Instructional material is designed on a reading level that students can comprehend.

From the e-Activity, examine the two (2) versions of the paragraph created. Distinguish the changes and the possible impact of the changes on the students. Select one (1) of the small-group formats discussed in the textbook. Provide one (1) example that depicts the benefits that the learning audience gained from the selected small-group format. Determine a situation when the selected small-group format would not be effective and propose an alternate small-group format that would be more appropriate. Provide a rationale for your recommendation.

Week 4 eActivity Instructional material is designed on a reading level that students can comprehend. The Flesch-Kincaid Grade Level index determines the reading complexity between different passages equivalent with grade levels (K-12). Go to Educational Technology Clearinghouse’s Website and review frequently asked questions about the Flesch-Kincaid Grade Level index, located at etc.usf.edu/lit2go/welcome/faq/. Write a paragraph intended for a fifth-grade level workbook using heuristics for developing instruction. Go to https://readability-score.com/text/ and check the Flesch-Kincaid Grade Level index of your paragraph by pasting the paragraph content into the “test to score” box. Revise the paragraph if it is not on a fifth-grade level. Keep both versions. Be prepared to discuss in the discussion thread forum.

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A Maverick CEO Explains How He Persuaded His Team to Leap Into the Future,”

Preparation Read Nayar’s 2010 article, “A Maverick CEO Explains How He Persuaded His Team to Leap Into the Future,” which is listed in the Resources under the Required Resources heading. Search for the article by clicking the linked title and following the instructions in the Library Guide.

In this reading you will be introduced to Vineet Nayar, former CEO of HCLT. Nayar’s article details his work before 2010. Many of his practices were effective for his time, place, industry, situation, et cetera. As we know, change is a part of our current and future global environment. Consider what global factors have changed since Nayar wrote the article and how innovative leaders have had to adapt.

Deliverable Consider Nayar’s approaches to introducing innovation at HCLT, and develop an analysis that addresses the following:

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effective for his time, place, industry, situation, et cetera. As we know, change is a part of our current and future global environment

Preparation Read Nayar’s 2010 article, “A Maverick CEO Explains How He Persuaded His Team to Leap Into the Future,” which is listed in the Resources under the Required Resources heading. Search for the article by clicking the linked title and following the instructions in the Library Guide.

In this reading you will be introduced to Vineet Nayar, former CEO of HCLT. Nayar’s article details his work before 2010. Many of his practices were effective for his time, place, industry, situation, et cetera. As we know, change is a part of our current and future global environment. Consider what global factors have changed since Nayar wrote the article and how innovative leaders have had to adapt.

Deliverable Consider Nayar’s approaches to introducing innovation at HCLT, and develop an analysis that addresses the following:

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Clearly define the problem to be researched, and the author’s authors/researcher’s purpose or objective(s) for the article or research

Introduction/ Problem and Purpose: Clearly define the problem to be researched, and the author’s authors/researcher’s purpose or objective(s) for the article or research; what he/she is attempting to accomplish; and what specific research questions are being addressed. Hypothesis (es), if stated, should be paraphrased.

Method: State clearly the methodological procedures used by the researcher(s) to collect data indicating participants, i.e., the gender, age, and number of persons studied, procedure and instruments employed to gather and analyze information.

Findings/Results: Succinctly state what the researcher(s) discovered revealed, uncovered or found as a result of their investigation. This information is usually found under the article’s subheading of finds and results.

Discussion: Review the investigator’s intent/purpose of the study and provide an overview of how the central or major elements, variables or hypotheses were reached or handled. This section responds to the “so what?” in reference to the findings/results.

