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Create a technical, detailed-oriented report for TAS that explains the process of the project. The format of your technical paper should be based on the following:

The objective of the project is to recommend a wireless solution for a sporting goods company. This is an individual project. You will be required to submit two assignments for the project. Because of this, you may need to spend additional time and effort in Week 3 to produce the proposal which will form the basis for your project. Plan on utilizing the Writing Source, available under Student Resources under the Course Home tab on the left, or make use of the official style guide entitled, Writing the Research Paper: A Handbook, 6th edition, by Anthony C. Winkler and Jo Ray McCuen. This handbook includes information on the following styles: APA, MLA, CEE, CMS, and Columbia Online (ISBN – 1413001785). Scenario: The Wireless Technology Company (WTC), a company that assists organizations and businesses with issues involving network planning and design, has hired you as a consultant. The Athlete’s Shack (TAS) is a chain of sporting goods stores. Because TAS has grown in popularity, it now has 10 stores in the area. TAS is considering implementing a wireless technology that will link all of its stores through wireless broadband service, installing WLANs in each store, and providing its employees with iPads for better customer service. TAS is unsure how to start this process. They have asked WTC for help, and WTC has turned to you. Create a technical, detailed-oriented report for TAS that explains the process of the project. The format of your technical paper should be based on the following: Table of Contents The Table of Contents is a key tool. Use it to format and organize your paper. You can use the headings below as the main sections of your paper. If you are unfamiliar with the Table of Contents utility in MS Word, check out the video in the Hub Writing Center, located under the Student Resources tab. Executive Summary The Executive Summary includes the specific findings of the research in a short format optimized for a quick read by decision makers. It gives an overview of the organization and summarizes the findings. Assessment Evaluate the needs of the business. Identify and clearly state the problems and issues. If there appears to be more than one problem or issue, decide if they are separate or related issues. What are the problems that you are tasked with solving? Provide a detailed analysis of the causes of the problem or issue. Be sure the causes you identify relate directly to the problem or issue. Discuss the concepts, ideas, and insights that are most valuable in helping you make sense of your project. Cite all sources. Solution Explore the solutions appropriate to solve the identified problems or issues. Be sure the solutions are logical and based on your analysis. The solutions should effectively treat the problem, not the symptoms. Also, discuss the anticipated outcomes (both positive and negative) of implementing each of the possible solutions you identified. Describe exactly what should be done and how it should be done, including by whom, with whom, and in what sequence. Be specific about your recommended solution and implementation. Diagrams A picture is worth a thousand words, especially when you are describing a network solution. Diagrams should add value and not simply take up space. References List all references used in your paper. All references must be cited in two places: within the text and on the reference list. Choose references judiciously and cite them accurately. Refer to Writing the Research Paper or use the videos in the Hub Writing Center, located under the Student Resources Tab, to understand how to cite sources appropriately.

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  • The report should consist of 10-15 pages (280–300 words per page, except for Charts, Drawings, and/or Spreadsheets).
  • Use a 10 point font; double spaced; and include a cover page, table of contents, introduction, body of the report, summary or conclusion, and works cited.
  • Submit your work in a Microsoft Word document, via the appropriate dropbox.
  • Do not submit your report in Acrobat PDF format.
  • Even though this is not a scientific writing assignment and is mostly creative in nature, references are still very important. At least ten authoritative, outside references are required (articles and web pages with anonymous authors are not acceptable). These should be listed on the Works Cited page.
  • Appropriate citations are required.
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Review the "Skills Exhibited by an Effective Manager" (Table 1-2 in Organizational Behavior) (See attachment). Identify your particular areas of strength and discuss opportunities for your own development as a manager.

