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Groupthink occurs when group members choose not to voice their concerns or objections because they would rather keep the peace and not annoy or antagonize others. Sometimes groupthink occurs because the group has a positive team spirit and camaraderie, and individual group members don’t want that to change by introducing conflict. It can also occur because past successes have made the team complacent where Conformity is the process of matching attitudes, beliefs, and behaviors to group norms. Conformity can be caused by a willingness to follow rules, comply with leadership wishes, and the desire for a sense of protection and security.

*Groupthink can happen in any organization, big or small, business or non-profit, and private or public. The key is to realize when it is happening in a group setting and then make the right changes that best fit the organization’s goals and objectives.

In the video below, we will see an example of teaching groupthink to students and the importance of enabling others to think for themselves.

Please read through both sections before proceeding to the next page, and refer back whenever necessary.

Once you have watched the video and read the case study, use the following guidelines to write your paper:

This assignment is to be at least 3 pages long (and not more than 5), not including title and reference pages, and should follow the formatting requirements in the College of Business Writing Style Guide.

Introduction

  • Introduce the topic and summarize the paper.

The main body of the paper

  • What are the general concepts of groupthink?
  • How can groupthink impact group decision making?
  • What are some ways to eliminate groupthink in a group environment?
  • Provide a personal example of groupthink in an organization that you have been part of.

Conclusion

  • Provide a summary of the paper.
  • Provide an overview of what the reader should take away from the paper (purpose).

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For this articles the topic will be  Aviation Maintenance Technician

Consider that you are a writer for a widely distributed aviation magazine. Your boss has charged you with writing an article on employment trends in the industry. For example: If you want to be an Aviation Maintenance Technician are there any gaps Consider that you are a writer for a widely distributed aviation magazine. Your boss has charged you with writing an article on employment trends in the industry. For example: If you want to be an Aviation Maintenance Technician are there any gaps or surpluses in that field? If so, where are they?

Your article must be 2-3 pages, not including the title page and reference page. Through the lens of your chosen career field address the following elements:

  • Identify the major contributors/companies in your career field.
  • Which of these companies are currently/actively hiring?
  • Examine the impact of employment trends on the industry, explaining what it means for those just entering the field.
  • Explain gaps or surpluses in that field.
  • APA format required.

Article writing resources and industry trend articles are on the 4.1 Resources page. 

Grading and Other Information

Your article/paper must be supported by a minimum of three scholarly references, should be grammatically sound, and free of spelling errors. You must include a properly formatted title page, in-text citations where appropriate, and a reference page formatted according to current APA guidelines. If you have any questions regarding APA requirements, please refer to the current APA manual or ask your instructor.

Please refer to the rubric to ensure that you have a thorough understanding of the expectations and grading scale for this activity.

Save your assignment using a naming convention that includes your first and last name and the activity number (or description). Do not add punctuation or special characters.

Your paper will automatically be evaluated through Turnitin when you submit your assignment in this activity. Turnitin is a service that checks your work for improper citation or potential plagiarism by comparing it against a database of web pages, student papers, and articles from academic books and publications. Ensure that your work is entirely your own and that you have not plagiarized any material! surpluses in that field? If so, where are they?

Your article must be 2-3 pages, not including the title page and reference page. Through the lens of your chosen career field address the following elements:

  • Identify the major contributors/companies in your career field.
  • Which of these companies are currently/actively hiring?
  • Examine the impact of employment trends on the industry, explaining what it means for those just entering the field.
  • Explain gaps or surpluses in that field.
  • APA format required.

Article writing resources and industry trend articles are on the 4.1 Resources page. 

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In this activity, you will identify items associated with three phases of survivability (impact, egress, and environment). Integrate the CREEP (see Chapter 36 of your textbook) method into your evaluation. Access the Virtual Hub and enter the Crash and Hangar Labs to access the crash site and aircraft.

Take photographs, create diagrams, etc., of your findings to support your response. 

Export your findings to the Word document and save to your folder.

Consider the following when in the Crash Lab:

Describe CREEP as the term relates to crash survivability.

Did you detect any obvious signature revealing issues with survivability? Compare and contrast your findings. 

