Read these three articles.1- http://neatoday.org/2013/07/18/with-little-funding

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Read these three articles.1- http://neatoday.org/2013/07/18/with-little-funding-or-support-community-college-students-dropping-out/2- https://www.reuters.com/article/us-attn-andrea-education-dropouts-idUSBRE82Q0Y1201203273- Article#3 has been attached to this assignment. After reading the articles, you will first complete a detailed outline. 1- For the outline you should determine ONE main effect that is evident and the TWO causes that led up to it from the readings.2- Use the worksheet to complete the outline. (The cause and effect worksheet has been attached to this assignment.)3- Once you have completed the outline worksheet, develop a Works Cited page for all the sources you have used to provide evidence in the outline. You must use MLA documentation properly.4- Add the Works Cited page to the end of the Outline Worksheet, making one documentNOTE: You MUST use the worksheet to develop your outline and write the essay.Now that you have completed the Worksheet, you can use it to write the essay. you will develop a 500-650-words essay on the cause and effect of the topic College dropout.  providing evidence from at least TWO of the articles you read. For this essay, you will examine ONE effect and TWO Causes about the topic College dropout. This essay must be in third person perspective. Remember to provide an accurate MLA in-text citation. Make sure the essay is in proper MLA format, and you include an accurate Work Cited page Due date: Sunday 07/01/18 by 9:00 pm

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   Read these three articles. 1- http://neatoday.org/2013/07/18/with-little-fun

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  Read these three articles.1- http://neatoday.org/2013/07/18/with-little-funding-or-support-community-college-students-dropping-out/2- https://www.reuters.com/article/us-attn-andrea-education-dropouts-idUSBRE82Q0Y1201203273- Article#3 has been attached to this assignment. After reading the articles, you will first complete a detailed outline. 1- For the outline you should determine ONE main effect that is evident and the TWO causes that led up to it from the readings.2- Use the worksheet to complete the outline. (The cause and effect worksheet has been attached to this assignment.)3- Once you have completed the outline worksheet, develop a Works Cited page for all the sources you have used to provide evidence in the outline. You must use MLA documentation properly.  4- Add the Works Cited page to the end of the Outline Worksheet, making one documentNOTE: You MUST use the worksheet to develop your outline and write the essay.  Now that you have completed the Worksheet, you can use it to write the essay. you will develop a 500-650-words essay on the cause and effect of the topic College dropout.  providing evidence from at least TWO of the articles you read. For this essay, you will examine ONE effect and TWO Causes about the topic College dropout. This essay must be in third person perspective. Remember to provide an accurate MLA in-text citation. Make sure the essay is in proper MLA format, and you include an accurate Work Cited page Due date: Sunday 07/01/18 by 9:00 pm

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  Situational Reactions Read the following three situations. Describe what you

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 Situational ReactionsRead the following three situations. Describe what you would do in EACH situation. Integrate the elements of reasoning and intellectual standards in your writing to show an understanding of the material behind your personal exampleYour essay should be 500-750 words in length and include the use of at least two (2) elements of reasoning and two (2) intellectual standards for EACH of the three (3) scenarios you will be discussing.Do not worry about your answers being right or wrong – your work will be evaluated on its connection to the material – not the behavior you would engage in if you found yourself in these situations.Scenario A: You are a soldier in the U.S. Military and are deployed in a foreign country during a war. A raid on a suspected military target went wrong, and your squad opened fire on several innocent people. Your commander asks you and the rest of the squad to make it look like they opened fire up on you first.How would you respond?How might your response change (or would it change) if the rest of your squad didn’t agree with you?Scenario B: As a new police officer, you pull someone over for speeding. You note some suspicious behavior and feel it is justified for you to search the offender’s vehicle. After searching the vehicle, you confiscate several ounces of marijuana, which is still illegal in the state you serve.You realize that the computer system is down, so you cannot chronicle this bust until you return to the station. After learning this, your partner, who is a decorated officer with more than 15 years on the force, pulls you aside and tells you that his wife is sick and he could really use that marijuana at home for medicinal purposes to help her with her pain.How would you respond to your partner?Does it make a difference that he is a much more experienced officer?Scenario C: Your child, Johnny, is a senior in high school, and has, up until this year, earned very good grades in his coursework. Because of his academic achievement, he has been awarded a full academic scholarship to a good university.Now, Johnny has a first-year teacher who assigns work that seems inappropriately difficult, and Johnny is struggling. Though his grades in his other classes are exceptional, he will need to earn a C or better for this class if he hopes to keep his scholarship, and it all hinges on his score on the last assignment in this difficult class.The assignment is on a topic that your professor did her graduate work on, so you know there’s no way a high schooler should be expected to do well in this assignment. Still, if Johnny doesn’t ace this assignment, he will not earn a good enough course grade to keep his scholarship.Do you actively help him complete the assignment, or do you let him do it himself, knowing that without your help he will fail the assignment, not because he isn’t smart enough or dedicated enough, but because the assignment is inappropriately difficult?Your completed assignment should be written primarily in first person and should be 500-750 words in length. If you use sources in your writing, be sure to identify them. If you use any direct language from a source, be sure to place those words in quotation marks.Your assignment should adhere to the stated page length requirement for the week and use APA style formatting including a title page and reference section. You should use Times New Roman, 12pt. font, double-spaced lines, and one inch margins. A description of APA style and the APA template can be found in the Writing Center.

