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Case Question 1. Discuss the vision and mission of Huawei company. 2. Analyze

Case Question
1. Discuss the vision and mission of Huawei company.
2. Analyze the challenges Huawei faces in terms of global expansion.
3. Analyze the smartphone industry. Please do the competitive profile matrix
of Huawei.
4. Please do the SWOT analysis of Huawei.
5. What role does Huawei’s global strategy play in its smartphone industry’s
competitive advantage?
Guidelines:
Write up:
Please write the references using the American Psychological Association (APA) format.
Please type the assignment on A4 size paper, single spacing, and 12-point Times
New Roman font.
The number of pages depends on the answer of the case (please, include the
front cover and 1 for the reference page),

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Case Question 1. Discuss the vision and mission of Huawei company. 2. Analyze

Case Question 1. Discuss the vision and mission of Huawei company. 2. Analyze the challenges Huawei faces in terms of global expansion. 3. Analyze the smartphone industry. Please do the competitive profile matrix
of Huawei. 4. Please do the SWOT analysis of Huawei. 5. What role does Huawei’s global strategy play in its smartphone industry’s
competitive advantage? Guidelines: Write up: Please write the references using the American Psychological Association (APA) format.
Please type the assignment on A4 size paper, single spacing, and 12-point Times New Roman font.
The number of pages depends on the answer of the case (please, include the front cover and 1 for the reference page),

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Read Case and Answer the Quetsion: How could Esquel achieve its ambitious sustai

Read Case and Answer the Quetsion:
How could Esquel achieve its ambitious sustainability-, people-, and community-oriented objectives in a highly competitive industry when most of its competitors were using a low-cost production strategy?
use 11 point font and 1 inch margins, 1.5 spaced, write 0.8 page

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Ford Motor Company: An Auto Company in Transition (Dess, 2021, C277) NOTE: this

Ford Motor Company: An Auto Company in Transition (Dess, 2021, C277)
NOTE: this assignment was written by the Management Department, and not your Instructor. Please outline the questions and align or organize your responses in an orderly and professional (business) way, like required by the grading rubric and Case Analysis Method associated with MANA 4322.
Purpose.
The individual written case analysis exercise is meant to assess:
Your critical thinking
Your understanding of businesses as interdisciplinary units
Your problem solving and decision-making abilities, and
Your effective communication and writing skills
Your core business knowledge
To this end, students are required to individually analyze a case and submit a written report for evaluation by the due date indicated in the syllabus.
Assignment.
You have are hired as an outside consultant to help Ford Motor Company return to its glory days, when either Henry Ford or Alan Mullaly ran the company. In doing so, you must produce a short report to Jim Hackett, Ford’s CEO, which conveys your observations of Ford’s current situation (situational analysis), and a proposal of strategic actions Ford should take to be the model automotive company of the 21st century. Thus, your task is to answer the following questions based solely on the information provided in the case:
Perform an analysis of Ford’s external and internal environments. As you do this, please make sure you organize your response by classifying external trends as opportunities and threats, and by classifying Ford’s internal environment as strengths and weaknesses. Because of the length of the report, select the most salient issues in your eyes. In addition, you must include at least three functional areas/value chain activities in your analysis of Ford’s internal environment (e.g., operations, marketing, and finance), and you must include issues regarding Ford’s financial situation.
Based on the external challenges (threats), positive external trends (opportunities), Ford’s limitations (weaknesses), and Ford’s strong suits (strengths) identified in point #1, provide 4 strategic suggestions for Ford’s executives to implement. In other words, combine opportunities/threats you identified, with Ford’s strengths/weaknesses in order to make suggestions on what decisions CEO Hackett needs to make. In your response, make sure you include both strategic actions related to business level strategy (how to compete) and corporate -level strategy (where to compete). Provide strong rationale for your choices.
Expectations.
The analysis of the case should reflect both your understanding of the material covered in the text as well as other insights you have gained from other functional area courses. You are encouraged to approach the case with an integrated multi-functional perspective of the organization and to explicate recommendations clearly and concisely in writing. There are multiple possible answers to the questions provided. Use the critical thinking and problem-solving skills you have developed through your university career.
Individual case analysis write-ups should be well reasoned and not trivial. Answers should stick to the facts in the case and analysis. Provide strong reasoning and evidence from the case.
All individual case analysis reports are due through the Assignments tab on Canvas. All case reports will be exposed to Unicheck, a plagiarism tool. The expectation is that you submit your own work. Plagiarism is serious and will be ajudicated. If your analysis is a copy of someone else’s work, you will earn a zero for your individual case analysis grade and you will be sent to the Office of Student Conduct.
Format.
The case analysis report should be prepared using single-space, Times New Roman 12-point font, and a 1-inch all-around margin. The case analysis report should be 4 pages or less in length.
Please provide a cover page (not counted in the 4 pages) with your name, the title of the case, the name of the course, the course section, and the date.
Any direct quotes form the case should appear in quotes and the page number should appear in parenthesis.
SOURCES
Dess, Gregory, Gerry McNamara, Alan Eisner & Seung-Hyun Lee. Strategic management: Text and cases, 10th ed. New York, NY: McGraw Hill Irwin.

