Disruptive Forces in Business

Humanities, Undergraduate
Module 7 has addressed the various disruptive forces that are reshaping the way business is conducted in the 21st century. Businesses need to be able to identify and analyse how these disruptive forces are impacting their organisation to mitigate risks and plan for the future. The social, economic, and political impacts of these disruptive forces were covered in this module. You have also been introduced to the ways these disruptive forces are managed and governed internationally. This assignment requires you to reflect on the impact of disruptive forces from an industry perspective. 1) Choose one of the following disruptive forces:     Climate change      Cybersecurity threats     AutomationAssess a threat and an opportunity associated with your chosen disruptive force from the perspective of an industry of your choice, by conducting…
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Explaining natural Selection

Humanities, MLA
For the following statements, discuss whether each is correct or not. What about it is or isnt right? How would you say it more correctly or more clearly? Natural selection is deceptively simple. The three truths about the natural world that ensure natural selection is always happening are new to most students and can be hard to explain unless you really understand what is happening. And the language to explain these ideas needs to be precise. So, this is also an exercise in using class vocabulary correctly. Word choice matters a lot one word can change the meaning of a sentence! 1. Natural selection is a process that eventually causes evolution. 2.These traits can be passed down to offspring to help ensure survival of their population. 3.Natural selection begins with…
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Ancient Egypt

Humanities, Undergraduate
Begin with an introduction with a thesis statement.Provide a brief history of your culture.Explain how your chosen culture is represented in the United States.Discuss whether your culture individualistic or collectivistic. Provide at least one example.Detail some of the artistic (art, music, architecture, dance) contributions of your culture.Explain some of the values of your culture. Provide at least three examples.Discuss your cultures religion(s). Include name and basic belief system of at least one of the major faiths.Detail some of the sex and gender role differences in your culture (provide at least three examples)Discuss what we would need to know to acculturate into your culture. (If a past one, what would we need to do for preparing for our time machine to fit in). Provide at least one concrete suggestion.End with the…
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Informative Speech outline + powerpoint

APA (edition "APA 7"), Humanities
The purpose of this speech is to INFORM or TEACH, which are both different from PERSUADING. The informative speech should be completed in an outline format (i.e., NOT the verbatim text of your speech).Instructions: CHOOSING A TOPIC:Remember that you want to inform or teach your audience of something. For this speech, it is best to choose a topic that you have no strong feelings about, because this will minimize the tendency to want to persuade your audience.WRITING YOUR OUTLINE:Use the Speaking Outline provided in the bookYou must use 3 acceptable sources for this speech (see syllabus for what constitutes an acceptable source).CONSTRUCTING A POWERPOINT:Make a PowerPoint that is simplified for the audienceSpeech should be 5 minutes long.Example of an outline is in attachments
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What are your teamwork skills?

APA (edition "APA 6"), Humanities
twelve jobs that have to be done in a team were presented.  These include the following classified by four categories:PeopleNetworker: meets new people and collects new ideas.Inspirer: inspires and motivates people.Creativity and Problem-SolvingCreative thinker: generates the ideas.WorkStayer: has staying power, is patient, and fine with routine and repetition.Examine the twelve jobs that have to be done in a team.  From the list, identify four (out of the twelve) jobs you believe you are naturally inclined to undertake.  Provide a short paragraph explaining why for each job.This assignment is a qualitative effort.  The grade will be based upon your own words and thoughts about your code of ethics.  The context will count for 40 points and grammar and spelling will count for 10 points.  Essays are due as a Canvas upload…
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Communication and Identity

Humanities, Undergraduate
APA 7 Formatting6 pages double-spaced using Calibiri 11 font.6 sources required (as references to help argument).Topic:Examine how identity is reflected in communication and how communication and identity are performed with others. Compare a text or email conversation between you and a peer and one between you and an older relative or friend (parent, mentor, grandparent etc.). What can you detect about identities being communicated in the conversations? This will likely include age but should move beyond just age differences. Draw an overall conclusion from your comparison and use this as the focus of your essay.
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Group discussion over foreign policy

Humanities, Undergraduate
There is a marked difference between Presidents Trump and Biden Administration when it comes to foreign policy. Each has his own unique way of doing what he feels best for the United States.From what you know, which President has created a foreign policy that you support? You will not be docked points for your opinion. You will be docked points if you do not explain yourself
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The epic of Gilamesh

Humanities, MLA
The Epic of Gilgamesh has appeared in the readings and text over the last few weeks. You have read Stiebing's analysis and my comments. The Epic functions as a myth, as a piece of literature, and as a piece of political and religious propaganda. It involves the gods, and man, and deals with behavior, friendship, the expectations and obligations of a ruler, immortality...What stood out to you the most about the Epic? Why?What did you think of it? Why?Write at least one full paragraph, of at least five sentences.If you quote or paraphrase from a research source other than the course materials or your own knowledge, use an informal citation (author, title, page, URL or website) in parentheses, as an in-line/in-text citation (MLA style). Failure to do this is plagiarism,…
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reflecting

APA (edition "APA 6"), Humanities
Do this instructions and the readings you do the reflections on is attached This is one of the six learning diaries. You need to write 700 words minimum or you can do a podcast of 5-7 minutes recorded (for only 3 of your learning diaries, the other 3 must be written). You will do this individually, however you can draw on ideas from people that were mentioned in classIn academia we often deal with complex social issues that we can never do justice to in the time we have together in class; A learning diary gives you the opportunity and the space to reflect freely about the issues that we are reading about and discussing. It also gives you an opportunity to write freely in the first person. Many of…
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Transition

Humanities, Not applicable
What is the first epidemiological transition?  While addressing this question make sure to identify (a) what an epidemiological transition is; (b) the environmental and cultural conditions that account for the changes in the diseases that affected human populations before and after this transition; (c) explore the concepts of heirloom and souvenir diseases; (d) apply the concept of niche construction; and (d) incorporate evidence from tuberculosis and malaria to characterize this transition.  Make sure to use the information presented both in lectures and the assigned readings.Word countMinimum length: 750 words.Maximum length: 1,500 words.
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