|Please answer the uploaded word document Part A. Answering all questions in Part A|
|Themes between the open boat and to built a fire.|
|Compare and contrast using a centralized theme in Jack Londons to build a fire and Stephen Cranes the open boat. The theme can be the internal struggle between human and nature or something along the lines. MUST BE MLA format. Use quotes to support thesis.|
|The task is in the attached file. One important note, it requires to use a high Journal ranking such as MIS Quarterly, Information Systems Research, and IEEE.|
|Critical analysis of ethical issues|
|Possible Ethical Issues to Select:
Gender Identity, Indigenous, Food Security, Precarious Housing, Right to Strike, Rural Health, Urban Health, Men in Nursing, Women in Nursing, Disability Accommodations in Nursing Work, Whistle-Blowing, Workplace Violence, Elder Abuse, Cultural Safety, and others!
This is a message from my prof: Remember to state your ethical issue/dilemma clearly, ensure it is relevant to nursing practice (I do not want a general philosophical presentation on a controversial/ethical topic), identify a theory/concept/principle that is the concern of nurses, analyze the issue. The analysis process can be any discussed in the course from these nursing resources: APIE from CNO, Oberle & Raffin from CNA.
If you have any problem with length, focus on one concept/principle. Get right to the point at the start of the paper – Not a problem to start the paper like, “Nursing practice is challenged with contemporary patient issues. This paper will discuss the ethical dilemma of X, and the related concept of Y. The Z process will be used to analyze the issue.”
Please note that this is a 3-page maximum paper aside from reference page, references should be on a separate page making it the 4th page.
|studying the type of cognitive process used during exploratory projects.|
|The strategic roles of innovation and exploration in today’s competitive environment have triggered an important evolution in the eld of project studies. Indeed, it has been demonstrated that the dominant, rational view of project management as the accomplishment of a clearly de ned goal in a speci ed period of time, and in conformity with certain budget and quality requirements, does not t with the logic of innovation that is rst and foremost characterized by discovery (Van de Ven, Polley, Garud, & Venkataraman, 1999), unforeseeable uncertainty (Loch, DeMeyer, & Pich, 2006), and expansion (Hatchuel, 2002). It also does not t with the logic of entrepreneurial orientation, which is characterized by proactively seeking, (co-) creating, and seizing new and innovative business opportunities and by a risk-taking attitude, leading to a sustained proclivity of shareholders and senior managers to pursue projects with uncertain outcomes (Anderson, Kreiser, Kuratko, Hornsby, & Eshima, 2105; Covin & Slevin, 1991; Miller, 1983; Rauch, Wiklund, Lumpkin, & Frese, 2009; Rosenbusch, Rausch, & Bausch, 2013).
These limitations of the dominant model give birth to a research stream on the management of exploration projects (Brady
& Davis, 2004; Loch et al., 2006; Len e, 2008, 2014, 2016; Fredriksen & Davies, 2008; Len e & Loch, 2010; Dugan & Gabriel, 2013; Brady & Davies, 2014) for which neither the goals nor the means to attaining them are clearly de ned from the outset. These works bridge the project, innovation, entrepreneurship, and discovery management literature. This literature leads to
a new approach to projects as experimental learning processes for which new management principles, such as selectionism and sequential learning, have been de ned (Loch et al., 2006; Len e, 2008; Sommer, Loch, & Dong, 2009). From the same perspective, this literature underlines the need to differentiate between the management processes for exploratory projects, since the traditional stage-gate approach generally leads to failure (Sehti & Iqbal, 2008) and to designing new evaluation methods adapted to their “expansive” nature (Len e, 2012; Gillier, Hooge, & Piat, 2014). We are only at the beginning of the research; thus, the goal of this special issue is to continue and develop the research on exploratory projects. More precisely, we welcome contributions in the following areas: is studying the type of cognitive process used during these types of projects. We believe that in order to fully grasp the logic of exploratory projects, we have to abandon “the traditional view of the rm as a rational, machine-like entity by drawing on the social and creative character of businesses revealed in design thinking” (Hobday, Boddington, & Grantham, 2012, p. 18). The link between project management and design theory constitutes a fruitful avenue for future research (see Ben Mahmoud-Jouini et al., 2016; Len e & et al., 2016), which could also lead us to revisiting the ontology of projects.
REFERENCES may be useful:
Len e, S. (2012). Exploration, project evaluation and design theory: A rereading of the Manhattan Case. International Journal of Managing Projects in Business, 5(3), 486–507.
Authors should strive to be original, insightful, and theoretically bold; demonstration of a significant value-added advance to the understanding of an issue or topic is crucial to acceptance for publication. Multiple-study papers that feature diverse methodological approaches may be more likely to make such contributions.
