Describe the QUALITY OF the PRIMARY ORGANIZATION’S RELATIONSHIP with those publics & stakeholders.

I am doing a group presentation on the Rebrand of the Green M&M and how it could be a potential cover up for the child slavery in cacao production near the Ivory Coast
I will also attach chapter 2 in a bit.
My assigned slides are:
1. What KEY PUBLICS & STAKEHOLDERS does the case involve?
2. Describe the QUALITY OF the PRIMARY ORGANIZATION’S RELATIONSHIP with those publics & stakeholders.
3. Describe the COMMUNICATION TACTICS the PRIMARY ORGANIZATION employed.
Face to face tactics:
organizational media tactics:
news media tactics: advertising/promotional media tactics:

Describe the QUALITY OF the PRIMARY ORGANIZATION’S RELATIONSHIP with those publics & stakeholders.

I am doing a group presentation on the Rebrand of the Green M&M and how it could be a potential cover up for the child slavery in cacao production near the Ivory Coast
I will also attach chapter 2 in a bit.
My assigned slides are:
1. What KEY PUBLICS & STAKEHOLDERS does the case involve?
2. Describe the QUALITY OF the PRIMARY ORGANIZATION’S RELATIONSHIP with those publics & stakeholders.
3. Describe the COMMUNICATION TACTICS the PRIMARY ORGANIZATION employed.
Face to face tactics:
organizational media tactics:
news media tactics: advertising/promotional media tactics:

How can we characterise the fairness of an algorithm, and how can ‘unfair’ or ‘biased’ algorithms cause harm through the decisions they make?

Essay question: How can we characterise the fairness of an algorithm, and how can ‘unfair’ or ‘biased’ algorithms cause harm through the decisions they make? Discuss with reference to one or more case studies.
-Use the sources i provided
-Explain relevant key words in the introduction to define the essay question
Sources
– in the files section
– https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/pdf/10.1177/1461444816676645
– https://www.propublica.org/article/machine-bias-risk-assessments-in-criminal-sentencing

How can we characterise the fairness of an algorithm, and how can ‘unfair’ or ‘biased’ algorithms cause harm through the decisions they make?

Essay question: How can we characterise the fairness of an algorithm, and how can ‘unfair’ or ‘biased’ algorithms cause harm through the decisions they make? Discuss with reference to one or more case studies.
-Use the sources i provided
-Explain relevant key words in the introduction to define the essay question
Sources
– in the files section
– https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/pdf/10.1177/1461444816676645
– https://www.propublica.org/article/machine-bias-risk-assessments-in-criminal-sentencing

Social Exchange Theory

Film: The great Hack
Name of The Company: Cambridge Analytica
Introduction:
The Great Hack is a documentary on the use of personal data in election campaigns on social media. Much of it was recounted through allusions to Brittany Kaiser, a Cambridge Analytica employee, and David Carroll, a lawyer who was fighting for personal data rights.
The tremendous potential of social media to connect people is now being used to manipulate individuals. Personal information is utilized to target groups of potential voters with visually appealing content that may be approved and shared, making it more difficult to trace back to its source.
Task:
Use the following theories to analyze the case study:
Social Exchange Theory- The theories will add to the aspects provided by the social exchange theory, which will help us better explain the relationship presented in our group’s upcoming case study.
Organizational identification and control- In the instance of CA data on friends and friends of friends, data was acquired on persons who had not even engaged in the behavior that prompted the data scrape. The data is used to infer attitudes and personality structures, which are then used to feed information to those individuals that is tailored particularly to the inferred personality structure, with opposing information being excluded.

Social Exchange Theory

Film: The great Hack
Name of The Company: Cambridge Analytica
Introduction:
The Great Hack is a documentary on the use of personal data in election campaigns on social media. Much of it was recounted through allusions to Brittany Kaiser, a Cambridge Analytica employee, and David Carroll, a lawyer who was fighting for personal data rights.
The tremendous potential of social media to connect people is now being used to manipulate individuals. Personal information is utilized to target groups of potential voters with visually appealing content that may be approved and shared, making it more difficult to trace back to its source.
Task:
Use the following theories to analyze the case study:
Social Exchange Theory- The theories will add to the aspects provided by the social exchange theory, which will help us better explain the relationship presented in our group’s upcoming case study.
Organizational identification and control- In the instance of CA data on friends and friends of friends, data was acquired on persons who had not even engaged in the behavior that prompted the data scrape. The data is used to infer attitudes and personality structures, which are then used to feed information to those individuals that is tailored particularly to the inferred personality structure, with opposing information being excluded.

