responsibility in buisness

Dennis Waitley once said “The greatest gifts you can give your children are the roots of responsibility and the wings of independence” Responsibility is an absolute necessity in the daily working of all things, military and civilian. People have to be able to trust the people around them to do what is necessary without being told or directed. Even though it is such a wide overarching subject, there are a few specific instance in which we can truly view, discern and understand what it means to be responsible. These are personal property, health, social, and work/business. These facets of society are almost completely reliant on responsibility and trust.
The first thing I will talk about is social responsibility. Social responsibility is a moral principle of an entity, be it an organization or individual, to act towards betterment of society at large. It is a duty that every business and individual should perform so as to maintain the balance between the environment and economy. Their actions should lead towards sustainable development so as to safeguard and protect the interests of the coming generations and at the same time fulfilling the needs of the current population. The responsibility can be active, by performing activities that directly advance social goals, or passive, by avoiding any engagement in socially harmful acts or practices. Individual social responsibility is the responsibility of every individual for his/her actions. It is moral responsibility that everyone should act in such a way that they do not affect people around them. Every individual should be committed to the practice of various social causes. Individual, instead of fiving importance to material means should focus on welfare of others, Individual social responsibility can only function if individuals rise above the self-interest and opt for options which will benefit a large number of people. Every individual can make a small contribution to society be it any form- from saving…

INTRO TO E- BUSINESS

EBB 110
INTRODUCTION TO EBUSINESSCHAPTER 1:INTRODUCTION TO EBUSINESSPREPARED BY:HASLINA BINTI ABDULLAH
SCHOOL OF E-BUSINESSFACULTY OF BUSINESS MANAGEMENT
[email protected] LEARNING OUTCOMES
At the end of this subject, students should be able to:
? Define and differentiate the elements between E-Business and E-Commerce.
? Identify and understand the scope of E-Business and E-Commerce.
? Summarize the main reasons for adoption of E-Business.
? Identify the barriers towards the implementing E-Business.
? Explain and understands the challenges in E-Business and E-Commerce to the
organization environment.Slide 2 of 35 TOPIC OUTLINES
Topics that we go through:1.0 – Introduction to E-Business and E-Commerce.
1.1 – From E-Commerce to E-Business.
1.2 – How Significant Between E-Commerce and E-Business.
1.3 – Driver for E-Business and E-Commerce Adoption.
1.4 – Introducing the B2B and B2C Companies.
1.5 – Management Responses to E-Commerce & E-Business
1.6 – Activity.
1.7 – List of References.Slide 3 of 35 1.0 – INTRODUCTION TO E-BUSINESS AND ECOMMERCE
? In the emerging global economy, e-commerce and ebusiness have increasingly become a necessary
component of business strategy and a strong
catalyst for economic development.
? Specifically, the use of ICT in business has
enhanced productivity, encouraged greater customer
participation, and enabled mass customization,
besides reducing costs.
? With developments in the Internet and Web-based
technologies, distinctions between traditional
markets and the global electronic marketplace – such
as business capital size, among others-are gradually
being narrowed down.Slide 4 of 35 1.0 – INTRODUCTION TO E-BUSINESS AND ECOMMERCE
? It utilized the necessary human capital skills (such as intellectual resources) to
make the most of these opportunities through an e-business strategy that is
simple, workable and practicable within the context of a…

Signs and symbols

For the fourth time in as many years, they were confronted with the problem of what birthday present to take to a young man who was incurably deranged in his mind. Desires he had none. Man-made objects were to him either hives of evil, vibrant with a malignant activity that he alone could perceive, or gross comforts for which no use could be found in his abstract world. After eliminating a number of articles that might offend him or frighten him (anything in the gadget line, for instance, was taboo), his parents chose a dainty and innocent trifle—a basket with ten different fruit jellies in ten little jars.At the time of his birth, they had already been married for a long time; a score of years had elapsed, and now they were quite old. Her drab gray hair was pinned up carelessly. She wore cheap black dresses. Unlike other women of her age (such as Mrs. Sol, their next-door neighbor, whose face was all pink and mauve with paint and whose hat was a cluster of brookside flowers), she presented a naked white countenance to the faultfinding light of spring. Her husband, who in the old country had been a fairly successful businessman, was now, in New York, wholly dependent on his brother Isaac, a real American of almost forty years’ standing. They seldom saw Isaac and had nicknamed him the Prince.That Friday, their son’s birthday, everything went wrong. The subway train lost its life current between two stations and for a quarter of an hour they could hear nothing but the dutiful beating of their hearts and the rustling of newspapers. The bus they had to take next was late and kept them waiting a long time on a street corner, and when it did come, it was crammed with garrulous high-school children. It began to rain as they walked up the brown path leading to the sanitarium. There they waited again, and instead of their boy, shuffling into the room, as he usually did (his poor face sullen, confused, ill-shaven, and blotched with acne), a nurse they knew and did…

