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Wells fargo fake account scandal

Locate a video on the Wells Fargo Fake Accounts Scandal. You can find many videos on YouTube.

Based on your readings, literature, and/or the Fraud Examiners Manual include the following in your discussion:

  • Post your understanding of the fraud. How was it perpetrated? Explain what types of transactions were part of this fraud
  • What professional ethical standards were violated?
  • Comment on the Wells Fargo corporate culture.  What changes do you think needed to be made
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two discussion posts fraud and forensic accounting course

Topic 1: Requires you to discuss the theory and current techniques used in fraud examination in various types of organizations. Based on authoritative sources (including peer reviewed articles from the library, Fraud Examiners Manual, etc), address the following question:  The Global Fraud Survey of the ACFE describes that most frauds are uncovered through employee whistelblowers.  Why do you think external auditors generally do not uncover fraudulent activities primarily by using their own audit techniques?

Topic 2 Requires you to evaluate fraud schemes  and the internal auditor’s responsibilities in the prevention and detection of financial fraud.

Based on authoritative sources (including peer reviewed articles from the library, Fraud Examiners Manual, etc), address the following question: What’s the internal auditor’s responsibility for the prevention and detection of financial fraud? Is their responsibility different from the external auditors?

 

Requirements:

All posts (both initial and responses) must be substantial (several paragraphs each) and each of your initial posts must be supported by 3 peer reviewed (from the KU library) /authoritative sources, not including the textbook, cited properly in APA format. Responses should have proper support with at least 1 source as applicable.

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Impact of Organizational Structure and Communication

Please attached for the assignment information. let me know if you have any questions.  Thank you

Communication has essential functions in an organization. In fact, most management
problems in organizations are often as a result of poor communication between the leaders and
the employees. Communication is critical in management because it can be used to modify
behavior, convey information, affect change, and facilitate the achievement of organizational
goals and objectives (Mikkelson, York, & Arritola, 2015). It is impossible to separate any
organization from communication because it forms its spine. All tasks in the organization are
accomplished as a result of effective communication methods. The people in management and
the employees at the low levels coordinate as a result of communication. The process of
communication encompasses the sharing of ideas on how people should think and act in the
organization. When there is no communication in a firm, the employees will not be able to know
what needs to be done, the people in management will not understand how the subordinates feel
about the working conditions, and the supervisors will not be able to provide instructions to the
staff.
The research paper intends to investigate the impact of interpersonal communication in
the management of conflict in organizations. The research question will be; how does
interpersonal communication help in the management of conflict in organizations? In answering
the questions, the research discusses the aspects of interpersonal communication, conflict,
conflict and communication, as well as how interpersonal communication is used to resolve
conflicts in the organization. A discussion of interpersonal communication helps in illustrating
its importance while a discussion of conflict and communication will illustrate how

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communication and conflict are aligned. Finally, the paper will discuss the way in which
mangers/leaders employ the use of interpersonal communication in resolving organizational
conflicts.

Networking

Networking for Your Career
Networking is another stepping stone to taking control of your goals for your future. In the modern world, in fact,
networking is becoming more and more important as we are seeing the amazing growth and popularity of many online
networking avenues such as FacebookTM, MyspaceTM, TwitterTM, and LinkedInTM to name just a few. Most of us are
becoming quite familiar with social networking; however, the kind of networking that will be especially important for your
future success is professional networking.
When we talk about professional networking, we are talking about the relationships that you are building with people who
can somehow contribute and support your academic and career success. Maybe your current supervisor realizes that you
are taking online classes in order to advance within the company and has supported you in this endeavor. This supervisor
is an important part of your network. Maybe a classmate who is working on a similar degree program has suggested a
class that you should take. This classmate is an important part of your network. There are many different ways to build a
professional network; however, it takes time and ongoing effort, so it would be a good idea to start building or adding to
your own professional network NOW!

