Hello, I have attached the assignment and the files that are related.
Please let me know if have any questions .
Hello, I have attached the assignment and the files that are related.
Hello, I have attached the assignment and the files that are related.
Please let me know if have any questions .
Please edit the existing PowerPoint presentation…it was not completed well and has a lot of grammatical errors:
1. Fix grammatical errors on the slides and in speaker notes
2. Add more content to speaker notes WITH in text citations
3. NO PLAGIARISM AT ALL
4. Create a flyer that goes along with the topic
300 words each, with references
One: As Researcher: Compliance in an Organization
How would you study and determine the values and ethical framework of an organization; What steps would you take to determine whether the values and ethics of the organization were consistent with the values and ethics of the top-level leaders?
Determining if an organization’s values and ethics align with the ethical norms of an ethical framework will require one to identify if the business has policies and procedures in place as a guideline. A guideline will ensure the company has a base to train employees to comply. Lack of concrete guidance will create moral stress in a company (Water & Bird,1987). A framework leaves little room for noncompliance due to issues of the “unknown.” Holding employees accountable is more effective when there are robust policies and procedures. Guidelines should be in place to ensure employees are aware of regulatory and company requirements. Training is essential to ensuring compliance and serves as an ongoing reminder to employees on the importance of exercising ethics. The most effective way to test if an organization follows its policies and procedures would be through reviewing the company examinations, internal control checks, and identifying if the company is overall in compliance with the current laws and regulations. Policies and procedures should be updated with current information to ensure compliance. Ongoing updates are one of the best ways to ensure compliance. After ensuring that the company follows current laws and regulatory requirements, the next step is to observe employee actions daily to formulate organizational patterns and consistency. For the researcher to identify if an organization practices compliance will require the researcher’s identity to be unknown. If the employees are aware of the identity of the researcher, then they will most likely avoid partaking in unethical behavior that deviates from compliance. To study, monitor, analyze and collect accurate data, the researcher will have to take on the role of an undercover investigator. Employees are more likely to operate on a higher level or pretend to follow the rules if they know the researcher’s objective and the researcher’s identity. Another effective way to test compliance in a company is to have knowledge tests. Testing employees on different subjects will give insight into the level of knowledge for each line of defense in the business.
Waters, J. A., & Bird, F. (1987). The moral dimension of organizational culture. Journal of Business Ethics, 6(1), 15–22.
Two: Consultancy Role: Organizational Values and Ethics Alignment with Top Level Leaders
The first step in this assessment should be observation. If the consultant is first exposed to the values and ethics dictated by the top level leaders it may have the ability to skew the process. It should be at the request of the consultant to observe both the top level leaders and all other employees before being privy to any values and ethics from the top level leaders.
The oldest, and arguably most faulty, means of conducting an assessment is by means of survey. A few large studies have been conducted with surveys such as Posner and Schmidt (1984) and Victor and Cullen (1988) but are likely clouded by subjectivity. This is why objective observation across employment levels is the best candidate for this research.
Figure 1, shown above, is an organizationally scalable option (Gatewood & Carroll, 1991). What is important with this portion of the assessment is its ability to create alignment across all stakeholders associated with the organization. Why is this important? This is important because it goes above and beyond the request for ethical alignment between top level leaders and employees but additionally shows the importance of ethics within the market. This is of extreme importance because it allows top level leaders to decide how important this ethical alignment between themselves and the employees is to the market. For example, if the market dictates that that ethics are not of importance to receive their product or service, it may not be of importance to the top level leaders. Although this in and of itself is ethically questionable, it is not for the objective consultant to impart subjectivity into the assessment.
This is heavily simplified framework and would require much more in-depth assessment but in totality it provides more than what is requested. And as a consultant it is always part of the job offer more research for additional funding.
Gatewood, R. D., & Carroll, A. B. (1991). Assessment of ethical performance of organization members: A conceptual framework. Academy of Management Review, 16(4), 667-690.
Posner, B. Z., & Schmidt, W. H. (1984). Values and the American manager: An update. California management review, 26(3), 202-216.
Victor, B., & Cullen, J. B. (1988). The organizational bases of ethical work climates. Administrative science quarterly, 101-125.
Hello, I need help with this assignment, it’s about reading a book( I’ve attached a copy of the book under name “Chapter 3”. here’s the directions listed below for you, all I want you to do is to answer all the questions also respond to the responses in the very end of these instructions.
Instructions: Discussion Forum Instructions
You must participate in the weekly discussion forum. You are asked to submit 5 posts to the discussion board. These 5 posts will include your responses to the original thread question(s) posted by the instructor as well responses to your peers.
There are two kinds of discussion posts:
Original Response to Thread Question: You will respond to the assigned questions based on the readings and/or films for that week. These original posts should be about 200-250 words long. You may wish to compose your posts in Word or a text editor, then copy and paste when you are ready. Your first original post should be submitted on Thursday or Friday of each week in order to receive full credit for that discussion. This ensures that we have enough content before the weekend and don’t have a “traffic jam” of posts on Sunday night with everyone submitting posts and waiting for others to submit. Quality of the post is important, so be sure that your posts answer the questions and demonstrate knowledge.