Your response to the question(s) should be precise, clear, relevant, and succinct. You are not required to respond with a specific amount of words. You should reply to at least 2 classmates by adding substance to others’ posts, be diplomatic, and polite. Look for any additional questions or comments your instructor may reply to you on before the last day of the module week

Required Course Materials

Title: Aircraft Accident Investigation

ISBN: 978-1892944177

Authors: Richard H. Wood and Robert W. Sweginnis

Publisher: Endeavor Books

Publication Date: 2006

Edition: 2nd

Format: Textbook

Please read through all sections before proceeding to the next page, and refer back whenever necessary.

Aircraft Accident Investigation (Wood & Sweginnis, 2006)

  • Chapter 14 – Cockpit Instruments
  • Chapter 18 – Aircraft Recorders (reacquaint yourself with this chapter)

Air Detective Tips & Resources

Please read through all sections before proceeding to the next page, and refer back whenever necessary.

Optional, but Recommended: After reading the Tipsheet, take the Air Detective Tips Review #4 knowledge check to reinforce some of the content. The matching bank may display under the questions.

Please proceed to the Cockpit Instruments & Switches section.

Cockpit Instruments & Switches

Please read through all sections before proceeding to the next page, and refer back whenever necessary.

Review this presentation for a visual display of post-crash instrumentation. Cockpit instrumentation can provide useful information regarding the crashed aircraft.

Instrumentation (PPTX)

Review the following presentations and read the files regarding the application of Flight Data Recorders (FDR) and Cockpit Voice Recorders (CVR) in accident investigation. These data capture systems have become the primary element in the assessment of causation. Advancement in these technologies is elevating the capability to capture a broader spectrum of data associated with flight safety, both in a proactive manner and in the reactive accident investigative process.

The first website contains links to CVR transcripts and may have some actual CVR audio files as well as some air traffic control audio clips.

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What are the different opinions about helping others and/or sacrificing that are portrayed in each of these video clips? What do you agree with? What do you disagree with? Why?

Is altruism real? Common? Are people, by nature helpful or selfish?

  • Is altruism morally “right”? Or morally “wrong”? Explain your perspective.
  • Can a selfish person be a moral person? A self-interested person? What is the difference, if there is any, between being selfish and being self-interested? Between acting prudently and acting morally?
  • Is there a difference in sacrificing for a loved one (as in the Hunger Games scenario) and sacrificing for a stranger? Is one more altruistic than the other? Explain your perspective.
  • How is the bystander effect related to issues of altruism and/or egoism?After you have viewed the videos, address the following questions:
  • What are the different opinions about helping others and/or sacrificing that are portrayed in each of these video clips? What do you agree with? What do you disagree with? Why?
  • Is altruism real? Common? Are people, by nature helpful or selfish?

Is altruism morally “right”? Or morally “wrong”? Explain your perspective.

  • Can a selfish person be a moral person? A self-interested person? What is the difference, if there is any, between being selfish and being self-interested? Between acting prudently and acting morally?
  • Is there a difference in sacrificing for a loved one (as in the Hunger Games scenario) and sacrificing for a stranger? Is one more altruistic than the other? Explain your perspective.
  • How is the bystander effect related to issues of altruism and/or egoism?After you have viewed the videos, address the following questions:
  • What are the different opinions about helping others and/or sacrificing that are portrayed in each of these video clips? What do you agree with? What do you disagree with? Why?
  • Is altruism real? Common? Are people, by nature helpful or selfish?
  • Is altruism morally “right”? Or morally “wrong”? Explain your perspective.

Can a selfish person be a moral person? A self-interested person? What is the difference, if there is any, between being selfish and being self-interested? Between acting prudently and acting morally?

  • Is there a difference in sacrificing for a loved one (as in the Hunger Games scenario) and sacrificing for a stranger? Is one more altruistic than the other? Explain your perspective.
  • How is the bystander effect related to issues of altruism and/or egoism?
  • After you have viewed the videos, address the following questions:
  • What are the different opinions about helping others and/or sacrificing that are portrayed in each of these video clips? What do you agree with? What do you disagree with? Why?
  • Is altruism real? Common? Are people, by nature helpful or selfish?
  • Is altruism morally “right”? Or morally “wrong”? Explain your perspective.

Can a selfish person be a moral person? A self-interested person? What is the difference, if there is any, between being selfish and being self-interested? Between acting prudently and acting morally?

Is there a difference in sacrificing for a loved one (as in the Hunger Games scenario) and sacrificing for a stranger? Is one more altruistic than the other? Explain your perspective.

The Hunger Games: Katniss and Peeta Reaping Scene (3:59) (Links to an external site.)

