[SOLVED] Advanced Ergonomics

Sample Ergonomics Program This assignment is designed to provide an opportunity to apply the concepts presented in the Unit II Lesson regarding the elements of an ergonomics program. Specifically, you will be developing an ergonomics program. As a graduate of Columbia Southern University’s Safety and Emergency Services program, you have decided to pursue a career as an occupational safety and health consultant. You were recently contacted by Will B. Shafe, the human resource manager at On Call, the company that employs Ms. Handz-Hurt from the unit lesson. According to Mr. Shafe, he is having trouble convincing the leadership at the company to address ergonomics because there is no OSHA ergonomics mandate. Part 1: You have agreed to assist Mr. Shafe by preparing a one-page minimum overview explaining the regulatory requirements related to ergonomics, including the history of the OSHA Ergonomic Standard and the benefits of implementing an ergonomics program. Your summary must include references and should be written to convince management to implement a program (after all, you are a consultant and you want their business). Your overview must include a minimum of two outside sources, one in which must be from the CSU Online Library. Part 2: Six weeks later, Mr. Shafe contacts you again with news that the leadership is more open to the idea of implementing an ergonomics program but needs guidance on what should be included in the program. Using the information covered in the unit lesson, prepare a sample ergonomics program for the company. Your sample program should be three pages in length, not counting the title page and the references page. Your fully completed assignment, including Part 1 and Part 2 together, should be a minimum of four pages in length, not counting the title and references pages. Include both parts in one document and label for clarity.

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[SOLVED] Competencies for Project Managers

Competencies for Project Managers Read the nine mini-case study series from the Project Management Institute on the Global Green Books Publishing company before starting this assignment. Write a 4–6 page paper in which you: Describe at least three key skills or competencies supervisors need to be effective in managing teams’ performance in this company. Provide a rationale for your choices.  Describe at least three skills or competencies that team members need in order to be effective in working on projects and provide a rationale for your choices.  Go to Basic Search: Strayer University Online Library to locate at least three quality resources for this assignment. Note: Wikipedia and similar websites do not qualify as quality resources. Your assignment must: Be typed, double-spaced, using Times New Roman font (size 12), with 1-inch margins on all sides; citations and references must follow SWS (Strayer Writing Standards). Check with your professor for any additional instructions. Include a cover page containing the title of the assignment, your name, the professor’s name, the course title, and the date. The cover page and the reference page are not included in the required assignment page length. The specific course learning outcome associated with this assignment is: Examine the skills and competencies necessary to manage project teams that are facing challenges at a given company. Grading for this assignment will be based on answer quality, logic, or organization of the paper, and language and writing skills, using the scoring rubric.

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[SOLVED] Business Intelligence

Do not use citation, Professor does not want quotation.use detailed informationReflect on the concept of Natural Language Processing, and its use in a business situation.Collect 3 scholarly articles, then one piece of journalism illustrating how Natural Language Processing can be usedSelect an industry of personal interest to you. How can this industry use Natural Language Processing to achieve a competitive advantage over their competitors, or overcome an obstacle to improving their business?

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[SOLUTION] Short Test Questions

Chegg Account Info: chegg.comID: [email protected]: Lanesss1eTextbook: Ratings Analysis. When you go to website or account look to the left of screen and you will see two eTextbooks listed that will say,“read”…for this test Ratings Analysis is the only source or book needed. The test is over chapters 1-4.• Exams. This test is to assess your understanding of the concepts of the topic. The tests will be in the format of short answers. Your understanding and application of the concepts and theories will be assessed through this testChapter exam Please address each item. You may use notes and your textbooks to address the items. Please provide APA citations from your textbooks with your answers. All answers must be at least two paragraphs but no more than five with the exception of question 3 where each measurement technique or methodology should be a minimum of two paragraphs and no more than five paragraphs. You may use notes and books to complete the exam. PLEASE ALWAYS INCLUDE THE QUESTIONS WITH EACH ANSWER.RA Chapters 1-41. Trace the history of audience measurement research. From beginning to present methods.2. Define sampling and then discuss the most common methods of sampling techniques of ratings companies. Additionally, discuss the difference between a sample and a census. 3. Briefly describe these measurement techniques: Telephone recall, telephone coincidental, diaries, household meters, people-meters, portable people-meters, computer meters, and servers. Now provide advantages and disadvantages for each measurement technique. 4. Address the value of understanding selective exposure theory and uses and gratifications theory with regard to audiences. Explain the components of each theory. 5. Webster, Phalen and Lichty (2014) use audience factors affecting exposure and media factors affecting exposure to develop a new “integrated model of audience behavior (p. 112-116). Explain this model and what it means to understanding an audience. Best method is to explain the model on page 113

