Davis (2008) explains the reasons for a preamble to “state the reasons for having a code

Davis (2008) explains the reasons for a preamble to “state the reasons for having a code, explain who is covered and why, and present a rationale for everyone covered to do as the code requires” (p 52). The general principles section of the code of ethics is to guide psychologists towards the highest ethical ideals that they should aim to practice and pursue in their work. Between the preamble and general principles, psychologists would be able to gain a solid understanding of what is expected regarding how they test and treat clients. Within the code of ethics, the general principles are listed as beneficence and nonmaleficence, fidelity and responsibility, integrity, justice, and respect for people’s rights and dignity (“Ethical Principles of Psychologists and Code of Conduct”, 2002). After reviewing these principles, I think that Principle A stands out as one of the most impactful and influential. Principle A is Beneficence and Nonmaleficence and essentially is stating that they will strive to do no harm and when an issue arises, they will seek to handle it responsibly so they can avoid/minimize harm. This is important because it sets a general standard to help keep anyone involved safe. I can see how many of the other principles support this and may even be a part of it to some degree.


Ethical principles of psychologists and code of conduct. (2002). American Psychologist57(12), 1060–1073. https://doi-org.lopes.idm.oclc.org/10.1037/0003-066X.57.12.1060

Davis, M. (2008). Thinking through the issues in a code of ethics. New Directions for Higher Education142, 55–73.

You are a member of a high-functioning team and want to apply for an open management position


You are a member of a high-functioning team and want to apply for an open management position. Part of the interviewing process involves you reflecting on your own behavioral growth and development in order to demonstrate your commitment to relating to others while achieving personal and professional goals. To do this, you need to identify two different situations that indicate a focus/change needed to make others want to work with you as their manager. One situation needs to be a positive experience while the second is a negative experience.


Create a presentation (i.e. PowerPoint) based on your self-awareness of your behaviors in the workplace and based on each situation you identified for self-awareness. Your presentation will need to include:

  1. Details or background on the two situations identified (positive and negative).
  2. For each situation, discuss what non-verbal cues were given or used.
  3. For each situation, explain what the outcomes were.
  4. For each situation, determine what tools could be used to make improvements (i.e. listening more, empathy, more information, etc.).
  5. Include speaker notes on each slide.


-Clear and robust details or background information given for both positive and negative situations using multiple clear examples in a well-crafted presentation.

-Provided clear and concise explanations on non-verbal cues for each situation using multiple clear examples in a well-crafted presentation.

-Provided clear and concise explanations on outcomes for each situation using multiple clear examples in a well-crafted presentation.

-Clear and concise determination on possible improvements or tools used for each situation using multiple clear examples in a well-crafted presentation.

-Included clear and detailed speaker notes on each slide.


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GO19_AC_CH01_GRADER_1E_AS – Computer Club 1.0

GO19_AC_CH01_GRADER_1E_AS – Computer Club 1.0


Project Description:

In this project, you will create database objects to track the inventory of new computer parts used by the Computer Club. You will create a table and import data from Excel to create a second table. You will create a simple query, a form, and a report.


Start   Access. Open the downloaded file named Student_Access_1E_AS_Computer_Club.accdb,   enable the content, and then open the Inventory table.


Beginning   in the second column of the Inventory table and using the specified data   types, create the following fields (in this order):
Part (Short Text), Room (Short Text), Cabinet Location (Short Text), Vendor ID (Short Text), Price (Currency), Quantity in Stock (Number).


Change   the data type of the ID field to Short Text, rename the ID field to Part ID, and then save the table.


Add   the following three records to the Inventory table and then close the table.
Record 1:
Part ID: V-01
Part: Monitor with speakers
Room: SE110
Cabinet Location: Cabinet A, Shelf 3
Vendor ID: V-015
Price: 199.99
Quantity in Stock: 3
Record 2:
Part ID: S-01
Part: Sound Card
Room: SE110
Cabinet Location: Drawer A
Vendor ID: V-002
Price: 24.99
Quantity in Stock: 10
Record 3:
Part ID: P-01
Part: Power Supply
Room: SE110
Cabinet Location: Drawer C
Vendor ID: V-010
Price: 189.99
Quantity in Stock: 2


Append   the records from the downloaded Excel file a01E_Parts_Inventory.xlsx to the Inventory table and then open   the table in Datasheet view (the table has 13 records).


Switch   to Design view and delete the Room field. For the Part field, enter a   description of Enter the computer   component name and then change the field size to 50. For the Part ID field, change the   field size to 4   and then save the table.


Switch   to Datasheet view, apply Best Fit to all of the fields in the table, save the   table, and then close the table.


Import   the records from the downloaded Excel file a01E_Vendors.xlsx into the database as a new table named Vendors. Designate the first row as column   headings and the Vendor ID field as the primary key. Open the Vendors table   in Datasheet view (the table has 15 records).


