The Case Study link below is for the Case Study 3. Read and study the case and a

The Case Study link below is for the Case Study 3. Read and study the case and address each of the questions at the end of the study. In addressing each of the questions, create a Power Point presentation to include the following:
– Problem
– Identify and describe alternative solutions
– Justify your recommendations for EACH question

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This is a qualitative study paper that needs rewriting and editing similar to th

This is a qualitative study paper that needs rewriting and editing similar to the approved example that is attached. Please make sure you used correct English grammar, complete sentences, follow the APA 7th edition format for sources/references. Adding reference can’t be later
than 2017.
The references don’t include in the numbers pages. I know you probably not going to use all the pages for rewriting/editing.
Make sure you pay close attending to the format example. This wants the professor is looking for. Pages are 21-66.
Attached is an example of A Review of the Professional and Academic Literature and Transition, Add the Literature Review Sources Table
Section 2: Role of the Researcher, Participants, Research Method and Design, Population and Sampling, Ethical Research,
Data Collection Instruments, Data Collection Technique, Data Organization Technique, Data Analysis, Reliability and Validity, Transition and
Summary.
Attached is the approved draft for Session 1 to help complete the A Review of the Professional and Academic Literature (need revision),
Transition to Section 2.
The Conceptual
Framework is contingency theory.
Keywords: business success, entrepreneurship, financial management, entrepreneurship intensity, leadership,
small businesses, technology, small business failure.
If the instruction is not followed it will delay your payment.
The writer who is hired will be hiring the writer for Section 3.
Note: I will not go above the estimated price.

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I have attached a PowerPoint with “key terms” from Chapters 2-13, and various ot

I have attached a PowerPoint with “key terms” from Chapters 2-13, and various other pieces of information about the book along with topics. I added these to aid in choosing the subject you feel had the most substance for you to write about. You can choose a few of the topics and
email me. I will then provide the book’s information about those “key terms” to aid.
I have also attached the rubric for structure and accurateness along with the Research Project Instructions.
1. Determine a Key Term with a full exploration of the topic

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Continue to use the company selected for the Competency 1 and 2 Demonstration of

Continue to use the company selected for the Competency 1 and 2 Demonstration of Mastery (SEE ATTACHED). Ideally this should be a place of business where you are currently working or have worked in the past.
In a brief introductory paragraph, provide some additional basic information about the company’s code of ethics. Highlight the key points and features.
In the body of the paper, answer the following questions based on the Accenture’s Code of Business Ethics case study:
In your organization, what format is the most current code of ethics/conduct in? How does the format meet the needs of employees who are searching for information?
Around what is your organization’s code of ethics/conduct centered? Provide the text of this item.
In what way(s) is your organization’s code of ethics/conduct a practical guide for employees?
What audience is your organization’s code of ethics/conduct directed to?
In what ways, if any, does your organization’s code of ethics/conduct support day-to-day decision making?
How are the universal core ethical values of honesty, integrity, loyalty, responsibility, fairness, and citizenship represented in your organization’s code of ethics/conduct? If one or more are not represented, how might they be?
What information would you like to see in your organization’s code of ethics/conduct? Why?
The paper should be a maximum of 3 pages, 12 point font, double spaced. Use APA in-text citations and reference list.

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Report Format – Report must be typed in paragraph format; point form notes will

Report Format – Report must be typed in paragraph format; point form notes will not be accepted. Use the tab key to move from one field to the next
Spell check – Spell check will be enabled after all sections are complete – use the tab key after your response to question #11 to activate spell check.

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You are a manager from a developing country is overseeing a multinational’s oper

You are a manager from a developing country is overseeing a multinational’s operations in a country where drug trafficking and lawlessness are rife. One day, a representative of a local “big man” approaches you and asks for a “donation” to help the big man provide housing for the poor. The representative tells you that in return for the donation, the big man will make sure that you have a productive stay in his country. No threats are made, but you are well aware that the big man heads a criminal organization that is engaged in drug trafficking. You also know that the big man does indeed help the poor in the rundown neighborhood of the city where he was born.
In a paragraph of at least 6 complete sentences, EXPLAIN what you would do in this situation as the manager.
Do you think facilitating payments (speed payments) should be ethical? Explain your reasoning. Does it matter in which country, or part of the world, such payments are made?

