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Assignment of "Treasure Hunt" by Byron Spicer

This paper is an "Art Exhibit Review" Visually describe it using Art term, use the description to tell teacher what message you think the artist intended to convey with this work of art.

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Assignment of Magistrates’ Courts in England

In this semester you have taken the role of Magistrates in a variety of situations, based on this limited experience and knowledge gained in lectures, textbooks and legal journals on the work and role of Magistrates, consider and answer all of the following questions: a. Magistrate’s courts are cheap but are it wrong that matters of vital concern to the citizen are decided by amateurs? b. What are the advantages and disadvantages of having Magistrates make decisions of the guilt of the defendant. c. Have lay Magistrates a future within the court system or is there an alternative, if so what is the way forward? d. Are Magistrates representative of the communities they serve?

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Organizational Behavior Business Management Assignment

3. ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR (3 QUESTIONS, 3 PAGES)ORGANISATIONAL BEHAVIOUR: Question 1 Organisations are increasingly using teams for key activities within the organisation. With reference to the attached case study: ORGANISATIONAL BEHAVIOUR: QUESTION 1 (1 page) i) Evaluate the use and benefit of teams in modern day organisations considering some of the key management challenges with the effective use of teams. (30 marks) ii) Use this evaluation to analyse therole of goals, culture and conflict in the team environment. (30 marks)ORGANISATIONAL BEHAVIOUR: PART B: ORGANISATIONAL BEHAVIOUR: Question 2 (1 page) Based on a case study of your choice and drawing on theories and concepts from across the module, providing recommendations, discuss the organisational behaviour related considerations of growth within the organisation? In particular: i) The role of organisational structure and design as it relates to the command and control as well as responsiveness to change. (20 marks)ORGANISATIONAL BEHAVIOUR: Question 3 (1 page) Based on a case study of your choice and drawing on theories and concepts from across the module, discuss the importance of individuals, motivation and reward strategies in modern day service based organisations and the related Organisational Behaviour challenges involved? (20 marks)

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‘Fukushima, The Environmental Impact and Alternative Responses’

You are required to identify the nature of a significant environmental issue which confronts society or an organization of your choice and analyze the response to that issue by one, two or all of the society, organization or government.

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2. MARKETING MANAGEMENT (3 QUESTIONS, 3 PAGES)MARKETING MANAGEMENT: QUESTION 1.Conduct an environmental analysis of the marketing environment using SWOT, Porters 5 Forces and PESTLE analytical techniques and discuss the implications of your findings on Starbucks.(40 Marks) (1 page) MARKETING MANAGEMENT: QUESTION 2. With reference to an appropriate marketing strategy, explain how Starbucks could expand their business in the next two years. (30 marks) (1 page). MARKETING MANAGEMENT: QUESTION 3. Recommend how the marketing mix should be used for your chosen growth strategy. (30 marks) (1 page)

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Operations Business Management Assignment

SECTION A: QUESTION: As appointed operational consultant for Needle&Thread, you are required to evaluate the way ‘ShopTop’ is proposing to manage its suppliers as part of a value system and arrange a meeting for the management board to discuss the requirements for achieving total quality with Needle&Thread. (20 Marks) (1 page)OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT: SECTION B: OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT: QUESTION 2 (1 page) The transformation processes of private sector companies have multiple stakeholders who may have divergent interests. Identify FIVE stakeholder groups for a private sector company of your choice and discuss their financial as well as other objectives.(10 marks) OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT: QUESTION 3 (1 page) At a recent technology conference, a guest speaker discussed the view that many international organisations will operate as virtual organisations. He argued that outsourcing, supply chain management and global sourcing were all that was necessary to create an effective operation. Critically evaluate the use of outsourcing, supply chain management and global sourcing to make consumer durable products. (10 marks) OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT: QUESTION 4 (1 page) A recently appointed CEO of a growing premium brand supermarket believes cost leadership, i.e. competition through low prices is an appropriate corporate strategy to help gain market share. Describe FIVE different types of theoretical principles that may contribute to achieving a low-cost operation in the supermarket. Explain (briefly) the reasons why a supermarket may consider business ethics and social responsibility as part of its operations management. (10 marks)OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT: QUESTION 5 (1 page) Inventory management can present two conflicting objectives – ‘provide maximum item availability while keeping inventory investment low’. The main goal of an effective inventory system is to provide items at the right time and place at the best cost. To achieve such goal, you always work within strict requirements: I. Provide item(s) when customer(s) need it/them II. Control the amount of capital invested in inventory item(s) You are required to explain to a board of directors, the main purpose of holding inventory and the differing views on inventory levels. They also expect you to describe the common techniques (operations best practice) used to manage inventory. (10 marks)OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT: QUESTION 6 (1 page) The managing director of a well known business school would like to open more schools, but he believes that before he can do this, various aspects of the current school needs to improve and managed more efficiently and effectively. He is interested in the idea of benchmarking. Explain how benchmarking might be used to help improve performance, and Identify the potential problems and limitations associated with benchmarking. (10 marks)