Advantages of Professional Networking
• Career Opportunities

Many jobs are now found through professional networking, so it will be important for you to start building a strong network
of friends and colleagues well before you are ready to make a career change or look for a new job. According to the
United States Department of Labor, approximately 70% of all jobs obtained in the country are secured through
networking.
• Advice and Support

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There are many people out there who have been where you are now. As you add more people to your professional
network, you are also building a strong support base for yourself. It is amazing how many people will be willing to offer
your ideas and insights that will help you to reach your goals.

• Confidence and Trust
As you begin to build a strong network, you are building a foundation for your own success. Your network will consist of
people who support you, people who know what you are capable of, and people you can trust and rely upon.

Powerful Networking Tools
Please explore the following resources to find out about powerful networking tools that are within your reach!

LinkedInTM~ LinkedIn is an amazing online resource that provides a wide variety of networking tools and opportunities.
Read more about LinkedIn at the WorkBloom website.
WorkBloom Networking CenterTM ~ Take a Web Fieldtrip to learn more about building a personal network. Go to
the WorkBloom Networking Center and review the many different networking resources.

Access the Student Life area of the university main page by selecting the Community Center tab located across the top
of your campus page to the right of the My Studies tab. Explore this area to see how you can begin building a network of
classmates, instructors, and professionals by getting involved!
• Clubs and Professional Groups
• Honor Societies
• Personal and Professional Growth Workshops
• Student Organization Fair

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Building Your Professional Network
Use your goal setting and critical thinking skills to begin building or strengthening your professional network now while you
are still in school. Before you know it, you will be completing your degree and focusing on the next stage of your career
development. A strong network of family, friends, relatives, classmates, colleagues, and co-workers will be critical to your
ongoing career success. Use this three-step approach to build your network:
ABC’s of Networking
A. Act Now!
One of the most important things you should understand about the whole networking process is that it is something that
takes time and effort. If you wait to begin building your network, you will be putting yourself at a definite disadvantage.
Start building your network now!
B. Build a Strong Foundation
Even if you do not realize it, your network already exists at least to some extent. However, it will not thrive and flourish
unless you pay close attention to it and care for it. Therefore, it is extremely important that you begin to recognize the
critical elements of your network and to utilize them. You have family members, friends, and relatives who are at the core
or first degree of your network. You now need to make sure this core group is strong and reliable by strengthening your
relationships with members, helping members when you can, and also seeking help from members when you need it.
Remember, a strong network is based on a firm commitment from all members! You should also keep in mind that this
group is the foundation of your network, so you must constantly strive to add to and treat it as the platform upon which
you will build a more expansive network.
C. Concentrate on Future Connections
According to Lisa Chau in her article Networking, Social Media, and the Six Degrees of Separation (2012), one of the
most important elements of networking is the focus on constant expansion. In other words, your network should be in a
constant state of construction, and you should always be looking for ways to build out from your first degree contacts
(friends, family) toward second, third and even fourth degree contacts. Maybe there is a neighbor you waive to as you are
out walking your dog, how might you include this person as a second degree contact?

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Who else might you want to meet or get to know at some point? What kind of people could help you reach your career
goals? These would be your third and fourth degree contacts. Start making a list of future connections now and work with
your first and second degree contacts to build your future connections.
Apply the ABC’s of Networking by completing the following chart. Use this chart as a blueprint for building your
professional network. Your goal should be to continue adding names in all three contact areas and to consistently
increase your strength ratings by concentrating on building stronger contacts.
Seven Practical Steps for Networking
It is not hard to build a professional network, but it does take time, effort, and ongoing commitment. In fact, building a
network is much like growing a tomato plant. In both cases, the first step is to plant the seed (Rothberg, 2013). However,
you cannot stop there or the seed will never sprout and you will never get to reap the benefits of your plant or network.
Really, the hard work comes once the seed is in the ground because it is totally dependent upon you for the care and
nurturing it is going to need in order to grow into something strong.
But what are the seeds of networking, so to speak? How do you get started? Stephen Rothberg, author of Networking for
College Students and Recent Graduates: Top 7 Steps You Can Take Now, offers some practical steps you can take in
order to build or strengthen your professional network:
1. Volunteer Opportunities
Volunteering offers a wonderful opportunity for you to meet and work with people from all different backgrounds and
occupations. Maybe you already work in a volunteer capacity, but you have never thought of it as an opportunity to
network. One of the best ways for people to get to know you is for them to see you in action and this is just what takes
place during any volunteer opportunity.
2. Explore Internship Opportunities
An internship can be a great way to get a preview of the career field you are pursuing, and it can also provide you with
many skills and contacts that will benefit you in the long run. Explore the Web for excellent resources on internships.

