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Case Analysis 19733403

Selling an ATV to Kids*

All-terrain vehicles (ATV’s) are small gasoline engine-powered recreational machines with either three or four wheels that weigh between 200 and 500 pounds. They ride on large, balloon-like low pressured tires. The adult sports models can reach speeds of 75 miles per hour.

From ATVs’ first introduction, consumer protection groups said that the industry targeted the “nicest people” as potential consumers – children and those under 20. It was said that the three-wheeled vehicles looked like large tricycles and gave parents and children a false sense of security. However, according to engineering experts, ATVs make the transition from stability to instability “practically instantaneously” and often with disastrous results.

An agreement between the dealers and the U.S. government, signed by Honda, Suzuki, Kawasaki, Yahama, and Polaris – all makers of ATV’s – in January of 1988, banned the sales of three-wheeled vehicles in the United States. The agreement stated that only vehicles smaller than 90 cc could be sold to children between the ages of 12 and 16. In addition, it limited the sales of larger four-wheeled ATVs to buyers 16 years of age or older. The 2014 estimate for injuries treated in emergency rooms was 93,700, of which 26% (24,362) were of those under 16 years of age. 

You have read two newspaper articles concerning such studies since your new job began at Marty’s Cycle and ATV. In fact, you have talked them over with Leonard and Ramon, the other two college students who work part time at the store. Their attitude is “don’t worry, we’ve never had a 10-year-old come in to buy a cycle anyway.” They’ve also mentioned that Marty has said that the competition doesn’t have any qualms about selling these ATVs, that it’s just a given in this business that you have to do whatever you can to survive and make a buck. Turn the customer away and he’ll buy his machine somewhere else. Moreover, it’s up to the customer to be informed and look out for himself. If he isn’t prepared, he’s fair game for anyone who wants to sell to him. Marty’s motto, “you get our best deal,” may read nice, but the real deal is “we’ll sell you a deal.” It all sounded reasonable to you, and you have not thought about these problems since.

Your job at Marty’s is primarily commission-based, but in order to build a team sense and increase sales, Marty has instituted a policy that provides for a group bonus when weekly sales climb above a certain amount. On Tuesday morning, your fifth day on the job, a man comes in to look over your selection of ATVs. You introduce yourself and tell him you’ll be happy to answer any questions he has about the 125 cc model, which interests him. After a few questions about speed, acceleration, and how easy the ATV is to operate, he says, “I’m sold! My kid’s gonna love this thing. He’s been asking about one for three weeks since he saw a commercial on TV, with the guys jumpin’ the hills and the river. His eleventh birthday will be a big one, alright.” “He’s eleven?” you ask.
“Not till next Friday. But what the heck, I might as well buy it today, right? He’ll be able to handle it. He’s a strong kid.”

You hesitate, a puzzled look on your face. Marty, who’s been listening to your sales pitch, steps over and says, “Right you are, sir! This baby’s so easy to handle that a real baby could run it with no special training.” “Great! Well, wrap her up.” “Ring it up,” Marty says, pointing at you as he walks into the back room.

It is a $6,200 sale, for which you will receive a 5 percent commission. This is your second sale and your fifth day on a job that will contribute significantly to your tuition in the fall. The money is exciting to you, and so is the sweet smell of success. Leonard and Ramon are also pleased, something you can tell from their interested expressions and not-so-discreet nods, which you catch out of the corner of your eye. You also heard from your two colleagues that Marty’s been having some external financial difficulties that could threaten the business.

Use the ethical decision making model to answer the question, if you’re the salesperson in this situation, what would you do?

Carefully review and follow the instructions provi

Formulating Leadership Part I 19623397

Assignment Content Resource: Formulating Leadership Part I Grading Guide

Your company’s Vice President of Human Resources has approached your team for assistance in recruiting and developing your organization’s future leaders. Sixty percent of your company consists of millennials, and your team has been charged with how to successfully increase the number of millennials as leaders in your organization. At this time, senior management is reluctant and uninformed as to how they should promote millennials as leaders. This first step is to create a plan. 

Write a 525- to 700-word summary in which you:
Examine the best practices that your team can cultivate to enhance the number of millennial leaders. Explain how you would present this information to senior managers in your organization.
Cite a minimum of two references other than the text.

No Minimum Word The Important Thing Answer All Question

 https://thehustle.co/can-a-corporation-trademark-a-color/ 

 https://www.helpscout.com/blog/psychology-of-color/ 

 

1.  How important do you feel the use of certain colors in a brand logo, advertisement, or packaging of a product is?  Give examples and an explanation why you answered this way?

2.  Do you feel that a company/organization should be allowed to “Own” a color? 

3.  What tool does a company use to own or claim the use of a color?

4.  Using the company in your specific IMC project how do the colors they use help brand them, entice customers to use the products, and reach their target market?  If you say their colors are not effective please explain why.

Who Moved My Cheese 19681361

 

50 points

300 written words

APA/MLA – 1” margins – double spaced – real sentences – spelling/grammar all count.

The Process:

1. Watch the video at the link below: 

2. Discuss your answers for the following questions: Which character did you most relate to and why? What does ‘the cheese” represent to you? Explain why you feel this way? What, specifically (do you think), prevented Hem from leaving the empty cheese locker to search for new cheese…?

