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Operational Leadership: A Case of General Helmuth von Moltke (The Younger)
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...Schlieffen Plan. In the war plan developed by his predecessor, Motke had to pursue it. The plan was to achieve Germany’s objective of being able to respond swiftly and decisively in the case of an outbreak of a European war. Motke was central in arguing that Gremany would be unable to sustain a two-front war in Europe (which turned out to be quite true). Neutralizing France incredibly quickly was thus essential for German national security... ?Operational Leadership: A Case of General Helmuth von Moltke (The Younger) Operational Leadership is very important for military particularly duringwarfare. What exactly makes a successful operational commander, however, has long been debated, and forming a...
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Mission Command Analysis: The Battle of the Marne
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...Schlieffen Plan. The British Expeditionary Army swept aside the Germany Army with relative ease since the former had retreated from at the Mons Battle. For quite sometime, General French wanted the BEF to take off to the Coast but Lord Kitchner forbade the move ordering that BEF had no obligation towards separating from the French Armyiii. As a result, the French retreated and headed towards the Marne River. It was at this location where both the French and German armies fought their first major battle. The task of this argumentative paper is to give a Mission Command Analysis of Cos Helmuth von Moltke during the first Battle of the Marne in World War Iiv. Analysis... Mission Command Analysis...
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Discussion Theme: General war broke out in Europe in 1914 because of premeditated German decisions
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...Schlieffen Plan. The kaiser’s decision to attack Paris through Belgium was a result of General Helmuth... Running Head: GERMANY AND THE FIRST WORLD WAR Germany’s Culpability in the Outbreak of the First World War Germany’s Culpability in the Outbreak of the First World War Responsibility, guilt, blame, and culpability are four nouns that have been used over and over again when a discussion of the role of Germany and the First World War is initiated. Although A. J. P. Taylor (as cited in Pearce, 1997) makes a valid point when he compared tracing the causes of World War I to “a motoring accident for which it makes no more sense to blame the driver of the vehicle involved than it does the inventor of the in...
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Historical Essay #2: America and the Great War
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...plans in anticipation of the significant battles. The notable German Schlieffen Plan facilitated the Germany to expand a standing army. The international alliance system advanced by leaders such as Bismarck aimed at safeguarding Germany from the possible threatening territories (Nicolson, 2014). Notably, the European nations engaged in making, breaking, as well as, reorganizing alliances from 1871 until the outbreak of the First World War. The alliance system offered a platform for aggressive actions to fight as a unitary military. The nations had a lot of confidence because they believed that the alliance system would assist them in times of war (Lindeman, 2012). Nations tried the strength... ...
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Causes of World War I
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...Schlieffen Plan. The guilt plause in this particular situation portrayed Germany and Hungary as being the aggressors, and therefore as those bearing responsibility for hostilities. What this meant was that Germany was responsible for paying all... Causes of World War I: A Critical Review Although there are many different and separate ideals and points of view on what the cause was of World WarI, the basic idea is that World War I was the result of leaders' aggression towards other countries which was then supported by the rising nationalism of the European nations. "Economic and imperial competition and fear of war prompted military alliances and an arms race, which further escalated the tension...
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The Outbreak of World War I
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...Schlieffen plan allegedly designed to counter against the powers like France, Russia and Britain was openly hostile toward the neighbors: in fact, German mobilization was equivalent to war (Taylor, 1969; Steiner, 1977). However, while the importance of the Schlieffen plan as a contributing factor can hardly be questioned, it also seems unreasonable to claim, as some historians do, that 'final, definite responsibility for the outbreak of the war lies with the German plan of mobilization' (Albertini 1952, p. 18). It was only one, though... The Outbreak of World War I 2008 The Outbreak of World War I Introduction Almost a century since the end of World War I, the causes and origins of this overwhelming...
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World War 1
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...Schlieffen Plan. Various scholars claim that the Allies were able to win the war because the Germans did not have adequate food and resources to sustain them in the warfare. Question c: What were the goals and terms of Wilson’s 14 Points and Versailles Treaty? On 8th January, 1918, President Wilson delivered the Fourteen Points speech to a Congress joint session. This speech was meant to declare that the United States was fighting for a moral cause. These fourteen points dwelt on political and territorial issues... World War I Question 3 a: Why was US involved in World War I? When World War I began in 1914, the president of the United States in that period had strictly maintained neutrality. This is...
