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Beesington and Sons case study 2

Beesington and Sons Case Study Assignment Instructions.

You should write the case study in such a way that you start your answers from line 1. That is, there is no need for large introductions that we see in essays. You should apply the principles you have learned from lecture material/tutorials/readings that are specific to the case study. Beesington and Sons Case Study 2 answers should be written in narrative form (i.e. sentences not bullet points), and should be between 2400-3000 words long, single spaced. You should provide a list of references at the end of the case. More marks are gained by the quality of research applied in practice and the overall quality of the answer. Please Note: Overall word count does not include Tables and Figures which you are free to use if required. You should include in your case study:
1. A cover sheet with your Name, ID, Course Name, Lecturer, Semester and Date of Submission;
2. There is no need to use turn-it-in with your case study;
3. Please quote from relevant texts and readings to support your answers. Answers in the narrative section of your case answers unsupported by readings will be regarded as guesswork and generalisations and will not pass the case assessment;
4. If you feel a need to attach some other interesting report or facts not required in the main body of your case answer, please add this as an appendix. Then in your text close to where you discuss this, you should add in brackets (please seen Appendix 1). Please see the Style Guide below for how to use references in your case studies. Task/Questions for the case can be found at the conclusion of the case.
Individual Case Study 2
Use the Beesington and Sons Case Study information from Case Study 1.
Task required: Based on your analysis of Beesington and Sons Case Study in Case Study 1, you are now required to continue your external change advice to the Board. Case study 2 requires you to apply change intervention ideas to solve the company’s range of change issues. Use the same list of issues and assumptions from Case Study 1. However, if needed, add additional relationship and behavioural assumptions based on less than perfect information as follows:
1. Based on Readings McFillen et al (Reading 11), Rafferty et al (Reading 12) and Barratt-Pugh et al (Reading 13) what is the relationship between change readiness and change agents? Please use examples to support your answer. Use Hayes (Chapter 13) as a reference point as well (600-750 words).
2. Based on your analysis of Beesington and Sons Case Study, now adapt and redraw Figure 15.7 and 15.8 in Hayes Chapter 15. Explain the reason why you placed an ‘X’ where you did and use facts from the case to support your answers (400-500 words).
3. Use an open systems diagram similar to Figure 3.1.2 (Module 3) at the organisation level to outline the inputs, processes, outputs of BTS. Populate each box with at least 3 numbered points and a brief description of the points. Then below the Table, describe in more detail each point (500-600 words).
4. Using Kotter’s Integrative model of organisational dynamics (Hayes, Chapter 7), redraw and adapt the Figure to suit your analysis of BTS. Now using facts from the problem statement plus your own assumptions from Case Study 1, explain your analysis using the short, medium and long term as described in Chapter 7 (500-600 words).
5. Using implementation examples from the Norwegian Civil Aviation Industry (Reading 16), what can the BTS Board learn from these failures? What parallels exist between BTS and Avinor? (400-550 words).
Please Note: Use a minimum of 15 references (including the one’s listed above) to support your answer

Critical evaluation of microeconomic impact of any policy or Structural change or cyclical event

Objective: To critically evaluate the microeconomic implications of a suggested Contemporary issue that affects consumers and businesses in Australia. The evaluation is to be presented as a business report, which needs to include a critical evaluation of why and how consumers and businesses are affected or going to be affected by this particular issue.
Follow the following steps:
1. Choose a suitable topic from the list provided below. Any topic that is not on the list will not be accepted.
2. Critically evaluate the issue in terms of its microeconomic implication in reference to consumers and businesses. Clearly highlight the current and future response strategies of affected parties. Analysis must be logical and evidence based. Use journal articles, government and business reports and media reports to support economic theories and your personal opinions and ideas. A good report will be backed by sufficient evidence.
3. The structure of the report should be based around the following headings:
Executive summary: This part includes a general overview of the whole report. Therefore, briefly write the background, purpose, scope, and limitations of the report including the method that is used, important findings, conclusion and recommendations. However, the section should be very brief.
Introduction/Background: This section should orientate the reader to the whole document. Therefore, provide a clear description of the issue that you have selected, highlight the sectors of the economy
such as firms, businesses and consumers that are affected by the issue. Identify appropriate economic variables for your analysis such as impact in production, profit, investment, price, consumption, risk factors etc. Also highlight the purpose and rationale of the report.
Evaluation: This part is the main part of the report. You have to critically analyse and evaluate all the relevant components very clearly by providing sufficient evidence. Provide a description of how the sectors of the economy have responded and may respond in future, whether or not their response has achieved the outcomes intended and whether there were any unintended consequences arising from their response. Although, this section is the body of the report, the information should be presented as economically as possible so that you can encompass a range of relevant components within the given word limit.
Conclusion and recommendation: Write a balanced conclusion on the basis of your analysis.
References – Include all references used for the evaluation and report, and cite them correctly using the CDU Harvard Referencing System.
Appendices – Attach any supporting tables, graphs, media releases etc. as appendices at the end. All appendices attached must be referred to somewhere in the report.
4. The report has a limit of 2000 words, which excludes list of references and appendices.

