Wednesday, June 10, 2020
Business Innovation and Entrepreneurship Introduction A key requirement of this assignment is to research and use analytical tools to identify potential creative and innovative processes and to examine and explain the use of the IDEAL change model to support innovation and entrepreneurship ideas. The deliverable and conditions The requirement is for each individual to produce a Ã ¢Ã¢â ¬ÃÅ"business documentÃ ¢Ã¢â ¬Ã¢â ¢. In writing this document you can use any writing format you consider appropriate. Keep in mind the document must be word processed in a business style and format. A business standard is under Ã ¢Ã¢â ¬ÃÅ"conditions that demand performance equivalent to that required in the real-life context.Ã ¢Ã¢â ¬Ã¢â ¢ Learning Outcomes Outcome 2 The student will assess the criteria for judging the feasibility of an idea for the introduction of creative and innovative processes into an organisation (20%) 2.2Use analytical tools to identify potential creative and innovative processes 2.4Examine and explain the use of the IDEAL change model to support innovation and entrepreneurship t ideas. Assessment Methods The assessment method for this assessment will be: Individual written paper mark [Total marks 80] Individual classroom contribution and commitment Mark Ã ¢Ã¢â ¬Ã¢â¬Å" based on each individualÃ ¢Ã¢â ¬Ã¢â ¢s contribution to class sessions. [Total marks 20] The Task You are asked to assess the criteria for judging the feasibility of an idea for the introduction of creative and innovative processes into an organisation. The focus here is to assess analytical tools which can be used to identify potential creative and innovative processes and support innovation and entrepreneurship ideas when selecting and refining a particular business concept/project. Your research for this assessment will need to cover the following. Discuss the theory and application of the following in relation to supporting innovation and entrepreneurship ideas: lateral thinking visioning problem-solving techniques [Total Marks 30] Discuss the theory and use of the following analytical tools in relation to supporting innovation and entrepreneurship ideas: SWOT analysis PESTLE analysis Cost-benefit analysis Decision-making processes and styles analysis [Total Marks 40] Examine and discuss the use of the IDEAL change model to support innovation and entrepreneurship ideas. [Total Marks 10] Mark Allocation Guide for Individual Paper Ã ¢Ã¢â ¬Ã¢â¬Å" total mark 80. Q Criteria Mark Allocated Mark Total Mark 1 a Theory 4 30 Application 6 1 b Theory 4 Application 6 1 c Theory 4 Application 6 2 a Theory 4 40 Application 6 2 b Theory 4 Application 6 2 c Theory 4 Application 6 2 d Theory 4 Application 6 3 Examination of model 5 10 Discussion on application 5 Total Marks 80 80 Individual classroom contribution and commitment Rubric Criteria Individual classroom contribution and commitment Performance Descriptors/ Rating Excellent (A+, A, B+) 20 19 19 18 17 16 Average (B, C) 16 15 15 14 Poor (F) 13 0 Contribution to class sessions on this topic as observed Contributions in class reflect exceptional preparation. Ideas offered are always substantive; provide one or more major insights as well as direction for the class. Challenges are well substantiated and persuasively presented. Shows interest in and respect for othersÃ ¢Ã¢â ¬Ã¢â ¢ views and participates actively in small groups. If this person were not a member of the class, the quality of discussion would be diminished markedly. Contributions in class reflect satisfactory preparation. Ideas offered are sometimes substantive, provide generally useful insights but seldom offer a new direction for the discussion. Bluff their way when unprepared, or otherwise dominate discussions, not acknowledging cues of annoyance from other students. Challenges are sometimes presented, fairly well substantiated, and are sometimes persuasive. If this person were not a member of the class, the quality of discussion would be diminished somewhat. Contributions in class reflect inadequate preparation. Ideas offered are seldom substantive; provide few if any insights and never a constructive direction for the class. Often seem on the margins of the class and may have a negative effect on the participation of others. Integrative comments and effective challenges are absent. If this person were not a member of the class, the quality of discussion would not be changed. Attitude Never is publicly critical of the project or the work of others. Always has a positive attitude about the task(s). Rarely or occasionally is publicly critical of the project or the work of others. Often has a positive attitude about the task(s). Often is publicly critical of the project or the work of other members of the group. Often has a positive attitude about the task(s). Commitment to the class sessions as observed The individual had a level of engagement that demonstrated a strong commitment to the group and the learning outcomes. Consistently stays focused on the task and what needs to be done. Very self-directed. The individual had a level of engagement that demonstrated a commitment to the group and/or the learning outcomes. Focuses on the task and what needs to be done most of the time. Others can count on this person. The individual had a level of engagement that did not demonstrate a commitment to the group or the learning outcomes. Rarely focuses on the task and what needs to be done. LetÃ ¢Ã¢â ¬Ã¢â ¢s others do the work. Observed ability to provide and receive feedback as observed Often provides dignified, clear and respectful feedback on ideas and work contributed by the class members. Graciously accepts feedback Openly views the merit of feedback Provides some feedback, but it is not always clear, not productive, may have hurt others feelings unnecessarily or made irrelevant comments. Sometimes accepted feedback. At