Monthly Archives: December 2014

Infrastructure Project Finance-47352

Infrastructure Project Finance

Broma is a commercial and residential Central European city with a population of 2.5 million. It represents a major logistical focal point for the country of Sylvania, and many main roads and rail connections pass through this conurbation. The Government, through the National Highways Authority (NHA), an autonomous Government agency created in 2010, which has responsibility through the Min. of Transport for motorway construction, operations and maintenance, has put aside the financial resources necessary to upgrade this highway and has authorised the NHA to undertake the project. Given overall Government budgetary constraints, however, the Government would like to consider PPP as an optional funding mechanism. (Virginia Clark, Margaret Reed, Jens Stephan (2010)).

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Case study Motorway project, Sylvania-47214

Case study

Motorway project, Sylvania

15th December 2014

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Infrastructure project finance of motorway project. 3

Sol 1:- What are the key risks? How might they be controlled or mitigated?Some of the possible and general risks which each of the internationally trading firms face are: 3

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Annotated Bibliography: Assemble the 15+ annotations 42201

Annotated Bibliography: Assemble the 15+ annotations. They should be presented in the same order as an APA reference list.

Reflective Look DBA vs. Ph.D.: As you begin the dissertation part of your doctoral journey, it is a good time to reflect on the degree you are pursuing. Using the Difference Between the PhD and Applied Doctorates document, write a short reflective paper outlining your professional goals related to the degree program in which you are enrolled.

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Case Study Analysis Report – Cultural Change-MAH_280914_19369_38786

For this assignment, you will undertake an analysis based on a self-designed fictitious study that utilizes statistical methodologies. You will first develop a fictitious problem to examine – it can be anything. For example, maybe you want to look at whether scores on a standardized college placement test (like the SAT) are related to the level of income a person makes 10 years after college; Or, whether those who participate in a Leadership Training program rated as better managers compared to those who do not; Or, whether ones political affiliation is related to gender. These are just a few examples; be creative and think about what piques your interest. You might also address a problem that you may want to look at in future research for a dissertation. You will use either EXCEL or SPSS to conduct the analysis.

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a dissertation on Preventing Information Technology Project Failures-MAH_011114_19369_42748

Need a statement of the problem and purpose of study completed for a dissertation on Preventing Information Technology Project Failures

Statement of the Problem
(Approximately 250 to 300 words) Articulation of a concise problem statement is the key to a successful proposal/dissertation manuscript and typically requires many revisions before the proposal is approved. The problem statement is a brief discussion of a problem or observation succinctly identifying and documenting the need for and importance of the study. Clearly describe and document the problem that prompted the study. Include appropriate published or relevant primary sources to document the existence of a problem worthy of doctoral level research. A lack of research alone is not a compelling problem (many things are not studied but do not necessarily warrant research).
The documented problem that is identified may be a practical problem or issue in the profession or study context for which there is not already an acceptable solution. In defining the problem a clear discrepancy must be drawn between that which exists currently and that which is desired. Although an applied study design does not necessarily require generalizability beyond the study site, worthy problems must be relevant and documented beyond any particular study site. To identify and articulate a problem, consider the potential negative consequences to the field or stakeholders if the proposed research is never conducted.
[Text… Present a general issue/observation that is grounded in the research literature and leads to the need for the study (in most cases scholarly citations within the last 5 years are required to document the general and specific problem). Follow with a focused, documented problem that directly reflects and leads to the need for a research response.]
Note: Ensure that the concepts presented in the problem statement lead to and align directly with the Purpose Statement. Use of a “logic” map is highly recommended in order to ensure direct alignment and avoid “surprises” among the key elements: problem à purpose àresearch questions à proposed method and design.

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Marketing 42203

You must create a document that will determine and quantify the tasks associate with the close-out of procurement contracts plan. Focus on contract close-out processes, such as termination of contractual relationships, settlement of seller claims, as well as the successful completion of a contract. For clarity categorize the differences in termination of contracts, settlement of claims, and the proper steps to close a successful contract.
You will need to provide within the document a diagram that that will recommend and summarize the plan for the proper close-out of contract given the categorized differences between, termination, settlement of claims and the proper steps to close-out a successful contract or procurement action. Keep in mind many contracts are closed out due to completion of the contract.

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Rotary Wing Aircraft-MAH_041214_2582_44606

Table of Contents

Task 1: 2

Task 2: 3

Task 3: 5

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b) 6

c) 6

d) 6

Task: 4. 7

a) 7

b) 8

c) 8

Task 5: 8

a) 8

b) 15

i) 15

ii) 16

iii) 17

iv) 18

V) 19

References. 20

Task 1:

         In this part of the question several kinds of blade elements velocity/ force will be showed which consists of three kinds of conditions such as when the rotor of the helicopter first encounters with the gust, after responding the rotor what effects on rotor on the lift and flapping position and after encountering behaviour of the helicopter.

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letters of recommendation for consideration for acceptance-MAH_061214_22439_46583

London School of Economics              

London, United Kingdom

 

November 26, 2014

 

Graduate School Recommendation for Sophia Wendal

 

To the Review committee,

Sophia Wendal is the best student I have this year and I am delighted to support her graduate application. She is very intelligent and inquisitive towards the new and exciting topics.

