25 August 2015

You stated what you felt the impact of quality improvement had on healthcare and your experiences with itPaper instructions:
For this discussion assignment, think back to your initial discussion. You stated what you felt the impact of quality improvement had on healthcare and your experiences with it. Now that you have finished the content of the course, how have your opinions changed or have they stayed the same? How do you feel the concepts and theories you learned in this course will assist you in your future career?

25 August 2015,
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You stated what you felt the impact of quality improvement had on healthcare and your experiences with itPaper instructions:For this discussion assignment, think back […]


25 August 2015

Renewable energy
ENGL 150
Research Writing Packet
This packet contains:
1. My notes on research writing competencies
2. A sample argumentative research paper in MLA style from Diana Hacker
3. A discussion of avoiding plagiarism from the Purdue On-Line Writing Lab
Notes on Research Writing Competencies
ENGL 150
Overall Purpose of Research
• Completing coursework vs. scholarship community
• Negotiating the discourse community of academia
Documentation
• Purposes
o To identify what information comes from a source
o To identify the source information comes from
o To avoid plagiarism
• Format
o Bibliography
o In-Text Citations
• Tools
o MLA Book
o Purdue OWL
o Software
o Web Tools
Researching
• Purposes
o To understand a topic
o To inform your writing
o To develop insight .
o Not limited to justifying existing ideas
• Skills for Secondary Research
o Searching
o Sorting
o Evaluating Credibility
• Searching
o Library databases
o Library resources
o The internet
o Gateway sources
o Sideways searching
o Primary sources
• Evaluation
o What the source says (logic, use of evidence)
o Who wrote it
o Why was it published
o When was it published
o Where was it published
• Organization
o Note taking
o Outlining
o High and low tech
o Good messy vs. bad messy
Argumentation
• Critical Thinking
• Types of Evidence
• Types of Appeals
• Logic & Fallacies
• Dealing with Numbers
• Audience & Discourse Community
• Anticipating Objections
• Agonistic vs. Irenic Rhetoric
Composition
• Establishing Credibility
• Outlining
• Drafting
• Revision
• Editing
o Academic Style
o Style vs. Correctness
• Research Writing Mechanics
o Quoting vs. paraphrase/summary
o Quote mechanics
• Signal phrases
• Punctuation
• Documentation
• Block quotes
• Omissions & additions
• Preserving Context
• Indirect quotes
o Paraphrase/Summary mechanics
• Signal phrases
• Avoiding inadvertent plagiarism
• Preserving meaning & context
• Documentation
Avoiding Plagiarism
• In the Western world:
o Academic scholarship is done to increase understanding of a
certain topic for the sake of knowledge itself.
o Scholars publish research with the understanding that others will
build on it
o Part of that understanding includes giving credit for others' work.
• Plagiarism is the uncredited use of someone else's work.
o This “work” can include
• Presenting someone else's research or unique ideas as
one's own
• Presenting someone else's writing or phrasing as one's own
o Unintentional plagiarism is still plagiarism
• To avoid plagiarism, both these requirements must be met:
o All use of external sources needs to be documented according to
the requirements of the situation
o All use of exact words from another source needs to be marked as
a quotation
Notes on terminology:
• “MLA” is a format for documenting research and formatting academic
manuscripts published by the Modern Language Association. It is correct to
say 'Tm writing a paper in MLA style,” and not correct to say 'Tm writing an
MLA paper.”
• MLA “style” refers to the style of formatting the documentation (in-text
citations and Works Cited page) or the page layout (title, spacing, page
numbers, etc.) and not to the choice of words and phrases you use.
• The word “research” can mean both gathering information (“researching a
topic”) and the finished product (“publishing my research”).
• A “source” is a discrete piece of information, such as an article. A “resource”
is something you use to find sources, such as a library database. It is not
correct to say “My paper has four resources listed on the Works Cited page.”
• A “Works Cited page” is MLA's term for the bibliography. All formal research
papers have bibliographies. Only MLA-style papers have a Works Cited page.
(APA-style papers have a References page, for example.)
• A “formal” research paper means that it follows an existing form, such as
MLA format, for presenting research.
• When paraphrasing, the instruction is often to write a passage of research “in
your own words.” It would probably be more accurate to say “in different
words,” or “in a rephrased manner that matches the style of the rest of your
paper which should be your version of an academic voice,” which you may or
may not consider to be “your” words.
• In the context of writing academic research papers, “good” writing refers
only to writing of those kinds of papers. There are many kinds of writing, and
“good” writing changes depending on the context.

25 August 2015,
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Renewable energy ENGL 150 Research Writing Packet This packet contains: 1. My notes on research writing competencies 2. A sample argumentative research paper in […]


25 August 2015

Workplace ViolencePaper instructions:
With the articles provide, and only the articles provided:

•the major theme or topic is identified;
•the author(s)’ method of inquiry and approach is briefly summarized;
•findings and conclusions noted; and
•you add some personal assessment of the quality of the argument, significance of the conclusions, and so on.

25 August 2015,
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Workplace ViolencePaper instructions:With the articles provide, and only the articles provided: •the major theme or topic is identified;•the author(s)’ method of inquiry and approach […]


25 August 2015

Tabu assisted guided local search approaches for freight service network design

Tabu assisted guided local search approaches for freight service network design

25 August 2015,
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25 August 2015

ANALYSE HOW THE BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT IS CONSIDERED IN STRATEGY FORMULATION
ANALYSE HOW THE BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT IS CONSIDERED IN STRATEGY FORMULATION:
1.1 Explain strategic context and terminology – missions, visions, objectives, goals, core competencies
1.2 Review the issues involved in strategic planning for Apple’s business scenario. [As a business analyst identify and apply strategies to find appropriate solutions for Apple and focus its targets; when to plan; who should be involved]
1.3 Explain different planning techniques that Apple can use. You may consider  BCG growth-share matrix; directional policy matrices; SPACE, PIMS. [Apply appropriate method/techniques for Apple either BCG growth-share matrix or SPACE or PIMS]

UNDERSTAND THE PROCESS OF STRATEGY PLANNING;
2.1 Produce an organisational audit for Apple. You should consider using SWOT analysis; product positions; value-chain analysis to conduct the audit for Apple.
2.2 Carry out an environmental audit for Apple, Should use PESTLE AND Porter’s 5 forces analysis for the environmental audit. [Explain Apple’s present strategy and communicate appropriate solution and focus on Porter’s 5 forces analysis]
2.3 Explain significance of stakeholder analysis for Apple

EXAMINE APPROACHES TO STRATEGY EVALUATION AND SELCTION;
3.1 Analyse possible alternative strategies relating to substantive growth, limited growth or retrenchment for Apple [as a business analyst consider the alternatives appropriateness and take responsibility for managing and organizing activities for Apple]
3.2 select an appropriate future strategy for Apple

ANALYSE HOW STRATEGY IMPLEMENTATION IS REALIZED;
4.1 Compare the roles and responsibility for strategy implementation for Apple business
4.2 Evaluate resources requirements to implement a new strategy for Apple [recommend from your position to demonstrate creative thinking for Apple new strategy]

4.3 Discuss targets and timescales for achievement for Apple  business to monitor a given strategy 

25 August 2015,
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ANALYSE HOW THE BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT IS CONSIDERED IN STRATEGY FORMULATION ANALYSE HOW THE BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT IS CONSIDERED IN STRATEGY FORMULATION: 1.1 Explain strategic context […]


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