This assessment consists of thirteen (13) questions to assess your knowledge of BSBADM502 Manage meetings.

ASSESSMENT 1: WRITTEN QUESTIONS
This assessment consists of thirteen (13) questions to assess your knowledge of BSBADM502
Manage meetings. You must answer all questions. You may use various sources of information
including: text books, learning workbooks, other documents and the internet and you must list your
sources.
1. Identify six (6) responsibilities of the chairperson at a meeting. (10-150 words)
2. How is a formal meeting different from an informal or semi-formal meeting? Who determines the
rules of a formal meeting? (80-150 words)
3. What is the meaning of each of the following terms? (1 sentence each)
a) Agenda
b) Standing orders
c) Minutes
d) Motions
e) Amendments
f) Points of order
g) Quorum
h) Seconder
i) Casting vote
4. Name and describe the two (2) main methods of reaching a decision and give one advantage and
one disadvantage of each. (100-200 words)
5. What information should formal meeting minutes include? (50-100 words)
6. In the table below, describe each meeting type listed and identify the technology required to run
each meeting type.
Meeting type Description
Technology
Face-to-Face
Teleconferencing
Web-conferencing
7. Outline the importance of policies and procedures in relation to meetings (including legal requirements).
8. The behaviour of individuals within a group and the behaviour of the group itself can have an
impact upon the meeting. In the table below, provide a description of each of the behaviour types
listed and suggest a strategy to handle each type of behaviour.
Behaviour Description
Strategy to overcome
The Dominator
The Withdrawer
Side Conversations
The Griper
The Quiet Group
Group think
Dominant Personalities
Social loafing
9. Identify the reasons it is important to distribute meeting minutes promptly and within designated
timelines.
10. Design a checklist for planning and preparing a meeting.
11. Explain four (4) considerations when filing meeting minutes.
12. Identify eight (8) factors to take into account when choosing the venue for a meeting. Provide a
brief explanation for each factor.
13. Why should the Chairperson brief the Minute Taker and what should be included in the brief?

MGT602 Business Decision Analytics

ASSESSMENT 2 BRIEF
Subject Code and Title MGT602 Business Decision Analytics
Assessment Case Study
Individual/Group Group (4-5 students)
Length Up to 3,000 words per group
Learning Outcomes SLO a Select and evaluate the usefulness of a range of decision making tools
and reflect on your decision making styles and contrast with other styles to determine the respective
levels of rationality and intuition utilised
SLO b Compare, contrast and critically evaluate sources of data as influences for decision-making in
a range of business contexts
SLO c Examine and evaluate decision-making systems and techniques to engage group decisions
and analyse how these can enhance sustainable outcomes
SLO d Critically examine emerging tools and technologies for decision making
Submission By 11:55pm AEST/AEDT Friday of Module 4.2 (Week 8)
Weighting 40%
Total Marks 40 marks
Context:
In today’s workplaces, collaborative team-work is expected. Diversity in teams is a reality , but can
lead to conflict and tensions, due to lack of intercultural intelligence, dominant personalities, or poor
decisions due to passivity of members who may succumb to group-think (Janis, 1972), or who may
be biased and have multiple blind spots.
ASSESSMENT 2 requires you to design your own organisational research project:
1. Apply decision-making systems and techniques in a group to interrogate and interpret a range of
data analytics pertinent to a relevant contemporary organisational challenge.
2. Evaluate those systems and techniques to support effective decision-making in organisations
3. Engage as a team to present your findings in a visual and written form that informs and influences
the audience to make effective decisions in organisations
4. Support your argument with relevant contemporary literature including major resources from within
the subject modules.

Details of Each Assessment Item The assessments for this subject are described below. The description includes the type of assessment, its purpose,

