Integrative Case Study Assignment ( Walmart)

Complete your integrative business administration case analysis.

 

  1. pages without cover page and references page.

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Prepare a PowerPoint presentation in which you describe two or three leadership theories in the 21st century and contrast them with two or three pre-millennial leadership approaches. Also, prepare an abbreviated description of the organization you chose to study and outline why you chose that particular organization

Prepare a PowerPoint presentation in which you describe two or three leadership theories in the 21st century and contrast them with two or three pre-millennial leadership approaches. Also, prepare an abbreviated description of the organization you chose to study and outline why you chose that particular organization. Include the organizational structure and the role of your leader POC in the organization. Describe the qualitative and data analytics assessment techniques you chose to include in your consultant’s toolkit. Illustrate the results of your organizational assessment and explain the area(s) you selected for improvement, including the results of your assessment as rationale for selection of the area(s) for improvement. Assess the effectiveness of the implementation of the improvements you recommended, as well as the effectiveness of the leadership approach demonstrated by your leader POC.

Transition from the focus on the organization to you as an individual leader and explain your preferred 21st century leadership theory.  Demonstrate the techniques you can employ to ensure your continued development as a leader in both professional and personal situations.

Support your presentation with a minimum of five scholarly resources. In addition to these specified resources, other appropriate scholarly resources, including older articles, may be included.

Incorporate appropriate animations, transitions, and graphics as well as speaker notes for each slide. The speaker notes may be comprised of brief paragraphs or bulleted lists.

Length: 12-15 slides (with a separate reference slide)
Notes Length: 100-150 words for each slide

Prepare  the Scope and Objectives of the Risk Management Process section of the  Risk Management Plan based on the facts presented in the case study

Assignment 2: Risk Management Plan

Due Week 4 and worth 240 points

Note: The  assignments are a series of papers that are based on the same case,  which is located in the Student Center of the course shell. The  assignments are dependent upon one another.

In this assignment, you  will create a risk management plan. You have a budget of $100,000 and a  timeline of six (6) months for the plan. Please refer to Figure A-1,  Risk Management Plan Template, from Appendix A of the Hillson and Simon  text to create the plan.

Write an eight to ten (8-10) page Risk Management Plan Component paper in which you:

  1. Prepare  the Scope and Objectives of the Risk Management Process section of the  Risk Management Plan based on the facts presented in the case study.
  2. Determine  the project size, based on the facts presented in the case study, and  provide justification based on Figure 3-4, Example Project Sizing Tool  (Chapter 3 of the Hillson and Simon text).
  3. Select  the risk tools and techniques, and complete the Risk Tools and  Techniques section of the Risk Management Plan for both the qualitative  and quantitative aspects of the project. Provide a rationale for the  selection.
  4. Develop the Risk Reviews and Reporting section of the Risk Management Plan based on the project size previously determined.
  5. Define the Probability and Impacts section of the Risk Management Plan and justify the values assigned.
  6. Define the Risk Thresholds section of the Risk Management Plan and justify the values assigned.

Your assignment must follow these formatting requirements:

  • Be typed, double spaced, using Times New Roman font (size 12), with one-inch margins on all sides.
  • Include  a cover page containing the title of the assignment, the student’s  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 outcomes associated with this assignment are:

  • Apply  the concepts of risk management in a project context to develop an  appropriate risk management plan as a key element of the project  management process.
  • Survey  the project sponsor, stakeholders, team membership and key decision  influencers to develop a qualitative assessment of the project risks and  apply the results to further refine the project risk management plan.
  • Create  a schedule of project risk reviews appropriate to the organization and  risk including major, minor, and post-project threats and opportunities,  including archiving the results of the project risk plan is  incorporated into this schedule.
  • Use technology and information resources to research issues in project risk management
  • Write clearly and concisely about project risk management using proper writing mechanics.

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Access XanEdu Case Pack via the Student Center or the XanEdu link in the course menu

Your instructor will let you know which case to use. (Trouble accessing? Check Student Center for Detailed Instructions on XanEdu)

Prepare  a risk workshop agenda based on Figure B-8, Sample Agenda for a First  Risk Assessment / Two – Day Risk Workshop (Appendix B of the Hillson  and Simon text). Include suggested time intervals for each activity and  justify why each agenda item is relevant for this case

Assignment 3: Risk Workshop and Risk Register

Due Week 6 and worth 240 points

Note: The  assignments are a series of papers that are based on the same case,  which is located in the Student Center of the course shell. The  assignments are dependent upon one another.

