Strategy Composition

Strategy Composition

The post combines three asighnments

1:Strategy Composition

Order Description

Write 600–800 words that respond to the following questions with your thoughts, ideas, and comments. This will be the foundation for future discussions by your
classmates. Be substantive and clear, and use examples to reinforce your ideas.

A talk with Mike and Tiffany at lunch. “You’ve done some great research and brought up some good ideas to implement in the presentation,” you say. “There is one
element that we are missing.”
“One of the most important aspects of the strategy: our competitors,” Tiffany states.
“I’ve already done some analysis, and there are many in the global market. It seems like there are several office furniture companies thriving, but not as many custom
furniture manufacturers,” Mike elaborates.
“Well, we need to provide the board with some solid competitors. I’ll work on finding our top two,” you say.

Complete the following:

1. Who are your top 2 global competitors in the market?
Provide a strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats (SWOT) analysis for each competitor.

2. Why are they direct competitors?

3. What is their competitive advantage?

4. Could you form a cooperative strategy with any of the competitors?
If so, how?
If not, why?
5. What strategies could you use to build a competitive market profile?

6. What is balanced scorecard?

Assignment Objectives:

Compose, prepare and recommend strategies to achieve and sustain a competitive market profile.

2: Rhetorical Analysis Essay which addresses the rhetorical situation and rhetorical appeals within an academic, argumentative text.
Text is a broad
term. As such, you may analyze any ONE of the following items that you think makes an argument or claim: -A photo -A meme or memes -An advertisement -A commercial -A
famous speech -A famous essay -An editorial or column -A book chapter -A documentary film Desсrіption of Assignment: ● In addressing the rhetorical situation you
should consider the following: ○ Author: Beyond stating the name, who is the author? What is their background? ○ Purpose: What is the author trying to accomplish? Why
did the author write the text? ○ Audience/Relationship to the Reader: To whom is the text addressed? ○ Context: What are influencing factors surrounding the event?
Where/When was the text written? ○ Voice: What is the overall tone of the text? ○ Genre: What type of writing is the text? ○ Strategies: What strategies does the
author use? What methodologies? ○ Effectiveness: Is the author rhetorically effective? Does the text ‘move’ you? Does the text cause you to think differently about the
subject? ● In addressing the rhetorical appeals you should discuss how the author utilizes one or more of the following: ○ Ethos: Appeals based on the character and
expertise of the writer and the sources he/she uses. ○ Logos: Appeals based on logic, reasoning, and evidence concerning the subject. ○ Pathos: Appeals to the beliefs
and values of the audience.

3:why were the gunpowder plotter punished harshly?