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3. Consider Employment Opportunities
Work environments provide some of the most beneficial networking opportunities of all. If you are already working, find
opportunities to network with co-workers, supervisors, and managers. Let the people you work with know that you are going
to school and are serious about making some career advancements. If you do not already work, start thinking about
possible part or full-time opportunities that would help you to build skills and contacts related to your career area.

4. Identify Mentors
A mentor can be anyone who can offer you practical career advice, guidance, and ongoing support. In fact, the person
you select for your informational interview may actually end up being a mentor to you. Think about people you admire,
respect, and trust; these are the kinds of people who can provide strong mentoring relationships. Reach out, ask them for
guidance, and be up front in letting them know that you want to learn from them. Mentoring can be an amazing process!
5. Advisors and Professors
Your advisors and professors generally have a wealth of experience that lies outside of the office or classroom, thus
then can be extremely valuable additions to your networks. Get to know them by asking questions, trusting them, and
seeking advice and guidance.
6. Professional and Organizations
Based on your career choice, become a member of a regional and/or national professional association that will allow you
better network in career field. Example: For a human resources career, you might want to become a member of the
Society for Humana Resources Management (SHRM).
7. Think Networking
Just about anyone you know can be a vital part of your professional network; however, it is likely that you often miss
opportunities to add to your network because you are not ―thinking networking. In other words, you have to let people
know about yourself, your career plans and your educational goals. Once they see where you are headed, they will

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begin to help guide you on your path. Never miss an opportunity to add to your network! That neighbor who walks her
dog and waives at you, may be the best contact you could ever make.

journals

There is two journal each need minimum of one page. 

On January 6, 2021, a mammoth crowd thronged around and sieged the US Capitol in the
attempt to block the certification of Joseph R. Biden as the United States’ 46 th president. The
event started peacefully like any other protest. However, as the occurrence progressed, it turned
messy and violent, creating significant damages (Lepore, 2021). Nevertheless, evidence exhibits
that the event did not occur from the blues. Instead, it was the result of a plan that had started the
previous day, with the former President, Donald Trump calling people to gather at the US
Capitol. Hence, the event was a riot because it entailed violent conduct.
A riot refers to a protest that ends in violence (Hager, Chammah, & Thompson, 2021).
From the stated case, the former United States President, Donald Trump, prepared people to
gather at the US Capitol, intending to halt the confirmation of the Presidency of Joe Biden
(Prabhu et al., 2021). The event started as a protest. However, matters might have gotten out of
hand, resulting in the culmination of the protest to violence. The term ‘riot’ is correct to
understanding the January 6, 2021 event because it initially began as a protest before it turned
violent.
Alternatively, the term ‘conspiracy’ might attempt to describe the occurrences of the US
Capital fracas because the event was a result of prior planning by the former US President,
Donald Trump. However, the term is insufficient because it did not target the United States
(Hager, Chammah, & Thompson, 2021). Instead, it targeted the confirmation of Biden’s
Presidency. As such, it sought to disrupt the work of the electoral body. The event was a riot
because it started as a protest against the confirmation before turning violent.

the instructions post down low named Anth_3_Coyote Wash. Utilized graphs please!!!

