a)  Write a brief opening statement in which you reiterate project deliverables and communicate changes. Emphasize the benefits of the project and the value of the stakeholders' and management's patience and support.  Submit as a part of the Microsoft® PowerPoint presentation.



b)      Elaborate on your Microsoft Project schedule model created on the previous assignments and add the appropriate details to track the budget, schedule, and milestone completion of the project.

c)  Using Microsoft Project, Create a Microsoft® Project Visual Report (Excel or Visio) in which you track the budget, schedule, and milestone completion of the project.  Also submit a copy of the Microsoft Project file.

 

d)  Combine these elements (items a, b, and c) into a Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation, including Speaker Notes, suitable for use as a performance report for stakeholders and management. Include the following items in an appendix to the presentation (add as additional slides): a project scope statement, a WBS, a project organization chart, a communication plan matrix, and a change management flowchart.

Based on the feedback you received on your submission from last week, submit a revised draft of your paper with this additional information:

  1. Five additional references that could be used for your research paper and include a 1-2 sentence description for each of the five additional references, explaining how they fit with the research topic and the research question proposed. Make sure that these references come from scholarly sources using Argosy's library resources. 



  2. A  very detailed outline of what you would like to cover in the intro/lit review of your paper. Write it as an outline and think about what you want each paragraph or section to cover. Paste your references into each section where the information from that article applies to the topic. Below is an example of the outline although the references have not been pasted in yet:



    1. Introduction or Statement of the Problem (e.g. Predictors of Depression in Men) 



      1. Research question (E.g. What factors predict depression in men? For example, age, marital status, family history, stressors).
      2. Why is it important/implications  (E.g. xx% of men are depressed; less likely to seek treatment; if we can identify who is at risk, may be able to direct them to treatment sooner)
      3. Revised hypothesis based on feedback from the instructor



    2. Review of the Literature (the following is an example for above topic):



      1. Brief description of depression, symptoms, and any unique symptoms for men (Cite articles from which you will obtain this information).
      2. How widespread is it? Stats on depression in general but also stats on depression in men (Cite articles from which you will obtain this information).
      3. List factors that put men at risk for depression (Cite articles).



        1. Difficulty communicating distress or sadness (Cite articles).
        2. Job/work pressures (Cite articles).



      4. Demographic characteristics (Cite articles).



        1. Relationship between age and depression (Cite articles).
        2. Relationship between marital status and depression (Cite articles).



  3. A 1-2 page description of the sample you would like to use for your study, that provides the answer to the following questions:



    1. What sampling technique would you use?
    2. Does the sample generalize to the population? Explain why or why not.
    3. What inclusion criteria would be used? What exclusion criteria would be used, if any?
    4. What ethical issues might be encountered when collecting your information from this sample? 



  4. Be sure to also submit all your ten references (the five from last week and the five new ones you added) in an APA-style reference page. Be sure to also include an APA-style title page with your submission. Your paper should be at least 2-3 pages long. Make sure you write in a clear, concise, and organized manner; demonstrate ethical scholarship in accurate representation and attribution of sources; display accurate spelling, grammar, and punctuation.

Please help due in three hours.

Communication Process

 

Complete the table below.

Review the steps of the communication model.

Describe each step using your own personal or business example in paragraph form.

 

Steps of Communication Model

Personal or Business Scenario

 

 

1.    Sender has an idea.

 

 

 

2.    Sender encodes the idea in a message.

 

3.    Sender produces the message in a medium.

 

4.    Sender transmits message through a channel.

 

5.    Audience receives the message.

 

6.    Audience decodes the message.

 

7.    Audience responds to the message.

 

8.    Audience provides feedback to the sender.

 

 

 

 

My BUSN311 U2 was incorrect, please ettemplate wth the figures

Assignment 2
Title:
Unit2 - intellipath
Type:
 
Deliverable Length:
 
See Assignment Details
Due Date:
 
6/23/2014
Possible Points:
 
120
Description:
 





Unit 2:

Unit 2

There are 3 steps to complete this task.

