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For your initial post, choose one of the prompts below. The initial response should be developed, and supported with information from the assigned course materials. Note that each initial post must also quote and discuss a specific passage (this means to literally copy and paste, word for word, using quotation marks) from the primary source (firsthand account from history) linked or attached to your prompt. Responses to peers do not need to be as full, but should still contain substantive information and represent more than mere agreement or disagreement. Be sure to indicate the sources you are using (textbook, primary source, lecture), at the point of use, in some fashion. There are no points awarded for use of outside sources. There will be point deductions for the use of such lower-tier sources as encyclopedias, blogs, or dictionaries. The follow up query from your instructor, and your own peer posts, may be about any aspect of the readings or lecture materials.

1. Please read the selections of firsthand accounts of the Industrial Revolution mine workers: Testimony Gathered by Ashley’s Mines Commission. Please quote at least one passage from the excerpts and explain what it tells us about the Industrial Revolution – either the nature of it (urban, industrial, mechanical) or its impact (on working conditions, family life and gender, social classes, natural resources, production, or standard of living). After discussing the excerpts please evaluate the IR. Do you think that overall the IR was a good thing or a bad thing? What factors do you think should be used to evaluate it? In responding to the second half of the prompt, please incorporate the Thackeray and Findling or Maddison readings, the lecture, or the video lecture material from this week “Why the Industrial Revolution Happened Here” (or the Stearns reading selection, which is an alternative to this video, attached below). Clearly state your sources at the point of use.

2. According to the primary source document excerpts, Documents of the Revolution of 1848 in France what were the concerns of the French People in the 1848 Revolution? In your answer, please quote and discuss at least one passage from the excerpts and explain what it tells us about the causes behind the Revolution. After discussing the evidence of the primary source excerpts for France, please evaluate the several revolutions that hit Europe at this time as whole. Do you think that overall they should be rated as successes or as failures? What factors (economic, political, social, short term, long term, etc.) do you think should be used to evaluate them? In responding to the second half of the prompt, please incorporate the lecture, the Sperber readings for this week, or the video lecture material “Nationalism in Europe part I.” Clearly state your sources at the point of use.

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Week4:

What elements of the political philosophies of Locke, Hume, and Smith can you identify in the American political system of today?

What elements of Rousseau’s thought are nowhere in evidence, and why is this so?

Reading Resources:

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Getting a degree in this day and age does not guarantee you a job. Instead, a degree only increases your chances of opening certain doors in order to apply the knowledge gained through the educational process. This project functions as a measure of your ability to do just that. The project instructions will be purposely vague in order to test your ability to lead, think creatively, manage your time, avoid procrastination, and overcome adversity. These traits are much more valuable than a degree in itself. With this in mind, I hope you will demonstrate your ability to effectively lead, follow, or otherwise work well together.
The final assignment is a group project. You will work together as a group to construct a presentation on various coaching aspects inside and outside of this class. Please see the specific requirements below.

The project direction and content within will be decided by the group or leader(s) within the group:

Many formal education assignments are given with specific directions from the instructor on what the assignment should contain. While I will give some guidance below, you should not feel obligated to include any of it in the project if you do not wish to do so. I would much rather see your creativity than a rote reproduction of something you think I want to see. Some ideas you may want to consider are below.

Techniques and Tactics of the game. How can you make people want to view your work? How can you make learning effective? How can you increase the ability to perform these skills?

Teaching and Evaluating Sports Skills (How would you do it? What is most important?).

A Coaching Aspect of Choice: Topics covered in this class such as leadership, planning, etc.
You must submit your individual contribution to the project as an attachment to your final project assignment.

I encourage the use of pictures and videos within your assignment. In addition, animation and voice to demonstrate specific techniques, tactics, and other aspects are recommended.

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For your initial post, choose one of the prompts below. The initial response should be developed, and supported with information from the assigned course materials. Note that each initial post must also quote and discuss a specific passage (this means to literally copy and paste, word for word, using quotation marks) from the primary source (firsthand account from history) linked or attached to your prompt. Responses to peers do not need to be as full, but should still contain substantive information and represent more than mere agreement or disagreement. Be sure to indicate the sources you are using (textbook, primary source, lecture), at the point of use, in some fashion. There are no points awarded for use of outside sources. There will be point deductions for the use of such lower-tier sources as encyclopedias, blogs, or dictionaries. The follow up query from your instructor, and your own peer posts, may be about any aspect of the readings or lecture materials.