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As a 3-5 slide PowerPoint presentation, discuss the case below. Submit the prese

As a 3-5 slide PowerPoint presentation, discuss the case below. Submit the presentation when complete. Note: your presentation will go through Turnitin plagiarism review upon submission.
Design plays a major role in how investors and other audiences respond to your pitch deck, but for one startup, achieving near perfection in their slide design did not create a pathway to success. Wattage Inc. was pitched as a modular electronics company that would allow users to design their own electronic equipment from modular parts, add art and other customized pieces, and have it shipped directly to them. To take a massive market—consumer electronics—and add a customization element was incredibly ambitious. The deck made for an aesthetically pleasing failure.1 Potential investors would not open their checkbooks, but would smile and suggest that these guys could always go into business making pitch decks for other startups.2 The innovation that promised to make us all inventors failed, at least for now, but it can teach us many lessons about developing pitches. View Wattage’s pitch deck to learn more.
Can great design hurt a pitch presentation? How, or if no, why not?
What do you think was missing if investors loved the pitch deck, appreciated the tactile prototypes, and yet decided not to invest?
There is a “go-big-or-go-home” sentiment to this kind of startup that tries to shake up a massive marketplace. After visiting these links and reviewing what Wattage Inc. was trying to build, could you come up with a scaled-down or more focused version of the concept that might work? One issue with this type of startup is that it can only target very large investors. How might you build different pitch decks targeting different types of investors (electronics investors, those who invest in value-added customization products, modular tech enthusiasts, and so on)?
Footnotes
1Jeremy Bell. “Well, We Failed.” Medium. May 5, 2017. https://medium.com/inside-wattage/well-we-failed-77e795e16ecf
2Taylor Lorenz. “Everybody Kept Telling This Startup That Its Pitch Deck Was Beautiful—But They Didn’t Invest.” Business Insider. May 12, 2015. http://www.businessinsider.com/wattage-pitch-deck-couldnt-save-startup-from-failure-2015-5

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This project is divided into two parts. The first part is the Course Project: Su

This project is divided into two parts. The first part is the Course Project: Summary Assignment due at the end of Week 2. The second part is the Course Project: Final Paper and Video Assignment which has both written and video production components and is due at the end of Week 7. The Course Project: Final Paper and Video Assignment will build on the Course Project: Summary Assignment you submitted during Week 2. PLEASE SEE ATTACHMENT
Your selection can, for example, originate in an idea you have for increasing membership in a church through the creative use of new multimedia email capabilities; or you may examine how an existing organization has used new digital email technologies to increase membership; or how an innovative algorithm has allowed a particular church to make more personalized, strategic communications to a particularly appropriate segment of the market; or an idea you have, based on your reading, of how your church can use particular interactive digital technology to get members involved in service, etc. The possibilities are limited only by your imagination.
The written portions of the assignments are to be written with standard 1” margins, 12 pt. Times New Roman font, and double-spaced. The title page of each assignment will have a running head at the top of the page, followed by your name, course and section, and date. Your written submission should begin on the next page. Please use the headings provided in the instructions to organize your information.
Final Paper Assignment Instructions
Write a 4–6 page paper explaining how the technology you have selected has or could (depending upon what you have chosen above) produce strategic growth. The sections and format you are to use for this paper are as follows (please list section headings in your paper):
Introduction
Briefly summarize the organization/product/service you have selected, and how growth has (a case study of an existing success) or is projected to have been (you are applying a technology to an organization and/or industry and/or product/service you are interested in) achieved.
Environment
Describe the context in which the technology has or will be used. The competition? The state of existing technologies? Roadblocks to growth, with particular emphasis on the User Experience of the technology under examination.
Summary: Achieving Success
Technology can be attractive to a particular market. What was the attraction for the subject of your paper? How did technology provide unique benefits to the consumer/donor/member/company/organization, etc.?
In this section, describe how you came up with the benefit theme that you are delivering to the target of your promotion or, alternatively, how the organization under examination chose a particular theme based on technology.
Provide data and statistics to indicate growth as a result of this technology. For example, if you are focusing on an existing technology, provide data to show how the technology led to growth for the company or organization. If you are recommending a new technology to a company or organization, look at similar companies who have used the same technology to achieve growth to indicate that if successful for that company/organization, it would likely be successful for your chosen company/organization as well.
At least six different sources including the course textbook are required. In-text citations should be provided throughout your paper as needed. A full reference list should be provided at the end. All should be in APA format. Use references to back up your ideas. For example, find a similar business or organization that has successfully implemented the technology you are recommending and show how the technology increased their growth and would likely increase growth for your chosen company as well.
See specific instructions for actual video below. The written portion included in the paper should describe the promotional video you have created:
What is the technology benefit?
How does it begin?
What is the story line in the middle?
How does it end?
What benefit does it promise for the target?
Put yourself in the shoes of an audience. Does your video work? Why or why not?
WRITE OUT THE PROMOTIONAL ANSWERS
Conclusion
A course that is worth the investment leaves you with something you can later use. For you personally, what is the take-away from this assignment? What have you learned that you can use in your career or your life?
References
At least six different sources including the course textbook are required. In-text citations should be provided throughout your paper as needed. A full reference list should be provided at the end. All should be in APA format. Use references to back up your ideas. For example, find a similar business or organization that has successfully implemented the technology you are recommending and show how the technology increased their growth and would likely increase growth for your chosen company as well.
This is the Professor Comment from the Course Assignment (Attach File)
See my comments and markups throughout.
Your chosen organization, Amazon will work for this project. However, it is unclear what technology you are choosing to focus on. You will need to choose ONE technology to explain in detail and describe how this technology has specifically led to growth for Amazon. For example, you could focus on Amazon Alexa or Amazon Prime. Once you choose your technology, be sure to describe it in detail, explain the. benefits to the company as well as the consumer, etc. in the final project.
Additionally, you will need to provide data to indicate growth. This is where you will need to do your research. Provide numbers to show that by implementing the technology sales increased dramatically.
Be sure to provide references to back up your ideas. Also, any information that is not your own should be cited.
Keep working hard!

