uestionFor this discussion, the initial post by each student should be in the range of 200-250 words. During the first week, many people answered the questions well. However, this week I want you to think about potential consequences. For instance, what is the actual cost of large buffer inventories? What constitutes large and what constitutes small? For a JIT shop like BMW, they only stock about 1.5 days worth of engines. The rest are constantly streaming from Germany to South Carolina. What could potentially go wrong with this type of operation? etc. This is just to give you an idea of the direction I would like to see the class move. Below are this weeks questions. Enjoy!1. Figure 2.1 “Integrated Logistics” is shown on page 33. Describe the connectivity and what it means to you.2. Discuss in depth one of the Logistical Integration Objectives which begins at the bottom of page 40.3. Give an example of Performance Cycle Uncertainty that you have seen in the real world.module 3Hi Everyone! For this discussion, the initial post by each student should be in the range of 200-250 words. In the previous two discussions, many initial posts were much longer than this. So, having shorter posts makes it easier to both read by the other students and it leaves some of the material for the other students to post as well.Choose one of these topics (below) and write a response accordingly.1) Describe a real-life situation where Customer-Focused Marketing could be used.2) Discuss Customer Satisfaction and/or Customer Success3) Discuss the Procurement objectives as it would apply to a real-world situation.4) Supplier Selection and Assessment is currently a hot topic. What are some methods for selection and assessment? How can these become successful/failures?mod 4Hi Everyone! For this discussion, the initial post by each student should be in the range of 200-250 words. In the previous two discussions, many initial posts were much longer than this. So, having shorter posts makes it easier to both read by the other students and it leaves some of the material for the other students to post as well. Choose one of these topics (below) and write a response accordingly. Explain the nature of economies of scale and economies of scope and the manufacturing strategies that stem from these two distinct phenomena.Discuss the changing trends in manufacturing, including lean manufacturing, Six Sigma goals, just-in-time supply, and design for logistics.Explain the logistics planning process with an emphasis on forecasting methods and techniques.FYI, an excel spreadsheet is mentioned in this Week’s case (Case Analysis 4). Here is a reference to the files that come with the text. Data Sets for Cases. (n.d.). Supply Chain Management. Retrieved November 17, 2013, from…http://highered.mcgraw-hill.com/sites/0078024056/student_view0/index.htmlmodule 5Hi Everyone! For this discussion, the initial post by each student should be in the range of 200-250 words. Discuss situations in your life that apply and/or have applied to the video presented in the Module about the ever-changing world. .youtube.com/watch?v=yuKu6PZXCIY”>http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yuKu6PZXCIYThis is a good video that really gets everyone thinking about how much change is actually happening around us. I look forward to your posts.module 6Hi Everyone! For this discussion, the initial post by each student should be in the range of 200-250 words.Choose one of the below topics:1) Identify a company/entity you think has used their warehousing capabilities to create a competitive advantage. 2) Safety in a warehouse environment is discusses in the module. What are some best practices for implementing safe programs in a warehouse environment?3) Describe cross docking and how it can be used to improve profit margins.module 7Hi Everyone! For this discussion, the initial post by each student should be in the range of 200-250 words.Choose one of the below topics and give an example of how these are used (purposes) in industry:Radio Frequency Identification, Truck Monitoring Systems, Negotiable Bills of Laden, Inventory Insurance, Bottleneck Theory, Short Line Railroadsmodule 8Hi Everyone! The last week is upon us! Here is the last forum for this class. I hope you enjoyed it!For this discussion, the initial post by each student should be in the range of 200-250 words.Choose one of the below topics:1) Inventory turnover ratio.2) What are the talents and skills needed to operate a successful and sustainable logistics system?3) Discuss the success of a functioning logistics system by applying a series of appropriate logistics success metrics to the situationFor this module, you will complete an analysis of the following from the “Cases” section of your textbook:• Case 1: Integrated Logistics for DEP/GARDclick to view complete instructions for this assignment.Submit this assignment to the DropboxMGT 309 – Case Analysis Guidelines and RubricThis course contains five Case Analysis assignments. You should begin working on these early. It is veryimportant to focus on continuous improvement throughout the course. Failure to make corrections basedon the instructor’s feedback for each case analysis will result is a significantly lower score in subsequentcase. Therefore, based on the instructor’s feedback on each case, you are expected to exhibit continuousimprovement in each of the following cases.There are basic rules about a case analysis to follow. First, do not submit them in question and answerformat which is not appropriate for case analyses. Your case analyses