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You will select one of the three case vignettes to use for your final course pr

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You will select one of the three case vignettes to use for your final course project. The project will be a mock forensic assessment report incorporating the major topics from each module.For this assignment, analyze the information provided in any of the provided case vignettes and begin to formulate hypotheses based on the referral questions.Click here to download the case vignettes.You can identify the referral question from the case vignette you choose. You might also consider the following referral questions in formulating your hypothesis:As a forensic mental health professional, what factors do you need to consider in your psychological testing for the forensic assessment report?What behavioral observations do you make about the client after reading the case vignette?What are your assessment options in working with the client?What standard and accepted psychological tests might you apply to your client in forensic settings?How will you recognize and evaluate your client’s offender behaviors associated with malingering and deception?Tasks:In a 1- to 2-page Microsoft Word document, address the following:Describe the case scenario you have selected.Identify the reason for a referral.Identify the purpose of the forensic assessment and report.Present your impressions of the client.Describe your professional role and relationship with the court and the third party requesting the assessment or evaluation.Explain the hypotheses you have formulated.     Case 1 Ms. G is a forty-six-year-old Caucasian female charged with burglary. She was arrested for the offense after she was found by the police with her neighbor’s property. She was intoxicated and in possession of drugs at the time of the arrest. She also was belligerent and combative and surprised that she was being accused of a crime. She initiated a physical altercation with the police and was immediately taken into custody with the highest level of constraint to protect her and the officers from potential harm. The officers’ report indicated that Ms. G was irritable, assaultive, hyperactive, and irrational when they approached her. She was also unable to engage in conversation and believed the officers were attempting to poison her. Her energy level was excessively high, and she emphatically stated that she knew the mayor personally and would have the officers and prosecutor incarcerated for accusing her of this crime. She refused defense counsel and insisted on speaking to the judge before her pretrial. While incarcerated, she rallied the other inmates to protest the rules and initiated a hunger strike. She became more paranoid while in the holding cell, suggesting that the police planted drugs on her and were attempting to locate and kill her only remaining family member. They were, in fact, attempting to contact her brother to gather information on her mental health. Her brother provided them with relevant family history. He indicated that Ms. G had lost her parents at an early age and was separated from her brother when they went into foster care. Her brother had had minimal contact with her from the time she was four years old until she turned eighteen and found him with the help of a private investigator. They maintained only intermittent contact because Ms. G was transient, moving around the country on a regular basis. She held odd jobs, sold drugs, and lived with boyfriends to survive. To her brother’s knowledge, Ms. G had never received any mental health treatment. She also denied a history treatment. She refused to speak with the police about her charges and personal history. Ms. G faces a trial for her offense because she refused a plea bargain. She also refused defense counsel when it was offered. Determine what type of forensic assessment would be most appropriate for this case and discuss the rationale for your decision. Your choices are: Competency to stand trial Substance abuse evaluation Not guilty by reason of insanity Mental health treatment evaluationCase 2Mr. P is a twenty-six-year-old single male charged with his fourth driving under the influence (DUI). He was arrested while parked in his car in front of his apartment. His blood alcohol level was just over the legal limit, and he passed most of the sobriety tests given by the officer who arrested him. During the arrest, he stated that he had returned from a going-away party for a friend and was so tired he fell asleep in his car before he was able to make it into his apartment. He admitted to drinking that evening but denied with certainty thatPage 1 of 3 Individual Assessment    he was intoxicated. His story was convincing to the officer, but his previous history of DUIs warranted the arrest. Mr. P was pleasant and cooperative during the arrest and was taken into custody without