Trexel Case 1) What criteria should you use to evaluate the projects at Trexel? Which project (molded structural foam, injection molding, blow molding, PVC extrusions, or meat trays and food packaging) should Bernstein recommended to the board? Why? The project at Trexel should be evaluated through different criteria, like: • Company’s history: Since Bernstein joined to the Trexel Team, he has developed two strategies: the first one was based on partnership deals and the second one on internal development of specific products. Both strategies failed, therefore it is necessary to analyze what were their mistakes.
Solution: Chapter 10 Q5: You decide that you will address Smackey Dog Food, Inc.’s accounts receivables through confirmations. Discuss the various types of confirmations and what forms you will implement and why. Solution: Chapter 19 Q6: What are the major factors affecting sample size for confirming accounts receivable? Solution: Chapter 16 pg. 535 - Total Population - Tolerable misstatement - Control risk - Types of confirmation Q7: A major issue in verifying the ending balance in property, plant and equipment is the possibility of legal encumbrances.
List common causes of difficulties with continence. Some individual’s may find it difficult to use the toilet or commode due to being unable to walk, stand or simply know when they need to have a bowl movement. 1.3. Explain how an individual’s personal beliefs and values
1. In Fahrenheit 451, Montag experiences many conflicts. One inner-conflict he faces is the decisions to read books or burn them. After breaking the “rules” and peeking through some literature, h realizes he no loner wants to burn books. He decides to continue reading.
Faber’s Knowledge Books are something everyone takes advantage of, nobody knows how important they are until they’re gone. In Ray Bradbury’s novel Fahrenheit 451 Montag goes to Faber to seek advice about the books. He finds out Faber’s beliefs in book’s purpose, quality, and the leisure of people. Faber also believes that fear of the truth in books drove people away, and now without the books there is only chaos. When Faber told Montag what the purpose of books were, he spoke, “Books are a receptacle where we stored a lot of things we were afraid we might forget,” so without them everything would slowly be forgotten (83).
Pronouns are used throughout the poem to make the reader connect with the persona. “A barrier at the main gate sealed off the highway” consists of the techniques metaphor, symbol and imagery. The technique simile is used throughout the line to inform the reader that there was the possibility of constant change within the camp, which caused uncertainty. Within the poem the persona shows that they want to feel a sense of belonging as they realize that there is a reason to have a sense of belonging but does not as he doesn’t have a sense of identity within himself. Symbolism is used in the line “A barrier” as it is a symbol for obstruction, which causes the migrants to limited decision-making but also constricting them to not belong within the wider Australian
Assignment1 1.1 Review the range of groups and individuals whose communication needs must be addressed in your own job role. Hard to reach client groups: This is a particular client group whom live in the suburbs of communities that may not have access to services due to transportation are often not inclusive of accessing treatment. Their communication needs, need to be met by creating a diverse way of engagement by utilising outreach provision. This intervention can assist in establishing affective ways of communication in order to develop meaningful ways of engagement and treatment options. Disabilities: Clients with disabilities such as sensory impairment often find it difficult to engage in treatment due to obvious barriers and under skilled staff.
Chart Cues: Credibility of the Narrator Lines (Quotes) | Reflections / Reactions | Conclusion: Do these lines enhance or detract from the credibility of the narrative voice. | “This book was born as I was hungry” (Martel I) | -She must have not been born to a lot of wealth-In a symbolic sense it could mean that he is was hungry for knowledge specifically in literature and filled with hunger by creating the book. | -I feel as though It detracts the narratives voice because the quote was so vague, and unexplained. It leaves the reader curious and as though there is no explanation to the quote | “If we, citizens, do not support our artists, then we sacrifice our imagination on the altar of crude reality and we end up believing in nothing and having worthless dreams.” (Martel I) | -She’s very in tuned with her community and nationality, just by that quote alone, It would not be surprise me if she was an activist who cares for the people’s needs- She must have had a life changing experience or have been mentored by the best in order to publicly share her feelings of what believes is right and what is wrong | -This lines definitely enhances the narrative voice it gave me chills as a I read it the second, because I was not able to process the meaning of it the first timeThe language and the delivery of each word was so well placed, as wired as it may sound I felt like expressing myself any way possible once I processed its meaning | “The reason death sticks so closely to life isn't biological necessity - its envy. Life is so beautiful that death has fallen in love with it, a jealous, possessive love that grabs at what it can” (Martel I) | - The author has personified (giving human traits (qualities, feelings, action, or characteristics) to non-living objects (things, colors, qualities, or ideas) both life and death.
The fact that people had to repeatedly asked company Q to carry specific product line represents that the company is not in tune with their community and with the needs of their customers. Company Q should develop methods to research what goods are selling better in certain areas compared to what goods and merchandise is selling slower. If company Q can stay ahead of what the customer wants, the customer will feel as if the store is listening to them, knows them, and appreciates them for shopping with them . This problem can be easily remedied simply by conducting formal and informal surveys, placing suggestion box around the store, and simply asking their consumers what products they would like to purchase inside of their store. The sooner that company Q can anticipate and foresee what products are more in demand the sooner the company will be able to create a better profit margin, establish a good working relationship with the customer, and achieve a favorable public and consumer perception.
People experience a sense of belonging in varied and complex ways. How is this explored in the texts you have studied? Belonging is a layered concept where you can achieve a sense of belonging through. Peter Skrzynecki has explored the concept of not belonging due to the lack of connection in the poems “Feliks Skrzynecki” and “In the folk museum”. The lack of connection or intimacy will lead to isolation and alienation.