1. Using the primary source document Immanual Kant: What is Enlightenment explain the Enlightenment world view. In your post, please quote and discuss at least one specific passage from the Kant excerpt. After discussing Kant’s views as expressed in this primary source excerpt, use at least one other assigned course reading, video, or lecture for this week to describe the political or social impacts of the Enlightenment in Europe, Haiti, the United States, or Russia. Clearly state your sources at the point of use.

2. Using the primary source document the Bill of Rights (through Amendment 10) explain how the ideas expressed in this document were influenced by Enlightenment thinkers. In your answer, please quote and discuss at least one passage from the Bill. Then, using and at least one other assigned reading, video, or lecture for this week, please also address the following: How did the traditional view of monarchical authority and of rights change in the 18th century? Clearly state your sources at the point of use.

3. Using the primary source document, Maximilien Robespierre: Report on the Principles of Public Morality (attached), discuss the similarities and differences between the French Revolution and the American and Haitian Revolutions. In your answer, please quote and discuss at least one passage from Robespierre’s work. What does this piece tell us about the reasons for the French Revolution or the course of the Revolution? After discussing the report, compare and contrast the FR with the AR and HR. What was unique about the FR? For this second half of the prompt, use the Doyle reading, the readings from Thackeray and Findling, Fick, or the video lecture material “Egalite for All: Toussaint Louverture and the Haitian Revolution.” Clearly state your sources at the point of use.

4. Using the primary source document, selections of Catherine the Great explain how the impact of Enlightenment ideals differed between Russia and Europe. First, answer the following: what is Catherine the Great’s attitude toward liberty and equality according to these excerpts? Please quote and discuss at least one passage from the excerpts in your post. Next, after discussing the excerpts pertaining to Catherine, use the Ziegler reading or the lecture, Absolutism to Revolution, assigned for this week, to explain what the impact of the Enlightenment was in Russia. How was this different from the way the Enlightenment impacted Europe? What accounts for the differences? Clearly state your sources at the point of use.

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For your initial post, choose one of the prompts below. The initial response and follow up posts should be developed, and supported with information from the assigned course materials. It is a requirement that you incorporate the assigned course materials and indicate which ones you are using to construct the post (informal citations are fine, as in “In our lecture this week,” or “As stated in the primary source letter of de Busbecq…”, just something to indicate where your information is coming from). Note that each initial post carries with it the additional requirement to quote a specific passage (this means to literally copy and paste, word for word, using quotation marks) from the primary source (firsthand account from history) linked or attached to your prompt, and to discuss it. For those who choose prompt 1 this week, where there is no text, you will tell us the name of your image, briefly describe it, and tell us how it supports your argument.

There are no points awarded for use of outside sources. There will be point deductions for the use of such lower-tier sources as encyclopedias, blogs, or dictionaries.

The follow up query from your instructor, and your own peer posts, may be about any aspect of the readings or lecture materials.

1. Choose 1 primary source image from this website: Slavery Images: A Visual Record of the African Slave Trade. Describe what is in the picture. What does this image tell us about the Atlantic Slave Trade? After discussing your image, please discuss the origins of the Atlantic Slave Trade and the impact Europeans had on Africa. For this second half of the post, the readings from week 1 ( Maddison; Ehret; A Brief Overview of the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade) or the lecture material (Introduction to the Age of Exploration; “Transatlantic Slavery Documentary”) should be used. Clearly state your sources at the point of use.

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Please address the following 12 questions for Lockheed Martin

1.Many companies around the world, including those in the US, have outsourced goods and services to India and China. However, some of these businesses have reversed course and are now insourcing these goods and services. Do you agree that this course reversal may be justified?

Position 1: Outsourcing VS
Position 2: Insourcing

This is a juxtaposition discussion question. Choose a side. If you choose the outsourcing side, find material to support your response…but you also have to find a way to resolve the counter-side. If you choose the insourcing side, find sources to help support your position…but you also have to resolve the counter-side.

2.Are any employees of your company represented by labor unions or covered by collective bargaining agreements? Are any of these employees working outside of the United States?

3.Does your company employ expatriates in any overseas operations it might have? If so, what resources does the company provide to train expatriates before they go to the foreign location? Does the company also provide training or support for expatriates during the repatriation phase?

4.To what extent, or in what ways, does your company use the Internet for employee training and development

5.What products are sold in the company’s international markets? Do they vary by country or by region?