Original Work Only. 300-words needed per forum (600-words total) MBA business forum. Forum #1 In many organizations, being “people-centered” is considered soft, irrelevant, and unrelated to profitability. Using support from historical perspectives of organizational behavior along with your assigned article readings regarding conscious capitalism, explain how you would rebut these arguments. Use the conscious capitalism concept as a framework and consider at least two companies that have successfully adopted this business philosophy to gain success and combat traditional corporate approaches. How do these companies embody the tenet of “higher purpose” and create deeper meaning by focusing their goals beyond profits and inspiring their stakeholders? Forum #2 Review the “Skills Exhibited by an Effective Manager” (Table 1-2 in Organizational Behavior) (See attachment). Identify your particular areas of strength and discuss opportunities for your own development as a manager.

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Explain the elements of SWOT analysis. Describe how these elements (SWOT) analyses have in common? WhIle all mentioning how they are different? Identify the elements the Ford Company has as the most important/strongest in a SWOT analysis and why? Explain the purpose of a SWOT analysis and what are the alternatives? Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of the SWOT analysis.

Looking for help, needing a 700 min word paper on the Ford Company (car industry) addressing:  

  • Explain the elements of SWOT analysis.  Describe how these elements (SWOT) analyses have in common?  WhIle all mentioning how they are different?
  • Identify the elements the Ford Company has as the most important/strongest in a SWOT analysis and why?
  • Explain the purpose of a SWOT analysis and what are the alternatives?
  • Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of the SWOT analysis.

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Social media can have a significant impact on a company’s success (both positive and negative). What are the pros of social media, and how do you think they can be harnessed to promote effective communication? What are the cons, and how do you think they can be avoided, to prevent a communication disaster? Identify one example that illustrates effective use of social media, and one example that illustrates ineffective use of social media.

Social media can have a significant impact on a company’s success (both positive and negative). What are the pros of social media, and how do you think they can be harnessed to promote effective communication? What are the cons, and how do you think they can be avoided, to prevent a communication disaster? Identify one example that illustrates effective use of social media, and one example that illustrates ineffective use of social media. Guided Response: Respond to at least two of your peers. How does their analysis compare to yours? Do you agree that the examples they identified appropriate represent the effective and ineffective uses of social media? Explain.

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Week 1: Read Chapter 1& 3. Write a two page analysis of an experience in which communication with a co-worker went wrong. Diagnose the problem by describing how the parts of the communication process (sender, message received, feedback, noise) contributed to the problem. Due: February 12th

REQUIRED READINGS/RESOURCES

Adler, R.B., & Elmhorst, J.M. (2008). Communicating at Work: Principles and Practices for Business and the Profession (9th ed.). Hightstown, NJ: McGraw- Hill. ISBN 978-07-351188-7.     Week 1: Read Chapter 1& 3. Write a two page analysis of an experience in which communication with a co-worker went wrong. Diagnose the problem by describing how the parts of the communication process (sender, message received, feedback, noise) contributed to the problem. Due: February 12th

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Describe the steps you took to get to your finished communication product, and explain how these steps were helpful. Finally, describe how failing to put as much effort into the preparation stage could be detrimental to the ultimate communication of your message, and describe how this concept can be applied to the messages you communicate in your work environment.

Packaging Visual Communication Over the past few weeks, you’ve worked to put together a communication piece through the use of visuals. Describe the steps you took to get to your finished communication product, and explain how these steps were helpful. Finally, describe how failing to put as much effort into the preparation stage could be detrimental to the ultimate communication of your message, and describe how this concept can be applied to the messages you communicate in your work environment. This journal entry should allow you to thoroughly reflect upon what you have learned thus far in class, and provides you an opportunity to relate this learning to your professional and/or personal experiences. Your journal entry may be written in a more informal style, with a focus on clearly conveying your ideas. APA formatting elements are not required for your journal entry, but you are expected to adhere to conventional rules of grammar, sentence structure, spelling, and punctuation. Carefully review the Grading Rubric for the criteria that will be used to evaluate your assignment.

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Discuss the current state of your spiritual health. How did you arrive at the place you are now? Are you satisfied with this dimension of your life (explain why or why not)? 2- Personal relationships are an important part of our lives. Discuss the greatest obstacles you face in developing and maintaining personal relationships in your life. 3- Evaluate the mental/emotional health of your family of origin. Discuss how the model(s) for adjustment, communication, and coping you had as a child have positively or negatively impacted you as an adult.