The Bystander Effect is Complicated – Here’s Why (16:57) (Links to an external site.

After you have viewed the videos, address the following questions:

What are the different opinions about helping others and/or sacrificing that are portrayed in each of these video clips? What do you agree with? What do you disagree with? Why?
Is altruism real? Common? Are people, by nature helpful or selfish?
Is altruism morally “right”? Or morally “wrong”? Explain your perspective.
Can a selfish person be a moral person? A self-interested person? What is the difference, if there is any, between being selfish and being self-interested? Between acting prudently and acting morally?
Is there a difference in sacrificing for a loved one (as in the Hunger Games scenario) and sacrificing for a stranger? Is one more altruistic than the other? Explain your perspective.
How is the bystander effect related to issues of altruism and/or egoism?

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The bulk of the research is complete. need to add abstract, and review against the rubric.

For this activity, you will compile all the information you have gathered, including feedback from your instructor, to complete your paper. Oftentimes in research, the literature reveals trends or unique elements that had not been previously considered in light of existing constraints. This is the heart of research! Looking at things from a slightly different perspective can make all the difference. It can expose opportunities that have not yet been fully explored. The project size will be approximately 6 to 7 pages of text in length.

Review the following for the order and requirements for each section of this assignment:

  1. Title page.
  2. Abstract: An abstract is a brief, comprehensive summary of the contents of the paper, including your conclusion and recommendation. Review the resource section of this module for additional information on how to write an abstract.
  3. Introduction: A brief overview of what you are researching, why, and an overview of your research process (including the main topics you will review). This should be approximately one paragraph. Include any previous recommendations or comments from your instructor.
  4. Background: Describe what led to the problem, explain the extent of the problem, and why it is necessary to research and resolve the problem. This should be 2-3 paragraphs. Include any previous recommendations or comments from your instructor.
  5. Literature Review: Provide historical background on the area you are researching, provide a contemporary context in which your research is situated, identify any trends in the literature related to your problem, identifies gaps in the literature, draw conclusions based on the literature (what we know about the problem). This should be 2-3 pages. Include any previous recommendations or comments from your instructor.
  6. Data Analysis and Results: Through the analysis of data, state your findings. This should be approximately one page. Include any previous recommendations or comments from your instructor.
  7. Conclusions: Based on the results of your data, interpret what they mean in the context of your problem and from an industry perspective. This should be 2-3 paragraphs. Include any previous recommendations or comments from your instructor.
  8. Recommendation: Based on the results and conclusions, state your recommendation to address the problem. This should be 2-3 paragraphs. Include any previous recommendations or comments from your instructor.
  9. Resources

Save your assignment using a naming convention that includes your first and last name and the activity number (or description). Do not add punctuation or special characters.

Your paper will automatically be evaluated through Turnitin when you submit your assignment in this activity. Turnitin is a service that checks your work for improper citation or potential plagiarism by comparing it against a database of web pages, student papers, and articles from academic books and publications. Ensure that your work is entirely your own and that you have not plagiarized any material!

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Part 2 – Choosing Glider Designs for Testing (Individual Work)In part 2 of the project, each member of the team will choose two competition glider designs that they will individually build and test as potential choices for the glider designs to enter into the competition.TasksResearch and decide on two glider designs – one designed for long-distance, and another designed for a long duration of the flight. Your objective is to choose two gliders that will, independently, do very well in each category.1. In choosing the designs, keep the following restrictions in mind:Each glider’s materials will be restricted to a single, complete sheet of 8.5 x 11-inch standard weight copy paper (20 lb bond / standard A4 format – mass = 4.5 grams). The glider will be modified by folding only – no addition of other materials, ripping, gluing, or cutting. You are not restricted in any way on the sources used to find potential glider designs, but here are two sources: Amazing Paper Planes – Basic Dart DesignsFold N’ Fly2. Before making a final decision on your two choices, do some preliminary testing of each design. Build one or two test gliders according to the instructions, and do some test flights to get a rough idea of how it performs. a) Experiment with different thrust methods for each of the test glider designs for achieving the objective (distance or duration of flight). HINT: review the videos of the world record glider flights in Paper Airplane Project Part 1 on the course website. b) If one or both designs perform poorly in this preliminary testing, choose a different design. c) Repeat step 2. until you’ve found promising choices for each of the two required design types.

