Message to the writer: Before writing the report put M00538916 Ekeno Akpan in all correspondence. Your brand audit should include an outline of the brand identity and brief indications of the critical analysis of the current situation for the brand. The brand audit report should be about the brand H & M. In the brand audit report/coursework on the chosen brand which is H & M you need to introduce the brand, highlight the brand (corporate, product or service), vision/mission statement, the brand values, the brand identity, and goals. Give evidence from the digital media. The writer will also need to discuss the critical situation analysis: Include the brief brand audit, including brand performance analysis (e.g brand image and other customer-based brand equity elements) in comparison to the brand identity, positioning, aims and goals. The writer will need to compare performance with key competitors. The writer may conduct limited online and offline exploratory research to support your analysis. Focus on critical analysis of available information. In this report you are only expected to submit indications of how you will tackle the critical analysis (maybe in point form). All sources of relevant referencing can be used. The writer must conduct meaningful, albeit preliminary, critical situation analysis
Please write a panel abstract for me and my partner to present together. instructions below:
Work together to write a panel abstract for the conference presentations on the last day of class. You can also consider this format to prepare for your peer review presentations after Thanksgiving.
How to write a conference panel abstract:
1. Introduction to the topic and why it’s important to discuss
2. Summary of each presenter’s paper (just a couple of sentence each max)
3. “Together, these papers show…”
An example of a panel abstract:
Title: “Teaching China Today”
This panel discusses the relevance of teaching in shaping the present and future of Chinese studies. Like any other field of study, Chinese studies benefit from new research as much as the training of new generations of scholars, as well as promoting the importance of Chinese studies in departments with a stronger focus on Anglophone cultures.
The speakers will explore the tension between research and teaching, and ways in which these can be mutually informative, by presenting syllabi and lesson plans of their own design. Presenter 1 discusses the theoretical and practical challenges of integrating Chinese philosophy into standard philosophy courses, with an invitation to reflect on the boundaries of “philosophy” as a discipline. Presenter 2 explores the role of researching ancient China by proposing a wider integration of manuscriipt studies for premodern Chinese history. Presenter 3 proposes that instructors of modern Chinese history place heavier emphasis on the contributions of Chinese migration and transnationalism. On a pedagogical level, the examples presented by the panelists invite help instructors of Chinese history, language, and material culture to consider how to incorporate their own specialized research into teaching, the teaching promotion of specialized research to their fields to non-specialist audiences and undergraduates, reorienting how students and non-specialists think of Chinese history. More broadly, the panel considers the current status of Chinese studies in the disciplines addressed by each speaker and proposes ideas on expanding their future role in the humanities. A shared goal is that of giving students means to open venues to think independently about Chinese studies.
Kindly go through the instructions attached in the screenshots. I don’t have access to the book so please keep that in mind. It has to be the following: Lawrence, A.,
1.) Why are so many IT projects perceived as failures? This week’s notes suggest many success factors for implementing IT projects – either by clustering common success factors or by selecting the most important success factors, discerning three critical success factors and discussing their importance. What is the best way to evaluate the success or failure of public sector IT projects? Is the objective evaluation of IT projects possible? Is ROI analysis useful in the public sector?
2.) Do you agree or disagree with the findings and conclusions in the Trust article by Morgeson et al? Why or why not?
3.) Have you ever observed the implementation of new IT initiatives in your department/organization? What were the strengths and weaknesses? What was the most important factor? What ethical considerations should be made in technology management? Do they lead to any failures in IT implementation?
I want a good resume for Customer Service representative. I worked at ISG for 2years doing customer service representative selling tv and internet for Dish Network. I worked at Adapt Health selling PAP Supplies and nebulizer Medication for a year I make inbound calls and outbound as well. I did Merchandiser at SAS retail stores for a years. I work for DTV doing Customer Service representatives for 2 years I answered inbound calls help customers with their billing issues, retain existing customers, help with plans change for Customers and help with movers.
