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Please read the word file carefully! You can refer to the pdf files for better u

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I have attached additional instructions for the assessment. I believe the inform

I have attached additional instructions for the assessment. I believe the information should be self explanatory. I also attached a sample of the assignment.
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Exam Content According to the World Economic Forum article, “Companies Have N

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According to the World Economic Forum article, “Companies Have No Excuse for ‘Diversity Fatigue,’” companies are investing in diversity programs, but it’s not working. Companies have no excuse for “diversity fatigue,” and “today, just 24 Fortune 500 CEOs are female, three are black, and one is openly gay,” (Tsusaka, 2019).

Assume you are a manager in one of the Fortune 500 organizations. Due to rapid technological changes and the appearance of new market opportunities, the organization is facing upcoming recruitment needs. You are assigned as a lead committee member for the development of new recruitment and retention strategies.

Compose a 525- to 700-word committee report for the CEO. Include the following in your report:

A justification of why the emphasis on diversity and inclusion will better serve the organization’s management principles
An assessment of how the emphasis on diversity and inclusion could improve organizational goals related to employee recruitment, employee retention, and organizational leadership
Recommendations for employee training initiatives to support diversity and inclusion
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1. What are the monthly rates of inflation for the past 4 months? 2. What is

1. What are the monthly rates of inflation for the past 4 months?
2. What is the fed’s dual mandate?
a. Is the fed meeting its targets?
b. What are they doing about it?
3. What are some of the policies that put us in the current situation?
4. Do you think the fed has been making the right or wrong decisions with everything going?
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FOR THE CAPSTONE FINAL, you will develop your own ORIGINAL Case Study. ** Tell

FOR THE CAPSTONE FINAL, you will develop your own ORIGINAL Case Study.
** Tell an Original Story utilizing Business Terminology and providing at least 4 Business Case Questions and Responses from your Case Study. **
My recommendation is that you begin the process in Week 1. I have provided a SAMPLE of a CASE STUDY in your course syllabi.
The AMTRAK Case should be used as your Case Study Template in developing your own case study. Your case study should be 5 pages ONLY NEW CHANGE (1-Page for Cover Page and 1-Page for References). You must provide questions with an answer key to those questions.
The Case Study should encapsulate all you have learned in the MBA Program. Theories and methodologies should be incorporated into your scholarly work. The contents of your case study should be thought-provoking and challenge professional ideologies relating to socio-cultural, economic, political, financial, environmental concepts affecting leadership’s role in business.
All contents citations/references should be written in APA format. Please use the syllabi as your guide/template for the FINAL Case Study CAPSTONE assignment.
Single spaced!
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Much of the direction for this module is from Prof. Johnson who graciously gave

Much of the direction for this module is from Prof. Johnson who graciously gave me permission to use in this class. He included many helpful articles and suggestions on the topic.
The goal of this module is to make sense of data and create charts (visuals). These are important skills that employers want to see.
Remember that the data from all 15 (non-pilot) participants must be complete. If any of your 15 participants, agree to complete your survey, but drop out (or otherwise don’t complete your survey), you’ll need to replace those participants. If you’ve collected complete sets of data from more than 15 (non-pilot) participants, that’s fine. For example, if you asked 20 participants to complete your survey, and 18 did, that’s fine. Don’t throw away (or ignore) any data! Use all the complete data you obtained.
Read “How to Code Open-Ended Survey questions”
Note that during Step #2, you should read through ALL the responses to each of your open-ended questions, not just a sample, BEFORE you start to code the responses (because your surveys’ sample sizes are small enough to make it feasible for you to read through all the responses). 2. As Step #8 directs, you should repeat Steps #3 through #6 as many times as it takes to obtain a valid and reliable coding system for each of your open-ended questions. As Step #4 recommends, your final coding scheme should not have more than 7 coding categories (for each open-ended question), and you should ensure that no coding category has less than 5% of responses.
Next, count the number of responses in each of your coding categories (for each of your open-ended questions) following the example provided by the “Planning Council for Health and Human Services’ (2011) handout.”
For each of the open-ended questions in your survey, make a table like the example table in the Planning Council for Health and Human Services’ (2011) handout.
Make sure that each of your tables contains the exact wording of the openended question (as the Planning Council for Health and Human Services’ (2011) handout does at the top of its table). 3. Save each of your tables as its own separate image (.jpg, .jpeg, or .png), or take a screenshot of each table.
Make a new post of at least 200 words in which you
1. tell us how many open-ended questions your survey contained;
2. describe the process you used for coding each of the open-ended questions in your final;
3. discuss any difficulties you encountered in coding the open-ended questions and what you would do differently in a future survey to avoid these difficulties.
4. If you didn’t encounter any difficulties in coding the open-ended questions, then discuss what features of your open-ended questions or your coding scheme you think enabled you to avoid difficulties.
5. Embed (not attach, but embed) the images of the tables you constructed for coding and counting each of your open-ended questions. The words in these tables do not count toward your 200-word-count Discussion Board Module 12–Part I
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Book The Capital Markets Evolution of the Financial Ecosystem Gary Strumeyer 7-

Book The Capital Markets Evolution of the Financial Ecosystem Gary Strumeyer
7-1 Discussion: CDOs and SIVs.

First complete the textbook reading for this module. Then, in your initial post, compare and contrast collateralized debt obligations (CDOs) and structured investment vehicles (SIVs). Consider these elements of CDOs and SIVs in your post:

Strategic objectives
Structure
Operations
Purpose
Issuance
Impact on investment markets
In response to your peers, give your list of pros and cons for both CDOs and SIVs in today’s market.

To complete this assignment, review the Discussion Rubric PDF document.
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Read the case carefully and start answering the questions from the Framework for

Read the case carefully and start answering the questions from the Framework for Ethical Decision Making.
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Using the dataset titled Econometrics Final Exam, perform statistical analyses t

Using the dataset titled Econometrics Final Exam, perform statistical analyses to answer the following questions:

Businesses entering new countries and cultural contexts often are surprised about the extent of bribery expectations they encounter. The following culture and national variables are designed to help predict bribery rates. Country code is an arbitrary code assigned to a country as an id #. Bribery likelihood is a variable determined by various NGOs that indicates the extent to which companies can expect bribery requests in a certain country. Uncertain, Achievement, and Humane are cultural attributes of the country. GDP growth is country’s GDP growth rate. Rule of law captures the extent to which a country enforces the written and codified legal structure. Poverty is a variable created to show how much people lack access to clean water, health care, and education, and HDI Score and Category are United Nations variables that describe human flourishing in a country.

1) Perform descriptive statistics and create a correlation matrix for this data. Note any relationships or findings of interest. Will multicolinearity be a problem in this data?

2) Is GDP Growth a significant predictor of Bribery? How well does the model perform?

3) How do the three Culture variables influence Bribery likelihood? Interpret your regression model. *(Disclaimer: You would not typically want to have so many variables in a regression model with this small of a sample. The questions here are for learning purposes only).

4) What happens to this model if you control for a country’s HDI Score? Now, instead of including HDI Score as a control, create a dummy variable so that you can control for whether a country is Low HDI in the regression model. How does this affect the model?

5) Does Rule of Law affect Bribery rates? Some experts believe Rule of Law is good in moderate amounts. They predict more Bribery will happen when rule of law is either nonexistent or very high (suggesting a nonlinear relationship). Please test that assertion.

Your deliverable is a report addressing the analyses performed to answer the questions. Your report should include:

1. Introduction

2. Research Questions

3. Methods

4. Results

5. Conclusions
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