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Analyzing outcomes from previous months is a helpful step in refining projection

Analyzing
outcomes from previous months is a helpful step in refining projections
and a process. Discuss the importance of evaluating the competition and
continually refining your position in the market to maintain an
advantage.
In your initial post…Provide a synopsis for your case and evaluation of your results, using a scholarly article
Follow
up posts…After your initial post, read over the responses posted by
your peers . Select at least two different posts, and
address the following in your responses: Is there a common theme in
your peer’s responses? (I will provide peers post)

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IB-DB3: Exit Hong Kong Link: https://www.wsj.com/articles/hong-kong-global-compa

IB-DB3: Exit Hong Kong
Link: https://www.wsj.com/articles/hong-kong-global-companies-leaving-protests-china-crackdown-11622998192
Your question: Why is Hong Kong now less attractive? If Hong Kong is less attractive because of Chinese crackdowns, why is Shanghai actually more attractive for many multinational corporations? What does Shanghai have over Hong Kong?
Given the weight given in your grade to discussion boards you must be extra careful with your expression. This is not texting or informal chat. It is like writing a memo at work. Always express yourself in complete sentences. This is an opportunity to hone professional writing (which basically means, very clear) and earn a good grade by practicing it. Write your posting on a Word document before you post, use spelling and grammar software and, if needed, have someone else read to make sure that it makes sense.
The dark side of being well informed about something is that we assume that others are at the same level, for which we tend not to be clear enough when we explain. Since we are practicing professional writing, assume that you are talking to someone who knows nothing about what you are talking about. Also remember that the best way to learn something is to teach it or explain it to others.
As you know, it is best to produce your postings as soon as possible. Maybe tonight. Make sure that you apply grammar and spelling software before you post, though. If you post at the last minute without reviewing your posting it will show. Each discussion board is 25 points. Postings submitted past Friday will not be graded or included in your grade.
You must make a minimum of 3 posts.
1- answer the question with a minimum of 25 words.
2- reply to someone else’s post with and insightful question.
3- reply to someone else’s post with an insightful comment that demonstrates your understanding of the course concepts. “I agree” is not an insightful comment.
4-Do not cut and paste. See checklist.
Your score is also based on the 4 criteria: Quality, Quantity, Relevance and Manner.
A- The Discussion Boards are for applying what you are learning to analyze a recent situation, not for opinions. Avoid stating: “in my opinion” or “in my view…” Just state facts and, when Checklist
We are using this opportunity for you to practice professional writing. This means producing grammatically correct and complete sentences in a coherent order. The procedure to make sure that you achieve that is simple. Before you post, use spelling and grammar software and (if necessary) ask someone to proofread the posting to make sure that it makes sense. Discussion boards (DB) cannot be made up because they are interactive. You will lose 25 points for each DB that you miss. Don’t hurt your grade.
Here is the checklist that I will use for feedback. If you see —for example— a C in the comments sectionpossible, support them with figures.
B- Spelling or grammar mistakes: use spelling and grammar software before you post. C- Avoid expressions like “a lot” or “huge.” Use figures instead.
D- Sources:
1-Paraphrase or quote. Credit your sources using the APA style:
https://www.wikihow.com/Write-an-APA-Style-References-Page
2-Do not cut and paste from readings. That is plagiarism, which is illegal. 3-List at least three references, including the assigned article.
3- Indicate at the end of the sentence where you apply all the sources in your list like this: (McLain, 2020).
4-Indicate the date when you retrieved the document, like this:
Higgins, T., & Somerville, H. (2020, September 23). Tesla ‘Battery Day’ Spotlights Elon Musk Plan for $25,000 Electric Car. Retrieved January 18, 2021, from https://www.wsj.com/articles/tesla-battery-day-elon-musk-shareholder-meeting-11600802500