6.What types of promotion does your company emphasize in its international markets? Do they differ from those used in its domestic market?

7.What kinds of distribution channels are being employed in your company’s international markets?

8.Is the company practicing global procurement? If the company is procuring globally, what goods and services is it procuring and from which countries?

9.Is the company practicing global production? If the company is producing globally, what goods and services are produced globally and in which countries?

10.Has the company outsourced goods and services? Has the company insourced goods and services?

11.Is the company a member of one or more supply chains? If yes, can you identify the major members of the supply chain(s)?

12.In what countries does your company export goods? Import goods? How would changes in the values of these countries’ currencies relative to the U.S. dollar affect transactions and translation risks? Economic risk?

include references from search engines below or from scholarly sources from the APUS Online Library.

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For your Reaction Paper, you have two options. Please review them carefully to ensure you choose the one from which you will benefit most. Note that each option must be written in essay format (do not answer the questions in a question/answer format). The essay must include a clear introduction (including a thesis), body and conclusion in APA format. The sample paper attached to the assignment details provides a clear example of the formatting and paper expectations for this assignment.

OPTION ONE:
The focus of this option is our secondary text, Confusing Love with Obsession. Your paper should be at least five pages (roughly 1,250 words) in length. in length. While additional sources or references are not required for this assignment, you must use the selected source to support your argument (i.e, cite the selected sources in your paper). If you choose to quote, paraphrase, or summarize additional sources (including the texts), you must document them in APA format. Your paper must have a references page.

These are the questions/points to consider to which you should respond in your reaction paper:

Using sociologist John Alan Lee’s love styles Intimate Relationships (http://psychologycharts.com/six-love-styles.html).  Based on this list, what is the predominant love style for most of the characters presented in the book, Confusing Love with Obsession.

What character if any did you identify with most from the book? This can be either yourself or someone you know.

Briefly outline the characteristics of the Obsessive Love Wheel at each stage of the wheel.

After reading the book, what knowledge did you gain about love addiction?

  1. OPTION TWO: 

This option allows you to choose from a selection of several chapters of books by scholar Deborah Tannen that are available electronically from the APUS library. As with the other option, your paper should be at least five pages (roughly 1,250 words)in length. Additional sources or references are not required for this assignment, but if you quote, paraphrase, or summarize a source (including the reading or the text), you must document it following APA format. 

These are the questions/points to ponder that you can use to develop your reaction paper, but feel free to ask yourself additional questions. Remember that this paper should give your reaction to what you have read, meaning you may agree, disagree, or both. However, you cannot merely say you agree. You must explain why clearly.

After reading the selection you have chosen, think about either your own situation that reflects the subject of the reading or about situations with which you are familiar, or both. You should not use full names or real people, please! It is preferable to give people aliases rather than use their names.

  1. Outline some of the characteristics of the communication situations described and analyzed in the reading.
  2. Did you identify with the people and situations in the selection? How? If not, how do you engage differently in interpersonal communication in similar situations to the ones described and analyzed?
  3. After reading the selection, what knowledge did you gain about interpersonal communication in general?

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Instructions

Week 6: Assignment

Course Objective:
CO5: Design a small business start-up Model

Assignment Prompt:
This week your assignment is to begin researching a small business of interest to you and then start the process of organizing and writing of a formal business model. You will want to select a small business or franchise for which you have some expertise, knowledge, experience, and (most importantly) considerable interest. Before you attempt this Model, please review some of the resources listed in the Reading & Resources section of the Week 6 Lesson.

Once you have reviewed the resources in the lesson, the next step in this process is to watch the video hyperlinked below. We will be using the model design that is covered in this short 9-minute video. Before you start the video, download and print out a copy of the Outline sheet that has been inserted below, it will help you in your note taking as you watch this video. 

The Business Model Canvas – 9 Steps to Creating a Successful Business Model – Startup Tips

Now that you have a good feel for the business you want to model, and the format we are going to use to develop your Business Model, it’s time to get to work formatting your business plan. We will follow an organization much like the video you just watched, with two exceptions (see the outline below):

Section 1 – The company description, location, and name 

Section 2 – The Value Proposition

Section 3 – Customer Segments

Section 4 – Channels

Section 5 – Revenue Streams

Section 6 – Key Resources Required

Section 7 – Key Partners

Section 8 – Key Activities 

  • Section 9 – Cost Structure (no numbers required, just layout what is important to plan for as important (a) fixed costs, (b) variable costs, (c) activity costs, (d) logistics costs, and (e) legal, license, 
  • Instructions:
    How you present this Model is up to you, it can be a PowerPoint presentation or MS Word report. Your submission will be assessed according to the following criteria
  • The thought that was put into each of the 9 segments. Was everything considered and has the author considered all of the important factors affecting each part of the model? Is it complete with no missing elements?
  • How creative was the model presentation
  • How professionally narrated, written, or presented the Model is?