childrens songs

Five Little Speckled Frogs
Five little Speckled Frogs sat on a speckled log
Eating some most delicious bugs. Yum! Yum!
One jumped into the pool
Where it was nice and cool
Then there were 4 speckled frogs
4 little Speckled Frogs
Sat on a speckled log
Eating some most delicious bugs. Yum! Yum!
One jumped into the pool
Where it was nice and cool
Then there were 3 speckled frogs
3 little speckled frogs
Sat on a speckled log
Eating some most delicious bugs. Yum! Yum!
One jumped into the pool
Where it was nice and cool
Then there were 2 speckled frogs
2 little speckled frogs
Sat on a speckled log
Eating some most delicious bugs. Yum! Yum!
One jumped into the pool
Where it was nice and cool
Then there was one speckled frog
One little speckled frog
Sat on a speckled log
Eating some most delicious bugs. Yum! Yum!
he jumped into the pool
Where it was nice and cool
Then there were no speckled frogs
Five Little Ducks
Five little ducks
Went swimming one day
Over the hill and far away
Mother duck said
“Quack, quack, quack.”
But only four little ducks came back.Four little ducks
Went swimming one day
Over the hill and far away
Mother duck said
“Quack, quack, quack.”
But only three little ducks came back.Three little ducks
Went swimming one day
Over the hill and far away
Mother duck said
“Quack, quack, quack.”
But only two little ducks came back.Two little ducks
Went swimming one day
Over the hill and far away
Mother duck said
“Quack, quack, quack.”
But only one little duck came back.One little duck
Went swimming one day
Over the hill and far away
Mother duck said
“Quack, quack, quack.”
But none of the little ducks came back.Five Little Monkeys
Five little monkeys sitting in a tree
Teasing Mister Alligator:
“can’t catch me, can’t catch me!”
Along comes Mister Alligator quiet as can be and
He SNAPS that monkey right out of the tree!
Four little monkeys sitting in a tree
Teasing…

Bus 116

1. Tennessee high court held that a taxicab company was liable for injuries caused by a cab driver who was at fault in an accident when driving the cab while off-duty. By municipal ordinance, taxicab companies must assume complete liability for operation of their vehicles at any time
2. It involved respondeat superior because the employers are held liable for the actions of their employee while off duty.
3. The use of respondeat superior
4. The whole process of respondeat superior is interesting to me. I never knew that a company would be able to be held liable for the actions of their employees when they are off duty.
1. Tennessee high court held that a taxicab company was liable for injuries caused by a cab driver who was at fault in an accident when driving the cab while off-duty. By municipal ordinance, taxicab companies must assume complete liability for operation of their vehicles at any time
2. It involved respondeat superior because the employers are held liable for the actions of their employee while off duty.
3. The use of respondeat superior
4. The whole process of respondeat superior is interesting to me. I never knew that a company would be able to be held liable for the actions of their employees when they are off duty.
1. Tennessee high court held that a taxicab company was liable for injuries caused by a cab driver who was at fault in an accident when driving the cab while off-duty. By municipal ordinance, taxicab companies must assume complete liability for operation of their vehicles at any time
2. It involved respondeat superior because the employers are held liable for the actions of their employee while off duty.
3. The use of respondeat superior
4. The whole process of respondeat superior is interesting to me. I never knew that a company would be able to be held liable for the actions of their employees when they are off duty.

HSA 305 WEEK 4 ASSIGNMENT 1 MARKETING

HSA 305 WEEK 4 ASSIGNMENT 1 MARKETING
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HSA 305 WEEK 4 ASSIGNMENT 1 MARKETING
Marketing and the Health Care System
Select a health care provided with which you are familiar and write a four to six (4-6) page paper in which
you:
1. Determine the direct impact of marketing for the health care provider you selected.
2. Outline a strategy for the health care provider you selected to determine the utilization of its
products or services.
3. Outline a marketing strategy for the health care provider you selected.
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HSA 305 WEEK 4 ASSIGNMENT 1 MARKETING
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HSA 305 WEEK 4 ASSIGNMENT 1 MARKETING
Marketing and the Health Care System
Select a health care provided with which you are familiar and write a four to six (4-6) page paper in which
you:
1. Determine the direct impact of marketing for the health care provider you selected.
2. Outline a strategy for the health care provider you selected to determine the utilization of its
products or services.
3. Outline a marketing strategy for the health care provider you selected.
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HSA 305 WEEK 4 ASSIGNMENT 1 MARKETING
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HSA 305 WEEK 4 ASSIGNMENT 1 MARKETING
Marketing and the Health Care System
Select a health care provided with which you are familiar and write a four to six (4-6) page paper in which
you:
1. Determine the direct impact of marketing for the health care provider you selected.
2. Outline a strategy for the health care provider you selected to determine the utilization of its
products or…

