Resource: SHRM Student Workbook, MacroEnterprises Case Study, Inc. Case #1


After reading the MacroEnterprises Case Study, please do the following:


Create a Powerpoint presentation intended to be delivered to Pat, the HR Director for MacroEnterprises, Inc. Your role is that of an HR Consultant. Your goal is to make a compelling argument for why HR should be a strategic partner at MacroEnterprises, Inc. 


Create a 12- to 15-slide Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentationwritten in third person voice that makes a compelling argument for why HR should be a strategic partner at MacroEnterprises, Inc.

  • The presentation should be between 12-15 slides, not including the Title slide, Q&A slide, or References slide. Please include speaker notes.
  • Include charts or diagrams such as the models, exhibits, and figures found in Chapter 3 of your Strategic Human Resource Management text to explain your argument for why HR should be a strategic partner. Remember the purpose of the presentation is to help turn Pat's HR department into a strategic partner.

Summarize and support your argument using any of the case scenario information in the Student Workbook.


Format your presentation consistent with APA guidelines which includes in-text citations and Reference listings.








ONE Primary Task Response: Your first task is to post your own Key Assignment Outline (outline of your response to the Phase 4 IP) to the discussion area so that other students are able to review your plan. PART ONE ASSIGNMENT SHOULD BE THE OUTLINE FOR PART TWO ASSIGNMENT.


TWO During trial preparation, you are directed by the Assistant U.S. Attorney (AUSA) to bring the tapes of intercepted conversations involving a prime suspect in your case to her office. You provide the evidence custodian with the necessary paperwork and are waiting for the tapes to be produced. After 20 minutes, the custodian comes back and asks if you are sure you have provided the correct case and exhibit numbers. You verify the numbers and are told the original tapes cannot be found.

You immediately inform your supervisor, who is understandably concerned. You have the paperwork documenting the fact that the tapes were transferred to the custody of the evidence custodian. The other agents in the office are asked whether they have any knowledge of this matter. No one has any idea as to what happened to the original tapes.

You and your supervisor call the AUSA and explain to her what has happened. She is furious and tells you not to be surprised if the judge throws out the entire case. You remind her that she has duplicate copies in her possession and that you have your working copies as well. She says her copies were barely audible, and apparently there was some problem with the recording equipment. You decide to do some research on the best evidence rule. 

Assignment Guidelines

  • Address the following in 1,250–1,500 words:
    • What is the best evidence rule? Explain in detail.
      • Why was the best evidence rule implemented into the U.S. court system? Explain.
      • What is the rationale behind its application?
    • Review the following cases with regard to wiretapping:
      • Olmstead v. United States
      • Nardone v. United States
      • Goldman v. United States
      • Berger v. New York
      • Katz v. United States
    • Summarize the current status of wiretapping restrictions according to the reviewed cases above.
    • How must evidence derived from wiretapping be packaged and preserved? Explain.
    • How does wiretapping evidence relate to the "fruit of the poisonous tree" doctrine? Explain.
    • What is the likely outcome of your case in court if the originals are not located? Explain.
  • Be sure to reference all sources using APA style.

Each year nearly one billion seats are filled on U.S Airlines. That means that with a U.S population of over 300 million, the average person will occupy three seats per year. 

  • Visit the websites of at least three major carriers in the U.S (American Airlines, Delta Airlines, United Airlines, etc.).
  • Locate the company’s Annual Report, also known as the 10K Report, for each airline, then review the “Risk Factors.” 
  • Finally, locate the technology section of the report. 

Write a paper of approximately 750 words that addresses the following:

  • Should Information Systems be at the forefront of all business decisions? Why or why not? (consider ticketing, baggage, airline food and beverage, etc.).
  • What can airlines do to improve the customer experience using IT? 
  • Explain how you would use IT to decrease wait times at TSA security lines.
  • How can you use technology to improve passenger flow from curbside to the gate without compromising security?


Questions #4


Book: 9780135078228, 0135078229  APA, 200 Words Min Per response 



  • List and explain each of the three basic question-response formats. Indicate and describe the two variations for each one, and provide an example of each. 


  • What is meant by “level of measurement”? Compare and contrast the three levels of measurement described in the reading. 


  • What is coding and why is it used? What are the basic rules for questionnaire coding? Relate the special coding needed with “all that apply” questions. 


  • Describe computer-assisted questionnaire design and its basic functions. List and explain at least three features of computer-assisted questionnaire design programs that are more advantageous to a questionnaire designer than the use of a word processor program. 


  • What are the four “do’s” and four “don’ts” as described in our textbook in regards to “question wording”? Describe and provide an example of each. 


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The Purpose: The purpose of this assignment is to provide an opportunity for you to evaluate your journey through the developmental stages and transitions of your life and to reflect how the impact of these transitions may help or hinder your work as a counselor.


