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Education Paper : Participants will keep an online Gifted Learner Reflection Journal to periodically summarize, analyze, synthesize and reflect on what they have learned and the learning process. Journal entries may explain a ‘big idea,’ concept or issue in the course that has impacted their thinking and reflect on how it will influence their practice as an educator going forward. They may also reflect on how their ideas and opinions evolved as a result of course activities and what they are learning from other class members.

Participants will keep an online Gifted Learner Reflection Journal to periodically summarize, analyze, synthesize and reflect on what they have learned and the learning process. Journal entries may explain a ‘big idea,’ concept or issue in the course that has impacted their thinking and reflect on how it will influence their practice as an educator going forward. They may also reflect on how their ideas and opinions evolved as a result of course activities and what they are learning from other class members.

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LEARNING OUTCOMES, LEARNING ASSESSMENT, AND STANDARDS : For this question, you will begin constructing the Assessment of Learning Plan. Your plan will include a scholarly paper that outlines an assessment plan you design (which you will write in two parts) as well as an Assessment Plan Proposal—a real-world, on-the-job, practical assessment plan that you are encouraged to propose.  What will you ask students about related to the outcome? What will you repeatedly measure? There should be good evidence in your strategy of how the student will achieve the outcome (Educational Standards Authority, n.d.). For example, learning outcome one, students will identify current trends. Could your assessment strategy then be for students to complete a one minute paper listing as many trends as they can?  First, keeping in mind that you will be proposing this Assessment of Learning Plan to decision-makers who will consider whether to implement and fund your plan, you will develop an introduction that concisely summarizes the program, course, department, or learning experience you have selected. The introduction will be followed by an assessment plan overview, in which you will explain how you propose to apply Suskie’s cycle of assessment to your Assessment of Learning Plan to assess the learning outcomes of students or trainees in a specific learning situation.   The Four-Step Teaching-Learning-Assessment Process  1.  Establish clear, observable expected goals for student learning  2. Ensure that students have sufficient opportunities to achieve those goals  3. Systematically gather, analyze, and interpret evidence of how well student learning meets those goals 4. Use the resulting information to understand and improve student learning Suskie, Linda. Assessing Student Learning : A Common Sense Guide, John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated, 2018.  After the introduction and overview, you will present the first three sections of the scholarly paper—your Assessment of Learning Plan. Learning Outcomes: The learning outcomes students are expected to achieve. Assessment Strategies: The strategies you will use to measure individual student achievement of the learning outcomes. Standards: The standards and/or targets you will use to define successful achievement of the students/trainees as a whole. In each of these sections, you will present a concise summary (or list, as appropriate), followed by an academic argument that explains the reasons—your rationale—for the decisions you made in each section of the proposed plan. Your explanations must be well supported by the literature we have read. To make a persuasive academic argument for each of your sections, you will establish your credibility by using and citing scholarly sources. Instructions Construct the following components of your Assessment of Learning Plan to assess the learning outcomes of students or trainees in a specific learning situation and an academic argument for the decisions you make for each of the components. Use and cite the readings to support each of the decisions you have made in the design of your plan. Provide a list of references from the readings that you use. Be sure to apply the submission requirements described below. Introduction: First, write a concise summary of the program, course, department, or experience that you have selected, keeping in mind how much information the decision-maker to whom you will present your proposed plan needs. Assessment Plan Overview: This section will include a brief persuasive argument regarding the purpose of assessing student learning, followed by a discussion of the four-step cycle of assessment that will guide your plan to assess the learning outcomes of students or trainees in a specific learning situation.  The table will include three columns (one each for learning outcomes, assessment strategies, and standards) and will clearly demonstrate how each learning outcome will be measured. (Be sure to consult your APA manual for how to format a table.) Learning Outcomes: Under the heading “Learning Outcomes,” present the learning outcomes students or trainees are expected to achieve. You may want to use a list for this. (Refer to your APA manual for how to format headings and subheadings, as well as how to format a list). Then, under the sub-heading “Academic Argument for Learning Outcomes,” present an academic argument for the importance of learning outcomes, as well as your specific learning outcomes, using and citing the readings to support the decisions you made. Assessment Strategies: Under the next heading, “Assessment Strategies,” present the assessment instruments or strategies you will use to assess achievement of each of the student/trainee learning outcomes. (Again, you may want to include an APA-formatted list for this). Be sure to clearly identify which assessment strategy will be used to assess each learning outcome. Then, under the sub-heading “Academic Argument for Assessment Strategies,” present an academic argument for the importance of assessing student learning, as well as why you chose each of these assessment instruments/strategies to measure student achievement of learning outcomes. Explain how each instrument is appropriate to measure achievement of the learning goals and using and citing the readings. Standards: Under the final heading, “Standards,” present the standards/benchmarks you developed for achievement of each of the learning outcomes. Then, under the subheading “Academic Argument for Standards,” present an academic argument for the value of standards, as well as an explanation for why you set the standards you did, referencing the assessment literature to support the decisions you made. Do not write a conclusion to your paper at this time. You will develop the remaining components of your Assessment of Learning Plan, and will combine those components with this assignment to form your complete scholarly paper. Submission Requirements Your submission should meet the following requirements: Written communication: Written communication is free of errors that detract from the overall message. APA formatting: Paper, resources, and citations are formatted according to current APA Style and Formatting. Length: 4–7 pages, double-spaced with headings and sub-headings. Font and font size: Times New Roman, 12 points.

