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After reading about Garrett Mintz in the “Habit in Action”,connect this story to your life. Garrett’s personal experiences led him to a specific way of contributing to others that adds value to the world, as well as adding meaning to his own life. Your own experiences can do the same, and you too have the potential to contribute. What about your life up until this point motivates you to contribute to the world and to the lives of others? Describe how you want to contribute, and be specific about how your actions will add value.
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(Presentation Final )———-12 slidesInstructionsSlide 1: Introduction of the organizationSlide 2: History of the organizationSlide 3: Your role within the organizationSlides 4 – 10: Describe seven of the following elements related to the organization (select 7 of 15)Operations Strategy and CompetivenessProduct Design and Process SelectionSupply Chain ManagementTotal Quality ManagementStatistical Quality ControlJust-in-Time and Lean SystemsForecastingCapacity Planning and Facility LocationFacility LayoutWork System DesignInventory ManagementAggregate PlanningResource PlanningSchedulingProject ManagementSlide 11: Your overall thoughts of the organizationSlide 12: References for all slidesFor additional content, use the notes view of PowerPoint to include details. Minimize pictures to those that are relevant to the content.Criteria :Course Name—-Operational ExcellenceThe presentation makes good use of course concepts/practices/strategies;The presentation demonstrates understanding of Operational Excellence practices;The presentation demonstrates appropriate application of Operational Excellence ideas/concepts /practices/strategies;Thoroughness, appropriateness, and creativity demonstrated by the descriptions; clarity, organization, coherence, and correctness (spelling, grammar) of the writing.Website link for PowerPoint APA format———https://owl.purdue.edu/owl/research_and_citation/a…Note:Please check PlagiarismAPA FormatReference Books1. Title: Information Systems for Business and BeyondAuthors: David BourgeoisPublisher: https://opentextbook.site/informationsystems2019/Publication Date: 2019Edition: Updated August 1, 20192. Title: Information Technology and Organizational LearningISBN: 9781138238589Authors: Arthur M. LangerPublisher: CRC PressPublication Date: 2018Edition: 3rd
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Discussion 3. I’m trying to learn for my Management class and I’m stuck. Can you help?
Is there one best way? Assuming the responsibility of leadership, a leader also assumes the intellectual qualities that accompany it. Many leaders have made poor process improvement decisions to achieve their goals. For this assignment, use the Internet to find 2 articles that discuss the decision of oneleader of an organization that was considered ill-advised by the authors. Your articles should be found online in the popular press or a professional journal. Be sure to apply the material from your text to your discussion.
For your first post, describe the key points of the article and detail why the author of the article found it to be a poor decision. Explain whether you agree that the leader’s decision was questionable, or poor and was the decision positive in anyone’s view point. This discussion will be at least 300 words.
Please remember that the original post on the discussion boards is for your researched thought. If you describe an opinion it should be grounded in citation and reference based research.
assignment helper Alternative Solutions. Help me study for my Law class. I’m stuck and don’t understand.
What are the methods for developing alternative solutions and strategies?
Is there a clear road map for developing an alternative solution? Why or why not?
When should alternative solutions be developed? Provide an example to support your answer.
Reply to at least 2 of your classmates. Be constructive and professional in your responses. I will provide the other two students responses.
CSUN 3D Interactive Serapixel Ms Connelly & Cerapixel Garth Corbin Case Study
CSUN 3D Interactive Serapixel Ms Connelly & Cerapixel Garth Corbin Case Study.