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Read Case and Answer the Quetsion: How could Esquel achieve its ambitious sustai

Read Case and Answer the Quetsion:
How could Esquel achieve its ambitious sustainability-, people-, and community-oriented objectives in a highly competitive industry when most of its competitors were using a low-cost production strategy?
use 11 point font and 1 inch margins, 1.5 spaced, write 0.8 page

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Ford Motor Company: An Auto Company in Transition (Dess, 2021, C277) NOTE: this

Ford Motor Company: An Auto Company in Transition (Dess, 2021, C277)
NOTE: this assignment was written by the Management Department, and not your Instructor. Please outline the questions and align or organize your responses in an orderly and professional (business) way, like required by the grading rubric and Case Analysis Method associated with MANA 4322.
Purpose.
The individual written case analysis exercise is meant to assess:
Your critical thinking
Your understanding of businesses as interdisciplinary units
Your problem solving and decision-making abilities, and
Your effective communication and writing skills
Your core business knowledge
To this end, students are required to individually analyze a case and submit a written report for evaluation by the due date indicated in the syllabus.
Assignment.
You have are hired as an outside consultant to help Ford Motor Company return to its glory days, when either Henry Ford or Alan Mullaly ran the company. In doing so, you must produce a short report to Jim Hackett, Ford’s CEO, which conveys your observations of Ford’s current situation (situational analysis), and a proposal of strategic actions Ford should take to be the model automotive company of the 21st century. Thus, your task is to answer the following questions based solely on the information provided in the case:
Perform an analysis of Ford’s external and internal environments. As you do this, please make sure you organize your response by classifying external trends as opportunities and threats, and by classifying Ford’s internal environment as strengths and weaknesses. Because of the length of the report, select the most salient issues in your eyes. In addition, you must include at least three functional areas/value chain activities in your analysis of Ford’s internal environment (e.g., operations, marketing, and finance), and you must include issues regarding Ford’s financial situation.
Based on the external challenges (threats), positive external trends (opportunities), Ford’s limitations (weaknesses), and Ford’s strong suits (strengths) identified in point #1, provide 4 strategic suggestions for Ford’s executives to implement. In other words, combine opportunities/threats you identified, with Ford’s strengths/weaknesses in order to make suggestions on what decisions CEO Hackett needs to make. In your response, make sure you include both strategic actions related to business level strategy (how to compete) and corporate -level strategy (where to compete). Provide strong rationale for your choices.
Expectations.
The analysis of the case should reflect both your understanding of the material covered in the text as well as other insights you have gained from other functional area courses. You are encouraged to approach the case with an integrated multi-functional perspective of the organization and to explicate recommendations clearly and concisely in writing. There are multiple possible answers to the questions provided. Use the critical thinking and problem-solving skills you have developed through your university career.
Individual case analysis write-ups should be well reasoned and not trivial. Answers should stick to the facts in the case and analysis. Provide strong reasoning and evidence from the case.
All individual case analysis reports are due through the Assignments tab on Canvas. All case reports will be exposed to Unicheck, a plagiarism tool. The expectation is that you submit your own work. Plagiarism is serious and will be ajudicated. If your analysis is a copy of someone else’s work, you will earn a zero for your individual case analysis grade and you will be sent to the Office of Student Conduct.
Format.
The case analysis report should be prepared using single-space, Times New Roman 12-point font, and a 1-inch all-around margin. The case analysis report should be 4 pages or less in length.
Please provide a cover page (not counted in the 4 pages) with your name, the title of the case, the name of the course, the course section, and the date.
Any direct quotes form the case should appear in quotes and the page number should appear in parenthesis.
SOURCES
Dess, Gregory, Gerry McNamara, Alan Eisner & Seung-Hyun Lee. Strategic management: Text and cases, 10th ed. New York, NY: McGraw Hill Irwin.

