Please complete Results chapter, Discussion chapter, Conclusion chapter and 5 in

Please complete Results chapter, Discussion chapter, Conclusion chapter and 5 interview scriipts.
Dissertation file is my Literature review and 3 research questions.


Critical Thinking/Other Assignment After Reading Chapter 6 research and discuss

Critical Thinking/Other Assignment
After Reading Chapter 6 research and discuss the following.
1. Henry Jones is a second-year college student. Last semester his best friend had his laptop stolen. The laptop was an old computer that he planned to replace soon, but the greatest loss was his data. He had not performed a backup and all his data was lost. Henry himself does not perform data backups but knows that he needs to do that on a regular basis. He has decided to use an online backup service that will automatically back up his data whenever it changes. Evaluate and compare reviews on online backup services. Consider iDrive, Carbonite, Acronis True Image, BackBlaze, and others you might find in your research. Recommend a service that you consider the best solution for Henry. Discuss your reviews and mention speed, security and features in your recommendation.
2. Jamie Patterson is completing her degree at a community college and intends to transfer to a university next semester. She has kept a Microsoft Word document that lists her account user names and passwords, but she knows that she needs something much more secure to create and manage her passwords and account information. Evaluate and compare reviews of three password managers, at least one of which can be used on a mobile device. Consider KeePass, Bitwarden, Enpass, KeePassXC, and others you might find in your research. Recommend two password managers: one for when Jamie uses her laptop, and one for when she uses her mobile phone. Discuss your experiences with these password managers and mention security and features in your recommendations.
Criteria of Assignment
• Free of Grammar and spelling errors
• 12 Font
• Two (2) pages in length
• All questions answered thoroughly
• Sources to accommodate your research
When the Critical Thinking Assignment is graded, the grade will be posted in the Gradebook on eCampus
1. Save the file as Your Name Critical Thinking (for example, Joe Smith Critical Thinking).
2. Use a Microsoft Office Word document
3. Click the course control button labeled Critical Thinking.
4. Click on the icon labeled Critical Thinking.
5. Click on View/Complete under “Submit your Critical Thinking Assignment Here”.
6. In Section 2, Your Files, key the following:
a. In the “File to attach” area click the browse button to locate your file.
b. The “Choose file” window will open.
c. At the “Look in” area, select the arrow and then scroll to find the place your file has been saved to (i.e. My computer or desktop). Click on the location that your file was saved to.
d. Select your file from those displayed by clicking on it.
e. The name of the file you selected will appear in the “File Name” area near the bottom of the window.
f. Click on the “Open” button.
g. Your file name will appear in the “File to attach” area.
7. Very Important! In Section 2, Assignment Submission, you must click the box next to “Plagiarism Tools” which states “I agree to submit my paper to the Global Reference Database.” This authorizes your paper to be run through SafeAssign, an anti-plagiarism software, which helps to protect your original authorship of this work.
h. Click the Submit button at the bottom of the page.
i. Congratulations! You have submitted your Critical Thinking Assignment.

World literature

“Describe an experience from your past that greatly impacted your life. How did

“Describe an experience from your past that greatly impacted your life. How did this occurrence help shape the person you
are today? What expectations do you have for your study abroad experience and in what way do you think this experience will affect your life?”–electives – this is the ISA program for Madrid Spain
Use the passage below to help answer the question above, if you need to make up a story to get a better essay that’s ok.
For the question above the essay should not be no longer than 400 words.
Where can I begin? As of a young age my parents were determined to raise me in a cultural, spiritual and loving surrounding. I was born in the United States, however my parents decided it’s best to raise me and my brother in our home country (Ethiopia). When I came of age now I understand the impact of their choices on our foundation of character. Growing up my parents tried their best to take us to different places in Ethiopia and also abroad in Europe and Asia. I grew fond of learning other languages, cultures, and lifestyles; in time appreciating and exploring the world became a big part of me.
Besides the passion I have for learning and exploring other cultures, this opportunity of studying abroad can improve my academic and professional career by challenging me to go to a place I have never been before and develop my survival skills, it can help me develop my communication skills and push me to network with others out of my comfort zone while earning credits towards my degree. Since it will be my first time traveling by myself, I am looking forward to gaining high value skills such as intercultural communication, adaptability, and problem-solving skills from this experience. I believe that this program will help me learn how to multitask, overcoming fear of being by myself and adapting to my surroundings alongside achieving great academic results.
Second question, on a different page (IMPORTANT)
Describe how engaging with your identities during your ISA
program will contribute to your personal and academic
goals. – ISA program reference please scan through it to get a better understanding of abroad studies and how it can impact personal and academic goals.
Use the passage above to help answer the second question, if you need to make up a story to get a better essay that’s ok.