Step 1: Determine Knowledge (Complete this step by Wednesday)

  • Click on the intellipath icon in the Left Navigation Bar of your Classroom under the Course Work section to begin.
  • A landing page will appear, scroll down and Click on Start intellipath.
  • Choose Determine Knowledge from the Steps Tab on the left-side of your screen.

Step 2: Learning Path

  • Once you complete the Determine Knowledge follow the instructions to begin working on your Learning Path.
  • Your path will only consist of learning nodes that you need to work on and is individualized for you.
  • You will receive feedback as you work through your path.

Step 3: Practice & Revision

As you are working in your Learning Path you may need to spend additional time in specific areas to improve. You can do this by practicing and revising. Review this document. Click Intellipath for intellipath Suggestions to help guide you on how to Practice and Revise to increase your Knowledge State.

How do I make the most out of the intellipath Experience?

Each week you will want to improve your Knowledge State. You can do this by practicing and revising your work in your learning path. You can improve every phase throughout the entire course.

Choose to Practice when you have a good understanding of the material, but still have room for improvement.

Revise a node when you feel like you need to learn more on a topic. Click on the Revise Button to begin a new lesson on a specific node.

Grading Criteria:
 
Grading by intellipath
Measurable Terminal Course Objectives:
 
There are no TCOs for this Learning Event.
 
Feature List:
  • LearningMaterials
Live Session Talking Points:
  • Event
    • Defined
      • Outcome of a probability experiment
    • Sample Space
      • Collection of all events
      • List of all possible outcomes
  • Properties of Probability
    • Individual Probabilities
      • Each individual probability must be between 0 and 1 inclusive
    • Sum of Probabilities
      • The entire sample space of probabilities must always sum to 1
  • Classical Probability
    • Requires equally likely outcomes
      • Each event's probability is the same
    • Number of ways event can occur/ Number of possible outcomes
    • No probability experiment is performed
    • "TRUE" probability
  • Empirical Probability
    • Probability experiment is performed
    • Frequency of event / number of trials of experiment
    • Estimated value as each probability experiment will produce different results
  • Rules
    • Complement
      • Probability the event did not happen
      • One minus the probability event did happen
    • Addition Rule
      • "OR" probability of multiple events
    • Multiplication Rule
      • "AND" probability of multiple events
  • Conditional Probability
    • Given information ahead of time
      • Information can change the probability results
    • Uses | as given sign
    • Used with dependent events
  • Random Variables
    • Variable: used to represent a value associated with a probability outcome
    • Types
      • Discrete
        • Countable with distinct separation between each
      • Continuous
        • Infinite or with upper bounds that take on a range of values
  • Discrete Probability Distribution
    • Distribution
      • Measurement of probability data set
      • Consist of probability values between zero and one, inclusive
      • Probabilities must add to one
  • Binomial vs. Poisson
    • Both discrete probability distributions
    • Binomial
      • Two possible outcomes
      • Find number of successes in a fixed number of trials
    • Poisson
      • Interval probability
      • Find probability occurred in a particular interval of time
  • Expectation
    • Expected Value
      • Experiment ran over and over
      • In the long run what would be expected
      • Multiply each value of random variable by particular probability and sum
  • Normal Distribution
      • Continuous Random Variable
      • Symmetrical
        • Mean, Median, Mode all equal
      • Standardized data for Normal table lookup
        • Mean = 0
        • Standard Deviation = 1
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HyperStat :  Click on the link 'Hyperstat Online'. Then click on 'Chapter 4: Introduction to Probability'. This site offers videos and tools for calculating probabilities
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Engineering Statistics Handbook :  Use and study these tables for probability distributions. Summary of uses for various tests and tables, as well as graphs for summarizing and presenting data.
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Poisson Distribution :  Poisson distribution
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Probability and Distributions

 

My BUSN311 U2 was incorrect, please ettemplate wth the figures

Assignment 2
Title:
Unit2 - intellipath
Type:
 
Deliverable Length:
 
See Assignment Details
Due Date:
 
6/23/2014
Possible Points:
 
120
Description:
 





Unit 2:

Unit 2

There are 3 steps to complete this task.