For this question, you will begin constructing the Assessment of Learning Plan. Your plan will include a scholarly paper that outlines an assessment plan you design (which you will write in two parts) as well as an Assessment Plan Proposal—a real-world, on-the-job, practical assessment plan that you are encouraged to propose.  What will you ask students about related to the outcome? What will you repeatedly measure? There should be good evidence in your strategy of how the student will achieve the outcome (Educational Standards Authority, n.d.). For example, learning outcome one, students will identify current trends. Could your assessment strategy then be for students to complete a one minute paper listing as many trends as they can? 
First, keeping in mind that you will be proposing this Assessment of Learning Plan to decision-makers who will consider whether to implement and fund your plan, you will develop an introduction that concisely summarizes the program, course, department, or learning experience you have selected. The introduction will be followed by an assessment plan overview, in which you will explain how you propose to apply Suskie’s cycle of assessment to your Assessment of Learning Plan to assess the learning outcomes of students or trainees in a specific learning situation.  
The Four-Step Teaching-Learning-Assessment Process 
1.  Establish clear, observable expected goals for student learning 
2. Ensure that students have sufficient opportunities to achieve those goals 
3. Systematically gather, analyze, and interpret evidence of how well student learning meets those goals
4. Use the resulting information to understand and improve student learning
Suskie, Linda. Assessing Student Learning : A Common Sense Guide, John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated, 2018. 
After the introduction and overview, you will present the first three sections of the scholarly paper—your Assessment of Learning Plan.

Learning Outcomes: The learning outcomes students are expected to achieve.
Assessment Strategies: The strategies you will use to measure individual student achievement of the learning outcomes.
Standards: The standards and/or targets you will use to define successful achievement of the students/trainees as a whole.

In each of these sections, you will present a concise summary (or list, as appropriate), followed by an academic argument that explains the reasons—your rationale—for the decisions you made in each section of the proposed plan. Your explanations must be well supported by the literature we have read. To make a persuasive academic argument for each of your sections, you will establish your credibility by using and citing scholarly sources.
Instructions
Construct the following components of your Assessment of Learning Plan to assess the learning outcomes of students or trainees in a specific learning situation and an academic argument for the decisions you make for each of the components. Use and cite the readings to support each of the decisions you have made in the design of your plan. Provide a list of references from the readings that you use. Be sure to apply the submission requirements described below.

Introduction: First, write a concise summary of the program, course, department, or experience that you have selected, keeping in mind how much information the decision-maker to whom you will present your proposed plan needs.
Assessment Plan Overview: This section will include a brief persuasive argument regarding the purpose of assessing student learning, followed by a discussion of the four-step cycle of assessment that will guide your plan to assess the learning outcomes of students or trainees in a specific learning situation.  The table will include three columns (one each for learning outcomes, assessment strategies, and standards) and will clearly demonstrate how each learning outcome will be measured. (Be sure to consult your APA manual for how to format a table.)
Learning Outcomes: Under the heading “Learning Outcomes,” present the learning outcomes students or trainees are expected to achieve. You may want to use a list for this. (Refer to your APA manual for how to format headings and subheadings, as well as how to format a list). Then, under the sub-heading “Academic Argument for Learning Outcomes,” present an academic argument for the importance of learning outcomes, as well as your specific learning outcomes, using and citing the readings to support the decisions you made.
Assessment Strategies: Under the next heading, “Assessment Strategies,” present the assessment instruments or strategies you will use to assess achievement of each of the student/trainee learning outcomes. (Again, you may want to include an APA-formatted list for this). Be sure to clearly identify which assessment strategy will be used to assess each learning outcome. Then, under the sub-heading “Academic Argument for Assessment Strategies,” present an academic argument for the importance of assessing student learning, as well as why you chose each of these assessment instruments/strategies to measure student achievement of learning outcomes. Explain how each instrument is appropriate to measure achievement of the learning goals and using and citing the readings.
Standards: Under the final heading, “Standards,” present the standards/benchmarks you developed for achievement of each of the learning outcomes. Then, under the subheading “Academic Argument for Standards,” present an academic argument for the value of standards, as well as an explanation for why you set the standards you did, referencing the assessment literature to support the decisions you made.