must be composed in essayformat and adhere to the following APA style and formatting guidelines, which will help ensure a solidgrade on your first case analysis.1. Include a title page containing case name, course identification, date, your name, and yourinstructor’s name.2. An abstract is not necessary in a short case analysis.3. Write your case analysis in essay style with a tabbed first line in each paragraph. Make sure toaddress each case question thoroughly. You are suggested to commit a minimum of oneparagraph to answer each question, two if necessary.4. The content of your analysis must be at least 1,000 words. This does not include the title page,main document, and sources in the Reference section.5. The case analysis must include at least three heading sections such as Introduction orBackground, Current Issues or Issues Addressed, and Conclusion or Recommendations. Thenames of the headings are at your discretion but must help the reader better understand youranalysis.6. The document must be double-spaced, the font must be in Arial, Courier, or Times New Roman,and the font size must be 12-point. There should be no extra white space anywhere in yourdocument which includes line breaks and/or page breaks. The document must have one inchmargins all around.7. Include a References section with your sources. Do not use the terms Bibliography or WorksCited.8. Include and cite at least three scholarly sources for each case, and list these in the Referencessection. There must also be at least five citations throughout your document with at least onebeing a “direct quote.”The aforementioned items must be followed in all assigned cases. Not adhering to these guidelines willresult in deductions from your overall score. Hence, all of the aforementioned factors are used in gradingyour cases. Additionally, the rubric on the following page will be used to grade your case analysis. Youare strongly recommended to print this document for reference.Submit the assigned Case Analysis to the Dropbox no later than Sunday 11:59 PM EST/EDT of themodule in which it is due. (Each Dropbox basket is linked to Turnitin.)For this module, you will complete an analysis of the following from the “Cases” section of your textbook:• Case 2: Woodmere ProductsClick here to view complete instructions for this assignment.Submit this assignment to the Dropboxno laterMGT 309 – Case Analysis Guidelines and RubricThis course contains five Case Analysis assignments. You should begin working on these early. It is veryimportant to focus on cont
inuous improvement throughout the course. Failure to make corrections basedon the instructor’s feedback for each case analysis will result is a significantly lower score in subsequentcase. Therefore, based on the instructor’s feedback on each case, you are expected to exhibit continuousimprovement in each of the following cases.There are basic rules about a case analysis to follow. First, do not submit them in question and answerformat which is not appropriate for case analyses. Your case analyses must be composed in essayformat and adhere to the following APA style and formatting guidelines, which will help ensure a solidgrade on your first case analysis.1. Include a title page containing case name, course identification, date, your name, and yourinstructor’s name.2. An abstract is not necessary in a short case analysis.3. Write your case analysis in essay style with a tabbed first line in each paragraph. Make sure toaddress each case question thoroughly. You are suggested to commit a minimum of oneparagraph to answer each question, two if necessary.4. The content of your analysis must be at least 1,000 words. This does not include the title page,main document, and sources in the Reference section.5. The case analysis must include at least three heading sections such as Introduction orBackground, Current Issues or Issues Addressed, and Conclusion or Recommendations. Thenames of the headings are at your discretion but must help the reader better understand youranalysis.6. The document must be double-spaced, the font must be in Arial, Courier, or Times New Roman,and the font size must be 12-point. There should be no extra white space anywhere in yourdocument which includes line breaks and/or page breaks. The document must have one inchmargins all around.7. Include a References section with your sources. Do not use the terms Bibliography or WorksCited.8. Include and cite at least three scholarly sources for each case, and list these in the Referencessection. There must also be at least five citations throughout your document with at least onebeing a “direct quote.”The aforementioned items must be followed in all assigned cases. Not adhering to these guidelines willresult in deductions from your overall score. Hence, all of the aforementioned factors are used in gradingyour cases. Additionally, the rubric on the following page will be used to grade your case analysis. Youare strongly recommended to print this document for reference.Submit the assigned Case Analysis to the Dropbox no later than Sunday 11:59 PM EST/EDT of themodule in which it is due. (Each Dropbox basket is linked to Turnitin.)For this module, you will complete an analysis of the following from the “Cases” section of your textbook:• Case 4: Westminster CompanyClick here to view complete instructions for this assignment.Submit this assignment to the DropboxMGT 309 – Case Analysis Guidelines and RubricThis course contains five Case Analysis assignments. You should begin working on these early. It is veryimportant to focus on continuous