Problem3d Interactive, Inc. entered an agreement to buy SeraPixel, Inc. a company that developed high performance 3D graphics hardware and software from its founder, Maria Connelly. Because of the strong reputation of SeraPixel, 3d Interactive merged with SeraPixel. As part of that sale and merger, 3d Interactive entered the following agreement on July 20, 2000 with Maria Connelly, in which she sold her interest in SeraPixel (Ms. Connelly was the sole shareholder of SeraPixel.) Now, SeraPixel has learned that Ms. Connelly set up a new 3D graphics software development venture in Vancouver, B.C., Canada in December, 2001. As part of this new company, CeraPixel, Inc., Ms. Connelly hired one of SeraPixel’s top designer/developers, Garth Corbin. Mr. Corbin was an independent contractor who had worked on a consulting basis with 3d Interactive/SeraPixel full-time for two years.AssignmentSeraPixel wants to stop Ms. Connelly and CeraPixel from hiring Garth Corbin. Using the language of the contract and the relevant statutes, please analyze. Do not do outside research. Your paper will be graded based on your ability to debate issues, incorporate relevant law, demonstrate a depth of analysis, and write clearly. Use quotation marks when necessary. There is no page limit; write enough to explain your ideas in depth but not so much that you become circular or repetitive.NONCOMPETITION AGREEMENT THIS NONCOMPETITION AGREEMENT (the “Agreement”) made and entered into as of the 20th day of July, 2000, by and among 3d Interactive, Inc., a California corporation (“Buyer”), and Maria Connelly (“Promisor”). WITNESSETH:WHEREAS, pursuant to the Agreement and Plan of Reorganization dated as of March 27, 2000 (the “Purchase Agreement”), by and among Buyer, 3d Interactive, a Delaware corporation, and SeraPixel Corporation, a Delaware corporation (the “Company”), 3d Interactive, Inc. shall merge with and into the Company and the Company shall be the surviving corporation in the Merger (as defined in the Purchase Agreement);WHEREAS, the Purchase Agreement provides, as a condition to the closing thereunder, that Promisor shall execute and deliver this Agreement;WHEREAS, the agreements of Promisor hereunder are an important aspect of the transactions under the Purchase Agreement, and Buyer would not consummate such transactions absent the execution and delivery by Promisor of this Agreement;WHEREAS, the Company has been and is presently engaged in the development, implementation, license, sale and/or other distribution of high-performance 3D graphics hardware and software (the “Business”) in and around the territories specified in Schedule I attached hereto (collectively, the “Territory”);WHEREAS, Promisor and Promisor’s affiliates have substantial financial resources, experience in the Business and the ability to operate a business or businesses that could compete with the Company in the Business or in related businesses following the Closing; andWHEREAS, the agreements of Promisor hereunder are reasonable and necessary, both in scope and duration, to protect the business and goodwill of the Company that will be acquired pursuant to the Purchase Agreement, and the Company would suffer damages, including the loss of profits, if Promisor or any of Promisor’s affiliates engaged, directly or indirectly, in a competing business with the Company or Buyer.NOW, THEREFORE for and in consideration of the premises and of the mutual representations, warranties, covenants and agreements contained herein, and of other good and valuable consideration, the receipt and sufficiency of which are hereby acknowledged, and upon the terms and subject to the conditions hereinafter set forth, the parties do hereby agree as follows:Consideration; Disclosure of Information. For and in consideration of the sum of $50,000, the receipt and sufficiency of which are acknowledged by Promisor, Promisor agrees that for a period of three (3) years from the date hereof, without the prior written consent of Buyer, Promisor shall not, directly or indirectly, through any form of ownership, in any individual or representative or affiliated capacity whatsoever, except as may be required by law, reveal, divulge, disclose or communicate to any person, firm, association, corporation or other entity in any manner whatsoever information of any kind, nature or description concerning: (i) the names of any prior or present suppliers or customers of the Company or Buyer, (ii) the prices for which the Company or Buyer obtains or has obtained products or services, (iii) the names of the personnel of the Company or Buyer, (iv) the manner of operation of the Company or Buyer, (v) the plans, trade secrets, or other confidential or proprietary data of any kind, nature or description, whether tangible or intangible, of the Company or Buyer, or (vi) any other financial, statistical or other information that the Company or Buyer designates or treats as confidential or proprietary. The agreements set forth herein shall not apply to any information that at the time of disclosure or thereafter is generally available to and known by the public (other than as a result of a disclosure directly or indirectly by Promisor in violation of this Agreement), the disclosure of which is required by law, regulation, order, decree or process or is otherwise approved by the Company or Buyer. Without regard to whether any or all of the foregoing matters would be deemed confidential, material or important, the parties hereto stipulate that as between them, the same are important, material and confidential and gravely affect the effective and successful conduct of the Business and its goodwill.Noncompetition. Promisor agrees that for a period of three (3) years from the date hereof, Promisor shall not:(i) Call upon, solicit, divert, take away or attempt to call upon, solicit, divert or take away any past, existing or potential customers, suppliers, businesses, or accounts of (a) the Company or (b) the Business in connection with any business substantially similar to the Business in the Territory;(ii) Hire, attempt to hire, contact or solicit with respect to hiring for Promisor or on behalf of any other person any present or future