Step 1: Determine Knowledge (Complete this step by Wednesday)

  • Click on the intellipath icon in the Left Navigation Bar of your Classroom under the Course Work section to begin.
  • A landing page will appear, scroll down and Click on Start intellipath.
  • Choose Determine Knowledge from the Steps Tab on the left-side of your screen.

Step 2: Learning Path

  • Once you complete the Determine Knowledge follow the instructions to begin working on your Learning Path.
  • Your path will only consist of learning nodes that you need to work on and is individualized for you.
  • You will receive feedback as you work through your path.

Step 3: Practice & Revision

As you are working in your Learning Path you may need to spend additional time in specific areas to improve. You can do this by practicing and revising. Review this document. Click Intellipath for intellipath Suggestions to help guide you on how to Practice and Revise to increase your Knowledge State.

How do I make the most out of the intellipath Experience?

Each week you will want to improve your Knowledge State. You can do this by practicing and revising your work in your learning path. You can improve every phase throughout the entire course.

Choose to Practice when you have a good understanding of the material, but still have room for improvement.

Revise a node when you feel like you need to learn more on a topic. Click on the Revise Button to begin a new lesson on a specific node.

Grading Criteria:
 
Grading by intellipath
Measurable Terminal Course Objectives:
 
There are no TCOs for this Learning Event.
 
Feature List:
  • LearningMaterials
Live Session Talking Points:
  • Event
    • Defined
      • Outcome of a probability experiment
    • Sample Space
      • Collection of all events
      • List of all possible outcomes
  • Properties of Probability
    • Individual Probabilities
      • Each individual probability must be between 0 and 1 inclusive
    • Sum of Probabilities
      • The entire sample space of probabilities must always sum to 1
  • Classical Probability
    • Requires equally likely outcomes
      • Each event's probability is the same
    • Number of ways event can occur/ Number of possible outcomes
    • No probability experiment is performed
    • "TRUE" probability
  • Empirical Probability
    • Probability experiment is performed
    • Frequency of event / number of trials of experiment
    • Estimated value as each probability experiment will produce different results
  • Rules
    • Complement
      • Probability the event did not happen
      • One minus the probability event did happen
    • Addition Rule
      • "OR" probability of multiple events
    • Multiplication Rule
      • "AND" probability of multiple events
  • Conditional Probability
    • Given information ahead of time
      • Information can change the probability results
    • Uses | as given sign
    • Used with dependent events
  • Random Variables
    • Variable: used to represent a value associated with a probability outcome
    • Types
      • Discrete
        • Countable with distinct separation between each
      • Continuous
        • Infinite or with upper bounds that take on a range of values
  • Discrete Probability Distribution
    • Distribution
      • Measurement of probability data set
      • Consist of probability values between zero and one, inclusive
      • Probabilities must add to one
  • Binomial vs. Poisson
    • Both discrete probability distributions
    • Binomial
      • Two possible outcomes
      • Find number of successes in a fixed number of trials
    • Poisson
      • Interval probability
      • Find probability occurred in a particular interval of time
  • Expectation
    • Expected Value
      • Experiment ran over and over
      • In the long run what would be expected
      • Multiply each value of random variable by particular probability and sum
  • Normal Distribution
      • Continuous Random Variable
      • Symmetrical
        • Mean, Median, Mode all equal
      • Standardized data for Normal table lookup
        • Mean = 0
        • Standard Deviation = 1
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Common Probability Distributions :  This Compendium describes common probability distributions.
Type: Link
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How To Use Excel to Make a Frequency Table :  Within this link is directions on how to use excel to make a frequency table.
Type: Link
Size: n/a
Univ. of Calif. -TDIST, TINV, NORMSDIST and NORMSINV :  Using Excel to find various distributions.
Type: Link
Size: n/a
Deakin University - Deakin Business School - Probability & Stats. :  Introduction to probability and statistics using Excel.
Type: Link
Size: n/a
Probability Games :  Click on the link ' Probability Games/ to find various games that teach probability.
Type: Link
Size: n/a
HyperStat :  Click on the link 'Hyperstat Online'. Then click on 'Chapter 4: Introduction to Probability'. This site offers videos and tools for calculating probabilities
Type: Link
Size: n/a
Interacting with Probability :  Interactive probability practice
Type: Link
Size: n/a
HyperStat Online :  Normal Distribution calculator
Type: Link
Size: n/a
Stattrek :  Statistics Tutorial: Discrete and Continuous Probability Distributions
Type: Link
Size: n/a
Chance :  Explore Dartmouth's Chance website to find statistics articles, summaries, practice problems and sample surveys.
Type: Link
Size: n/a
Engineering Statistics Handbook :  Use and study these tables for probability distributions. Summary of uses for various tests and tables, as well as graphs for summarizing and presenting data.
Type: Link
Size: n/a
Poisson Distribution :  Poisson distribution
Type: Link
Size: n/a