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The 1848 Revolution, the Second Reich, and the First World War
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...Schlieffen Plan” into action. By 4th August it was clear that there should be war (Fulbrook, 151). Thus, I believe a number of political and social factors within Germany contributed towards the World War I and that it cannot be justified based on any one reason. These included a change in Germany’s foreign policy, the alliance that Germany formed, and the incident which took place in Sarajevo, Bosnia. Works Cited Fulbrook, Mary. A Concise History of Germany. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2004. Print.... The 1848 Revolution, the Second Reich, and the First World War Many significant changes took place in Germany between the Congress of Vienna in 1815 and the end of World War I. Germany was...
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World History Soldier's Journal
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...plan for the military and thus according to that plan one of the Generals of Germany, Alfred von Schlieffen, declared war against both France and Russia. As per the Schlieffen Plan, Germany could not go to combat against only Russia. Consequently, on 3rd of August Germany declared war against France. Moreover the country also sent an ultimatum to Belgium, within which it asked... Journal of a soldier Contents Introduction 3 Road to the World War 3 The War 4 Conclusion 6 Works Cited 8 Introduction I used to be a soldier by profession. I belong to Germany and it’s the time of World War 1. I am 23 years old and I have been conscripted into the battle of the world powers. I am not sure whether it’s my...
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German Defeat in the First World War
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...Schlieffen's plan and a smash to any hopes of a quick victory and therefore a short war. The German force was not prepared for a lengthy war and by eliminating the possibility of a short war the chances... Running head: FIRST WORLD WAR German Defeat in the First World War. Ref: Introduction. The first world war- a rather unnecessary conflict that was fueled by among other reasons, distrust across national boarders, militarism, autocracy, barriers to trade and arms race-was sparked by the Austro-Hungary versus Serbia crisis which culminated in Austro- Hungary starting war against Serbia. This supposedly led to Germany's declaration of war against Russia1. Germany's eagerness to go to war was due to a super...
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History- World War I and World War II
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...Schlieffen plan, the invaded Belgium on August 14, 1914 on their way to France and felt that France would be conquered in less than two months which would give them ample time to launch an offensive against Russia. Russians meanwhile invaded East Prussia while German forces were moving towards France. The fear of defeat by Russia prompted Germany to shift its forces from France to Russia which resulted in severe exhaustion and shortage of supplies. Germany still managed to hold till 1917 when it looked as if Allies might incur heavy losses because Germany was planning to starve Britain into submission. Germany's ill-planned strategies... In my opinion it was the First World War that caused greater impact ...
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...Schlieffen plan did not mean that French politicians and diplomats lacked activity in the summer of 1914; the president, Poincare played the central role in French crisis management and passed laws ending years of distrust and conflicts. Works cited Smith, Leonard V, Stéphane Audoin-Rouzeau, and Annette Becker. France and the Great War, 1914-1918. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2003. Print... Lecturer: Topic: French war culture During the First World War, the Canadian and the French used posters as propaganda devices for the purpose of mobilizing resources such as man power to be recruited into the military and other fund raising purposes. This could have been attributed to the lack of means...
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1.Discuss the various factors leading up to the German defeat in World War I. Be sure to discuss the reasons for and impact of the United States entry into th
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...Schlieffen’s plan and a smash to any hopes of a quick victory and therefore a short war. The German force was not prepared for a lengthy war and by eliminating the possibility of a short war the chances... Running head: FIRST WORLD WAR German Defeat in the First World War. Ref: Introduction. The first world war- arather unnecessary conflict that was fueled by among other reasons, distrust across national boarders, militarism, autocracy, barriers to trade and arms race-was sparked by the Austro-Hungary versus Serbia crisis which culminated in Austro- Hungary starting war against Serbia. This supposedly led to Germany’s declaration of war against Russia1. Germany’s eagerness to go to war was due to a...