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3. Formulate a hypothesis* for each of your chosen designs. Include predictions for how each of the four main forces that act on aircraft will affect the motion of the glider in allowing it to achieve its objective (distance or duration). * You may want to review the definition of a hypothesis from our lesson on the scientific method in Module 14. Create a document that includes: a) the name of each glider design) a reference (URL) that contains an image of each glider and the instructions for building it) the hypothesis for each design (see 3. above)d) A description for how to thrust should be imparted to each glider design to maximize its desired performance (distance or duration) in competition.5. Submit your document within Paper Airplane Project Part 2 on the course website. Looking ahead: in part 3 of the project, you will individually build and test your chosen glider designs. In part 4 (the final part) of the project, you will submit a summary of your testing results for each glider design to the team, and the team will be based on the results of all team member testing, collectively decide on the two designs that will be used in the competition.

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I’m working on a writing question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.

Pick a controversial ethical topic or moral issue. . It is best to keep the topic very focused for this short assignment.

Decide what your position is on the topic and prepare to explain why. Pick one or more ethical theories to justify your beliefs about the topic.

  1. Conduct quality research on the topic and present that research. A good topic of choice will feature at least five professional sources from articles and academic studies are best. Examples are scholarly periodicals, journals, books, research forums, and Internet periodicals by reputable organizations. You may also use reputable news media (Newsweek, Time, government publications, and web sites), but these do not count toward your total references requirement (five required). Do not use encyclopedias, dictionaries, Wikipedia, and popular forums or Internet web sites.
  2. Create a 10-minute slide style presentation . Present both sides of the issue fairly; then justify your viewpoint. End with at least three ethical discussion questions about the topic. Include a slide that lists your references in APA format . Make sure your presentation features an appropriate number of slides and presents the information as clearly as possible. Avoid including slides with too many words, lack of clarity, and poor grammar. Use illustrations where appropriate. Utilize the notes section of the slide for large chunks of text or supporting information

Presentation Outline

  1. Your presentation must follow this outline:
  2. Title Slide – This first slide must include the presentation title, your full name, and the date.

Body Slide- The next slides will contain an explanation and summary of both sides of the issue. Use your research to objectively (your opinion will come later) present the facts and opinions of both sides fairly. In your slides, cite (current APA format) the research you use, including citations. Your explanation and summaries should be in-depth, thus taking up several slides (should be 3+ slides). Use the notes section of the slide if you feel the slides are becoming crowded with too much text. Relate any principles, concepts, or information from your textbook into your presentation.

Reference Slide – This next slide must list all sources in the current APA format.

Opinion Slide – This next slide is your opinion. Present your own opinion about the controversy. You must explain why you believe what you do. Also, tie your opinion to one or more of the ethical approaches discussed in the textbook. State this ethical approach on the slide and explain why the approach is the right. Ex. “Utilitarian approach” focuses on consequences of abortion, more infant deaths vs. reduced back-alley deaths; deontology approach, does a fetus have rights vs. rights of mother; etc. Use the text or another professional source to support your stance. Be sure to properly cite your sources accordingly.

Conclusion and Discussion Questions Slide – Provide a summary of your presentation and close your presentation with three discussion questions about the topic. Think about these questions. Your questions must be ethically challenging and tough. You want your questions to really invoke a great deal of discussion

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Simulator transfer of training (ToT) is a term used to describe to what extent a skill learned in a training device can be applied in the actual aircraft without requiring additional airborne training. Controlled experiments can actually measure ToT as a numerical value. For instance, a ToT of 0.5 means that for every hour spent in a simulation device, one-half hour of training in the aircraft can be eliminated, i.e., 50% of the simulator training transfers to the aircraft. A positive ToT equates to monetary savings on fuel and instructor hours, as well as wear and tear on the aircraft. The FAA and Part 121 carriers in the US (and most nations) operate on the assumption that the multi-million dollar Class C/D simulators used for pilot training have a ToT of very close to 1.0, meaning no additional training is required in the aircraft. This is why the FAA allows a new First Officer to fly a revenue flight as his or her first flight in that aircraft, though under the supervision of an instructor Captain.

However, studies have shown that even very basic simulation devices can also lead to a high transfer of training of both technical and CRM skills. Other studies indicate that motion or high-resolution visual displays may not be necessary for high ToT.