Please follow the instructions post down low named Anth_3_Coyote Wash. Utilized graphs please!!! Will tip you if you try hard please!
Also directions and questions is also posted!
Please write like an essay!!!(with figures)
You can see graphs and datas from this link( you can also click Coyote Wash Pueblo on the pdf i provided)
https://archserve.id.ucsb.edu/courses/anth/kennett/pueblo-chron/roomdata.html

This essay involves 2 parts. 1st part is writing an essay, 2nd part is using the provided excel workbook Essay

This essay involves 2 parts. 1st part is writing an essay, 2nd part is using the provided excel workbook Essay. This essay involves 2 parts. 1st part is writing an essay, 2nd part is using the provided excel workbook to develop a business case plan. You must use this workbook as part of the assignment to complete this essay completely. You will submit 1- essay with resources meeting the criteria for a resource stated in the instructions, and 2-the completed workbook. Please read through all attachments, examples, resources, and instructions when completing this project. The 1st assessment is attached with the business case initiative already proposed. You do not need to recreate any of that, it has already been done.

Assessment 2 Instructions: Developing a Business Case
Develop a 4-7-page business case for the initiative you proposed in Assessment 1. Examine feasibility and cost-benefit considerations over a 5-year period, analyze ways to mitigate risks, and complete a cost-benefit analysis.
Introduction
As a master’s-level health care practitioner, you are expected to consider a number of factors when analyzing the feasibility of a new initiative. For example, you must consider the various types of risk (such as patient safety, physical plant, financial, or reputation), as well as the present and future value of the service line or economic opportunity in which you are investing. You must also balance your ethical and moral responsibility to provide quality care to patients and populations with your responsibility to protect your organization’s assets and economic viability in the near and long terms.
Instructions
Develop a business case for the economic initiative you proposed in Assessment 1. Examine the feasibility and cost-benefit considerations of implementing your proposed initiative over the next five years. Analyze ways to mitigate risks and complete a cost-benefit analysis.
The requirements for your business case, outlined below, correspond to the scoring guide criteria, so be sure to address each main point. Read the performance-level descriiptions for each criterion to see how your work will be assessed. In addition, be sure to note the requirements for document format and length and for supporting evidence.
• Analyze the potential economic opportunities and risks associated with your proposed initiative.
• How do the potential opportunities benefit your organization or care setting?
• How could potential risks pose a threat to the financial security of your organization or care setting?
• How do the potential economic opportunities compare to the potential economic risks?
• Propose ethical and culturally sensitive solutions that address the risks associated with your initiative to the future economic security of your organization or care setting.
• Which risks are potentially the most significant for your organization or care setting?
• How could you modify your proposed initiative to mitigate those risks?
• How have other organizations and experts in the field dealt with similar risks?
• How do ethics and equality factor into your proposed solutions?
• Are your solutions unfairly burdening or disadvantaging any specific groups?
• How will this proposal affect community health care delivery outcomes?
• What makes this a great opportunity for economic growth?
• What potential issues should be considered?
• Analyze the economic costs and benefits of your proposed initiative over a five-year period.
• Use the Cost-Benefit Analysis Template [XLSX] for your calculations. Add the worksheet to your business case as an appendix. (attached) Required to use. See example assessment for incorporation into essay.
• Does your analysis warn against specific aspects of your proposed initiative?
• How would you recommend that your findings be incorporated into decisions about the feasibility of your proposed initiative?
• Propose ethical and culturally equitable ways of keeping costs under control, while maximizing the benefits of your initiative.
• What costs are you most likely to be able to control or reduce?
• How would you go about ensuring this?
• How could controlling or reducing these costs affect the benefits of your proposed initiative?
• What strategies could you employ to maintain or maximize these benefits, while controlling or reducing costs?
• How do you plan to ensure that any cost controls or benefit reductions are ethical and equitable?
Justify the relevance and significance of the quantitative and qualitative economic, financial, and scholarly evidence you used to support your business case.
This criterion applies to any evidence you cited throughout your business case. Your evidence should be persuasive, scholarly, and relevant (sources must be within the last 5 years) to your findings, proposals, and recommendations. Consider one or more of the following questions when citing support evidence:
1. How is the evidence relevant to your organization or care setting?
2. How is the evidence relevant to your proposed economic initiative?
3. How does the evidence illustrate a solution that has been successful in the past?
4. How does the evidence illustrate that an initiative or solution is likely to be a net benefit to the organization or care setting?
Write concisely and directly, using active voice.
Proofread your document before you submit it to minimize errors that could distract readers and make it more difficult for them to focus on the substance of your business case.
Apply current APA formatting to in-text citations and references.
Example Assessment: You may use the following to give you an idea of what a Proficient or higher rating on the scoring guide would look like:
Assessment 2 Example [PDF]. attached
ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS
Your assessment should also meet the following requirements:
Format: Format your business case using APA current style. Use the APA Style Paper Tutorial [DOCX] to help you in writing and formatting your business case. Be sure to include:
A title page and references page. An abstract is not required.
Appropriate section headings. The headings should correlate to your grading criterion sections.
Length: Your business case should be 4–7 pages in length, not including the title page and references page.
Supporting evidence: Cite 4–5 authoritative, scholarly, and relevant (sources must be within the last 5 years) resources to support your business case. Be sure that your sources include specific economic data.
Competencies Measured
By successfully completing this assessment, you will demonstrate your proficiency in the following course competencies and assessment scoring guide criteria:
Competency 1: Analyze the effects of financial and economic factors (such as cost-benefit, supply, and demand, return on investment, and risks) in a health care system on patient care, services offered, and organizational structures and operation.
Analyze the potential economic opportunities and risks associated with a proposed initiative.
Analyze the economic costs and benefits of a proposed initiative over a five-year period.
Competency 2: Develop ethical and culturally equitable solutions to economic problems within a health care organization to improve the quality of care and services offered.
Propose ethical and culturally equitable ways of keeping costs under control, while maximizing the benefits of an initiative.
Competency 3: Justify the qualitative and quantitative information used to guide economic decision making to stakeholders and colleagues.
Justify the relevance and significance of the quantitative and qualitative economic, financial, and scholarly evidence used to support a business case.
Competency 4: Develop ethical and culturally equitable economic strategies to address dynamic environmental forces and ensure the future security of an organization’s resources and its ability to provide quality care.
Propose ethical and culturally sensitive solutions that address the risks associated with an initiative to the future economic security of the organization or care setting.
Competency 5: Produce clear, coherent, and professional written work, in accordance with Capella writing standards.
Write concisely and directly using active voice.
Apply APA formatting to in-text citations and references.