Discuss the current state of your spiritual health. How did you arrive at the place you are now? Are you satisfied with this dimension of your life (explain why or why not)?   2-  Personal relationships are an important part of our lives. Discuss the greatest obstacles you face in developing and maintaining personal relationships in your life.   3-  Evaluate the mental/emotional health of your family of origin. Discuss how the model(s) for adjustment, communication, and coping you had as a child have positively or negatively impacted you as an adult.

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Reflecting on Visual Literacy in Business Review the concepts we’ve covered in the past few weeks of this course, and list five take-away’s. Explain why the five take-away’s are relevant to you. Then, describe at least one concept that is either still unclear to you, or one you’d like to explore further.

Reflecting on Visual Literacy in Business

  Review the concepts we’ve covered in the past few weeks of this course, and list five take-away’s. Explain why the five take-away’s are relevant to you. Then, describe at least one concept that is either still unclear to you, or one you’d like to explore further.

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Discuss how we might think about the effects of the hurricane on individuals and families who have suffered the effects of Katrina. Incorporate an understanding of physiological stress and how it affects pregnancy outcomes and behavior. Finally, view the of the award winning documentary Trouble in the Water.

  It has been several years since the natural disaster Hurricane Katrina swept through. Even though many New Orleans residents still have not returned to the city, some believe that we can see the effects of the trauma of the hurricane in the crime rates. Others believe crime rates have risen in the large cities housing Katrina refugees. More importantly, many worry about the infants and children who have experienced not only the hurricane but the confusion, dislocation, and chaos in their families.

For this week’s discussion, complete the following:

  • Discuss how we might think about the effects of the hurricane on individuals and families who have suffered the effects of Katrina.
  • Incorporate an understanding of physiological stress and how it affects pregnancy outcomes and behavior.
  • Finally, view the of the award winning documentary Trouble in the Water.
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As you answer the questions in the court case, please be aware that your answer to the question that asks, "To what degree protect you from an ethical or legal violation?" should include how the NASW can help protect you from a legal or ethical violation. National Association of Social Workers (NASW)

Legal and Ethical Issues in Counseling Homosexual Clients

 

For this week’s critical thinking discussion, please read the excerpt from the Court Case Involving a Therapist’s Refusal
to Counsel Homosexual Clients found below.

Begin a respectful and scholarly discussion based on the questions posed in the Commentary section of the court case excerpt. Address each question as if they were posed to a social worker.

Also consider how NASW Code Ethics would direct professional behavior. Since this topic can be a “hot topic,” I want to make sure to remind everyone about profession etiquette despite your personal position on this issue.

As you answer the questions in the court case, please be aware that your answer to the question that asks, “To what degree protect you from an ethical or legal violation?” should include how the NASW can help protect you from a legal or ethical violation.   National Association of Social Workers (NASW)