improvement throughout the course. Failure to make corrections basedon the instructor’s feedback for each case analysis will result is a significantly lower score in subsequentcase. Therefore, based on the instructor’s feedback on each case, you are expected to exhibit continuousimprovement in each of the following cases.There are basic rules about a case analysis to follow. First, do not submit them in question and answerformat which is not appropriate for case analyses. Your case analyses must be composed in essayformat and adhere to the following APA style and formatting guidelines, which will help ensure a solidgrade on your first case analysis.1. Include a title page containing case name, course identification, date, your name, and yourinstructor’s name.2. An abstract is not necessary in a short case analysis.3. Write your case analysis in essay style with a tabbed first line in each paragraph. Make sure toaddress each case question thoroughly. You are suggested to commit a minimum of oneparagraph to answer each question, two if necessary.4. The content of your analysis must be at least 1,000 words. This does not include the title page,main document, and sources in the Reference section.5. The case analysis must include at least three heading sections such as Introduction orBackground, Current Issues or Issues Addressed, and Conclusion or Recommendations. Thenames of the headings are at your discretion but must help the reader better understand youranalysis.6. The document must be double-spaced, the font must be in Arial, Courier, or Times New Roman,and the font size must be 12-point. There should be no extra white space anywhere in yourdocument which includes line breaks and/or page breaks. The document must have one inchmargins all around.7. Include a References section with your sources. Do not use the terms Bibliography or WorksCited.8. Include and cite at least three scholarly sources for each case, and list these in the Referencessection. There must also be at least five citations throughout your document with at least onebeing a “direct quote.”The aforementioned items must be followed in all assigned cases. Not adhering to these guidelines willresult in deductions from your overall score. Hence, all of the aforementioned factors are used in gradingyour cases. Additionally, the rubric on the following page will be used to grade your case analysis. Youare strongly recommended to print this document for reference.Submit the assigned Case Analysis to the Dropbox no later than Sunday 11:59 PM EST/EDT of themodule in which it is due. (Each Dropbox basket is linked to Turnitin.)For this assignment, answer the following questions from the “Problems” section in the back of the textbook:•Problem Set 1: Operations – 2, 4, 6, 7, and 8You should answer each problem as thoroughly as possible and show all work.Submit this assignment to the DropboxMGT 309 – Logistics Research Paper Guidelines and Grading RubricPaper Description1. You may choose from any one of the hundreds of topics listed in your textbook, but the topic must benarrow and concise enough to cover in five pages.2. You must submit a 1-2 page Research Proposal by the conclusion of Module 3 that contains thefollowing:a) Title of research paper.b) Background Information: A 150-200 word overview of the topic that you intend to prove,analyze, or explain. You must integrate the Saint Leo University core value of integrity intoyour paper in some form.c) A list of five references that you will use in your paper.3. Your Research Paper must be divided into logical headings and the layout should adhere to thefollowing suggestions:a) Cover page: see Paper Format belowb) Introduction or Background: choose either to usec) Current Situation, Statement of Problem, or Issues Addressed: choose one heading to used) Analysis of Issues, Addressing the Problems, or Answering the Questions: choose oneheading to usee) Conclusions or Recommendations: choose one heading to use and develop conclusionsbased on you paper’s objectivesf) References: use this heading, then list sources below in proper APA format4. Your Research Paper must make some sound conclusions and/or recommendations based on yourresearch findings about the topic. Make sure that your conclusion or recommendations presentsomething unique or exclusive in nature and are not a rehash of information in the textbook.Paper Format1. Complete document must be in proper APA format2. Cover page: paper title, your name, date, class name, and professor’s name3. Table of contents: outline of research paper’s contents4. Abstract: not required for short paper5. Written content: approximately five pages (1400-1800 words) not including cover page or References6. Font: 12-point Arial, Courier, or Times New Roman7. Line spacing: double8. Paper must include the areas of analysis discussed in the next sectionDue Dates1. Research Proposal: submit to the Dropbox no later than Sunday 11:59 PM EST/EDT of Module 3.(This Dropbox basket is linked to Turnitin.)2. Final Paper: submit to the Dropbox n
o later than Sunday 11:59 PM EST/EDT of Module 7. (ThisDropbox basket is linked to Turnitin.)Research Paper Grading RubricRatings:Exceptional corresponds to an A (90-100). Performance is outstanding; significantly above thFor this module, you will complete an analysis of the following from the “Cases” section of your textbook:• Case 10: The Cooper Processing Companyto view complete instructions for this assignment.Submit this assignment to the Dropboxno later than Sunday

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uestionFor this discussion, the initial post by each student should be in the range of 200-250 words. During the first week, many people answered the questions well. However, this week I want you to think about potential consequences. For instance, what is the actual cost of large buffer inventories? What constitutes large and what constitutes small? For a JIT shop like BMW, they only stock about 1.5 days worth of engines. The rest are constantly streaming from Germany to South Carolina. What could potentially go wrong with this type of operation? etc. This is just to give you an idea of the direction I would like to see the class move. Below are this weeks questions. Enjoy!1. Figure 2.1 “Integrated Logistics” is shown on page 33. Describe the connectivity and what it means to you.2. Discuss in depth one of the Logistical Integration Objectives which begins at the bottom of page 40.3. Give an example of Performance Cycle Uncertainty that you have seen in the real world.module 3Hi Everyone! For this discussion, the initial post by each student should be in the range of 200-250 words. In the previous two discussions, many initial posts were much longer than this. So, having shorter posts makes it easier to both read by the other students and it leaves some of the material for the other students to post as well.Choose one of these topics (below) and write a response accordingly.1) Describe a real-life situation where Customer-Focused Marketing could be used.2) Discuss Customer Satisfaction and/or Customer Success3) Discuss the Procurement objectives as it would apply to a real-world situation.4) Supplier Selection and Assessment is currently a hot topic. What are some methods for selection and assessment? How can these become successful/failures?mod 4Hi Everyone! For this discussion, the initial post by each student should be in the range of 200-250 words. In the previous two discussions, many initial posts were much longer than this. So, having shorter posts makes it easier to both read by the other students and it leaves some of the material for the other students to post as well. Choose one of these topics (below) and write a response accordingly. Explain the nature of economies of scale and economies of scope and the manufacturing strategies that stem from these two distinct phenomena.Discuss the changing trends in manufacturing, including lean manufacturing, Six Sigma goals, just-in-time supply, and design for logistics.Explain the logistics planning process with an emphasis on forecasting methods and techniques.FYI, an excel spreadsheet is mentioned in this Week’s case (Case Analysis 4). Here is a reference to the files that come with the text. Data Sets for Cases. (n.d.). Supply Chain Management. Retrieved November 17, 2013, from…http://highered.mcgraw-hill.com/sites/0078024056/student_view0/index.htmlmodule 5Hi Everyone! For this discussion, the initial post by each student should be in the range of 200-250 words. Discuss situations in your life that apply and/or have applied to the video presented in the Module about the ever-changing world. .youtube.com/watch?v=yuKu6PZXCIY”>http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yuKu6PZXCIYThis is a good video that really gets everyone thinking about how much change is actually happening around us. I look forward to your posts.module 6Hi Everyone! For this discussion, the initial post by each student should be in the range of 200-250 words.Choose one of the below topics:1) Identify a company/entity you think has used their warehousing capabilities to create a competitive advantage. 2) Safety in a warehouse environment is discusses in the module. What are some best practices for implementing safe programs in a warehouse environment?3) Describe cross docking and how it can be used to improve profit margins.module 7Hi Everyone! For this discussion, the initial post by each student should be in the range of 200-250 words.Choose one of the below topics and give an example of how these are used (purposes) in industry:Radio Frequency Identification, Truck Monitoring Systems, Negotiable Bills of Laden, Inventory Insurance, Bottleneck Theory, Short Line Railroadsmodule 8Hi Everyone! The last week is upon us! Here is the last forum for this class. I hope you enjoyed it!For this discussion, the initial post by each student should be in the range of 200-250 words.Choose one of the below topics:1) Inventory turnover ratio.2) What are the talents and skills needed to operate a successful and sustainable logistics system?3) Discuss the success of a functioning logistics system by applying a series of appropriate logistics success metrics to the situationFor this module, you will complete an analysis of the following from the “Cases” section of your textbook:• Case 1: Integrated Logistics for DEP/GARDclick to view complete instructions for this assignment.Submit this assignment to the DropboxMGT 309 – Case Analysis Guidelines and RubricThis course contains five Case Analysis assignments. You should begin working on these early. It is veryimportant to focus on continuous improvement throughout the course. Failure to make corrections basedon the instructor’s feedback for each case analysis will result is a significantly lower score in subsequentcase. Therefore, based on the instructor’s feedback on each case, you are expected to exhibit continuousimprovement in each of the following cases.There are basic rules about a case analysis to follow. First, do not submit them in question and answerformat which is not appropriate for case analyses. Your case analyses