21 August 2015

MAINE-BARNES, LTD MAINE-BARNES, LTD
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I will attach 2 files
1. The article.
2. how to answer.

The title of this Case Study assignment is “MAINE-BARNES, LTD”. MAINE-BARNES, LTD NOTE: The purpose of this case is to give you an opportunity to analyze a real-life make-or-buy situation. Like most make-or-buy situations in practice, cost and related operating data available in the case are not entirely complete; hence, you will be required to make a few realistic assumptions in order to proceed with a reasonably thorough analysis of the case. All student groups shall prepare their case studies according to the “Case Study Parameters” document. The above-mentioned documents are attached to this assignment.
All students to use the outline for case studies as posted in the case studies folder on BBL for preparing your written case study analysis. I want you to use the five major headings as listed in the outline for case study analysis including:
Note: Structure your analysis, use headings and subheadings, do not write an essay.

Case Name:

1.       Major Facts
a.       State here the major facts as you see them. Make statements clear and concise for your own understanding as well as for the understanding of the other students and the instructor.
2.       Major Problem
a.       State here the major problem as you see it. Emphasize the present major problem. You may wish to phrase your statement in the form of a question. In a few cases, there may be more than one major problem. A good problem statement will be concise, usually only one sentence.

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MAINE-BARNES, LTD MAINE-BARNES, LTD Paper details  I will attach 2 files1. The article.2. how to answer. The title of this Case Study assignment is “MAINE-BARNES, […]


21 August 2015

Digital Forensics/ Electronic EvidenceDigital Forensics/ Electronic Evidence
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Questions
1. Digital forensics can encompass many areas of inquiry, including information network analysis and source code analysis. Describe three specific crimes in which digital forensics can be used to both identify and prosecute a computer criminal. In your response, be sure to list the type(s) of evidence that would most likely be collected in the crimes that you have described.
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2.Discuss how the improper handling of electronic evidence can adversely affect a criminal case. In your response explain the precautions that should be taken when investigators are collecting, processing, and analyzing digital evidence.
Preferred language style   US English

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21 August 2015

A Long Walk to Freedom by Nelson MandelaA Long Walk to Freedom by Nelson Mandela
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I need a book review written on A Long Walk to Freedom by Nelson Mandela. Its for a world politics class so the review should focus on a political theme.

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A Long Walk to Freedom by Nelson MandelaA Long Walk to Freedom by Nelson Mandela Paper details  I need a book review written on […]


21 August 2015

Risk Management and Effective Communication PlanningRisk Management and Effective Communication Planning
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Imagine that you have been asked to participate as a project manager for a website renovation project for a clothing department store. The Website will be mobile-user friendly and will target global customers to expand business overseas. The scope requires your project team to decompose the project into the following phases: design a sample Website, attain consensus on the design from upper management, develop the Website, test the Website functionality, and transition Web services to the new Website. A project of this magnitude carries many risks. For instance, the marketing department has a habit of adding requirements and requesting features toward the end of the project.
System network administrators have expressed their concerns for cyberattacks and other cyberthreats that are prevalent across the industry. The IT Operations team also has provided feedback and is worried about having enough bandwidth for the additional global visitors who will now be accessing the Website.
For this assignment, you will be expected to develop a risk management plan and assist in coordinating communications amongst the project stakeholders. 1. Develop a risk assessment using the table format below to:
a. Select at least two (2) risks that could take place for each phase of the project which includes:
i. Designing a sample Website
ii. Attaining consensus on the design from upper management
iii. Developing the Website
iv. Testing the Website functionality
v. Transitioning Web services to the new Website
b. Identify a risk owner and his / her role in the project.
c. Describe a strategy for managing each risk.
d. Describe the response to the risk.
e. Identify the resources that would be required to provide a risk response plan.
Note: Document the risk assessment by using the following table format. Risk Management Plan Risk Category Risk Owner / Role Strategy for Managing Risk Response Resources Required Designing a sample Website
Attaining consensus on the design from upper management
Developing the Website
Testing the Website functionality
Transitioning Web services to the new Website
Consider the following communication requirements:
 The project manager will need to present the project status to executive management on a weekly basis. The project manager will need to provide a written status report to the Chief Financial Officer on a monthly basis.
 The Website manager will be notified via email on all Web services requests required for the project. Request notifications will include time constraints and impacts, which will identify the urgency of the request for service.
 The project team will have weekly update / status meetings to review completed tasks and determine current work priorities. Minutes will be produced from all meetings.
 The project manager will provide the project sponsor, executives, and project team with project team minutes and steering committee status reports.
 The financial analyst assigned to this project will need to provide the project team a report of actual costs that are tied to the project.
 An enterprise newsletter is expected to be produced by the project team to inform all employees of the undergoing changes to the Website. The newsletter should be attached to the employee paychecks, which get distributed every two weeks.
2. List at least three (3) benefits that could be achieved by anticipating possible risks. Use the completed risk management plan to provide an example.
3. Explain how a properly developed risk management plan could help functional resources and executives, external to the IT Project Management team, to mitigate possible delays or increased costs.
4. Develop a project communications plan based on the completed risk assessment, which describes the various communications that will be produced throughout the project.
Note: Document the plan by using the following table format. Project Communication Plan Stakeholder Report/Document Description and Format Time Frame / Frequency Benefit to the Project
5. Evaluate the role of communications management within project management.
6. Describe at least three (3) benefits that a project team could achieve by having properly planned communications. Use the completed project communication plan to provide an example.
7. Suggest how communications management could optimize communications within the project team and other stakeholders.

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21 August 2015

Port PerformancePort Performance
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Discuss the transporters role, the port’s role and the government’s role in controlling invasive species and other hazards inherent in the movement of goods, goods themselves, and their packaging, specifically addressing the management of wastes at port activities as part of the total solution.

Include in-text citations and references to support your discussion.

Include direct questions for classmates to discuss further.

Textbook: Song, Dong-Wook, & Panayides, P. (2012). Maritime logistics: A complete guide to effective shipping and port management. London: Kogan Page.

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