Dear Amanda,
This letter is in reference to you requesting advice with regard to Smith’s Accounting and Tax Services. As a management consultant, I look at cases from different perspectives based on the case scenario and years of experience. Amanda, most small businesses fail today because of poor management practices and poor planning. Opening a business is not an easy task to fulfill; however, when one has the passion and desire to do so, there are possibilities for the business to excel. In addition to this, one needs to be ready to take responsibility for most or every challenges that the business faces. After reviewing the case Amanda, I would like to make some recommendations to that will benefit the business, employees and the clientele. These recommendations are the mission and vision statements for Smith Accounting and Tax services, fairness of employees, follow-up on tasks performed, and working standards. All of these recommendations fall into the functions of management which are organizing, controlling, planning and directing (Certo & Certo, 2013). Mission and vision statements are one of the very important factors in the process of the business management. As the manager and owner of Smiths Accounting and Tax services, it shows that the requirements and qualifications needed were met when the business started; in addition to this, you hired employees and build your clientele because you had the opportunity to do so. You do an admirable job; however you did not pay attention to the most important part of a business owner, which is making sure that the business runs smoothly. Your focus was more on building clientele and earning more profits and less on the performance standards of your employees. Amanda, mission statements play very important role in the planning phase in the process of business management (Certo & Certo, 2013). Usually, a majority of trainings and leadership trainings for managers accentuates the function and significance of…

Personal Philosophy on Education

Personal Philosophy on Education
Inspired by Montessori

I truly believe that Early Childhood Education is the foundation for the future. That is why I am so passionate about teaching and learning every day, how to become a better educator and supporter for my students. I want to be the best that I can be so that I can help them to be the best people they can be all throughout their lives. Not necessarily better at math, or grammar, or all the other academics they will be force fed in public school. I mean better as a person, as a living person that shares this life with so many other people.
To me, there are vitally important skills, values and concepts that should be instilled in our children from the beginning. If these are taught early in development, the children can formulate their own ways of thinking and create a path to achieving their individual goals.
I am planning on opening my own child development center someday. When I do, the schedule, philosophy and make-up of The Whole Child and Family Development Center will be something like this:
The Whole Child and Family development center is a preschool environment for developing the whole child while encouraging independent thinking, new ideas about learning, love and respect for other things and people, love of and curiosity about learning, learning about and exploring ways to be an eco-friendly and environmentally responsible individual from childhood throughout life.
The Whole Child and Family development center has a foundation of the philosophy of Montessori while incorporating several other philosophies on early childhood growth and development such as Piaget, Maslow, Vygotsky and more. The focus in our program is to foster a loving, safe, and nurturing environment that is ideal for optimum growth and development.
Our classroom is open concept with the areas broken up by the layout if the buildings architectural structure. The areas are labeled as follows:
A: Stairs to teacher office…


A welfare state is a concept of government in which the state plays a key role in the protection and promotion of the economic and social well-being of its citizens. It is based on the principles of equality of opportunity, equitable distribution of wealth, and public responsibility for those unable to avail themselves of the minimal provisions for a good life. The general term may cover a variety of forms of economic and social organization.[1] The sociologist T.H. Marshall identified the welfare state as a distinctive combination of democracy, welfare, and capitalism. Scholars have paid special attention to the historic paths by which Germany, Britain and other countries developed their welfare state.Modern welfare states include the Nordic countries, such as Iceland, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, and Finland[2] which employ a system known as the Nordic model. Esping-Andersen classified the most developed welfare state systems into three categories; Social Democratic, Conservative, and Liberal.The welfare state involves a transfer of funds from the state, to the services provided (e.g., healthcare, education) as well as directly to individuals (“benefits”). It is funded through redistributionist taxation and is often referred to as a type of “mixed economy”.Such taxation usually includes a larger income tax for people with higher incomes, called a progressive tax. This helps to reduce the income gap between the rich and poor.Welfare’s effect on poverty
Empirical evidence suggests that taxes and transfers considerably reduce poverty in most countries whose welfare states constitute at least a fifth of GDP. Most welfare states have considerably lower poverty rates than they had before the implementation of welfare programs.