Switch   to Design view. For the State field, enter a description of Enter two-letter state abbreviation   and then change the field size to 2.   For the Vendor ID field, change the field size to 5   and then save the table.


Switch   to Datasheet view, apply Best Fit to all of the fields in the table, save the   table, and then close the table.


Based   on your Inventory table, use the Query Wizard to create a simple query. Add   the Part, Cabinet Location, and Quantity in Stock fields (in that order).   Keep the default name of Inventory   Query, click Finish to display the query results, and then close the   query.


Based   on your Vendors table, use the Form tool to create a form for the table. Save   the form as Vendor Form,   display the form in Form view, and then close the form.


Based   on your Inventory table, use the Report tool to create a report. Delete the   Vendor ID and Price fields from the report. Save the report as Inventory Report.


Sort   the Part field in ascending order. Set the width of the Part and Cabinet   Location fields to 2   inches. Delete the page number from the report, save the report, and then   close the report.


Close   all database objects, close the database, and then exit Access. Submit the   database as directed.

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The Topic of my Research Proposal Project that needs to be focused on is What can be done to help women rebuild trust after overcoming domestic violence?

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For each of the following code segments, use OpenMP pragmas to make the loop parallel

1. For each of the following code segments, use OpenMP pragmas to make the loop parallel, or

explain why the code segment is not suitable for parallel execution.

a. for (i = 0; i < (int) sqrt(x); i++) {

a[i] = i + 12;

if (i < 10) b[i] = a[i];


b. flag = 0;

for (i = 0; (i < n) \& (!flag); i++) {

a[i] = 2.8 * i;

if (a[i] < b[i]) flag = 1;


c. for (i = 0; i < n; i++) {

a[i] = fun(i);


d. for (i = 0; i < n; i++) {

a[i] = fun(i);

if (a[i] < b[i]) b[i] = a[i];


e. for (i = 0; i < n; i++) {

a[i] = fun(i);

if (a[i] < b[i]) break;


f. product = 0;

for (i = 0; i < n; i++) {

product += a[i] * b[i];


g. for (i = j; i < 3 * j; i++) {

a[i] = a[i] + a[i-j];


h. for (i = j; i < n; i++) {

a[i] = c * a[i-j];


2. Suppose a parallel program completes execution on 32 processors in 348 seconds, and it has

been found that this program spends 21 seconds in initialization and cleanup on one processor, and for

the remaining time all 32 processors are active. What is the scaled speedup of this parallel program?

3. Suppose a parallel program executing on 20 processors spends 98% of its time inside parallel

code. What is the scaled speedup of this parallel program?

4. The table below shows the speedups observed for six different parallel programs A, B, C, D,

E, F as the number of processors is increased from 1 through 8.











































































Using the Karp-Flatt metric as the basis, choose the statement that best describes the expected speedup

for each program with 16 processors.

I. The speedup achieved on 16 processors will probably be at least 40% higher than the speedup

achieved on eight processors.

II. The speedup achieved on 16 processors will probably be less than 40% higher than the speedup

achieved on eight processors, due to the increase in overhead as processors are added.

III. The speedup achieved on 16 processors will probably be less than 40% higher than the speedup

achieved on eight processors, due to the large serial component of the computation.

5. Let n ≥ f(p) denote the isoefficiency relation of a parallel system and let M(n) denote the

amount of memory required to store a problem of size n. Use the scalability function to rank the

parallel systems shown below from the most scalable to the least scalable:

a. f(p) = Cp, M(n) = n2.

b. f(p) = C√p, M(n) = n2.

c. f(p) = C√plog p, M(n) = n2.

d. f(p) = Cplog p, M(n) = n2.

e. f(p) = Cp, M(n) = n.

f. f(p) = Cp√p, M(n) = n.

g. f(p) = Cp2√p, M(n) = n.

6. Suppose a problem of size 100,000 can be solved in 15 hours on a computer today. Assuming

that the execution time is solely determined by the CPU speed, determine how large a problem can be

solved in 15 hours time by a computer that is 100 times as fast as today’s computer, if the algorithm

used to solve the problem has a time complexity given by (for a problem size of n):

a. Θ(n2)

b. Θ(nlog2n)

c. Θ(n3)

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Marketing Plan:Yoga And Tourism Retreat

Marketing Plan: Situation Analysis &amp; New Product Development

Pretend you are introducing a new product in the same category as

your Step One research. Using the CityU Library:

1. Conduct a study of its consumer target market to include

demographics, geographics, and psychographics. Be sure to take

into account the target market of competing products, finding a

niche for yours.

