Essay Instructions: I've got a case study regarding to Strategic
Management, which requires the case in the text
book named "Strategic Management Concepts and Cases"
Thompson, AA & Strickland, AJ 2003, Strategic management, 13th edition, McGraw-Hill, New York, NY.
The assignment require the case study in this textbook
in the topic of "Case : ZAP and the Electric Vehicle Industry?
Length : the length is expected to be 16 pages.
Executive Summary = 1 page.
Body = 14-15 pages.
Appendices = 1-2 pages.
** I?ll do the table of contents by myself.
This assessment item links the Course objectives 1-5 are as follows:
1. describe and discuss the theoretical concepts and principles of strategic management, including the formulation and implementation of strategy
2. apply the tools and techniques of strategic management to a variety of organisations in case studies and assignments
3. analyse strategic programs at the corporate, strategic business Unit (SBU), and functional department levels
4. bring together the other courses of your Bachelor?s degree into an integrated approach to business strategy.
5. to write an Executive Report on a pany as if you were a professional Strategic Management Consultant.
You are required to read the Guide for Students and to follow the format of the Executive Report structure given. (Chapter 3). The heading and sub-heading of that structure will guide you in the right direction( can be viewed at this link below)
As you read the case, look out for:
1. important questions posed by people in the case or the case-writer; and
2. the main issues, problems and opportunities
and then include your answers to them within the Executive Report structure.
Similarly, if a case actually poses a number of questions, you should include the answers to those questions inside your Executive Report.
Also note that all cases have different emphases, so some sub-headings will require more attention and a few might not appear at all (as the case does not involve them at all).
For example, if a business does not have a portfolio of SBU?s (Strategic Business Units), divisions or products at all, or if they are not important to the case, then you would not include a Portfolio Analysis Section in your Executive Report.
In some cases the pany is doing well and students then wonder what they are supposed to do. In such cases you need to focus on:
1. why they are doing well
2. what can they do about their weaknesses and
3. how can they do even better, including their possible opportunities in the future.
Assessment criteria and marking criteria
1. Report structure written presentation and referencing 5%
2. Investigative and research skills shown 20%
3. Knowledge of unit concepts, and analysis and synthesis shown 30%
4. Solution of the task set and strength of arguments 40%
5. Overall impression of quality and excellence 5%
TOTAL (100%) 100%
I will send the case study material, important structure guidelines, remended references source and all information to you via this email address
Please be careful regarding to SWOT analysis, as last time I used your service, and the lecturer remended about the report that there was no analysis provided to turn weaknesses into strengths etc.
Also Porter?s Five Forces Model should have final analysis (see porter model.PNG).
? Turn Weakness to Strength.
? Turn Threat to Opportunity
? Strength and Opportunity have to match (each point have to match for both side)
? Don?t forget to analyse SWOT (what is that mean, remendation, explain, how it?s work, etc.)
The lecturer also said ? should use the marking criteria as a guideline to do the assignment?, please see ?Assesment Criteria.PNG?
The report needs only references not bibliography (see additional resource.doc).
P.S. This is my second time to use your service. Last time I got the mark 19.50 out of 30. For this one the total mark is 40, I would expect to receive around 30 out of 40. Because if I got 30 score from this one, so my total mark could pass this course. However, please be aware of plagiarism (see additional resource.doc).
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Here are the sources you need for this order:
The Faculty has now adopted the Commonwealth of Australia 2002, Style manual for authors, editors and printers, 6th edn, rev. Snooks & Co. Study Guides and Resource Materials may have been printed prior to this Course Profile being prepared so those documents may still reflect the referencing style as set out in the 5th edition of the Style manual. Students should refer to the referencing style set out in the 6th edition and in Chapter 5 of the Faculty of Business and Law 2004, Guide for students, 5th edition.
Aaker, DA 2002, Developing business strategies, 5th edn, Wiley, New York.
David, FR 2003, Strategic management, 8th edn, Macmillan, New York.
Lewis, G, Morkel, A & Hubbard, G 2003, Australian strategic management: concepts, context and cases, 4th edn, Prentice Hall, Sydney.
Ohmae, K 1985, The mind of the strategist: business planning for petitive advantage, Penguin, New York.
Stacey, RD 2002, Strategic management and organisational dynamics, 2nd edn, Pitman, London.
Viljoen, J & Dann, S 2003, Strategic management: planning and implementing successful corporate strategies, 3rd edn, Longman Business and Professional, Melbourne.
Some of the most useful journals are:
Business Review Weekly
Harvard Business Review
Journal of Marketing
Long Range Planning
Strategic Management Journal
Policies and procedures for assessment
Students must familiarise themselves with the following policies and procedures:
Assignment preparation and presentation Faculty of Business and Law Guide for students
Referencing style Faculty of Business and Law Guide for students
or the University site
Please note: the Faculty of Business and Law uses the Harvard (Author/date) style of referencing.
Assignment submission Faculty of Business and Law Guide for students
Assignment Extension Policy Course website
Assignment grading Faculty of Business and Law Guide for students
Plagiarism policy http://www..edu.au/ppmanual/academic/plagiarism.pdf
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Essay Instructions: I would like you to write me a script for a 6-8 minute Persuasive speech, basically to persuade the audience to start using electric vehicle. the following is the outline I made. please write a script refer to the outline, you may change some of it to make it become more effective. thank you
Topic: Electric vehicle
Specific purpose: To persuade my audience start using electric vehicle to support and involve protecting the environment from air pollution
Central idea: Using electric vehicle is a great way to produce less carbon monoxide in the air, It would make you and your family live longer.