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[SOLUTION] Diagram a Basic Distributed System Model

A retail enterprise that manufactures and distributes three clothing lines to 30 stores across the United States, is launching a globalization strategy. Their strategic plan includes increasing their online presence and expanding their distribution channels. The company has approximately 3,000 employees. Their headquarters is located in South Carolina and their primary manufacturing plants are located in Seattle and Maine. They want to open three international stores in Spain, England, and New Zealand. Their computing infrastructure contains approximately 500 computers, 300 printers, and 200 point-of-sale terminals connected to servers in South Carolina, Seattle, and Maine. Instructions: For this assignment, you must use a diagramming software, such as Visio, to create a distributed system model for the proposed expansion scenario. Your model should address the following requirements: Everyone in the headquarters should have access to the clothing-line catalog, shared files, and resources. Printers, scanners, routers, and switches must be identified. All employees must be able to access the corporate webpage and the corporate intranet for sales, shipping, and processing and internal administrative tasks. Once completed, copy and paste the diagram into a document and detail the advantages and disadvantages of your solution for a distributed system. Outside network images will not be accepted. The remaining assignments in this course will build on this diagram. Length: 3-5-page academic paper, not including title and resource pages or the original network diagram. Resources: Cite at least 3 scholarly resources The completed assignment should demonstrate thoughtful consideration of the ideas and concepts presented in the course by providing new thoughts and insights relating directly to this topic. Your response should reflect scholarly writing and current APA standards. articles/sources Annadurai, P. & Vijayalakshmi, S. (2016). Context centric cluster computing in AdHoc Network (C4). 2016 International Conference on Control…. Link   Celar, S. Mudnic, S. & Seremet, Z. (2016). State of the Art of Messaging for Distributed Computing Systems. Annals of DAAAM & Proceedings. 27298-307. Link   Mousavi, K. & Sharifi, M. (2014). AMRC: An algebraic model for reconfiguration of high performance cluster computing system at Runtime. Journal… Link   Rodriguez, J.M., Godoy, D., Mateos, C. & Zunino, A. (2017). A Multicore Computing Approach for Large Scale Multi-Label Classification Intelligent Data Link   Thiele, L. Wirth, T., Olbritch, M. Schierl, T. Haustein, T. & Frascolla, V. (2014). High performance cluster computing as a tool for 4G wireless… Link   Van Steen, M. & Tanenbaum, A.S. (2016). A Brief Introduction to Distributed Systems. Computing. 98(10), 967-1009. Link   Venkatesan, D. & Sridhar, S. (2017). A Novel Programming Framework for Architecting Next Generation Enterprise Scale Information System. Information.. Link   Yang, M., Min, G., Yang, W. & Li, Z. (2014). Software rejuvenation in cluster computing systems with dependency between nodes. Computing, 96(6)…. Link

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[SOLUTION] Electric Vehicle Launches

