauma. Address factors necessary for successfully coping with the effects of trauma, and spiritual and professional approaches to treatment.

A minimum of 12 scholarly sources is required, in addition to your textbooks (if you choose to cite these). Grades will be assigned based on quality of content, how well APA guidelines are adhered to, the richness of citations utilized, quality of expression, and biblical integration presented. Prior to the submission of the final paper, you must submit a topic and then an outline for your research paper.


Remember that Wikipedia, about.com, and similar websites are not scholarly

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26 August 2015

How to avoid Stress and Violence at the workplacePaper instructions:
Research Paper should review a topic, including a brief history, why it is relevant to Human Resources (and workplace safety/risk management in particular), and detail current best practices as related to the topic. In your Research Paper, be certain to discuss how the core values of respect, integrity, and community relate to your topic.

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26 August 2015

Why does ‘educating’ people on the health risks of certain behaviours not necessarily help reduce them?
Why does ‘educating’ people on the health risks of certain behaviours not necessarily help reduce them?

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Why does ‘educating’ people on the health risks of certain behaviours not necessarily help reduce them? Why does ‘educating’ people on the health risks […]


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