Response-to-Peers Posts: You will also respond to your classmates’ posts during the week. Quality posts are rewarded. A “reply” means doing more than just agreeing or disagreeing with a post. You must support what someone else has posted and expand upon it, or disagree and provide an alternative perspective.
Your posts need to contain citations of the readings. You may use parenthetical references. For example, (author, title of document, year, page number). You are not required to and should not use sources other than the assigned readings.
You should cite any time you:
Use a direct quote
Use an idea strongly associated with a particular source
Use a controversial argument or a specific figure, like a statis
You do not have to cite when you are relating commonly know facts.
Week five Discussion Threads:
IMPORTANT: Before you contribute to the discussion, make sure you have read the assigned reading for this week: Brown and Shannon, Going to the Source, vol 1; Chapter 3 “Colonial America’s Most Wanted: Runaway Advertisements in Colonial Newspapers”
Study tip: Each chapter in Going to the Source includes a source table that will help you analyze the documents before you write about them. You do not need to submit the source table. It is a study aid for preparing your discussion answers.
Citation Tips: Practice citing your sources! Telling the reader where you found your information is one of the most important components of writing for this class. You must cite everything taken from a source, whether you are quoting, summarizing, paraphrasing, or even just taking a fact from that source. Not only is the presentation of evidence a requirement for maximum points on discussion forums, any use of sources with a failure to cite a source represents plagiarism.
Be sure to: 1) edit your posts to avoid spelling/grammar mistakes; 2) check back regularly to comment on any responses you get to your original posts; and 3) cite page numbers for all references to readings
To cite evidence from non-textbook readings in this course, use parenthetical references with the author’s last name and page number (if page numbers are available), i.e.: Author Elizabeth Kolbert writes, “Columbus reasoned that the world was shaped like a ball with a breastlike protuberance” (Kolbert). Or, if it’s not a quote: Contrary to popular memory, Christopher Columbus did not believe that the world was spherical (Kolbert). If an author wrote more than one outside reading, please include the title of the article in quotation marks. For the textbook and the reader, use “TAP” or “GTTS” instead of the author’s last name, i.e.: Columbus writes, “For it is true…” (TAP, 23). Or, if it’s not a quote: Columbus claimed that the people he encountered at Hispaniola believed that he and his crew were gods (GTTS, 23).
Question 1: Compare and contrast the institutions of slavery and indentured servitude. What were the similarities between the worlds of slaves and servants? The most significant differences?
Question 2: Escape and Capture: What techniques and strategies did runaways use to escape? Conversely, what were the methods used to apprehend runaways? How did those methods vary depending upon whether one was slave or servant? How did the punishments vary?
Question 3: Physical Appearance of Runaways: One striking feature of the advertisements from colonial American newspapers was the detail they devoted to the physical appearance and dress of the runaways. Describe the composite portraits these advertisements painted of slaves and servants. What were the typical visual or verbal clues that indicated a person’s status—slave, servant, or free?
Response 1: For:
Juliana McGarry-Nowak “ Going to the Source (55) explains that it was common to find an advertisement for a runaway slave or servant next to an advertisement for a stray horse, with both advertisements offering a monetary reward if found. This shows that both slaves and servants were seen as property. The descriptions of runaways typically included scars and physical disabilities (GTTS 55). Slaves and servants were both treated very poorly, brutally disciplined, and forced to work in dangerous conditions. The most significant difference between slaves and servants was the way they were treated after running away. Slaves would endure “more severe punishment” and had “fewer legal protections” than servants did (GTTS 54). Slaves could also be outlawed, meaning whoever found them had the right to murder them, but this was not allowed for servants who ran away (GTTS 54). While both slaves and servants were treated unfairly, slaves faced harsher punishments and were not really seen as humans. Servants also worked voluntarily, and were only servants for a certain number of years. Slavery was not voluntary, and slaves remained slaves their entire life (GTTS 54). ”
Response 2# for
Derry Cook “The slaves and servants used many different things to try to escape from their masters. For some, they had developed good skills, and they were trying to find somewhere else to work. (GTTS 56). They were trying to find the next best thing all the time to get away from working under a master. Since the advertisements were based on the view that the master had of them, they were treated harshly if they were caught. They would be beaten pretty badly depending on if they were a servant or a slave. The slaves were obviously treated worse if they were caught than the servants. This could be because the servants had to look presentable for the guests that came to the master’s home.”
attached is 6 interview questions with response, should critically reflect on each response–this critical response should be at least a paragraph for each answer
ELEMENTS OF THE ESSAY
ProposalDetailing the plan and aims of the Research project
OutlinePreviewing the organization of the Research
BibliographyNoting the specific topics each text will address
SCOPE — PROPOSAL (INTRO)
2-3 Page INTRODUCTORY essay
PROPOSALIntroduce your topic
Tell us what you plan to do in the Research paper
Tell your readers about your researchprocess and results
You can include your opinions here
Appears BEFORE the bibliography
Use of the 1st person is acceptableONLY in this essay…
The intro essay is, at heart, a proposal.