Basic Description: In Part A of this assignment, you will evaluate your life in 10 year segments up through your present age. In Part B of this assignment, you will provide a reflection on what you discovered and how you think it may impact you and your clients in your future counseling profession. 


Part A: 

•Compose a brief paragraph (approximately 100–150 words) about each 10-year segment of your life explaining the major events or transitions that have impacted you during each of those 10 years. Integrate Erikson’s eight stages of development as you write about your life. Was there a developmental task that was not successfully resolved at the appropriate age? The older you are, the longer this section will be as you will have a greater number of 10 year segments. This section will be approximately 1–3 pages in length.

•Determine what specific transition was the most difficult for you.

•Find and read a professional journal article or a chapter from a scholarly book that discusses that transition (marriage, divorce, eating disorder, empty nest, etc.). 


Part B: Upon completing Part A, compose a 3–5-page paper. First of all, summarize the journal or chapter you read in Part A in 1 paragraph, then describe the most influential transitions that you have experienced in your life. You are required to integrate concepts and discoveries from your class readings, the research you did (journal article or chapter), and presentations during Module/Week 3. Discuss strengths and weaknesses that may have developed from your transitions that may hinder or help you in your counseling and future burnout vulnerability.


The following questions may be considered while preparing your paper:

(You may elaborate on these meaningful questions in reference to your life’s transitions. The purpose of these questions is to stimulate your thinking by writing your paper; do not copy and answer each question.)

1.How did your developmental transitions impact you spiritually, emotionally, and physically?

2.How did your developmental years impact your biblical worldview?

3.Did anything specifically stand out in your development that may have impacted your decision to go into the counseling profession?

4.What was your role in your family when you were growing up, and what impact does it have on this attraction to counseling?

5.Who are you as a person?

6.What wounds or unfinished business do you carry with you into the counseling room?

7.How are you healing these wounds?

8.What do you notice or what do you think your work with clients will (does) trigger in you?

9.Whom do you have unfinished business with?

10.How do you handle being in conflict? Being confronted? Being evaluated? What defenses do you use in these situations?

11.What are repetitive or chronic issues for you? How might these affect your work with clients?

12.What do you see in other people that you consistently do not like? Reflect upon whether you can find these same qualities in yourself, and “own” them as also belonging to you.


Submission Instructions:


1.Submit both Part A and Part B as one continuous document by 11:59 p.m. (ET) on Sunday of Module/Week 3.

2.The assignment must be double-spaced and in current APA format. The assignment must also include a Title Page and Reference Page.

3.Both Part A and Part B of this assignment should total between 4–8 pages in length not including the Title Page or Reference Page. Depending on your age, the older you are, the longer it will be.

4.Integrate at least 2 concepts or illustrations from your course materials from Module/Week 3, and reference/cite them according to current APA format.

5.You may incorporate outside materials as well; be sure to properly cite and reference.

6.This paper may be written in first-person point-of-view since you are reflecting on your own life and experiences.


Quick Submission Checklist:


* Title Page

* Part A (1–3 pages)

* Part B (3–5 pages)

* Reference page (for references cited)

* Paper should be:

oDouble spaced

oSpell checked

oWritten in current APA format

oInclude 1 paragraph summary of your journal article or book chapter

oIntegrate concepts learned from course materials (at least 2 sources)

oInclude citations from your course materials (when integrated into the papers)

oWritten in first-person format

oSubmitted by 11:59 p.m. (ET) on Sunday of Module/Week 3

o4–8 pages in length (depending on your age, the older you are, the longer it wil be.


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World View Chart Assignment



"Actionless Action (Daosim) and the Practice of Virtue (Confucianism)"  Please view the materials in the Instructor's Insights and then respond to the following:

The overall problem is that we are caught up in the doing of things rather than being in the moment. Think of eating: we tend to eat, never enjoying the taste of food, totally missing the point where we are satiated. Instead we just gorge away until the food is gone then we mindlessly move to the next thing to do.

Instead, we should focus on the moment. Usually we think about where we need to be next. Usually we are thinking about what is going on rather than enjoying the moment. "In doing mode our mind is so often preoccupied with thoughts about what is going on that we may be only vaguely aware of what is actually happening." We also tend to be goal oriented in our actions. We do something in order to get to the next task.  In wu wei "there is no attachment to achieving any goal at all." There is no ought or should or correct or incorrect, good enough or not good enough in wu wei non-action.  We stop evaluating our experiences and instead enjoy the moment. "Non-striving...means broadening our focus beyond what's needed to reach a particular goal." But, it is not passive resignation. Instead, "we intentionally welcome and turn toward whatever arises."

With this in mind, can we really practice wu wei in America? Why or why not?

Quotes from The Mindful Way through Depression by Mark Williams et al. 

Are there any famous Confucian celebs out there?