Business Intelligence and Knowledge Management Group Assignment

DUE DATE: Electronically via Moodle, before 11.55 PM AEST on Monday, May 30, 2016. It is a requirement of this subject that the Subject Coordinator may ask for the assignment to be submitted via for verification. A hard copy of the assignment with SCIT Coversheet (signed by all group members) must be submitted to Dr. Akemi Chatfield’s office (3.213) by 5.00 PM AEST on Tuesday, May 31, 2016.
WEIGHT OF ASSIGNMENT: 20% of total assessment
REPORT LENGTH: 2000-3000 words, excluding Title Page, Executive Summary, Tables, References and any other attachments
INSTRUCTIONS: Reports need to be neatly typed and should present a professional appearance (use double-spacing and at least 12 font). Include an Executive Summary (250 words) with your report.
The case analysis report needs to be organized in the order of: Title page, Executive Summary, Table of Contents, Case Analysis Report, References, any attachments. For your references, you need to use the UOW Harvard Referencing Guideline consistently.
The hardcopy of the case analysis report needs to be submitted with the SCIT Coversheet which needs to be signed by ALL group members. Without the signed Coversheet, the submitted report will be returned without marks. If any student fails to sign the Coversheet, it is assumed that he/she has made no adequate contribution to the report production, resulting in a zero mark.
In addition, each group member needs to complete a confidential peer evaluation form INDEPENDENTLY and submit it via Moodle Group Feedback Dropbox on or before the case analysis report submission (May 30, 11:55pm). The form will be available on Moodle.
This assignment is based on the Demo database in the Jedox package and all the required reading materials that we have covered in this subject.
Assignment Question
On the request of the CEO of Demo Inc., the good folks from Jedox have created a cube for Demo Inc. (the Demo database in Jedox). The objective of this case analysis is to demonstrate to the CEO the value of developing relevant business analytics capabilities. The CEO of Demo Inc. has asked you and your team to analyze the Demo database and
(a) report three insights that you have discovered through your analysis and recommend to the CEO on what business value could be created based on each of those insights. Support your analysis by providing in an Appendix six printouts of your Jedox analysis and descriptions of the Jedox functionalities that you employed in your analysis. It is important for you and your team to remember that the case analysis report will be read by the CEO whose knowledge and understanding of business intelligence and business analytics would be approximately equivalent to you or your team members before your enrolment in this subject. This means that you need to explain certain terms and concepts clearly for an intelligent and astute business executive without an in-depth technical knowledge.
(b) three structural and process changes that you recommend that Demo Inc. need to consider undertaking in order to capture value from its investments in business analytics capabilities. Your recommendation needs to identify known or thinkable barriers to implementing the necessary structural and process changes. Here a literature review of the required reading materials and beyond is highly desirable.
(c) Justify your recommendations in (b). Your justifications should clearly draw upon the textbook and the required readings studied in this subject. Here you and your team members are highly encouraged to read further any relevant journal articles or previously published BI and/or business analytics case studies available on industry websites. In-text citations and the proper referencing needs to be provided for full marks.