I. I was born in a city in very serious air pollution issue, there are many people got lung disease
and die in every year, especially in urban area.
II. My grandmother was die because of the disability of the lung function, she couldn’t breath
properly unless wearing the breath advising machine.
III. During the war in Arabic countries, the gas price is keeps rising. It is also mean the oil will all gone, it would happen in this generation.
I. Electric vehicle can produce less prison gas in the air
A. The effect of carbon monoxide is to decrease the oxygen transport to the tissues. (Schwela and Zail)
B. Four types of health effects are reported to be associated with CO exposure: neurobehavioral effects, cardiovascular effects, fibrinolysis effects and prenatal effects.(national research council)
C. If you are breathing in urban area with many vehicle like freeway and garage , the carbon monoxide intake is equal to 10-20 times of smoking a pack of cigarette. (Schwela and Zail)
II. Electric vehicle is a great way to save the environment
1. The prison gas produced by the vehicle is harming the atmosphere, including the atmosphere of arctic. (Sturges)
2. The ice core and snow pits got effected because of those prison gas, and it is getting worse. (Sturges)
III. More benefit on using electric vehicle and some history
1. The energy intensity and Energy Efficiency details that you have to know
2. Electric vehicle is a renewable energy source.( National academy of Engineering
3. In the 18 century, this country used to have very clean environment until the train in Coal energy has been found. ( Kirsch)
4. If everyone using a electric car, it is like riding horses on the road which is a very clean transportation.
1. I wish everyone would live longer without and any lung problem, because lung problem would be the worst thing to experience, avoid it in any cost.
2. Using electric vehicle will not only protect the environment, but also save your money
E & FN SPON (2009). Urban Traffic pollution. Retrieved July 8, 2009, from
W.T. STURGES (2004). Pollution of the arctic Atmosphere
NATIONAL ACADEMY OF ENGINEERING (2002).Energy Futures And Urban Air Pollution
The ELECTRIC VEHICLE AND THE BURDEN HISTORY. (1999).
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Essay Instructions: Based on research obtained through Greencarcongress.com, EVWorld.com, and other internet sources, discuss the Battery Electric (BEV) and Plug-in Hybrid Electric vehicles (PHEVs) that will soon be or are now available from manufacturers worldwide. Do these ventures represent, in your view, true industrial efforts, or are they simply green-wash from major car manufacturers, or stock market promotions from minor ones? Discuss the market potential of these vehicles as suggested by currently available and widely discussed surveys and forecasts (J.D.Power, Bloomberg New Energy Finance, Ford, etc.) Should these surveys and forecasts be relied upon, or are they unreliable for reasons of conflicts of interest, over-caution, lack of imagination, etc.? In your judgment, what is the potential for these cars? Will these new vehicles constitute disruptive technologies, or are they inadequate to the requirements of a transformation out of fossil fuels? Nearly all of the announced vehicles use Lithium Ion batteries of one form or another
To the writer:
Please use the internet sources Greencarcongress.com and EVWorld.com and any other internet source you can use to help with this research. Other sources will be helpful. Also please cite these sources.
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Essay Instructions: Requesting writer with username: excellencio
Tesla Motors is a unique company that manufacturers automobiles that run 100 percent on electricity. The company has received a lot of attention in the media. In spite of loans from the federal government and various tax advantages given to alternative fuel vehicle manufacturers, the company has had huge ups and downs and has come close to bankruptcy at least once. However, it has recently had enough success to repay a large loan from the government.
Initially Tesla only produced expensive sports cars that only the very rich could afford, but the company is now expanding into producing more cost-effective vehicles. In spite of recent successes, Tesla does face many hurdles. It is a relatively small company compared to the world?s major auto manufacturers. It faces competition from hybrid vehicles that are much cheaper, such as the Toyota Prius. Nissan has even come out with a relatively inexpensive fully electric vehicle?the Leaf.
Consumers may also be unwilling to face the inconvenience of a fully electric vehicle. There are few recharging stations compared with gas stations in the United States, and it takes far longer to recharge an electric vehicle than to fill a vehicle up with gas. So while there is large public support for environmentally friendly vehicles that will lower our dependence on foreign oil, Tesla faces many obstacles and must carefully plan its future in order to compete with the large auto companies and expand its consumer base.
Do some research on Tesla and the market for electric vehicles and see what you can find regarding Tesla?s strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats. Here are a couple of articles to get you started:
Tilley, P. (2014, Feb 20). Tesla Motors offers the epitome of automobile innovation. The Dispatch[Available on ProQuest]
Rechtin, M. (2014). Tesla's biggest test. Automotive News, 88(6603). [ProQuest]
Mandel, D. (2013). The great Tesla bubble. Automotive News, 88(6590) [Available on ProQuest]
Once you have completed your research, write a 4- to 5-page paper addressing the following items:
Conduct a SWOT analysis of Tesla Motors with specific discussion about what you think are the main strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats facing Tesla.
Based on your SWOT analysis, give some recommendation for some specific steps Tesla should take in order to grow and remain competitive.
SWOT= Strengths, Weaknesses, Oppurtunity, Threats
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