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Complete your Research Project 2 in a Word document, APA formatted, and then submit it in the Assignment section of the classroom by midnight, EST, Day 7.
The instructions concerning this assignment as well as the grading rubric are reproduced below.

In 2009 the American auto industry was in a dire economic state. Chrysler was in Chapter 11, GM was on the brink of bankruptcy, and Ford’s future was at best uncertain. The demise of the U.S. auto industry would have a devastating impact on our national economy and specifically the economies of Michigan and Ohio.

Economists occasionally use Porter’s five forces framework when making a qualitative evaluation of a firm’s strategic position. According to Porter, his model should be used at the industry level, defined as a marketplace in which similar or closely related products or services are marketed. This research paper requires the application of Porter’s Five Forces Model to the auto industry.

Porter’s analytical framework consists of those forces that affect a producer’s ability to serve its customers and make a profit. A change in any of these five forces requires a re-assessment of the marketplace. The five forces include:

1) The threat of substitute products: The existence of close substitute products (i.e., high elasticity of demand) increases the propensity of customers to switch to alternatives in response to price increases.

2) The threat of the entry of new competitors: Unless there are significant barriers to entry, profitable markets that yield high returns will attract firms (i.e., perfect competition), effectively decreasing profitability.

3) The intensity of competitive rivalry: As in the case of oligopoly markets, rivals may choose to compete aggressively, non-aggressively or in non-price dimensions.

4) The bargaining power of customers: The ability of customers to put the firm under pressure due to availability of existing substitute products, buyer price sensitivity, uniqueness of the products, etc.

5) The bargaining power of suppliers: The cost of factors of production (e.g. labor, raw materials, components, and services such as expertise) provided by suppliers can have a significant impact on a company’s profitability. As such suppliers may refuse to work with the firm or charge excessively high prices for unique resources.

References

Porter, M.E. (1979) “How competitive forces shape strategy”, Harvard Business Review, March/April 1979.

Porter, M.E. (1980) “Competitive Strategy”, The Free Press, New York, 1980.

Porter, M.E. (1985) “Competitive Advantage”, The Free Press, New York, 1985.

Develop a detailed paper applying Porter’s Five Forces Model to the American automotive industry, with a focus on the U.S. market.

Your paper needs to include at least three scholarly sources, i.e. peer reviewed articles. I strongly recommend the use of the APUS library for these sources, as most acceptable resources can only be found in protected databases.

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I’m working on a statistics writing question and need a sample draft to help me understand better.

A town official claims that the average vehicle in their area sells for more than the 40th percentile of your data set. Using the data, you obtained in week 1, as well as the summary statistics you found for the original data set (excluding the super car outlier), run a hypothesis test to determine if the claim can be supported. Make sure you state all the important values, so your fellow classmates can use them to run a hypothesis test as well. Use the descriptive statistics you found during Week 2 NOT the new SD you found during Week 4. Because again, we are using the original 10 sample data set NOT a new smaller sample size. Use alpha = .05 to test your claim.

(Note: You will want to use the function =PERCENTILE.INC in Excel to find the 40th percentile of your data set. Hopefully this Excel function looks familiar to you from Week 2.)

First determine if you are using a z or t-test and explain why. Then conduct a four-step hypothesis test including a sentence at the end justifying the support or lack of support for the claim and why you made that choice.

I encourage you to review the Week 6 Hypothesis Testing PDF at the bottom of the discussion. This will give you a step by step example on how to calculate and run a hypothesis test using Excel. I DO NOT recommend doing this by hand. Let Excel do the heavy lifting for you. You can also use this PDF in Quizzes section.

There were 5 additional PDFs that were created to help you with the Homework, Lessons and Tests in Quizzes section. While they won’t be used to answer the questions in the discussion, they are just as useful and beneficial. I encourage you to review these ASAP! These PDFs are also located at the bottom of the discussion

Instructions: Make sure you include your data set in your initial post as well.