employee of the Company or Buyer in the Business;(iii) Engage in, or give any advice to any person, firm, partnership, association, venture, corporation or other entity engaged in, a business substantially similar to the Business in the Territory;(iv) Lend credit, money or reputation for the purpose of establishing or operating a business substantially similar to the Business in the Territory;(v) Do any act that Promisor knew or reasonably should have known might injure the Company or Buyer; and(vi) Without limiting the generality of the foregoing provisions, conduct a business substantially similar to the Business, whether or not under the name “SeraPixel” or any other trade names, trademarks or service marks used by the Company or Buyer in the Territory.The covenants in subsections (i) through (vi) are intended to restrict Promisor from competing in any manner with the Company or the Business in the activities that have heretofore been carried on by the Company. The obligations set forth in subsections (i) through (vi) above shall apply to actions by Promisor, through any form of ownership, and whether as principal, officer, director, agent, employee, employer, consultant, shareholder or holder of any equity security (beneficially or as trustee of any trust), lender, partner, joint venturer or in any other individual or representative or affiliated capacity whatsoever. However, none of the foregoing shall prevent Promisor from being the holder of up to 5.0% in the aggregate of any class of securities of any corporation engaged in, directly or indirectly, the activities described in subsections (i) through (vi) above, provided that such securities are listed on a national securities exchange or reported on Nasdaq.Enforcement of Covenants.3.1 Promisor acknowledges that a violation or attempted violation of any of the covenants and agreements in Sections 1 and 2 above will cause such damage to Buyer and the Company as will be irreparable, the exact amount of which would be difficult to ascertain and for which there will be no adequate remedy at law, and accordingly, Promisor agrees that Buyer and the Company shall be entitled as a matter of right to an injunction issued by any court of competent jurisdiction, restraining such violation or attempted violation of such covenants and agreements by Promisor, or the affiliates, partners or agents of such Promisor, as well as recover from Promisor any and all costs and expenses sustained or incurred by Buyer and the Company in obtaining such an injunction, including, without limitation, reasonable attorneys’ fees. Promisor agrees that no bond or other security shall be required in connection with such injunction. Promisor further agrees that the periods of restriction set forth in Sections 1 and 2 above shall be tolled during any period of violation thereof by Promisor.Any exercise by Buyer or the Company of their respective rights pursuant to this Section 3 shall be cumulative and in addition to any other remedies to which Buyer or the Company may be entitled. Each party represents and warrants that it has been represented by counsel in the negotiation and execution of this Agreement, including without limitation the provisions set forth above in this Section 3(a) concerning the recovery of attorney’s fees. 3.2 Promisor understands and acknowledges that each of Buyer and the Company shall have the right, in its sole discretion, to reduce the scope of any covenants set forth in Sections 1 and 2, or any portion thereof, without Promisor’s consent, effective immediately upon receipt by Promisor of written notice thereof; and Promisor agrees that Promisor shall comply forthwith with any covenant as so modified, which shall be fully enforceable as so revised in accordance with the terms of this Agreement.Intellectual Property. Promisor recognizes and agrees that, on and after the date hereof, Promisor will not have the right to use for Promisor’s own account any of the service marks, trademarks, trade names, licenses, procedures, processes, labels, trade secrets or customer lists owned by or licensed to the Company.Validity. To the extent permitted by applicable law, if it should ever be held that any provision contained herein does not contain reasonable limitations as to time, geographical area or scope of activity to be restrained, then the court so holding shall at the request of Buyer or the Company reform such provisions to the extent necessary to cause them to contain reasonable limitations as to time, geographical area and scope of activity to be restrained and to give the maximum permissible effect to the intentions of the parties as set forth herein; and the court shall enforce such provisions as so reformed. If, notwithstanding the foregoing, any provision hereof is held to be illegal, invalid or unenforceable under present or future laws effective during the term hereof, such provision shall be fully severable; this Agreement shall be construed and enforced as if such illegal, invalid or unenforceable provision had never comprised a part hereof; and the remaining provisions hereof shall remain in full force and effect and shall not be affected by the illegal, invalid or enforceable provision or by its severance here from. Furthermore, in lieu of such illegal, invalid or unenforceable provision there shall be added automatically by Buyer or the Company as a part hereof a provision as similar in terms to such illegal, invalid or unenforceable provision as may be possible and be legal, valid and enforceable, and the parties hereby agree to such provision.Notice. Any notice, request, instruction, document or other communication to be given hereunder by any party hereto to any other party hereto shall be in writing and validly given if (i) delivered personally, (ii) sent by telecopy with electronic confirmation of receipt, (iii) delivered by overnight express, or (iv) sent by registered or certified mail, postage prepaid, as follows:If to Buyer:3d Interactive, Inc., 1234 Miller Hwy., San Jose, CA 95134, Attn: President, cc: Legal Department, Facsimile Number (408) 262-5551If to Promisor:Maria Connelly, c/o 3d Interactive, Inc., 1234 Miller Hwy., San Jose, CA 95134, Facsimile Number (408) 262-5551, and marked “Personal and Confidential”or at such other address for a party as shall be specified by like notice. Any notice that is delivered personally, or sent by telecopy or overnight express in the manner provided herein shall be deemed to have been duly given to the party to whom it is directed upon receipt by such party. Any notice that is addressed and mailed in the manner herein provided shall be conclusively presumed to have been given to the party to whom it is addressed at the close of business, local time of the recipient, on the fourth day after the day it is so placed in the mail.Entire Agreement. This Agreement contains the entire agreement of the parties hereto with respect to the matters covered hereby, and supersedes all prior agreements and understandings, both written and oral, between the parties with respect to the subject matter hereof.Modification and Waiver. No modification or amendment of any of the terms, conditions or provisions in this Agreement may be made otherwise than by written agreement signed by the parties hereto, except as provided in Sections 3.2 and 5 hereof. The waiver by any party to this Agreement of a breach of any provision of this Agreement shall not operate or be construed as a waiver of any subsequent breach by any party nor shall such waiver constitute a continuing waiver.Successors and Assigns. The terms and conditions of this Agreement shall inure to the benefit of and be binding upon the parties hereto and their respective successors and permitted assigns. Neither this Agreement nor any rights, interests or obligations hereunder may be assigned by Promisor without the prior written consent of the other parties hereto, and any purported assignment in violation of this Section 9 shall be null and void.Headings. The headings of the sections of this Agreement are inserted for convenience of reference only and shall not be deemed to constitute part of this Agreement or to affect the construction hereof.Governing Law. THIS AGREEMENT SHALL BE CONSTRUED, ENFORCED AND GOVERNED BY THE INTERNAL LAW OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA.Counterparts. This Agreement may be executed in any number of counterparts, each of which shall be an original, and such counterparts together shall constitute one and the same instrument.IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties have duly caused this Agreement to be executed as of the date first above written.BUYER: PROMISOR:3d INTERACTIVE, INC. /S/ MARIA CONNELLYBy: /s/ DANIEL LYTitle: Vice President, Administration andChief Financial Officer ___________________________________________________________SCHEDULE ITERRITORYUnited States of AmericaEuropean UnionAsia___________________________________________________________In your analysis, consider the following statutes: California Business & Professions Code section 16600Except as provided in this chapter, every contract by which anyone is restrained from engaging in a lawful profession, trade, or business of any kind is to that extent void.California Business & Professions Code section 16601Any person who sells the goodwill of a business, or any owner of a business entity selling or otherwise disposing of all of his or her ownership interest in the business entity, or any owner of a business entity that sells (a) all or substantially all of its operating assets together with the goodwill of the business entity, (b) all or substantially all of the operating assets of a division or a subsidiary of the business entity together with the goodwill of that division or subsidiary, or (c) all of the ownership interest of any subsidiary, may agree with the buyer to refrain from carrying on a similar business within a specified geographic area in which the business so sold, or that of the business entity, division, or subsidiary has been carried on, so long as the buyer, or any person deriving title to the goodwill or ownership interest from the buyer, carries on a like business therein.California Civil Code section 1636A contract must be so interpreted as to give effect to the mutual intention of the parties as it existed at the time of contracting, so far as the same is ascertainable and lawful.
CSUN 3D Interactive Serapixel Ms Connelly & Cerapixel Garth Corbin Case Study
Azusa Pacific University Issues of Government Debts & Budget Deficits Essay
Azusa Pacific University Issues of Government Debts & Budget Deficits Essay.
Covering Chapter 18 & 19Find two peer-reviewed economic journal articles from ScienceDirect (You MUST find standard journal articles, not newspaper, online lectures, or magazines) that investigate the issues of government debt and budget deficits, and complete two following tasks.1. Provide a brief summary of each article.
2. Compare and contrast views and perspectives discussed in both articles (Do not copy sentences and paragraphs directly from the original articles but paraphrase them using your own words).3. Discuss main contributions of each article to existing knowledge of government debts and budget deficits. In other words, how does each article deal with the mentioned topics differently, compared to existing literature?Please note that I will not review your actual essay before your final submission. – All papers must use a minimum of 3 sources. You must cite only peer-reviewed journal articles although the textbook is an acceptable source (however, keep in mind that the textbook is not peer-reviewed resource though).- You MUST NOT cite online sources or any articles without year of publication and author’s name. Also, you should not cite Wikipedia and investopedia. – All papers must follow all APA requirements. (I am only looking for accuracy of APA formatting for references)Also, please refer to the following link, to learn more about APA style and formatting.https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/560/01/- Do not just provide your opinions but your essay must demonstrate mastery and accuracy of relevant economic concepts and theory to receive full credit – Minimum words requirement: 800 words (not including abstract, title and reference pages
Azusa Pacific University Issues of Government Debts & Budget Deficits Essay