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Modern Germany in the span 1648 to the present day
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...Schlieffen Plan for the sake of winning future wars against the French (Solsten pg. 254). This was the plan to be executed in World War I and it failed prompting a stoppage of the invasion into Belgium and France; instead, the troops are pulled towards the East to smash Russia and Germany attacks France on its weakest point a stalemate that costs 1.2 million French and German men dead or severely wounded (Taylor pg. 162). Kaiser is overthrown and all the royal families making Germany become a Weimar Republic. A third Reich is formed in Germany with Hitler as the Chancellor, he destroys all the opposition parties as well... Has Germany been the hammer or the anvil? The year 1648 marked the effective end...
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To what Extent was Imperial Germany the Main Reason for the Outbreak of WWI
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...planned a different strategy than the Schlieffen plan of removing French opposition before the Russian army attacked in the east, or would it not have declared war on France as well? Perhaps a fully blown world war could have been avoided, but most likely, the conflict would still have spread to a European level rather than being confined to the Balkans. Either way, his theory is that Germany is to blame for World War I for committing a strategic error in its military planning. In conclusion, the German government's responsibility... ?To what extent was Imperial Germany the main reason for the outbreak of WWI Background On June 28, 1914, shots from a Serbian assasin’s side arm in Sarajevo instantly...
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World War I
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...Schlieffen became the Chief of the German General Staff in 1891. Between then and 1905 he gradually worked out a plan of what to do in the event of war. This involved marching... THAT GERMANY WAS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE OUTBREAK OF WAR IN 1914 Assess the argument that Germany was responsible for the outbreak of war in 1914 [Writer's Name] [Institution's Name] Assess the argument that Germany was responsible for the outbreak of war in 1914 Introduction This paper shall analyze and discuss the arguments that Germany was responsible for the outbreak of war in 1914. The entire World War one episode began after a key incident. On June 28, 1914, assassination took place in Sarajevo, a Bosnian city. A Serb...
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World History of the 18-19th century
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...Schlieffen plan-German general staffs early 20th century... History 113-World History Exam Questions 1. Definition of key terms i. Authority- Authority refers to the power or right to make decisions, give orders and enforce obedience. ii. Legitimacy- Conforming to law by virtue of being legally authorized. For example the Congress has legitimacy to make laws on behalf of the American people. iii. Sovereignty- Sovereignty refers to the ultimate legitimate authority of a state to govern itself or other states. iv. Intolerable acts- Are the Coercive acts of parliament that were enacted by the British parliament in 1774. v. Macartney Mission- This a name used to refer to the 1973 British Embassy to China. Th...
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The Main Causes of World War I. (Militarism, Alliances Imperialism and Nationalism)
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...Schlieffen Plan, it was unanimously accepted as the plan by the German civilian government. The Russian generals on their part were... ?CAUSES OF WORLD WAR I Causes of World War I The First World War is considered to have been more complicated than the Second World War since it was disorganized and many activities led to its uprising. The major causes of the war are hard to be ascertained. Contrary to World War II whose blame is directed to all parties involved, World War I cannot be directly pointed to one particular cause. The biggest blame however, is placed on Germany for having had staged an attack on Belgium in the year 1914, whilst Britain had promised protection on Belgium. The street...
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The First World War
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...Schlieffen, the then German Army chief was instructed to devise a strategy to counter the growing friendly understanding between France, Britain and Russia. The Schlieffen Plan spelt out how rapid mobilization would enable Germany to defeat France even before Russia could mobilize its forces (Robbins, 1993). The lack of mutual trust in France and Germany further fuelled the possibility of a war. James Joll argues that the "cult of the offensive" and the glorification... The First World War History is replete with many battles and wars. But the First World War was the kind of war which sharply polarized the world community. It was the first big war which saw the use of modern day warfare technology and...
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The Globalization of World Politics
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...schlieffen plan and attacked Belgium in an attempt to invade Paris hence declared war on Germany (Cashman & Robinson, 2007). All these states had an agenda while forming alliances which was to protect their interests... Topic: Lecturer: Presentation: Introduction The world politics is dominated by struggle for power between states each trying to maximise its national interest through balance of power mechanisms (Baylis et al. 2008). According to this realism view, war is a natural condition of world politics. To balance power, states are involved in bargaining and forming alliances that would ensure one state does not dominate the others. The First World War can be attributed to change in...