other times strongly resistant to feedback Feedback was never provided or was always highly offensive or irrelevant. Refuses to listen to any feedback Quality of classroom work as observed Provides work of the highest quality with no mistakes. Always prepared for class and meets all deadlines set by the tutor. Provides good quality work that occasionally needs some small correction to be made. Sometimes prepared for class and usually meets deadlines set by the tutor. Either no work is presented or the work is unusable. Never prepared for class and rarely completes work by deadlines set by the tutor. Working with others in the classroom Almost always listens to, shares with, and supports the efforts of others. Tries to keep people working well together. Often listens to, shares with, and supports the efforts of others, but sometimes is not a good team member Rarely listens to, shares with, and supports the efforts of others. Often is not a good team player. ÃâÃ © ACL 2014IANZ DBSM702 Business Innovation and Entrepreneurship V5 Page 1 Assessment moderated on 25 February 2014
Wednesday, May 27, 2020
HomeCareersFive Career Options for Biology MajorsThis page may contain affiliate links.Oct 11, 2019Im pretty sure half of my class in middle school swore that they would become marine biologists. While most changed their minds, a few realized that a biology major was rather interesting, even if they didnÃ¢â¬â¢t keep their marine biologist aspirations. But what else can you do with a biology major? What entry level jobs are available when you study biological science? This list answers those questions for you, and includes some of the most popular and well-paying jobs for biology majors. Biochemists and Biophysicists ($93,280 per year) Biochemists research the nitty gritty details about living organisms and their biological processes, including cell development, heredity, and disease. This is the only job on this list that requires education beyond a bachelorÃ¢â¬â¢s degree for even an entry-level job, but a bachelorÃ¢â¬â¢s degree in biology will set you on the right path if this is the career you want. As a biochemist, you plan complex research projects, manage lab teams, prepare literature reviews and technical reports, present your research findings, and analyze proteins, fats, DNA, and other molecules. You can work in basic research (research for the sake of knowledge) or applied research (research for solving a specific problem). Most biochemists and biophysicists work in laboratories to conduct their research. The most prominent employers include college and universities, as well as pharmaceutical companies. You should expect to work regular hours, but you may have to adjust your hours when conducting time-sensitive experiments. Microbiologists ($71,650 per year) Microbiologists study organisms like bacteria, viruses, algae, and fungi. Being a microbiologist revolves around research, so expect to do a lot of it. On any given day, you might identify and research lab cultures, prepare literature reviews and read up on the latest research, or plan large and complex research projects. Microbiologists often work with scientists in other fields, so be prepared for your research to be as single-focused or as interdisciplinary as youÃ¢â¬â¢d like. However, many microbiologists specialize. Some options for specialization include becoming a bacteriologist, a parasitologist, or a public health microbiologist, although there are other specialization paths available. While hours are regular and usually full-time, microbiologists who enter academia may face additional pressure from navigating the complex and competitive grant application process. Agricultural and Food Scientists ($64,020 per year) As an agricultural or food scientist, youÃ¢â¬â¢ll make sure that our food is safe to eat and efficient to produce. You do this by designing and conducting experiments for crops and farm animals, as well as working to create new food products and improving the processes behind packaging and delivering them. You can also choose to specialize. The most popular specializations include: animal scientist, food technologist, plant scientist, or soil scientist. This is a job that will allow you autonomy, as agricultural and food scientists work with little supervision. Due to this, thereÃ¢â¬â¢s a higher chance youÃ¢â¬â¢ll be able to design your own experiments and hypotheses. With this job, youÃ¢â¬â¢ll work full-time in a lab, a factory, an office, or the field. You should be open to traveling, but the amount of travel youÃ¢â¬â¢ll do depends on your specific job. Zoologists and Wildlife Biologists ($63,420 per year) Zoologists and wildlife biologists study animals and how they act within certain ecosystems. This is probably the job everyone was wanted in middle school. As a zoologist or wildlife biologist, you design and conduct experiments related to animals, study the characteristics and habits of animals, analyze human influence on animal habitats, write research papers, and develop conservation plans. YouÃ¢â¬â¢ll be expected to choose to study either vertebrates or invertebrates, and then to specialize from there. Zoologists and wildlife biologists work in an office, a lab, or the outdoors, and youÃ¢â¬â¢ll most likely be employed by a state or local government. Since youÃ¢â¬â¢ll be working with wild animals and spending significant time outdoors, you should be careful of animal injuries and inclement weather. Working with nocturnal animals means that you may have to adjust by working irregular hours. Fieldwork can also be physically demanding, so make sure that youÃ¢â¬â¢re in tip-top shape when you apply. Conservation Scientists and Foresters ($61,340 per year) As a conservation scientist or forester, youÃ¢â¬â¢re responsible for making sure that our forests and parks are healthy and last long enough for our grandchildren to enjoy. More