incident. He was released the next day with a court date. He obtained legal defense and faced the judge with both fear that he would be incarcerated and confidence that he had a defensible case. Much to his surprise, the judge imposed a harsh sentence—ninety-day substance use treatment—at the corrections facility. Mr. P has never been incarcerated and faces losing his job if he spends ninety days in treatment. The judge did not show him any leniency or take into consideration his position in the community, his clean criminal background, or the eight-year time span between his last and present DUI charges. Mr. P disclosed to his lawyer that his father was an alcoholic and that there is a long history of alcohol and drug abuse in his family. He also indicated that his mother was schizophrenic and he was responsible for much of her care during his formative years. He became a successful operations manager for a software engineering company at an early age and is on the fast track to becoming a shareholder within the next two years if he maintains a clear record and follows company policy. He admitted to a bout of depression in college following the placement of his mother in a nursing home. He denied a history of depression prior to that point in time but admitted that his past circumstances likely made him susceptible to emotional difficulty. He began drinking at fourteen years of age to deal with the stress of his mother’s illness and his responsibility for her. His use increased during the one year in college when he was depressed. He received the initial two of his three previous DUIs on campus that year. His third DUI was the result of driving home after having a drink to celebrate passing a difficult examination. The police in his college town were known to make a high number of drunken driving arrests that were rarely fought in court. He believes that he was simply prey for the police and denied he was irresponsible with drinking and driving. Mr. P admitted to recent work stress that likely threatened his position and future with the company. He denied feeling depressed or the urge to use alcohol to reduce his stress. Mr. P has been depressed and used alcohol excessively in the past when he faced stress and difficulty. He also denies the seriousness of the charges against him. Determine what type of forensic assessment would be most appropriate for this case and discuss the rationale for your decision. Your choices are: Competency to stand trial Substance abuse evaluation Not guilty by reason of insanity Mental health treatment evaluationCase 3Mr. H has been charged with second-degree murder as a result of shooting a man in his apartment complex for playing loud music night after night. He admitted to killing the man and expressed remorse but felt justified in his murder because he had made so many previous requests to his neighbor to turn down his music. During questioning, Mr. H revealed that on the night of the shooting, he was instructed by the God of his universe to exterminate the noise that disturbed the angels. It was at that point when he loaded his rifle and went upstairs to kill his neighbor. The suspect is twenty-four years old with no former mental health history. He was able to discuss his past development with the detective working on the case. He presented with no hostility or irrational thoughts. He related that his development in his family was relatively uneventfulPage 2 of 3 Individual Assessment  Case Vignettes   2    and that he had close relationships with both his mother and father and with his two younger siblings, one brother and one sister. He had recently moved into his own apartment, after graduating from college, and is receiving support from his mother until he finds work. His father died two years ago in a tragic car accident. He felt guilty for moving but also wanted to be independent and begin his career. The suspect admitted to hearing voices on one other occasion when he was driving his car to the grocery store about one year ago. He assumed it was he himself who was talking to himself and never gave it another thought. He began to apparently feel more remorse as the interview proceeded, but the investigator was uncertain that it was genuine and wondered if he was being manipulated by the suspect. The investigator returned him to his cell to await further questioning and formal charges. Mr. H faces murder charges and is not clearly presenting with remorse. He has experienced recent losses and changes that have resulted in an increase in stress and responsibility. Mr. H has also begun to experience auditory hallucinations, which he indicated provoked him to shoot his neighbor. Determine what type of forensic assessment would be most appropriate for this case and discuss the rationale for your decision.  Your choices are: Competency to stand trial Substance abuse evaluation Not guilty by reason of insanity Mental health treatment evaluation  