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letters of recommendation for consideration for acceptance into graduate school-MAH_061214_22439_46583

UPPASALA UNIVERSITY

STOKHOLM, SWEDEN

 

December 7, 2014

Letter of Recommendation for Peter Smith’s graduate Application

To the Review committee,

I would like to write a letter of recommendation for Peter Smith, a commerce undergraduate student in our University. I am known to Peter for the last 2.5 years when he came to pursue the under graduation program from our University.

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Search for a recent opinion poll dealing with some aspect of security-188929_SECS Assignment

Search for a recent opinion poll dealing with some aspect of security (domestic or international). Make sure to trace the survey back to the original organization. Post in a discussion thread (i.e., on the Week Six discussion board) five questions from the survey, the response options, and the findings. Critique the survey questions. Could they have been written differently? What problems might have occurred in the way they were written? Be sure to properly cite the survey.

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Infrastructure Project Finance-47352

Infrastructure Project Finance

Broma is a commercial and residential Central European city with a population of 2.5 million. It represents a major logistical focal point for the country of Sylvania, and many main roads and rail connections pass through this conurbation. The Government, through the National Highways Authority (NHA), an autonomous Government agency created in 2010, which has responsibility through the Min. of Transport for motorway construction, operations and maintenance, has put aside the financial resources necessary to upgrade this highway and has authorised the NHA to undertake the project. Given overall Government budgetary constraints, however, the Government would like to consider PPP as an optional funding mechanism. (Virginia Clark, Margaret Reed, Jens Stephan (2010)).

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PMBOK (Project Management Body of Knowledge)-MAH_121214_17050_47070

Introduction

Singapore Cancer Society, a self-funded voluntary welfare organization based at Singapore, is dedicated to minimize impact of cancer by offering support for treatment and finical requirements of cancer patients at homeland. They require to raise funds through big charity event and project management methodologiesare essential to follow in order to manage this project such as such as PMBOK (Project Management Body of Knowledge) which has become de facto standard. This will help in ensuring the success of event as well as easiness in managing it. It is quite popular in the world of project management due to the use of proven methods, and it is applicable on all types of the project. The main difference between PMBOK and other popular methodology, known as PRINCE2, is the significant framework for contract and scope management provided by the PMBOK.

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Assignment on Change Management-47845

Answer 1: The case analysis indicates that Shyam was in a problematic situation with respect to the changes in the form of job rotation as considered by the management, and the problem was mainly in terms of his subordinate employees not readily available to accept the change process. As a result, there were four alternative approaches that have been recommended by Shyam in order to deal with the situation. This section of analysis is now focused towards assessing the pros and cons associated with the four different approaches as considered by Shyam and it also assesses the level of conflict associated with each of them.

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Innovation and Leadership in the Organization-MAH_231214_24437_4_47971

1.0 Introduction

The present day business existence is such that the refinement in the middle of “inner” and “outer” commitments to work environment and development get to be distorted. In like manner, information improvement and development are progressively seen as the aftereffects of the offering of data and experience inside, and over, hierarchical limits. In the present paper, the researcher present the idea of “innovation oriented advancement where leadership is judged and questioned if it is a fundamental driver in innovation” to address this circumstance of cross-hierarchical collaboration, investigation, learning, and development. Seen from a learning point of view, this idea is tuned in to the thought that adapting as the rising conclusion of regular work experience, ensuing in an extension of human limits.

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Creativity and Innovation-MAH_231214_24437_3_47970

Introduction

            The 21st century business environment condition is highly dynamic and demanding because there has been higher level of expectations of customers from the business and service providers. The advancement in the field of technology and globalisation of businesses has all resulted into increased opportunities to customers in claiming highly advanced products and services. Customer expects something new from their service providers and this requires them to make adequate level of consideration to innovative in their operations so that they can efficiently meet out their customer requirements. Creativity and innovation are crucial to modern day businesses because the organisation that offers something new to their customers have the opportunity to create differentiation and thereby making distinctive competitive edge over others. However, creativity and innovation are not easy for the businesses to achieve as this requires efficient leadership and skilled employees in organisation that can create sufficient level of newness with respect to their offerings. Thus, collaborative efforts from employees as well as management are essential in ensuring that creativity and innovation are pursued in a highly efficient manner.

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Human Computer Interaction-40361

Things

The development in “Human-Computer Interaction (HCI)” field has not just been in nature of connection, it has additionally accomplished diverse stretching in its history. As opposed to outlining customary interfaces, the diverse examination extensions have had distinctive concentrate on the ideas of multimodality instead of unimodality, shrewd versatile interfaces instead of summon/activity based ones, lastly dynamic instead of latent interfaces.

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Computer Networks Assignment-MAH021214_22532_45222

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Computer Networks

 

 

Contents

Question 1: 3

Part A.. 3

Part B.. 4

Part C.. 5

Part D.. 5

Part E.. 6

Part F. 6

Part G.. 6

Part H.. 7

Question 2. 7

Question 3. 8

Question 4. 9

Question 5. 10

Question 6. 10

References. 12

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