specifically, you make sure that everyone involved with the forest adheres to government regulations and come up with plans for managing forests and resources. Ultimately, youÃ¢â¬â¢re the go-between for landowners, farmers, governments, and other parties. Most foresters and conservation scientists work for the government. Prepare to work in places as diverse as offices, labs, or the outdoors. For foresters working primarily outdoors, the job can be physically demanding and comes with the risk of insect bites, poisonous plants, forest fires, and other dangers. Despite the dangers and the expectation of working outdoors, you can expect work full-time, fairly regular hours. Biological Technicians ($44,500 per year) The role of a biological technician is similar to that of a lab assistant. As an assistant, you are under the direct supervision of a biologist, who double-checks your work. Expect to spend a lot of time in the lab maintaining a clean and safe laboratory, prepping for experiments, conducting experiments, analyzing your results, and writing about what you discovered. As far as specific fields, the world is your oyster. However, youÃ¢â¬â¢ll probably work for a company that specializes in research and development in life sciences, or in a lab at a college or university. You should expect to work full-time and keep regular hours. While your biology degree is an important step in securing this job, you should also get practical lab experience under your belt, either through a part-time job or internship. These jobs are just a few of the ones available to those majoring in biology. If youÃ¢â¬â¢re passionate about a career in biology, let this list serve as a starting point to finding a career you love.
Sunday, May 17, 2020
Officially, thereÃ were no interracial marriages under Apartheid, but in reality, the picture was much more complicated. The Laws Apartheid rested on the separation of races at every level, and preventing interracial sexual relations was an essential piece of that.Ã The Prohibition of Mixed Marriages Act from 1949 explicitly prevented white people from marrying people of other races, and the Immorality Acts prevented people of different races from having extra-marital sexual relations. Moreover, the 1950 Group Areas Act prevented people of different races from living in the same neighborhoods, let alone the same house. Yet despite all of this, there were some interracial marriages, though the law did not see them as interracial, and there were other couples who broke the Immorality Acts and were often jailed or fined for it. Unofficial Interracial Marriages Under Apartheid The Prohibition of Mixed Marriages ActÃ was one of the first steps in setting up Apartheid,Ã but the law only criminalized theÃ solemnizationÃ of mixed marriages, not the marriages themselves.Ã There were a small number of interracial marriages prior to that law, and while there was not much media coverage given to these people during Apartheid, their marriages were not automatically annulled.Ã Secondly, the law against mixed marriages did not apply to non-white people, and there were proportionally more interracial marriages between people classified as Ã¢â¬Å"nativeÃ¢â¬ (or African) and Ã¢â¬Å"ColouredÃ¢â¬ or Indian. While there were in effect mixed marriages, the law did not see them as interracial. Racial classification under Apartheid was based not on biology, but on social perception and oneÃ¢â¬â¢s association. A woman who married a man of another race was, henceforth,Ã classified as being of his race. Her choice of husband defined her race. The exception to this was if a white man married a woman of another race. Then he took on her race. His choice had marked him, in the eyes of white Apartheid South Africa, as non-white. Thus, the law did not see these as interracial marriages, but there were marriages between people who prior to the passage of these laws had been considered to be of different races. Extra-Marital Interracial Relations Despite the loopholes created by pre-existing mixed marriages and non-white interracial marriages, the Prohibition Against Mixed Marriages and the Immorality Acts were strictly enforced. White people could not marry people of other races, and no interracial couples could engage in extra-marital sexual relations. Nonetheless, intimate and romantic relationships did develop between white and non-white or non-European individuals. For some individuals, the very fact that interracial relations were so taboo made them appealing, and people engaged in interracial sexual relations as a form of social rebellion or for the excitement it offered.Ã Interracial relations came with serious risks, though. The police followed people who were suspected of engaging in interracial relations. They raided homes in the night and inspected bed sheets and underwear, confiscating anything that they thought showed evidence of interracial relations.Ã Those found guilty of violating the Immorality Acts faced fines, jail time, and social censure. There were also long-term relationships that had to exist in secret or be camouflaged as other types of relationships. For instance, most domestic workers were African women, and so an interracial couple could camouflage their relations by the man hiring the woman as his maid, but rumors often spread and such couples were also harassed by the police. Any mixed-race children born to the woman would also provide clear evidence of an interracial relationship.Ã Post-Apartheid Interracial Marriages The Prohibition of Mixed Marriages and Immorality Acts were repealed in the mid-1980s during the loosening of Apartheid. In the initial years, interracial couples still faced significant social discrimination from all races, but interracial relations have become more common as the years pass.Ã In recent years, couples have reported far fewer social pressures or harassment.