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This isn’t what I signed up for’.Authors:Huey, Laura Ricciardelli, RoseSource:International Journal of Police Science & Management. Sep2015, Vol. 17 Issue 3, p194-203. 10p.Document Type:ArticleSubjects:POLICE-community relations — Research RURAL police — Research COMMUNITY policing — Research POLICE social work LAW enforcementAbstract:Although some insight into the sources and scope of occupational stress among rural police officers exists, historically, researchers have focused largely on their policing styles, rather than the relationship between what officers do and how they feel about their work as police in rural jurisdictions. To address this lacuna in knowledge and literature, we draw on data collected from semi-structured interviews conducted with 20 active police officers, each of whom is presently assigned to one of seven rural police detachments in a province in Eastern Canada and field observation of police working in a rural detachment in this same province. In adopting a role theory perspective, we first reveal how officers operationalize their roles as law enforcers, peacekeepers, social workers and/or knowledge workers. We then examine their experiences of role strain as a result of mismatches between their desired versus actual occupational role(s). The majority of officers aspired to hold either the law enforcement or social worker role, which they saw as being most closely associated with their perceptions of what it means to be a ‘police officer’. However, most felt they performed tasks related to less desirable roles, which was tied to role strain. Training recommendations are discussed for officers recruited for rural policing. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR] 2.ND Reference Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity: An Administrative Approach to Diversity.Authors:Quinn, Tara L.Source:Child Welfare. Nov2002, Vol. 81 Issue 6, p913-928. 16p. 1 Chart.Document Type:ArticleSubjects:GAY teenagers — Services for
LGBT teenagers
CHILD welfare
CHILD welfare workers
HOMOPHOBIA
SOCIAL work with youth
FOSTER childrenAbstract:Research indicates that gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and questioning (GLBTQ) teens in the care of a northeastern child welfare department do not receive adequate services due to the workers’ homophobic attitudes. These teens are at high risk for alcohol and drug abuse, homelessness, prostitution, and suicide. A training module was developed for administrators. Pretest and posttest instruments measured their education and support of GLBTQ issues before and after the training. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR] Copyright of Child Welfare is the property of Child Welfare League of America and its content may not be copied or emailed to multiple sites or posted to a listserv without the copyright holder’s express written permission. However, users may print, download, or email articles for individual use. This abstract may be abridged. No warranty is given about the accuracy of the copy. Users should refer to the original published version of the material for the full abstract. (Copyright applies to all Abstracts.)

In 2000, a master’s of social work (MSW) student conducted a survey of a state child welfare department in the Northeast that gauged workers’ beliefs, attitudes, and training needs surrounding issues of sexual orientation and identity. Findings supporting the existence of homophobia among workers as a whole were statistically significant. Of workers, 33% reported beliefs based on myths and stereotypes about gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and questioning (GLBTQ) people. Almost half of respondents indicated that they were either not aware of services for GLBTQ youth or did not respond to the question. Of respondents, 10% to 37% left the attitude questions blank, increasing the chance of underreported biases.

Based on this research, one can conclude that GLBTQ youth in state care do not receive adequate services, including worker interaction, case management, and service referrals. Child welfare department workers make service referrals for individual and group counseling, support, activities, and other forms of involvement within the GLBTQ community.

Beyond this department, GLBTQ teens face issues specific to their sexual orientation. They are at higher risk of physical and verbal abuse as well as isolation from their families. In other instances, their families ask them to leave home. In their peer groups, GLBTQ teens may lose friends during their coming out process. Peers can also be abusive and degrade and reject GLBTQ youth. At school, GLBTQ youth may feel isolated and unaccepted. Lack of education and discussion about issues of sexual orientation often elicit feelings of not belonging, and belonging is extremely important for teens. Cultural and social norms view GLBTQ lifestyles as deviant. GLBTQ teens live in a culture that produces homophobic attitudes and marginalizes them.

Systemic issues within child welfare departments also contribute to the disservice of GLBTQ clients. In this study, the state’s lack of space for out-of-home placement extends to the problem of youth living on the streets. Funds are insufficient to increase out-of-home placements.

Another systemic problem is the lack of training for the state’s child welfare workers about sexual orientation. The department does not mandate training on this issue and does not offer it as part of the initial training for new workers.

As a consequence, GLBTQ teens face mental health, self-concept, and identity issues; increased risk of suicide; and homelessness after being thrown out or running away. The lack of services for these teens is not only detrimental but can be fatal.

A nonprofit organization providing support, advocacy, and educational services in this state to youth with sexual orientation and gender identity issues reports that 40% of its clients are involved with the state child welfare department. These youth report significant homophobic attitudes and behaviors by their social workers, which Nocera (2000) substantiated.

To ignore this problem would mean selecting the “deserving,” or those with socially acceptable lifestyles, to be clients, rather than embracing all people. Ethically, this would undermine the values of social work practice, particularly that of self-determination. The social work profession has the responsibility to advocate for and work with marginalized and stigmatized populations to promote social welfare, change, and justice. The root of social work is based on social change, which is necessary to alleviate individual suffering and promote and encourage healthy human relationships and interactions.

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