This module week, you will discuss whether or not full motion, high fidelity simulators should continue to be required to train airline pilots, as is the current situation. Could simpler/cheaper Flight Training Devices be used instead? Can manual flying procedures such as instrument approaches be effectively taught in BATDs or AATDs (see FAA Advisory Circular AC 61-136A – PDF)? Download AATDs (see FAA Advisory Circular AC 61-136A – PDF)?What about CRM? Can CRM skills be taught, practiced, and evaluated in a simulator that does not have full motion or high-res visuals? Does the specific skill being taught affect the outcome?

Support your position with more than just opinion or by stating, “motion makes a sim more like the aircraft, so it must be better.” 

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This module we will look at both the Challenger crash that happened in 1986 and the Columbia crash that happened 17 years later. What you will do in this module is pick one of these crashes and analyze it using a Fault tree analysis. Watch both videos first, then decide which crash you want to focus on. Then read the rest of the information for the crash you want to use to accomplish your case study. Be advised, the discussion topic this week will discuss some issues from both of these crashes so you will need to be familiar with some of the issues that occurred in both.

Videos

First, view the following videos:

Challenger:

Columbia:

Readings

Second, read the following sources:

Challenger:

Chapters 4 and 6 of the Presidential Commission Report, also known as the Rogers Report, on the Challenger accident (NASA).

Columbia:

Read the parts of the Columbia accident investigation that are applicable to your project. Chapter 2 is the flight sequence. Chapter 3 is the accident analysis. Chapters 5 – 7 discuss the issues at NASA and compare some of the issues between the Columbia crash and the Challenger crash.

Columbia Accident Investigation Board: Report, Vol. 1 (Links to an external site.) (Alexander Street via the Hunt Library)

Assignment Instructions

If you chose the Challenger crash accomplish the following:

Based upon the things you have read and watched on the causes of the Challenger explosion and your own thoughts on what may have contributed it, put yourself in the shoes of the engineering team developing the O-rings for the SRBs. Construct a fault tree analysis of the O-ring construction, keeping in mind the possibilities of temperature changes and other weather considerations.

If you chose the Columbia Crash:

Based on the things you have read and watched on the causes of the Columbia reentry explosion and your own thoughts on what may have contributed to it, put yourself in the shoes of the engineering team developing the foam construction on the main fuel tank of the launcher. Construct a fault tree of the fuel tank foam construction, keeping in mind the possibility of foam coming off during the launch and any other considerations you may deem important such as temperature, weather, or vibration.

From your fault tree, draw conclusions in the form of a one to two page summary about the risks you found, their criticality based upon the risk assessment matrix, and probable ways to mitigate the risks that your fault tree showed. Your summary should include an actual fault tree, showing correct transition gates, and a short narrative of the analysis. If you are unable to get a computer program that will draw the gates correctly, it is OK to hand draw the fault tree out legibly and scan it in for submission. Sometimes it is more important to get the information to the boss quickly as opposed to spending the time finding a computer to build it on. As always, if you need to do more research to accomplish this task, feel free. Just be sure to cite your sources accordingly.

This assignment has two requirements that must be completed. The first is a fault tree presenting the data you selected to analyze (an example is found in the Ericson text). The second is a short narrative to the boss telling them why the items you show in your chart are important and need to be addressed. Both of these must be turned in for this case study.

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Immigration, World Poverty, and Gumballs (6:07) (Links to an external site.) (Links to an external site.) – In this video, presenter Roy Beck addresses global humanitarian U.S. immigration and puts World Bank and U.S. Census Bureaus data into perspective.

The Hidden Reason For Poverty The World Needs to Address Now (22:06) (Links to an external site.) – In this TED Talk, civil rights lawyer Gary Haugen reveals the dark underlying cause of poverty that we much recognize and act on now.

Ethical Consumerism and The Power of Having a Choice/Voice (17:57) – In this TEDx Talk, Jason Garman discusses ethical consumerism and the power of having a choice and a voice. He discusses this power and asks his audience, “how will you use that power?”

Fair Trade: A Just World Starts With You (9:12) – In this TEDx Talk, Benjamin Conard presents the power of a consumer and that everyday purchases should be an extension of our values.

3 Reasons Why We Can Win The Fight Against Poverty (13:14) – In this TED Talk, activist Andrew Youn addresses a similar factor among the world’s poorest people. In this eye-opening talk, he shows how his group, One Acre Fund, is helping these people lift themselves out of poverty. He provides a new understanding of the scale of the world’s biggest problem and how we can fight against poverty.