Do not write a conclusion to your paper at this time. You will develop the remaining components of your Assessment of Learning Plan, and will combine those components with this assignment to form your complete scholarly paper.
Submission Requirements
Your submission should meet the following requirements:

Written communication: Written communication is free of errors that detract from the overall message.
APA formatting: Paper, resources, and citations are formatted according to current APA Style and Formatting.
Length: 4–7 pages, double-spaced with headings and sub-headings.
Font and font size: Times New Roman, 12 points.

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Martha please assist me with, Research Paper Part I (Problem Statement). Please include Research question. : Research Paper Part I (Problem Statement) (Due. W7) Purpose: Students will: (1) explore practice interests to inform the development of research questions; and, (2) critically analyze published research as a guide to social work practice. This assignment is intended to help you develop knowledge and build skills in the area of using existing research evidence to inform your social work practice. More specifically, by completing this assignment, you will have the opportunity to demonstrate knowledge, skills, and abilities in these key areas: Understanding the scientific      process and the use of scientific language in applied social science, as      well as a basic understanding of how to use research to inform and guide      social work practice. Understanding methods used      in inquiry related to both the development and testing of theory.  Ability to formulate      research questions addressing social work practice and/or the social and      economic wellbeing of clients and communities, and select appropriate      methods given those questions. Ability to review,      analyze, and critique published research, including the ability to      identify, compare, and contrast qualitative and quantitative designs and      methods. Ability to identify gaps      in the knowledge base and critically analyze the use of practice wisdom to      inform future research questions and studies to help fill those gaps. Directions:  Select an area of interest in social work practice and/or related to the social and economic well-being of a particular group of people within the larger population. Provide a brief but concise overview of your chosen topic including: Statement of area of interest Nature and scope of related problems or challenges in your area of interest  Historical development of problem definition, practice approaches, and related policies Contextual and societal factors that influence social work responses in the area of interest Summary that includes a clearly written problem statement and at least one operationally defined      research question.  The instructor will provide feedback for students to further improve the paper. Based on feedback, you use Part I as the first 4 pages of the final writing assignment (Part II).  Format and other requirement: Assignment #4a, Part I should be no more than 4 type written pages, 12-point Times New Roman font, double spaced. Citing sources of information is required in this assignment. Be sure to provide full APA formatted references. Provide citations and abstracts for at least 3 empirical studies. Required Textbook(s): Rubin, A. & Babbie, E. (2016). Essential Research Methods for Social Work (4th ed.). Boston, MA: Cengage Learning.

Research Paper Part I (Problem Statement) (Due. W7)
Purpose: Students will: (1) explore practice interests to inform the development of research questions; and, (2) critically analyze published research as a guide to social work practice. This assignment is intended to help you develop knowledge and build skills in the area of using existing research evidence to inform your social work practice. More specifically, by completing this assignment, you will have the opportunity to demonstrate knowledge, skills, and abilities in these key areas:

Understanding the scientific      process and the use of scientific language in applied social science, as      well as a basic understanding of how to use research to inform and guide      social work practice.
Understanding methods used      in inquiry related to both the development and testing of theory. 
Ability to formulate      research questions addressing social work practice and/or the social and      economic wellbeing of clients and communities, and select appropriate      methods given those questions.
Ability to review,      analyze, and critique published research, including the ability to      identify, compare, and contrast qualitative and quantitative designs and      methods.
Ability to identify gaps      in the knowledge base and critically analyze the use of practice wisdom to      inform future research questions and studies to help fill those gaps.

