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
Week 5: Case Study PROJ 587 – Advanced Program Management Part 1 Executive Summary A medium-sized firm Clean fabrics Inc in United States has increased the company’s revenues strategically about $350 million dollars per year. The company struggles to meet the objectives of expanding the company along with the cost control. The vision of the company is to provide the right choice to the clients and supplying the support services for the cruise ship industry in the different parts of the world operating in the areas of hotel and travel. The services are supplied to major hotel chains and cruises including linen services in the south east area of United States. Comparatively, the cruise ship industry provides the company with an
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.
Introduction In the last stage of KU Consulting analysis we will examine an in-depth look at Albatross Anchor. Albatross Anchor is a family business that has been in business for over 35 years. During that period they have built long lasting relationships with business partners and recognized in the industry. They have built strong name recognition and known for their quality product. These are some of the strengths that distinguish Albatross Anchor from competition. KU Consulting will address four primary challenges identified and set possible solutions. Also there will be discussion about possible building alternation that will improve Albatross Anchor’s operations. KU Consulting will make it a top priority to not impose a high
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.
TABLE OF CONTENTS EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 2 PROBLEM STATEMENT 2 SITUATION ANALYSIS 2 Mission 2 Objective 2 Background 2 Strengths 2 Weaknesses 3 Opportunities 3 Threats 3 FINANCIAL ANALYSIS 3 Assumptions 4 ALTERNATIVES 3 EVALUATION CRITERIA 4 Key Success Factors 4 Key Uncertainties 4 ANALYSIS OF ALTERNATIVES 4 Criteria #1 4 Criteria #2 5 Criteria #3 6 RECOMMENDATION 6 ACTION PLAN 7 CONTINGENCY PLAN 8 APPENDICES 9 Appendix A 9 Appendix B 10 Appendix C 10 Appendix D 11 Appendix E 12 Appendix F 12 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY John Butkus was considering changing the preliminary design of the Waterloo restaurant location to increase its capacity and serve customers more quickly.
Executive Summary This case analysis explores the possibility of Breezy, a leading supplier of carburators and air filters in North America, the possibility of developing offshore busines in countries where car manufacturing is growing. The report is structured as follows: First, there are five important questions that Breezy must consider and ask itself before developing a relationship with a new customer. After Breezy decides to go offshore, it will have to go through the negotiating process, which involves five steps. Breezy then, must have capabilities of how an offshore business is organized, consider the many different costs and risks involved in the implementation and decide how it will finance the project. The report also talks
On June 21, 2017, Rizvi was observed via CCTV with a second male. While watching the second male was observed selecting and trying on merchandise all over men’s wear dept. after he had finished he gave all the merchandise to Rizvi and the male moved to the mall doors. Rizvi then moved to the cash desk and purchased all of the items with his coded HBC card. He then proceeded to the mall doors and handed the bag over to the other male. (Transaction 6091, Terminal 708)
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.
Nevertheless, the company brainstormed a process to provide a more reliable and adequate space in its distribution center. In establishing a business partnership with Remstar International a golden idea formed. Remstar International took the well detailed information given and work studiously to provide an adequate storage and retrieval solution. In my opinion, the most vital step in the process was created when Aerial decided to run the performance test ahead of time. Giving all the tools required from the customer information on to the comprehensive space of each area made the distribution change remarkable. Creating a strong partnership with valuable information help change the distribution center, while lowering employee’s pickers from 28 a job to
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.
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
Bezos's employers were not prepared to proceed with that kind of venture, and Bezos knew the only way to seize the opportunity was to go into business for himself. It would mean sacrificing a secure position in New York, but he and his wife, Mackenzie, decided to make the start.