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What are its main revenue sources?

Each PowerPoint presentation will include 8 detailed slides that discuss your selected airline in your own words (paraphrased) along with properly APA cited researched information. Each slide is to include in-text APA citations and a reference slide at the end not to be included as one of the 5 detailed slides.
SUBMIT DIRECTLY INTO THE REPLY SECTION OF CANVAS.
Each student should convey their knowledge learned and researched in the slide presentation about the airline they selected. If the student only presents brief points within the slide the presentation does not convey the material learned and will receive low marks.
Include information such as but not limited to:
Airport Financial Management: Research your airport’s financial management.
What are its main revenue sources?
Has it received any grants?
Does it have any private investment?
Do you think your airport would benefit from privatization?
Compile all your Airport Presentations into one presentation.
The economic, political, and social role of airports:
Economic Role:
What impact has your airport had on the economy?
Does it provide jobs?
Opportunities for tourists to visit the area?
Are there convention centers that benefit?
Hotels, car rental agencies?
How does the multiplier effect impact the community
Political Role:
What airport use agreements does your airport have with air carriers?
Is your airport dominated by a few large airlines or a combination of traditional airlines and low cost airlines?
What difference services do these airlines require?
What concessions are available at your airport?
Environmental Role:
Research and discuss in detail the noise abatement practices at your chosen airport. Are they adequate?
How does the community feel about the airport noise?
View Rubric
NEW ASSIGNMENT HERE
Each PowerPoint presentation will include a minimum of 5 detailed slides that discuss your selected airline in your own words (paraphrased) along with properly APA cited researched information. Each slide is to include in-text APA citations and a reference slide at the end not to be included as one of the 5 detailed slides.
SUBMIT DIRECTLY INTO THE REPLY SECTION OF CANVAS.
Each student should convey their knowledge learned and researched in the slide presentation about the airline they selected. If the student only presents brief points within the slide the presentation does not convey the material learned and will receive low marks.
Include information such as but not limited to:
Airport Financial Management: Research your airport’s financial management.
What are its main revenue sources?
Has it received any grants?
Does it have any private investment?
Do you think your airport would benefit from privatization?
Compile all your Airport Presentations into one presentation.
The economic, political, and social role of airports:
Economic Role:
What impact has your airport had on the economy?
Does it provide jobs?
Opportunities for tourists to visit the area?
Are there convention centers that benefit?
Hotels, car rental agencies?
How does the multiplier effect impact the community
Political Role:
What airport use agreements does your airport have with air carriers?
Is your airport dominated by a few large airlines or a combination of traditional airlines and low cost airlines?
What difference services do these airlines require?
What concessions are available at your airport?
Environmental Role:
Research and discuss in detail the noise abatement practices at your chosen airport. Are they adequate?
How does the community feel about the airport noise?
View Rubric

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Summarize his counter-arguments and identify which you find the most persuasive (and explain why).