Porsche presses on with electric vehicle launches as it battles Tesla Porsche will press ahead with the launch of new electric models in the US despite sales in the country dropping by a fifth during the coronavirus crisis as the carmaker steps up plans to take on Tesla. “We haven’t got a plan to postpone anything in [America], and that’s true for other countries as well,” Oliver Blume, Porsche’s chief executive, told the Financial Times. But he added that current projections were based on there being no “second wave” of Covid-19 infections. Last year, the German luxury carmaker, which accounts for more than a quarter of parent Volkswagen’s profits, unveiled its flagship electric sports car, the Taycan, designed to compete with Tesla’s Model S. The Taycan 4S has been on sale in Tesla’s home market since the start of the year but, overall, Porsche sales in the US dropped 20 per cent in the first six months of the year, as the pandemic led to the shutdown of showrooms. Sales in Europe fell 18 per cent in the same period. Despite reversing sales, Porsche will not postpone the launches of electric versions of the Macan sport utility vehicle, Mr Blume said, as well as further Taycan variants, including a cheaper base model. However, the Taycan Cross Turismo, an estate version that had an original launch date for the end of the year, will be delayed until 2021 as Porsche attempts to improve its “break-even point”, where it starts to make profits, in the wake of the crisis. The Stuttgart-based carmaker posted an operating profit of €1.2bn in the first half of the year, despite lockdowns in several countries causing delays to deliveries and a prolonged shutdown of its plants in Zuffenhausen and Leipzig. Porsche’s global sales grew by almost 18 per cent on an annual basis in July, helped by demand for the Taycan and Cayenne models. Although the company scrapped its target of achieving a 15 per cent profit margin, Mr Blume said Porsche, which on Thursday unveiled a new hybrid version of its Panamera model, was “doing everything we can to achieve a two-figure return on sales again in 2020”. “No other European automotive manufacturer has been able to generate as much profit as Porsche in the first six months of 2020,” he added. The luxury brand was helped by a remarkable recovery in China, its single biggest market, where sales dropped by just 7 per cent from January to June, compared with a 12 per cent decline worldwide. Business in the country has since improved further, Mr Blume revealed. “We are nearly at the same level as in 2019,” he said, adding that he expected China to account for 30 per cent of Porsche’s sales this year. Source: Miller, J. (August 27, 2020). Porsche presses on with electric vehicle launches as it battles Tesla. Financial Times (online) (cited 7 October 2020). Retrieved from https://advance-lexis-com.ezproxy1.hw.ac.uk/api/document?collection=news&id=urn:contentItem:60P7-TKV1-JCM7-G0GD-00000-00&context=1516831. Questions 4. What global PESTEL factors have influenced the decision-making of Porsche’s senior management?   (Maximum Wordcount = 400)   5. According to the article Porsche was able to generate more profit than any other European automotive manufacturer in the last 6 months. What does this suggest about the strengths of Porsche’s positioning in its strategic group and the European industry in general?   (Maximum Wordcount = 800)   Section C: Read the case study and answer the questions that follow. To merge or not? You are an up-and-coming executive with a manufacturing company, and you have just been called late on Friday afternoon by your boss, who is the sole owner of the company. He has a very important task for you. C11CS Page 6 of 6 Your company makes mostly plastic (and some paper and metal) boxes for the food industry and he has just been thinking over a phone call from a rival who makes mostly metal and paper (and some plastic) boxes for the consumer electronics industry. The rival has suggested that they should explore the possibility of a merger. Both companies are medium-sized and the rival company also has a single owner who is an owner-manager. Your boss wants you to come to dinner tonight and brief him on your first reactions to the idea of the merger. He wants a brief based on these two questions. Questions 6. What major gains might be worth seeking from such a merger?   (Maximum Wordcount = 400)   7. What are the typical kinds of problems mergers experience?   (Maximum Wordcount = 400)

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[SOLUTION] Company Analysis Audio Presentation

THERE IS NO ESSAY REQUIRED………Students will create a PowerPoint presentation with voice audio. Obtain relevant information either in person or via Internet of a CEO, Manager, Director, or any key player within the organization. Deliverables for this assignment include: Engage the audience. Stay within the allotted time limit (approximately 10 minutes). Voice should be embedded on each slide. Must add value to what is presented on the slide to improve the understanding of your work. Suggested Questions for an Informational Interview -How did you get started in this field? -What is your educational background? -What are your major responsibilities? -What is the most/least rewarding aspect of your job? -What advice do you have for a person attempting to break into this career field? -What is the most common career path? -What are some lifestyle considerations for this career field? -What are some common entry-level positions in the field of _____? -What kind of salary range and benefits could an entry-level person expect to receive? -What is the best educational preparation for a career in this field? -Which classes and experience would be most helpful to obtain while still in college? -What is the turnover rate for the organization? What are potential career paths within the organization? -How do people find out about open positions in this field? -What is the outlook for this career?