How does model analysis compare to cost benefit analysis regarding transportation planning

How does model analysis compare to cost benefit analysis regarding transportation planning? What political elements are involved with transportation planning for cities? Would you recommend a single method of analysis or a combination of methods of analysis for transportation planning? Why? Lastly, discuss the nature of allocating funds derived from the public budget. Why is there considered to be a ‘lack of consensus’ regarding the public budgeting process?

Public Policy Paper Proposal

Public Policy Paper Proposal

Review the Final Assignment in Week 6 of the course and then, develop a two-page, APA-style paper in which you propose the topic and major elements defining your final Public Policy paper. This is your chance to get you topic approved by your instructor. Your Public Policy Proposal paper will be written in four parts:

Identification and explanation of the topic including a problem statement The explanation of the research process; that is, how will the research be conducted A discussion of relevant literature appropriate to the issues at hand An abbreviated reference list (a minimum of three sources, at least one from the ProQuest electronic database).


Focus of the Final Paper

The Capstone Paper should demonstrate understanding of the reading as well as the implications of new knowledge. The ten to fifteen page paper should integrate readings, class discussions, field research, and literature review into proposed solution. It may include explanation and examples from previous experiences as well as implications for future applications.

Your capstone paper should focus on a topic selected in consultation with the course instructor, which was done in Week Two. In this project, you will examine a specific political or social issue. Topics may include general issues such as poverty, crime, homelessness, economic development, homeland security, corporate social responsibility, ecological/environmental projects, etc. or a specific issue in your city, community, local, state, or federal governmental, etc. You will:

Develop a public policy to address the issue. Or you may propose a change or update to an existing public policy. In all cases, the focus should be on in the development of a public policy, to include utilizing all aspects of the public policy lifecycle. Consider use of field assessments, literature searches, personal knowledge/experience, and community records to source content.

Critical Synthesis of Historical Contexts of Leadership

Create an 8- to 10-slide presentation, using a presentation tool such as Microsoft® PowerPoint® or Prezi, on the historical contexts of leadership. Include detailed speaker notes. Use complete sentences in the speaker notes, with correct grammar and punctuation, to fully explain each slide as if you were giving an in-person presentation. Select someone who used a specific leadership model to mobilize large groups of people within the historical context. Include the following in your presentation: Provide the historical context of your leader. Explain what characteristics make them a good leader and how they fit within the historical context. Describe the leadership actions they took. Explain how this leader has inspired and mobilized others. Identify two leadership characteristics you would like to develop. If the leader were active in a different historical context, would he or she have been as successful? Why or why not? Explain how you have been influenced by the social forces around you in your own leadership development. Include images and references in your presentation to support your presentation.

Format your presentation consistent with APA guidelines. Click the Assignment Files tab to submit your assignment.

Analysis of the Division of Housing and Community Resources

Write a five (5) page paper in which you: 1. Describe the history of the selected agency and department by explaining its reasons (goals / objectives) for being established. (Title this section History of {Insert name of Agency}) 2. Analyze the organizational design of the selected agency and specific department by describing the design and organizational chart. Assess its effectiveness in making major policy decisions and providing services to its primary recipients. (Title this section Organizational Design.) 3. Include a figure of the current organizational design within the text of the paper. 4. Recommend a redesign of the agency’s structure to serve the needs of the department’s businesses better without jeopardizing the goals / objectives of the agency. Explain your reasoning for changing the design and explain the change’s impact on the agency’s effectiveness in delivering quality services. (Title this section Assessment of Organizational Design.) 5. Include a figure of the new organizational design within the text of the paper. 6. Analyze two to three (2-3) major milestones, factors (internal or external), or actors affecting the agency’s success and its influence on the effectiveness of the agency’s planning, organizational design, decision making, and implementation. Also, analyze two to three (2-3) possible causes (internal or external) that appear to have the effect of impeding the organization’s implementation of its policy and for meeting its goals / objectives. (Title this section Evaluation of Planning and Implementation) 7. Recommend two to three (2-3) strategies (from criteria 4 above) that the agency could implement to improve its effectiveness in the areas of planning, decision making, organization, and / or implementation by explaining each recommendation and providing reasons each recommendation would bring about improvement. (Title this section Recommendations for Planning and Implementation.) 8. Include a Cause and Effect Diagram in the text of the paper. 9. Provide proof of one to two (1-2) interviews by submitting the completed interview forms and a list of questions you asked each interviewee. (Put this in the Appendix under Interview Forms.) 10. Provide four to five (4-5) relevant and credible outside resources that support the content of this assignment. (Include no more than one (1) non-government Website.) (Note: Follow the Guidelines for Interview Assignments at Strayer University provided with Assignment 1.) Your assignment must follow these formatting requirements: • Be typed, double spaced, using Times New Roman font (size 12), with one-inch margins on all sides; references must follow APA format. Check with your professor for any additional instructions. • Include a cover page containing the title of the assignment, the student’s name, the professor’s name, the course title, and the date. The sections must have appropriate titles. The cover page, reference page, and appendix pages are not included in the required assignment page length. The assignment must be submitted as a Microsoft Word document.

