In my opinion, accountability is one aspect that will help our culture to become more moral and ethically sound. If a person is held accountable for their actions and they know they will be held accountable if they are caught, then they are less likely to perform the immorality. It is why many of our laws even become laws. They are a form of regulating human behavior. They are there for the good of the greater whole. Corruption begins when those laws are obviously disregarded or those people breaking the law believe they are above the law or won’t get caught. Corporations have Codes of Conduct that should be followed without exception to who the unethical offender is. If any of those Codes of Conduct are broken, then I believe that the persons’ offense and punishment should be known publically. If they didn’t want to be embarrassed and humiliated by their peers, then then shouldn’t have broken the promise they made when they signed the Code of Conduct agreement. If they know that public humiliation is a possibility beforehand, it might make them think twice before they make an unethical decision. Needless to say though, people desire achievement and recognition. Businesses that show value and respect toward their employees by paying them well and rewarding their employee’s efforts will have employees who are more loyal and trustworthy. They will have a higher number of employees who desire to be a part of the solution instead of creating more complications. I also believe…
Microsoft offers a wide variety of software programs to help with an important assignment and bring all of your information together. Microsoft Office, Excel and Power Point are all great programs to do any assignment on.
You can express your ideas and create visual impact with improved picture and media editing features. It’s easy to add creativity to your work and make your ideas stand out. Whether you’re delivering a presentation to your colleagues or classmates, creating a company brochure…
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manage and process information. In Cadburys and in many other companies, they use different tools to process their information. They could use Microsoft Office Word to enter their information and store it. To then process their information they could use database software such as Microsoft Access, this would be good for large databases and reporting. Microsoft Excel would be good for a flat file database as it is just simply a list, it would also be good for use on figures, i.e. prices of products, how…
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Microsoft Excel Exercise
June 7, 2015
Situation 1 : A business professional wants to use Microsfot Excel for the use of organizing data for his monthly expense report. He has never used Excel and is wondering about the functions that would help support him. The approach that should be used to inform this customer is to explain the functions that would help the to emphasize his spreadsheets for his monthly expense…
‘Adobe Photoshop’ and working with different digital media. I work well with technology and computers as both schools I have attended use Laptops full time as a study tool.
Microsoft Word 2010
Microsoft Publisher 2010
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010
Microsoft Excel 2010
Microsoft Outlook 2010
As I am a boarder at Kincoppal Rose Bay, Unfortunately I am only available to work on Saturday and Sundays of the weekends during school term. However most school…
This year I have used Publisher, Word and Excel. All of these were Microsoft Office 2010.
Word is primarily used for word processing, entering and formatting text, but can also be used for creating simple charts. Some of the key features include text size, different fonts and colours, entering text, symbols and numbers, spell check, different page layouts and inserting pictures and graphs.
Publisher is very similar to word but is mainly used for desktop publishing, creating…
“Try it!” exercises in green. These “Try it!” exercises are a key feature of this tutorial. I have embedded numerous sample Excel spreadsheets so that you can try out the directions right away—without switching into Excel. When you double-click on one of these spreadsheets, you launch Excel, and the spreadsheet “comes alive.” The menus and toolbars even change to those for Excel. By clicking outside one of these spreadsheets, you’re back in Word.
The easiest way to maneuver around this tutorial is…
monthly sales data. The size of the organization or company will determine how you will store this data. Microsoft Access is a great program which works very well for a small work environment. Work environments that are small could utilize spreadsheets from excel to store their data which could suit their needs depending on the data they want to store. A larger company may need more than just Excel to store their data. Large companies would need to consider utilizing a database management system. A…
Introduction to Information
Lecture 1, October 11-12, 2010
Introduction to Information Technology (ITIT)
Instructor: Joseph Yu
Ph.D. in Information Systems, NUS
Economics of Information Systems
Office: AB 360
Office Hours: Wednesday 13:00-15:00
Lab tutor: Lee Li
Office: Room AB 359
Office Hours: Thursdays 9:50am-10:50am…