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Coriolis Effect Air masses The greenhouse effect Dryland Climates Demographic

Define and explain, using at least 5 on-task bullet notes for each. Perceptual of vernacular regions Map projections Age sex pyramid Continental drift Tsunami The Coriolis Effect Air masses The greenhouse effect Dryland Climates Demographic Transition Five shapes of states – prorupt, elongated, compact, fragmented, perforated Birth rates Acculturation Boundaries as sources of conflict Devolution European Union Centripetal forces in state cohesion Ethnicity and ethnic diversity Koppen climate classification Remote sensing

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High Quality Healthcare

•Read the case study titled “High Quality Healthcare: A Case of Cost and Quality,”. Next, devise a plan to assess the current challenges facing the hospital. Recommend a sequence for improvement (i.e., testing, implementing, and diffusing). Speculate on the significant ways that collaboration and the creation of synergies among various stakeholders will improve reimbursement and positively impact the hospital’s financial position

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How has the prevalence of information technology led to changes in cybercrimes against persons?

Create a 7- to 10-slide Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation with detailed speaker notes. Use complete sentences, with correct grammar and punctuation, to fully explain each slide as if you were giving an in-person presentation.

Include the following in your presentation:

• How has the prevalence of information technology led to changes in cybercrimes against persons? Provide specific examples. • What technologically advanced equipment is used to prevent and investigate cybercrimes against persons? Provide specific examples.

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identify a change that you implemented or was implemented at an organization with which you are familiar

“Change and Culture”

Please respond to one (1) of the following:

Read the article titled “Habits as Change Levers”. Reflecting on step eight (8), Institutionalize the Change, identify a change that you implemented or was implemented at an organization with which you are familiar. What impact does an organization’s corporate culture have on maintaining and sustaining change? What steps need to be taken to make ensure that a newly implemented change becomes part of the organizational culture? Read the article titled “Sustaining Change in Manufacturing Companies”. Next, review the list of eleven (11) factors which impact the sustainability of change. Reflect on a change that you implemented or was implemented at an organization with which you are familiar that was not sustainable. Comment on the factors of sustaining change that were not included in the change process. How would you address the key factors which the organization missed and ultimately lead to the change being reversed?

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developing an action plan for each step. Use a tablet, smartphone, laptop, desktop, or traditional video recorder to record a maximum

Using the company that your instructor previously approved, apply Kotter’s eight (8) steps of change management to an HR situation you have selected for change. You will address all eight (8) of the Kotter steps, developing an action plan for each step. Use a tablet, smartphone, laptop, desktop, or traditional video recorder to record a maximum of a five to seven (5-7) minute dynamic video on the topics detailed below. Alternatively, you may submit a four to six (4-6) page paper instead of the video submission.

Note: If you are using a tablet or smartphone you will need to email the video file to yourself, then save it to a computer in order to upload to Blackboard. You may want to upload your video to a file sharing service, such as Dropbox, if your email will not let you send a large video file. Dropbox is accessible from all smartphones and tablets from the Dropbox app.

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The CEO exercised a life of semi-retirement; he was either on vacation or on the golf course most of the time

Each scenario requires a 1-page minimum response.

Assignment 1: CCE’s Extinction Continental Communications Enterprises (CCE) was a computerized communications company that had been in business for 35 years. The company had remained comfortably profitable by manufacturing and distributing communications systems made entirely from parts supplied by a variety of international vendors. Carolyn, the director of finance, was pleased with the price that she was getting from local and foreign vendors.

No strategic management team had been put into place because the company remained profitable without changing the way they operated, with the exception of updating the systems when necessary. For the same reason, the marketing strategies did not substantially change from year to year. In other words, CCE was “coasting” without the need for strategic planning and, according to the management team, doing a very credible job of that.

The CEO exercised a life of semi-retirement; he was either on vacation or on the golf course most of the time. The management team enjoyed the luxury of overseeing what they thought had been done right for many years and making sure that business continued to be conducted “as usual.” While the management team was coasting, one of their competitors was devoting considerable time and effort to negotiating lower prices from vendors. The competitor’s management made a global announcement that they were going to produce comparable products to the CCE line at a substantial savings to the customers. This competitor also launched an effective and carefully planned public relations campaign that caught most of CCE’s market share in the process.

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