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You read about cloud computing in Chapter 3 of the course text, which discussed

You read about cloud computing in Chapter 3 of the course text, which discussed cloud computing as it applies to all types of applications. What are the specific advantages and disadvantages of cloud computing for enterprise resource planning (ERP)? Dr. Patterson, our guest speaker, spoke about the benefit of using global standards in Week Four Network Technology Development Approaches (Links to an external site.). Would using global standards be good when integrating cloud computing in the organization? Why or why not?

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There is no need of extension on this part ( this part is currently 1064 words, I have added a bit)
Introduction………………………………………………………………………………………..4
Critical Analysis……………………………………………………………………………………4
Company Activities……………………………………………………………………….4
Company Structure………………………………………………………………………..4
Corporate Governance…………………………………………………………………….5
Vision, Mission and Strategy .……………………………………………………………5
We need to extend this part. (it is currently 1420 words and we need to work on this part (so that it can fully meet the requirements of this coursework) and we need to add part B as required in the handout and all have to be 5500 words so I have to order about 3000 more words.
Financial Performance…………………………………………………………………………….6
Ratio Analysis……………………………………………………………………………..6
Risk Profile………………………………………………………………………………..7
Capital Structure…………………………………………………………………………..8
Company Prospects and Valuation………………………………………………………………..9
Dividend Policy………………………………………………………………………… 10
Dividend Discount Model……………………………………………………………… 11
Conclusion……………………………………………………………………………………….12
Corporate Financial Management
Coursework Handout
LEARNING OUTCOMES
Upon completion of this piece of coursework, a student will be able to:
∙ LO1: Perform necessary calculations to facilitate managerial decisions
∙ LO2: Evaluate the importance of risk factors in making investment decisions
∙ LO3: Interpret firm valuation and capital structure decisions
∙ LO4: Develop extensive knowledge related to financial and investment decisions of firms ∙ LO5: Critically synthesize the academic literature
∙ LO6: Implement capital budgeting techniques
ASSESSMENT CRITERIA
▪ High ability in performing the necessary calculations
▪ High standard of critical thinking
▪ High presentation standard
▪ High ability in evaluating the importance of risk factors in making investment decisions ▪ Good standard in analyzing the relevant literature
▪ High ability in implementing and understanding valuation and capital budgeting techniques
DETAILED DESCRIPTION
The coursework consists of two individual and unrelated parts.
Part A (80% of the final mark)
Choosing a firm of your choice proceed with a complete valuation and recommendation report in which you are expected to analyse the scope and performance of the business model of the firm. Based on the analysis, you are expected to conclude with your estimation of the fair value of the firm and the
suggestion whether the firm may be a profitable choice for investment or not. A complete report is expected to include at least the issues of:
(a) A brief description of the company (i.e. activities, structure, corporate governance etc.) (b) Financial performance
(c) Risk profile
(d) Optimality of capital structure choices
(e) Dividend policy
(f) Prospects and fair valuation of the firm using a valuation model (i.e. a dividend or a cash flow discount model)
Part B (20% of the final mark)
Assume that Tyres Inc., a fictional subsidiary of the aforementioned firm, is considering proceeding with a new investment. That is to produce and market a new type of tyre called SuperTyre.
As a financial analyst, you have been asked by your CFO to evaluate the SuperTyre project and provide a recommendation on whether to go ahead with the investment. Except for the initial investment that will occur immediately (at year 0), assume all cash flows will occur at year-end.
Tyres Inc. must initially invest € 400 million in production equipment to make the SuperTyre. This equipment would be sold for €50 million at the end of four years. Tyres Inc. intends to sell the SuperTyre to two distinct markets:
1. The original equipment manufacturer (OEM) market: The OEM market consists primarily of the large automobile companies (like General Motors) that buy tyres for new cars. In the OEM market, the SuperTyre is expected to sell for €40 per tyre. The variable cost to produce each tyre is €15.
2. The replacement market: The replacement market consists of all tyres purchased after the automobile has left the factory. This market allows higher margins; Tyres Inc. expects to sell the SuperTyre for €45 per tyre there. Variable costs are the same as in the OEM market.
Tyres Inc. intends to raise prices at 4% per year; variable costs will also increase at 4% per year. In addition, the SuperTyre project will incur €30 million in marketing and general administration costs the first year. This cost is expected to increase at 3% in the subsequent years. Tyres Inc. corporate tax rate is 40%. The company uses a 12% discount rate to evaluate new product decisions.
Automotive industry analysts expect automobile manufacturers to produce 6 million new cars this year and production to grow at 1.5% per year thereafter. Each new car needs four tyres (the spare tyres are undersized and are in a different category). Tyres Inc. expects the SuperTyre to capture 25% of the OEM market. Industry analysts estimate that the replacement tyre markets will be 10 million tyres this year and that it will grow at 2% annually. Tyres Inc. expects the SuperTyre to capture a 15% market share of the replacement market. The appropriate depreciation schedule for the equipment is straight line and the investment will be fully depreciated during the four years period.
You are required:
a) to estimate the NPV and IRR on this project and decide whether to make the investment or not. b) to re-estimate the profitability of the project by estimating the expected NPV under three different scenarios: The average scenario you estimated in part (a) above, that has 40% probability to be materialized, the optimistic one (30% probability to be materialized), in which the company expects to capture 30% of the OEM market and 20% of the replacement market, and the pessimistic scenario (30% probability) in which the company expects to capture 15% of the OEM market and 10% of the replacement market.