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For your initial post, choose one of the prompts below. Note that each initial post must also quote and discuss a specific passage (this means to literally copy and paste, word for word, using quotation marks) from the primary source (firsthand account from history) linked or attached to your prompt. Be sure to indicate the sources you are using (textbook, primary source, lecture), at the point of use, in some fashion. There are no points awarded for use of outside sources. There will be point deductions for the use of such lower-tier sources as encyclopedias, blogs, or dictionaries. The follow up query from your instructor, and your own peer posts, may be about any aspect of the readings or lecture materials.

1. Using the primary source document The Young Turks: Proclamation for the Ottoman Empire, 1908 , discuss the attempts of the Ottoman Empire to unify and modernize their empire. According to Quataret the Young Turk Constitution represented a parliamentarian approach to the troubles besetting the Empire which ultimately failed (Quataret, 65). In your post, please quote and discuss at least one specific passage from the Young Turks’ proclamation regarding their proposed constitution (the primary source for this prompt). Then using and the Quataret reading for this week or the lecture, consider the earlier attempts at equality and at creating a more centralized government. Consider also the several factors working against reform and unity. Clearly state your sources at the point of use.

2. Using the primary source document Fei Ch’i-hao: The Boxer Rebellion, 1900 (just section IV The Gathering of the Storm) explain China’s changing relationship with the outside world 1850s-1911 (discussed in the Haw readings for this week). In your post, please quote and discuss at least one specific passage from the account of Fei Ch’i-hao. Then using the Haw reading assigned for this week, or the lecture, consider the reasons for the Boxer Rebellion and the anger of the Chinese citizens against the foreigners displayed in the primary source. Consider also who wrote this source: a Chinese Christian convert, and his efforts to save the foreign missionaries. What does this tell us about the relationship between China and the West? Clearly state your sources at the point of use.

3. Using the primary source document Mohandas K. Gandhi: Indian Home Rule (1909), discuss changes in India during this period. In your post please quote and discuss at least one specific passage from this primary source, Gandhi’s interview on home rule. As you craft your response, consider the long history of British-Indian relations. What is Gandhi’s attitude toward the British and how can this attitude be explained with reference to what we learned in the BBC web article assigned for this week, the lecture, or the Rothermund readings? Please incorporate the BBC article, lecture, or the Rothermund reading in your initial post as well. Clearly state your sources at the point of use.

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• Identify someone who is at least 20 years older than you and ask the below listed questions:

◦ What technological device was popular when you were a teen?

◦ Did you have one; why or why not?

◦ What was the most popular song, television show, or movie when you were a teen?

◦ Which song, television show, or movie did you like the most when you were a teen; what memories do you have of that show, movie, or song?

◦ What were three (3) slang terms you used when you were a teen; what did they mean?

◦ What are two (2) main differences you notice in people from your generation and people from my generation?

◦ Describe a time you interacted with someone from a different race and/or country when you were a teen? Explain why this instance was memorable to you.

◦ These days, mental health and wellness is an important topic of conversation, what was important when you were younger?

◦ What are similarities you notice in people from your generation and people in my generation?

◦ What is a stereotype about people your age that is not true?

◦ What important lesson do you want people to learn about people in your generation?

◦ What do you think of people in my generation?

• Identify a different person from the first interviewee who is at least your age or older AND who has a different gender identification from you

◦ What are your thoughts about a man expressing emotions and a woman expressing emotions?

◦ What household responsibilities do you think a man should have but a woman should not?

◦ What household responsibilities do you think a woman should have but a man should not?

◦ What are the main differences between men and women when it comes to their roles, behaviors, and the way they communicate?

◦ What are similarities between men and women?

◦ What are two stereotypes about people in my gender?

◦ What are two stereotypes commonly associated with your gender?

◦ Tell me your perspective about these stereotypes (in what ways do you agree/disagree these stereotypes are true; why do you agree/disagree with these)?

◦ What do you think about the “#METOO” movement and how does it impact the way you interact with people from a different gender in a professional/social setting?

◦ What is the best way to communicate with someone from your gender?

◦ What do you think is the best way to communicate with someone from my gender?

Write a 5 – 7 page paper analyzing YOUR Communication Competence during this conversation.

• Summarize the information you acquired from your interviews.

• Briefly indicate who the people are you interviewed; describe the type of relationship (e.g., Friend, family member, romantic relationship, work relationship – Do NOT include the interviewees’ names).

