As a string of other embarrassing breaches earlier, if it is not a deliberate attempt to circumvent airport security, The most probable cause for the incident arose may be like this scenario: “A man in a dark blue jacket, jeans, and black backpack walked through an exit lane in a hurry without realizing any warning sign, “fortunately" he past a TSA screener, who failed to make eye contact with him. or distracted by talking to another passenger asking for direction. In other words, what may occurred is just someone went in the out door. As an airport operator, one of the purposes is to be responsible for the operation and keep it safe down there, is one of the main purposes for managing the airport. So that’s definitely a dereliction of duty. The security is largely depends on the personnel, it is critical that every employee was trained to focus on their own job, they need to be on guard especially at such an vulnerable area, which is also very important to the departure lounge but people rarely will pay attention to, if few staff can not hold the whole situation, place more TSA agents there in case of the emergency, it works better than getting the cameras, alarms, or screenings installed. The contingency plan should always being ready to be carried out rapidly at any time to keep the airport and terminal running as normally as possible so that there will not be a large amount of delayed flights after the incidents happening. Once the illegal breach occurred, it have to be reported directly to all the departments concerned. the first priority is to turn off the moving walkway in order to avoid further hurts, the securities are expected to take efficient action to keep the order among the chaos, active the alarm immediately, in the meanwhile, an announcement is making over the public address system to let them
CASE 9: Horniman Horticulture
1. Assess the strengths and weaknesses of the company Horniman Horticulture.
- Horniman Horticulture has a variety of strengths and weaknesses, among them are a mix of quantitative numbers to support the performance as well as qualitative factors to support the performance. We should address the management to start with and their business philosophies. One of the co-owners Bob Brown has a very strong work ethic, which he has achieved through his fathers personal…
Case 10.4 — Investing for Retirement
Retirement plans represent a unique opportunity to divert a portion of income into tax-deferred accounts. This report looks at hypothetical sample data from 194 couples with the aim of gaining a deeper understanding of what characteristics affect this group’s tendency to invest or not invest in retirement plans. First, basic tests were performed on provided data to examine if the given characteristics were related to the amount invested…
Case 2 Continuous Improvement for a Nursing Service
Zijun Huang, Yao Xi, Xiaokang Bao, Weihan Chen
Florida International University
The Health Care Dashboard
From the beginning our group would talk about the health care dashboard. Some people might never hear about the health care dashboard. You can comprehend the health care dashboard as the car’s dashboard, and from the health care dashboard you can get a lot of your department’s information.
1. The blame for the fraud should mostly go to Mouns. Mouns took advantage from the company and using company’s assets to get his personal profits. When Finn told him that the company is losing money, Mouns replaced the lost by putting a highter number on it made it looks like they were making profit. He was also convinced his Finn commit the crime with him. What Mouns did at first was to put pressure on supplier and got lower prices, and then the company started having profits. Finn…
Compliance with Sarbanes-Oxley Act Regulations
Implementation of better security measures for data protection, identity protection and ensuring that company resources are not misused
Compliance with SEC, GAAP and IFRS procedures to record all transactions
2. Advise the president of what the company is doing right (they are doing some things well), and also recommend to the president whether or not they should buy the indelible ink machine. When you advise the president, please be sure to reference the applicable…
Australia and New Zealand: Doing Business with Indonesia
Indonesia is the world's largest Muslim population and the fourth most populous country in the world.
Australia and New Zealand share trade and education with Indonesia.
While some Asian countries are pulling back from perceived threats of international contagion, Indonesia continues to open up its market to world enterprise which gives Australia and New Zealand the opportunity to do business there.
This exposition was very good. Were organized to the faculty of El Paso Community College. In the exposition was a lot of paintings and any sculptures. This experience was good, because I can know more about art appreciation and about what think the artist. The exposition I like, because any paintings had a beautiful color. Like was a painting that was made with material of oil on canvas, this are a lot of geometric forms. Had circles, diagonals lines and horizontal lines. Another paintings…
oil spills and runs community development projects ineffectively. Obviously, they lost trust with internal stakeholders such as employees and lenders and with external stakeholders such as consumers, governments, and non-governmental organizations.
2. Should government regulate the CSR reporting of corporations?
Government should regulate the CSR reporting of corporations because the NGO do not trust corporations anymore and want governments to be responsible for the ethical operations of corporations…
Case 10-4 Fraudulent Misrepresentation
Esprit Log and Timber Frame Homes v. Wilcox
691 S.E.2d 344 (2010)
Ricky and Sherry Wilcox entered into a contract with Esprit Log and Timber Frame Homes (Fireside Log Homes), where Fireside agreed to manufacture and supply the Wilcoxes with the logs to build a manufactured home which could be assembled in seven to ten days (Esprit Log and Timber Frame Homes v. Wilcox, 2010). The Wilcoxes agreed to pay $128,600…
Rigor Mortis Case Stud
Construct a time-line of the events from Saturday evening through Monday morning as described in the story.
Around 11:30 Steve hit his head and was knocked unconscious. Steve’s injuries most likely caused his death in the early Monday morning hours. Jackie most likely died from the substance that was thrown in her face by Leslie. Jackie most likely died very soon after Leslie threw the substance at her. This would have been at approximately 12:30am…