Integrative and Analytical Tools
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1:Integrative and Analytical Tools
Select and test analytical and integrative tools to perform in-depth analyses of industries, firms, and competitors in both domestic and global markets.
enter your project team meeting with Mike and Tiffany to hear them discussing the tools that they found to conduct an analysis of the industry and competitors. “Mike, there are so many more tools than I even realized to give us some good data,” Tiffany states.
“I know,” Mike says. “That’s why I wanted to take some time to look at our options and figure out what information we really need to support the board’s decision.”
Mike and Tiffany both found some great tools from their research on the subject. Complete the following:
1. Based on your classmates’ discussion posts for Week 2, do you still believe the tools that you selected will work best for a global strategy? Why or why not?
2. What evidence do you have to support your decision?
3. How would you refute the people who chose an additional tool rather than one of the tools that you selected?
4. Based on the tools that you selected, provide a brief analysis of your market, using those tools.
2:Patient education for Hispanic/Latino population (mid adult-elderly adult) on hemodialysis
• Develop a proposal for an intervention plan to fulfill a need within a specific population. Your problem statement will focus on presenting information related to the problem-intervention-comparison-outcome-time (PICOT) approach to nursing research.
• THE POPULATION I WANT TO FOCUS ON IS: DIABETIC PATIENTS ON HEMODIALYSIS, AND PROVIDING PATIENT EDUCATION THAT WILL MANAGE THE DIABETES (LESS SYMPTOMS, PREVENT COMPLICATIONS ETC.) AND IMPROVE QUALITY OF LIFE.
• Part 1: Problem Statement (2–3 pages)
Need Statement (1 paragraph).
• Analyze a health promotion, quality improvement, prevention, education, or management need.
Population and Setting (1–2 paragraphs).
• Describe a target population and setting in which an identified need will be addressed.
Intervention Overview (1–2 paragraphs).
• Explain an overview of one or more interventions that would help address an identified need within a target population and setting.
Comparison of Approaches (1 or 2 paragraphs).
• Analyze potential interprofessional alternatives to an initial intervention overview with regard to their possibilities to meet the needs of the project, population, and setting.
Initial Outcome Draft (1 paragraph).
• Define an outcome that identifies the purpose and intended accomplishments of an intervention for a health promotion, quality improvement, prevention, education, or management need.
Time Estimate (1 paragraph).
• Propose a rough time frame for the development and implementation of an intervention to address an identified need.
Part 2: Literature Review (10–15 resources, 3–6 pages).
• Analyze current evidence to validate an identified need and its appropriateness within the target population and setting.
• Evaluate and synthesize resources from diverse sources illustrating existing health policy that could impact the approach taken to address an identified need.
Address Generally Throughout
• Communicate problem statement and literature review in a way that helps the audience to understand the importance and validity of a proposed project.
• Length of submission: 5–9 pages, double spaced.
• Number of resources: Minimum of 10–15 resources. (Your final project submission will require 12–18 unique sources across all sections.)
• Written communication: Written communication is free of errors that detract from the overall message.
• APA formatting: Resources and citations are formatted according to current APA style. Header formatting follows current APA levels.
• Font and font size: Times New Roman, 12 point.
3: Management science for decision support
Procter and Gamble (P&G) case study as an example of a real life OR modelling exercise. Describe the overall context of the study, how P&G tackled the problem of restructuring their supply chain, what decision models were used (and how) and the main outcomes of this exercise. with no introduction and conclusion.