** This is a discussion post of the python scriipt that I will upload **
In your initial post, address the following items:
Check to be sure your scatterplots of miles per gallon against horsepower and weight of the car were included in your attachment. Do the plots show any trend? If yes, is the trend what you expected? Why or why not? See Steps 2 and 3 in the Python scriipt.
What are the coefficients of correlation between miles per gallon and horsepower? Between miles per gallon and the weight of the car? What are the directions and strengths of these coefficients? Do the coefficients of correlation indicate a strong correlation, weak correlation, or no correlation between these variables? See Step 4 in the Python scriipt.
Write the multiple regression equation for miles per gallon as the response variable. Use weight and horsepower as predictor variables. See Step 5 in the Python scriipt. How might the car rental company use this model?
I choose case 2 per the instructions.
This assignment will help you gain a better understanding of population level data and epidemiology to evaluate finance and economic implications.
In this second part of the project, provide information to supplement the initial analysis.
Use the information from Population Health, Part 1 (from Week 5) as background information.
Write a minimum 825-word analysis in which you do the following:
Select at least 2 different financial or economic implications as result of the health condition you addressed in Part 1.
Summarize the findings in terms of the financial and/or economic implications for the community, population group, and healthcare organization.
Make recommendations for any additional financial or economic analyses that should be conducted.
Analyze the potential effect of the results in terms of strategic planning for a healthcare or community health organization, including treatment or services modification, care delivery, and preventive measures from a strategic planning perspective.
Format your paper according to APA guidelines.
Four-Day Food Journal and Cronometer Reports
1.a. Food Journal.
Record/write everything you eat and drink and estimate (as close to accurate as you can be) of the amounts of each food item for four consecutive days. One of these days must be a Saturday or a Sunday. Use the suggested “tips” for estimating portion sizes in chapter 2 of the textbook. (After measuring the first few food items you should be able to visually estimate the amounts of each food you eat.) If you are taking supplements (vitamins, minerals, proteins, etc.) record the type of supplement and the dosage you are taking but DO NOT enter this as part of your data.
As you record your food intake, you need to also keep a separate journal of your daily living and any organized exercise and activities; your feelings and emotions; when, where, and why you choose the foods you eat. The daily journals must be kept during the same days you are recording your food intake. There is no specific format for the journal; I prefer a short daily narrative. The information in your journal will help you examine your food habits and help you interpret and analyze the results of your food intake record. (The printout of your entries in the computer is only your raw data
* Nutrition Challenge: See if you can increase your plant food (fruit/vegetable/legume) intake as you complete this project.
1.b. Cronometer Data
Enter your food journal data into Cronometer, and get summary reports for the four days of your journal.
Instructions for using Cronometer:
Visit www.cronometer.com (Links to an external site.), and set up a free account, entering your height, weight, and age information.
In the “Diary” tab, enter your food consumption for each day, by clicking “Add Food,” and typing the foods you’ve had into the search engine. You can also add physical activity by clicking “Add Exercise.”
Once you’ve completed your 4-day diary, you can get your averages for the 4 days by doing the following:
Select the “Trends” tab, at the top of the page.
In the “Daily Averages for” field, the software will only show averages for the last 7 days, so select that option, and then in the field to the right, select the option “Non-Empty Days.” This will prevent your averages from being distorted by days with no data.
Scroll down and you will see the information from the last four days summarized.
Take screen shots of the reports. You can paste these directly into your assignment, or you can attach them separately as PDFs. Note: the “Print Report” function only works for paid subscribers, so you will not be able to access it. The screen shot option will allow you to use this software for the assignment without having to sign up for a paid subscriiption.
What does review the data mean? How do I analyze data?…….
Read and review the data reports (listed above). These results will help you assess your eating habits and nutrient intake so that can write your observational “first person (I) essay.”
In reviewing your nutrient intake results (printout) note any variations in your daily intake. Look at energy and individual nutrient intake values and determine adequacy compared to the recommendations.