Department of Community Affairs New Jersey

Analyze two to three (2-3) current events from the past two (2) years (using the e-Activity in Week 4*) focusing on the administrative responsibility and ethical implications to the stakeholders, organization, and public regarding the issues in described in the current event. (Title this section Administrative Ethics.) (*Go to The Center for Public Integrity iWatch, located at Scroll to the bottom of the page to “What We Investigate.” Select a topic and review three (3) of the latest news items about it.) Assess the leadership of this agency (in light of leadership models) and of the political context in which the agency operates, highlighting at least three (3) ways internal agency leaders and political leaders have influenced the success and / or failure of the agency. (Title this section Leadership Influences.) Analyze the power the agency has in enforcing the regulations they are asked to uphold (using the e-Activity in Week 5). Discuss two to three (2-3) challenges to enforce the agency’s regulations. (Title this section Legal Decisions.) Analyze three to four (3-4) strategies for the agency’s future plans for administrative ethics, leadership, and legal to improve the agency’s operation and its primary recipients. (Title this section Strategies for Consideration to Administrative Processes.) Recommend two (2) strategies that will provide immediate improvement based on models that influence public policy and the three to four (3-4) strategies presented in criteria four (4) above with a reason each recommendation would bring about improvement. (Title this Recommendations for Improvements to Administrative Processes.) Provide proof of one to two (1-2) interviews by submitting the completed interview form with a list of questions for and responses from each interviewee. (Put this in the Appendix under Interview Forms.) Provide four to five (4-5) relevant and credible outside resources that support the content of this assignment. (Include no more than one (1) non-government Website.)

Evaluation of New Jersey’s Community Affairs Human Resources Management

Write a five to six (5-6) page paper in which you: 1. Analyze three to four (3-4) of the major components of the agency’s human resource system, processes, and performance evaluation plan for hiring and retaining a diversified workforce. (Title this section Human Resource Processes.) 2. Analyze and describe the implications impacting the agency’s current employment trend, growth, and delivery of its products and services. (Title this section Implications of Human Resource Workforce.) 3. Recommend two to three (2-3) managerial and professional skills and competencies required to improve the agency’s workforce by explaining each recommendation, providing reasons each recommendation would bring about improvement, providing two to three (2-3) ways the agency could implement programs in preparation for those skills not visible within the agency’s workforce as a method of promotion and advancement for current employees. (Title this section Succession Planning for Human Resource Management.) 4. Describe the consultant position you are performing by (a) giving it a title; (b) explaining two to three (2-3) major specifications required of the job and how each will be measured in a performance evaluation; and by (c) explaining two to three (2-3) ways this position will be used within the various departments of the agency and for meeting the specific goals / objectives of the agency. (This job description will be provided to the Agency Director who has requested it. As a resource, you are to use the Dictionary of Occupational Titles, located at and published by the U. S. Department of Labor located at (Title this section Job Analysis and Design.) 5. Provide proof of one to two (1-2) interviews submitting the completed interview form with a list of questions for and responses from each interviewee. (Put this in the Appendix under Interview Forms.) 6. Provide four to five (4-5) relevant and credible outside resources that support the content of this assignment. (Include no more than one (1) non-government Website.)

questions to answer when doing Eukaryota research

1. Are Bacteria prokaryotic or eukaryotic?
2. Describe the three common shapes of bacteria.
3. Are Bacteria heterotrophic or autotrophic?
4. Do Bacteria cells have a cell wall?
5. How do bacteria reproduce?.
6. Are Archaea prokaryotic or eukaryotic?.
7. Do Archaea cells have a cell wall?
8. Describe the three major types of Archaea.
9. Are Protists prokaryotic or eukaryotic?
10. Explain the endosymbiotic theory.
11. How are the species algae classified (by what trait)?
12. List three protozoans and describe their means of locomotion.