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[ORDER SOLUTION] Electric Vehicle Launches

Porsche presses on with electric vehicle launches as it battles Tesla Porsche will press ahead with the launch of new electric models in the US despite sales in the country dropping by a fifth during the coronavirus crisis as the carmaker steps up plans to take on Tesla. “We haven’t got a plan to postpone anything in [America], and that’s true for other countries as well,” Oliver Blume, Porsche’s chief executive, told the Financial Times. But he added that current projections were based on there being no “second wave” of Covid-19 infections. Last year, the German luxury carmaker, which accounts for more than a quarter of parent Volkswagen’s profits, unveiled its flagship electric sports car, the Taycan, designed to compete with Tesla’s Model S. The Taycan 4S has been on sale in Tesla’s home market since the start of the year but, overall, Porsche sales in the US dropped 20 per cent in the first six months of the year, as the pandemic led to the shutdown of showrooms. Sales in Europe fell 18 per cent in the same period. Despite reversing sales, Porsche will not postpone the launches of electric versions of the Macan sport utility vehicle, Mr Blume said, as well as further Taycan variants, including a cheaper base model. However, the Taycan Cross Turismo, an estate version that had an original launch date for the end of the year, will be delayed until 2021 as Porsche attempts to improve its “break-even point”, where it starts to make profits, in the wake of the crisis. The Stuttgart-based carmaker posted an operating profit of €1.2bn in the first half of the year, despite lockdowns in several countries causing delays to deliveries and a prolonged shutdown of its plants in Zuffenhausen and Leipzig. Porsche’s global sales grew by almost 18 per cent on an annual basis in July, helped by demand for the Taycan and Cayenne models. Although the company scrapped its target of achieving a 15 per cent profit margin, Mr Blume said Porsche, which on Thursday unveiled a new hybrid version of its Panamera model, was “doing everything we can to achieve a two-figure return on sales again in 2020”. “No other European automotive manufacturer has been able to generate as much profit as Porsche in the first six months of 2020,” he added. The luxury brand was helped by a remarkable recovery in China, its single biggest market, where sales dropped by just 7 per cent from January to June, compared with a 12 per cent decline worldwide. Business in the country has since improved further, Mr Blume revealed. “We are nearly at the same level as in 2019,” he said, adding that he expected China to account for 30 per cent of Porsche’s sales this year. Source: Miller, J. (August 27, 2020). Porsche presses on with electric vehicle launches as it battles Tesla. Financial Times (online) (cited 7 October 2020). Retrieved from https://advance-lexis-com.ezproxy1.hw.ac.uk/api/document?collection=news&id=urn:contentItem:60P7-TKV1-JCM7-G0GD-00000-00&context=1516831. Questions 4. What global PESTEL factors have influenced the decision-making of Porsche’s senior management?   (Maximum Wordcount = 400)   5. According to the article Porsche was able to generate more profit than any other European automotive manufacturer in the last 6 months. What does this suggest about the strengths of Porsche’s positioning in its strategic group and the European industry in general?   (Maximum Wordcount = 800)   Section C: Read the case study and answer the questions that follow. To merge or not? You are an up-and-coming executive with a manufacturing company, and you have just been called late on Friday afternoon by your boss, who is the sole owner of the company. He has a very important task for you. C11CS Page 6 of 6 Your company makes mostly plastic (and some paper and metal) boxes for the food industry and he has just been thinking over a phone call from a rival who makes mostly metal and paper (and some plastic) boxes for the consumer electronics industry. The rival has suggested that they should explore the possibility of a merger. Both companies are medium-sized and the rival company also has a single owner who is an owner-manager. Your boss wants you to come to dinner tonight and brief him on your first reactions to the idea of the merger. He wants a brief based on these two questions. Questions 6. What major gains might be worth seeking from such a merger?   (Maximum Wordcount = 400)   7. What are the typical kinds of problems mergers experience?   (Maximum Wordcount = 400)

