Daily Archives: January 8, 2021

Explain the logistical requirements associated with each act or component and how these will be incorporated into your overall event plan.

Outline and describe the entertainment components you would employ

 

for the following events, including why you have selected them and how

they support the structure of the event experience. Explain the logistical

requirements associated with each act or component and how these will

be incorporated into your overall event plan.

1. You have been contracted to coordinate the groundbreaking for a

new casino, and the owners want something new and exciting

(they have already seen the dancing bulldozers) to ensure that this

ceremony gets media coverage and impresses their stockholders.

2. Your local convention center has decided to produce a New Year’s

Eve celebration with dancing and dining to raise ticket revenue

and show off the center to its local market. You have been asked

to design….

Research has shown that consumer behaviour is difficult to predict,why?

Consumer behaviouris the study of individuals, groups, or organizations and all the activities associated with thebuy disposal ofmaterial and work and how the comuster’s emotions, attitudes andaffect buying behaviour. Consumer behaviour emerged in the 1940s and 50s as a distinct sub-discipline ofprocess of market but has become an inter-disciplinary social science that blends elements frompersonal(by age,gender,culture etc.),psychology,social marketing.

The study of consumer behaviour formally investigates individual qualities such as life-history lifestyles, nature and behavioural variables (such as usage rates, usage occasion,honesty,brand avocate, and willingness to providetransfer), in an attempt to understand people’sneedanddemand.

Research has shown that consumer behaviour is difficult to predict, even for experts in the field; however, new research methods, such as cultural anthropology,consumer neuroscience, andmachine understanding are shedding new light on how consumers make decisions…..

What aresome ways that Christians should be active in helping to alleviate the suffering related to this issue?

Ethical Decision-Making

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For questions 2-6, chose from the “Decision-Making Cases” document in the topic study materials. Use critical thinking as well as support from the topic study materials to answer the following prompts.

1. Why do Christians believe that morality is absolute and objective, rather than relative and subjective? If morality is objective, where do Christians get their moral standard? Cite Chapter 7 of The Beginning of Wisdom textbook and/or topic overview. Include the resources you use on a reference page at the end of this document.

Your answer in 75-100 words:

 

2. Use the case you chose from the “Decision-Making Cases” documentto answer the following questions to build the Christian ethical response. Use logical reasoning (general revelation). Cite Bible passages (special revelation), The Beginning of Wisdomtextbook, and/or the….

Explain how the project objectives will advance the organizational goals.

ReviewStrategic Management-8 Most Popular Cases in Connect. Access the case studies from the folder on the main course page in Blackboard.

 

Project plans outline the intended course of events; however, things don’t always happen as intended. Organizations need to consider risks and develop a contingency plan. This plan is typically presented to management.

 

Based on your prior research, determinepotential risk factors for not meeting each of the project objectives.?Develop a contingency plan for each of the potential risks. Add the potential risks and contingency plan to your Wk?4 – Apply: Project Plan assignment.

 

Create a 12- to 14-slide presentation with detailed speaker notes and visuals on every slide in which you:

Identify the organization’s information presented in Wk?1. Synthesize the SWOT analysis and market trend research. Explain….

Choose only one of the decision-making cases below to answer questions in the “Ethical Decision-Making” assignment.

Decision-Making Cases

Choose only one of the decision-making cases below to answer questions in the “Ethical Decision-Making” assignment. The questions at the end of each case are intended for you to reflect on. Do not copy the case into your assignment document.

 

Decisions of Life and Death

Janie is your sister’s best friend, and when Janie was a senior in high school, she fractured her neck in a diving accident. The doctors say that she is a quadriplegic–paralyzed from the shoulders down. All of Janie’s dreams for college, romance, and a meaningful life seem to be over; she cannot even take care of her own basic needs. Janie has even talked to your sister about whether it makes sense to keep on living. Knowing that you are reading the….

Test your understanding of group processes by identifying each of the following scenarios as an example of one of the main leadership styles: autocratic, democratic and laissez-faire.

Test your understanding of group processes by identifying each of the following scenarios as an example of one of the main leadership styles: autocratic, democratic and laissez-faire.

 

(a) The work group is given a set of tasks to be completed by the end of the week. The leader closely examines the task list and asks each team member for input on how to achieve each objective. He encourages each person to decide for themselves how they should proceed to complete the tasks on time.

(b) The work group is given a set of tasks to be completed by the end of the week. The leader

closely examines the task list and allocates a separate team member to achieve each objective.

He has decided that this is the….

Test your understanding of social influence processes by identifying each of these scenarios as an example of one of the following techniques of social influence: door-in-the-face, foot-in-the-door and low-balling.

Test your understanding of social influence processes by identifying each of these scenarios as an example of one of the following techniques of social influence: door-in-the-face, foot-in-the-door and low-balling.

 

(a) John was keen to buy a new car, and reached an agreement with the car salesperson on the price of one particular car. However, just before John signed the paperwork, the salesperson reminded him that floor mats were not included in the price of the car and would cost another $100.

(b) A researcher approached university students and asked if they would chaperone a group of

primary-school-aged children to the zoo for a day. Eighty-five percent of the students refused the

request. When the researcher approached a second group of students, the researcher first asked

if they….

What recommendation would you have for Molly and Caitlin with regard to pricing and/or the numbers and types of units that they offer for sale?

Breakeven analysis Molly Jasper and her sister, Caitlin Peters, got into the novelties business almost by accident. Molly, a talented sculptor, often made little figurines as gifts for friends. Occasionally, she and Caitlin would set up a booth at a crafts fair and sell a few of the figurines along with jewelry that Caitlin made. Little by little, demand for the figurines, now called Mollycaits, grew, and the sisters began to reproduce some of the favorites in resin, using molds of the originals. The day came when a buyer for a major department store offered them a contract to produce 1,500 figurines of various designs for $10,000. Molly and Caitlin realized that it was time to get down to business. To make bookkeeping simpler, Molly had priced all….

Explain why of length-of-bend to sheet thickness increases.

As noted in Fig. 7.16, the state of stress shifts from plane stress to plane strain as the ratio

 

of length-of-bend to sheet thickness increases.

Explain why. This situation is somewhat similar to rolling

of sheet metal where the wider the sheet, the

closer it becomes to the plane-strain condition.

In bending, a short length in the bend area

has very little constraint from the unbent regions,

hence the situation is one of basically

plane stress. On the other hand, the greater

the length, the more the constraint, thus event

Describe the material properties that have an effect on the relative position of the curves shown in Fig. 7.19.

Describe the material properties that have an effect on the relative position of the curves

 

shown in Fig. 7.19. Observing curves (a) and (c) in Fig. 7.19 on p. 364, note that the former is annealed and the latter is heat treated. Since these are all aluminum alloys and, thus, have the same elastic modulus, the difference in their springback is directly attributable to the difference in their yield stress. Likewise, comparing curves (b), (d), and (e), note that they are all stainless steels and, thus, have basically the same elastic modulus. However, as the amount of cold

work increases (from annealed to half-hard condition), the yield stress increases significantly

because austenitic stainless steels have a high n value (see Table 2.3 on p. 37). Note that….