Implementation Of Global Strategies

Your team attends a trade conference on the subject of globalization. They have attended several seminars both advocating and dismissing implementing a global strategy. You return to the office and share some of what you have learned with the team.

“Globalization is a very interesting topic and can get very heated,” you explain. “There are some countries and companies who are fiercely loyal to their homes and would not consider going global. Others see it as a benefit to the company and their customers. Some people here in the states believe that American-made is best because we are contributing to our home country. But, is it? Is it always best to stay domestic? How does this impact pricing? Are you truly helping?”

As your team ponders these questions, you start to think about your position on the topic. Complete the following:

  • Are you for or against globalization?
  • Is your recommendation for your company to go global? Why or why not?
  • How does globalization impact the marketplace as a whole?
  • Has your opinion changed from the beginning of the course to now?

Music Therapy Essay

Literature Review of a Music Therapy Approach or Specific Music Therapy Intervention (minimum 5 pages double spaced).

Choose one Music Therapy Approach that we have discussed this year (i.e. The Nordoff Robbins Approach, Neurologic Music Therapy , GIM Guided Imagery and Music, Psychoanalytic Music Therapy ) or a Specific Music Therapy Intervention (e.g. Melodic Intonation Therapy, Rhythmic Auditory Stimulation, Musical Improvisation, Songwriting, Lyric Analysis etc ) and write a literature review of the different work being done with that approach/intervention with one specific population or with multiple populations.

1.   See requirements above for ALL PAPERS regarding APA format and Appropriate Research articles

2.   In your discussion of any specific population, you must include DSM V definitions from the DSM V, or relevant diagnoses information from an appropriate source (see above for appropriate source).

3.   You must include information from our discussion of AMTA Standards of Clinical Practice and discuss the Referral, Assessment, Treatment planning, Documentation, Implementation and Termination process of Music Therapy.

Patient Bill Of Rights

Assignment Content

  1.    Select a health care facility or service (e.g., hospital, physician practice, long-term care facility, ambulance service, pharmacy, or skilled nursing facility). Physician practice in a hospital is my choice of service.
  2. Add introduction/conclusion
  3. Add notes

    Create a Patient Bill of Rights for your selected facility or service.

    Create a 10- to 15-minute, 9- to 12-slide voice-over presentation using either Microsoft® PowerPoint® or websites such as Google Slides™, Adobe® Slate, or Prezi presenting your Patient Bill of Rights and explaining what each right will mean for the patient and for the facility or service.

    Cite 3 reputable references to support your assignment (e.g., trade or industry publications, government or agency websites, scholarly works, or other sources of similar quality).

Strategic Goal Controlling And Executive Summary

Company: Intel

Please review attachments and tie them into this executive summary

As you’ve learned this week, the control process is essential to the achievement of goals. It allows a business to track their progress, make adjustments, and stay on schedule for what they’re trying to achieve. Your chosen goal from the strategic management project needs these same types of controls. This course project assignment will task you with creating a detailed control process for that goal. Think through all of the departments that might be involved in the completion of the goals and how they’ll need to be tracked. The course content from this week can be very useful in providing details on strategies and ideas for control processes. Some additional research will also prove useful. This is part 1 of this week’s assignment and should be at least two pages in length and complete the following:

  • Identify      four separate strategies that you will use to control your strategic goal.
  • For      each strategy:
    • Identify       which aspect or metric of the goal they’re controlling.
    • Explain       the reasoning and value behind the control choice.
    • Identify       the control as feed forward, concurrent, or feedback.

As an example, if my goal is to “decrease the amount of defective parts made on my assembly line by 5%”, I could control it through regular maintenance checks (feed forward), thorough employee training on the machines (feed forward), and a software system that monitors production while it’s happening and can print off detailed reports after work is completed (concurrent and feedback). You will need to go into much more detail on the structure, process, and purpose of your control methods, but this should give you a good idea of how to complete this assignment. Really think through how you’ll keep up to speed with company progress on your strategic management goal.

Before you submit the final version of your Strategic Management Plan, the last piece you need to create is an Executive Summary. This is part 2 of this week’s assignment and should be the first page in the final version of your plan next week. It’s meant to be something that an executive could quickly read in order to get a basic understanding of the overall strategic management plan. Due to its purpose, the executive summary should be a thorough and concise summary clearly depicting the content of the plan. Give an overview of the goal you’re trying to accomplish, any major findings in your research, the reasoning behind the goal, and any major obstacles you foresee. It should be treated as a document ready to be turned into an executive director, board of advisors, investor, etc. Therefore, format and style (presentation) is very important.

Weapons of Mass Destruction

Weapons of Mass Destruction

1. List and define the seven cardinal rules of risk communication.

2. You have been appointed as the emergency manager in your community. Your elation is short lived when you find out your first assignment is to develop an EOP.

Develop a community EOP by observing the following principles:
– Obtain a realistic threat assessment or design a hypothetical threat assessment.
– Identify key operations agencies.
– Determine who will be the incident manager in various types of incidents.
– Identify resource entities at a local and regional level.
– Identify sources of support personnel and support agencies.

3. What is the importance of NIMS in terrorism incidents?

Ethnographic Project

Oral History – Immigrant

For this topic you will need to interview an immigrant concerning their experiences adapting to life in the United States. You will take field notes based on your interview and then write up your findings in a full, approximately 5-7 page (minimum 1500 word) ethnography. You will be expected to utilize and apply anthropological concepts, which you have learned in this class, to your findings. You will turn in your field notes with the final version of your paper.

You will need to devise your own open-ended style of interview questions asking your informant to tell you about his or her socio-cultural experiences of adapting to American society. You may want to ask them what were the influences that caused them to migrate to the US, what sort of difficulties they faced and what, if any advantages they felt they gained through their immigration experience. Remember that you want to encourage your informant to talk as much as possible about what HE or SHE felt to be important about his or her immigration experience and what he or she would like the reader to understand about what they went through to adapt to life in the US. Also, be sure and ask your informant in what ways does he or she feel that his values have changed as a result of the immigration experience and does he or she view this as having a positive or negative impact on their life.

The the anthropological concepts :

1.Culture and Fieldwork.

2.Learning and (Re)producing Culture:

3.Rethinking “primitive,” “race,” and “sex”:

4.Self and the Body.

5.Kinship, Global, and Digital Connections:

6.Capital, Power, and the Gift:

7.Applied Anthropology – Design and Politics: