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Publishing Your Narrative Assignment
Paste your highlighted narrative in this space. Provide a key so your instructor can tell which color highlighter you used for each category.
Use the highlighting tool in your word processor to highlight at least five examples of vivid detail in your narrative.
Use a different color to highlight at least five interesting verbs used in your writing.
Use a third color to highlight your use of temporal words or transitions.
Reflection 1: Name the two people who reviewed your draft and discuss in a minimum of five sentences how their feedback helped you improve your writing.
Reflection 2: Compare your first draft and your final draft side-by-side. Discuss in at least five sentences the changes you made and why your final draft is an improvement over your first draft.
Introduction to personality. The manner in which a person acts and interacts is a reflection of his personality. Personality is influenced by hereditary, cultural and social factors. Regardless of how it’s defined, however, psychologists generally accept certain principles: Personality is an organized whole; otherwise, the individual would have no meaning. Personality appears to be organized into patterns that are to some degree observable and measurable. Although personality has a biological basis, its specific development is also a product of social and cultural environments. Personality has superficial aspects such as attitudes toward being a team leader and a deeper core such as sentiments about authority or the Protestant work ethic. Personality involves both common and unique characteristics. Every person is different from every other person in some respects, while being similar to other persons in other respects. (Sources from James L Gibson, John M. Ivancevich, Jams H. Donnelly, JR and Robert Konopaske, (2003). Organisational Behavior, Structure, Process, New Yoke: The McGraw-Hill Companies). Part of the pleasure of getting to know someone is the fascination of learning who they are and how they think. Each person has a unique pattern of thinking, behaving, and expressing their feelings. In short, everyone has a unique personality. Without doubt, personality touches our daily lives. Falling in love, choosing friends, getting along with co-workers, voting for a president, or coping with your zaniest relatives all raise questions about personality. What is Personality? Personality could be further explained by the following theories by various writers: Personality can be defines as an integrated part of an individual – it is something a person does or has. People bring their personalities to situations and take them away with them when they leave (Davey, 2004). Personality defines as a stable set of characteristics and tendencies that determine commonalities and differences in people’s behavior (James, 1994). Personality defines as a person’s unique pattern of thinking, emotions, and behavior (Funder, 2001). Personality defines as the structures inside a person that explain why he or she creates a particular impression on others (MacKinnon, 1969). Personality refers to the consistency in who you are, have been, and will become. It also refers to the special blend of talents, value, hopes, loves, hates, and habits that makes each of us a unique person (Coon, 2006). Personality defines as an individual’s personality is a relatively stable set of characteristics, tendencies and temperaments that have been significantly formed by inheritance and by social, cultural and environmental factors. This set of variables determines the commonalities and differences and differences in the behavior of the individual (Gibson, 2003). Personality defines as the distinctive impression a person makes on others (Goldberg, 1993). Personality defines as a dynamic organisation, inside the person, of psychophysical systems that create a person’s characteristic patterns of behavior, thoughts, and feelings (Carver and Scheier, 2000)Introduction to personality
Introduction Singapore Airlines (SIA) has been known by every people, it depends on the excellent services and highlight customers care developing the business. Singapore Airlines operates a hub airport at Singapore Changi International Airport, it owns significant market in Southeast Asia, East Asia, South Asia, and “Kangaroo route”. The company also operates trans-Pacific routes, including two of the world’s longest non-stop commercial flights from Singapore to New York, Singapore to Los Angeles, which are used Airbus. This company is the first to use the “Big Mac” Airbus A380 aircraft, which to service the customers. SIA has been extended to aviation-related businesses, such as aircraft handling and engineering. The report of this company could clearly show that Singapore Airlines Limited ranked highest in the world, is the eighth largest airline in Asia, and the number of international passengers ranked the world’s sixth largest airline. Singapore Airlines has been evaluated as one of the most comfortable and safest airline, it is known as the safest airline company with the youngest aircraft group, and the average age of the aircraft is 6.6 years. Singapore Airlines has the feature which design to solve meals aircraft and quality issues advisory group of airlines in the world of airlines. Singapore Airlines International Culinary Panel was founded in 1998, whose members are well-known chefs around the world, to design rich SIA passengers world-class airline meals. In addition, Singapore Airlines First and Business Class passengers enjoy the “Book the Cook” service in the 24 hours prior to departure. Customers could choose the favored food in the 20 kinds of food, which could satisfy the customers who have personal taste. In this article, I will discuss which factors could lead to the success of Singapore Airlines. The aspect of internal and external elements is my important direct in the analysis of Singapore Airlines. This is proposal, which is the part of this project. In this proposal, it include the literature review, objective, methodology. In the literature review, it will show some important quoted ideas, and these ideas could be better to support why the company could successful. The objective will illustrate the aim of this project, and some questions which I will list. The methodology could show the way, which is to show my process of collecting information, it include the primary data, secondary data and others. Literature review Spend management Heracleous, L and Wirtz, J (2010) said that Singapore airlines has its special and effective rules which is the 4-3-3 rule of spending. This rule means this company has 40% on training, 30% on revising processes and procedures, and 30% on creating new products and services every year. This could be better to prove that this company have a great spend management, the spend manager could accurately calculate which way could make this company have a better performance. Pandit, Kand Marmanis, H (2008) said that Spend Management is a business function in which businesses gain visibility, establish controls – consisting of system controls and organisation policies, in order to manage their business spend. Pandit, Kirit; Marmanis, H. (2008),Spend Analysis: The Window into Strategic Sourcing,J. Ross Publishing,ISBN1-932159-93-2 High standard Heracleous, L and Wirtz, J (2010) also said that SIA’S service processes, like those of most other airlines, are highly standardized. High standard is another factors which could push this company to be success. Heracleous, L, Wirtz, J and Johnston, R (2004) said that SIA does not aim to be a lot better but just a bit better in every one of them than its competitors. A bit better than competitors could prove the high standard in this company. Customer care and Innovation Hercleous, L and Wirtz, J (2004) said that the central to high-volume service operation could leads to predictability, safety, and lower costs in the company. It also leads to customer satisfaction. In addition, SIA is a pragmatic innovator, quickly stopping the use of technologies that customers don’t like. This could prove that this company have the innovation and customers care. Chong mark (2007) said that the service has won a great awareness in the world, and its service has some capabilities which are innovation offerings and modern fleet. He also said that Singapore airlines focuses on the in-flight experience, which is the personal service and service-related comforts. The brand awareness Chong mark (2007) said that Singapore Airlines (SIA) is a globally renowned brand and one of the most proï¬t table airlines in the world. Hoyer and Brown (1990) said thatthe process of consumers’ choice will be dominated by the brand awareness. Subjects with no brand awareness tended to sample more brands and selected the high-quality brand on the final choice significantly more often than those with brand awareness. So Singapore airlines has a good brand awareness, which could lead to highlight business of more passengers. From the report of DATAMONITOR (2011), Singapore airlines also has strong brand image, and it is the “world’s most admired airline” and ranked the 27th on the Fortune World’s Most Admired Companies rankings in 2010. It has a strong brand and is a leader in the aviation industry, in terms of innovation, safety and service excellence. Wayne D. Hoyer and Steven P. Brown Journal of Consumer Research Vol. 17, No. 2 (Sep., 1990), pp. 141-148 The internal and external target of Singapore airlines Chong (2007) said that the employee communication program of Singapore airlines is based on the mission and value of corporate. The mission is ‘be a global company dedicated to providing air transportation services of the highest quality and to maximizing returns for the beneï¬t of its shareholders and employees’, the value of company is to be the excellence, safety and customer care, which focus on the customers. For the employees, the value is integrity and teamwork. Therefore, Singapore airlines is not only to emphasis on the customers, but also to focus on the environment of internal development. Heracleous, Wirtz and Johnston (2004) said that the culture of Singapore airlines encourages the innovation of functions, such as in-flight services, ground services and loyalty marketing. It also develop a lot of subsystems, which is not only the customer service system, and the system of staff, such as the reward system. This company also focuses on the employees, managers and staff are well aware of the profit and cost-effective. The strategy of Singapore airlines Cendroski, Scott (2010) said that the key to Singapore Air’s success: ignoring the crowd. In the downturn, while its competitors focused on cutting prices, it slashed flights. DATAMONITOR (2011) illustrate Singapore Airlines has a diversified geographical spread. The group provides services such as passenger transportation, logistics, and maintenance, repair, and overhaul (MRO) services. The group operates across various regions such as East Asia, Europe, South West