Political Science

Select one of the following essay questions, and write an essay of 3000 words, i

Select one of the following essay questions, and write an essay of 3000 words, including citations, excluding the reference list:
1. Whose (or what type of) ‘security’ matters most in contemporary world politics? Discuss with reference to at least one case study and two theories of world politics.
2. Who offers the more compelling account of world politics? Realists, liberals or neither? Discuss with reference to realism and liberalism, and to at least three of the topics or issues examined on this module.
3.World politics are presently – and will always be – defined by ‘core / periphery’ relationships. Critically evaluate this claim with reference to at least two case studies and one theory of world politics.
4. Which of the following poses the biggest threat to peace and stability in contemporary global politics: violence and armed conflict, global health, global migration, or global inequality?
5. ‘An understanding of gender is essential to better explaining the most important issues in contemporary world politics.’ Critically assess this statement with reference to at least two theories of world politics and to at least one of the following: violence/conflict, migration, global poverty.
6. How do the concepts of ‘voice’ and ‘agency’ contribute to a better understanding of world politics? Discuss with reference to at least two theories of world politics and to either migration, poverty/inequality, or security?
What you need to do
Write a comprehensive answer to one of the above questions. This must include the following:
1. A clear answer to the question (thesis), this should already be apparent in your introduction, and likely repeated in your conclusion.
2. Your introduction should summarise your essay’s main arguments or claims (justification). These main arguments should then be used to structure the main body of your essay (e.g. one paragraph for each main argument). Think of your introduction as a roadmap for your reader, in terms of what they can expect from the logical development of your essay, all in service of your central thesis.
3. In the main body of your essay, develop your arguments clearly and coherently, dealing with each one in turn.
5. You might find it helpful to use sub-headings for each of the main arguments you develop. Make sure that at each step you make reference to how this particular claim or argument helps you to justify the central thesis of your essay.
6. For each of your arguments, provide detailed evidence (support), either through empirical examples or through reference to the literature.
7. Apply the theoretical ideas and concepts learned over the course of the module wherever relevant, demonstrating your knowledge of them.
8. Be analytical and critical: demonstrate that you have the ability to analyse and evaluate the existing literature. Remember that with this essay you are participating in an ongoing academic debate on this particular topic. Making sure to always support your claims with evidence (‘show’ the reader, rather than simply ‘tell’ them something).
9. Reference a minimum of 10 sources for this essay, 3 of which should appear on the relevant module resource lists (uploaded and can be used as references expect for those who are titled handouts, please do not use the handout material as reference in your research) (with others discovered during the course of your own independent research). The above is the minimum required number of sources you should actively engage with in your essay.
10. Include in-text citations (Harvard Style) and a reference list.
Essays should not exceed 3000 words including in-text citations (excluding reference list).
While you will likely begin your research using the uploaded handouts (please do not use the handout material as reference in your research)


In 1 full page, answer the following 1 – READ the “Dig Deeper” case on page 127

In 1 full page, answer the following
1 – READ the “Dig Deeper” case on page 127 of our textbook on “A Sleepwalking Defense?” in the middle of chapter 4.
SEARCH “sleepwalking defense” on the Internet and briefly describe another case you find.
DISCUSS whether you think it’s possible to commit horrible crimes while asleep.
2 – Why do you think people in almost every culture use psychoactive drugs and search for altered states of consciousness (including using meditation and hypnosis)?
You may use research to support your claim, but be sure that your claim first expresses YOUR OWN opinion. Use good critical thinking skills. If you include research, be sure to give credit to your sources by listing the name of the author, title of the resource, and publication date (if available) underneath your post.
3 – Review this resource and solve examples of classical conditioning. Next, post a minimum of two examples that you found along with your answers (identify the US, UR, CS, and CR). Try to post examples which have not already been posted by other students.
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Human Resource Management