John And Jane Doe Were Married For 20

John and Jane Doe were married for 20. When they were first married, John, as beneficiary, bought a life insurance policy on Jane. Jane likewise bought a life insurance policy on John. After their youngest child went off to college, John and Jane got a divorce. Both were working professionals, so no spousal support was awarded in the divorce.

Immediately after the divorce, John purchased a house in a beautiful neighborhood. He was a little worried that him and his neighbor were in a flood zone. Just to be cautious, John bought property insurance policies, with him as the beneficiary, for his house and his neighbor’s house.

After the divorce, Jane moved to California. Considering the number of wildfires in California, Jane bought fire insurance on her home.

One year later there was a flood and John and his neighbor suffered massive losses on their properties. What would happen when John tried to collect on both property insurance policies?

Two weeks after that, there was a wildfire near Jane’s house. The wildfire caused a tree to fall, which broke a water line, that caused Jane’s house to flood. She suffered massive damage to her house. What would happen when Jane tried to collect on her fire insurance policy?

Four weeks later, John died of a heart attack. What would happen when Jane tried to collect the life insurance policy?

Managment Organization

 

Using the information contained in Chapter 5, Planning and Decision Making, evaluate the United States’ response to the coronavirus (government and/or organizations).  Keep in mind that this is not a critique of individuals but of the planning and decision making process.

 Completion of this assignment may earn up to 10  points

 Prepare yourself for this assignment by locating articles from news sources. The article can be an online or print version. You must have at least two sources for this assignment. The following are not acceptable: Wikipedia, blogs, opinion posts, and like sources.

 Print articles must be identified by source, edition, date, etc. Online articles must also include the URL. These will be checked so please make sure the link you submit is correct. If I cannot find it online, no points will be awarded.

 The assignment consists of three parts:

1. Paragraph one is a description of the planning process for handling this event. This may represent planning done by the U.S. government and/or businesses. This must be IN YOUR OWN WORDS. Do not copy from the article.
2. Paragraph two is your evaluation of the process. You may want to reference Chapter 5, Planning and Decision-Making and/or Chapter 6, Organizational Strategy. You must provide specific examples in support of your position.
3. Paragraph three is your opinion of how this information informs your personal or professional growth. Provide specific examples in support of your position.

 The format must follow the guidelines listed below:
1. The assignment must be typed using 12-point font. You must use either Times New Roman or Arial font.
2. 1-inch margins
3. Single spaced
4. Double space between paragraphs
5. One-page limit
6. Spell and grammar check your document. No more than five (5) errors in spelling, punctuation, grammar, etc., will be accepted and points will be deducted. More than five (5) errors will result in 0 points.
7. Your name, assignment name and date must be placed at the top of the page using the Word header function.
8. This must be your own original individual work. You should read your sources and put the information in your own words. Minimal information, i.e., a phrase, may be copied from your source as long as you use appropriate APA citation format.
9. On a separate page, provide a list of the sources used. Here, again, use APA format.

Management In Financial Institutions

Finance 460

Management in Financial Institutions

Paper

The overall intent of the Paper is to understand a Bank’s financial statement, its position in the market place and how the Bank compares to its piers. The Bank’s total assets should not be more than $2B.

Length:  2-5 pages excluding Exhibits.

Items that must be covered:

· Identify the type of Bank

· Which regulatory agency governs them

· What is the Banks focus (i.e. Commercial, deposit only …..)

· Calculate and show work by attaching exhibits

o ROE

o ROA

o Net Interest Margin

o Net Noninterest Margin

o Net Operating Margin

· Show, at a minimum, two competing Bank’s financial statements for comparisons via exhibit

· Discuss how the Bank compares, two strength and two weaknesses, in relationship to the competing Banks (i.e. Net Interest Margin is a strength due to ….) 

Paper will be graded on the following criteria:

· All components completed

· Accuracy of content

· Format was easy to follow

· Analysis competent

Websites that could help in both your research and bank comparison:

www.ffiec.gov

http://research.fdic.gov/bankfind

Managed Care Iii Project

  Current Trends and Issues in Managed Care

Using the Online library or the Internet, research on a series of topics that will help you understand the current issues regarding managed care. You can use keywords, such as (but not limited to) managed care, current trends and issues in managed care, pharmacy benefit management, or utilization management. Like many other aspects of health care, managed care is continually changing and evolving to meet current consumer and market demands. This week, you are required to write an essay on the following topics: – Pharmacy benefit management
– Utilization management

Use the following guidelines for developing your essay: Select at least two articles for each topic from the library or Online Sources, and write a review for each source of information.
Present a summary for each topic tying together the information learned about that topic.
Describe and evaluate the market forces, current trends, and changes in drug benefit programs over the last fifteen years.
Discuss basic approaches and techniques used in utilization management.
Analyze the future of utilization management approaches. How might they change and why?
Justify your ideas and responses by using appropriate examples and references from reputable and scholarly texts, websites, and other references.

As in all assignments, cite your sources in your work and provide references for the citations in APA format.

This is a minimum 3–5-page paper completed in APA format that includes an introduction and conclusion.

5questions About Strategic Services Marketing

1-3 questions are about a company that I mentioned in doc (questions and tips).

and the report I have upload which is the group project.

1-5 each question worth 1-page min.

timely work due in 12hrs