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Conduct a survey of any listed company and make an industry analysis followed by an overview of the company, identify key beneficiaries, list key social responsibility activities and programs and analyze and evaluate them, etc.

Conduct a survey of any listed company and make an industry analysis followed by an overview of the company, identify key beneficiaries, list key social responsibility activities and programs and analyze and evaluate them, etc. The details will be shown in the attachment.

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Lo2 demonstrate the interrelationship of the various functions within an organisation and how they link to organisational structure.

The submission is in the form of a Portfolio of factsheets and an organisational flow chart document. The factsheets should be written concisely to summarise and highlight key information and data. You are required to make use of headings, paragraphs and sub- sections as appropriate. All work must be supported with research and references correctly using the Harvard referencing system. You will also need to provide a reference list using the Harvard referencing system. Inaccurate use of referencing may lead to issues of plagiarism if not applied correctly. The recommended word limit for the factsheets is 1,500 words, although you will not be penalised for going under or exceeding the total word limit. Unit Learning Outcomes LO1 Explain the different types, size and scope of organisations. LO2 Demonstrate the interrelationship of the various functions within an organisation and how they link to organisational structure. Vocational Scenario, Activity and Guidance You are employed as a Junior Insights Strategist for the Strategic Planning team in a Sports Company. You have been tasked with conducting an industry analysis that focuses on the sports industry in order to gain access to industry perspectives, best practices from other high-performance companies and insight into high-growth sectors. You will present your analysis to your line manager and to the management team. The industry analysis will involve the research and analysis of overall market size (international and national) and different sub- sectors (public, private, voluntary), and the organisational mapping of one of the highest- performing companies. Organisations to be considered will include public (national and local sports organisations, local leisure centres), private (gyms, sporting goods, retailers, manufacturers) and voluntary (local clubs and teams). You will present this industry analysis as a portfolio of ‘insights’ factsheets, to include: 1. an introduction to sub-sectors and the different types of organisation in the industry, the market size and the growth of the international business environment 2. a factsheet for a selected sub-sector organisation, with explanation, including background details of the organisation; the products and services it offers; the size and scope of the Submission is in the form of a 15-minute presentation. You are required to make effective use of PowerPoint headings, bullet points and subsections as appropriate. Your research should be referenced using the Harvard referencing system. Inaccurate use of referencing may lead to issues of plagiarism if not applied correctly. The recommended word limit is 1,500 words, although you will not be penalised for going under or exceeding the total word limit. Unit Learning Outcomes LO3 Use contemporary examples to demonstrate both the positive and negative influence/impact the macro environment has on business operations. LO4 Determine the internal strengths and weaknesses of specific businesses and their interrelationship with external macro factors. Vocational Scenario, Activity and Guidance In your role as Junior Insights Strategist, you have completed the industry insight analysis and your line manager has now given you another project. This is to complete research into the external and internal business environment. The sports company is looking to expand their distribution channels to include both e-commerce players (for example Google shopping) and physical retailers (for example JD Sports). To enable the company to make any strategic

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4) describe at least three potential subjects of negotiations in which a project manager would participate for a project.

Textbook: (H) Successful Project Management Jack Gido, James P. Clements, and Rose Baker, 2018 Cengage ISBN.13: 978-1-337-09547-1 Questions: 1) The project management process involves two major functions: first establishing a plan and then executing that plan to accomplish the project objective. Describe how the project manager can help these two functions be successful. 2) Elaborate on at least three ways to obtain or collect information to further refine the project charter or RFP. 3) Often, the sum of the initial estimated costs is greater than the amount of funds budgeted by the sponsor. What should be done to arrive at an acceptable budget amount? Describe the steps necessary to ensure an acceptable budget amount is present. 4) Describe at least three potential subjects of negotiations in which a project manager would participate for a project.

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Please contact me if you have questions, i will respond as soon as possible.

Attached in this post are the instructions for my assignment. Please contact me if you have questions, I will respond as soon as possible. Thank you.

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An explanation of how you would collect data for your research.