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This report aims to provide a critical analysis of three interventions

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Student Name: May Clayton
Student ID: 123123123
MMH356: Final ReportiAssignment Two: Case Study Final ReportDIAGNOSIS AND REVIEW OF INTERVENTIONS AT QANTASWritten by May Clayton – 123123123MMH356 – CHANGE MANAGEMENTUnit Chair: Jan Fermelis
Tutor: Jan Fermelis
Trimester X, 20XX
Submitted 30 August, 20xxStudent Name: May Clayton
Student ID: 123123123
MMH356: Final ReportiiTABLE OF CONTENTS
LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS ….…………………………………………………………. iii
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY ………………………………………………………………… iv
BACKGROUND .…..……………………………………………………………………… 1
1.0 INTRODUCTION ………………………….…………………………………………… 2
2.0 DIAGNOSIS AND REVIEW ………………………………………………………….. 32.1 Qantas’s Environment ……………………..…………………………………………. 3
2.2 Changes at Qantas …….……………………………………………………………… 4
2.2.1 Strategy ……….……………………………………………………………………… 5
2.2.2 Structure ……………………………………………………………………………… 7
2.2.3 Systems ……………………………………………………………………………… 8
2.3.4 Staff …………………………………………………………………………………… 8
2.2.5 Style ……………………………………………………………………………..…… 9
2.2.6 Shared Vales ………………………………………………………………………… 9
2.2.7 Skills ………………….…………………………………………….……………….. 10
2.3 Recommendations …………..……………………………………………………….. 103.0 CONCLUSION …………………………..…………………………………………… 13
4.0 RECOMMENDATIONS …….……………………………………………..…………14Student Name: May Clayton
Student ID: 123123123
MMH356: Final ReportiiiLIST OF ILLUSTRATIONSFigure 1: Investor Day Presentation, 2015, p.9 ………………………………………… 6Student Name: May Clayton
Student ID: 123123123
MMH356: Final ReportivEXECUTIVE SUMMARYThis report aims to provide a critical analysis of three interventions that were
implemented at Qantas within the last three years. The report provides an analysis of
Qantas’s force-field; illustrating these structural and strategic changes were a result
of pressures influencing Qantas from their general and task environment. Driving
forces from customers and competitors; pushing for lower prices and higher quality
services resulted in Qantas creating an alliance with Emirates, as well as
undertaking a $2 billion cost reduction programme; consisting of downsizing its
workforce by 5000 employees and redesigning its operations to be more cost
effective.
The report conducts an analysis and review of these interventions using the
McKinsey’s 7S Diagnostic Framework; examining each intervention under the
elements of strategy, structure, systems, staff, style, shared values and skills. This
analysis then leads to the development of recommendations for future improvement
of change management at Qantas.
The outcome of this report suggests in regards to the downsizing intervention;
Qantas should treat all employee with fairness and respect, remove none critical
employee roles first and provide stress management to remaining employees. In
relation to the redesigning of activities; Qantas should provide training to all
employees as well as creating a focus on results and providing rewards to
employees meeting targets. Finally in correspondence with the Emirates alliance
intervention; Qantas should provide online training to all employees, spread the
change though interorganisational crossing over of staff; as well as through crossing
over of executive employees. These recommendations aim to position Qantas as a
strong and fierce competitor within the airline industry.Student Name: May Clayton
Student ID: 123123123
MMH356: Final Report1BACKGROUNDQantas Airways Limited was founded in 1920 in outback Queensland (Qantas Airways
Limited 2016, para.1). It has since grown to be one of the largest public companies in
Australia, operating within various industry sectors (Williams 2016, para.1). Qantas’s
primary control is within the Domestic Airlines and International Airline sec…

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Dissertation Writers: Identify the three most important guidelines for multicultural and social justice competence that would guide you professionally and ethically once the group was underway.