Pacific, West Asia, Africa, and the Americas. In addition, this company has young aircraft fleet, the airline operations of the group include passenger and cargo air transportation. It holds the youngest fleet of aircraft. The passenger fleet operated by Singapore Airlines comprised 108 aircraft, with an average age of six years and three months. This company have a clearly strategy, which could achieve the maximum profit in the airline industry. Research questions and objectives The reason why the Singapore airlines could attract many people will be analysed in this project. And this company have a successful business in the airline industry. Moreover, the characteristic of Singapore airlines will list in this project. The customers care, the innovation of internal company, some differentiation of this company and the suitability of environment will also be researched. In addition, which resources of Singapore airlines could push this company to have a great business, which factor is important and could keep this company having competitive advantage? Which competitive advantage could develop the sustainable competitive advantage? Which factor could make this company maintain a great profit? The aim of this project is to illustrate the elements which could lead to the success of Singapore airlines. It mainly describes the internal and external environment of company which push this company for achieving the success. Analysing the marketing, customers care and innovation is the significant part in this project. It will use the PEST and SMART methods to report this company. Moreover, using the critical mind to finish this article is the important step. Using the SWPT to analysis the external and internal environment of this company is an efficient way for elaborating the success. In the Singapore airlines, the rules of this company, the services, the culture of this company, the communication, customers care and the airplane are all the indispensable roles in the process of success. This project is focus on these elements for being better to illustrate and analyze the success of Singapore airlines. Methodology The primary data and secondary data Generally, observation, interviews and questionnaires are three main primary data collection methods (Sekaran, 2000).This project has used the type of questionnaire by the way of interview. Moreover, it aims to different groups, which are mainly students, workers and some foreigners. These questionnaires have 100 parts which has distributed at the weekend in the campus and airport of Bristol. As the result, the number of students is the biggest, and the most of these students are come from other countries, which could conveniently collect the data. This is the primary data. In aspect of the secondary data, the information has been searched in the library of UWE, the resources mainly come from the searching system of on-line library in the UWE, and collecting relevant data is the important part in the process. Edit and summary is the last step. And there is another resources which are come from the Singapore annual report, the website of Singapore airlines and others relevant of this company academic websites. The survey has covered about 10 days, collection of information is essential, then editing the information and making questionnaire is my next step, the information about high street was collected through the Internet, and think about which information should be used in questionnaires. The quantitative and qualitative Quantitative research involves the collection of information that can be expressed using a numerical measure (Brassington and Pettitt, 2003). Qualitative research, on the other hand, usually involves the collection of non-numerical data that in open to interpretation, such as customer’s opinions, where there is no intention of establishing statistical validity (Brassington and Pettitt, 2003). These questionnaires have used the method of qualitative and quantitative. The type of opened and closed also use in the questions. Qualitative research occupied 60 percent of the questionnaire. It show the percentage of option. The advantage of quantitative is that collect conveniently relevant information, these information could directly show which one is popular in the mind of people. Quantitative research has been used in the opened questions. Qualitative aims to gather an in-depth understanding of human behaviour, this way could match the opened questions, people can freely illustrate the detail of their views. The questionnaires is my important stage which to collect the advice of passengers as my primary data. Distinguishing the quantitative research and qualitative research is important thing. Moreover, this project will use PLEST structure to analysis. Conclusion Through above of illustration of proposal, it could clearly show the direction of this project. Frome the literature review, it elaborates that Singapore airlines has more competitive advantages than other competitors, some resources could prove the differentiation of this company. The research questions and objectives could show detail of project which I will analyse it in the future. It also could illustrate the direction of this project. The methodology could describe the researching process of this project, and the sources of data. It also could demonstrate how can collect the data. It also could show which way of collection will be used in the process of collecting data. References Pandit K; Marmanis H. (2008),Spend Analysis: The Window into Strategic Sourcing,J. Ross Publishing Wayne D. and Steven P. (1990) Brown Journal of Consumer Research. 