Artificial Intelligence: Friend of Foe? Each set should be answered on a different page.
For this discussion activity, you will watch 4 TED TALKS concerning the future of artificial intelligence. In each video, the speaker presents unique arguments for why we should or should not have concerns about the rapid advancement of artificial intelligence. Considering the perspectives presented in the TED TALKS, answer the following question sets below:
Set 1:
Sam Harris (Can we build AI without losing control over it?) points out that there are 3 primary general arguments that AI researchers cite for why we shouldn’t worry about AI destroying humanity. In his talk, he provides counter-arguments for each of this positions. Summarize his counter-arguments and identify which you find the most persuasive (and explain why).
Set 2:
Margaret Mitchell (How we can build AI to help humans, not hurt us) helps improve the way computers describe and interpret the information they receive. She argues that by helping AI “think” about the world in a way that is compatible with how humans think, we will steer the evolution of AI in a direction that benefits humanity. Describe how she tries to do this. In what ways are our own limitations and biases reflected in how AI will interpret the information we give it? What are some solutions she suggests, and do you find her suggestions compelling?
Set 3:
Robin Hanson (What would happen if we upload our brains to computers?) argues that we can predict how future artificial intelligence might behave by examining the behavioral economics of human behavior and by considering the virtual environments in which AI would “live.” Summarize the logic (or illogic) of his argument and explain whether you agree with him (and why or why not). In what ways does he claim artificial intelligence and behavior would be similar to that of humans, and in what ways does he claim they would be different?
Set 4:
Max Tegmark (How to get empowered, not overpowered, by AI) argues that AI has more potential to help life flourish than it does to destroy it. Why does he hold this belief, and what examples/evidence does he cite to support his view? What steps does he describe as critical for achieving this optimistic view of future AI? How is your perspective similar or different from his?

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What steps does he describe as critical for achieving this optimistic view of future ai?

Artificial Intelligence: Friend of Foe? Each set should be answered on a different page.
For this discussion activity, you will watch 4 TED TALKS concerning the future of artificial intelligence. In each video, the speaker presents unique arguments for why we should or should not have concerns about the rapid advancement of artificial intelligence. Considering the perspectives presented in the TED TALKS, answer the following question sets below:
Set 1:
Sam Harris (Can we build AI without losing control over it?) points out that there are 3 primary general arguments that AI researchers cite for why we shouldn’t worry about AI destroying humanity. In his talk, he provides counter-arguments for each of this positions. Summarize his counter-arguments and identify which you find the most persuasive (and explain why).
Set 2:
Margaret Mitchell (How we can build AI to help humans, not hurt us) helps improve the way computers describe and interpret the information they receive. She argues that by helping AI “think” about the world in a way that is compatible with how humans think, we will steer the evolution of AI in a direction that benefits humanity. Describe how she tries to do this. In what ways are our own limitations and biases reflected in how AI will interpret the information we give it? What are some solutions she suggests, and do you find her suggestions compelling?
Set 3:
Robin Hanson (What would happen if we upload our brains to computers?) argues that we can predict how future artificial intelligence might behave by examining the behavioral economics of human behavior and by considering the virtual environments in which AI would “live.” Summarize the logic (or illogic) of his argument and explain whether you agree with him (and why or why not). In what ways does he claim artificial intelligence and behavior would be similar to that of humans, and in what ways does he claim they would be different?
Set 4:
Max Tegmark (How to get empowered, not overpowered, by AI) argues that AI has more potential to help life flourish than it does to destroy it. Why does he hold this belief, and what examples/evidence does he cite to support his view? What steps does he describe as critical for achieving this optimistic view of future AI? How is your perspective similar or different from his?

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