The action steps a manufacturing business need to decide whether to trade with a foreign country or not, is determining which foreign market(s) to enter, analyze the resources needed to enter that foreign market, and decide the best way to organize and run the foreign expenditure. When determining which foreign market(s) to enter, a manufacturing business needs to analyze and predict which foreign market would be best suited for their business. Also a manufacturing business needs to analyze the resources needed to enter that foreign market. For example, an electronics manufacturing company that wants to enter a foreign market, they would need a foreign market that would have a surplus of well-educated people that would be able to go through a training program. Lastly, a manufacturing business would need to decide the best way to organize and run their business overseas. They would need to either send one of their executives to live in their new foreign market to run the overseas operations or either hire someone there to run the business. For a service business they would have the same action steps as a manufacturing business. They both would need to determine which foreign market(s) to enter, analyze the resources needed to enter that foreign market, and decide the best way to organize and run the foreign expenditure.
The three key factors for participating in the information economy on a global basis is money, trade barriers, and technology. Money is always a key
The American Nurse Association describes nursing as the “protection, promotion, optimization of health and abilities, prevention of illness and injury, alleviation of suffering through the diagnosis and treatment of human response; and advocacy in the care of individuals, families, communities, and population” (ANA, 2015).
The metaparadigm provides the framework for understanding the four basic components of interest to the nursing profession-…
Hello may I speak to ________ (Patients Name)
Hi _______ my name is __________ how are you doing today? Great!
We’re sending you out by UPS a topical pain and scar cream, this will be at no cost to you or your family, your insurance company have already pre-approved you. You still have the name of the insurance company you are with correct? Great!
You are under the age of 65 as well right (If no, call over)
Ok great now just to make sure that we get you the correct cream with the correct FDA…
This week’s discussion question was both thought provoking and humbling. As I read the Harvard Business Review article, I had a momentary pit in my stomach when I read “Most U.S. corporations today are over-managed and underled” (Kotter, 2001). I immediately reflected on the many recent changes my team has faced and wondered if I too was over-managing. If managing is about coping with complexity (Kotter, 2001) and consists of planning and budgeting; organizing and staffing; and controlling performance…
Week 2 Discussion
I think input/output devices have been pretty much the same over the last decade but I see a change coming. Here are some things ideas for advancements I believe we could be in store for.
* Visual display keyboard that emits from tablet or smartphone
* Wireless Glove mouse (use index and middle finger)
* Motion control keyboard
* Full body external display when using Skype or related telecommunication
I think desktops are going to be a thing of the past. The new…
ACC565 Week 3 Discussion 1 and Discussion 2
Section 306 of the IRC was enacted by Congress to prevent tax avoidance by distributing certain stock to a shareholder in a nontaxable stock dividend. Section 306 prevents shareholders from using a preferred stock bailout to convert ordinary income into a capital gain. Analyze the key provisions of Section 306 of the IRC, and outline a tax- planning strategy geared toward redeeming preferred stock with sale…
Crimes That Harm Business Versus Crimes Committed by Business
I’ve got to admit, this is one of the more interesting discussion posts I’ve done! I’ll begin by saying that both types of crime, corporate and individual, are both heinous. Assault, murder, embezzlement, human trafficking and rape are just a few crimes that can be committed, and are typically done outside of the world of corporate crime. With that said, white collar or business crimes are often committed by members of the ‘privileged’…
The pack of BSHS 302 Week 2 Discussion Questions comprises:
Share your thoughts on the evolution of the US Child Welfare System; specifically what do you think is the most effective way of dealing with the problem of child maltreatment (foster care, kinship care, institutional care, or family preservation)? How is this different from the ways child maltreatment use to be handled (institutions, orphan trains, etc.)?
What are the pros and cons of placing children of color in Caucasian…
After having children I realized that education is significant in order to succeed. Working takes a lot of time away from my family. Adding school to my schedule makes it difficult to spend quality time with my children. The problem I have with balancing school, work, and family is being an excellent student, an outstanding employee, and a caring mother all in the same day.
As well as being an excellent student, and an outstanding employee my greatest role is being a caring mother, therefore, providing…
Not all discrimination is prohibited by law. For example, employers routinely discriminate between potential employees based upon education or experience. Other types of discrimination are more subtle, but still legal. For example, some employers discriminate between potential employees based upon personal characteristics such as weight or attractiveness. Should employers be permitted to discriminate based upon attractiveness? Take a side and argue that an employer should or should…
ACC565 Week 7 Discussion 1 and 2
Per the text and IRC, losses and deductions of an S corporation pass through to the shareholders of the corporation and are limited to the shareholders’ basis in the S corporation. Suggest a plan for a client to increase the deductible pass through loss and deductions over the initial investment from a new wholly owned S corporation.
In the case of an S corporation, the losses and deductions associated with it are passed…