• Describe the type of listening in which you engaged during this conversation.

• What new information did you learn from this person based on the questions you asked?

• Name the specific generational cohort to which your interviewees belongs who was has a 20 year difference from you (refer to Chapter 6 in our Top Hat Textbook).

• Find two (2) different sources on the internet that describes behaviors common to that generational cohort that you did not know prior to this assignment.

• Find two (2) different sources on the internet that describes communication behaviors common to the person of an opposite gender from you that you did not know before taking this course.

• Explain how learning this information from the internet helps you to enhance your interpersonal communication competence with people who are from different generational identities and different gender identities (***indicating it does not is an insufficient response and will not receive credit).

After reading this source in more detail about Intercultural Communication Competence, respond to the following prompts:

• Discuss the type of Motivation driving your conversations (read chapter 8, section 4 to provide a thorough response).

• Discuss Mindfulness in relation to this conversation; what you already knew about each person and things you learned about the each person (or their experiences) during the conversation.

• Discuss Cognitive Flexibility; in what two ways could each conversation help you to prevent developing stereotypes and prejudices about people in a different age group and gender?

• Discuss Tolerance for Uncertainty: your attitude toward learning something new about each person (did you convince yourself you already knew all there was to know about the person), provide details about the stereotypes questions and what you learned from the person.

There should be more details from the text about each component of cultural communication competence. For example, there are two factors that can influence motivation; select the motivational factor and indicate how it is a reason to motivate intercultural communication competence.

Remember to comply with APA citation standards including:

Title page

Five (5) in-text citations from five different sources

References page with the five (5) different sources

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Congratulations. You are the customer service manager for Wrigley Field in Chicago, Illinois. The Chicago Cubs’ executive administrators have requested for you to make certain Cubs’ patrons (i.e., attendees) are pleased with their experience when attending Wrigley Field for a Cubs’ home baseball game.

Please create a five (5) item customer satisfaction survey your staff can administer to spectators during a Cubs’ home baseball game. Please conduct some online research to review information concerning Wrigley Field and other sport venues to determine the type of items which should be included within the survey.

Examples of additional resources concerning Wrigley Field include:

https://www.mlb.com/cubs/ballpark

https://www.mlb.com/cubs/ballpark/information/history

https://www.mlb.com/cubs/ballpark/information/guide

https://www.mlb.com/cubs/ballpark/information/gates

https://www.mlb.com/cubs/ballpark/transportation/

https://www.mlb.com/cubs/ballpark/ground-rules

https://www.mlb.com/cubs/ballpark/information/security

https://www.mlb.com/cubs/community/wrigley-field-neighbors

Please review “Supporting Materials” (i.e., MS Word document file titled “Example Items-Wrigley Field Customer Satisfaction Survey) included with this assignment’s instructions in order to review examples of survey items.

Your survey may not contain items about professionalism of security personnel, concession area cleanliness, and seat comfort. These survey items are presented as examples within MS Word document file titled “Example Items-Wrigley Field Customer Satisfaction Survey.”

Once you have developed a five (5) item customer satisfaction survey, compose a one (1) page summary (i.e., analysis of your survey. Describe why you selected each of the items presented within the survey. Also, explain how collecting customers’ satisfaction information can be beneficial for an athletic organization’s business operations (e.g., ticket sales, concessions, security). Cite at least two (2) literary publications to support information discussed within your summary. Do not count the aforementioned resources (e.g., https://www.mlb.com/cubs/ballpark) toward the minimum two (2) literary publications required.

At the conclusion of this summary, provide your five (5) item survey.

Submission Directions: Please submit your assignment as an APA, current edition formatted, Microsoft Word document (.doc or .docx), not an Adobe .pdf, titled “Your Last Name Week 4 Assignment.” For example, the document should be titled: Smith Week 4 Assignment. Please do not paste your assignment into the text box provided within each assignment. If you do not have access to Microsoft Office software, please see the first course announcement titled “Free Microsoft Office 365 Software for APUS Students,” since all students have the ability to download free Microsoft 365 software, which includes Word, Excel, and PowerPoint, among others.

Note: Also, your assignment must be original; that is you must be the author, it must not have been used for any other course, and no part may have come from an external site such as Course Hero. All of these are examples are forms of plagiarism, will not be tolerated, and will result, at a minimum, of receiving a zero on the assignment. Please see the “Plagiarism and Honor Code Resources” button on the course home page for more information.

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