Write an eight to ten (8-10) Risk Workshop and Risk Register Component paper in which you:

  1. Identify the required pre-workshop activities.
  2. Prepare  a risk workshop agenda based on Figure B-8, Sample Agenda for a First  Risk Assessment / Two – Day Risk Workshop (Appendix B of the Hillson  and Simon text). Include suggested time intervals for each activity and  justify why each agenda item is relevant for this case.
  3. Determine  the top five (5) threats in a risk register following Figure B-11,  Sample Simplified Risk Register Format (Appendix B of the Hillson and  Simon text). Include information from the case for each threat.
  4. Justify the assignment of probability and impacts for each threat identified in criterion number 3 of this assignment.
  5. Document  the top three (3) opportunities in a risk register following Figure  B-11, Sample Simplified Risk Register Format (Appendix B of the Hillson  and Simon text). Include information from the case for each opportunity.
  6. Justify the assignment of probability and impacts for each opportunity identified in criterion number 5 of this assignment.Â
  7. Use at least two (2) quality resources in this assignment. Note: Wikipedia and similar Websites do not qualify as quality resources.

Your assignment must follow these formatting requirements:

  • Be typed, double spaced, using Times New Roman font (size 12), with one-inch margins on all sides.
  • Include  a cover page containing the title of the assignment, the student’s  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 outcomes associated with this assignment are:

  • Assess and prioritize risks to the project through an analysis of the active threats and opportunities presented.
  • Apply the Active Threats and Opportunities Management (ATOM) process to ensure a consistent, measurable result of this analysis.
  • Use technology and information resources to research issues in project risk management
  • Write clearly and concisely about project risk management using proper writing mechanics.

Integrative Case Study Assignment

  1. Submitting a preliminary draft of your paper to your instructor will help ensure that you are on track with the expectations for the final submission in Workshop Five. Completing and submitting your preliminary draft with at least 70% to 80% being in its final form is the target for this workshop.

 

I uploaded an Annotated Bibliography that I wrote. 

You will not need any other sources, you can use 6 sources that I got on the annotated bibliography paper. 

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I just need a Project Preliminary Draft

 

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Integrative Case Study Assignment

Kowitt, B. (2018). The World According to Walmart. Fortune, 178(4), 70–76.

 

Redman, R. (2019). Grocery delivery comes inside: New Walmart service will let associates drop off orders right in customers’ homes. SN: Supermarket News, 14.

 

Walmart Inc SWOT Analysis. (2021). Walmart Inc SWOT Analysis, 1–8.

 

Boyle, M. (2019). Walmart Rolls Out Slew of New Health-Care Benefits for Employees. Bloomberg.Com, N.PAG

 

CLARK, E., & EDELSON, S. (2017). Wal-Mart Vs. Amazon: The Giants Battle. WWD: Women’s Wear Daily, 19–20.

 

Dernovsek, D. (2012). Walmart Banking. Credit Union Magazine, 78(5), 22–26.

Instructions: Beginning Outline Draft

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  2. For your business administration Integrative Case Study Assignment, prepare a first draft of your integrative case study outline. Provide a brief commentary from your research to date for each section of the outline with at least 150 to 200 words on each topic in the outline. (More words are better in order to allow more instructor feedback on more of your topic.) Incorporate relevant financial analyses that support your assertions and other aspects of your work.

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How can the U.S economy stimulate GDP growth?

The paper should be between five to six pages in length (excluding any cover pages, bibliography, works cited, or endnotes pages), double-spaced and properly annotated following APA 6th edition style.

The research paper allows students to employ economic concepts (comparative advantage, aggregate supply and demand, unemployment, inflation, business cycles, fiscal policy, monetary policy, etc.) in a practical way to a macroeconomic problem, bridging the gap between theory and practice.  Off Campus Library Services (OCLS) is an excellent source of peer-reviewed articles to start the research process. The research paper should clearly incorporate the economic analysis and topics of discussion covered in both the textbook and the workshops (as they pertain to the topic of research), and students should attempt to see business and social issues through the “lens” of economic logic.  The conclusions arrived at by the student should reflect a deeper understanding of the “economic way of thinking.”