Describe the change to technology or personnel that requires your team’s buy-in.

Scenario: Your company is introducing a change to technology or personnel that will affect your team’s working environment. You are tasked with gaining buy-in from your team, as well as learning if they have any objections to this change.You already know that certain team members have strong opinions about the change and are not going to agree with each other. You call the team together for a meeting.
Considering the course materials for this week, answer the following:
Describe the change to technology or personnel that requires your team’s buy-in.
How will you account for differences in your team’s personality types? In your answer, refer to your results from the DiSC assessment you took in Week 1 of JWI 510: Leadership in the 21st Century.
What will you do to assure your team members that they have a voice and are free to challenge each other’s input?
How will you align your team around the final decision, even if some members disagree with it?
Post your initial response by Wednesday, midnight of your time zone, and reply to at least 2 of your classmates’ initial posts by Sunday, midnight of your time zone.​

Describe the change to technology or personnel that requires your team’s buy-in.

Scenario: Your company is introducing a change to technology or personnel that will affect your team’s working environment. You are tasked with gaining buy-in from your team, as well as learning if they have any objections to this change.You already know that certain team members have strong opinions about the change and are not going to agree with each other. You call the team together for a meeting.
Considering the course materials for this week, answer the following:
Describe the change to technology or personnel that requires your team’s buy-in.
How will you account for differences in your team’s personality types? In your answer, refer to your results from the DiSC assessment you took in Week 1 of JWI 510: Leadership in the 21st Century.
What will you do to assure your team members that they have a voice and are free to challenge each other’s input?
How will you align your team around the final decision, even if some members disagree with it?
Post your initial response by Wednesday, midnight of your time zone, and reply to at least 2 of your classmates’ initial posts by Sunday, midnight of your time zone.​

Ubiquitous computing concepts and their application to current technology

Please write a short paper (minimum length: 300 words) reflecting on what you learned from our COMM3545 course this semester.
Focus on concepts or ideas that you found intellectually stimulating and challenging (e.g., design principles, cognitive/social/affective aspects of HCI, different types of interfaces, ubiquitous computing concepts and their application to current technology, inclusive design, etc.).
Reflect on something that helped expand your prior understanding/knowledge and/or something you enjoyed learning about.
Discuss how it has advanced your understanding of HCI and UX and how you could apply it to academic, personal, and/or professional contexts.
Format the concept/idea(s) you write about in bold.
*More specific instructions for you:
1. You are more than welcome to write about more than one concept/idea.
2. Please indicate word count information at the end of your paper.
3. Format-wise, both single spacing and double spacing are accepted.
4. A list of references is not required for this assignment. However, clearly indicate which concept/idea(s) you are writing about and which course reading (or which chapter of the textbook) presents the concept/idea(s).
5. Don’t forget to format your focal concept/idea(s) in bold!

Ubiquitous computing concepts and their application to current technology

Please write a short paper (minimum length: 300 words) reflecting on what you learned from our COMM3545 course this semester.
Focus on concepts or ideas that you found intellectually stimulating and challenging (e.g., design principles, cognitive/social/affective aspects of HCI, different types of interfaces, ubiquitous computing concepts and their application to current technology, inclusive design, etc.).
Reflect on something that helped expand your prior understanding/knowledge and/or something you enjoyed learning about.
Discuss how it has advanced your understanding of HCI and UX and how you could apply it to academic, personal, and/or professional contexts.
Format the concept/idea(s) you write about in bold.
*More specific instructions for you:
1. You are more than welcome to write about more than one concept/idea.
2. Please indicate word count information at the end of your paper.
3. Format-wise, both single spacing and double spacing are accepted.
4. A list of references is not required for this assignment. However, clearly indicate which concept/idea(s) you are writing about and which course reading (or which chapter of the textbook) presents the concept/idea(s).
5. Don’t forget to format your focal concept/idea(s) in bold!