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Lessons Learned from WWI, WWII and Vietnam War
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...Schlieffen plan to attack... Lessons Learned from WWI, WWII and Vietnam War War is a great catastrophe in human history and to make matters worse, those who do not learn from history are condemned to repeat it. The WWI started as a simple war between Austria-Hungary and Serbia as a result of assassination of crown prince Franz Ferdinand. However, it is the actions of leaders that made it escalate into a full blown war that lasted from 1914 to 1918 entangling the whole world in the process. As if no lessons were learned from this experience, a Second World War broke out from 1939 to 1945. To make matters worse, a Cold War began between two great powers: US and USSR culminating into the Korean War as well ...
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World War 1
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...planned to attack France by entering through Belgium on August 4 1914, as part of the slightly changed version of the Schlieffen Plan, thus bringing into the war the neutral Belgium. However, the German advance through Belgium did not go as smoothly as the Germans had hoped, because the Belgian army put up a good fight, even destroying the railway lines, thereby slowing the transport of German supplies. (historyonthenet.com). British troops... ?World War I From time immemorial people have ‘segregated’ themselves into different territories or kingdoms or nations. In different period of history, certain nations had the motivation to top or 'dominate' other countries, particularly through its armed forces....
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World War I and II
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...schlieffen plan and attacked Belgium in an attempt to invade Paris hence declared war on Germany (Cashman & Robinson, 2007). All these states had an agenda while forming alliances which was to protect their interests and maintain a balance... ? Topic: Lecturer: Presentation: Introduction The world politics is dominated by struggle for power between states each trying to maximise its national interest through balance of power mechanisms (Baylis et al. 2008). According to this realism view, war is a natural condition of world politics. To balance power, states are involved in bargaining and forming alliances that would ensure one state does not dominate the others. The First World War can be attributed to...
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The First World War
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...planned to attack France in the first turn (according to the famous Schlieffen Plan) it could not afford the Russian Empire to mobilise while Austrian forces invaded Serbia. Therefore, on the 1st of August Germany declared war against the Russian Empire while the war against France was declared only two days later. The advance of German troops through the territory of neutral Belgium force Great Britain get involved in the war too. The Ottoman Empire entered... World War One 2007 World War One The First World War was one of the most important turning points in the history of modern civilisation.The enormous military conflict dramatically changed the face of Europe producing seven new states...
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The Origins of First World War
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...Schlieffen, the then German Army chief was instructed to devise a strategy to counter the growing friendly understanding between France, Britain and Russia. The Schlieffen Plan spelt out how rapid mobilization would enable... The Origins of First World War History is replete with many battles and wars. But the First World War was the kind of war which sharply polarized theworld community. It was the first big war which saw the use of modern day warfare technology and strategies in a big way. Large scale use of machine guns, battle tanks, air force power, Gaseous material etc. resulted in millions of casualties in the war. Events prior to World War-I, appear quite intriguing to historians with Sir Winston ...
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To what extent was the involvement of Winston Churchill during the invasion of Gallipoli ultimately responsible for its failure
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...Schlieffen Plan, which was supposed to open the route to Paris in the same way that it had been achieved in 1870, had failed.2 In its place there was the beginning of a war of attrition which promised to be long and difficult, and which used up all the resources of the combatants. Its symbol was to be trench warfare in which thousands of men would die for each disputed inch of ground. Bloody attrition in which the battles would end with hardly any change to the position of the Front. The various High Commands soon realized that this situation could lead to an eventual collapse of soldiers’ morale. They all started to look for ways... 200194 To what extent was the involvement of Winston Churchill...
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Plan
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...plan affiliation Components of the New Hampshire emergency plan The primary purpose of the state emergency plan is to initiate, sustain and coordinate a state response to an emergency or a hazard effectively. Among the purposes of the plan is to develop policies after assessing potential hazards. Secondly, the plan is aimed at coming up with a concept of operation to ensure that there is timely response to save lives or mitigate damage. Third, the plan ensures that it assigns responsibilities and authorities to various members of staff to ensure smooth running of an operation with a well-designed chain of command. Lastly, the plan ensures that it links all... Components of New Hampshire emergency plan...
