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Office Share Executive Summary
Office Share is a share-space venture that takes advantage of the burgeoning share economy demand in Reston, VA, by offering a location where teleworkers can work, use the Internet, relax, and come and go as they please with minimal cost to themselves. This executive summary will provide an overview of the strategy, assets, risk, strategic advertising plan, and statement of corporate responsibility.

The strategy of Office Share is to provide beautiful workspaces that are easily accessible, where teleworkers can work at any hour of the day. Located at 1925 Isaac Newton Sq. East Square, Reston, VA, 20190, Suite 203, our facilities are conveniently situated within walking distance off the Wiehle Metro station to attract teleworkers looking for an affordable, welcoming, inviting, relaxing venue where they can have access to a share space community, have coffee, hop online, and do work. With the rise of the share economy (AirBnB,….

In this instance, regardless of the public announcement that the state was following World Health Organization protocol, the public was furious. Public distrust continued when the new vaccine arrived, as the media had implied in previous reports that the vaccine was "rushed" through production. The public fears and responses that happened could have been mitigated through more scheduled town hall public meetings, where citizens are free to vent all concerns.
The second tasks assigned was that of benchmarking with other states on their methods and processes in handling the outbreak and utilizing those best practices in Tennessee. For this assignment Tennessee focused their communications and research on the state of Texas. Texas was at the front lines of the outbreak and had implemented a successful program to distribute anti-viral medications through a partnership with private pharmacies. This strategy was immediately adopted and adapted to Tennessee's individual situation.

The final requirement of….

Spring LLC Executive Summary
Choice Spring, LLC.

The current project is one where the launch of an independent and community-based financial organization will be launched within the community of Towson, Maryland. The company will offer such services as health and life insurance, commercial policies for business needs, rental and home insurance, planning and preparing for 401(k), retirement, an IAs, as well as mutual funs and stock investing services. This will be augmented with more locally tailored deliverables, which are centered around providing stellar service in a more intimate environment in comparison to the larger retail chains of financial institution that are present in Towson. The project scope will include the steps to opening the retail location and acquiring all necessary licensing and permits to operate within Towson. A number of potential risks threaten the stakeholders, both the staff and community, in these trying financial times. Yet, with the more intimate nature….

Comp-XM Executive Summary
Round One

The overall summary of the balanced scorecard for the Comp-XM indicates approximately two thirds of the possible decision points. The financial evaluation indicates higher rates of the stock prices (6.4/7), slight above average profit levels (4.7/7), and two thirds of the leverage condition (4.0/6). The underlining factors under the stock price were the fundamental factors (earning base and valuation multiple), technical factors, and Market sentiment. The market sentiment (psychological factors) approaches the maximum level in relation to the products of the company. This indicates that the level of individual and collective sentiments or psychology of the market compares appropriately across the industry thus allowing the company to enjoy higher stock prices. The overall stock prices within the industry also prove to add to the higher levels of the company's prices. The profit levels of the company seems to be lower because of the overall costs of stock,….

Managerial Practices Executive Summary esearch previous work learned concepts. Executive summary analyze organizational behavior concepts common managerial practices involved day -- day operations criminal justice settings.
Managerial Practices

Management refers to the process of bringing people together in order to achieve desired goals and objectives within an organization via available resources effectively. The process involves functions of management such as planning, staffing, controlling and leading. Organizational behavior examines the impact that groups or individuals and structures have on behavior of the staff within an organization Griffin, 2012()

Management practices vary across many organizations but the common concept is that efficient management practices are associated with better performance in terms of profit returns and productivity. The criminal justice setting is a system whereby government institutions practices are directed towards upholding justice, mitigating crime and punishing those who violate laws through rehabilitation or penalties. Fundamental concepts of organizational behavior are directed towards promoting effective managerial….

Because the relaxation of market barriers to entry into the Chinese market have only recently come down, the potential for return for a first-mover like Harley Davidson is enormous, particularly as it already has strong brand name recognition. Yet there is also great risk if local governments continue to place restrictions on motorcycle use and construction, such as engine size (Nakashima, 2006, p.1).
Furthermore, "a population with a restricted but expanding disposable income will be a challenge" ("Harley-Davidson roars into China" BBC News, 2006). The Chinese business culture remains "fast-changing, enigmatic and anything but transparent, China is a nation where local corruption and shifting rules abound" (Schmid 2004). At present unlicensed, unauthorized Harley Davidson dealers are now operating in China, catering to local enthusiasts, but if the company does not act now it could lose the brand integrity and recognition it has worked so long to build around the world,….