Directions: 
Select an area of interest in social work practice and/or related to the social and economic well-being of a particular group of people within the larger population. Provide a brief but concise overview of your chosen topic including:

Statement of area of interest
Nature and scope of related problems or challenges in your area of interest 
Historical development of problem definition, practice approaches, and related policies
Contextual and societal factors that influence social work responses in the area of interest
Summary that includes a clearly written problem statement and at least one operationally defined      research question. 
The instructor will provide feedback for students to further improve the paper. Based on feedback, you use Part I as the first 4 pages of the final writing assignment (Part II). 

Format and other requirement: Assignment #4a, Part I should be no more than 4 type written pages, 12-point Times New Roman font, double spaced. Citing sources of information is required in this assignment. Be sure to provide full APA formatted references.

Provide citations and abstracts for at least 3 empirical studies.

Required Textbook(s):

Rubin, A. & Babbie, E. (2016). Essential Research Methods for Social Work (4th ed.). Boston, MA: Cengage Learning.

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HRMN Discussion Questions : Discussion  One:  Explain the difference between performance management and performance appraisals and discuss the components of a performance management process. How does  performance management provide strategic value to the organization? Share an example of an employee performance goal that is aligned with an organizational performance need. Explain how performance feedback can be delivered to motivate employees and enhance performance. Discuss some strategies for managing poor performance and how and when you would use development plans to improve performance issues. Be sure to provide the references for the sources of the information you used including the material provided in the classroom. Discussion Two: Focus on Analytics “With the additional responsibilities of being a strategic business partner, the modern HR function now faces greater pressure to make sound and impactful decisions. As a result, data-driven decisions have become an integral part of effective strategic HRM. To achieve strategic objectives and a competitive advantage, a growing number of organizations collect, analyze, and interpret data via HR information systems and HR analytics. More specifically, technological advances have made it easier to capture and store HR data in HR information systems, and using HR analytics, these data can be used to improve HR systems, policies, and practices and, as a result, the performance and viability of the organization. HR analysts test hypotheses to determine the best ways to manage people within the organization—or in other words, to arrive at data-driven decisions that bring the organization one step closer to meeting strategic objectives” (Bauer et al, 2018, p. 42). Bauer, T., Erdogan, B., Caughlin, D., & Truxillo, D. (2018). Human Resource Management: People, Data, and Analytics.  SAGE Publications.  With this in mind, study the data collection in the attached spreadsheet. Then study the slides showing how to correlate one variable with another. Lastly, complete the activity on slide 3. Attached your spreadsheet with your explanation of the results.

Discussion  One: 

Explain the difference between performance management and performance appraisals and discuss the components of a performance management process. How does  performance management provide strategic value to the organization? Share an example of an employee performance goal that is aligned with an organizational performance need.
Explain how performance feedback can be delivered to motivate employees and enhance performance. Discuss some strategies for managing poor performance and how and when you would use development plans to improve performance issues.

Be sure to provide the references for the sources of the information you used including the material provided in the classroom.
Discussion Two: Focus on Analytics
“With the additional responsibilities of being a strategic business partner, the modern HR function now faces greater pressure to make sound and impactful decisions. As a result, data-driven decisions have become an integral part of effective strategic HRM. To achieve strategic objectives and a competitive advantage, a growing number of organizations collect, analyze, and interpret data via HR information systems and HR analytics. More specifically, technological advances have made it easier to capture and store HR data in HR information systems, and using HR analytics, these data can be used to improve HR systems, policies, and practices and, as a result, the performance and viability of the organization. HR analysts test hypotheses to determine the best ways to manage people within the organization—or in other words, to arrive at data-driven decisions that bring the organization one step closer to meeting strategic objectives” (Bauer et al, 2018, p. 42).
Bauer, T., Erdogan, B., Caughlin, D., & Truxillo, D. (2018). Human Resource Management: People, Data, and Analytics.  SAGE Publications. 
With this in mind, study the data collection in the attached spreadsheet. Then study the slides showing how to correlate one variable with another. Lastly, complete the activity on slide 3. Attached your spreadsheet with your explanation of the results.