IT 210 Entire CourseFor more course tutorials visit
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IT 210 Week 1 CheckPoint Input Data and Output ProcessFor more course tutorials visit
www.shoptutorial.com1. CheckPoint: Input Data and Output Process• Read the following scenario: You want to build a program that will keep track of your CD and DVD collection at home. • Use the table in Appendix C to complete this CheckPoint: o Identify at least three processes(capabilities) that are needed in order to keep track of your collection. o Identify the input data required for each of the processes. o Identify a logical name for each data output item and type of data output (real number, integer, text). • Post…

Dramatic Monologue in the Invisible Man

Dramatic Monologue in Invisible Man
Style, tone and imagery are essential elements in a speech that an orator must use to evoke powerful emotions in an audience. Speeches must be molded meticulously to achieve the desired effect in a crowd. In Invisible Man by Ralph Ellison, there are a multitude of speeches that are given by professional and non-professional speakers. Their compositions differ in various aspects, and their outcome is ultimately affected as a result. The narrator of this novel consistently uses style, tone, and imagery, all to enhance the effect felt by the crowd. Through his use of these various elements, the narrator encapsulates the essence of his speech’s content; namely, social equality, and racism.
The narrator of Invisible Man often excited the crowds to which he has spoken. This is evident in the unplanned speech he gave during the eviction of an old black family. The narrators’ style is often composed of extended metaphors, symbolism and inclusion and exclusion, all which progressively add to the total meaning of his speech. In the narrators’ first speech while working for the Brotherhood, the narrator resorts to using his own oration techniques after forgetting all “the correct words and phrases from the pamphlets” (342). The narrator used his own ideologies to speak to the crowd, instead of groups of unimpassioned sentences. To portray his ideas, the narrator lays the foundation of his speech on the symbolics idea of blindness and sight. The narrator believes that the African American community in Harlem is segregated within itself, and because of this it is “a nation of one-eyed mice” (343). The narrator continues this idea of blindness by telling the audience that only through working together can they become sighted once again. Furthermore, by consistently using the personal pronouns of “us and we” the narrator establishes a relationship with the crowd inside the auditorium. Instead of using isolating pronouns such as “me and…


All memos in this class require you to incorporate references that include at least six (6) peer-reviewed (also known as refereed or academic) sources from the university library beyond your course text and Interclean/EnvironTech documentation. You can cite these references, but you still need 6 more. You need to find and cite peer-reviewed, published, academic papers in the UOP library that deal with aspects of the assigned topic. It is important to use quality peer-reviewed references in your work if want maximize your score potential. Responses to some DQ and participation posts may also require one (1) peer-reviewed reference on an as directed basis.Peer reviewed does not include
• Wikipedia, blogs, tweets, online dictionaries, social media references
• Other students’ posts from class
• Anonymous authors or unavailable publication dates
• Product or service advertisements
Peer reviewed generally does not include
• Material from websites found via regular unless it is from a federal or state government. Google Scholar may work assuming the articles are from peer-reviewed sources.Here’s how to use the university library to find academic papers:
1. Go to the UOP home page ( and log on with your Username and Password.
2. On the main UOP page, click on the Library icon in the top right of the page. This will bring you to the Library page.
3. In the left column, headed Library Databases, click on the first item, Article Databases–Major.
4. You will have three databases to choose from: EBSCOhost, ProQuest, and Gale PowerSearch. Although all three contain some information in common, they do differ in the type of information each carries. Therefore, you may have to explore more than one to find what you’re looking for.
5. Click on the link for any one of the databases (I suggest starting with ProQuest which seems to have the best selection of papers for most courses).
6. On the ProQuest page, check the…

