BADM370 Review

This is a review of the past work completed and I need someone to take over cause the person that had this assignment first got me a high OV score which means plagiarism and now is over a week late deserving the answer causing me to lose points. 

Looking for someone who will take pride to not be late and no plagiarism .

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Note:300 words 

due:12 hrs 

please attach turntin report 

Chapters 4, 5 and 6 of our book covers approaches to security, protective and physical barriers.  Your discussion subject of this week is to write an initial post on which one of these barriers are most important when it comes to securing a server room?

Please make sure you have an initial post (about 300 words) and a comment/post to one of your friends’ posts.

Statistics: Multiple Regression

Please provide responses separately according to each unit’s question 



                                 Topic 7: Multiple Regression
Unit 1
Describe a study you might design that could use multiple regression. What are the variables? What are the null and alternative hypotheses? Why would multiple regression be appropriate for this design? What would multiple regression indicate in relation to your research question? What would it not indicate? Be specific and use your sample study to illustrate your answers. This response does not need to be supported with external research.

Unit 2
Considering your personal research interest, which of the methods described in this course do you believe will be most useful to your research? Why? This response does not need to be supported with external research.

Topic 8: Multivariate Comparison of Means: The One-Way and Factorial MANOVA
Unit 1
Consider your dissertation research interests. Identify one categorical/nominal scale IV with more than 2 categories, and three DVs that are measured on continuous scales. Think of DV measures that probably are moderately correlated with each other because they are measuring different components of the same or similar concepts (e.g., three different measures of academic performance). What information would a one-way MANOVA provide you? What more would you want to know if you get significant results in the MANOVA? Why would this be significant to your research? (Research support is not required for this question.)

Unit 2
Using the DC Network, locate information about the 10 Strategic Points, the Prospectus template, the Proposal template, and the Dissertation template. What is the purpose of each of these documents? How do you anticipate interacting with these documents? Explain.

Organizational Assessment



As the human resources (HR) manager for a public organization, you are conducting a New Hire Orientation session for all new employees. As research for your orientation, you are writing a report about the functions of the organization, its strengths and weaknesses, and its mission, vision, goals, and objectives.


  1. Choose a public organization, such as Target, McDonalds, Apple, etc., as the basis for this assignment. Be sure to choose an organization where the information needed to complete this assignment is publicly available and is easily accessible.
  2. Using research from at least three sources, develop a report that accomplishes the following tasks:
    • Identify the company’s mission statement, vision statement, goals, objectives, and tactical plans.
    • Explain how each of the four functions of management impacts the organization’s goals and objectives.
    • Discuss the ethical implications of the organization’s policies and strategies with respect to market expansion, human capital management, and the environment.
    • Conduct an internal and external assessment of the organization:
      • Identify the organization’s strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats using SWOT analysis.
      • Illustrate the organization’s product portfolio using a BCG Matrix.
      • Analyze the internal and external environments using environmental scanning. Assess the organizational structure; the relationships and interactions among employees, management, and shareholders; market competitors; as well as the industry, national, and macro environments.

Support your responses using scholarly research from the Argosy University online library resources.

Write in a clear, concise, and organized manner. Your response should demonstrate ethical scholarship in appropriate and accurate representation and attribution of sources (i.e., APA); and display accurate spelling, grammar, and punctuation.

Write a 5–7-page report in Word format. Apply APA standards to citation of sources.

Impact of Internal and External Assessment


Most managers in organizations develop strategic plans without realizing the importance of internal and external assessments and their implications on the four functions of management. Assume you are hired as a new manager and you want to improve your company by helping upper management develop a better understanding of these issues.

Using the Argosy University online library resources and the Internet, research internal and external assessments.

Then respond to the following:

  • Explain the four functions of management and the purpose of internal and external assessments.
  • How would you convince upper management about the importance of internal and external assessments?
  • How would you demonstrate the critical relationships that exist between assessments and the four functions of management implemented in most organizations?

Behavioural economics essay writing


Behavioural economics Academic essay 

Please dont apply if you dont have the knowledge in behavioural economics & finance  

Behavioural Economist with knowledge of the nudge theory Master or Phd to finish the project in a month or less 


Here is your chance to try your hand at building a research proposal.

In this exercise, you will employ the steps of the scientific method to create a proposal.  YOU WILL NOT ACTUALLY CONDUCT THIS RESEARCH.  Instead, you will tell me how you would do it, listing the steps of the method and filling in your information as follows. I PROVIDED EXAMPLES, LOOK!! This should take up about 1/2 a page.  Do not stress about it–it’s not too difficult!  If you complete it, you will earn 5/5 points.

1.  Defining the problem

          -What are you going to research?  Phrase this in the form of a question to simplify measurement.  Then operationalize your concepts–make them measurable by defining them. 

          -example:  Does getting a good night’s sleep affect performance on exams in sociology?  I can operationalize “good night’s sleep” as 8+ hours of uninterrupted sleep, and “exam performance” as the grade earned on an                exam.

2.  Literature review

         -provide three terms that you would use in a search for information in a library database.

-example:  sleep and concentration, sleep and academic performance, memory and test taking…

3.  Formulating the hypothesis

         -What do you think you would find if you performed this study, and why?  What are the independent and dependent variables for your study?  Are there spurious variables?

-example:  I believe that having 8 hours of sleep before an exam will improve focus, concentration, and information retention.  In my study, the independent variable is amount of sleep, because I think it affects the                     dependent variable (outcome), exam performance.  Spurious variables that might affect my study could include student employment, illness, sleep disruption, etc.

4.  Data collection and analysis

          -How would you collect data on this problem?  Which data collection method (survey, experiment, observation, or secondary analysis) is most appropriate and why?  Who would you sample, and how?  Are there ethical concerns?

-example:  I would conduct an experiment using a random sample of Moreno Valley College students.  I would split my group in half and send one half to the Mission Inn for a great night’s sleep.  😉  The other half would                 be awoken frequently while sleeping,  Then I would compare the average results of both groups.  There are no real ethical issues because this research will not damage the health or safety of the participants.

5.  Developing the conclusion:  all you have to say is, “my hypothesis was supported.”  You’re all done!