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HRMN 400 – Performance Management – Due Friday 2/12 : Please see the discussion questions below. All questions must be answered independently (discussion 1 – question 1, question 2 / discussion 2 – question 1) using the attached week 5 course resources and APA in-text/reference page. Must include an in-text citation for all 3 sets of questions. Answers must be thorough (1 page per question = 3 pages), include slide 3 activity, and must cite course resources.  Discussion One:  a. Explain the difference between performance management and performance appraisals and discuss the components of a      performance management process. How does performance management provide strategic value to the organization? Share an example of an employee performance goal that is aligned with an organizational performance need. b. Explain how performance feedback can be delivered to motivate employees and enhance performance. Discuss some strategies for managing poor performance and how and when you would use development plans to improve performance issues. Be sure to provide the references for the sources of the information you used including the material provided in the classroom. Discussion Two: Focus on Analytics “With the additional responsibilities of being a strategic business partner, the modern HR function now faces greater pressure to make sound and impactful decisions. As a result, data-driven decisions have become an integral part of effective strategic HRM. To achieve strategic objectives and competitive advantage, a growing number of organizations collect, analyze, and interpret data via HR information systems and HR analytics. More specifically, technological advances have made it easier to capture and store HR data in HR information systems and using HR analytics, these data can be used to improve HR systems, policies, and practices and, as a result, the performance and viability of the organization. HR analysts test hypotheses to determine the best ways to manage people within the organization—or in other words, to arrive at data-driven decisions that bring the organization one step closer to meeting strategic objectives” (Bauer et al, 2018, p. 42). Bauer, T., Erdogan, B., Caughlin, D., & Truxillo, D. (2018). Human Resource Management: People, Data, and Analytics.  SAGE Publications.  a. With this in mind, study the data collection in the attached spreadsheet. Then study the slides showing how to correlate one variable with another. Lastly, complete the activity on slide 3. Attached your spreadsheet with your explanation of the results.

Please see the discussion questions below. All questions must be answered independently (discussion 1 – question 1, question 2 / discussion 2 – question 1) using the attached week 5 course resources and APA in-text/reference page. Must include an in-text citation for all 3 sets of questions. Answers must be thorough (1 page per question = 3 pages), include slide 3 activity, and must cite course resources. 
Discussion One: 
a. Explain the difference between performance management and performance appraisals and discuss the components of a      performance management process. How does performance management provide strategic value to the organization? Share an example of an employee performance goal that is aligned with an organizational performance need.
b. Explain how performance feedback can be delivered to motivate employees and enhance performance. Discuss some strategies for managing poor performance and how and when you would use development plans to improve performance issues.
Be sure to provide the references for the sources of the information you used including the material provided in the classroom.
Discussion Two: Focus on Analytics
“With the additional responsibilities of being a strategic business partner, the modern HR function now faces greater pressure to make sound and impactful decisions. As a result, data-driven decisions have become an integral part of effective strategic HRM. To achieve strategic objectives and competitive advantage, a growing number of organizations collect, analyze, and interpret data via HR information systems and HR analytics. More specifically, technological advances have made it easier to capture and store HR data in HR information systems and using HR analytics, these data can be used to improve HR systems, policies, and practices and, as a result, the performance and viability of the organization. HR analysts test hypotheses to determine the best ways to manage people within the organization—or in other words, to arrive at data-driven decisions that bring the organization one step closer to meeting strategic objectives” (Bauer et al, 2018, p. 42).
Bauer, T., Erdogan, B., Caughlin, D., & Truxillo, D. (2018). Human Resource Management: People, Data, and Analytics.  SAGE Publications. 
a. With this in mind, study the data collection in the attached spreadsheet. Then study the slides showing how to correlate one variable with another. Lastly, complete the activity on slide 3. Attached your spreadsheet with your explanation of the results.

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Read the article attached and write a detailed summary of 1700 words plus answer the questions listed. : 1. Detailed – Comprehensive Summary for THIS article       Your Detailed – Comprehensive Summary for THIS article post should be no less of 1,700 words. . 2. Which are the three most CRITICAL ISSUES of THIS article? Please explain why? and analyze, and discuss in great detail …     For EACH Critical Issue please post at least two strong comprehensive paragraphs . 3. Which are the three most relevant LESSONS LEARNED of THIS article? Please explain why? and analyze, and discuss in great detail …     For EACH Lesson Learned please post at least two strong comprehensive paragraphs . 4. Which are the three most important BEST PRACTICES of THIS article? Please explain why? and analyze, and discuss in great detail …     For EACH Best Practice please post at least two strong comprehensive paragraphs . 5. How can you relate THIS article with the TOPICS COVERED in class? Please explain, analyze, and discuss in great detail … . 6. Do you see any alignment of the concepts described in THIS article  with the class concepts reviewed in class? Which are those alignments  and misalignments? Why? Please explain, analyze, and discuss in great  detail … Reference: Collis, D., & Rukstad, M. G. (2008, April). Can you say what your strategy is? Retrieved February 09, 2021, from https://hbr.org/2008/04/can-you-say-what-your-strategy-is

1. Detailed – Comprehensive Summary for THIS article
      Your Detailed – Comprehensive Summary for THIS article post should be no less of 1,700 words.

