Objective: To apply what you have learned about arguments and audiences, this assignment gets you to strategically present arguments in a particular style so as to acknowledge a resistant, or hostile, audience in a collaborative manner.
Instructions: Write a letter, addressed to a specific resistant audience, that argues for or against one of the issues on the following page. For example, if you are writing a letter that is pro-choice, a specific resistant audience might be the Pope, or the Pro-Life Action League (not pro-life people). Depending on the audience you choose, you must write a persuasive letter that aims to persuade him/her/them otherwise.
Think of this letter as an exploratory mode of writing (for both you/arguer and your opposing audience).There is a guide regarding the structure of….
View all of the short videos in this series, Customer Service Strategy (Lynda.com – 50:50). (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.
Based on this series of videos, research and discuss an organization from the service sector (i.e., aviation or healthcare sectors) and highlight how they apply at least three of the operations management principles you have studied as part of this course to improve their service.
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Requirement: Based on this series of videos, research and
TQM – Service quality and problem-solving tools (Part 2)
Please review the instructions carefully. It is essential that you address all the parts.
· Read the resources.
· Use provided and additional readings to support the discussion (Scholarly Articles only). The referencing needs to be in line with the below guidelines (Important notes section). It is essential that you discuss critically the readings you use, assess and evaluate what the authors say, compare and contrast similar and different views.
· Critically interpret theories and apply them to real-world situations.
· Develop persuasive arguments; discuss the evidence the authors present, bring in counterarguments, etc. This will help with the development of arguments that are logical, well-constructed and backed up with….
Several stock valuation models were described in the chapter, including zero-growth, constant growth, variable growth, free cash flow, book value, and P/E multiple models. Which of these do you believe would generate the most accurate value estimates for most firms? Explain your choice.
Read the Focus on Ethics box (“Psst! Have You Heard Any Good Quarterly Earnings Forecasts Lately?”). Explain what quarterly earnings guidance is, and what purpose it is supposed to serve. If you were a corporate CEO, would you discontinue this practice? Why or why not?
Diversification occurs when stocks with low correlations of returns are placed together in a portfolio. Identify at least one type of firm that might exhibit low correlations of returns with the overall stock market?….
Understanding of the debates relating to the topic Evidence of original thought Analysis Construction of a coherent argument Structure 20% Logical and coherent structure Clear introduction and conclusion Overall presentation Citation of authority and Bibliography 20% Appropriate reference to case law and statutes Accurate referencing Variety of sources In text References Overall style 10% Overall style ranging from impressive to confusing, inaccurate, or poor Additional Guidance: This Asses sment is worth 50% of the overall mark for this module. Your work will be marked out of 100.
Your essay should be 1200 Marks for this essay are awarded according to the following criteria: show an ability to explain the law concisely; show an ability to apply the legal principles to the facts of the question; refer to….
Please follow the instruction below: Argumentative Research
Introduction What are you truly curious about? Research starts with a genuine desire to investigate and to understand some problem or issue that intrigues you, that matters to you. This desire will pull you through the hard work research involves. But you can make the work easier if you treat it like a process, one that you divide into steps or phases. During the process, you may experience many eureka moments of discovery. Writing a research paper is more like following a spiral than a straight line. As you find sources in the library and on the Internet, you may form a rough outline or start writing brief notes. Later, after finding information that relates to your purpose and your arguments,….
Learning Objectives To apply the concepts of project and project manager to authentic situations. To reflect on the applicability of the concepts of project and project manager to a student’s project. Part A – Projects (35 marks)
Word count 700-1100 words
You have learnt the key characteristics of projects in Module 1. Part A requires you to apply this knowledge and any further research to a real project.
Select and describe ONE project that is presently or was recently in the news. A project has numerous characteristics. Justify why you consider your selected example is a project. Support your justifications with references. Students cannot choose the Perth Stadium, the Forrestfield link, or the Perth Children’s Hospital.
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