Papers should be balanced, objective, and critical assessments that contribute to the project management field or provide a constructive review of the methodology.
Title page. Include only the title of the manuscript (do not include authors’ names).
|quality improvement initiative, or other project from place of employment|
|In this assignment, you will select a program, quality improvement initiative, or other project from your place of employment. Assume you are presenting this program to the board for approval of funding. Write an executive summary (850-1,000 words) to present to the board, from which they will make their decision to fund your program or project. The summary should include:
The purpose of the program or project.
Do you believe the proposal would be approved if formally proposed?
Prepare this assignment according to the APA guidelines found in the APA Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center. An abstract is not required.
This assignment uses a rubric. Please review the rubric prior to beginning the assignment to become familiar with the expectations for successful completion.
|Women’s Health Paper Ectopic Pregnancy|
|1. Women’s Health Paper (10% of Grade)
The purpose of this assignment is to explore multiple points of view on a current, controversial issue in women’s health and to practice respectful discourse related to complex topics. Select a health issue that affects women and that you are interested in learning more about. For this project, the paper should not be more than 4 pages excluding the title page and references. APA format is required with a professional paper, a paper that is judged by the faculty as very poorly written (such things as incomplete sentences, multiple subject/verb errors, unclear wording, multiple spelling errors, and/or combination of these errors) may be returned for revision with an automatic deduction of 25 points that cannot be redeemed. Have someone proof read the paper after you have proof read—it can difficult to recognize your own errors. Please see Assessment Rubric for evaluation criteria.
Women’s Paper Grading Criteria Rubric
|MGMT 4325 Leader in the News Final Project
From your Syllabus: As you read the Wall Street Journal this semester take note of
a few business leaders you find particularly interesting. Midway through the semester
you must identify a first, second and third choice leader to analyze in more depth
as your final paper in this class. For this individual you will be applying the
frameworks learn in the class to their handling of organizational situations and
analyzing their effectiveness. Detailed instructions for the paper will be posted on
the course web site. Your “choice memo” is worth 10 grading points. The final
paper is worth 100 grading points, and is in lieu of a final in the course.
Final Paper Requirements:
Section 1: Summary of the leader’s current and previous positions and
Use the Wall Street Journal articles you have found about your leader as the start
of your research on this individual. Using the library databases find at least 4 other
articles or good sources of information about your leader and his/her background
and career. Articles should be from credible business press or newspaper sources
(not blogs!). Company web sites are allowable sources. Your final list of sources
should be 5-7 credible sources all cited correctly and in APA format (meaning
citations within your paper and the reference list at the end).
Based on your research/sources, write a description of your leader’s career
highlights and current position. Length and depth guideline is 3-4 well developed
20 points available
Section 2: Summary of the leader’s traits, behaviors and style.
Using the sources you have compiled describe (using examples from the
background articles) and simultaneously analyze (using theories and models from
your text), the individual characteristics of your leader. What behaviors and traits
do they display? What leadership style or styles do his/her behaviors and actions
demonstrate? This section should also be 3-4 well developed paragraphs.
20 points available
Section 3: Summary of the organizational circumstances that led this
leader to be in the news
Compile a timeline of the organizational circumstances that led to your leader being
in the news. Try not to quote the actual articles but paraphrase in your own words
what the dynamics of the situation were. Be sure to include enough description so
that the organizational stakeholders, context and your leader’s actions are well
described. This section can either be a bulleted list of events or in paragraph form.
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Length and depth guideline is 6-8 well developed paragraphs or bullets. Include
citations where necessary.
20 points available
Section 4: Apply the LFS Framework
Using the leader, follower, situation framework we have been studying all semester
analyze the dynamics of the situation or situations you described in Section 3.
Explain how the three parts of the model worked and how they influenced each
other (or not). Take extra attention to fully analyze the leader actions your chosen
leader took and how it influences either the followers or the situation (or vice
versa). This section should be 4-6 well developed paragraphs.
20 points available
Section 5: Advice for the Leader
In this section offer your analysis of the actions the leader took and your expert
recommendation for actions he/she might have done differently (and why). Also,
make recommendations for actions going forward.
20 points available
Total points available: 100
|Oil prices jump as President Trump asks allies to cut off Iranian oil|
|The paper is 1-2 pages.
proper use of economic terms APA format
• Transitions between paragraphs
• Proper thesis
I have an specific article that i need to talk about.
Order answer: Investment in Developing Countries: The potential for Abuse of Power and Dereliction of Duty
|Investment in Developing Countries: The potential for Abuse of Power and Dereliction of Duty|
|Will be provided later
Link to dissertation proposal will be forwarded to the assigned writer.