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Supply Chain Assignment Help: Kings Beer exports and logistics

Supply Chain Assignment Question:

Write a Board Paper asking the board of directors of the chosen exporter to adopt and implement your proposed export strategy.

Supply Chain Assignment Reviews:

1.      Brief Synopsis of the Issue

The paper identifies factors that are involved in international trade and argue why exporting the product, King’s Beer, from India to the UK would be a good strategy for the organization. The paper studies international trade theories, export strategies, logistics and ethics towards its recommendations.

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Assignment Topic: PROJECT MANAGEMENT ROLES

Assignment Question:

QUESTION 1

1(a) Describe project and project management in the light of aligning projects to strategic plan of organizations.
Explain with practical world view scenarios.

1(b) Describe the staff recruitment process. Discuss how this process can positively or negatively affect
productivity in a project environment.

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DATABASE IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

QUESTION

Assessment details for ALL students
Assessment item 2—Assignment 2
Due date:
Friday of Week 10 (Midnight AEST time)
Weighting:
20%
Length:
Typically 10-20 hours
Objectives
This assessment item relates to the following course learning outcomes:
• database applications, systems, and the database environment
• database design using a specified data modelling approach
• normalisation theory
• relational database systems
• database implementation issues
• SQL
Important points
• Regular access to a system running an appropriate DBMS is required for this assignment.
Details of appropriate DBMS are provided later in this document.
• This assignment is an individual piece of work.  Discussing the assignment with other
students is encouraged; however, the document you submit must be an individual piece of
work, produced by you.  In your submission, identify any students who have influenced your
work on this assignment.
• The assignment due date is Friday Week 10.  The sample solution will be released on the
Monday following Week 12 (17 days after the due date).  A penalty of 5% of total marks
PER CALENDAR DAY will apply to late submissions.  Submissions made after release of
the sample solution will receive ZERO (0) marks.
• A late penalty can be avoided by applying for an extension.  AIC students must submit an
application to the local campus.  Other students must submit an application via the
electronic Assignment Extension System.  To avoid a late penalty, the application must be
submitted before the due date.
• An electronic submission is required for this assignment.  After making your submission,
download your submitted file to check it has not been corrupted.  Before submission, check
you have met all criteria in the marking sheet (available from the course website).
• This assignment is marked out of 40.  The mark you obtain contributes 20% towards your
final grade.
ASSESSMENT
2
Part A — SQL queries (8 marks)
This part of the assignment tests your understanding of SQL topics covered in Week 6.
1. Replace the query below with an equivalent query that is simpler, does not use UNION and does
use an OUTER JOIN: (2 marks)
SELECT Description,COUNT(NbrItemsRequested) AS TotalItems
FROM   Product AS p INNER JOIN SalesOrderProduct AS sop
ON p.PID = sop.PID
GROUP  BY Description
HAVING COUNT(NbrItemsRequested) >= 1
UNION
SELECT Description, 0
FROM   Product
WHERE  PID NOT IN (SELECT PID
FROM   SalesOrderProduct);

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INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY IN ENGINEERING

QUESTION

Communications Exercise Number 6: Final essay (summative, 50% of mark for communications)

Write an essay of 1,000 words based on the following

Engineers create artefacts and processes that sustain civilised life, yet technology is often perceived as destroying the natural environment. Discuss the conflict between the aspirations for a civilised life and the maintenance of the natural environment.

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Information technology on C++

QUESTION

4/16/12 Courses/CS 50×2/Assignments/(DS) Binary Min Heap – ASU Computer Science Wiki
Courses/CS 50×2/Assignments/(DS) Binary Min Heap
From ASU Computer Science Wiki
< Courses | CS 50×2 | Assignments
Binary Heap
A Binary Heap is basically a binary tree in which the following conditions hold:
In a Min-Heap , the smallest item is always at the root:
For any node n, n may have at most 2 children, whose values must be greater than (or equal to) the
value at n.
For a Max-Heap , the concept is the same, except that the largest item is always at the root, and the values at
the children are always less than (or equal to) the value at the parent.
In this assignment, you will be building a binary min-heap of integer values. Heaps commonly use arrays
internally to perform the actual storage, but to make this heap more dynamic—while maintaining the
advantages of the array—you will be using the Standard Template Library vector as internal storage. Your
class IntMinHeap should provide the following interface:
class IntMinHeap{
private:
vector<int> container;

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INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY IN TRIMFIT

QUESTION
It is proposed that technology needs to be used in TrimFit to optimise the performance of its business operation to reduce the severe problems TrimFit currently experiences. After our team has examined the current system, we discovered that the business was suffering severely due to many problems and hence needed an overhaul.
Many packages and systems were evaluated and critically analysed before we decided on a most appropriate and highly recommended system as a proposed new system. As we were informed, there would be minimal TrimFit staff members directly use and manage the new system. With the business customer size expansion currently and in a near future of the next 3 years (as a system use period that TrimFit requested for), we recommend TrimFit to adopt our new proposed system. The new system would be developed by using Java programming and Microsoft Office Access database. Further investigation has also suggested an integration of online TrimFit website and the bar code system which would generate and capture member activities in visits. The data from the bar code system and website would be transferred and used in the new proposed system. The payment system would also be integrated into the new proposed system as a major improvement to the entire system.
This provides the staff and members with some effective means to actively work on the computers. The new system will improve member details recording, membership details tracking, class offerings, etc. All data will all be handled well to provide for effective business operations in the new proposed system. Apparently, the best course of actions as proposed here are to implement our new proposed system. The new system is highly recommended and strongly advised to be implemented as it will bring along all sorts of business improvements and business benefits to TrimFit.

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COMPARATIVE LAW AND BUSINESS

QUESTION

Question 1: (2000 words)

Select a jurisdiction in accordance with the instructions given in paragraphs E5-E7 of the Course Book. Your selected jurisdiction must not be on the black list unless it is specifically referred to on the white list.  Identify which legal tradition or traditions (civil law, common law, Islamic law, East Asian law) yourselectedjurisdiction embodies. Justify your view.  If your selectedjurisdiction also embodies other legal traditions discussed in Glenn (ie. chthonic [chapter 3], Talmudic [chapter 4] or Hindu [chapter 8]), you should also discuss them. If yourselectedjurisdiction draws on legal traditions not discussed in Glenn (eg. Roman-Dutch law or Scandinavian law), you should discuss them as well. To what extent is Regionalisation evident in yourselected jurisdiction? Justify your view. To what extent are Diasporas evident in yourselectedjurisdiction? Give examples where appropriate.

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