Saturday, May 16, 2020
Critical evaluation of the impact of oil price volatility on the strategy of ROYAL SHELL OIL PLC. INTRODUCTION Royal Shell plc incorporates a group of global energy and petrochemical companies with its headquarters in The Hague, the Netherlands and its parent company is the Royal Dutch Shell plc, which is incorporated in England and Wales. Its current CEO is Ben van Beurden. Royal Shell Plc is chosen for this analysis because of its structured decision to balance growth with returns and its bold acquisition of BG Group, a major gas company, although it has the option of cutting spending in the current downturn of low oil price. The companyÃ¢â¬â¢s long-term view in investing in low carbon energy Ã¢â¬â LNG and carbon capture storage indicatesÃ¢â¬ ¦show more contentÃ¢â¬ ¦(Oil Gas Majors: Fact Sheets, Carbon Tracker Initiative 2014). STRATEGIC CHOICES MADE BY SHELL DURING THE FALL IN PRICE OF OIL IN 2014-2015 The fall in oil prices in 2014 is a part of the volatility that the oil and gas sector normally face. This has caused a critical selection on investment decisions as well has keeping track on cost so as not to bring about an unwanted increase. INVESTMENT Facilities to capture and store CO2 should be a key part of the global solution. Shell is focusing on projects so as to capture and safely store CO2 from a Canadian oil sands facility which is expected to be finished by the end of 2015. There is also a plan for carbon capture and storage (CCS) facility at the Peterhead gas-fired power plant in the UK. Shell strategizes on further substantial growth once Gorgon, Prelude and other planned projects are on stream. Shell chases the trading and arbitrage activities in the global LNG portfolio, thereby adding more value to the bottom line in this important growth business. Resources plays, such as shale oil and gas, are a theoretically substantial opening for the oil and gas industry globally. Shell looks to where value can be added in the industry as a whole. The Shell resources plays are controlled by North American gas and liquids-rich production. Shell made plans on investing in economically-sound projects in key growth areas, such as deep water and LNG. There is also need
Wednesday, May 6, 2020
By Felicia Jin ABC^2, Make-A-Wish and Chinese clubs sold Valentine grams and treats Feb. 9-13, bringing the Ã¢â¬Å"sweets to sweetiesÃ¢â¬ and funding for good causes. The gifts were purchased during the week and distributed to classes today. ABC^2 (Academically Better ChildrenÃ¢â¬â¢s Club) held a bake sale for the first time in the Main Hall and will be donating their proceeds to the St. JudeÃ¢â¬â¢s Hospital. Ã¢â¬Å"ItÃ¢â¬â¢s hard to say how much money weÃ¢â¬â¢re trying to raise because itÃ¢â¬â¢s our first time, but weÃ¢â¬â¢re hoping for a goal of around $300,Ã¢â¬ said ABC^2 President Brandie To. The club sold store-bought muffins in the main hall to raise money that will go towards helping children in the St. Jude ChildrenÃ¢â¬â¢s Hospital. They also took orders for Valentine grams,Ã¢â¬ ¦show more contentÃ¢â¬ ¦Ã¢â¬Å"To prevent competition, we initially only allowed one club to sell during the week. This year, we made sure that the clubs talked to each other abo ut selling similar items. As long as the officers of Chinese Club are okay with it, we would allow it,Ã¢â¬ explained ASB Club Commissioner Chris Ma. Ã¢â¬Å"The two other clubs talked to us about selling valentine grams at the same time; we decided that it was okay since Make-A-WishÃ¢â¬â¢s teddy bears looked different from ours and ABC^2 is donating to charity,Ã¢â¬ revealed Chi- nese Club President Shian Hong. All three clubs allowed the option of sending the valentine grams anonymously. All grams are being delivered today during class. Ã¢â¬Å"I bought a rose for my friend anonymously because I want to surprise her,Ã¢â¬ said sophomore Jeffrey Hua, just one of the many anonymous senders. According to Shian, almost all customers send anonymously. While some students like to send anonymous gifts to their special someone, others buy valentine grams for friends just to show a little love. Ã¢â¬Å"I bought a rose for my friend because she told me she wanted one,Ã¢â¬ said senior Leann Nguyen. However, a slight drop in sales this year compared to previous years was noted and may be a possible effect of our countryÃ¢â¬â¢s recent economic struggles, observed Shian. Ã¢â¬Å"Last year, we sold 50 grams. But I donÃ¢â¬â¢t think the number of sales exceeded that of last yearÃ¢â¬â¢s,Ã¢â¬ said Shian on Chinese ClubÃ¢â¬â¢s sales status. Even then, the Valentine gram sales succeeded in
