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The Dynamics of Change and Development

Question:

Analyze the organizational environment, culture, and systems that support leading in a global environment.  Apply best organizational practices in leading diverse teams through the improvement process. Integrate leadership skills and behaviors that foster the enhancement of professional leadership competencies. Analyze leadership skills used in decision making, conflict resolution, and addressing ethical issues.

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Organisational Theory and Design

Question:

Analyze the organizational environment, culture, and systems that support leading in a global environment. Apply best organizational practices in leading diverse teams through the improvement process. Integrate leadership skills and behaviors that foster the enhancement of professional leadership competencies. Analyze leadership skills used in decision making, conflict resolution, and addressing ethical issues.

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Management of Salon: 514591

Section A

Resource and facilities management

For the effective stock and inventory control, the spa and salon must have a store room within facility. The inventory that arrived should be stored in that room. Along with this, when a product has taken out of the store room then employee name and the product quantity should be recorded by the management of the salon. This can be done by the use of software which can also be beneficial for the future. Software can keep the details of the products and also check out the automatically the level of expected products for the store room. The information of the products can be used at the time of monthly audits of the store room. Store manager is responsible for all the items which are checked-in and out. This enables the manager and the owner to hold the inventory level for the future (Lymbersky, 2009). Through the software, the, manager will be able to generate projected inventory level for the store room that were checked in or checked out of the store room. This will provide a practical method to the management of salon to track the movement of the inventory. The inventory software will insure the right amount of product which was used for the service performed in the month. This will provide a baseline of the inventory and this method should be used to order more stock of inventory or stop the salon and spa from ordering extra stock of inventory (Glowik & Smyczek, 2011). Along with this, in every month, an audit should be performed in the salon to check the inventory management system. This audit process will provide the data to the manager to address the issues related to the inventory. By measuring actual expense and the projected expense, the owner will be able to monitor inventory very quickly in the salon (Schnaars, 2010).

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Art Class

Question:

Discuss the impact of unity and variety on architecture.

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Answer:

Unity and variety both are complementary concerns. In art works, unity represents that all the components of the design fall under the same category and they together make up one single piece of work (Shepherd). A definite art work consisting of unity is believed to be diminishing its quality. On the contrary, variety symbolises diversification of different ideas and it acts to counter unity. Unity and variety impact greatly upon architecture.

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Ethical Dilemma

Question:

What is the ethical dilemma here?  Describe the decision-making model you selected from your readings.  How would you resolve this dilemma using the model?

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Ethical Dilemma

Ethical dilemma is defined as a complex situation involving a mental conflict occurring between the moral imperatives where obeying one would make to transgress the other. Ethical dilemmas are involved for refuting the moral code or ethical systems for improving or resolving the ethical paradoxes (Shapiro & Stefkovich, 2016). In the present case study, the ethical dilemma involved is faced by the attending physician, who was requesting permission to initiate the treatment of meningitis from the parents of the child. The mother of the child did not want any medical treatment for religious reasons whereas the father insisted that immediate treatment has to be given and requested an independent consultation with another physician. This was a moment of ethical dilemma for the physician as to answer to whom, the father or the mother. The child was in a condition of degrading physical and mental health and required immediate medical treatment and under such conditions, the physician could not receive proper permission for the initiation of the treatment. Refusal of treatment by the mother of the child posed a professional dilemma on the attending physician and had a negative impact on the care provided by the clinical team to the pediatric patient. Therefore, the ethical dilemma eventually contributed to the degrading health of the child.

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Leadership for Global Virtual Teams: Facilitating Teamwork

Question:

Identify what you believe is the most important factor in creating effective team work and how to implement effective teamwork in groups or organizations.

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Effective leadership is the main factor that enhances teamwork in groups or organizations. Leaders have a major role in spearheading and strengthening teamwork in among the members of their group (Carter et al 227). The emphasis given by the leaders on the need for teamwork will manipulate the members of the group and the whole organization to embrace teamwork in their day to day activities. Carter et al (241) argue that leaders take the major role in promoting teamwork by providing direction, inspiration and supporting collaboration by encouraging teamwork.

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Literature Review and Problem Statement

Question:

Evaluate the authors’ use of literature using the Use of Literature Checklist as a guide. Evaluate the research problem using the Problem Statement Checklist as a guide. Explain what it means for a research study to be justified and grounded in the literature.

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Human Resource Management: Frishco

Questions:

1. Analyse the different ways or methods in which Frishco’s HR department engages its employees.
2. Critically discuss the  potential consequences of an organisations’ inability in addressing employee engagement issues including how it  would affect their motivation.
3. Evaluate which methods you feel would create the most impact in achieving the highest level of employee engagement within Frishco.