IT 220 UOP Course Tutorial / shoptutorial

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IT 220 Week 3 CheckPoint: Web Scavenger Hunt
IT 220 Week 3 Assignment: Download Paper
IT 220 Week 3 CheckPoint: File Transfer Protocol (FTP)
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IT 220 Week 5 Checkpoint Decipher HTML
IT 220 Week 5 Assignment Code HTML
IT 220 Week 6 CheckPoint: Spyware and Adware
IT 220 Week 6 DQs
IT 220 Week 7 Exercise: Web Design Standards
IT 220 Week 7 Checkpoint Expanded HTML
IT 220 Week 7 Assignment: Web Site Structure Paper
IT 220 Week 8 DQs
IT 220 Capstone Checkpoint
IT 220 Final Project Basic Web Page
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www.shoptutorial.comResources: Appendix A and HTML Lessons available at the following Web site:
• Due Date: Day 7 [Individual] forum
• Create an HTML document using Microsoft® Notepad by following the steps listed in
Appendix A.
• Post as an attachment.——————————————————————————————————————————————————————————
IT 220 Week 1 CheckPoint: Internet VocabularyFor more course tutorials visit• Due Date: Day 5 [post to the Individual forum]
• Define each of the following terms, and explain their use or purpose in relation to the
o Protocol
o Intranet
o Bandwidth
• Post your definitions…


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LAW 421 week 3 Team Assignment Case Scenarios BUGusa, Inc.
LAW 421 Week 4 Discussion Question 1
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LAW 421 week 4 Individual Assignment Case Scenario Big Time Toymaker
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www.shoptutorial.comWhat are some examples of alternative dispute resolutions (ADRs)? What are the advantages and disadvantages associated with ADR versus litigation? What are some examples of arbitration that can occur in your professional and personal life? Explain….

Cultural Immersion Project

Cultural Immersion ProjectPart 1 of 3
1. What are some key things you’ve learned about this culture through reading the scholarly literature?
I chose to do my Cultural Immersion Project on the multicultural challenges in the post- apartheid years for the Republic of South Africa. I had the privilege of visiting South Africa on two brief occasions, which led to a curiosity on the ethnic group status and how history has changed this status for the particular multicultural setting in which the Republic of South Africa is challenged with today. Through the research of scholarly literature, I was able to better understand the progression of the three primary social ethnic groups in the Republic of South Africa and how they were established during the progression of pre and post-apartheid years and how it has shaped who South Africa is today. I also was able to get an idea of the discrimination that took place between these three primary social ethnic groups.
To better explain the New Republic of South Africa, let me first begin by explaining the order of the pre- apartheid South Africa. There are three major classifications of people in South Africa: The White Afrikaner, The Coloureds, and the Black Tribal groups (Xhosa, Zulu, etc.). In the pre- apartheid era, the White Afrikaners were the smallest in number but held much of the political power and the majority of the money. The Coloureds, are a people of mixture from European heritage and the Black Tribal groups. The name “Coloured” is not considered a racial slur in South Africa, but a label of a people group who make up most of the middle class segments of South Africa. They are middle class citizens that have very little power in the political arena. The final group in the pre-apartheid years was the Black Tribal groups. This represents many of the familiar tribes, such as: Xhosa and Zulu. During the pre-apartheid years, the Black Tribal group was the lowest…


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LAW 531 Week 5 Learning Team Assignment NewCorp Scenarios Legal Brief
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LAW 531 Week 6 Individual Assignment Riordan Corporate Compliance Plan
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www.shoptutorial.comDescribe a dispute that may arise in a business where it is appropriate to use an ADR process to resolve the dispute. What ADR processes work best to resolve the dispute? Explain your answer. What ADR processes are not suitable for resolving the dispute you have referenced? Explain your response. Try to avoid selecting a dispute mentioned by other students
………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..LAW 531 Week 1 DQ 2For more course tutorials visit
www.shoptutorial.comSelect a product with which you are familiar, or a product that captures your attention. Describe some product liability issues that may arise with that product? What measures can management take to prevent the product liability problems from arising? How can management minimize…