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Continuous Improvement

| July 1, 2015

Create a power point about continuous improvement and how is could benefit a company and motivate employees.
Include the following methodologies: Six Sigma, Kaizen,and 5S and how it could be implemented.
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Artical discussion

| July 1, 2015

1) Summarize key points
2) Discuss how the article relates to the class (any part of the class)
3) Add personal comments, observations, or experience.
Each review should be one to two pages, and each review must be typed (standard business format: single-spaced, left justified, with a double space between each paragraph).
use this artical as below
http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2013-05-15/world-s-worst-bonds-brace-for-losses-on-abe-growth-japan-credit.html
please write the how it is related to business

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LAW CASE ASSIGNMENT

| July 1, 2015

Analysis two law cases. Khajavi v. Feather River Anesthesia Medical Group . AND , Starzinski v. Capotal Public Radio

the case of Khajavi v. Feather River Anesthesia Medical Group deals with contract and statutory/public policy claims (as well as an attorney’s fees issue).
Regarding the "Khajavi v. Feather River Anesthesis Medical Group " case:
1. Provide the official citations: for example: _____Cal App 3rd _____(year)
2. Brief the cases using the IRAC method ( IRAC include: ISSUES; RULES; Analysis; Conclusion)
3. List Appellant’s and Respondents’ attorneys.

The second case
Starzinski v. Capotal Public Radio
Regarding the " Starzinski v. Capotal Public Radio " case:
1. Provide the official citations: for example: _____Cal App 3rd _____(year)
2. Brief the cases using the IRAC method ( IRAC include: ISSUES; RULES; Analysis; Conclusion)
3. List Appellant’s and Respondents’ attorneys
Then, discuss the similarities and distinctions (compare/contrast) in the same (3d District Court of Appeals) Court’s decisions in Khajavi and Starzinski.

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Martin Luther King Jr.

| July 1, 2015

How this person has used language (spoken written) to incite change
Why that change is/was important

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What every CEO needs to know about the Cloud (Harvard Business Review)

| July 1, 2015

complete a one page discussion of some aspect of the reading. This could be a summary or a general discussion of key points.
thanks,

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Case Analysis

| July 1, 2015

Please analysis two law cases.

the case of Khajavi v. Feather River Anesthesia Medical Group deals with contract and statutory/public policy claims (as well as an attorney’s fees issue).
Regarding the "Khajavi v. Feather River Anesthesis Medical Group " case:
1. Provide the official citations: for example: _____Cal App 3rd _____(year)
2. Brief the cases using the IRAC method ( IRAC include: ISSUES; RULES; Analysis; Conclusion)
3. List Appellant’s and Respondents’ attorneys.

The second case
Starzinski v. Capotal Public Radio
Regarding the " Starzinski v. Capotal Public Radio " case:
1. Provide the official citations: for example: _____Cal App 3rd _____(year)
2. Brief the cases using the IRAC method ( IRAC include: ISSUES; RULES; Analysis; Conclusion)
3. List Appellant’s and Respondents’ attorneys

discuss the similarities and distinctions (compare/contrast) in the same (3d District Court of Appeals) Court’s decisions in Khajavi and Starzinski.

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the myth of perpetual growth regarding the economy, energy, and the environment.

| July 1, 2015

This speech explores the myth of perpetual growth regarding the economy, energy, and the environment. Pay particular attention to the concept of an exponential predicament. This is an idea you might not hear anywhere else. I have never seen it described in such a brilliant manner before. ( http://youtu.be/8WBiTnBwSWc )

The concepts he explores are critical for everyone to hear at least once. Watch the entire video (including the Q&A session), write it up.

Write at least a one page reflection paper on the speech. Discuss how this event relates to COMM 8. I do not want to read a summary of the lecture. I want to know what you found meaningful.

This is the LINk of the video http://youtu.be/8WBiTnBwSWc

Answer two of the following questions:

What really stood out about this speech?
What do you think the impact will be on your life?
How did the audience respond to the speech?
What am I taking with me from this speech?
What was the most powerful element of this experience?
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Crime Scene Investigation – Murder Kicks

| July 1, 2015

Refer to the scenario Crime Scene Investigation – Murder Kicks, The Death of a Soccer Star, located here.

Write a three to four (4) page paper in which you:

•Analyze the victim and physical evidence of the body as shown in the photograph.
•Analyze the physical elements shown in the photographs of the inside of the house, noting how these elements connect to the crime.
•Analyze the physical evidence from photographs of the exterior of the house, noting what might be the escape route.
•Analyze the photo taken by a neighbor of a truck the week prior to the crime.
•Propose a list of evidence that should be preserved and provide a rationale for each item on the list.
•Propose a chain of preservation for the evidence.
•Recommend further physical evidence to collect. Provide a rationale for your recommendation(s).
•Recommend a list of people to interview and provide a rationale for each.
•Recommend further information that wasn’t provided that should be gathered and provide a rationale for your recommendation(s).
•Recommend other roles and / or agencies that should be involved in the investigation and provide a rationale for their inclusion.

1.Review the time line.
2.Examine the physical evidence provided in the photographs.
3.Analyze the evidence.
4.Consider the questions and determine the information needed for what your report.
5.Write your report, addressing all the criteria of the assignment. (See the criteria for the Assignment “Field Report: Crime Scene Investigation – Murder Kicks” located in the Course

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Ethical

| July 1, 2015

1) From an ethical perspective, describe the factors that contributed to the rise and fall of Nortel.

