Business Portfolio-Daytam Consultants

Business Portfolio-Daytam Consultants

Instructions Review the assignments you completed throughout the course. Write a 700- to 1,050-word paper describing the fictional business you created. Include information on the following topics: Business organization Potential legal or ethical issues Business culture Types of motivation Technology The operations of the five areas of human resource management in your fictional company The effects and costs of operations and materials management on your fictional company Create a 10- to 15-slide Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation supporting the information included in your final paper. You may use text, charts, tables, and visuals to detail the different areas of business found within your company. Include detailed speaker notes, a title slide, and an APA-formatted reference slide. Post your final paper along with your Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation as attachments. Format your paper consistent with APA guidelines.     Business Portfolio Daytam Consultants is a newly established firm offering marketing consultancy services to clients. The role of the business is to develop appropriate marketing strategies for various products and to create brand awareness among consumers. Business organization Daytam will be organized according to the...
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Persuasive Communication and the Job Fair Brochure

Persuasive Communication and the Job Fair Brochure

Instructions Resources: Ch. 6 & 8 of Introduction to Business Continue to explore the fictional company you created in Week 2. You have decided it is time to hire additional employees and would like to have a job fair. It is your responsibility to persuade the organization that the job fair will be beneficial.   What types of communication would be most effective in persuading the groups in your organization--including trainers, employees, programmers, and managers--that the job fair will be beneficial? Describe these communication types and explain why they would be effective. Now that you have decided on the most effective method of communicating to your organization, you have set up a booth at the local job fair to generate interest in your new company and search for prospective employees. Create a 1-page brochure describing your company's structure, business model, and culture. Describe how organizational culture has influenced your business.   Introduction to Business Effective communication enhances employee relationships, reduce employee turnover and improves productivity in an organization. The most...
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SWOT Analysis -Air Leo business plan

SWOT Analysis -Air Leo business plan

SWOT Analysis -Air Leo business plan Air Leo Executive Summary – The executive summary begins with analyzing the general aviation environment in Europe where Air Leo is set to launch commercial operations. The executive summary give details of why investing in the airline industry in Europe could become a lucrative business. The major drive in the European market is the existence of underserved markets with high demand for air travel will be implemented (“Air Leo,” n.d). Objectives – This section gives the primary objectives of the proposed airline, Air Leo. The objectives are clearly stated and can be quantified, for instance the financial rewards expected from the entire project. Mission statement – Air Leo’s proposed mission is clearly stated. The airline’s mission statement declares the company’s key purpose or focus and is unchanged over time. The mission statement describes the reason why the company was formed. The plan also outlines how the proposed mission will be accomplished. Keys to success – This section outline the...
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Daytam Consultants : Profits, Supply and Demand  paper

Daytam Consultants : Profits, Supply and Demand paper

Instructions Research different examples of business plans found on the Internet. Choose one of them to use for this assignment. Review the example of a SWOT analysis on p. 97 of the text. Conduct a SWOT analysis of the sample business plan you selected with your team members. Use Appendix B as the template for your SWOT Analysis. Indiviually, write a 700- to 1,050-word paper examining the business plan you selected. Include a SWOT analysis highlighting the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats of the company you chose.   Daytam Consultants :Profits, Supply and Demand Daytam Consultants is a proposed business that will offer marketing consultancy services to a variety of clients. The role of the company is to develop appropriate strategies that create awareness or encourage consumers to purchase a particular product. As such, the company will be responsible for developing promotions, distribution and sale of goods and services to consumers. In some circumstances, marketing involves making consumers aware of the brand name especially when the company...
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Ethical code ,Rules and Principles  of Company

Ethical code ,Rules and Principles of Company

Instructions Consider the fictional company you started in Week 2. What will be the roles of the entrepreneurs, managers, and employees of your company? What will be the ethical code of your company? Write a 500- to 700-word paper in which you do the following: Describe the roles of the entrepreneurs, managers, and employees of your company. Describe its ethical code of conduct, including the rules and principles your company will use in its decision making. Provide a brief explanation of why you selected each rule and principle. How will your ethical code of conduct affect your business? Examine any laws that may be relevant to the chosen rules and principles of your business. How do these laws differ from the business ethics you have established? Explain the behaviors you would like to cultivate in your company.   Ethical code ,Rules and Principles of Company Entrepreneurs roles Entrepreneurs will play the role of driving innovation. As such they will be responsible for developing new business models that can be adopted...
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Whitman, Dickinson, Longfellow and the Early Writers