Nike Financials
DETAILS (Executive Summary follows below)

Company Summary:

NIKE, Inc., together with its subsidiaries, engages in the design, development, marketing, and sale of footwear, apparel, equipment, and accessory products for men, women, and children worldwide. NIKE, Inc. was founded in 1964 and is headquartered in Beaverton, Oregon.

Audit firm: PricewaterhouseCoopers, LLP.

Stock exchange and symbol: The Nike ticket symbol is NKE and the company is listed on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE).

Cash / Cash Equivalents: YE 2011 $1,955 M; YE 2010 $3,079 M; YE 2009 $2, 291 M

Total Current Assets: 2011 $14,998 M; 2010 $14,419 M; 2009 $13,250 M

Two largest current assets: YE 2011 Inventories at $2,715M and Accounts Receivable at $3,138M; YE 2010 Cash and Cash Equivalents at $3,079 M. And Accounts Receivables at $2,650.

Total Current Assets: 2011 $14,998 M; 2010 $14,419 M; 2009 $13,250 M

Accounts Payable: 2011 $1,469 M; 2010 $1,255 M

Total Liabilities: 2011 $3,958 M; 2010 $3,364 M. And….

Invesco Ltd: Executive Summary
Invesco Ltd. is one of the largest independent investment managers globally. The company states that it "strives to deliver outstanding products and services through a comprehensive array of enduring investment solutions for our retail, institutional and private wealth management clients around the world." (Invesco, Ltd., 2013, p.1) In addition, the company states that it employs approximately 740 investment professionals globally and has a presence in 20 countries although it serves clients in excess of 150 countries. The benefits Invesco's services are inclusive of: (1) Invesco's commitment to investment excellence; (2) Invesco's depth of investment capabilities; and (3) the company's "organizational strength." (, p.1)

Results Reported for Three Months Ending June 30, 2013

Invesco Ltd. reported that its emphasis on the delivery of "strong, long-term investment performance to our clients contributed to a 26.9% increase in operating income in the second quarter compared to the same period last year. Strong….

Cyber Threats: Executive Summary
It is important to note, from the onset, that even before the personal computer became as popular and as widely used as it is today, vandals still compromised computerized phone systems either for fun or for economic benefit. During the very early decades of IT, computer attacks were mostly committed by insiders, i.e. disgruntled employees of an entity (de Leeuw and Bergstra, 2007). The said attacks in this case were largely limited to physical damage to computing devices. At the time, "the systems were not networked with other systems…" (de Leeuw and Bergstra, 2007, p. 706). This was, however, until vandals discovered new ways of making use of computer systems to turn a profit or register protests. During these early days of technology, criminals would commonly modify data after subverting security systems via mostly authorized access. With the spread of telecommunications technology during the 1960s, computer criminals….

Diesel Marketing
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Marketing
A concise executive summary. This should define a) the context in which the decision must be made, b) the most important problems facing the company, c) your quantitative and qualitative goals, and d) an outline of the recommendations.

Renzo Rosso of Diesel needed to make tough decisions about the branding strategy of his new line and he needed to make these decisions in a hurry. StyleLab was the new upscale product line of Diesel SpA, the Italian casual wear company famous for its cult Diesel jeans and controversial advertising. StyleLab would be considered creative, and would target the luxury segment market that was interested in casual wear. Renzo Rosso, Diesel's president and founder had the Renzo Rosso, Diesel's president and founder, but he was still unsure what the appropriate branding strategy for the new line should be.

Renzo Rosso had 3 alternatives:

1.sub-branding (e.g., DieselStyleLab)

endorsement (e.g., StyleLab by Diesel)

independence (StyleLab with no reference….