17(2), pp. 141-148. AirlinesIndustryProfile:Singapore. Oct2012, p1-31. 31p. Heracleous, L. and Wirtz, J. (2010) Singapore Airlines’ Balancing Ac.Harvard Business Review. 88 (7/8), pp. 145-149. Chong, M. (2007) The Role of Internal Communication and Training in Infusing Corporate Values and Delivering Brand Promise: Singapore Airlines’ Experience.Corporate Reputation Review. 10 (3), pp. 201-212. Heracleous, L. and Wirtz, J. and Johnston, R. (2005) Kung-Fu Service Development at Singapore Airlines.Business Strategy Review. 16 (4), pp. 26-31. Cendrowski, S. (2010) SINGAPORE AIRLINES.Fortune International. 161 (8), p. 12-12. Singapore Airlines Limited (2011) DATAMONITOR: Singapore Airlines Limited. Singapore Airlines, Ltd. SWOT Analysis Heracleous, L. and Wirtz, J. and Johnston, R. (2004) Cost-effective service excellence: lessons from singapore airlines.Business Strategy Review. 15 (1), pp. 33-38. Brassington, F. and Pettitt, S. (2003)Principles of Marketing. 2nd ed. : Financial Times Prentice Hall. Ramaswamy, K. (2002) Singapore International Airlines: Strategy with a smile.Thunderbird International Business Review. 44 (4), pp. 533-555 SingaporeAirlines, Business Traveller (Asia-Pacific Edition). Oct2011, p45-45. 1p. 3 Montlake, S. (2012) Singapore Airlines Tries To Stretch The Budget Carrier Model.Forbes.com., pp. 42-42. Chan, D. (2000) The story of Singapore Airlines and the Singapore Girl.Journal of Management Development. 19 (6), p. 456. Wirtz, J., Heracleous, L. and Pangarkar, N. (2008) Managing human resources for service excellence and cost effectiveness at Singapore Airlines.Managing Service Quality. 18 (1), pp. 4-19. Ionides, N., Vaz, N. and Pangarkar, N. (2009) Singapore Airlines revamps site to improve user experience.New Media Age., pp. 05-05. Wirtz, J. and Johnston, R. (2003) Singapore Airlines: what it takes to sustain service excellence – a senior management perspective.Managing Service Quality. 13 (1), pp. 10-19.
01.17 Publishing Your Narrative Forces of Nature
A nurses voice-powerpoint presentation
A nurses voice-powerpoint presentation. Paper details The purpose of this assignment is to increase awareness of the organizations that exist as a voice for the nursing profession. Nursing makes up the largest sector of the healthcare workforce, yet we are the most underrepresented profession at the table when policy and other decisions are made. The goal is to inspire you to get involved. PowerPoint Instructions: The PowerPoint presentation will summarize major points from the course objectives and materials. The presentation must be organized, appealing to read, and easily understood. The PowerPoint will include voice-over narration as if you were giving this presentation to a group of nurses. Taking Action (25 pts) Referring to your textbook Mason et al., (2021), select and read a ‘Taking Action’ Chapter (there are several to choose from) (i.e. Ch 24. Addressing the health needs of immigrants/migrant farmworker, Ch. 29, Influencing public health in a politically charged environment, Ch 81. Policy, Politics and advocating for medical cannabis use, etc.) In 2-3 slides, review your ‘Taking Action’ chapter, the nursing role, and application to your community. American Nurses Association: (25 pts) Review the following websites. Navigating under Quality Organizations, select an organization from the list. In 4-5 slides, discuss the organization, purposeA nurses voice-powerpoint presentation
HCAD 635 UMGC Living Arrangements for the Elderly Memo
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HCAD 635 Internal Memo Assignment Instructions You are a program analyst at the American Association of Elderly Citizens (AAEC), a national association in Washington D.C. The association supports consumers by publishing articles pertaining to issues that impact the elderly population in the United States.You were asked by your manager to conduct some research and write an internal memo. Please see link on how to properly write a memo (https://bizfluent.com/how-7720355-write-internal-memo.html) that will be used by writers for the association’s journal, Elder Care. You were asked to research characteristics of the US population, ages 65 to 95+ years of age. Carve out three age groups spanning from age 65 to 95+. Create a chart that includes the following data points: health, education, marital status and housing. (Tip: start by using the US Census Bureau Statistics). Conduct additional research to understand how this data impacts the likely expectations of these three groups in long term care and community care practices. For each age group, describe the environment that they would be more likely to prefer. Provide details and support your conclusions with your research. No title page needed. In-text citations are required. A list of your references should appear at the end of the memo in APA format. (Your references should include 3 scholarly peer-reviewed articles and secondary sources. Your memo should include a chart. Use headings in your memo to orient the reader. Double spaced. 12-point, Times New Roman, 3 – 5 pages. APA 7TH Edition Format is REQUIRED (See attached example paper) (https://owl.purdue.edu/owl/research_and_citation/apa_style/apa_formatting_and_style_guide/reference_list_electronic_sources.html
HCAD 635 UMGC Living Arrangements for the Elderly Memo
MAN 3025 University of South Florida Caliber Home Loans Discussion
MAN 3025 University of South Florida Caliber Home Loans Discussion.