Knowledge Transfer Many employers do not have a plan to manage and transfer know

Knowledge Transfer
Many employers do not have a plan to manage and transfer knowledge. Because workforce dynamics have changed, there is a greater need than ever for a knowledge-transfer strategy. Business wisdom is taken from organizations with retirements, resignations, and terminations, leaving companies more likely than not to have less growth capacity and less efficiency, especially in the short run.
In the past, the expectation of passing along knowledge and leaving a legacy was a good fit with the values of long-tenured employees who spent their careers with the same company. But in the modern workplace, where four generations work side by side, knowledge is not always well-filtered throughout an organization.
“As the Baby Boom generation of corporate leaders and experts approaches retirement, businesses in the U.S., Canada, and many European nations face the loss of experience and knowledge on an unprecedented scale,” says Diane Piktialis, Mature Workforce Program Leader at The Conference Board. “Younger workers can’t be counted on to fill the void, as they lack the experience that builds deep expertise. They also tend to change jobs frequently, taking their technological savvy and any knowledge they’ve gained with them.”
Knowledge does not exist in a vacuum, so it is important to first identify and evaluate what kind of knowledge company executives are interested in capturing and sustaining.
Because so much knowledge transfer is cross-generational, from long-tenured to newer employees, an understanding of different learning styles based on generation facilitates the process. Understanding generational learning preferences and adapting how knowledge is conveyed can make the difference between merely harvesting knowledge and actually using it.
Adaptations should be made when the knowledge is specific to the organization and is mission critical, and when the less knowledgeable employee has specific generational learning preferences. For example, employees entering the workforce may prefer getting Instant Messages (IM) in real time rather than setting a schedule to meet. Gen Y employees may set up blogs to capture knowledge. Firms considering or using knowledge transfer processes should assess their readiness for Instant Messaging, blogs, wikis, RSS feeds, podcasts, and virtual reality.
There are many knowledge transfer methods available, including training seminars, formal education, interviews, mentoring, apprenticeships, instant messaging, job transfer, simulations and games, peer assists, communities of practice, storytelling, wikis, blogs, white papers, and conferences.
Revised from:
American Management Association. (2017). Effective knowledge transfer can help transform your bottom line. Retrieved from
Assignment Overview
Steve Trautman is one of America’s leading knowledge experts. View the following four videos to understand the depth of the knowledge-transfer process and follow Mr. Trautman’s widely used knowledge transfer solution.
Pay close attention to the process. Developing your own Knowledge Silo Matrix and discussing what you found will be the basis of your Case 1 assignment.
Trautman, S. (2012, November 30). Introduction to the Steve Trautman Co. 3 step knowledge transfer process . Retrieved from
Trautman, S. (2013, January 22). 5 questions that drive knowledge transfer . Retrieved from
Trautman, S. (2012, December 19). The Steve Trautman Co. 3-step knowledge transfer solution with knowledge silo matrix demo . Retrieved from
And finally, pulling it all together:
Trautman, S. (2012, December 18). How it works: The Steve Trautman Co. 3 step knowledge transfer solution . Retrieved from
Case Assignment
For this Case Assignment you will be completing and analyzing a matrix following the Knowledge Silo Matrix instructions in the third video above. (The team you choose could be a current or past work group, a group of committee members, a group of family members, members of a rock band, or any group where you know the expertise needed and the skill levels of the employees/members.)
You may (a) complete the matrix by hand or (b) use the Knowledge Silo Matrix Word form. Remember these key points:
The Knowledge Silo Matrix (KSM) is a high-level tool of knowledge silos. Think bigger picture. For example, if you were filling out a KSM for building a house, some example silos would be Plumbing, Electrical, Flooring, Insulation, etc. Not “Weld a pipe” or “Test for adequate water pressure.” The blog article, Tip for Better, Faster Knowledge Transfer—It’s Not What People KNOW, It’s What They Know How to DO, provided by The Steve Trautman Co., addresses the important distinction between Knowing vs. Doing. This will help you create a more actionable KSM.
Once you have your matrix completed, then respond to the following questions using the section headings in your paper that are marked in bold below. Utilize at least two sources of outside information from other authors; be sure to cite them and provide a reference list at the end.
Introduction—This section is often written after you have completed the rest of your paper.
Work Team Overview—Provide an overview of the work team you have assessed in the Knowledge Silo Matrix. Who are they, how long have they been in the group, and what are their jobs?
Skill Level in Silo—Discuss each group member’s job in terms of his/her silo status—discussing why you have evaluated them as purple, green, yellow, or white.
Matrix Analysis—Analyze what the matrix tells you.
Look at each silo and analyze what you see and what needs to be done to minimize the knowledge risk.
Look at the colors assigned to each employee (horizontal colors). What should be done next to minimize the risk related to each employee as well as to enhance the performance of the work team? Be sure to discuss the training needed (or not) for each member and what the format of the training should be given what you learn from the matrix.
Application of the Matrix–Discuss what you have learned from this exercise and the strengths of the Knowledge Silo Matrix approach and the challenges you see managers could face in an organization using the Matrix.
Submit BOTH your Knowledge Silo Matrix and your discussion covering the points above by the module due date.