must be composed in essayformat and adhere to the following APA style and formatting guidelines, which will help ensure a solidgrade on your first case analysis.1. Include a title page containing case name, course identification, date, your name, and yourinstructor’s name.2. An abstract is not necessary in a short case analysis.3. Write your case analysis in essay style with a tabbed first line in each paragraph. Make sure toaddress each case question thoroughly. You are suggested to commit a minimum of oneparagraph to answer each question, two if necessary.4. The content of your analysis must be at least 1,000 words. This does not include the title page,main document, and sources in the Reference section.5. The case analysis must include at least three heading sections such as Introduction orBackground, Current Issues or Issues Addressed, and Conclusion or Recommendations. Thenames of the headings are at your discretion but must help the reader better understand youranalysis.6. The document must be double-spaced, the font must be in Arial, Courier, or Times New Roman,and the font size must be 12-point. There should be no extra white space anywhere in yourdocument which includes line breaks and/or page breaks. The document must have one inchmargins all around.7. Include a References section with your sources. Do not use the terms Bibliography or WorksCited.8. Include and cite at least three scholarly sources for each case, and list these in the Referencessection. There must also be at least five citations throughout your document with at least onebeing a “direct quote.”The aforementioned items must be followed in all assigned cases. Not adhering to these guidelines willresult in deductions from your overall score. Hence, all of the aforementioned factors are used in gradingyour cases. Additionally, the rubric on the following page will be used to grade your case analysis. Youare strongly recommended to print this document for reference.Submit the assigned Case Analysis to the Dropbox no later than Sunday 11:59 PM EST/EDT of themodule in which it is due. (Each Dropbox basket is linked to Turnitin.)For this module, you will complete an analysis of the following from the “Cases” section of your textbook:• Case 2: Woodmere ProductsClick here to view complete instructions for this assignment.Submit this assignment to the Dropboxno laterMGT 309 – Case Analysis Guidelines and RubricThis course contains five Case Analysis assignments. You should begin working on these early. It is veryimportant to focus on cont
inuous improvement throughout the course. Failure to make corrections basedon the instructor’s feedback for each case analysis will result is a significantly lower score in subsequentcase. Therefore, based on the instructor’s feedback on each case, you are expected to exhibit continuousimprovement in each of the following cases.There are basic rules about a case analysis to follow. First, do not submit them in question and answerformat which is not appropriate for case analyses. Your case analyses must be composed in essayformat and adhere to the following APA style and formatting guidelines, which will help ensure a solidgrade on your first case analysis.1. Include a title page containing case name, course identification, date, your name, and yourinstructor’s name.2. An abstract is not necessary in a short case analysis.3. Write your case analysis in essay style with a tabbed first line in each paragraph. Make sure toaddress each case question thoroughly. You are suggested to commit a minimum of oneparagraph to answer each question, two if necessary.4. The content of your analysis must be at least 1,000 words. This does not include the title page,main document, and sources in the Reference section.5. The case analysis must include at least three heading sections such as Introduction orBackground, Current Issues or Issues Addressed, and Conclusion or Recommendations. Thenames of the headings are at your discretion but must help the reader better understand youranalysis.6. The document must be double-spaced, the font must be in Arial, Courier, or Times New Roman,and the font size must be 12-point. There should be no extra white space anywhere in yourdocument which includes line breaks and/or page breaks. The document must have one inchmargins all around.7. Include a References section with your sources. Do not use the terms Bibliography or WorksCited.8. Include and cite at least three scholarly sources for each case, and list these in the Referencessection. There must also be at least five citations throughout your document with at least onebeing a “direct quote.”The aforementioned items must be followed in all assigned cases. Not adhering to these guidelines willresult in deductions from your overall score. Hence, all of the aforementioned factors are used in gradingyour cases. Additionally, the rubric on the following page will be used to grade your case analysis. Youare strongly recommended to print this document for reference.Submit the assigned Case Analysis to the Dropbox no later than Sunday 11:59 PM EST/EDT of themodule in which it is due. (Each Dropbox basket is linked to Turnitin.)For this module, you will complete an analysis of the following from the “Cases” section of your textbook:• Case 4: Westminster CompanyClick here to view complete instructions for this assignment.Submit this assignment to the DropboxMGT 309 – Case Analysis Guidelines and RubricThis course contains five Case Analysis assignments. You should begin working on these early. It is veryimportant to focus on continuous