After acceptance, I’ll send the additional pieces to add to the final document. Two Part Project! Method: Part One: Write a page or two describing the research method(s) you would employ to address the questions you have proposed. The section should contain a description of: The broad type of research that you intend to conduct. The textbook (page 73-111) provides four general categories of social science research: survey, experimental, case and interpretive. There are other categories (e.g., design science research, conceptual research) but for this course, we encourage you to stick with the four categories. There is also the possibility of proposing mixed methods, which would involve employing different methods for different questions. A justification of why the method(s) selected are a good fit with the type of questions being asked. An explanation of how you would collect data for your research. Specifically: If survey, describe sampling frame, desired sample size, and what you would do to improve response rates. What types of questions would be asked and any existing instruments that might be employed (most likely ones you found in your literature review). If experiment, describe the experimental design, treatment, treatment manipulation checks, and what data will be collected before and after the experiment. If interpretive interviews, how many interviews, who you would interview, what data you will gather from each respondent, data triangulation strategy, etc. You should also include some sample questions that you might ask. If case research, how many cases would be examined, how case sites would be selected (and the associated design strategy), what types of data would be acquired for the purpose of triangulation. If mixed methods, the above for each method employed. Remember: You should submit the entire revised proposal, not just the section you worked on. Part Two: Create a brief 5 slide deck summarizing your proposal. The deck should follow the same outline as the proposal, namely: Introduction Literature Review Research Questions Theory, Propositions and Hypotheses Method You will have precisely 5 minutes to present in class, so (obviously) you want to limit yourself to the highlights.

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Calculate descriptive statistics on the “base annualized salary” variable for each of the two agencies included in the data set.

using the attached data set: 1. Calculate descriptive statistics on the “Base Annualized Salary” variable for each of the two agencies included in the data set. Make sure your descriptive include mean, standard deviation, min, and max. 2. Calculate a 95% confidence interval on the “Base Annualized Salary” variable for both agencies combined. Give a correct interpretation of your confidence interval. 3. Calculate two 95% confidence intervals on “Base Annualized Salary”, one for each of the two agencies. How do the intervals compare? 4. Conduct a hypothesis test using only the data for the Roosevelt Island Operating Corporation. Test to see whether the population mean salary is greater than $45,000. Note: This may require you to create an additional data file in a .csv format. 5. Conduct a hypothesis test on the difference in “Base Annualized Salary” between the two agencies. Can we say there is a difference in the two mean salary figures? What is the 95% confidence interval on the difference between the salary means?

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Fuel: the fuel type the car uses, gasoline or diesel.

Applied Linear Statistical Models Load into JASP the data in the file “6375 Assignment 4 Part 1 Data.csv “. This information is on 597 automobiles offered for sale on Craig’s List in the Indianapolis area. This is your master data set. The variables in the data set are: a. REGION: The region (defined by Craig’s List) where the car was for sale. b. PRICE: The asking price given in the ad for the car. c. YEAR: The model year of the auto for sale. d. MAKE: The manufacturer of the car. e. MODEL: The particular model of the car. f. CONDITION: The seller-defined condition of the car. g. CYLINDERS: The number of cylinders of the car’s engine. h. FUEL: The fuel type the car uses, gasoline or diesel. i. ODOMETER: The odometer reading (miles) on the car. j. PAINT COLOR: The color of the car. Analysis 1. Use JASP to provide a scatterplot showing ODOMETER as the x variable and PRICE as the y. Also provide the correlation coefficient for the pair. 2. Use JASP to conduct a simple regression analysis with PRICE as the dependent (y) variable and ODOMETER as the independent (x) variable. 3. Give a written interpretation of your beta coefficient for the ODOMETER variable. Include in this an associated interpretation of the 95% confidence interval on the beta coefficient. 4. Determine whether your model appears to meet the LINE assumptions of regression. 5. Throckmorton P. Gildersleeve of Summerfield, Vermont would like to sell his 2011 Cadillac DTS pictured above. He says the vehicle is in “excellent” condition and has 184,362 miles on the odometer. Using your model determine what price he should ask for the car. Do you believe your pricing advice to the Great Gildersleeve is accurate and usable?