The importance of a healthy lifestyle Speech

The importance of a healthy lifestyle SpeechGood Afternoon Students. My name is Rachel Benner. I am here today to explain how important it is to have a healthy lifestyle. I know that you may think that it doesn’t matter now but later in life it will affect you. Also, when you get older, you might get diabetes from not eating right and exercising regularly.
First, I would like to explain why we need fitness. There are several reasons why we need to stay active. One reason is that you will look and feel better. Another reason is that if your excuse is that you have no time, instead you can take at least 10 minutes out of your day to exercise. To add, exercise can improve your health, capabilities, interest and proficiency.
Secondly, there are several reasons why eating healthy is important. First, you will grow healthy and strong. Second, eating a healthy breakfast can help you maintain a healthy weight. Next, instead of eating sweets and junk food when you are upset or stressed, eat carrots with ranch or a salad to reduce cravings.
There are many different exercises that can help prevent Chronic Disorders in your lifestyle. You can stretch which can improve the movement in your joints. Also, cardiorespiratory fitness can improve your health and help fight off diseases. This type of fitness can relieve stress; strengthen your heart, and most of all lowers blood pressure including the reduction of heart disease. Next, Muscular Strength and Endurance can increase your level in activity. For example, stretching and running a mile or 2.
Overall, everyone has excuses for exercising. For example, it cost too much, your tired, or you have no time. Instead you can walk along side a road. That doesn’t cost anything. Next, you’re just too bored and tired to do anything. You can just exercise. It’s easy as that. And when you exercise you can sleep. For example, if you don’t sleep your body gets tense and you’ll just toss and turn all night. Instead of not…

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Information Technology Ethics Issues

Information Technology Ethics issues
Allison Daley
BIS/221
03/30/2015
Issam Akleh
Information Technology Ethics Issues
Have you ever stopped and just thought about how in the last four years technology has grown? From using technology threw work, play, and fighting wars these do come with ethics controversy. As stated by Nayef Al-Rodhan, “The notion of “emerging” technology does not necessarily mean all that such advances are new or revolutionary by themselves.” In fact, most have been around in all sorts of forms. There are several updates in technology that have caused ethical issues, including;
Stem cells and embryo research
Precise Genetic engineering techniques
Drones
Robotics
Table 1.1
Top 10 Emerging Technologies of 2015
Fuel-Cell Vehicles
Zero-emission cars that run on hydrogen
Next-Generation Robotics
Making human collaboration an everyday reality
Recyclable Thermostat Plastics
New plastic to cut landfill waste
Precise Genetic-Engineering Techniques
Better crops with less controversy
Additive manufacturing
Making things, from printable organs to intelligent clothes
Emergent Artificial Intelligence
What happens when a computer can learn the jobDistributed Manufacturing
Raw materials and methods of fabrication are decentralized and the final product is manufactured very close to the final customer.
“Sense and avoid” drones
Flying robots to check power lines or deliver emergency aid have become an important part of the military.
Neuromorphic Technology
Computer chips that mimic the human brain
Digital Genome
Health care where your genetic code is on a USB StickConclusion
As you can see there are multiple ways that ethics can come in play with technology. As the times are changing, we also have to adapt in ethics. Understanding that its important to look into all angles of the new technology as it might be a change, but it could solve lots of problems. References
Al-Rodhan, Nayef (2015, March…

nursing

NRS -427 CLC Yellow Group Projects Agreement

CLC Course Information
Course Name/Section Number:
Concepts in Community and Public Health
NRS-427
Instructor’s Name:
Professor Char Harris
Start Date of the Course:
February 2, 2015

CLC Member Contact Information

CLC Member Name
Primary Email Address
Secondary Email Address
Other Contact Information
Sue Kulpaca
[email protected]

805-701-0803
Hilda Ortiz
[email protected]

805-856-8512
Patricia Baird Jennifer Mundy
[email protected]
Modi Phillips
CLC Group Values

What each team member agrees to do
Why this is important to the team
Check into the CLC regularly to review progress on the assignment
To ensure all group members are keeping pace with the group.
Contribute ideas and feedback to the group from initial discussions throughout project completion
Everyone has a different perspective, all ideas help others.
Communicate with all CLC members as soon as a problem or issue arises
To ensure assistance is given if needed. Keep the group on task.
Maintain respectful communications with all team members
We are all professionals.
Complete assigned tasks by the deadlines set by the CLC members
To ensure completion of assignment.
Take a leadership role in CLC assignments
Learning to collaborate and take the lead
Make sure to cite and reference all sources of information used in completing tasks
Expectation of assignment.
Part of professional writing.
Other:

Other:

Project Management Specifics

CLC Group Member’s Name
Task to be completed by this team member
Due date for completing the task for the CLC to review
ALL
Contributing one or more ideas for how the project should be completed
2/6/15
Outlining the CLC projectAssigning tasks to CLC membersSue, Hilda, Patricia, Jennifer, Modi
Performing research on assigned topics and writing it up for CLC members to review
2/6/15,…