Thoughtfully reflect on the issues discussed in the video(s) you viewed. Address the following points in your discussion:

  • What is the speaker’s point of view about the topic? Is the speaker biased?
  • What ethical issues and ethical reasoning are argued?
  • Do you think that world poverty issues have moral and ethical implications? Why or why not?
  • Do you agree with the speaker’s point of view? Be specific and thorough. Express how and why you agree or disagree and discuss how ethics and values contribute to your opinion. Consider the theoretical concepts discussed in the course. Do not just state your viewpoint, rather provide relevant details to support your findings and/or position.

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I’m working on a writing question and need an explanation to help me study.

Aircraft corrosion is a perennial problem and will continue to be problematic as long as metals continue to be used in aircraft construction. Corrosion prone areas in an aircraft are exhaust trail areas, battery compartments and battery vent openings, bilge areas (sumps for waste hydraulic fluid, water, etc.), wheel well and landing gear, wing flap and spoiler recesses, external skin, and the engine front and cooling air vents. In geographic regions with high humidity, acid rain, or proximity to salt water, aircraft corrosion must be vigilantly protected against.

The primary methods of corrosion control are 1) materials selection (e.g., anodized or alodized alloy), 2) pre-treatment (trivalent chromium, epoxy primer), 3) finish layer (e.g., Alclad, paint, wax or oil, polyurethane, polymers, sol-gel, nanoparticles, sacrificial metallic coating), 4) drainage (removal of water, the most common electrolyte), 5) corrosion-inhibiting compounds.

Initial Post

Choose a recent news article highlighting a current event or recent research from an online science news source such as Science Daily, (Links to an external site.) Science News, (Links to an external site.) or Phys.org Spotlight Science News (Science X) (Links to an external site.) regarding aircraft corrosion. The article could focus on corrosion mechanisms, corrosion control, or corrosion-resistant materials. Just be sure that the article centers on aircraft corrosion. Do not use reference websites like Wikipedia. If you use a blog, you must thoroughly evaluate the credibility of the author.

Construct an engaging 3-paragraph initial post that covers the following points:

  • Paragraph 1: Briefly summarize the main points of the article in your own words.
  • Paragraph 2: Discuss one or more specific ways that the article is directly tied to the concepts studied in this module.
  • Paragraph 3: Give us “your take” on the relevance and importance of the article’s main points by providing personal points of view or related experiences.

Embed at least one graphic or video that helps visualize some aspect of your initial post discussion

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Thoughtfully reflect on the issues discussed in the talks that you have watched. In your discussion, address the following points:(choose two videos)

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You will continue to develop Section IV of the Strategic Audit Report (started in Activity 4.3) by adding three more parts to include Operations and Logistics, Human Resource Management (HRM), and Information Technology (IT).

It is imperative as a global business leader to understand all concepts and internal working in an organization to be able to make the right decisions for the future. Researching these three sections will enable you to understand further how your company operates from a technical and personal perspective.

Complete Your Deliverable

Provided are the guidelines to complete each part:

  1. Operations and Logistics
    • Provide a one-page detailed report of your strategic audit company’s products, services, and manufacturing facilities.
    • Do they produce their products internally or have them outsourced?
    • If they are serviced-oriented, how are these services provided and what resources do they use? An example would be a healthcare provider of medical staff who works in a hospital, but the hospital is not owned by your company.
    • What is their logistics set up and or how are their goods and services transported and supplied to the customer?
  2. Human Resource Management (HRM)
    • Examine your company’s workforce.
    • How many employees do they have?
    • What benefits do they offer?
    • Are they union or non-union?
    • What are the working conditions (especially if they have facilities in other countries)?
    • Have they been protested by human rights groups for employment practices, or fined by the government?
    • What is your strategic audit company’s human resource office overall mission or goals?
  3. Information Technology (IT)
    • Explain how your company incorporates Information Technology into their business model.
    • Are administrative and customer services automated?
    • Is the manufacturing and logistics systems automated?
    • What IT trends do they follow and what is the future outlook for your company’s IT utilization?

Review the Strategic Audit Report Guidelines page for additional details on this course project.

Submit Your Results

  • Each part of your assignment should be one page in length.
  • All pages should be double-spaced, with sources cited and referenced using current APA formatting.

You should have a total of three (3) pages upon completion of all parts. Compile all pages of your document to submit to this assignment.

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