Assignment 207 Tasks Task C – Case studies Case Study 1 Ci) The best way to help Marcus to make an informed choice is to help him find as much information as possible about his options, such as what they are and what the consequences of each option might be in the best and worst scenarios. Cii) It is important not to let Marcus be influenced by my point of view because if ever something wrong happens he can blame me for it, giving my point of view if it is requested may be acceptable but not to the extent that I will encourage him to make a decision based on my views. The whole idea is to promote Marcus independence and right of choice so it is wrong to influence him in a way that He will choose to do what I think rather than He wants. Case Study 2 Ciii) A thorough risk assessment will help identify any hazards in his own home and the risks involved in any tasks that he or the carers may undertake when in his own home. This way he can consider all the information to make an informed choice regarding his life.
This social expectation is crucial to break because society should be encouraging people to be friendly when around strangers, not the opposite. In Thoreau's essay, “Civil Disobedience”, Thoreau exemplifies the ideas Emerson explains in his own essay “Self-Reliance”; therefore suggesting that Emerson would agree with the arguments of Thoreau. Through out the essays of Thoreau and Emerson, they both reiterate the same ideas, yet Thoreau furthers the arguments with an action, implying that the two men would agree with each other. In, “Self Reliance,” Emerson states, “The harm of the improved machinery may compensate its good” (16). The “harm” Emerson speaks of is that society, with machines, will no longer with self-sufficient.
It is essential that your purposes are clear. By breaking down your question into different topics or problems, it enables you to simplify your research and find relevant information that assists with your needs. Without simplification of your topic, any primary or secondary research may become difficult to obtain and could result in unnecessary research which may inflict on your time management process. * Explain what processes you
April 26, 2013 Case Name: Captiva Conglomerate I. Major Facts: A. Captiva Conglomerate has procured a new software product to provide a custom inventory management system. This system is not providing the information that the company needs, is behind schedule and over budget. B. The Inventory and Spares Manager has reported that that the system is “a disaster,” and “my people can’t use it.” The Materials Manager wonders whether or not the company should sue the supplier.
For a non-profit organization trust is a key element to engage volunteers, donors and other business; without trust chances are that the organization might fail to achieve their mission. Trust is acquire by performing the goals you have set for your mission and not deviating from it, at least not too far from achieving the organizations goals either for non-profit or for profit organization. It is also important to have a plan (Taylor-Hamm) in case there is a catastrophic event that might jeopardize your organization, it will help you foresee adverse situations and you will be better prepared in case your first plan fails. Performance challenges are faced in the same manner on both types of organizations non-profit and for profit organization. However they might be measured in a different way due to the different types of mission they have set for themselves and the different outcome they might expect.
This will sort them texture that they have made an informed and wise decision as it will minimize the buyer’s remorse that customers usually feel at certain point or another. Another touch point we employ is ensuring that customers have a clear understanding of the benefits and services that our product offering them and that the same information truly being communicated in all of the company. This certainly helps to reinforce that they have made the right choice and minimizes confusion. There is nothing worse for customers to receive two different information at different point along the customer spectrum from a recent decision that they have made to purchase your product, and to avoid that; our company trains employees to provide correct and same information to the customers to create the customers fully understand the
Staying on top of these can help keep your company focused on the true strengths and weaknesses of the deal, instead of being distracted by extraneous issues. 1. Don’t Fall in Love with an M&A Candidate. If the fit isn’t right going into an M&A, nothing you can do post-M&A will improve it. Keep your eyes open and be realistic about a merger or acquisition candidate.
Also, as long as my decisions fill my principle, I feel totally comfortable in making them. My principle is that the ethical decisions I make must be in my own interest, without causing any harm to the others. Obviously, some may consider this as selfish and not caring for other people. I would not think of it like that, as in reality, we all ought consider our interests before others'. To me it is unethical to betray myself and treat myself worse than the way I should.
Assignment #2 Mark Glamack once said, “If you surround yourself with the good and righteous, they can only raise you up. If you surround yourself with the others, they will drag you down into the doldrums of mediocrity, and they will keep you there, but only as long as you permit it.” Similarly this concept can be applied to our consumption of products. Whether we know or not, we tend to surround ourselves with products that symbolize certain qualities in order to send the message to others that we also possess those qualities. We also hope to be able to eventually adopt those qualities. We buy products in order to construct our own identities.
This makes it easy for the audience to know what argument Lederer’s trying to make. Not to mention being helpful to me, in my efforts to determine if he has adequately supported his claim, which he undoubtedly does. On the other hand, it is up to the reader to figure out what they believe the overall claim of the compilation of King’s quotes is. Which, I interpreted to be, that language and writing are difficult and the only easy thing about it is avoiding them all together. However, the fact that the reader has to do so much work to conclude what the claim is greatly detracts from the effectiveness