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2. Which are the three most CRITICAL ISSUES of THIS article? Please explain why? and analyze, and discuss in great detail …
    For EACH Critical Issue please post at least two strong comprehensive paragraphs
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3. Which are the three most relevant LESSONS LEARNED of THIS article? Please explain why? and analyze, and discuss in great detail …
    For EACH Lesson Learned please post at least two strong comprehensive paragraphs
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4. Which are the three most important BEST PRACTICES of THIS article? Please explain why? and analyze, and discuss in great detail …
    For EACH Best Practice please post at least two strong comprehensive paragraphs
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5. How can you relate THIS article with the TOPICS COVERED in class? Please explain, analyze, and discuss in great detail …
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6. Do you see any alignment of the concepts described in THIS article  with the class concepts reviewed in class? Which are those alignments  and misalignments? Why? Please explain, analyze, and discuss in great  detail …

Reference:
Collis, D., & Rukstad, M. G. (2008, April). Can you say what your strategy is? Retrieved February 09, 2021, from https://hbr.org/2008/04/can-you-say-what-your-strategy-is

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6 Case questions : In the document attached, read pages 742-752 “case 33 ASCENA: ODDS OF SURVIVAL IN SPECIALTY RETAIL?”  and answer the following questions below with no plagiarism in great detail. 5. * Which are the three most Key Problems, Critical, and Strategic Issues of this Strategic Management Business Case?        Please explain why? and analyze, and discuss in great detail … —————————————————————————————————————————- 6. * Key Problems, Critical, and Strategic Issues Analysis        Please explain, analyze, and discuss in great detail EACH Key Problems, Critical, and Strategic Issues —————————————————————————————————————————- 7. * Identification of Alternatives for EACH Key Problem, Critical, and Strategic Issues        At LEAST 3 Bullet Points Alternatives for EACH Key Problem, Critical, and Strategic Issues        Please explain, analyze, and discuss in great detail EACH … —————————————————————————————————————————- 8. * Evaluation of Alternatives for EACH Key Problem, Critical, and Strategic Issues        Please explain, analyze, and discuss in great detail EACH … —————————————————————————————————————————- 9. * Recommended Course of Action        At LEAST 3 Recommended Course of Actions        At LEAST 3 Bullet Points for EACH Recommended Course of Action        Please explain, analyze, and discuss in great detail EACH … —————————————————————————————————————————- 10. * Implementation and Execution Plan for EACH Recommended Course of Action          At LEAST 3 Bullet Points for EACH Recommended Course of Action          Please explain, analyze, and discuss in great detail EACH …

In the document attached, read pages 742-752 “case 33 ASCENA: ODDS OF SURVIVAL IN SPECIALTY RETAIL?”  and answer the following questions below with no plagiarism in great detail.

5. * Which are the three most Key Problems, Critical, and Strategic Issues of this Strategic Management Business Case?

       Please explain why? and analyze, and discuss in great detail …

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6. * Key Problems, Critical, and Strategic Issues Analysis

       Please explain, analyze, and discuss in great detail EACH Key Problems, Critical, and Strategic Issues

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7. * Identification of Alternatives for EACH Key Problem, Critical, and Strategic Issues

       At LEAST 3 Bullet Points Alternatives for EACH Key Problem, Critical, and Strategic Issues

       Please explain, analyze, and discuss in great detail EACH …

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8. * Evaluation of Alternatives for EACH Key Problem, Critical, and Strategic Issues

       Please explain, analyze, and discuss in great detail EACH …

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9. * Recommended Course of Action

       At LEAST 3 Recommended Course of Actions

       At LEAST 3 Bullet Points for EACH Recommended Course of Action

       Please explain, analyze, and discuss in great detail EACH …

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10. * Implementation and Execution Plan for EACH Recommended Course of Action

         At LEAST 3 Bullet Points for EACH Recommended Course of Action

         Please explain, analyze, and discuss in great detail EACH …

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