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Business plan/ organizational plan
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...plan for ‘good health fitness centre’ unit The fitness centre organization plan will tend to give a list of what every member or worker of the fitness centre is required to do. It will list out the work plan, the eminent and daily programs and the growth of the organization as per a given time. The fitness centre will comprise of a managerial section and the workers. The management will be a team of individuals who will be at the helm of the fitness centre. Their work will be executive duties and powers mandated by the owners of the centre to them. Acting in the capacity of share holders. Chief Executive Officer (CEO) There will be the chief executive officer whose work... plan for ‘good health...
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Marketing plan/Business Plan
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...PLAN BY YOU YOUR SCHOOL INFO HERE HERE Marketing Plan for 911 Health Care Services Corporation Mission The mission of 911 Health Care Service Corporation is to provide an efficient method for delivering pertinent medical information in emergency situations. The goal is the production of a secure product that ensures identity protection of patients, using innovative technologies to reduce this risk. 2. Products and Services The product being launched is a handheld retinal scanning device that uses laser technology to instantly recognize the patient, offering hospitals, emergency crews and other clinical staff members an instantaneous patient profile... 911 Health Care Services Corporation MARKETING PLAN...
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Business plan
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...Plan Business Plan A business plan is a formal ment containing set goals, a plan on how to attain them, and the reasons for the belief that they will be attained. Preparation of business plan is crucial when buying, starting, financing or refinancing a business. An efficient business plan acts as a blueprint for running an efficient business. According to Chwolka and Raith (2012), a business plan is not an option for those planning to maximize business strategies for future growth. Business plans help in channeling time, money and energy in a focused direction that ensures success. Efficient planning of business activities helps in the determination of the most efficient way of allocating... Business...
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Marshall Plan
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...plan was to Western... Introduction After the second world, war, Western Europe recorded one of the most astonishing economic recoveries in history. This was because the region moved from a period of turmoil and crisis during the war to booming economies afterwards. There were a number of occurrences that could have explained this rapid economic transition. Some people assert that it was as a result of the macroeconomic policies adopted by those respective countries. Others believe that the miracle was due to growing industries such as steel and coal. On the other hand others believe that international efforts played a significant role. The purpose of this essay is to examine how relevant the Marshall...
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Security Plan
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...PLAN Stage 5: Security Plan Affiliation Table of Contents Purpose 3 Scope 4 Target Application Identification and Description 5 Security Issues: 5 Target Application 6 Plan Owner Contact Information 7 Enterprise Architecture/Infrastructure That Supports the Application 7 Organizational Roles and Responsibilities 10 Director or CEO of the Organization: 10 Incident Response Point of Contact: 10 Security Plan Owner: 10 End User: 11 Security Requirements 11 Security Solutions 12 Security Controls 13 Plan Maintenance 14 Plan Approval 14 Well-Health Executive 15 References 15 Elemental Cyber Security, Inc. (2011). Elemental Security and Information Security Policy. Retrieved December 20... STAGE 5: SECURITY...
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BUSINESS PLAN
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...Plan Business Plan A business plan is similar to a blue print of what a new business or what an already existing business plans to do and attain in the near future. A business plan is a tool that represents the strategic plan of a business and comprises of essential elements such as the mission of the company and where the company wants to see itself in near future (Cartin, 1999). It even depicts the strategic options that the organization is going to pursue out of the several options in order to attain success in future. These strategic options range from diversification to expansion (Bowhill, 2008). The business plan contains financial details of the operations of the company... that the...
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Lesson plan
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...plan A lesson plan is not a document that dictates the whole room scenario but one that give guidanceon how to accomplish teaching goals and learners objective. It is there important for a lesson plan to consider that learners are diverse. Technology in education sector has enabled application of better ideas to create conducive learning environment for students with diverse needs. Technology is integrated in the curriculum to ensure cognitive development of diverse learners is considered. This essay provides a summary of a lesson plan that embraces technology. A lesson plan that embrace technology undergoes through five phases namely, familiarization, utilization, integration... Lesson plan A...
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Lesson plan
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...Plan Lesson Plan Learning process is often regulated and monitored through a lesson plan. The lesson plan provides self-regulation towards controlling, monitoring, and regulation student’s learning. Moreover, a pathway or guideline evaluates consequent actions that help in controlling resources in order to provide efficient learning (Teacher Created Resources, Inc., 2006). Additionally, a well-articulated lesson plan allows the student to master the learning process and control their learning. Therefore, lesson plan should cater for the learning needs of all students in the class. My lesson plan is divided into different levels of learning aims at effective and continual understanding... of...