 

  1. Students will write a research paper that is due in Workshop Five.
  2. A suggested approach to the paper would be to divide it into six specific sections as follows:
    1. a. Introduction: topic, statement of problem to be discussed
    2. b. Objectives: thesis statement, what is the goal of the essay?
    3. c. Method: the research method used: case study, books and newspaper/magazine articles, personal statistical research, or previously conducted statistical surveys
    4. d. Findings and Observations: data, facts ascertained, and what did you discover?
    5. e. Conclusions: interpretation, analysis of findings, arguments, personal comments and group opinions, consensus
    6. f. Documentation: footnotes or endnotes, works cited, bibliography.
  3. Sections a, b, and c (Introduction, Objectives, and Method) should not consume more than one to two pages of the final draft. The bulk of the research and writing should be concentrated in the d and e sections where discussion should occur, evaluation of theories should be conducted, and conclusions may be drawn.

 

Please use simple words. 

Only 5 pages for the essay, and one page for Citation. 

Outline Draft Due on Feb. 8th

  1. Outline Draft Instruction: Develop a one-paragraph summary of your paper to date, explaining the research problem or issue, your research methodology, and the knowledge outcome you visualize for the paper.

here’s my email : Thawngte49@gmail.com 

cell: 240-586-9594

Thanks. 

 

How can the U.S economy stimulate GDP growth?

The paper should be between five to six pages in length (excluding any cover pages, bibliography, works cited, or endnotes pages), double-spaced and properly annotated following APA 6th edition style.

The research paper allows students to employ economic concepts (comparative advantage, aggregate supply and demand, unemployment, inflation, business cycles, fiscal policy, monetary policy, etc.) in a practical way to a macroeconomic problem, bridging the gap between theory and practice.  Off Campus Library Services (OCLS) is an excellent source of peer-reviewed articles to start the research process. The research paper should clearly incorporate the economic analysis and topics of discussion covered in both the textbook and the workshops (as they pertain to the topic of research), and students should attempt to see business and social issues through the “lens” of economic logic.  The conclusions arrived at by the student should reflect a deeper understanding of the “economic way of thinking.”

 

  1. Students will write a research paper that is due in Workshop Five.
  2. A suggested approach to the paper would be to divide it into six specific sections as follows:
    1. a. Introduction: topic, statement of problem to be discussed
    2. b. Objectives: thesis statement, what is the goal of the essay?
    3. c. Method: the research method used: case study, books and newspaper/magazine articles, personal statistical research, or previously conducted statistical surveys
    4. d. Findings and Observations: data, facts ascertained, and what did you discover?
    5. e. Conclusions: interpretation, analysis of findings, arguments, personal comments and group opinions, consensus
    6. f. Documentation: footnotes or endnotes, works cited, bibliography.
  3. Sections a, b, and c (Introduction, Objectives, and Method) should not consume more than one to two pages of the final draft. The bulk of the research and writing should be concentrated in the d and e sections where discussion should occur, evaluation of theories should be conducted, and conclusions may be drawn.

 

Please use simple words. 

Only 5 pages for the essay, and one page for Citation. 

Outline Draft Due on Feb. 8th

  1. Outline Draft Instruction: Develop a one-paragraph summary of your paper to date, explaining the research problem or issue, your research methodology, and the knowledge outcome you visualize for the paper.

here’s my email : Thawngte49@gmail.com 

cell: 240-586-9594

Thanks. 

 

Which of the following is true about nonverbal signals? a. They can strengthen a spoken message….

Which of the following is true about nonverbal signals?

a. They can strengthen a spoken message.

b. They can weaken a spoken message.

c. They can replace spoken messages.

d. All of the above are true.

 

Choosing a Message Strategy: [LO-1] , Chapters 8 – 9 Now that you’ve explored routine, positive,… 1 answer below »

Choosing a Message Strategy: [LO-1] , Chapters 8 – 9 Now that you’ve explored routine, positive, negative, and persuasive messages, review the following message scenarios and identify which of the four message strategies would be most appropriate for the situation. Off er a brief justifi cation for each choice. (Depending on the particular circumstances, a scenario might lend itself to more than one type of message; just be sure to offer compelling reasons for your choices.)

a. An unsolicited message to your department manager, explaining why you believe that the company’s experiment with self-managed work teams has not been successful

b. An unsolicited message to your department manager, explaining why you believe that the company’s experiment with self-managed work teams has not been successful and suggesting that one of the more experienced employees (such as yourself) should be promoted to supervisor

c. A message to a long-time industrial customer, explaining that a glitch in your accounting system resulted in the customer being overcharged on its last fi ve orders, apologizing for the problem, and assuring the customer that you will refund the overcharged amount immediately

d. A news release announcing that your company plans to invite back 50 employees who were laid off earlier in the year