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Test to see whether the population mean salary is greater than $45,000.

using the attached data set: 1. Calculate descriptive statistics on the “Base Annualized Salary” variable for each of the two agencies included in the data set. Make sure your descriptive include mean, standard deviation, min, and max. 2. Calculate a 95% confidence interval on the “Base Annualized Salary” variable for both agencies combined. Give a correct interpretation of your confidence interval. 3. Calculate two 95% confidence intervals on “Base Annualized Salary”, one for each of the two agencies. How do the intervals compare? 4. Conduct a hypothesis test using only the data for the Roosevelt Island Operating Corporation. Test to see whether the population mean salary is greater than $45,000. Note: This may require you to create an additional data file in a .csv format. 5. Conduct a hypothesis test on the difference in “Base Annualized Salary” between the two agencies. Can we say there is a difference in the two mean salary figures? What is the 95% confidence interval on the difference between the salary means?

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The estimated free cash flows for project a and project b year project a project b 0 ($1,000,000) ($1,500,000) 1 $634,000 $958,000 2 $634,000 $958,000 3 $634,000 $958,000 4 $634,000 $958,000 5 $634,000 $958,000 note: the above-mentioned estimates reflect all associated revenues/costs.

Summary Write a 2500-word report based on the given financial scenario and financial information provided. Conduct the strategic financial analysis using the information provided and the appropriate techniques, tools and frameworks. Make decisions and recommendations based on the analysis, considering all relevant implications, challenges and limitations. Learning outcomes 1. Demonstrate understanding of core contemporary financial management theory, techniques and practice. 2. Critically evaluate and effectively communicate recommendations to address financial management issues. 3. Apply financial management theory and techniques to professional practice in an ethical manner. Task Context The Capstone Assessment follows on from the financial review of Cochlear Ltd undertaken in the First Assessment. Cochlear Ltd understands that these days, expanding business online is not a choice but is a necessity. To overcome the challenges stemming from the COVID-19 situation, Cochlear Ltd’s management team have brainstormed different options with the objective of maximising their value. It is expected that with the online presence, demand for their products would increase as more and more consumers would be able to access it. Recently you joined Cochlear Ltd. As part of the management team, you have been asked to investigate the viability of the different options. The marketing department has done intensive research and suggested an aggressive 5-year marketing strategy whereby the credit terms to all customers will be relaxed from 30 days to 45 days, in conjunction with other marketing campaigns across Africa, Asia, and Latin America. This campaign will involve an additional marketing fixed cash expense of $160,000 per year and is expected to generate additional sales of 4,000 equipments per year. To accommodate the extra demand created by the marketing campaign, Cochlear is comparing two mutually exclusive investment projects. The two projects A and B are outlined below. The Project A is less risky as it would involve the expansion of existing facilities and requires an initial investment of $1Million. The Project B involves higher investment of $ 1.5 Million but reduces the current variable cost of production. Both investment projects would have a five-year usable life and would be depreciated over their life using the straight-line depreciation method (assuming no salvage value). The total annual additional fixed cost will be the sum of marketing fixed cash expense of $160,000 per year (mentioned above) and annual depreciation (a non-cash expense) for each project. The production manager has produced estimates for the costs associated with the manufacturing of the product. The current variable cost of producing one equipment is $405, which would remain the same under Project A but is estimated to fall to $300 per equipment in the case of Project B. The total variable cost includes raw material, labour and other production costs. The selling price of the equipment is $650. As per the above forecasts (assume they remain the same every year) and the 5-year marketing campaign, the estimated free cash flows generated by the two projects are given below: Table 1. The estimated free cash flows for Project A and Project B Year Project A Project B 0 ($1,000,000) ($1,500,000) 1 $634,000 $958,000 2 $634,000 $958,000 3 $634,000 $958,000 4 $634,000 $958,000 5 $634,000 $958,000 Note: The above-mentioned estimates reflect all associated revenues/costs. Ignore the change in working capital and assume revenue/costs are constant over time. Based on the weighted average cost of capital (WACC) of previous projects, you have estimated the required rate of return to be 8%. To finance the marketing campaign and the expected increase in production costs, Cochlear Ltd will need to raise additional finance in the form of debt and/or equity. Written report As a member of the executive team, you are required to prepare a report addressing the following questions: 1. Discuss the implications of the proposed relaxation of credit terms to customers from 30 days to 45 days on Cochlear’s working capital management (Note: No calculations required). 