3. Assessment Details
3.1 Details of Each Assessment Item
The assessments for this subject are described below. The description includes the type of
assessment, its purpose, weighting, due date and submission requirements, the topic of the
assessment, details of the task and detailed marking criteria, including a marking rubric for essays,
reports and presentations. Supplementary assessment information and assistance can be found in
Moodle.
KOI expects students to submit their own original work in both assignments and exams, or the
original work of their group in the case of group assignments.
Assessment 1
Assessment Type: Individual Assessment — Essay 1500words
Purpose: This assessment builds students oral and written communication skills, and gives the
students real life understanding of the challenges and rewards of running a business. This relates to
learning outcome a, b.
Value: 25% Due Date: Friday Week 4 by 5pm.
Submission: Soft copy uploaded to Moodle and Turnitin — Word .doc or .docx.
Topic: Business Culture Essay
Aye Oz Foods is a start-up food business in Dubbo, NSW. It’s CEO, owner and single worker Ms.
Cooper has a background in cooking and continuously experimenting with new recipes for sauces
and condiments and bottling them as gifts. Through the outlet shop and attached small factory a
variety of condiments, chili sauces, pastes, chutneys and jams are made and sold. These products
use organic ingredients, no preservatives and are very popular. The next step is to expand Aye Oz to
Thailand as the products will sell well there. The CEO will meet the Manager of Eatum Food
Company in Bangkok is 55yo Mr. Thi Le. The CEO isn’t certain how to correctly conduct business in
the Thailand and with an older male. The CEO is concerned about their first meeting.
Full task details: You are required to provide a 1500-word formal analytical essay. Using a minimum
of five scholarly references that have been written in the last five years and are credible and reliable.
You are to discuss the following in detail with references:
o Thai business etiquette and the ste

In August 2017, Tesla Motors raised $1.8 billion in corporate bonds, priced at 5.3%, 8-year notes.

TRIUM Exam Question
Professor Edward Altman
June 2019
In August 2017, Tesla Motors raised $1.8 billion in corporate bonds,
priced at 5.3%, 8-year notes. The bonds were subordinated to more senior
debt and received a B- rating from S&P and a B3 rating from Moody’s.
(1)Using the credit analytics discussed in our class, and traditional
metrics, what does your group think should be Tesla’s bond rating
before and just after the new bond issue?
(2)Would your answer change if the firm raised an additional $3 billion in
bonds to meet production objectives?
(3)What is your estimate of the Bond Rating Equivalent (BRE) as of the
most recent (Q1-2019) financials and latest (June 26, 2019) stock
price?
(4)Given your answers #1 and #2 above, what are your expected
cumulative PD (Probability of Default) and LGD (Loss Given Default)
for Tesla for one-year and five (5) years?
(5)What are the bonds issued in 2017 now (June 26, 2019) selling at
and what is the bond’s yield to maturity?
(6)Which of the two Z-Score models (Z or Z”) is most applicable to a firm
like Tesla? Why?
(7)What are the main differences between Z and Z”? List up to four
differences.
Please work on this question with no less than two (2) members and no
more than three (3). Do not confer with other groups with respect to any
aspect of this question. Limit your answer to no more than three (3) pages,
(double-spaced) plus Exhibits (no Appendices). Please make sure the
typeface is clear and large enough so it is easily legible.

Argumentative Research Essay about vaccination

Throughout the course of the semester, you have been learning how to respond to, analyze, and research arguments. In this project, you will use all of these skills in order to compose an argumentative research essay.

Assignment Instructions

1. You should start by using one of the sources you collected for the annotated bibliography as a jumping off point. That is, use the author’s claim to articulate your own. Do you disagree with the author? If so, why? What exactly does the author get wrong? Do you agree with the author? If so, what do you have to add? In what ways will your project contribute to the conversation?

2. Using the rest of the sources you collected for the annotated bibliography, write an essay that supports your claim.

3. As you write your essay, be sure that you are utilizing appropriate rhetorical appeals. That is, be aware of the reasons and evidence that your intended audience would find the most persuasive.

4. In the essay, you should address at least one counterargument. Be sure that you thoroughly and fairly summarize the opposing point of view, concede to its strengths, and adequately refute it.

Submission Instructions

The essay should be in MLA formatting (including in-text citations and a works cited page), The final draft should be (1250-1500 words).

Supporting Materials

Parts 3, 4, and 5 of Practical Argument; “OWL Purdue: Writing a Research Paper

Evaluation

Content:

  • Does the essay have a thesis which states a claim?
  • Is the thesis supported using reliable and relevant evidence?
  • Does the argument rely on appropriate rhetorical appeals?
  • Does the essay address at least one counterargument?

Organization:

  • Are paragraphs fully developed?
  • Do paragraphs transition logically from one to the next?

Style and Mechanics:

  • Does the essay adopt a clear and concise prose style?
  • Does the essay adhere to the RC Writing Standards and contain few, if any, grammar and punctuation errors?
  • Are direct quotations and other references from sources properly integrated into the text of the essay?

Formatting:

  • Does the essay adhere to MLA formatting?
  • Are all sources cited using in-text citations and a works cited page?