5-Enter the title References before your list at the end of your main posting.
6-Leave a space in-between the references listed in your works cited.
E- Use the same font and size in all postings lest your work looks choppy.
F- Don’t state that you agree or disagree with a student unless you add a sentence explaining why.
Apprehensive about Hong Kong’s future as the best place to do business in China and beyond, multinational firms are pulling up stakes, adding to uncertainty about the outlook for one of the world’s premier commercial cities.
Buffeted by political upheaval, an authoritarian crackdown by mainland China and the pandemic, global companies and professionals are heading to rival business cities such as Singapore, and to Shanghai, the Chinese commercial hub some see as a better place to profit from the nation’s vast economy.
Ever since the U.K. returned Hong Kong to China in 1997, the city’s leaders have billed the semiautonomous territory as “Asia’s World City”—an open society with a British-style legal system where foreign professionals could feel at home. Today, Hong Kong is becoming less open and more fused to the mainland economy.
Some companies, including banks and other financial institutions, still view Hong Kong as crucial to their China-focused business models and are digging in for the future. Others are eyeing the exit, concluding the city no longer holds the prospects it once did.
“Being in Hong Kong always used to be a no-brainer,” said Frederik Gollob, chairman of the European Chamber of Commerce in the city. “Now, for the first time, businesses are having discussions around, do we need to be in Hong Kong?”
In a survey of members of the American Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong released last month, 42% of the 325 respondents said they were considering or planning to leave the city, citing uneasiness over China’s new security law and a pessimistic outlook of Hong Kong’s future.
Dozens of international companies have moved regional headquarters or offices from the city since 2019, government data show. That has contributed to the highest rate of commercial real estate vacancies in 15 years, with more than 80% of the vacant space surrendered by international companies, data compiled by Cushman & Wakefield show. All told, more people—expatriates and locals—departed the business hub in 2020 than any year since the global financial crisis.
Dozens of international companies have moved regional headquarters or offices from Hong Kong since 2019.
PHOTO: ISAAC LAWRENCE/AGENCE FRANCE-PRESSE/GETTY IMAGES
In January, VF Corp. , owner of Timberland, the North Face and other brands, said it was shutting its 900-person Hong Kong office after 25 years in the city. Japanese videogame maker Sony Interactive Entertainment has moved regional executives to Singapore. European luxury-goods company LVMH said it was relocating some Hong Kong-based employees from its Moët Hennessy liquor unit. French cosmetics giant L’Oréal also said it was relocating some staffers from its Hong Kong headquarters.
Hong Kong boosters predict that, once the pandemic lifts, the city will emerge stronger as its businesses profit from deeper integration with the mainland. Pessimists see it gradually atrophying around a few core industries useful to China, such as finance.
Hong Kong Commerce Secretary Edward Yau said the majority of foreign firms still believe that Hong Kong is the place for doing business, encouraged by growing opportunities with major Chinese cities. “We will continue to monitor the situation and provide the best help we can offer,” he said at a recent press conference, referring to the American Chamber of Commerce survey.
Under China’s long-term plan, Hong Kong will become part of a 70 million person “greater bay area” economic zone that includes the neighboring tech city of Shenzhen and the gambling mecca of Macau. Stephen Phillips, who runs Hong Kong’s investment promotion bureau, InvestHK, said that arrangement will become the economic engine for growth and a major business opportunity in the coming years.
He said the biggest issue for Hong Kong is getting through the Covid epidemic, and that China’s new security law for Hong Kong hasn’t had a major impact on business. “Each business will make its own decision,” he said. “But the vast majority don’t see it as a risk.”
Changed view