This essay involves 2 parts. 1st part is writing an essay, 2nd part is using the provided excel workbook Essay

Papers: Assignments are due on the specified due date. Late papers will only be accepted for full credit in

Papers: Assignments are due on the specified due date. Late papers will only be accepted for full credit in. Papers: Assignments are due on the specified due date. Late papers will only be accepted for full credit in the case
of a family and/or medical emergency or otherwise pre-excused absence, including for University-sponsored
activities; documentation must be provided to the instructor. Missed work should be submitted as soon as is
practicable. If a student knows they will have an excused absence on the day of a deadline, the student is strongly
advised to submit the work before the deadline. Failure to submit a research paper will result in a failing grade.

Rough Draft Paper – Due Date: March 7, 2022 (no later than 11:59pm)
Typewritten paper must be uploaded to “Canvas” as a PDF document, consisting of 3 to 4 pages on Research Paper
topic selected. Rough draft will be critiqued to assist student when submitting final research paper. A paper received
/ uploaded electronically after due date of March 7, 2022 (11:59pm), is considered late; 5 points are deducted per
calendar day (not per class session) paper is late. Failure to submit a rough draft paper results in 0 points earned.

Research Paper – Due Date: April 25, 2022 (no later than 11:59pm)
2000-word paper (7 to 8 pages) on a violent or serious crime topic (related to class topics) you consider the most
important in America today. Unacceptable topics: single case studies, book reviews, white-collar crime, computer
crime, non-crime related topics. Make sure to cover the following in your paper:
• why you consider topic to be most important today, include a historical perspective, if necessary
• use various sources data to support your viewpoint/argument; include local data / information
• give what you see as possible solution(s) to the problem
• utilize at least 5 different types of resources
Upper Division General Education Writing Requirements
• Every upper division General Education course requires a minimum of 2,000 words of writing in original student
text. “2,000 words” translates into approximately 7 to 8 double-spaced typed pages (250-300 words per page),
varying with margins and size and style of font.