The short-term factors of being able to react more responsively with seasonal fashions that become "break out" fashions are critical, and to accomplish this, greater supply chain coordination both with designers and their production centers are critical;. This tighter integration to designers in the short-term will allow for greater variation in forecasts of new, seasonal lines. In addition, the need for better capturing of Point-of-Sale (POS) data is critical to better understand quickly the needs of customers and respond to them (Moin, 2). This added insight of using POS data in conjunction with the CM system that Lord & Taylor has purchased from Harte-Hanks will also lead to more accurate forecasting.
In forecasting for the long-term, Lord & Taylor needs to track purchasing history of its top customers and better understand what is driving customer loyalty within the customer base attracted by the new branding. In addition, there is the….

Management class 494, I Executive Summary case title Nascar: A Branding Success. Marketting Strategy book O.C. Ferrel, I international student, I write summary formal words make an international student essay IA, I sounds weird write Executive summary a I write.
NASCA executive summary

NASCA, short for The National Association for Stock Car Auto acing, is a relatively small size firm, but which also has an increased importance within the national and international auto racing events. The success of the organization is based on several key features, including the dedication of the staff members to high quality operations and services, the wide reach of the company outside the geographic borders, but also, the strength of its marketing approach.

The marketing team of NASCA is highly skilled and qualified, and, along the years, has produced some of the more successful measures to attracting the attention of the audience, as well as its trust and loyalty.….

Macy's Discussion Questions And Executive Summary
A detailed description of the environment Macy's clothing store will face.

It appears that the department stores of the previous century are dwindling in size and popularity. The environment that was once the department store's territory has been consistently infiltrated by competition from every side. There are the up and coming specialty stores, the Internet, luxury chains, wholesalers and the shopping mall. Back in the early 1980s the number of department stores that spanned the country as national chains were 33. In the 21st century that number has declined to less than 15. The environment that Macy faces today is truly a challenge as the need for personal service has to some degree been replaced by convenience. For example with online stores, why go out to shop amidst a sea of traffic and shoppers to wait for services, when it is easier and much less time….

According to Spring (2002), in 2002, YUM! Brands acquired a& and Long John Silver's; at that time, the company reported that, "The acquisition allows us to accelerate our multi-branding strategy and...to be expanded international leaders...in chicken, pizza, Mexican and seafood" (quoted in Spring at 203).
As noted above, the company's motto is, "Our passion is to put YUM on our customer's faces all over the world," and this marketing approach appears to be paying big dividends. Indeed, Spring notes that YUM! Brands is currently a leader in the construction and operation of themed environments: "For instance, in 1922, the a& logo was created by Roy Allen and Frank right to represent their two last names. Opening in Lodi, California, the men constructed an outdoor stand that looked like a root beer barrel. In 1923, a& developed the first car-hop service initiating the spread of drive-in restaurants. Later restaurants relied on….

It is not that managers do not see the benefit in conflict that they eschew it; it is that conflict is high-risk and can have significant negative externalities, some of which linger with the organization for a long time. Managers are less enthusiastic about conflict because they are taking into account a longer time frame and the totality of externalities, which makes their views a reflection of better information and therefore more accurate than the views of academic researchers.
Recommendations. Carefully manage conflict -- do not use it wantonly. Conflict does not always create positive outcomes sufficient to outweigh the negative ones that are certain to accrue. Take steps to ensure that the conflict is task-focused and not personal. This will limit the amount of damage that accrues from conflict. Create conflict only when necessary -- large scale conflict for small scale problems is dangerous. Conflict is a powerful tool….

Creating a business plan for a podcast is a great step towards structuring and professionalizing your project. Here's a guide to help you draft an effective business plan:

1. Executive Summary

  • Podcast Name: Choose a catchy and relevant name.
  • Mission Statement: What is the core purpose of your podcast?
  • Goals: Short-term and long-term goals for your podcast.

2. Description of the Podcast

  • Concept: Describe the theme, format, and style of your podcast.
  • Target Audience: Define who your listeners are.
  • Unique Selling Proposition (USP): What makes your podcast stand out?

3. Market Analysis

  • Industry Overview: Trends in the podcast industry.
  • Target Market:....