2. What mechanisms should be put in place to better align managers with the interests of shareholders?

3. Would you describe the meltdown of Nortel more as a failure of ?people? or of ?capital market processes??

4. What happened to Nortel is similar to what happened to WorldCom and Enron in
the early 2000s, and to Lehman Brothers, Citigroup, and many other banks during the
2008 financial crisis. Why do businesspeople keep making the same mistake?

5. Discuss how to prioritize the following remedies to stop such recurrences: business education, regulation of accounting/financial markets, regulation of incentives, or regulation of punishment. Also, tell me your thought process about your decision about priorities.
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business ethics

| July 1, 2015

1. Identify a particular advertising campaign, either in magazines, on tv, or on the internet. Make sure it is a propaganda advertising campaign, per the definition given in the propaganda advertising notes posted on Moodle. Please do not use any campaign featuring a celebrity, sports figure, or "personality"; and make sure the campaign you choose is a commercial campaign, and not a political or a non-profit campaign for some cause. Finally, please do not use any of the advertising campaigns we have discussed in class. Select one particular ad from the campaign you’ve identified, and provide an analysis of that ad. This analysis should identify each of the three key elements on a propaganda ad, as given in the Moodle notes. For the first two elements (symbol and meaning), your analysis should be detailed and in-depth, like the analyses we conducted in class of Clairol and Marlboro ads.

2. Based on your own ideas, experience, or research, describe two real-life cases from the world of business. These should be cases in which you think it is very difficult to decide what the right thing to do is for some individual person. Now put yourself in that person’s position, and describe the details of each case in no more than two paragraphs. STEP 1: Then, for each case, itemize the ethical pro’s and con’s, and explain each one. Then explain which of these ethical considerations should take priority, in your judgment, and why. STEP 2: Then, for each case, taking your own self-interest into consideration, would you choose to do the ethical thing, as you have defined it in this case? Why or why not? Be sure to include an explanation of your approach to the idea of integrity as part of your answer here.

3. What philosophy of social justice is in your judgment the most reasonable one? Keeping in mind the definition of a “philosophy of social justice”, give an explanation of exactly what sorts of rules your chosen philosophy would support. Explain what makes this philosophy the most appropriate one, in your judgment.

Propaganda advertising is just what the name implies: essentially it is a form of propaganda. It tries to draw on symbolic details (usually visual) that are already entrenched in the culture, and that have some important meaning to us (=needs, wants, values, fantasies, or prejudices). It then tries to attach some product to those powerful symbolic details, so that the meaning of these symbols (=the associated needs, wants, values, fantasies, or prejudices) are now connected to that product.

1. There are several key moments in the development of propaganda advertising:
A. the Nazi’s development of propaganda, most notably Leni Riefenstahl’s notorious film about the 1934 Nazi Party Congress in Nuremburg, “Triumph of the Will”
B. Marlboro Man campaign
C. the development of the Clairol ad campaigns by Shirley Polykoff, beginning in 1956 (as documented in Malcolm Gladwell’s piece, “True Colors”)

2. Propaganda advertising seeks to influence consumers by
A. presenting symbolic details that evoke a strong emotional response because they
(i) have deep cultural meaning. (To fully understand any symbolic detail, always ask what underlying meaning it symbolizes. E.g. welcoming, available female sexuality is what is symbolized by the various features of the original St. Pauli girl advertisements. The symbolic details are those features that are used to represent this underlying idea.)
(ii) i.e., they have strong desires, emotions, values, fantasies attached to them

B. and then attempting to tie the product to these emotionally-significant symbols. (the banner across the bottom of the ad, the familiarity that comes from persistent use of the same or similar “girls” over time)
C. notice how resistant the power of this approach may be to critical reflection: effective propaganda advertising is not like a magic trick (its glamour is not dispelled by a critical understanding of the trick—this is why deception or misinformation is not necessarily an essential component of propaganda advertising. This is also what distinguishes propaganda advertising from subliminal advertising.)
?Axe commercials—an illustration: It’s not a belief that the Axe commercials connect with, but a value, or, perhaps a deeply-seated desire, or a combination of these two things. At least in the dominant culture here (and perhaps in many cultures), the “ego-ideal” that many men have is that they are or should be irresistibly-attractive to women. This isn’t simply a matter of sexual desire, is it? It’s a matter of wanting to be “powerful”, and defining power in terms of sexual irresistibility. The Axe commercials play out a fantasy for men who have this ego-ideal, namely, that they could, almost magically, make themselves irresistible simply by (this is the key for the ad) using a certain product. Just because the men in question know this is a fantasy doesn’t make it any the less powerful. In fact, seeing the fantasy played out can be a very powerful way of tying the product to the ego-ideal in question. What are the symbolic details in the Axe commercials that convey this ego-ideal of sexual irresistibility?

?two questions to test your understanding of what propaganda advertising:
(a) is any advertisement that appeals to emotion therefore a form of propaganda advertising? (HINT: think about the “save the children” advertisements)
(b) does all propaganda advertising necessarily emphasize “materialistic” values over “spiritual” ones?
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