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Marshall Plan
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...Plan. The Marshall plan which was officially known as the European Recovery Program(ERP)was an initiative developed by America at the end of WWII whose aim was to help the European economies to recover hence overcoming the soviet communism which threatened to take over(DeCONDE, 2002, p95) The allied powers had bombed and leveled whole cities and the Germans had efficiently destroyed all cities which they had previously occupied, an American diplomat described it as “ the odor of death was everywhere,” there was no shelter available to the large masses of survivors of war and farmlands and crops despoiled with massive livestock deaths and slaughters. The WWII also produced... Paper on the Marshall...
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Financial Plan
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...PLAN FINANCIAL PLAN (Your (Your (Year) Table of contents Item Page Introduction 3 A. Other sections of the business plan 3 i. Business description 4 ii. Mission and Vision of the business 4 iii. Goals and objectives of the business 4 iv. Market analysis 5 v. Competitor analysis 5 vi. Industry analysis 6 vii. Product offering and marketing plan 6 viii. Operational plan 6 ix. Organizational structure 7 x. Implementation plan 7 B. Financial plan 8 i. Start up costs estimates and financing 8 ii. Sales projections 9 iii. Assumptions made in revenue and costs estimates 9 iv. Projected income statement 10 v. The projected balance sheet 11 vi. The statement of cash flows 11 vii. Break even... ?FINANCIAL PLAN...
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Procurement Plan
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...Plan Procurement Plan [Name] [University] Procurement Plan Project Management, as a whole is process which comprises of different components together to form a collective project management cycle. Typically, there are always two approaches to the project management. One approach is that of project management cycle whereas another is project life cycle. Project life cycle deals with completion of the project by performing and completing certain activities. Procurement is one such activity which is one of the sensitive activities... Running Head: Procurement Plan...
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HR Plan
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...Plan al Affiliation Human Resource (HR) Plan Strategic human resource planning entails the simulation and programming for given competencies, skills and talents to occupy various designated jobs in an organization. Such a program should always be carried out with a proper arrangement to ensure effectiveness in the implementation phase. At Samsung, there are already in place extensive organizational structures and management personnel that occupy designated jobs (Chang, 2012). Nevertheless, the human resource function in all organizations always carries out evaluations and appraisal to meet immediate pressing demands as well as remain relevant for the long term. Samsung Company... Human Resource (HR) Plan ...
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Incentive Plan
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...Plan & The Humanistic Era This report assesses the relationship of the Boeing employee incentive (compensation) program to the foundational aspects of Humanistic Era. The Humanistic Era (the human resources era) is a timeline where management theories were created following the Classical Era. These theories that are directed at the employee and organization achieving productivity through organizational groups while encouraging a higher level of employee personal satisfaction while doing so (Owens & Shakeshaft, 1992; Shepard, 2011). The aspects to be assessed from this era include and are defined as group cohesion - individuals stick together as a part of a group or team... ? – Boeing Employee Incentive...
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Strategic Plan
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...Plan for Paulo Freire Charter School The comprehensive process of strategic management is a crucial phase in the establishment of procedures which guide an organization towards the achievement of its objectives and goals. Event though, business analysts believe that the application of certain measures of planning in this regard is valuable in yielding desired results regardless of the industry or the nature of the business, it is understood that strategic planning and implementation in the field of educational management requires the submission of distinct procedures which can assist the effective functioning of the institution. Davies and Ellison (2013) note that while most educational... ? Strategic...
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Lesson plan
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...Plan Lesson Plan Lesson Plan Philosophy of special education: Lesson plan in differentiation Differentiated instruction is a special education philosophy which involves the provision of students with different avenues to help them in the acquisition of content and make sense from ideas and for them to learn effectively regardless of the differences in their learning abilities. Differentiation is vital in special education as different students have different gifts and differentiation should therefore be included in the lesson plan. In the lesson plan, the differentiator in the special education should show how to determine the concept mastery of each student may through role play... Running Head: Lesson...