Assignment 2: Board Brief Part B – Data Analysis (MEDSTAR HEALTH;EMRs) OVERVIEW:

Assignment 2: Board Brief Part B – Data Analysis (MEDSTAR HEALTH;EMRs)
OVERVIEW:
The second part of your Board Brief picks up where the last one left off. Having accurately framed the core problem/opportunity in Assignment 1 (SEE ATTACHED), you will now turn your attention to collecting, organizing, and analyzing the data you are using to test your hypothesis. You are not yet ready to propose a specific action plan for your business. You will focus on evaluating what data you have and don’t have, and on identifying patterns, trends, and anomalies. Because you can never have complete data, your analysis must acknowledge what you know and what you don’t know. But, even with incomplete data, your actions must be reasonable given the time frame and resources you have. Those actions – your strategic plan – will be developed in Assignment 3.
INSTRUCTIONS:
For this assignment, you will build on your first assignment by including an additional 3 to 4 pages to present your analysis of the data. Your submission must include the work you did in Assignment 1 and must provide relevant and quantifiable data, models, calculations, and analysis. Use the topics below to organize this section of your Board Brief:
1. Data Sources and Reliability
a. What data were the most critical to the analysis of the problem/opportunity you identified in Assignment 1? Explain.
b. What sources did you use to gather the data?
c. How reliable and complete are the data you are using? What steps did you take to validate this?
d. What data are unknown (or unknowable) at this stage? How does this impact your analysis?
2. Data Tools and Analysis
a. Drawing from the “Types of Analysis” guide and other resources from the course, what tools
and techniques have you used in your analysis? Why did you select these?
b. Applying the analysis tools to your selected data, what patterns, trends, and anomalies did
you uncover?
c. How do these patterns, trends, and anomalies shed light on the problem/opportunity you
identified?
d. Leveraging your work in the Discussion Questions and the guidance from our course
materials, include charts, tables, and/or other visual supports to ensure that your data tells a
clear story that your reader can easily understand.
3. Conclusion and Action Items
a. What does your analysis tell you about where you should focus your efforts to drive meaningful improvement?
FORMATTING AND SUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS
NOTE: USE THE BOARD BRIEF CHECKLIST IN THE COURSE SHELL TO HELP GUIDE YOUR WORK. AS YOU COMPLETE EACH OF THE THREE ASSIGNMENTS, YOU WILL ADD IT TO THE PREVIOUS ASSIGNMENT(S), SO THAT BY THE END OF ASSIGNMENT 3, YOU WILL HAVE CREATED A SINGLE DOCUMENT FOR YOUR ENTIRE BOARD BRIEF (SEE ATTACHED)
• Submit your work in Word
• Include a cover page containing the title of the assignment, your name, your professor’s name, and
the course title and date
• Include a references page with your sources
• The cover page and the references page are not included in the required page length
• Use professional font (Times New Roman or Arial), 10-12 font size, and double-space
• Headings are used to identify main topics and subtopics
• Paragraphs are separated by a single space

Write Journal Entry # 5 on how do you usually evaluate sources versus what you l

Write Journal Entry # 5 on how do you usually evaluate sources versus what you learned in the assigned reading about evaluating sources (Book – Writing that works only source to be use for this assignment-see attachments)
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Discipline: ENW – Business Writing

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Use the approved/attached bullet point outline and references to complete this narrative assignment.
The body of the document will include:
 Introductory paragraph
 Diagram showing all elements of the framework and flow of action and information. The research framework diagram should allow the reader to ‘see’ the problem and its outcomes. The diagram should show 1) the inputs (constructs or variables) and how they relate to the actors, 2) how action/information/influence flows between the actors, 3) how the actors are
influenced by concepts and theories, and 4) how the outputs (constructs) are determined. Additional research on Conceptual Frameworks and Theoretical Frameworks will provide a better understanding of this important part of the research project.
 Concepts – The concepts (i.e. higher productivity is related to higher job satisfaction) that are related to your research study. Use sub-points for each concept. Start with a descriptor and then discuss the concept.
 Theories – The formal theories (i.e. Maslow’s Motivational Theory, Transformational Leadership Theory, etc.) that are related to your research study. Use sub-points for each theory. Start with the name of the theory and then discuss it.
 Actors – The people groups (i.e. leaders, followers, accountants, etc.) or organizations that are related to your research study. Start with a descriptor and then discuss the actor.
 Constructs– The constructs found in your research study (i.e. leadership style, intrinsic motivation, etc.) Start with a descriptor and then discuss the construct.
 Relationship Between Concepts, Theories, Actors, and Constructs – Detailed discussion of the interaction and flow of information and action between the elements of the research framework.
 Summary
 Reference list

Review the article, Assessment of Business Subsidiary Operations and Consolidate

Review the article, Assessment of Business Subsidiary Operations and Consolidated Financial Statements Through a Common Global Accounting Language, IFRS vs. GAAP.
https://thejournalofbusiness.org/index.php/site/article/view/746
Despite major efforts by the Financial Accounting Standard Board (FASB) and the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB), significant differences remain between accounting practices in the United States and the rest of the world such as Historical Cost vs Fair Market Value. Describe the advantages and disadvantages that this difference can create between American- and European-based companies.

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WEEK #9
Response #1
Please click on the link below and watch the short video.

What is your response to the video? Does this show that ethnocentrism is practiced today?
How does a company counter these beliefs?
Response #2
Japan or Germany Business Etiquette
1. Knowing what we do at this point, which Etiquette would Mystique Cosmetics transition more effectively to?