2. Identify your points of difference and positioning strategy.

3. Analyze relevant category trends.

4. Analyze consumer trends.

5. Perform an environmental analysis including both a SWOT &amp;


Marketing Plan: Marketing Activities / Budget / Schedule / Pricing

Using the new product you identified in Step Two:

1. Identify the price point you will sell your product at, including the

pricing strategy and objectives.

2. Identify the marketing activities you will use to advertise your

product (minimum of 5; combination of both offline and

online marketing activities).

3. Develop a one-year calendar identifying when you'll execute each

of these marketing activities.

4. Develop a budget for the marketing activities identified above.

Topic: Yoga and tourism retreat

Can follow the attached templte :

Needs to be in apa style with references

and statical data.

I started it but it was not good enough.

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Develop a brand presentation of 6-8 slides for a new pet food product

Develop a brand presentation of 6-8 slides for a new pet food product (or new product or line extension at your employer or future employer), using the speaker’s notes sections of each slide to expand your talking points.


Branding is a means of differentiating a product from its competitors. Branding is an important aspect of marketing because it provides a distinctive identity to a product or family of products that sets it apart from competitors. This assessment introduces the concept of brands and discusses the various ways marketers position their products within the brand structure. By the end of the assessment, you may look at branding and products a bit differently than you do right now!


Completion of this portfolio work project will help you understand the key components of a brand presentation.


The Vice President of Marketing at MSH Brands (or at your employer or future employer company) was impressed with your marketing plan submitted in Assessment 1. They have now asked you to develop a brand presentation based on this work.

Your Role

You are a Brand Manager at MSH Brands (or at your employer or future employer company). You are being asked to develop a brand presentation for a new pet food product (or new product or line extension at your employer or future employer.)


You are to develop a brand presentation including the following elements based on your research, building on your work submitted in Assessment 1. Develop a PowerPoint presentation of 8–12 slides that synthesize the work, using the speaker’s notes sections of each slide to expand your talking points. Be sure your presentation includes:

  • What is the brand name for the product? What role does the new product play in the brand portfolio?
  • Who is the target market?
  • What will be the new product’s objectives (create greater customer loyalty, increase trials, expand usage among current users, support trade relations)?
  • What will be the new product position? How will it complement the objectives?
  • What will be the new product competitive pricing strategy? How will it complement the objectives?
  • How will this be reflected in the packaging? How will it complement the objectives?
  • How will this be reflected in the promotion? How will it complement the objectives?
  • How will this be reflected in the placement? How will it complement the objectives?

Deliverable Format

  • PowerPoint presentation. Use Guidelines for Effective PowerPoint Presentations [PPTX] as a resource.
  • 6-8 slides (in addition to the title and references slides).
  • Include additional details on each slide in the speaker’s notes section.
  • Additional requirements:
    • Title slide.
    • References slide.
    • APA-formatted references from at least five sources.
    • Be sure you consider the audience.


By successfully completing this assessment, you will demonstrate your proficiency in the following course competencies through corresponding scoring guide criteria:

  • Competency 1: Apply marketing theories and models to develop marketing strategies.
    • Articulate the context of the business (product name, role in brand, target segment).
  • Competency 2: Evaluate the effectiveness of marketing strategies and methods.
    • Evaluate the effectiveness of marketing strategies (product objectives and positioning).
  • Competency 3: Use data to support evidence-based marketing decisions.
    • Evaluate the marketing mix (pricing, packaging, promotion, and placement) for a product.
  • Competency 5: Communicate marketing needs, opportunities, and strategies with multiple stakeholders.
    • Write coherently to support a central idea with correct grammar, usage, and mechanics as expected of a business professional.

What are the advantages and disadvantages of a merger?

Respond to the following question:

As part of the financial planning process, a common practice in the corporate finance world is restructuring through the process of mergers and acquisitions (M&A). It seems that on a regular basis, investment bankers arrange M&A transactions, forming one company from separate companies. What are the advantages and disadvantages of a merger? In your response, provide an example of either – a merger that was successful, or one that was unsuccessful.

  • Write a paper of 1,000-1,250 content words (title page, abstract, and reference page not included).
  • Prepare this assignment according to the APA guidelines, including a title page, an introduction, and a conclusion. An abstract is not required. Cite in text and include a References section. A template is included in the assignment.
  • In your report, make certain that you include at least three credible outside references from search engines or scholarly sources from the APUS Online Library.
  • Note that your attached paper will automatically be submitted to Turnitin, and an Originality Report should be sent back to the classroom within around 15 minutes. The Originality report does not actually recommend changes. It does point out where you may need to add a citation or quotation marks (if not already cited). Once you use it a few times, you will appreciate this tool, as it will assist you in improving quality and content, as well as avoid plagiarism. Your goal is to keep direct quotations to a minimum and to make sure that you do not just cut and paste material. Ensure that all your references are cited. A report with a similarity index of less than 20% is acceptable for graduate-level work.
  • In the Assignment dropbox, please attach your paper as a file, do not copy & paste. Submit your assignment by 11:59 pm ET, Day 7 (Sunday).