improvement throughout the course. Failure to make corrections basedon the instructor’s feedback for each case analysis will result is a significantly lower score in subsequentcase. Therefore, based on the instructor’s feedback on each case, you are expected to exhibit continuousimprovement in each of the following cases.There are basic rules about a case analysis to follow. First, do not submit them in question and answerformat which is not appropriate for case analyses. Your case analyses must be composed in essayformat and adhere to the following APA style and formatting guidelines, which will help ensure a solidgrade on your first case analysis.1. Include a title page containing case name, course identification, date, your name, and yourinstructor’s name.2. An abstract is not necessary in a short case analysis.3. Write your case analysis in essay style with a tabbed first line in each paragraph. Make sure toaddress each case question thoroughly. You are suggested to commit a minimum of oneparagraph to answer each question, two if necessary.4. The content of your analysis must be at least 1,000 words. This does not include the title page,main document, and sources in the Reference section.5. The case analysis must include at least three heading sections such as Introduction orBackground, Current Issues or Issues Addressed, and Conclusion or Recommendations. Thenames of the headings are at your discretion but must help the reader better understand youranalysis.6. The document must be double-spaced, the font must be in Arial, Courier, or Times New Roman,and the font size must be 12-point. There should be no extra white space anywhere in yourdocument which includes line breaks and/or page breaks. The document must have one inchmargins all around.7. Include a References section with your sources. Do not use the terms Bibliography or WorksCited.8. Include and cite at least three scholarly sources for each case, and list these in the Referencessection. There must also be at least five citations throughout your document with at least onebeing a “direct quote.”The aforementioned items must be followed in all assigned cases. Not adhering to these guidelines willresult in deductions from your overall score. Hence, all of the aforementioned factors are used in gradingyour cases. Additionally, the rubric on the following page will be used to grade your case analysis. Youare strongly recommended to print this document for reference.Submit the assigned Case Analysis to the Dropbox no later than Sunday 11:59 PM EST/EDT of themodule in which it is due. (Each Dropbox basket is linked to Turnitin.)For this assignment, answer the following questions from the “Problems” section in the back of the textbook:•Problem Set 1: Operations – 2, 4, 6, 7, and 8You should answer each problem as thoroughly as possible and show all work.Submit this assignment to the DropboxMGT 309 – Logistics Research Paper Guidelines and Grading RubricPaper Description1. You may choose from any one of the hundreds of topics listed in your textbook, but the topic must benarrow and concise enough to cover in five pages.2. You must submit a 1-2 page Research Proposal by the conclusion of Module 3 that contains thefollowing:a) Title of research paper.b) Background Information: A 150-200 word overview of the topic that you intend to prove,analyze, or explain. You must integrate the Saint Leo University core value of integrity intoyour paper in some form.c) A list of five references that you will use in your paper.3. Your Research Paper must be divided into logical headings and the layout should adhere to thefollowing suggestions:a) Cover page: see Paper Format belowb) Introduction or Background: choose either to usec) Current Situation, Statement of Problem, or Issues Addressed: choose one heading to used) Analysis of Issues, Addressing the Problems, or Answering the Questions: choose oneheading to usee) Conclusions or Recommendations: choose one heading to use and develop conclusionsbased on you paper’s objectivesf) References: use this heading, then list sources below in proper APA format4. Your Research Paper must make some sound conclusions and/or recommendations based on yourresearch findings about the topic. Make sure that your conclusion or recommendations presentsomething unique or exclusive in nature and are not a rehash of information in the textbook.Paper Format1. Complete document must be in proper APA format2. Cover page: paper title, your name, date, class name, and professor’s name3. Table of contents: outline of research paper’s contents4. Abstract: not required for short paper5. Written content: approximately five pages (1400-1800 words) not including cover page or References6. Font: 12-point Arial, Courier, or Times New Roman7. Line spacing: double8. Paper must include the areas of analysis discussed in the next sectionDue Dates1. Research Proposal: submit to the Dropbox no later than Sunday 11:59 PM EST/EDT of Module 3.(This Dropbox basket is linked to Turnitin.)2. Final Paper: submit to the Dropbox n
o later than Sunday 11:59 PM EST/EDT of Module 7. (ThisDropbox basket is linked to Turnitin.)Research Paper Grading RubricRatings:Exceptional corresponds to an A (90-100). Performance is outstanding; significantly above thFor this module, you will complete an analysis of the following from the “Cases” section of your textbook:• Case 10: The Cooper Processing Companyto view complete instructions for this assignment.Submit this assignment to the Dropboxno later than Sunday

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