Research:

  • Does the essay cite at least 5-6 credible sources?
  • Are at least three of these sources from peer reviewed publications (from scholarly books or journals)?
  • Does the essay reference no more than two websites.

Each student will create a new wiki entry for a peer-reviewed research paper that pertains to the week’s assigned reading, or provide a summary or substantive commentary on an existing wiki entry.

ITS834 Course Wiki on cyberattacks provide peer reviewed references

Each student will create a new wiki entry for a peer-reviewed research paper that pertains to the week’s assigned reading, or provide a summary or substantive commentary on an existing wiki entry.

2)Discussion Topic

This discussion focuses on mapping cloud security controls to existing frameworks or regulations.

You will need to create 1 new thread AND post AT LEAST 2 comments on other students’ threads. Here’s how to get started:

Download the Cloud Security Alliance (CSA) Cloud Controls Matrix spreadsheet. (A quick Internet search should give you the address of the most current version for download.) Under the “Scope Applicability” heading, select a category that is applicable to the organization for which you work. For example, if your organization handle personal medical data and uses the COBIT framework, you could choose either COBIT or HIPAA/HITECH. Once you select a category, choose row from “Control Domain” (that no other student has already selected!) Then, create a new thread in this week’s discussion with the title from column B (i.e. CCM V3.0 Control ID.) Explain the control domain, how it maps to your chosen scope, and specifically what your organization does to implement the stated control.

If you don’t know which scope applies to your organization, just use the University of the Cumberlands (UC) as your organization. As a university, we are under the domain of FERPA, So, is you choose UC, you would need to choose a Control Domain and explain how it maps to FERPA, and how UC implements the controls.

So, here’s an example. Let’s suppose I work for a large on-line retailer. We handle payment cards and are therefore under PCI DSS requirements. I’ll select BCR-03 control ID (Business Continuity Planning.) So I would create a new thread in this week’s discussion with the title “BCR-03.” Then I’d explain what BCR-03 is, what it maps to in PCI DSS (4.1, 4.1.1, 9.1, 9.2), and then I’d explain what my organization does to comply with this control requirement.

Cyberlaw Discussion B

Please cite and describe a well-known court case where internet fraud and/or embezzlement occurred, resulting in the loss of millions of dollars by the victims.

Reply 1:-

The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) investigates matters relating to fraud, theft, or embezzlement occurring within or against the national and international financial community. These crimes are characterized by deceit, concealment, or violation of trust and are not dependent upon the application or threat of physical force or violence. Such acts are committed by individuals and organizations to obtain personal or business advantage. The FBI focuses its financial crimes investigations on such criminal activities as corporate fraud, securities, and commodities fraud, health care fraud, financial institution fraud, mortgage fraud, insurance fraud, mass marketing fraud, and money laundering. These are the identified priority crime problem areas of the Financial Crimes Section (FCS) of the FBI.

As the lead agency investigating corporate fraud, the FBI has focused its efforts on cases which involve accounting schemes, self-dealing by corporate executives, and obstruction of justice. The majority of corporate fraud cases pursued by the FBI involve accounting schemes designed to deceive investors, auditors, and analysts about the true financial condition of a corporation or business entity. Through the manipulation of financial data, the share price, or other valuation measurements of a corporation, financial performance may remain artificially inflated based on fictitious performance indicators provided to the investing public. In addition to significant financial losses to investors, corporate fraud has the potential to cause immeasurable damage to the U.S. economy and investor confidence.

While the number of cases involving the falsification of financial information remains relatively stable, the FBI has observed an increase in the number of insider trading cases. Insider trading has been a continuous threat to the fair and orderly operation of the U.S. financial markets and has robbed the investing public of some degree of trust that markets operate fairly. The dissemination of material, non-public information, commonly referred to as insider information, has also caused irreparable harm to victim institutions whose employees illegally pass privileged corporate information. The FBI has worked extensively with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) to target the widespread problem of insider trading which has plagued the fair and orderly operation of the securities markets.

Additionally, corporate fraud matters involving self-dealing by corporate executives, particularly utilizing companies to perpetrate large-scale, high-yield fraud schemes, continue to be an issue of concern. Traditionally, Ponzi schemes were perpetrated by individuals or small groups within a community environment. However, the current financial crisis resulted in the exposure of several large Ponzi schemes (e.g. Petters Worldwide investigation) perpetrated not on an individual community level, but on a corporate national level by executives of what was once considered legitimate companies.