Formulating Proposals for Strategic Leadership Resource Development

Introduction

Developing a strong strategic leadership resource is essential for organizations to navigate complex and dynamic business environments. This resource encompasses the knowledge, skills, and capabilities that enable leaders to effectively define and execute strategic initiatives, drive organizational change, and achieve sustainable competitive advantage. To formulate effective proposals for developing this resource, a comprehensive approach is required.

Needs Assessment

Conduct a thorough analysis of the existing strategic leadership capabilities within the organization.
Identify gaps and areas for improvement through interviews, surveys, and data analysis.
Assess the current and future strategic challenges facing the organization to determine....

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Sports - College

Executive Summary for Share Space Zone

Words: 492
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Office Share Executive Summary Office Share is a share-space venture that takes advantage of the burgeoning share economy demand in Reston, VA, by offering a location where teleworkers can work,…

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Term Paper

Medicine

H1N1 Executive Summary and Issue

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Length: 3 Pages
Type: Term Paper

In this instance, regardless of the public announcement that the state was following World Health Organization protocol, the public was furious. Public distrust continued when the new vaccine…

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Economics

Spring LLC Executive Summary Choice Spring LLC

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Spring LLC Executive Summary Choice Spring, LLC. The current project is one where the launch of an independent and community-based financial organization will be launched within the community of Towson,…

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Capstone Project

Business

Comp-Xm Executive Summary Round One the Overall

Words: 1509
Length: 5 Pages
Type: Capstone Project

Comp-XM Executive Summary Round One The overall summary of the balanced scorecard for the Comp-XM indicates approximately two thirds of the possible decision points. The financial evaluation indicates higher rates of…

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Business - Management

Managerial Practices Executive Summary Research Previous Work

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Managerial Practices Executive Summary esearch previous work learned concepts. Executive summary analyze organizational behavior concepts common managerial practices involved day -- day operations criminal justice settings. Managerial Practices Management refers to…

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Transportation

HD Executive Summary the Forbidden

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Because the relaxation of market barriers to entry into the Chinese market have only recently come down, the potential for return for a first-mover like Harley Davidson is…

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Economics

Nike Financials Details Executive Summary Follows Below

Words: 997
Length: 3 Pages
Type: Term Paper

Nike Financials DETAILS (Executive Summary follows below) Company Summary: NIKE, Inc., together with its subsidiaries, engages in the design, development, marketing, and sale of footwear, apparel, equipment, and accessory products for…

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Business

Invesco Ltd Executive Summary Invesco Ltd Is

Words: 539
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Invesco Ltd: Executive Summary Invesco Ltd. is one of the largest independent investment managers globally. The company states that it "strives to deliver outstanding products and services through a comprehensive…

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Education - Computers

Cyber Threats Executive Summary it Is Important

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Cyber Threats: Executive Summary It is important to note, from the onset, that even before the personal computer became as popular and as widely used as it is today, vandals…

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Business - Advertising

Diesel Marketing

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Marketing A concise executive summary. This should define a) the context in which the decision must be made, b) the most important problems facing the company, c) your quantitative and…

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Business - Advertising

Lord & Taylor Executive Summary

Words: 905
Length: 2 Pages
Type: Term Paper

The short-term factors of being able to react more responsively with seasonal fashions that become "break out" fashions are critical, and to accomplish this, greater supply chain coordination…

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Business - Advertising

Management Class 494 I Executive Summary Case

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Management class 494, I Executive Summary case title Nascar: A Branding Success. Marketting Strategy book O.C. Ferrel, I international student, I write summary formal words make an international student…

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SWOT

Business

Macy's Discussion Questions and Executive Summary a

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Type: SWOT

Macy's Discussion Questions And Executive Summary A detailed description of the environment Macy's clothing store will face. It appears that the department stores of the previous century are dwindling in size…

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Term Paper

Business

Yum Brands Executive Summary for

Words: 3274
Length: 13 Pages
Type: Term Paper

According to Spring (2002), in 2002, YUM! Brands acquired a& and Long John Silver's; at that time, the company reported that, "The acquisition allows us to accelerate our…

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Research Paper

Business - Management

Managing Conflicts Executive Summary the

Words: 1565
Length: 5 Pages
Type: Research Paper

It is not that managers do not see the benefit in conflict that they eschew it; it is that conflict is high-risk and can have significant negative externalities,…

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