Company Q could have made investments in the local community that would have potentially improved the community thus decreasing the crime rate. The investment in the community would also have had a residual effect. Consumers who may not have been purchasing from Company Q’s store might have decided differently if they liked the companies efforts in investing back into the community. If there was a community investment fulfilling the Philanthropic aspect of social responsibility it may not have been necessary to close the two stores.
Because the first steps in validating the customer authorization to use the ATM card is the same for making a deposit as it is for making a withdrawal, the use cases have a relationship. When two or more use cases have common steps we are able to break out those steps into their own use case, which is able to be referenced by other use cases. “For example, if we added an alternate scenario called Card Reader Failed which addresses the case when there is a mechanical failure in card reader mechanism, this would now be a possible outcome of an Account Holder trying to initiate a deposit transaction with an ATM” (Smith). After the validation process is completed the customer would then select the deposit option to enable them to make a deposit into their account. Once the customer selects the deposit option and the account information is retrieved the customer will then be asked to enter the amount to be deposited.
• Write a 200-300 word response to Chapter 6 Journal Entry # 1 (page 229) in Introduction to the foundations of American education. AED 200 Week 4 Checkpoint 2 - Debate Project Outline Create an outline of your Educational Debate Persuasive Paper. The outline should be based on one of the educational debates found in Appendix A and should highlight the main points of your paper. Include an annotated bibliography of at least three sources you will use in the paper. AED 200 Week 5 Appendix B - Educational Philosophies Use the Educational Philosophies Table in Appendix B. Classify each philosophy as either student-centered or teacher-centered and describe the characteristics of each philosophy.
This format is the official writing format of the American Psychological Association (APA) and is the format you will see used in articles published in psychological journals. The following are brief definitions and explanations of each of these six sections: Abstract: The keyword in writing an abstract is brevity. The abstract appears after the cover page, and it is there to give the reader an idea of what question or problem the experiment was designed to investigate; what the results were; and how they were interpreted. An abstract should be brief, concise and clear. Generally, they are about 150 words long (or less).
It is obvious that the law has not succeeded in preventing the underage group from drinking. Violating the law will make the students to likely act unlawful manners, so why not make it legal? Once this law is approved, it will benefit the students from inhibiting them to make irresponsible behaviors. Since it is considered as an illegal activity for underage drinkers, teenagers have not been educated on how to drink in moderation beforehand. This is a great opportunity to teach those who are underage so they will have an idea of knowing their limits earlier.
The local government will influence the opening of the store as if the government does not agree with letting the shop open, it will not succeed. Also if the business is causing litter problems and there have been complaints off it from customers then they could tell them about it however they would not have the power to shut the business down or affect profit maximisation therefore it won’t influence the business a great amount. The national government will only influence the business by setting standard, in which the company must for-fill, such as, hygiene, health and safety, quality of food, etc.. and if the business does not reach these standards the store could be closed. In some ways this could affect the profit maximisation of the business as training would need to be required to the staff for health and safety, although this would not affect it too much. If the company wanted to keep the customers satisfied they would exceed these standards anyway therefore the government is not a great
However, future threats always have the potential to arise. Competitive Rivalry – Unless the popularity of the Little Wonder completely dwarfs other products in it's class then competitive rivalry should remain small. This would change if the Little Wonder starts to greatly impact competitor's bottom lines and they find a way to begin to manufacturer new and improved mixers themselves at a lower cost. Threat from New Entrants – New entrants is unlikely because of the amount of features in Company G's product and it's price point. Competitors likely would not want to risk losing current sales by adding features which would raise their prices.
If a company’s internal controls are not working properly customers and investors will be more doubtful and have second thoughts on their investments and money being safe which will lead to having less investor and the stocks will drop. It is very important for companies to have their internal controls up to date and making sure they are working properly because this can cause major setbacks financially. But there are some instances were internal controls cannot even stop unethical behavior from happening such as shoplifting in a shopping mall or even a bank
Building an office and warehouse in areas away from the predictable natural disasters may prove to be more costly in the short term. These areas may be farther away from a lot of the population, causing customers to frequent closer suppliers. These solutions and scenarios will influence NFP in figuring out which solution to
Though EPAs have their advantages, the community needs more education about the responsibilities that entail being selected so that the risk factors for misuse of this power be reduced. Moreover, the economy, as it is now, does not help to lessen the potential for abuse. In some instances, depending upon the gravity of the economic situation of the selected administrator, he or she may go as far as selling the older person’s assets and properties including the primary