Your paper will be evaluated according to the Writing Assignment Grading Rubric shown below. To maximize your grade, be sure to use the proper organization (intro, body, conclusion) and follow APA style. Your paper should have a title page and reference page, but you do not need an abstract for this assignment. See the PowerPoint presentation attached for APA assistance.


Writing Assignment Requirements

Content (60%)

  • Response demonstrates a clear understanding of the key elements of assignment questions.
  • Responses thoroughly cover the elements in a substantive manner.
  • Response demonstrates critical thinking and analysis.
  • Content is complete and accurate.
  • Introduction and conclusion provide adequate information on the given topic.

Organization (20%)

  • Paper structure is clear and easy to follow.
  • Ideas flow in a logical sequence.
  • Introduction provides a sound introduction to the topic and previews major points.
  • Paragraph transitions are logical and support the flow of thought throughout the paper.
  • The conclusion thoroughly reviews the major points.

Writing Style,
Grammar, APA Format (20%)

  • Sentences are well constructed, complete, clear, and concise.
  • Words used are specific and unambiguous.
  • The tone is appropriate to the content and assignment.
  • Grammar, spelling, and punctuation are correct.
  • APA guidelines (7th edition) are followed, such as title page, headers, citations, references, etc.
  • Effective use of aids, such as sections, summaries, table of contents, indices, and appendices (if appropriate)

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Individual Written Case Analysis Report

Assessment Task Individual Written Case Analysis / Report  Word Count: 3,000 words

For this assignment, you have a choice between two cases related to the module’s core Grant textbook. You must choose ONE and do a written individual case analysis, in the form of a management report, which addresses the questions detailed below relating to your chosen case. All questions carry equal weight.

Case A:    HAIER GROUP – Internationalisation Strategy

1. What are the main features of Haier’s internationalisation strategy since the early 1990s and how does it differ from the pattern of internationalisation typical of Western enterprises?

2. How successful has Haier’s internationalisation strategy been and why?

3. What are the principal features of Haier’s management system and how do they differ from those traditionally deployed by Western companies? What lessons might be drawn by a) other Chinese companies and b) by Western enterprises?

Case B:   WL GORE & ASSOCIATES – Rethinking Management, Motivation & Innovation

1. What are the distinctive features of WL Gore’s organisation and management and to what extent do they represent an approach based upon identifiable management principles?

3. What are the advantages and disadvantages of WL Gore’s approach to organisation management, employee motivation and organisational innovation?

4. To what extent is the WL Gore approach transferable to other companies? And if it is, to what types of companies and why?


1. In support of your analysis you should draw on material and references from all your MBA modules, as well as make sure to read the relevant chapters in Grant’s textbook.

2. It is recommended that you identify which strategy and management concepts will enable you to analyse the case. These will help you see the company in a broader context, rather than simply focusing on the company and the case material.

3. Key to success will be to think and write strategically. Don’t get lost in detail. Analyse the case material then add value through comment and opinion as you discuss the questions.

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Industry Research Report On Global Strategic Communication Best Practices


Fast Food: Mc Donald’s

Region: Moscow

My Part of the blog/report – Summary of other region (how it differs from US)

Overall feel of discussion: How is Mc Donald’s different from in Moscow compared to the US?

What about in other regions?

Compare and contrast how a global organization in this industry manages its brand globally and locally.

The report will critically analyze a global strategic communication campaign and

compare and contrast how the brand (Mc Donald’s) was marketed in the U.S. and in the Moscow region. Assess whether the firm successfully adapted its global strategy and messages for local audiences and will provide recommendations for the brand based on your own evaluation as well as the best-practice recommendations of other scholars and practitioners.

The research will explore a firms’ advertising, social media, and PR efforts in

the U.S. and at least one country in the assigned region to assess how the

brand is promoted in the different markets, and how the firm addresses the

issues of global vs. local branding, and how (or if) different cultures are

addressed by the same brand.

Summary of how Mcdonald’s has been marketed globally. (Does it follow a global or local strategy?)

– Summary of the region you researched (Moscow)  and a comparison of how Mcdonald’s is marketed there compared to how it is marketed in the U.S. and how the activities fit (or don’t) with the industry’s best practices (i.e. are they a good example or bad of how to market the brand globally?)

– What is working? What could be improved?

– Conclusion/summary – provide advice and/or project the future for the organization’s approach to Global Strategic Communication Management

Research report should cite books and articles by experts from

this industry and/or experts on global branding, IMC, advertising, public

relations, and global strategic communication.

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