So, you need to addresswhat your topic is and why you chose it
how you plan to approach it
what the process and product of your research has revealed thus far
how those sources might impact your ideas.
SCOPE — OUTLINE
A BRIEF (no more than one page) outline
Should preview what I can expect to see in the Research paper
Does not need to be a detailed outline (you’ll do that later)
SCOPE — BIB
Double-spaced, with no extra spaces appearing.
DO NOT use the 1st or 2nd person in the annotations (no “I” or “you”)
REQUIRED SOURCE TYPES
For the Annotated Bibliography, you will need to find specific types of sources. Here are the details:
10-12 Sources TOTAL (NOT more than 25)8-10 Library (hardcopy and/or electronic) sources
Only 2-4 Internet sources may be used
DO NOT USEWikipedia
ANY general encyclopedia (online or hardcopy)I would like you to find a mix of sources, including journal articles, books, book articles, magazines, newspapers, and multimedia.
Be sure to find these 9 specific source types. Any sources beyond this point are up to you (however, you may still not use the banned source types listed above).2 ebooks or hardcopy books
4 Database journal articles2 MUST be peer-reviewed (scholarly) articles
1 newspaper article
1 Pop-culture/multi-media source (movie, music, art, etc
We will discuss specifics of how and where to find these sources when we discuss Library Research
Typed, double spaced (in its entirety)
1 inch margins, 12 point font
Bibliography should be an alphabetical order
Citations should be in MLA Citation format
Bibliography annotations should be in paragraph format and indented as shown in the examples
Focus on YOUR TOPIC
No 1st person
FORMAT – MLA
For assistance with proper MLA citation formats:
An MLA handbook or other grammar handbook, such as The Little, Brown Handbook or The Bedford Handbook.
Please refer to the Purdue OWL at http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/747/01/ (Links to an external site.)
At the following web addresses, you will find some supplemental material that may assist you.http://owl.english.purdue.edu/handouts/general/gl_annotatedbib.html (Links to an external site.)
Pick a design from your chapter. Devices or tools are the easiest options, but you could also choose something else, like a building, a movie prop or a new manufacturing material.
Step 2: Write a short essay
Write a short, informal essay about this topic. Imagine you’re writing this for a friend who isn’t studying design. You can use informal, conversational language. But you also need to include enough information that your friend understands what you’re saying.
Your essay should be 750-1250 words long, and it should include this information:
The name of the book you’re reading, and the chapter(s) you chose for this assignment. Pick a design from your chapter. Tell us about it. What is it? What does it do?
In your own words, what is the definition of design that we are using for this class? How does our definition of design apply to the design from your book? What is the situation? How does the design improve the situation?
For this design, who is the designer? Who is the maker? Who is the user? Describe their experiences. How do these roles influence each other?
Finally, evaluate the design. What makes it a good design? What makes it a bad one? Did it completely solve a problem, or is there room for improvement? Did it solve one problem, but create other problems?
Citing other people’s work
If you include information from an outside source, be sure to tell us how you found it. Use an informal citation, like this:
This online guide (Links to an external site.) from the Design Institute of San Diego has excellent guidelines for using informal citations.
It’s informal, but it gives us all the information we need to find the article ourselves. Also, the article that I linked really is an excellent guide. Please read it
Step 3: Evaluate your work
This is your checklist to make sure you’ve included all of the important stuff. It will also help us find everything when we grade your assignment. We’ll use something like it for all of our deliverables.
Highlight the important stuff
Read through your assignment. Use your word-processor’s highlighter tool to mark these things:
The title of your book
The title of the chapter(s) you read
A description of the design you chose
How our definition of design applies to this design
A description of the user, maker and designer
Your analysis of the design. How is it good? How is it bad?
Some of these sections may be several sentences long. Don’t worry about highlighting the whole thing. Just highlight the first few 5-10 words, or the first sentence.
Give yourself a grade
Finally, start a new section at the end of your assignment. Give it a header like “Grade” or “Evaluation”. Give your assignment a score from 0-50. Use the rubric as a guide. Then write 100-200 words on why your assignment deserves that score.
When we review your assignment, we will usually use the score you gave yourself. However, we reserve the right to give you a different score if we feel your work warrants it. If we reduce your score, we will give you feedback so you can revise your work for a better grade.
I need the entire content to be edited plagiarism free
If there is a form. Help to change the words abit also.The point in the attached screenshots I think can remove, I don’t think we have such legislation in sg.
Check spelling and grammer after that. I will provide you answer docs once writer will selected
What factors led to the rise of football as an American pastime? Why was football first located in colleges of the northeast? How and why did it expand to be a national game by the early 1900s? What factors led to the popularity of college football? What key changes took place in the game between 1900 and the 1960s? How did those changes impact the sport and its wider cultural following?
This essay must be 3-4 PAGES. APA STYLE. Only use up to 3 references. Thank you
Read a selection of your colleagues’ posts.
Respond to two or more of your colleagues’ postings in the following ways:
Explain similar gaps at your school or within the states that you researched.
Comment on your colleagues’ suggestions for the need for additional research.
Share any experience you may have with any components or state identified by your colleague.
CLASSMATES POSTS ATTACHED…