The typewritten paper must be uploaded to “Canvas” as a PDF document, maximum 12pt. black color font, double
spaced, properly documented in APA or MLA style (research online style requirements if not familiar with the APA or
MLA formats); formatted with one-inch margins, spell-checked, grammar checked, with “word count,” take note that
reference/source page and/or attachments do not count towards word count. A paper received / uploaded
electronically after April 25, 2022 (11:59pm) is considered late; and 10 points are deducted per calendar day (not per
class session) the paper is late. Not submitting a research paper will result in 0 points earned and failing the class.

Papers: Assignments are due on the specified due date. Late papers will only be accepted for full credit in

(I have done this section already, I will send it and you can write the other two parts based Essay

(I have done this section already, I will send it and you can write the other two parts based Essay. (I have done this section already, I will send it and you can write the other two parts based off on this) Topic and Thesis Proposal: 25 Points
Due 04/25

Requirements:
* 1-2 pages
The author and the source that you will be researching must be clearly stated
You must underline your thesis
You must mention the story’s various elements and literary devices and their impact on the reader.
Assignment:
In this project, you will choose at least one piece of literature from one of the authors we have studied in this class and research the key story elements and literary devices used in these works of literature and the impact they may have on the reader.

Begin this paper by stating the author and work(s) you wish to explore. Next, provide a summary of the short story, novel, or poem and list specific literary devices that you plan to analyze. In this section, you may want to include a brief biography of the author. Next, state your thesis. Do your best to develop this proposal into a full page. Keep in mind, your thesis will go through a state of evolution throughout this project. Be that as it may, consider that the majority of this proposal could function as an introduction to your final project. What is most important at this point, however, is that you are thorough in your exploration, and your proposal flows clearly from beginning to end. A list of potential authors is below:

Earnest Hemingway

Raymond Carver

John Steinbeck

Shirley Jackson

James Baldwin

Research Report: 25 points
Due 05/06 (Please turn in 4 pages by this date, the 4 pages can be used in the final draft that is due on the 13th which should be at least 8 pages)

Requirements:
4 pages minimum
At least 5 sources properly cited in MLA format.
Sources must be cited on a works cited page.
All sources on the works cited page must be cited in the paper.

Assignment:
In this report, you will write a mini-research paper. Include at least 5 of your sources, mentioning at least the authors of the text, what’s discussed in the text, and the pages where you found this material (if possible).

In order to be successful on this portion of the project, it is essential that you have already spent some quality time researching your topic, and you have obtained some various materials from the library databases. Also, make sure your research report is organized and clearly flows. Keep in mind, that you could use the majority of this report in your final paper. You may include your topic and thesis proposal in this report, and it will count as a page. You must also include a works cited page, but that doesn’t count as one of your 4 pages.

Research Paper: 100 Points
Due 05/13

Requirements:
8-10 pages
At least 6 sources, cited on works cited page, and cited in the text of your paper
MLA format including a work cited list in alphabetical order and parenthetical documentations.
You must underline your thesis
You must quote from your primary text in every body paragraph.
All sources on the works cited list must also be directly cited within the body of the paper.

Assignment:
In this paper, you will take at least five of your secondary sources and at least one primary source and incorporate them into your paper to support your analysis. There must be a direct correlation between what you incorporate into your text and what appears in your works cited list.

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I have attached my research proposal, kindly review/add/change what is necessary. There might not be a need to completely

I have attached my research proposal, kindly review/add/change what is necessary. There might not be a need to completely. I have attached my research proposal, kindly review/add/change what is necessary. There might not be a need to completely redo my research paper as I already have a research proposal, however, kindly see the screenshots of the criteria, requirements, formats and
execute the report accordingly and precisely following each step, including table of contents and abstract. I have got 1500 words for my attached research proposal, the final report must be 2200. You may conduct your personal research and include necessary findings for this report.

I have attached my research proposal, kindly review/add/change what is necessary. There might not be a need to completely