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Strategic Planning Management Science Assignment

4. STRATEGIC PLANNING (10 QUESTIONS, 10 PAGES)STRATEGIC PLANNING: Question 1 (1 page) a) Explore and discuss the different types and methods of diversification and the advantages and disadvantages of each using examples of companies with which you are familiar from course texts, seminar material or the business press. b) In which corporate circumstances is diversification most likely to be beneficial and in which circumstance most likely to be detrimental to improvement of long term corporate performance?STRATEGIC PLANNING: Question 2 (1 page) In your own words explain what you understand by the term “Strategic Capability”. Explain how an organisation?s Strategic Capability can be used as the basis for developing its future strategy contrasting this with the external positioning approach. Illustrate your answer with one or more examples of companies from an industry of your choice.STRATEGIC PLANNING: Question 3 (1 page) a) Explore and discuss the underlying theoretical principles and justification for Porter?s generic strategies. Evaluate the Porter generic strategies in comparison with Bowman?s Strategic clock. b) Porter?s contends that if a company tries to pursue more than one generic strategy simultaneously it is likely to succeed in neither becoming “stuck in the middle”. Critically evaluate this statement using example of companies with which you are familiarSTRATEGIC PLANNING: Question 4 (1 page) Compare the relative merits and drawbacks of organic (internal) versus external (e.g. acquisition, joint venture) methods of corporate development. Which underlying principles would a corporate parent need to consider when choosing its future method of development? In which circumstances would the parent be more likely to choose an organic (internal) method of development, and in which circumstances would an acquisition or joint venture more likely to be chosen? Discuss the relative merits and drawbacks of each.STRATEGIC PLANNING: Question 5 (1 page) The Ansoff matrix identifies simple and generalised strategic choices based on Markets and Products from which a corporate parent can formulate its strategy for the future. With reference to this matrix what other variables apart from those used by Ansoff would you need to define options to help an organisation determine its future strategic direction? Give reasons for your answer.STRATEGIC PLANNING: Question 6 (1 page) Porter?s 5 forces analytical framework is a way of assessing the competitive conditions of an industry. An industry may be either broadly or narrowly defined.a) Explain what you understand by the term „an industry?. Identify the variables and concepts you would use in the definition of „an industry? so as to lead to the most useful application of 5 forces analysis of an industry of your choice b) What are the limitations of Porter?s 5 forces analysis? What other industry related analytical tools and strategic concepts could a company use to help it decide how to position itself relative to its competitors?STRATEGIC PLANNING: Question 7 (1 page) a) Identify and explain the main methods a corporate parent may use to develop, expand or re-structure its portfolio of businesses. b) In terms of choice between organic and external methods of development, to which underlying principles would a corporate parent need to refer when choosing a future its future method of development. In which circumstances would the parent be more likely to choose an internal (organic) method and in which circumstances would an acquisition or joint venture be more likely to be chosen? Discuss the relative merits and drawbacks of each.STRATEGIC PLANNING: Question 8 (1 page) a) Discuss the different nature and type of strategic decision-making which is usually made at SBU level and which at Corporate Parent level, identifying in which circumstances strategic decisions are most usually made at the different levels of the organisation. b) Explore how and why the distribution of strategic decision-making between parent and SBU may differ between different company structures and industries to the companies may belong giving explanations for your answer.STRATEGIC PLANNING: Question 9 (1 page) Identify and discuss the different strategic management processes used by companies to set the course of their future strategic development. Explain what you understand by emergent and deliberate approaches to strategy making and discuss in which circumstances you would be more likely to adopt a deliberate and in which circumstances an emergent approach.STRATEGIC PLANNING: Question 10 (1 page) a) Identify relevant analytical tools which a parent could use in assisting in its investment and divestment decision-making, demonstrating your understanding of the underlying principles in use which lead to decisions made in managing and structuring its portfolios of businesses. b) With reference to part a) of this question compare and contrast synergistic versus responsive approaches to portfolio management discussing the underlying tensions which may exist between the two approaches.

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