Examine your daily journal and look for habitual consumption of the same foods at certain times, with whom you eat, when etc. Look for consistencies and inconsistencies in your food and beverage intake as well as your activities. For example: On the day you were so tired and sleepy by 2:30 in the afternoon is this also the day you only had a doughnut and coffee for breakfast and you skipped lunch? The day you went out for pizza and beer was also the day you had the highest Calorie consumption. Was it the pizza?
All these observations will help you determine not only how much or how little you eat, but also will help identify the circumstances when you choose to eat certain foods and other factors that might affect the overall adequacy of your energy and nutrient intake. The data can be very revealing.
What to write about..the “I” essay..: analysis and interpretation of results
Based on the results of the computerized nutrient intake analysis and the notes in your daily journal you must write a 3-4 page first person essay about the adequacy of your diet, your eating habits and the varying patterns you observed from your daily food consumption. In your essay reflect on and address the following:
How did you do with the “Nutrition challenge”:
How did adding more fruits/vegetable/legumes/nuts to your diet go?
What were the stumbling blocks you noticed?
What are some changes you could make in the future to ensure success?
Please do not write things to be hard on yourself but rather share some of your insights and ideas that are empowering.
What nutrients came up low (Calories, protein, fiber, vitamins, minerals, etc.)?
What foods could you include in your diet to increase each of these nutrients in your diet? (List each nutrient that you are low in, one by one, and some rich food sources for each). (Refer to your computer printouts when answering this question. Use your text and resources provided to help answer this.
How “Heart Healthy” was your diet (review what nutrients are specifically important to heart health in your text)?
List any heart healthy foods that you ate; how do these foods impact your health
How did you do on your computer printout with total fat, saturated fat, cholesterol and sodium compared to the recommendations?
Comment on your personal risks and goals.
Give practical ideas to address your heart health.
What have you learned about yourself from keeping your dietary intake record and journal of your daily activities?
What surprises and insights about your eating habits have you made?
What nutritional principles do you feel secure about? What would you like to work on?
What aspect of your eating is affected or controlled by your emotions? When do you notice you eat more; when you are alone or in the company of others? How does stress impact your food habits? How does consuming alcohol impact your food behavior? What did you notice about eating at work/school vs. at home?
What time of day do you consume the most of your calories? Where do you consume most of your calories?
How did your physical activity impact your hunger? Appetite?
Did calorie intake match your activity levels? How did they differ?
How did your eating habits change in the last 5 to 10 years?
What possible factors or situations triggered these changes?
Are you satisfied with your eating habits and overall nutrient intake?
What improvements might you want to make on your diet and lifestyle so as to promote longevity and a good quality of life?
By now you should be acquainted with the software, Cronometer.
Enter your personal profile.
Enter each food item in the computer according to the instructions. Remember NOT to enter the supplements, otherwise the nutrient values of your intake will be skewed.
When you have entered the information for all four days, get screen shots of the summary results, including the following:
Nutrient Targets, and
This week you will create a rough publish of the Sociology Analysis Project. This give you with the opportunity to take the information from the Initial Worksheet and start to develop the Final Paper. The rough publish should include:
an introduction to the paper (about 1 paragraph)
a summary of the series/movie/graphic novel/novel (approx. 1-2 pages)
an analysis of each of the sociological concepts you selected (between 2-3 pages)
a synthesis where you make connections between the three sociological concepts you selected (about 2 paragraphs)
a conclusion of the paper (about 1 paragraph)
Some of these elements can be taken directly from the initial worksheet or expanded upon but other elements will need to be added. This will give you the chance to receive additional feedback for your final paper to ensure you have included all of the required elements and submit a polished and professional paper.
The rough publish and subsequent final publish should be written in APA format. This includes Times New Roman or Arial size 12 font, 1 inch margins, double spacing, in-text citations, and references. Please review the project directions for help with in-text citations and references.