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things to be include in the business case: it shall be at least 12pages. the detailed information they based on should also be included as appendices that are referred to in the business case. Situational Analysis
Cost benefit Analysis (compare 2or3 scenarios: "do nothing", "do the second best project', “do this project". this is generally considered oer a period of time3-5yrs) and to be accurate needs to consider elements such as interest rates and current value of the money eg: ROI )
things to be include in the business case: it shall be at least 12pages. the detailed information they based on should also be included as appendices that are referred to in the business case.
1) Executive summary
2) Environmental scan ( the commercial, social, and technology environment in which the business case is proposed. this is equivalent to a background or literature review)
This paper includes "personal experience with about "perceive sexuality and gender role" since I haven't not enough experience so the writer can trump up these "experience".
The concept of supply chain management (SCM) has been receiving attention from entrepreneurs and organizations due to significant impacts of incorporating effective SCM for the competitive advantage of the firm to compete in the domestic as well as global competitive economy (Naslund and Williamson 2010).
2. Organisational Behaviour
Based on the RL Wolf case study and drawing on theories and concepts from across the module, provide a report with recommendations on the organizational behaviour related considerations of growth within the organisation?
In particular:i. The benefits and drawbacks of self-directed teams and the role that training and development may play in the transition.
ii. The contribution, motivation, rewards and roles of individuals within these teams.
iii. Management and leadership relating to teams.
iv. The impact of organisational structures, goals and objectives on the performance of teams.
1. Operations Management:Terms of ReferenceQuality is discussed at several stages in operations management and it contributes to the success of how an organisation uses its resources efficiently and effectively to satisfy its customers.This assignment requires you to write a report on approaches to quality management in at least two different types of organisations (manufacturing, service-based and/or virtual-based). In the report, you must:a) Identify the different types of quality process in each organisation and critically analyse whether each organisation’s approach is adequately designed to meet its customers’ needs. The basis of your analysis should be any two from Deming (1986) 14 principles for achieving competiveness, Crosby (1984) 14 steps for quality improvement and Juran (1998) trilogy approach to qualityb) Critically discuss the use of Six-Sigma and/or TQM for process strategy, performance management and supply chain management in your chosen organisations and then, evaluate and recommend (with justification) the approach best suited for innovation and sustainability – use information from case studies and/or academic journals to justify your response(s).In your report, you should make appropriate use of the concepts, principles and frameworks from the operations management course topics below (or similar topics from the recommended textbooks, academic journals, case studies):· Operations as a competitive weapon· Process Strategy· Quality and PerformanceThe structure of your work, writing style and reporting on actions clearly, coherently and competently is a critical part of your work.You must fully reference all information used in your answers as specified in the course handbook.
please skip two pages I mean just leave them blank so i can put the cover sheet. thanksplease answer the following questios in total of 500 word, please give page numbers for the references,thanks
1. In what ways is Jehu's rule associated with Yahwism? Is this just a ploy to garner support for those 'disenfranchised' under Ahab?
2. Compare the coups under Solomon and Jehu. Why must they be so bloodthirsty?
3. In what matter does the Deuteronomic editor criticise Jehu? Why does he do this?
4. The Tel Dan stele has figured extensively in the recent debate over the historicity of David and Solomon. Why has this been the case? Do you see any problems in the argument?