Design the sampling and measurement plan then create a prototype of the survey instrument that will be used to collect primary data for your marketing research study.

Topic: Data Collection Methods Scenario: You are the new director of marketing for your chosen company. You have previously identified a marketing related problem or opportunity to study using marketing research principles. You have already identified a viable marketing related problem or opportunity to study, and you created research questions and objectives. You conducted research […]

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Provide a general introduction, background, and purpose of the paper, with your main statement resting on the idea of using statistical analysis to achieve better business decision and increase profitability and business activities.

Topic: Statistical analysis  Provide a general introduction, background, and purpose of the paper, with your main statement resting on the idea of using statistical analysis to achieve better business decision and increase profitability and business activities. Also include a discussion of the real estate industry and the impacts that influence the health, viability, and success […]

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Write a short paragraph describing your findings highlighting their importance for managerial decision-making. List a specific managerial function and the way the processed data can be used to meet the managerial objectives.

Exercise #2: Using the dataset from week 1 exercise, answer the following questions. Compare the following information between teaching and non-teaching hospitals using a t-test: What are the main significant differences between teaching and non-teaching hospitals? (use t-test) Comparing hospital net-benefit, which hospitals had better performance? (To answer this question, first compute the hospital net […]

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Briefly describe the author’s credentials, the scope of the study, the methodology, and findings of the piece. What insights did you glean from this study about the information behaviors of your community?

Topic: Blog 4 child abuse (The Involvement of Clinical Psychologists in Child Protection Work) Child Abuse Review Vol. 22: 367–376 (2013) Summarize one of the peer-reviewed studies relating to the information behaviors of your information community you have found. Briefly describe the author’s credentials, the scope of the study, the methodology, and findings of the […]

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If the cost of capital is 9 percent and an investment costs $56,000, should you make this investment if the estimated cash flows are $5,000 for years 1 through 3, $10,000 for years 4 through 6, and $15,000 for years 7 through 10?

Topic: Capital Budgeting Problems Using the computation tool(s) of your choice to determine NPV or IRR, answer the eight capital budgeting problems found at the following link: Capital Budgeting Problems Problem 1 A firm’s cost of capital is 12 percent. The firm has three investments to choose among; the cash flows of each are as follows:Cash […]

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Discuss. One morning, you overhear two colleagues discussing confidential information at a table at a donut shop. Do you have an ethical responsibility to report it? Why or why not?

Ethics Consider the following hypothetical scenarios: Company C requires you to report violations of the organization’s code of conduct to an ethics hotline or your manager. In the code of conduct, it states that anything confidential must be kept confidential and not doing so violates the code of conduct. One morning, you overhear two colleagues […]

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Strengths, Needs, and Cultural Assessment and Treatment Plan ( no wor count)

   Often in Human Services, it is helpful to obtain background information on your clients. This is often done via a psychosocial assessment. However, there are various approaches in obtaining this information. One common approach when working with families is referred to as the Strengths, Needs, and Cultural Assessment. This is a great way to […]

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In a multi-paragraph essay (1300-1400 words in MLA format) with an introduction, a body and a conclusion, explain Frankl’s theory of logotherapy.

Topic: Mans search for meaning logotherapy Viktor Frankl’s book, Man’s Search for Meaning, recounts his personal struggle to survive the horrors of the concentration camps of WWII. In order to cope with extreme conditions designed to humiliate, dehumanize and eventually destroy the inmate, Frankl developed a therapeutic doctrine he called “logotherapy,” which focuses on the […]

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