2. Explain the usefulness of simple Payback period, and Net Present Value (NPV) as investment appraisal tools. Compute the simple Payback period and NPV for Project A and Project B and discuss which Project is better and why. Use the payback cut-off period of 2 years for the evaluation of the payback period, and 8% as the discount rate to calculate NPV. What other factors should Cochlear consider in selecting between Project A and Project B? Explain why. 3. Explain the usefulness of cash and accounting break-even points as management tools. Based on the forecasted increase in sales, do Project A and Project B meet the corresponding cash and accounting break-even points? Explain why. 4. Using Cochlear’s debt ratio and ROE and its trend over time from your first assessment, advise how should Cochlear finance the chosen project? Explain why using finance principles introduced in this subject. 5. Based on the answers to Questions 1 through 4 above, make specific recommendations to the Board. Include limitations of the analyses conducted. Example report structure The following is a suggested structure only. Cover Page Executive summary Table of Contents 1. Introduction (about 200 words) 2. Working capital management (about 400 words) 3. Project evaluation (about 750 words) 4. Breakeven analyses (about 400 words) 5. The funding choice (about 400 words) 6. Recommendations and limitations (about 350 words) References Other requirements • You are required to use at least six (6) academic references for this report (in addition to any references covering data sources). • Your references should be from credible sources such as books, industry-related journals, magazines or academic journal articles. • The report format should follow the Style Guide (i.e., cover page including your name and student ID, title and word count; executive summary; table of contents; body; list of references; and appendix, if needed). • Please refer to the Assessment Exemplar for how to structure your presentation and arguments in this assessment. In each section of your report, please define the financial concepts and/or critical theories before calculations/analyses. • Use the Report Template to format your report, or use the AIB-preferred Microsoft Word settings (see page 34 of the Style Guide). • The assessment grade will be adversely affected if the report word count exceeds the allowed 2,500 words plus 10% tolerance • The provided Formula Sheet contains the relevant formulas from the textbook. Grading criteria and feedback Your assessment will be marked according to the following grading criteria: 1. Criterion 1: Working capital management – 15% 2. Criterion 2: Project evaluation – 30% 3. Criterion 3: Breakeven analyses – 15% 4. Criterion 4: The funding choice – 15% 5. Criterion 5: Recommendations and limitations – 15% 6. Criterion 6: In-text citations and referencing – 5% 7. Criterion 7: Communication, presentation, structure and language – 5%

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Does nau have vision?

Research Project—Your Footprint The Scope: This course is also a Writing Course and fulfills your Junior Level Writing Requirement. Your Research Project is will be completed in 4 sections Section 1: Vision, and Ethics Section 2: Leadership Principles Effectiveness, Diversity, and the Team Concept Section 3: Performance Management Section 4 Your Leadership and Conclusion Rubric: 1.Each Sections 1 to 3 are worth 40 points and Section 4 is work 80 points. 2.Each Sections must be 3 to 5 pages double spaced 3.APA Writing style is mandatory (APA Supporting Information is on Blackboard) 4.Each Section must have 3 references 5.Double Spaced. 6.Each Section is aligned with the material in the text book. 7.Further details will be explained in the announcement section of Blackboard. 8.Proper Grammar please What is required in each section: Section 1: Define Vision, and Ethics. Provide examples of the importance of Ethic in today’s workplace. Define and share examples of Vision….what company’s have Vision, and how do they market Vision. What are some of of ethical dilemmas facing business and society today? Does Vision Matter? Does NAU have Vision? What is your Vision? What company’s have you worked for, and if so…describe their Vision.