Whitman, Dickinson, Longfellow and the Early Writers

This paper is ENG 201 American Literature to 1865 Whitman, Dickinson, Longfellow and the Early Writers The works of Whitman, Dickinson and Longfellow bear many similarities as well as differences in terms of tone and language with that of the early writers. Whitman employs a hopeful tone in most of his writings. His main objective is to give hope to people that they can still receive salvation. For instance in the poem “A Noiseless Patient Spider”, Whitman writes: “And you, O my soul, where you stand, surrounded, detached, in measureless oceans of space, ceaselessly musing, venturing, throwing, seeking the spheres to connect them…” (Kummings, 2005). p. 327). Early writers such as Jonathan Edwards chose a menacing tone in most of his summons. He threatens followers with damnation using metaphors as in: “The God that holds you over the spit of hell, much as one holds a spider …. Over the fire; His wrath towards you burns like fire …” (Edwards and Frankena, 1960,...
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Writings by Stowe, Jacobs and Speeches by Lincoln

Writings by Stowe, Jacobs and Speeches by Lincoln

Writings by Stowe, Jacobs and Speeches by Lincoln The writings by Stowe, Jacobs and the speeches by Lincoln greatly contribute to the understanding of America’s social environment especially during the dark slavery era. The writings by Stowe and Jacobs highlight the oppression and horrors that slaves underwent. In particular, the writings by Harriet Jacobs present readers with a first-hand experience of the exploitation and abuse that woman slaves underwent in the hand of their white owners. Lincoln speeches give readers a sense of the divisions that permeated the entire continent over freedom of Native Americans and slaves, and an understanding of the social iniquities that persisted in a society ironically founded on principles of freedom and equality (Brown, 1990). Related Papers: Psychological Critical Approach Analyzing change in Hawthorne’s In her most widely-read book “Uncle Tom’s Cabin”, Stowe exposes to the readers the injustices and horrors that Native Americans and slaves underwent. The novel shows readers how slavery resulted in destruction of family life,...
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Evolution of Business Presentation

Evolution of Business Presentation

Evolution of Business Presentation Instructions Resource: Your Week 2 collaborative discussion and the Ch. 2 of Introduction to Business Research the evolution of business with your assigned team members. Locate information on the following points: Feudalism Mercantilism Capitalism Commerce Property rights The Industrial Revolution Individually, create a 10- to 15-slide Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation describing the evolution of business. Provide examples and appropriate visuals to illustrate each phase of business. Include detailed speaker notes, a title slide, and an APA-formatted reference slide. ...
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Nature in Early and Latter American Literature

Nature in Early and Latter American Literature

Nature in Early and Latter American Literature Both the earliest writings of Iroquois League and Jonathan Edwards and the latter works of Emerson, Thoreau and Whitman contain rich expressions on nature. However, it is the different ways in which nature is presented during the puritan period (16th to 17th) century and during the latter period that sets the works apart. The purists viewed nature as a physical manifestation of God. To them, nature provided the lens through which man could see or sense and understand God. The sheer beauty of nature is in their views illustrative of a Divine Being. Man was part of nature and thus could not have dominion over it. On the other hand, the transcendentalists (Emerson, Thoreau & Whitman) held the premise that man must understand nature in order to increase his aesthetic, moral and intellectual knowledge. Additionally, a return to nature was the only sure way for man to invigorate his spirit and to rejuvenate his...
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The Use of Electricity and Magnetism in Transportation

The Use of Electricity and Magnetism in Transportation

The Use of Electricity and Magnetism in Transportation Introduction The use of electricity and magnetism in our future transportation has formed a subject of debate and research for many decades. As early as 1840s, the first linear motors were developed. A breakthrough in this technology was achieved in 1935 when the first practical linear motors were developed in Germany (Kirkland, 2007). Linear motors are important in enhancing magnetic levitation in modern high speed trains or what is referred to as Maglev trains. This essay will first analyze how the Maglev trains work and then explore how the concept can be applied for future transportation not only in trains but also in road systems. Magnetic levitation has generated a lot of interest among many countries. In this system, electromagnets are used to create strong magnetic fields. The strong magnetic fields levitate the maglev trains above the track. This is in accordance to the magnetic principle which states that the like poles of a magnet repel...
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