Sample writing must be submitted prior to bid being accepted Paper must meet the following Outcomes: 1: Demonstrate when, how, and why to support your writing with appropriate research. 2: Demonstrate college-level communication through the composition of original materials in Standard English. 3: Engage in a team setting with professional integrity and respect. SCENARIO: Imagine that you are a supervisor in a small organization in your field of study (logistics/warehousing). One of your employees has submitted a report for your review. You noticed immediately that the report includes problematic and possibly unreliable research information, as well as paraphrases and quotes from sources that are not cited. Having seen this problem before with other employees, you decide to write a brief company manual that educates your team on the importance of ethical writing and that motivates them to apply this skill to being not only effective writers but also ethical team members who represent the organization well. DIRECTIONS: Be sure your manual shows your support for your teammates and explains the following to your current and future employees: Why research is valuable How to locate relevant and reliable research information How to paraphrase and integrate sources How to cite sources appropriately using APA style. What plagiarism is and at least two strategies for avoiding it How professional integrity and ethical writing behavior are essential and valuable for both the employee and employer. Your goal in this manual is to establish guidelines for ethical writing and to share specific examples of sources and citations. You will want to pick a topic relevant to your field of study that you can use as an example, and find 2 sources, one a peer reviewed journal article and one a relevant, reliable online source, and demonstrate the application of the above skills to these particular sources in a particular writing situation. Your manual must use appropriate formal, professional language and be between 5 and 6 paragraphs long, between 2 and 2 and ½ pages double spaced in length, excluding the title page and References page. It must itself demonstrate ethical and honest writing by crediting any use of source information both in-text and in an APA formatted References page.
Paper must be about the ABC’s in Inventory Management. Paper must include the following: Paper should be written to conform to APA guidelines. Paper should be 5-7 pages in length not including the cover page and reference page. You must include graphs or tables to illustrate research results A minimum of 5 reference sources less than 3 years old are required and must be included on the reference page and properly cited in the body of the text. Topics To Be Covered in the Term Paper How/why is ABC analysis associated or used in inventory? What are the benefits (if any) of using an ABC analysis approach? How does this strategy impact managing inventory?
Organization should be as follows: APA cover page Abstract (1/2- 1 page) 2. Introduction to the topic, problem or thesis statement 3. Literature Review Background Research on the topic 4. Discussion of your ideas on the topic and problem 5. Discussion of new solution(s) to the problem 6. Conclusion Looking Ahead The final paper must have the following key sections, clearly identified, though they can be titled creatively to reflect your question and interests: I. An introduction that states the problem and why your topic is important. The research question, clearly and concisely stated as a question. What do you hope to answer with this research? This section should also include definition of terms. II. Literature Review – background research on this topic III. The results/ discussions, describes what you have learned that helps answer the research question. What are you ideas about this topic? IV. The discussion of potential new solutions. V. The conclusion, which summarizes the key points of the paper and suggests further research needed on this topic. VI. A list of references in APA format.
Coca-Cola as tangible product. Include: Hazardous Material Transportation, International Logistics, Warehouse Inventory Management, Price, type of delivery and transportation, Logistics Technology, Outsourcing, Negotiation of Strategies. The intent of the paper is to promote the Quality Enhancement Process (QEP) Plagiarism – Presenting as one’s own the ideas, words, or products of another. Plagiarism includes use of any source to complete academic assignments without proper acknowledgement of the source.
Week 1 Essay Topic: Select one mode of transportation and describe how technological changes have affected that mode throughout its history. Essay Requirements: The essay should be approximately 500 words with appropriate sources cited in APA style. The originality/similarity score should not exceed 20%. Please remember you are demonstrating your knowledge of the topic while using sources to support your thoughts, insights, ideas, etc.