Reply 2:-

Court case on internet fraud

Internet fraud is common in these days. A federal court of the United States undertaking the cases related to online fraud. Mainly eight people are accused of a different type of frauds such as computer intrusion, identity theft, digital money laundering, and fraud with the digital advertising programs. The eight people are collectively involved in these fraud activities. Among these, six belong to Russia country and the remaining two belong to Kazakhstan. They caused online fraud that has a worth of greater than $30 million (Department of Justice, 2018). Individual warrants are issues to arrest the defendants for causing financial loss of the millions of dollars. FBI conducted an investigation on this case to know more details and Federal court undertook this case to make justice to the income losers.

The individual people involved in the digital fraud used the effective tools to cause fraud including the computer infrastructure and programming to determine the vulnerabilities presented to the digital advertising agency. The defendants used two scheme for fraud and the first scheme includes 1900 computers and 5000 fake domains from 2014 to 2016 and leased more than 650000 IP addresses to create fake advertising for many business organizations. With this, they gained over $7 million in income. The second scheme involved in the use of computers infected with malware and created fake ad schemes without taking any consent from the users (Swant, 2018). It occurred during the period 2015 to 2018 and they reached to greater than 1.7 million computers and generated income of $29 million creating the fake advertisements. In this way, the defendants collected funds from the businesses by performing online fraud by causing a lot of financial loss to the victims.

Note:-

Hi

Its a Discussion and two replies each of 150 words for above question

i need everything in separate documents as 1st document should be discussion of 250words. , 2nd document should be reply 1 and 3rd document should be reply 2.make sure no turnitin and no plagiarism please dont copy it from any source write in your own words.

make sure you write everything in own words

Please dont copy from any source we have a turnitin.

And send me three documents in different folder.

Leadership paradox arises when a team requires a leader, but the team does not trust the leader to do the right thing or deems the leader as unworthy of leading the team.

Leadership paradox arises when a team requires a leader, but the team does not trust the leader to do the right thing or deems the leader as unworthy of leading the team. This paradox often causes friction between members of an organization sometimes leading to higher levels of management getting involved in its resolution. It leaves a trail of apprehension, doubt and defiance within the team and affecting team culture negatively making it hard to eradicate. A leader can encounter difficulty in newly formed teams or groups using a participative management systembecause the team may not trust and respect the leader especially if the team has not been formed by the leader. The team would be less inclined to change to the tunes of the leader and be irresponsive to communication leading to a breakdown in coordination and productivity.

Every implementation in an organization starts with communication. Participative management requires high levels of interactions among the team members. The more active the members are, the higher the participation will be. That in turn increases the probability of unearthing ideas which are truly ingenious. Another way to involve team members is to make them a part of the decision-making process. Staging regular nominal group technique during team meetings also ensures that inactive members recommend solutions to issues at an increasing rate who over time mold themselves into always being active. Inspiring employees to overcome stage fear with daily practice helps in alleviating any pressure individuals feel before exchanging ideas and gradually get comfortable.

Biases are the worst causes of decrease in efficiency of results. Cognitive biases exist in almost all humans. The effectiveness of their suppression while taking decisions decides the productivity of a team. Studies have shown that biases often regress with interactions with people with multiple cultures and personalities. Prejudices just work against achieving the common goal of achieving the best possible results. Team members also become distant towards each other and communication slows to a crawl. That not only affects the team culture but the organization. So, it is crucial to be impartial in discussions to make decisions on merit and not biased beliefs.

Leadership Paradox and Inter-team Relations

Leadership Paradox and Inter-team Relations

A. What is the leadership paradox? Give some reasons why a leader can encounter difficulty in newly formed teams or groups using a participative management system. Support your discussion with at least two (2) external sources.

B. Present a discussion of the strategies for encouraging participative management in the workforce, and how to implement each of these strategies. Support your discussion with at least two (2) external sources.

C. What serious biases or mis-assumptions do groups that are involved in inter-team conflict sometimes experience? How do these biases and prejudices affect the ability of teams to accomplish their goals? Support your discussion with at least two (2) external sources.

Business law and ethics Exam

This exams requires knowledge of torts and privacy protection ,product liability, as well as criminal law . The test consist of 46 questions which are all multiple choice .Out of the 46 questions about 20 questions are true or false questions that are worth 2 pts. The time limit on this test allocates 90 mins .i will give you the information needed to log in the exam in the secure info box .