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Dissertation Writers: Identify the three most important guidelines for multicultural and social justice competence that would guide you professionally and ethically once the group was underway.
Describe the ethical theories that can help u decide what is the right thing to do?
Discuss 5 most important things u learned that will help u b a better leader?
Identify the three most important guidelines for multicultural and social justice competence that would guide you professionally and ethically once the group was underway. Explain why you selected these guidelines in particular.
Of the three guidelines you described, explain which one(s) you believe you need to develop additional knowledge or experience with as part of your professional development and why
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Dissertation Writers: Propose three ways that HR can use competitive advantage in the marketplace to recruit new applicants in general

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Dissertation Writers: Propose three ways that HR can use competitive advantage in the marketplace to recruit new applicants in general
Strategic Approach” Please respond to the following:
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Choose ONE of the three business outlets mentioned below, and

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Group Assignment – PricingChoose ONE of the three business outlets mentioned below, and explore THREE of the most
prevalent price promotion or pricing tactics that you have observed:
1) Supermarket
2) Cinemas3) Chemist shops
In this assignment you are required to prepare a report on the pricing activities of ONE business
from the list of THREE above.Overview:1. Choose a business from the list of three provided.2. Examine the price promotion and pricing tactics of your selected business.3. Discuss the extent to which the business’ pricing practices are linked with theories discussed
in the lecture and tutorial.4. In the report you are expected to provide support to your argument based on either research
and/or theory discussed in the lecture.5. The last section of the report should be about your recommendation to the business based on
your findings in relation to the business’ pricing practices.6. The recommendation should be specific and must include rationale.Further Guidelines:1. Number of references needed – at least 6 journal articles or book references.2. Be succinct and don’t waste word space in defining or describing the concept in detail. Assume
that the reader knows about the concepts.3. You must reference the articles that you have selected following Harvard Referencing Guide.4. Follow a report format – a. Executive summary + Introduction + Observation and Research +
Discussion and finally Recommendations.5. The word limit is 2000 words. If you are above the limit to some extent, about
20%, it is fine.6. Assignments must be submitted through FLO. There will be a dropbox on FLO for the
assignment submission.7. Only one assignment per group is needed.8. Make sure you list all the members of your group at the front page of the assignment.
9. Front page should have a title – e.g. “Examination of Pricing tactics of business X”10. Submission due date – 18th May 2018 (Week 10).

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Write a poem of three-line stanzas

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Write a poem of three-line stanzas
In describing the importance of language in creative writing, Burroway writes: “If you write in words that evoke the senses, if your language is full of things that can be seen, heard, smelled, tasted, and touched, you create a world your reader can enter.”
Complete all three of the following prompts from your textbook. Your purpose here is to practice creating imagery in your writing; however, the slightly informal nature of this assignment should not be interpreted as permission to write inattentively. Creative works you complete for the journal activity may be significantly expanded and revised for later work.
Save your journal entry as a Microsoft Word file and submit it using the appropriate link in the Session 2 folder. Follow all the directions, adhere to the rules of Standard Written English, and submit by the deadline.
1. Contrasts can evoke strong emotions and images in creative writing. Re-read Yusef Komunyakaa’s poem “Facing It” (page 42). Make note of the ways Komunyakaa contrasts ideas and images: white and black, night and morning, stone and flesh, solid and air, movement and stasis, reality and reflection, past and present. These contrasts create a sense of confusion and tension. Write two paragraphs of your own in which you describe a brief fictional scene that is full of contrasts. Make the contrasts meaningful to the character in your scene.
2. A stanza is a group of lines in poetry. (Billy Collins’ poem “Snow Day” on page 41 is eight five-line stanzas, for example.) Write a poem of three-line stanzas that follows this pattern: The first line consists of an abstraction, plus a verb, plus a place; the second line describes attire; and the third line of each stanza summarizes an action. Let it flow. Each stanza should make sense by itself; all together the poem does not have to make absolute sense. See the examples on page 24 of Imaginative Writing. Your completed poem should be at least eight stanzas.
3. Quickly list as many clichéd metaphors as you can think of: the path of life, eyes like pools, crazy as a bedbug, nose to the grindstone, and so forth. Provide the list. Then switch half a dozen of the comparisons: eyes like bedbugs, nose to the path, the grindstone of life. Then, write a brief poem (at least 20 lines) using your merged metaphors.

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