What obstacles do you think she may face?

 
Your coworker has just been promoted to a new position in which she should have at least a basic understanding of accounting. You are worried that she may not be able to perform her new duties, as she does not understand the concepts and principles of accounting. During lunch one day, you ask her if she feels like she can perform all the responsibilities of her new job. She replies, “How hard can it be? All you have to do is enter the data into the computer and the computer will put the data where it belongs.”
Based on what you have learned up to this point, answer the following questions:
How hard do you think it will be for her to perform her duties if she doesn’t understand accounting?
What obstacles do you think she may face?
What recommendations do you have for her?

Write a 500 -word summary of how the reports for parts i, ii, and iii of the clc assignment were influenced by the analysis prepared in previous assignments your clc group has completed in the course.

Use the work you completed for PartsI – Marketing Expenses versus Rival Firms, Perceptual Map andDiagramming Existing and Proposed Organizational .
Write a 500 -word summary of how the reports for Parts I, II, and III of the CLC assignment were influenced by the analysis prepared in previous assignments your CLC group has completed in the course.
Without prematurely determining and formalizing strategic goals and objectives, begin thinking about possible strategies to capitalize and add value to the organization based on the analysis of this information.

Discuss the consequences of not establishing a code of ethics. 

 
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) released its final rule to implement a code of ethics under SOX Title 404. The stock exchanges have proposed that each company listed on the exchanges publish its code of ethics.
Discuss how disclosures of a code of ethics by senior management could have a positive effect on public confidence and influence investors’ behavior. Discuss the consequences of not establishing a code of ethics. Support your position.
Evaluate the importance of senior management in setting the tone for the application of the company’s code of ethics and promoting positive employee behavior, improved decision making, or the willingness to report unethical behavior of coworkers.
Recommend at least two policies that might encourage employees to report unethical behavior.
Respond:
 
I pointed out in the most recent writing assignment that the 2022 ACFE Report to the Nations on occupational fraud shows that 42% of all frauds are detected through company hotlines (ACFE, 1). The next most common method of detection is internal audit, which uncovered 16% of reported fraud, making the hotline the most effective method of detection by a huge margin (ACFE, 1). The 2022 report also shoes that companies with tip hotlines in place had half the median losses of companies without hotlines, most likely due to that organizations with hotlines available detected frauds much earlier than organizations without hotlines (ACFE, 1).
Reporting Hotlines and other anonymous reporting options have been the most effective fraud detection tools consistently over time. In addition to options for anonymous reporting methods such as hotlines, other policies that are effective include periodic training on the reporting options and surrounding policies, which increases the likelihood that employees will report on unethical behavior.  
Another effective policy is to emphasize protection for whistleblowers. Employees will be much less likely to reporting unethical or fraudulent behavior if they fear retaliation from management or colleagues. The policies concerning whistleblowers should be included in training. The Sarbanes Oxley Act, Section 806 “Protection for Employees of Publicly Traded Companies Who Provide Evidence of Fraud” contains legal protections for whistleblowers, however, company level policies that protect employees for situations not covered by this can help encourage tips earlier and on a larger range of problematic behavior.

Which of the two companies has the highest p/e ratio, eps, and dividend per share?

Find the price to earnings (P/E) ratio, earnings per share (EPS), and dividend per share for TESLA for the last three years. Then, compare that information to its closest industry competitor. Which of the two companies has the highest P/E ratio, EPS, and dividend per share? How do those two companies compare to its industry? (Hint: Finviz is one of many helpful resources when looking for P/E, EPS, and dividend information.)
Find the annual growth rate for TESLA for the last three years, as it relates to revenue % and net income %, using the year over year (YOY) data. Then, compare that information to its closest industry competitor. Which one of the two companies has the better annual growth rate? Based on the company with the more favorable annual growth rate, as it relates to revenue % and net income %, what are the drivers to the growth? (Hint: Morningstar.com is a great resource for these growth rates. Find your stock, select Valuation, and scroll to the bottom to Key Statistics.)

Identify the following items:

Unit IV Research Report
Instructions
International versus U.S. Accounting Standards
For this assignment, you will research and compare international and U.S. accounting standards. This will enable you to see how the different reporting methods affect business and how product costs are affected by international business.The learning objectives of this report are as follows:
Compare and contrast basic U.S. and international financial accounting standards.
Explain how key international factors affect business reporting.
Identify key compliance and regulatory requirements.
Using the  Unit IV Research Report Template , prepare a four- to five-page written report with at least three scholarly sources covering the items listed below.
Introduction
Part 1: Select financial statements for two related (e.g., computer manufactures, pharmaceutical companies, cell phone companies, etc.) businesses; one that uses U.S. accounting reporting and the other that uses international accounting reporting. Identify the following items:
Provide the name, location, and accounting standards used for each business.
Compare and contrast three major differences you see in the way the financial data is presented on the financial statements.
Identify which set of financial statements you think is the easiest to understand and provides you with most accurate cost data as a manager. (Do not forget to look at the notes to the financial statements also.)
Part 2: Analyze and discuss three international factors you think would affect the cost of the products made at the companies you selected and why.
Part 3: Discuss any compliance and/or regulatory issues you think would be involved in the companies you have selected as they relate to the cost of the products made. For example, are there strict regulations on product pricing, tariffs imposed on raw materials needed to make the products, or strict regulations on the wages paid to workers?
Conclusion and Recommendations
Be sure to use APA formatting throughout and reach out to the Writing Center or the Library for assistance with research, writing, and formatting. Include at least two of your scholarly resources from the CSU Online Library in your report.

How do you think you will use cost-volume-profit analysis techniques in your career to make strategic business decisions?your journal entry must be at least 200 words in length.

Unit III Journal
Instructions
How do you think you will use cost-volume-profit analysis techniques in your career to make strategic business decisions?Your journal entry must be at least 200 words in length. No references or citations are necessary.
Unit IV Journal
Instructions
How do you think you would use activity-based costing in your future career?Your journal entry must be at least 200 words in length. No references or citations are necessary.

How might you apply kohn’s work to your workplace and career development?

Q1
Check out Gallup’s website: https://www.gallup.com/home.aspx
Select one of their articles or reports and share what you found holds most value for your career. 
Q2
Kohn’s recommendation was to focus on choice, collaboration, and content (whether in the workplace or in the classroom).   Read Kohn’s article and visit this section of his website: https://www.alfiekohn.org/business/
How does Kohn’s research compare and contrast with our HRM textbook?  Your personal experience?  How might you apply Kohn’s work to your workplace and career development?
Kohn, A. (1993, September/October). Why incentive plans cannot work. Harvard Business Review, 71(5), 54-63
Q3
Kohn’s recommendation was to focus on choice, collaboration, and content (whether in the workplace or in the classroom).   Read Kohn’s article and visit this section of his website: https://www.alfiekohn.org/business/
How does Kohn’s research compare and contrast with our HRM textbook?  Your personal experience?  How might you apply Kohn’s work to your workplace and career development?
Kohn, A. (1993, September/October). Why incentive plans cannot work. Harvard Business Review, 71(5), 54-63.