In any business mistakes are bound to happen. With the Make a Way foundation it has to deal with misallocation of funds, which takes away from their Children’s Summer Expense Project. This type of mishap can cause problems within an organization monetary wise but trust also. Oversights whether it is in the production process, materials, and/or checks and balances can make a difference in the success of the company not only that quarter, but that year too. That’s why it is important to fix the problem before it becomes worst, or causes other problems that were not budgeted in. After taking the time to look over the Make a Way Foundations financial report, there were three reasons believed to be the grounds for the error. One reason is the communication between departments (MUSE). A lot of the times with so many activities going on, department heads tend to not articulate issues properly or not share any information at all with each other or different departments. In doing this it can make existing or future problems more costly on the company. When this happens, it takes money that was not budgeted in to be misappropriated to other areas unforeseen as a problem. Another problem with miscommunication is it can lead to out dated data from other departments (MUSE). This is why it is always good to have a contingency plan or checks and balances in place to ensure realistic forecasting. Another reason is unexpected issues/problems. No company can predict a hundred percent that their plan set in place will work out. This too can cause miscommunication due to certain items not being reported properly. For example, if a company only ordered 100 units of material compared to their usual 50 units for the year, in case of an increase in sales. Now let’s say they sold over that, but did not count in the extra materials in the budget, or the extra cost for them to order it. This moving of funding can cause them to be short in funding in other areas that may need assistance later in the year. That’s why it is good to keep a savings or other finances available, besides your budget, to ensure not many out of pocket expenses. The last reason is not properly monitoring funds. All organizations should look over their financial reports on a
Discussion Board 1 Instructions
Discussion Board Forum 1 will have 2 parts: a thread in response to the instructor’s prompt and replies to at least 2 other classmates’ threads. Review the Discussion Board Thread 1 Grading Rubric and the Discussion Board 1 Replies Grading Rubric for a list of criteria and the breakdown of points for each part of these assignments. To complete Discussion Board Forums 1 please adhere to the following:
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Take note of DB grading rubric/on-line dictionary
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Discussion Board Exercise (Ice Breaker—NON-GRADED)
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Course Learning Objectives
Upon completion of this course, students should be able to:
Develop a clear time management and organizational management regimen.
Utilize critical components for developing a scholarly writing voice.
Identify plagiarism and the seriousness of plagiarism as an academic offense.
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Fundamentals: Your Interactive Guide to the Digital World, 8th Edition,
2012, Shell and Vermaat, Cengage Learning, ISBN-978-1-111-53045-7
New Perspectives: Microsoft Access 2010, Brief, Adamski – Finnegan, Cengage Learning,
New Perspectives: Microsoft Excel 2010, Brief, Carey, Parsons, Oja, and Ageloff, Cengage
REQUIRED SOFTWARE: Microsoft Office 2010 is available to registered Hofstra students at no
NOTE: Additional materials…
Assignments and Due Dates
ASSIGNMENT Syllabus & D2L Quiz Quizzes (6 x 5% each) Homework (3 x 10% each) Participant Observation Paper Digital Media Paper Discussion Boards WEIGHT 10% 30% 30% 15% 15% extra credit DUE DATE (last day to submit work) January 25 Varies (see Quizzes in D2L) Varies (see D2L Dropbox) March 1 April 12
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p.m. Pacific Standard Time. Late work will not be accepted without…
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Arts, Language and Literature Division G-138
SPCH 1311 43012
3 credit hours
Professor: Laura Carr
Phone: (972) 860-7161 FAX (972) 860-7248
Office Hours MWF: 11:05 a.m. - 12:05 p.m. TR: 10:50 a.m. – 11:50 a.m.
Class: On-line/INET Aug. 26 to Oct 17
About this class
Cooperative Learning is practiced in this learning studio. So then, what is Cooperative Learning?
Cooperative Learning is a relationship…