In George OrwellÃ¢â¬â¢s novel Animal Farm the reader is taken to Mr. Jones Manor Farm where the animals begin a rebellion. Among the rebellion two pigs, Snowball and Napoleon, declare themselves as the new leader. Over the course of the story Napoleon manipulates animals into making him the sole leader. With all the power given to only him, he begins controlling every accept of the animals lives and forces them to follow his rules. Eventually they are back where they were in the beginning with Mr. Jones cruel punishment, now coming from the pigs. Animal Farm demonstrates that power corrupts, and absolute power corrupts absolutely all through the novel by the pigs changing each of the commandments made by the animals in the begining of theÃ¢â¬ ¦show more contentÃ¢â¬ ¦From that point on Napoleons thirst for power grows more and more. Every animal helps build the windmill besides the pigs. When a storm occurs and the windmill falls, Napoleon blames Snowball and demands animals rebu ild. While rebuilding the pigs give the animals less food and let themselves grow fatter. Napoleons evil side erupted when the farms prize horse Boxer gets hurt while building the windmill. Napoleon summons a horse slaughterer to take Boxer away. Squealer, Napoleons spokesman who twists information, tells the animals that Napoleon has brought a vetenarian to take Boxer and that he died in the hospital. Squalor even told the animals that he was with Boxer in his last moments and that he proclaimed his loyalty to his Ã¢â¬Å"comradeÃ¢â¬ Napoleon. Unfortunately, the animals believed the fat pig Squealer and continued working. Day by day, the pigs break commandments and then revise them to make themselves look semi innocent. The pigs begin prosecuting and then killing innocent animals in front of all the animals which breaks commandment six Ã¢â¬Å"No animal shale kill any other animalÃ¢â¬ . 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Hamlet Essay Conflict From reading the play Hamlet it gave me such a well rounded interpretation of a family crisis that ended up affecting an entire country. Throughout the play the main character Hamlet set the tone for many of the acts. His characteristics were so in depth, that his emotional state was never settle. His emotional state constantly changed, sometimes you wouldnt know what to expect from young Hamlet. Near the beginning of the play Hamlets emotional state was very uneasy. His father had just died so, he was living in denial; but to top it all off his so called mother married his uncle Claudius. By his mother marrying his uncle he felt betrayed. Not just because his mother re-married and his father hadnt been dead for a whole month. The reason why he felt betrayed is that his mother got married in such little time and to his uncle. This situation brought Hamlet to an even more uneasy emotional state. When hamlet was around Ophelia his emotional state was very virtuous. Hamlet was secretly in love with Ophelia and Ophelia loved Hamlet as well. Hamlet was to shy to tell Ophelia what his true feelings were for her; until it was too late. Hamlets emotional state when hes around Claudius is very blunt. You could tell that Hamlet doesnt really care for him. Since he became his uncle/Step-father. Hamlet loathes Claudius even more after he found out that he was the one responsible for his fathers death. When Hamlets around Polonius he tends to mock him. Even though he is the father of his love; he senses that he has a sneaky and cunning side to him. Shortly after Hamlets two friends Rosencrantz and Guildenstern arrived from England and mysteriously started hanging around him. Hamlet knew that something wasnt right. Which it really wasnt; Claudius and Gertrude sent for the two to keep an eye on Hamlet. Hamlet received a bad vibe from them. His impression of them was as being two snakes so; he didnt want to spend much time with them. From describing some of Hamlets emotional states it portrays how a dysfunctional family can make a fellow family member emotionally unstable and insane. In conclusion, I think that the reason w hy Hamlet was caused to go through all of this mayhem and insanity was because, of greed, ambition, and power. Which was one the same reasons why Claudius couldnt repent for killing his own brother.