Hong Kong once pitched itself as a bridge between East and West. Now, for some businesses, Hong Kong is no longer global enough to serve as a regional headquarters. For others focused on doing business in China, the city isn’t as tapped in to the mainland economy as Shanghai.
Hong Kong Commerce Secretary Edward Yau said recently that most foreign firms still believe that Hong Kong is the place for doing business.
PHOTO: ROMEO GACAD/AGENCE FRANCE-PRESSE/GETTY IMAGES
Denver-based VF is moving the Hong Kong positions responsible for its China sales and marketing to Shanghai, where they will be nearer the stores and giant online retailers crucial to its business. Employees responsible for managing its regional network of manufacturers and suppliers will relocate to Singapore, a Chinese- and English-speaking country of 5.7 million people with a strong business infrastructure. Although Singapore’s laws also limit free speech, it has an established free-market approach to business.
VF said its move reflected changing economic trends and efforts to better serve consumers, not China’s intervention in the city.
L’Oreal said it is building up in Singapore and Shanghai as it reduces its presence in Hong Kong. The restructuring, it said, is designed to give greater coherence to its business by creating a Southeast Asia, Middle East and North Africa zone run from Singapore, and a North Asia zone run from Shanghai.
Sony Interactive and Moët said they have moved some employees to Singapore. Both declined to comment further on their moves.
Hong Kong’s transformation accelerated in 2019 with mass demonstrations against Beijing’s intervention in the island that was meant to largely govern itself under a concept known as “one country, two systems.” Months of clashes between police and students shook the city’s reputation as a safe and stable place to do business.
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Beijing cracked down on the protests in June 2020 and pushed through a national security law that granted the Chinese government power to intervene in Hong Kong’s legal system, while authorizing its secret police to enforce vague statutes such as against foreign collusion. On Friday, thousands of people defied a huge police presence and threats of jail to commemorate the 1989 Tiananmen Square massacre.
After China announced its crackdown, South Korean internet search company Naver Corp. said it was deleting its Hong Kong-based backup servers and moving them to Singapore to protect user data.
Technology companies including Facebook and Alphabet Inc.’s Google dropped plans to connect Hong Kong and the U.S. with undersea data cables after U.S. security officials signaled opposition to the plans.
At Asian Tigers Hong Kong, a relocation firm serving international executives, moves into Hong Kong have declined 50% since 2019, while moves out increased by 30%, said Chief Executive Rob Chipman, an American who moved to Hong Kong in the 1980s.
“I saw a lot of longtime Hong Kong stayers who were leaving, people like me who came out for a usual three-year stint and 30-years later are still here, loving it, married with kids, owning businesses,” Mr. Chipman said. “So even some of those people are saying, ‘Wait a minute, something’s going on here. Maybe it’s time to leave.’ ”
Some 40,000 more Hong Kong residents departed the city in 2020 than those who entered intending to reside there, government figures show. All told, Hong Kong’s population of about 7.5 million shrank by 46,500 in 2020—the second contraction since it was returned to China.
Prodemocracy protesters marching in Hong Kong in 2019, before Beijing cracked down on the protests.
PHOTO: VINCENT THIAN/ASSOCIATED PRESS
Sandra Boch, an Austrian mother of one who moved to Hong Kong 15 years ago to set up a specialty fabrics and stationery business, left in November. While the 2019 unrest disrupted her business, the 2020 national security law, she said, was the last straw. She packed up her business and moved to Singapore.
The law, she said, “was a clear sign from China that they are taking control of Hong Kong now, and everything will get more controlled from that point out. We no longer felt safe.”
British authorities have opened the doors for local holders of pre-handover U.K. passports to immigrate permanently to the U.K., and they estimate more than 300,000 Hong Kongers—about 4% of Hong Kong’s total population—may come over five years.
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