Public Policy Course Assignment Help

Most likely you found this paper because you are undertaking the public policy course. This is one of the many courses that a student has to do and pass in order to graduate. Lets take a brief look at the course.

Public Policy Course

This capstone course is an examination of influences affecting policy development and decision making in the urban political arena. It also covers policy management, policy execution, establishing and measuring criteria for policy success, and effective communication throughout the public policy process. This course is cumulative in nature, integrating knowledge and information attained while completing the entire MPA curriculum. In addition, this course requires the generation and presentation of an analysis of a community development project or policy initiative.

Public Policy Course Design

This course is designed to explore public policy and the impact on society. The course examines various components of public policy development, including conception, design and the impact on society through governmental and political influences. It is the examination on how policy influences or regulates change in response to issues affecting society.
The first part of the course examines public policy development and analysis, models of policies, and the process associated with policy development. During the next few weeks, we examine different rationales, strategies, and the impact of public policy on social groups and society as a whole. Such initial study provides the basis for moving forward with the major project and the foundation appropriate to examining public policy and problem solutions recommendations. The remainder of the course will focus on the significant political issues communities face.
The class sessions not only present theoretical content, but provide opportunities to apply the content to a broader understanding of public policy development, evaluation, and implementation. The summary paper focuses on a student identified issue in development and evaluation of a public policy, to include the impact on government and society.

Course Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:
1. Assess the role of politics in the public policy development process.
2. Evaluate the role of the public administrator in policy development.
3. Examine the various models of policy analysis.
4. Define the steps in public policy formulation.
5. Analyze public policy process and policy initiatives in terms of desired outcomes and realized outcomes.
6. Assess effective external communication tools used during the policy life cycle.

Course Map
The course map illustrates the careful design of the course through which each learning objective is supported by one or more specific learning activities in order to create integrity and pedagogical depth in the learning experience.

1. Assess the role of politics in the public policy development process. 1
5 • Understanding Public Policy
• Federalism and the Individual
• Public Policy and Opinion Polls
• Federalism
2. Evaluate the role of the public administrator in policy development. 1
6 • Policy Analysis
• Public Policy
• Pragmatism
• Immigration Policy
• Policy Rules
3. Examine the various models of policy analysis. 1
6 • Policy Analysis
• Keynesian Theory
• Public Policy Analysis
• Final Paper
4. Define the steps in public policy formulation. 4
6 • Domestic Climate Policy
• Immigration
• Public Policy Evaluation
• Final Paper
5. Analyze public policy process and policy initiatives in terms of desired outcomes and realized outcomes. 4
6 • Domestic Climate Policy
• Policy Rules
• Public Policy Evaluation
• Final Paper
6. Assess effective external communication tools used during the policy life cycle. 5
6 • Public Policy Lifecycle
• Public Policy Evaluation
• Policy Rules
• Final Paper

Institutional Outcomes
Graduates of Ashford University:
1. Demonstrate the ability to read and think critically and creatively;
2. Demonstrate the ability to communicate effectively in speech and in writing;
3. Demonstrate the ability to communicate effectively through the use of technology;
4. Demonstrate an understanding of the various forms of diversity;
5. Demonstrate an understanding of the interdependence among living beings, the environment and humanly-created systems;
6. Demonstrate competence in their major fields of study;
7. Demonstrate an understanding of service directed at meeting the needs of others;
8. Demonstrate the ability to draw information from different fields of study to make informed decisions; and
9. Develop skills and abilities that provide for lifelong learning.

Mission Statement
The mission of Ashford University is to provide accessible, affordable, innovative, high-quality learning opportunities and degree programs that meet the diverse needs of individuals pursuing integrity in their lives, professions, and communities.


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