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Smith Consulting (Virtual Organization) – needs a database to track their consulting staff, each staff member’s skill sets, and what projects they are working on

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ONLY FOR YASHASWI An organization’s structure includes the jobs the employees hold within the organization. The design of an organization includes the process of making decisions. Outline the 6 key elements of an organization’s structure. Based on information from your company’s Web site and other information sources, describe your company’s organizational structure. Include the following information in your analysis: Identify and diagram 1 organizational structure that can be applied to your company. Justify the theory with information from your research. Based on the 3 goals you researched last week, analyze 1 strategy that seems to be working well for your company and 1 that needs improvement. Add information about how the organizational structure will help reinforce what is working well and what needs to be improved. As stated in the chats, instead of a written paper, students may submit a PowerPoint presentation for this assignment. The same requirements apply: outline the six elements of an organization structure, identify one organization theory that can be applied to your selected organization, analyze strategies, etc. Deliverable Length: 5–7 PowerPoint slides (plus title and reference slides); 100 words of speaker notes per slide.

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In preparation for the survey to find out more about the customer, determine
the target market. Develop a profile for the target audience. Conduct secondary
research on your company/client’s product or service and target audiences.
Answer the following questions in your target customer report:

  • Why is it important to select a target market first in the research
    process?

 

  • Who is the target market?

 

  • Identify the target market’s personality traits, interests, and
    lifestyles.

 

  • What research did you use to determine the target market?

 

  • List 2–3 resources used to determine the target market.

 

  • State how identifying the target market will help you develop the research
    design survey.

PLEASE INCLUDE REFERENCES AND MUST BE 1000+ WORDS

PLEASE INCLUDE REFERENCES

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PLEASE INCLUDE REFERENCES AND MUST HAVE WORD COUNT OF 800-1000 WORDS

Now that you have determined the characteristics of the target market, design your survey, and construct the primary research.

  1. The survey should include 10–12 questions that you will use to collect information about the company’s developing marketing strategy. Include information about the following:
    • Explain why you chose the audience you did.
    • What are the audience segment’s perceptions of the company’s brands?
    • How is the audience segmented? By geography? By personality traits? By likes and dislikes?
    • What ethical concerns exist when conducting the research?
  2. During this week, conduct the primary research by sending out your survey to at least 10 people to use for the analysis.
  3. Send an update via e-mail confirming that you have sent the survey and any other progress you’ve made by midweek to your instructor.

Next week, you will enter and analyze the audience data to include in your key assignment draft of the research proposal.

Elements of Design

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Elements of Design

During the process of envisioning and designing a film, the director, production designer, and art director (in collaboration with the cinematographer) are concerned with several major spatial and temporal elements. These design elements punctuate and underscore the movement of figures within the frame, including the following:  setting, lighting, costuming, makeup, and hairstyles. Choose a scene from movieclips.com. In a three to five page paper, (excluding the cover and reference pages) analyze the mise-en-scène.

Respond to the following prompts with at least one paragraph per bulleted topic:

  • Identify the names of the artists involved in the film’s production: the director, the production designer, and the art director. Describe in separate paragraphs each artist’s role in the overall design process.  Conduct additional research if necessary, citing your book, film, and other external sources correctly in APA format.
  • Explain how the artists utilize lighting in the scene. How does the lighting affect our emotional understanding of certain characters? What sort of mood does the lighting evoke? How does lighting impact the overall story the filmmaker is attempting to tell?
  • Describe the setting, including the time period, location, and culture in which the film takes place.
  • Explain what costuming can tell us about a character.  In what ways can costuming be used to reflect elements of the film’s plot?
  • Explain how hairstyle and makeup can help tell the story. What might hairstyle and makeup reveal about the characters?
  • Discuss your opinion regarding the mise-en-scène. Do the elements appear to work together in a harmonious way? Does the scene seem discordant?  Do you think the design elements are congruent with the filmmaker’s vision for the scene?

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Need Help ASAP by Sunday 3 Dec 12

English Comp II

 

ENGL107-1205A-02 English Composition
II
Assignment Name: Unit 4 Individual Project
Deliverable Length: 100-150 words
Details: For information on Macintosh Word shortcuts, clickhere.
In this assignment, you will work to create an informative and dynamic
introduction. A dynamic introduction is important to grab your readers’
attention, and it also sets a tone for your essay. To write an effective
introduction, writers use many different patterns of development to
introduce their thesis statement and create interest that inspires readers to
read the rest of the essay.
To Prepare Your Introduction:

  1. Choose a pattern of development explained in your textbook from the list
    below:

    1. Narrative
  1. Description
  1. Illustration
  1. Process Analysis
  1. Comparison and Contrast
  1. Classification and Division
  1. Definition
  1. Cause and Effect
  1. Use the pattern of development that you have selected to create your
    introduction.
  1. At the end of your introduction, place your thesis statement.

Please submit your assignment.
For assistance with your assignment, please use your text, Web resources, and
all course materials. Please refer to the following multimedia course
material(s):