"Analyzing Essays that Offer Solutions to Problems"  Please respond to the following:

  • Read the three essays in Chapter 11 (“The Nursing Crisis; The Solution Lies Within,” “An Open Letter to the Community,” and “Request for a Work Schedule Change.”) Analyze the arguments and compare the effectiveness of their thesis statements, proposed solutions, and evidence. 
  • Identify which one you think is most effective. Explain.

Unit outcomes addressed in this activity:

● Discuss the various ways that health information is used within and without health care facilities.

● Explain performance improvement and identify performance improvement tools


Course Outcome

Plan reimbursement compliance strategies. Instructions From electronic health records (EHR) to telemedicine, the use of information technology is rapidly expanding.



Discuss how individuals, professionals, and organizations use health information. How can health information improve the provision of quality?

Finally, after conducting research, discuss the possible future of information technology in healthcare.


1. Title page

2. Introduction

○ Discuss the importance of health information (2 pages) 

○ Discuss how individuals, professionals, and organizations use health information (2 pages)

○ Discuss how health information may improve the provision of quality (2 pages)

Discuss the possible future of information technology (2 pages)

3. Conclusion 

4. References




The Assignment should meet all APA standards, be grammatically correct, appropriate and consistent research citation and documentation, appropriate graphics to display data and the results of analysis, and visual materials to support presentation of the overall document.


Each section is to be a minimum of two (2) pages and should include a separate title and reference page.


References are to be scholarly peer reviewed resources ONLY, with a minimum of four (4) references. 


DQ #1: Comparing Financial Ratios


Go to MSN Money. (  and type in a ticker symbol for a company with the first letter of your last name.

Next, complete the following:

  1. Select “Key Ratios” on the left menu panel.
  2. There are several categories listed for ratios. Select one “Financial Condition Ratio” and one “Management Efficiency Ratio”.
  3. Open the Profile section on the left menu panel and you will see “Industry” is identified. Find a competitive company within that industry and compare those ratios to the ones you just found.

Examine your findings and determine whether your company outperforms its competition based on financial ratios.  Identify where your firm seems to lag. Describe how your firm compares with the industry and speculate as to why you believe your firm is performing as it is.

Guided Response: Review the financial ratios provided by your classmates. Do any seem unusual? Respond to at least two classmates by sharing any reasons you can provide to explain the variance in the ratios.  Support your reasons with evidence. 
DQ # 2: Potential Issues in Ratio Analysis
As your text describes, ratio analysis is a common technique in financial analysis.  One of your colleagues states that a thorough ratio analysis is all that is needed in considering the financial health of a company. Although you agree that ratio analysis is a helpful guide, there may be some potential pitfalls in ratio analysis. 
Discuss at least three potential issues in utilizing ratio analysis that you would share with your colleague. In addition, calculate a liquidity, profitability, and efficiency ratio from your Week Six company to demonstrate your observations. 
Develop a 200 – 300 word explanation supporting your findings.
Guided Response: Review several of your classmate’s postings. Respond to at least two of your classmates by commenting on any potential issues in using ratio analysis that were new to you. You may also provide another issue that your classmate had not considered. 


Go to NPR’s StoryCorps Website, located at Read two (2) articles that were published within the last two (2) months that focus on individuals with major adjustment issues.   

Next, use the textbook and / or Strayer Library to research evidence-based strategies to help with adjustment. Consider strategies that relate to stress and coping, gender, stages of life, cultural and social issues, and health.

When referencing the selected stories, please use this format: 

  • Standard Format:
    • Title of the story [Audio file].  (Year, Month Day). Retrieved from website url.
      • Example:

A homeless teen finds solace in a teacher and a recording [Audio file]. (2014, March 7).  Retrieved from   

  • In-Text Citation Format:
    • The in-text citation for a selected story is an abbreviated version of the title and the year of publication. The abbreviation contains the first three words of the title. 
      • Example:

("A homeless teen,” 2014). 

  • Textbook Citation Format:
    • Author's Name. (Date of publication). Title of the resource. Publisher information.
      • Example:

Santrock, J. (2006). Human adjustment: 2007 custom edition. Boston, MA: McGraw-Hill.

Write a three (3) page paper in which you:

  1. Summarize the two (2) articles you selected from the NPR Website. 
  2. Describe the major adjustment issues discussed in each story. 
  3. Examine at least three (3) evidence-based strategies from the selected articles that could help the individuals enhance their adjustment skills. 
  4. Recommend the evidence-based strategy that is best suited for the people in the selected articles. Provide a rationale for your response.
  5. Use at least four (4) quality academic resources in this assignment. Note: Wikipedia and other similar websites do not qualify as academic 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; Since the only resources you will be using for this assignment are the article and your textbook, you need not include a reference page. Check with your professor for any additional instructions.
  • 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 is not included in the required assignment page length.