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This stage requires you to complete three parts.
Part 1A (1%): Choose a Goal from the UN Topics list that you would like to have as the focus of your audit. Please choose a topic that you are interested in researching.
The deliverable for this part is to list the goal you choose. Please note, however, that once you pick a goal you cannot change it. If you change it, you will have points deducted. You need to be sure that this topic interests you and that you will use for your final report.
UN Sustainable Development Goals Topic List
https://sustainabledevelopment.un.org/?menu=1300 (Links to an external site.)
Good Health and Well-Being
Clean Water and Sanitation
Affordable and Clean Energy
Decent Work and Economic Growth
Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure
Responsible Consumption and Production
Life Below Water
Life on Land
Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions
Part 1B (2%): Find a company that is doing something to help address this goal and research what it is doing. You will consider this your Exemplar Company. You want to find a company that others can use as a benchmark. The purpose of researching this company is to find ideas of what is being done in a given area or industry. Ideas that you can use in providing recommendations to your Case Company (see Stage 2 for details).
The deliverable should provide evidence that you have researched the Exemplar Company. This should include a list of at least 5 references that you will use in your report that provide information about either the company or the UN goal you have chosen. This can be any combination of references, but at least one has to be about a company or organization that is already doing something to achieve the goal. Meaning you can have 4 about the goal and 1 about the company. Or 4 about the company and 1 about the goal. The purpose of this process if to start the research process for your final report. Please see the Stage 3 requirements to give you a better idea of what the report requires to help guide your research.
You are not required to provide a write up. References should be provided in APA format. For details on APA formatting see https://owl.purdue.edu/owl/purdue_owl.html (Links to an external site.).
Part 1C (1%): Find a company that you would like to help improve. This should be a company or organization that is not doing enough to address your chosen UN topic and that could benefit from what is being done by the Exemplar Company. This will be considered your Case Company. In your final report you will be providing recommendations to this company.
The deliverable is to list the company. Please note, however, that once you pick a company you cannot change it. If you change it, you will have points deducted. You need to be sure you can use the company for your final report.
MAN 3025 University of South Florida Caliber Home Loans Discussion
Columbia College Information Technology Project Management Article Review
Columbia College Information Technology Project Management Article Review.
Write an article review for the attached article.Your journal article review is written for a reader (e.g., your supervisor, lecturer, tutor or fellow student) who is knowledgeable in the discipline and is interested not just in the coverage and content of the article being reviewed, but also in your critical assessment of the ideas and argument that are being presented by the author.Use the following questions to engage with the journal article and form your critical analysis:Objectives: what does the article set out to do?Theory: is there an explicit theoretical framework? If not, are there important theoretical assumptions?Concepts: what are the central concepts? Are they clearly defined?Argument: what is the central argument? Are there specific hypotheses?Method: what methods are employed to test these?Evidence: is evidence provided? How adequate is it?Values: are value positions clear or are they implicit?Literature: how does the work fit into the wider literature?Contribution: how well does the work advance our knowledge of the subject?Style: how clear is the author’s language/style/expression?Conclusion: a brief overall assessment.The structure of your review should include:An initial identification of the article (author, title of the article, title of the journal, year of publication, and other details that seem important, e.g., it is originally a French edition, etc.), and an indication of the major aspects of the article you will be discussing.A brief summary of the range, contents and argument of the article. Occasionally you may summarize section by section, but in a short review (1,000-1,500 words) you usually pick up the main themes only. This section should not normally take up more than a third of the total review.A critical discussion of 2-3 key issues is raised in the article. This section is the core of your review, 50-60%. You need to make clear the author’s own argument before you criticize and evaluate it. Also you must support your criticisms with evidence from the text or from other writings. You may also want to indicate gaps in the author’s treatment of a topic, but it is seldom useful to criticize a writer for not doing something they never intended to do.A final evaluation of the overall contribution that the article has made to your understanding of the topic (and maybe its importance to the development of knowledge in this particular area or discipline, setting it in the context of other writings in the field).You can review the grading criteria for Article Reviews in the Content area.
Columbia College Information Technology Project Management Article Review