Term Paper: Each student must prepare a formal 9 – page paper (content, not including reference page or table of contents) on a topic of your choice related to Transportation and Logistics. Quality and depth of content (60 points) Organization of the report (10 points) Overall format, i.e., typed, use of page numbers, title page, table of contents, appropriate labels on figures and tables, etc. (10 points) Correct grammar and evidence of proofing, i.e., no spelling errors (5 points) Variety and documentation of references used. Format for citations and references must follow APA 7th ed. guidelines (15 points) Plagiarism – Presenting as one’s own the ideas, words, or products of another. Plagiarism includes use of any source to complete academic assignments without proper acknowledgement of the source. Term Paper – All papers must be written in APA 7th Edition. The intent of paper is to promote examination of viewpoints and interchange of opinions between students on Operations Management for Transportation. Quality Enhancement Process/ Term paper The intent of the paper is to promote the Quality Enhancement Process (QEP) examination of viewpoints and interchange of opinions between students on Transportation and Logistics. Suggested topics include: Hazardous Material Transportation, International Logistics, Warehouse Inventory Management, Logistics Technology, Outsourcing, Negotiation of Strategies. Goals: The goal of this course is to familiarize the student with railroad transportation for the movement of goods and people. The course provides the student with the knowledge necessary to understand the critical issues faced by railroad managers and operators today, including economic, regulatory, and labor matters. Students also examine the physical characteristics of rail systems, as well as explore competitive challenges faced by the railroad industry.
Conduct research regarding the topic of supply chain and logistics policies. Prepare a formal letter to your Congressman on a specific supply chain and logistics policy you would like to see changed. Your letter should be at least 500 words in length (double-spaced). Use APA guidelines, including a cover page, citations, and references.
Scenario: In early 1975, brothers John and Michael Phillips founded the Stone Horse Supply Company. John and Michael, both horse riders and horse owners, had developed a horse feed to keep their own horses healthier and happier and found it in demand from other locals and neighbors. In response to that growing local demand, John and Michael converted their small home operation into a rented building in town and went forward with the business of manufacturing and selling specialized horse feeds. Through the late 1980s and throughout the 1990s, the Rock Horse Food Supply Company enjoyed modest prosperity, providing niche products to the local area with their products selling in most of the nearby counties. However, in early 2006, the situation began to dramatically change. In early 2006, John and Michael were contacted by representative of the largest chain of stores in the region. One of the officers of the large chain was a horse owner and had been buying the special horse feed for his horse. The officer felt that because she enjoyed the product so much and knew that other local customers had used the product and perhaps the product could have success on a statewide or even a national scale. Since its onset, John and Michael had run their business on virtually a manual basis. Suppliers were mostly local with sourcing decisions based on the supplier’s proximity. Forecasting and ordering from suppliers were completed through phone calls and faxes with new orders based on manual counts rather than any systematic process. Stone Horse Supply Company often found itself with either excess material or expediting material in from suppliers at the last minute to keep from missing a customer deadline. Likewise, Stone Horse Supply Company was in the same facility it had started in, a smaller facility that had an unusual layout that John and Michael had made minor modifications to through the years to adapt to problems encountered during those years. While John and Michael were excited about the prospect of the company and its product becoming a mainstream product with vastly increased sales, they both knew that they were already struggling to meet current customer demand and that the current methods used to run the company would be insufficient as it entered this next phase. More specifically, John and Michael were concerned about the company’s ability to order and maintain the correct inventories to meet the new sales projections or even if many of its suppliers could meet the higher volumes. John and Michael also were concerned about how they would get the materials to Stone Horse Supply Company because they currently used a single company truck to pick up most of the local materials. Finally, John and Michael were deeply concerned about inventory levels and the cash required maintaining those inventories because they were already experiencing excess cost and issues in this area. Having decided to move forward, John and Michael’s company faced many questions regarding the new sales opportunity. Both John and Michael knew that while the technology they had to offer was superior to any other product of that type currently on the market, they also knew their company needed help in developing a supply chain strategy to ensure that this fantastic new sales opportunity did not overwhelm the company and end in failure. Your task starts with assisting John and Michael with an assessment of their current and desired situations. You will follow with assisting Stone Horse Supply Company in developing a supply chain that will support its future operations while also knowing that now that John and Michael’s product is going mainstream that there is great likelihood that other competitors will follow and that any strategy must address the future competitive landscape of the company. Assignment Description (DB) Identify the different types of forecasts that can be developed for use by a company. Cite examples of how a company might use a particular forecast method and explain why that type of forecast was best suited for that situation. Be sure to reference all sources using APA style.
Research and discuss the rolls your capstone company plays in the global economy. You may want to address the following questions: Does your company have a presence in countries outside the United States? If so, what is the nature of this presence? Is your company involved in some aspect of a global supply chain? How has your company been impacted by globalization? Do you foresee your company pursuing a global supply chain strategy in the future? Your answer should be approximately 750 words in length, double-spaced. Cite your sources.
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