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Marketing plan
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...Plan for A Catering Company Marketing Plan of A Catering Company Marketing Strategy The marketing plan aims to make the catering business popular within the area of its location and familiar in its target market. The marketing plan features different strategies such as advertising campaigns for the kind of services offered by the proposed company. The advertisement is possible through the media and the internet like the social networking platforms. Mission The mission is to provide exceptional catering services attract new and maintain existing customers. Marketing Objectives The following are the company’s objectives; a) To maintain a positive and steady growth of the venture during... Marketing Plan...
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Marketing Plan
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...plan for Jade Perfumes Due Executive Summary According to Fisher, Pride and Miller (2005), retail isalways a one on one business with a customer or end user. This two-year marketing plan for Jade Perfume Shop is a creation of its two founders (Brian and Jacob) to secure additional financial support for the establishment, growth and expansion and to inform the investors of its status and direction. Although Jade is yet to be launched, the shop prospects greater-than-anticipated demand for its perfumes, and the survey research as indicated that the target market of perfume customers would like to buy from trusted retailers. The prospected customers are also interested in perfumes... from...
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Incentive plan
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...Plan Evaluation at XYZ Industries Introduction: Employees are considered to be one of the most important assets of an organizationand keeping them happy and motivated is essential for effective performance of tasks and duties. This paper provides an incentive plan implemented in January 2010 in XYZ industries, a privately held corporation engaged in the manufacture and sales of high quality intravenous (IV) blood bags. The company was started in 2002 and had a steady growth with its markets (hospitals and blood banks) in the Northern United States. A review of its successes and failures will also be done at the end. Brief details of the company: Ownership – private Number... of...
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Action Plan
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...plan in order to improve their skills and capabilities. My professional goal is to become a manager of a corporation. To achieve that goal I am studying business administration. Along with the knowledge that I am gaining in the classroom setting I have to create a plan that will help me improve my capabilities. A skill set that all managers need to succeed in the workplace is excellent communication skills. Communication skills are divided into verbal and written skills. The manager position is responsible for the well being of the employees and the enterprise as a whole. Exposure to verbal presentations in front of a group can help me improve my communication... ? It is important for to develop a plan...
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Strategic Plan
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...PLAN TO CONTROL WORKPLACE STF due Executive summary Slips, trips, and falls (STF) in the workplace is the number cause of major injuries. Examples of major injuries brought about by STF include muscular skeletal disorders and or falls from height. Majority of STF incidents are avoidable by proper risk assessment and management control. Rudd Corporation is a small manufacturing company that deals with the manufacture of automotive and heavy machinery parts. The company suffers vastly due to lack of effective preventive maintenance; resulting to machine breakdowns and lack of proper production within the affected departments. In the year 2009, the company employees experienced several... ? STRATEGIC PLAN...
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Retirement Plan
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...plan A retirement plan is a financial plan to save up enough money for use after retirement. It aims to give individuals a steady source of income while they no longer work. It can be in form of assets or money. There are different types of retirement plans namely; company retirement plan for example the 401 (k) plans, individual retirement accounts (IRAs) and registered retirement savings plans (RRSP). Company retirement plans are savings made by employees using their companies’ pension schemes. Deduction of a certain percentage of the employees’ monthly salary goes to the pension saving scheme. The deduction is automatic and can only be withdrawn once an employee retires... College Retirement plan A...
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Communications Plan
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...Plan” Darnet Cunningham Davenport MGMT 535 Beverly Pierce November, 26th The proposed timeline for communication is two month. The goals, objectives, tools and audiences will be identified in a manner that will help the communication plan to be accomplished within a period of two month. The result of this plan will be evaluated on a weekly basis and will take the form of weekly reports and formalized reports for presentation. A period of two month is enough to educate people on the side effects of smoking whether direct cigarette and tobacco smoking or environmental exposure of tobacco to the non-smokers. A two month period is enough to present the audience with enough examples... ? “Communication Plan”...
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...Plan Letter of Transmittal Dear sir/madam, Enclosed is the business plan for the company’s proposal to incorporate information technology to the marketing platforms available. The company, Techmark Limited, will focus on improving the current marketing strategies adopted by organizations. As the name suggests, Techmark Limited will provide marketing services based on a technological background. The rising need for advanced marketing strategies requires that marketing processes be integrated with information technology. The main points of concern for the business plan are: How to incorporate information technology into different marketing platforms, How to ensure that information...  Business Plan ...
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