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[ORDER SOLUTION] Diagram a Basic Distributed System Model

A retail enterprise that manufactures and distributes three clothing lines to 30 stores across the United States, is launching a globalization strategy. Their strategic plan includes increasing their online presence and expanding their distribution channels. The company has approximately 3,000 employees. Their headquarters is located in South Carolina and their primary manufacturing plants are located in Seattle and Maine. They want to open three international stores in Spain, England, and New Zealand. Their computing infrastructure contains approximately 500 computers, 300 printers, and 200 point-of-sale terminals connected to servers in South Carolina, Seattle, and Maine. Instructions: For this assignment, you must use a diagramming software, such as Visio, to create a distributed system model for the proposed expansion scenario. Your model should address the following requirements: Everyone in the headquarters should have access to the clothing-line catalog, shared files, and resources. Printers, scanners, routers, and switches must be identified. All employees must be able to access the corporate webpage and the corporate intranet for sales, shipping, and processing and internal administrative tasks. Once completed, copy and paste the diagram into a document and detail the advantages and disadvantages of your solution for a distributed system. Outside network images will not be accepted. The remaining assignments in this course will build on this diagram. Length: 3-5-page academic paper, not including title and resource pages or the original network diagram. Resources: Cite at least 3 scholarly resources The completed assignment should demonstrate thoughtful consideration of the ideas and concepts presented in the course by providing new thoughts and insights relating directly to this topic. Your response should reflect scholarly writing and current APA standards. articles/sources Annadurai, P. & Vijayalakshmi, S. (2016). Context centric cluster computing in AdHoc Network (C4). 2016 International Conference on Control…. Link   Celar, S. Mudnic, S. & Seremet, Z. (2016). State of the Art of Messaging for Distributed Computing Systems. Annals of DAAAM & Proceedings. 27298-307. Link   Mousavi, K. & Sharifi, M. (2014). AMRC: An algebraic model for reconfiguration of high performance cluster computing system at Runtime. Journal… Link   Rodriguez, J.M., Godoy, D., Mateos, C. & Zunino, A. (2017). A Multicore Computing Approach for Large Scale Multi-Label Classification Intelligent Data Link   Thiele, L. Wirth, T., Olbritch, M. Schierl, T. Haustein, T. & Frascolla, V. (2014). High performance cluster computing as a tool for 4G wireless… Link   Van Steen, M. & Tanenbaum, A.S. (2016). A Brief Introduction to Distributed Systems. Computing. 98(10), 967-1009. Link   Venkatesan, D. & Sridhar, S. (2017). A Novel Programming Framework for Architecting Next Generation Enterprise Scale Information System. Information.. Link   Yang, M., Min, G., Yang, W. & Li, Z. (2014). Software rejuvenation in cluster computing systems with dependency between nodes. Computing, 96(6)…. Link

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[ORDER SOLUTION] Company Analysis Audio Presentation

THERE IS NO ESSAY REQUIRED………Students will create a PowerPoint presentation with voice audio. Obtain relevant information either in person or via Internet of a CEO, Manager, Director, or any key player within the organization. Deliverables for this assignment include: Engage the audience. Stay within the allotted time limit (approximately 10 minutes). Voice should be embedded on each slide. Must add value to what is presented on the slide to improve the understanding of your work. Suggested Questions for an Informational Interview -How did you get started in this field? -What is your educational background? -What are your major responsibilities? -What is the most/least rewarding aspect of your job? -What advice do you have for a person attempting to break into this career field? -What is the most common career path? -What are some lifestyle considerations for this career field? -What are some common entry-level positions in the field of _____? -What kind of salary range and benefits could an entry-level person expect to receive? -What is the best educational preparation for a career in this field? -Which classes and experience would be most helpful to obtain while still in college? -What is the turnover rate for the organization? What are potential career paths within the organization? -How do people find out about open positions in this field? -What is the outlook for this career?

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