Probability and Distributions

 

I NEED HELP WITH AN ONLINE ENGLISH CLASS. ONLY EXPERTS PLEASE.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

All together there is 7 small assignments.

 

 

 

 

A.This assigment has an attachment it called  scan 46. Its only the comic strip message that help wiith these question.

 

 

Lectura   Antes de leer
 
 
 
Examinar el texto   Observa la tira cómica (comic strip).



¿De qué trata? (What is it about?) ¿Cómo lo sabes?

 

 

 

 

 

B.  Adelante

Lectura   Después de leer
 
 
 
Preguntas   Responde a estas preguntas con oraciones completas. Usa el pretérito y el imperfecto.
Each question needs one sentence 1,2,3,4.



  1. ¿Al usuario le gustaba usar el teléfono celular todo el tiempo?











  2. ¿Por qué el usuario decidió tirar el teléfono al mar?











  3. Según el amigo, ¿para qué tenía el usuario que tirar el teléfono celular al mar?











  4. ¿Qué ocurrió cuando el usuario tiró el teléfono?











  5. ¿Qué le dijo el empleado al usuario cuando salió del mar?



 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 C. En

pantalla

 

This has an attachment it is 47. At least a paragraph for this assignments..

 

 

 

 Thi

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 
 
¿Cómo terminó?   En parejas, imaginen el final de la historia. ¿Cómo se sentían el cliente y el dueño del taller? ¿Qué ocurrió después? ¿Encontraron una solución? Usen el pretérito y el imperfecto.


 

 

 
D. En pantalla                                   

 

 
 
 
Preparación   ¿Alguna vez le pediste a alguien que hiciera algo y te malinterpretó o se lo pediste a la persona equivocada?

 

 

E.  small assignments. This one does not need the attachment. It needs at least a paragraph.

  

 

¿Cómo te comunicas?   Escribe un párrafo breve en donde expliques qué utilizas para comunicarte con tus amigos/as (correo electrónico, redes sociales, teléfono, etc.) y de qué hablan cuando se llaman por teléfono.

 

 

 

F.  Actividades ASSIGNMENT has an ATTACHMENT called Cultura: One or two sentences each for each question

2
 
 
Comprensión   Responde a las preguntas.


  1. ¿Cuáles son tres formas de decir headset?





  2. ¿Para qué se usan las bicimotos en Argentina?





  3. ¿Qué dio origen al "lenguaje chat"?





  4. ¿Es importante escribir los acentos en los mensajes de texto?



    11  Estructur

     

     G. Usa por o para y completa estas oraciones de una manera lógica.

    1. En casa, hablo con mis amigos…







    2. Mi padre/madre trabaja…







    3. Ayer fui al taller…







    4. Los miércoles tengo clases…







    5. A veces voy a la biblioteca…
    1. Esta noche tengo que estudiar…







    2. Necesito… dólares…







    3. Compré un regalo…







    4. Mi mejor amigo/a estudia…







    5. Necesito hacer la tarea

Need assistance with completing the attached assignment.  The topic is, Corporate Social Responsibility/Corporate Citizenship leads to increased employee engagement. Would like assignment completed by Thursday 6/26/14 @ 8:00pm EST.

 

I have attached a copy of the instructions as well as an example of what the finished analysis should look like.  Let me know if you have any questions or if you need addtional information.

 

 

Thanks,

APA Formating 

due date 06/25/2014 by 8:00 AM EST