Discuss in detail Bukowitz and Williams KM cycle. (1 Mark)
Describe how the major types of knowledge (i.e., tacit and explicit) are transformed in the Nonaka and Takeuchi knowledge spiral model of KM. Use a concrete example to make your point (e.g., a bright idea that occurs to an individual in the organization). (2 Mark)
a. Which transformations would prove to be the most difficult? Why? (1 Mark)
b. Which transformation would prove to be fairly easy? Why? (1 Mark)
The supplement to Chapter 5 in your textbook describes and develops several decision trees.
Address the following requirements:
Develop a decision tree for the case described.
Explain the process of developing a decision tree, draw the decision tree (include the decision tree in an appendix showing chance nodes, probabilities, outcomes, expected values, and net expected value).
Defend your final decision based on your decision tree.
Case for consideration—An operations manager for a cereal producer is faced with a choice of:
A large-scale investment (A) to purchase a new cooker which could produce a substantial pay-off in terms of increased revenue net of costs but requires an investment of 3,750,000 Saudi Riyal. After extensive market research it is thought that there is a 40% chance that a pay-off of 9,375,000 Saudi Riyal will be realized, but there is a 60% chance that it will be only 3,000,000 Saudi Riyal.
A smaller scale project (B) to refurbish an existing cooker. At 1,875,000 Saudi Riyal, this option is less costly but produces a lower pay-off. Again, extensive research data suggests a 30% chance of a gain of 3,750,000 Saudi Riyal but a 70% chance of it being only 1,875,000 Saudi Riyal.
Continuing the present operation without change (C) which cost nothing, but produces no pay-off.
Your essay is required to be 5 to 6 pages in length, which does not include the title page and reference pages, which are never a part of the content minimum requirements.
Support your submission with course material concepts, principles, and theories from the textbook and at least three scholarly, peer-reviewed journal articles. Use the Saudi Digital Library to find your resources.
Use Saudi Electronic University academic writing standards and follow APA style guidelines.
It is strongly encouraged that you submit all assignments into Turnitin prior to submitting them to your instructor for grading. If you are unsure how to submit an assignment into the Originality Check tool, review the Turnitin—Student Guide for step-by-step instructions.
Plagiariism percentage must be very very low.
Attached grading rubric and APA style format Please follow it!
Current Issue Sports Topic- Two part
Management Assignment Help Part 1
Watch the two short video clips below on the MLB Lockout
Click link to access videos or copy and paste them into a browser:
http://www.espn.com/video/clip?id=33312911 (Links to an external site.)
http://www.espn.com/video/clip?id=33344104 (Links to an external site.)
Compose a one and a half (1 1/2) page paper addressing the issue/topic. The final paragraph should detail your opinion on the issue/topic.
Some potential things to consider in your research are as follows: Has a lockout of this magnitude ever occurred before? If so, what was the outcome? What impact will this lockout have on the league as a whole? Will fans lose interest? What effect will the lockout have on sponsorship deals and the cities that the teams call home?
Please note the following:
Compose in Microsoft Word
Use APA format.
Use 12 pt Times New Roman Font
Must be at least one and a half pages.
Feel free to read and research other articles on COVID and sports. However, if you use anything outside of the videos above, be sure to cite the source
Olympics, Allegiances, and Rule 42
Changing passports and competing for another country is not new in the realm of international sport. In recent years, however, we are seeing an uptick as many athletes investigate trading in their original passport for an opportunity to compete on the international level for a different country. They may have a better chance of competing at the international level if they switch allegiances.Since 1992, there has been an increase in athletes changing their passports to compete for countries other than the one where they were born or lived. In many cases, they made the change because the depth of the talent pool in the selected country wasn’t as deep as it was in their country of origin, so switching allegiances allowed for a better opportunity to qualify for the Olympics.During the 2016 Olympics in Rio, the majority of runners on the track and field team for Bahrain Olympic were not from Bahrain; the team was made up of athletes from Ethiopia, Jamaica, Morocco, and Nigeria. To date, every medal won in track and field by Bahrain has been by people born in Africa and not Bahrain. The athletes competing for Qatar are another example of switching nationality. Out of the 39 athletes that Qatar sent to the Olympics in 2016, at least 17 were from another country. The majority of the players on Qatar’s handball team were from another country (Janse, Oonk, and Engbersen 2018).Countries can grant citizenship to whomever they want to, even if that person does not know the language or has never even been to their country. It is up to the country to decide how citizenship is granted. Individual countries have their own laws and governance concerning citizenship. Citizenship is granted for various reasons including birth in the territory or to a citizen, marriage to a citizen, individual talent, or satisfaction of the basic residency requirements for naturalization. The majority of Olympic nationality switches occur because an athlete met the residency requirements of a certain country and then changed citizenship.Rule 41 of the Olympic Charter allows athletes to represent one nation in international competition as long as three years have passed since the competitor represented their former country (Wiggins 2018). Therefore, an athlete can compete for a new country once three years have lapsed since competing for the previous country.Questions:
In what year did the number of athletes switching passports start to increase drastically?
Are the citizenship requirements for all countries around the world are the same?
Which rule of the Olympic Charter allows athletes to represent one nation in international competition as long as three years have passed since the competitor represented his former country?
Discuss your thoughts on whether the IOC should create stricter rules for changing citizenship to compete or keep them as they are. For instance, should athletes know the language, have visited the country, or have lived in the country for a certain amount of time before applying for citizenship? Make sure to discuss your reasoning.
compare healthcare reimbursement methodologies
compare healthcare reimbursement methodologies in Saudi Arabia with the United States. Research the need for more public and private funding of healthcare in Saudi Arabia.
Your response should address the following:
Description of current reimbursement formats in Saudi Arabia and the United States.
Pros and cons of the current reimbursement model in Saudi Arabia and the United States.
In developing your initial response, be sure to draw from, explore, and cite credible reference materials, including at least one scholarly peer-reviewed reference. In responding to your classmates’ posts, you are encouraged to examine their opinions, offering supporting and/or opposing views.