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Management Accounting

Questions:

1. Discuss the need for investing in the latest software of management accounting as well as financial accounting in your selected organization, highlighting differences between management accounting and financial accounting.
2. Evaluate the importance of classifying costs on the basis of types, behavior, function and relevance in business decision making, with suitable examples.
3. Discuss the objectives of preparing budgets and provide examples for operational budgets.
4. Explain how standard costs are used for variance analysis and discuss the terms favorable and adverse variances with suitable examples.

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Analysis and Design of Steel Arch Bridges: 532587

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Introduction

The bridge structure used for spanning for the horizontal beams is made by arc frame Firstly for designing of horizontal bridges it need two horizontals loads for balancing. The basic force analysis for the bridge is done by the stress analysis at the time of the critical loading. The critical loading of the bridge can be plotted by the neutral axis theory (Beben, D. and Stryczek, A., 2016)

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Pre-service Teacher Perceptions of Student Behavior and Possible Intervention: 545630

Question:

The Introduction starts here. This section has no title.

Your introduction serves two purposes: 1) it introduces the topic of the research, and 2) it contains a literature review that explains past findings about the research topic and also forms an argument and justifies why we are doing this research study.

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Alcohol Drinking in Australia: 540942

Question:

Description from course outline
 Choose ONE of the following social problems: unemployment, binge drinking, homelessness.
 Choose ONE of the three key sociological perspectives discussed in weeks 2-4 to explain the phenomenon (i.e. functionalism, conflict theory, symbolic interactionism).
 In your answer, you will need to demonstrate an understanding of the nature and extent of the “problem” before applying your chosen sociological theory to explain the causes and experiences of the problem in society.
Preparing to complete the task
The intent of this task is to encourage students to engage in depth with a particular social problem. In exploring the problem students are encouraged to consider how the problem exists in society, and how theoretical perspectives are able to inform an analysis of the problem. Therefore, in preparing for this task students should read and explore both research articles around the problem as well as mainstream media reporting of the issue over a period of time. Students should develop a broad understanding of the problem particularly within the Australian and Queensland context.
This task expects students to be able to review, interrogate and deconstruct research articles. Further, students need to be able to analyse theoretical positions and use this analysis as a tool to explain social phenomena.
Reading theory
Good theory presents an argument. The argument may be clear or not, logical or not, plausible or not, supported by evidence or not. The point of reading theory is to get the argument and ultimately to figure out how to evaluate it critically. To aid your reading, keep the following questions in mind:
1. What is the purpose of the piece of writing? Is that purpose clear?
2. How is the piece of writing organised? Is it divided clearly into sections or chapters, and does each of these have a clear purpose or play a clear role in presenting an argument?
3. What kind of writing is it? Different kinds of writing offer different challenges and opportunities.
4. Who is the intended audience? This is rarely you and I. For example, Durkheim and Weber write for a scholarly audience. Weber apparently imagined an audience who had read just about everything he had. Freud wrote for a
general educated audience, but ones located respectively in mid-19th century Europe. Marx and Engels wrote for radical philosophers, revolutionaries, and the working class (as they imagined it). Social theorists often write for themselves as an attempt to understand their own thinking.
5. What does a piece of writing take for granted? That is, what does the author assume their intended readers know and don’t know?
Writing the task response
The response must be written in proper academic language and form. That is, whilst it does not need complex language, necessarily, it should be written in a formal style with clear layout, order and logic. Students are encouraged to refer to their notes and learning from 1201QBT Academic and Professional Skills for more guidance around this.
The response is an analysis; therefore, it should have a clear introduction, body and conclusion, and must present a coherent argument and position across the whole paper. Students are advised to use a template, similar to that provided in 1201QBT, to plan and guide their writing.
It is an expectation that sources that are used in this response are properly referenced using APA 6th edition style. Guides for APA 6th edition are available through Griffith University library as well as other sources. Responses that are not referenced correctly may be considered to be plagiarised.
Starting the task: Three key steps
1. First, you need to select one of the three suggested social problems in Australian context.
2. Second, you will then search for the appropriate sources (authoritative sources) which will help you describe and frame the selected problem.
3. Third, you select one of the three sociological theories covered in this course, which you will need to properly explain before applying it. This will help you construct your main argument(s) which you need to point out at the very start of your essay. In addition, you need to continuously relate the information you present back to this argument throughout the rest of your essay.
When applying theory, you need to first explain the theory. Here you need to use academic sources to define key theoretical concepts and demonstrate the understanding of theory. It does not matter which theoretical perspective you choose to apply. What does matter is how well you argue your case. Do not simply describe your selected theoretical position. You need to make arguments (come up with three or four main points) that support your discussion and back these up with appropriate research (empirical) evidence. You need to keep in mind that when using empirical evidence to support your claims you need (i) a brief study description (e.g. number of participants, measures used), (ii) the key study findings (relevant to your argument) and (iii) the link back to the essay argument.
Throughout your essay you need to use at least 10 authoritative sources. This means you have to research widely and you can begin your search with the set readings provided. These were selected because they are directly relevant to the course content, so do not neglect them.
Today, a great deal of research can be done via the Internet, however you need to be selective in what you use. The two main sources of information you need to use for your essay are as follows:
– Online journals: This is probably the best source. Griffith library gives you access to an extensive collection of journals and you should be using this as your primary source.
– Recognised institutions: Most government departments and research bodies (e.g. Australian Bureau of Statistics) put their publications on the web.
Please do NOT use:
– The open web: You will find information on almost anything by simply ‘googling’ it. This is a very poor source of information and should not be used in academic writing. In most cases you have no guarantee that the information is accurate (e.g. Wikipedia).
Essay Structure
Often the difference between a good and a poor essay is not what is said, but how well it is said. Essay structure is an important part of the essay. The following are some simple tips and rules that can greatly improve your essay.
Introduction
A good introduction is crucial. To navigate through an unfamiliar essay, the reader needs a map or instructions that highlight the points of interest and guide them safely to the end. Your introduction is a brief summary of your essay. It must do the following:
– Set out the problem to be addressed;
– Highlight the main arguments to be made;
– Provide an explicit plan of the essay (the order in which you will present information);
– Provide a direct answer to the question.
Discussion
You must give serious thought to the order in which you present your information. There needs to be a logic to it – you cannot just present information in a random order. A discussion needs to be well structured and the structure should be obvious to the reader. Keep telling your reader what you are up to.
Make sure you set out a clear plan in your introduction and then follow that structure in your discussion. Use ‘signposts’ to emphasise that you are following the plan (e.g. The second argument is…). Do not write too short or too long paragraphs (longer than 2 sentences, no longer than half a page). Each paragraph should have a topic sentence and should only discuss one idea.
Conclusion
Your conclusion is a brief summary of the essay. Do not introduce any new information, and certainly do not leave your answer to the question until the conclusion.
Formatting Guidelines
Your assignment needs to be written in 12-point font (usually Times New Roman font), with at least a 3cm margin, double or one and a half line spacing (single line spacing is used for quotes when these are separated and indented), and each page needs to be numbered.
No title page is required but please include the following information as a header/footer or at the end of your essay.
– student name and number
– course number
– course name
– due date
– assignment item number and type
– tutor name
– word count
Submitting the task:
Students will submit the completed task via Turnitin.
To submit to Turnitin students must create an account at www.turnitin.com and then gain access the to the 1008CCJ class submission space. Login information will be provided in class.
If students have difficulty submitting on time or require an extension they should complete the Deferred Assessment form with appropriate evidence and speak with the Course Coordinator about this issue.
Marking the task:
The task will be assessed using the marking rubric on the following page.