A. Final Draft Guidelines DIRECTIONS: Refer to the list below throughout the wri

A. Final Draft Guidelines
DIRECTIONS: Refer to the list below throughout the writing process. Do not submit your Touchstone until it meets these guidelines.
1. Editing and Revising
❒ Have you significantly revised the essay by adjusting areas like organization, focus, and clarity?
❒ Have you made comprehensive edits to word choice, sentence variety, and style?
❒ Have your edits and revisions addressed the feedback provided by your evaluator?
2. Cohesion and Source Integration
❒ Is the information presented in a logical order that is easy for the reader to follow?
❒ Have you included smooth transitions between sentences and paragraphs?
❒ Have you introduced your sources clearly and in a way that demonstrates their validity to the reader?
3. Conventions and Proofreading
❒ Have you double-checked for correct formatting, grammar, punctuation, spelling, and capitalization?
❒ Have you ensured that any quoted material is represented accurately?
4. Reflection
❒ Have you displayed a clear understanding of the revision process?
❒ Have you answered all reflection questions thoughtfully and included insights, observations, and/or examples in all responses?
❒ Are your answers included on a separate page below the composition?
Review the in-text comments and summary feedback you received on your Touchstone 3.2 draft to enhance your writing. You will then submit a revision of your Touchstone 3.2 draft that reflects the evaluator’s feedback. Make sure to include a copy of your Touchstone 3.2 draft below the reflection questions for this unit.
B. Reflection Questions:
DIRECTIONS: Below your assignment, include answers to all of the following reflection questions.
How much time did you spend revising your draft? What revision strategies did you use and which worked best for you? (2-3 sentences)
List three concrete revisions that you made and explain how you made them. What problem did you fix with each of these revisions? Issues may be unity, cohesion, rhetorical appeals, content, or any other areas on which you received constructive feedback. (4-5 sentences)
What did you learn about your writing process or yourself as a writer? How has your understanding of the research process changed as a result of taking this course? (2-3 sentences)

Computer Science

Examine how data analytics can be used in project management for software develo

Examine how data analytics can be used in project management for software development. Describe how data analytics fits in with the software development life cycle and different types of software. Consider how data analytics can address issues in software development, and why data analytic skills are desired for successful software project managers.

Human Resource Management

Write 3-5 pages on strategy and culture as it relates to your topic of research,

Write 3-5 pages on strategy and culture as it relates to your topic of research, organization, and problem or opportunity in your capstone project, an effectiveness improvement plan.
The next component of your capstone project will focus on evaluating the strategy of your plan. Examine your approach in terms of strategic HRM for organizational success and competitive advantage. Consider whether your plan is aligned to the business strategy. Evaluate the connection between HRM strategy and organizational strategy in the global environment if applicable. Make certain to assess the importance of HRM strategy to organizational sustainability and specific firm initiatives.
HRM strategies form the nucleus of a successful organization. They bring together the elements of culture, organization, and HR systems for synergy and effectiveness. Without these strategies, and without leadership that is not only willing but serious about implementing, monitoring, and refining them, the organization will lose valuable ground. HRM strategies can be used to support the employee experience and make the organization successful and competitive.
Research current articles that explore strategy and culture to complete the following:
Analyze HRM’s role in building organizational culture.
Develop a strategy for working within the organizational culture, as you develop leadership and consultation approaches for implementing your plan to improve organizational effectiveness.
Assess the cultural factors that will likely affect the development and implementation of your plan.
Consider the employee life cycle and employee experience within your selected organization.
Analyze both the ethical and the legal responsibilities related to culture, both in the organization and in society as a whole.


Create a 10-12 slide PowerPoint presentation that interprets four of the graphs

Create a 10-12 slide PowerPoint presentation that interprets four of the graphs from the report you created in the last two assessments. You have the option of recording a voice-over of up to 10 minutes or including detailed presenter’s notes in the PowerPoint slide deck to explain the points in each slide.
The ability to translate analytic results into clear, concise business language and actionable results is vital for managers and analysts. Managers are often required to present the results of their team’s analysis to executives and must be able to explain the results at a high level as well as understand enough about the details to answer any questions the executives might pose.
How much an analysis is valued can depend heavily on how well the results of that analysis are articulated. Communicating the results of your data analysis so the applications to your business are clear and explicit can greatly enhance the value of your analytic work. In this assessment, consider how you can best communicate the results that you wrote about in your previous assessment. Review any feedback you received on your first assessment and use it to enhance this assessment