Case Study Hector E. Hernandez National University In partial fulfillment of the requirement for TED 621 B Dr. Teresa J. Johnson March 30, 2012 CASE STUDY TEMPLATE Name of NU Student ____Hector E. Hernandez______________________ Child’s Name ___Miguel_______ Child’s grade level ___3rd ____________ A. Student Strengths and Weaknesses The Data that has been collected, read, and analysis was to determine Miguel’s strengths and challenges (weaknesses). According to Miguel’s Data his strengths are Phonemic Awareness, Phonics, and Vocabulary. In the phonemic awareness: The student is scoring very well in phonemic awareness/oral language. He was able to get 10 out of 10 in sounding out words. He was also able to
CASE STUDY/Ethics The Crime This ethical issue that I have decided to write about is a matter that has occurred in many medical facilities across the world. I have made up some names for this case study but the incident is real. This case study involves a physician named Derek Johnson M.D. This physician worked with numerous of nurses and other health care professionals and most of them believed Dr. Johnson had a narcotics problem. The health care providers did not know for sure if this physician was using narcotics they could only speculate and they had some evidence that Dr. Johnson was illegally using the narcotics. The health care providers thought Dr Johnson was illegally using anesthesia. The reason the other health care
WHEN NO GOOD DEED GOES UNPUNISHED: THE CASE OF THE MISPRINTED PHONE NUMBER Diane Bandow, Troy University Global Campus, Atlanta, GA Tish Matuszek, Troy University Montgomery Campus, Montgomery, AL Michael Anderson, Atlanta, GA ABSTRACT Mark volunteered to help with the community arts festival; he was supporting the not-for-profit organization as he had in the past. However, he did not know his good intentions as a volunteer would cost him his job as an assistant manager. The retail store’s phone number was printed in the festival advertising in error and ticket requests overloaded the phone lines, causing loss of business and annoyed the store manager. As a result, Mark was seen as the cause of the problems and terminated.
7/13 Worker went to the home of Crystal Sebastian. Worker knocked on the door and Crystal greeted the worker and invited the worker in. Crystal had a quarter sized hicky on the left side of her neck. As the worker and Crystal walk into the apartment Crystal shows the worker Josilynn's hover board for her birthday. The apartment was unorganized and messy. Worker and Crystal sat down in the living room to discuss court, ACR and Services. Crystal is working for the news paper route currently and seeking employment. Worker spoke about visitation and gave Crystal the 502 forms to fill out. Crystal spoke about visitation supervised and unsupervised. Worker stated that the worker did not have the man power, but it was an option to look into.
Case Brief: Kerl v. Rasmussen (2004) 273 Wis. 2d 106, 682 N.W. 2d 328 The facts in this case are that Harvey Pierce ambushed and shot Robin Kerl and her fiancé David Jones in the parking lot of a Madison Wal-Mart where Kerl and Jones worked. Kerl was seriously injured in the shooting, and Jones was killed. Pierce, who was Kerl’s former boyfriend, then shot and killed himself. At the time of the shooting, Pierce was a work-release inmate at the Dane County jail who was employed at a nearby Arby’s restaurant operated by Dennis Rasmussen, INC. Pierce had left work without permission at the time of the attempted murder and murder/suicide. Kerl and Jones’ estate sued DRI and Arby’s, INC. As in pertinent to this appeal, the plaintiffs alleged
3. Variable cost per unit will be reduced from $25 to $18.80. A total of 1,000,000 units will still be sold. The reduction in variable costs per unit is a direct result of the increased fixed costs and the associated automation.
Name __Randy Stonecrest_______________ Course Section __HR 599_________ Date ____April 9, 2012______ Scenario Summary: A supervisor in a large accounting firm is scheduled to interview a job candidate who comes highly recommended and has excellent qualifications. Jim has an accounting degree (bachelors) from a prestigious Ivy League school and has been
Case Study: Specific Learning Disabilities Criteria Name: Jennifer Birthdate: 12/17/92 Jennifer is a 2nd grader being referred for possible learning disabilities in reading. Jennifer has always attended Sand Hill Elementary and has not repeated a grade. She is eight years old. She has been screened for vision and hearing problems and was found to have normal vision and hearing. Her teachers have described her as cooperative and likable. She does not exhibit behavioral problems.
James is a candidate who is looking for a stable position with a good company. The job market in the Kokomo area has been very challenging in regards to stability over the past several years. He is very willing to make a longer commute if it provides him with a stable work environment. He has his Associate’s Degree in Automotive Mechanics. He also had a degree in Heating and Cooling, so that is where most of his experience has been. He worked for many years for Newlon Metals, Inc as a Forklift Operator. He ran into car trouble, and unfortunately couldn’t get to work in a reliable fashion. He then turned to temporary work through Staffing Resources, Manpower and Morales Group. During that time is when he returned to school. He secured
Engineering Economic Analysis Case Study Case Name The Smithson’s Mortgage Case Study Teams This case is designed to be conducted by a team of students. The discussion, questioning, and resolution of differences is an important part of the learning experience. Another significant advantage is the sharing of the workload in preparing the final case study report. Knowledge Background This case draws heavily on the material presented in Chapters 2 and 3 of Principles of Engineering Economic Analysis, 4th Edition by White, Case, Pratt, and Agee, particularly Section 3.4 (Principal Amount and Interest Amount in Loan Payments). To a limited extent it draws on concepts from Chapter 4 (Measuring the Worth of Investments), Chapter 5 (Comparison
DOWNSIZING: SAVING MONEY WHILE REMAINING ETHICAL Downsizing has become a commonplace strategy for organizations to adopt in an effort to cut costs, eliminate redundancies, and streamline organizational systems. Over the last 15 years, many organizations have engaged in downsizing more than once. Most companies have learned from the mistakes of the past, but some companies are still trying to use the same tactics today that were used in the mid 1980s, that leave employees reeling.
EV (Node 9) = $1.75 million EV (Node 10) = $0 Following that, the expected values for decision nodes 6 and 7 should also be calculated. The following results were obtained:
FINA 6092 Advanced Financial Management Harvard Business School Case Study ! Shenzhen Development Bank Case Report Section A: Group 6 Name CATALOGUE PART 1: BACKGROUND INTRODUCTION ..................................................................... 1 PART 2: THE INVESTMENT VALUE OF SHENZHEN DEVELOPMENT BANK ..... 1 PART 3: RISK ANALYSIS .................................................................................................... 2 PART 4: RISK CONTROL .................................................................................................... 4 PART 5: ADVANTAGES POSSESSED BY NEWBRIDGE IN THE SDB INVESTMENT In addition, SDB has already gone public thus it enjoys the advantage of smooth financing. Public offering gives opportunities of business expansion and flexibility of capital turnover. Last but not least, investors are easy to get the control of SDB due to its
I would apportion the electorate of Greece 5% Maastricht Treaty created the Euro. As per the treaty the economy deficit level of the country was already predetermined for those countries who were willing to enter euro zone. But Greece entered the European Union with a budget deficit that exceeded the allowed threshold. The Greek government borrowed heavily and went on spending after the adoption of Euro as their currency. Instead of reducing the spending and borrowing heavily it adopted unfair accounting practices to hide its true budget deficit.
Louisse: 1. Jerry Kline and Grace Gallo are too eager in getting customers and reaching their quotas without thinking what would be its effect to the company. They focus more on money instead of having a good