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Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing: 542754

Question:

1. Discuss Romantic Comedy (in the form of dramas). How does Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing highlight the elements of Romantic Comedies. Be sure to cite at least 6 lines from the play to support your observations on Romantic Comedy.
2. Discuss High Comedy (in the form of dramas). How does Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing highlight the elements of High Comedy? Be sure to cite at least 6 lines from the play to support your observations on High Comedy.
3. Discuss Trickster Plot. Describe the Trickster plot that was used so often by Shakespeare in both his comedies and tragedies. With an emphasis on the use in comedy, connect elements of the plot from Much Ado About Nothing to the Trickster Plot. Be sure to cite at least 6 lines from the play to support your observations.

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Organizational Theory and Design, Amazon: 550437

Introduction

The organizational behavior and operations are affected by external resources utilized by the firm. The current business environment has been very competitive. Most companies seek to exploit all the potential business opportunities in the market so as to sustain their competitiveness and development in the industry (Borkowski, 2015). There has been an increased tendency by organizations of building redundancy into the acquisition of resources with the aim of minimizing reliance and dependence on single sources. Organizations have been investing a lot of resources in gathering, altering, and exploiting raw materials in a steady rate, and this acts as a fundamental to success.

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Spiritual and Emotional

Question:

Are You Heading for Caregiver Burnout?

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Answer:

After conducting the survey, I have arrived to the conclusion that I love to worship God and believe in the fact that children are gifts sent by him. I love other religions as well. The questions that explored my insight made me realised that I have changed a lot. When I was younger, I used to share my feelings and emotions with others but now I prefer to stay alone. This change might have caused due to the responsibilities that I have to perform. I have also noticed that I do not blame God for any of my bad experiences that I faced in my life but I have always praised him and seek his blessings. I am more comfortable to lead my life solely than blaming others for any dispute that ever happened with me. I believed that forgiving people gives more inner peace than fighting with them.

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Human Resource Management: Frishco

Questions:

1. Analyse the different ways or methods in which Frishco’s HR department engages its employees.
2. Critically discuss the  potential consequences of an organisations’inability in addressing employee engagement issues including how it would affect their motivation.
3. Evaluate which methods you feel would create the most impact in achieving the highest level of employee engagement within Frishco.

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