Entries by Daniel

Why strategy implementation is so difficult for companies to achieve

Module 5: Discussion Question #5 Portfolio Management for Strategy Implementation Many companies succeed in developing a solid strategy, but fail to deliver on the promise of that strategy. Why do you think strategy implementation is so difficult for companies to achieve?  Given what you now know about how project management can support implementation of strategy, […]

Project Management: Building and Executing Strategy – Scenario 3

Project Management: Building and Executing Strategy – Scenario 3 STUDENT ASSIGNMENTS By James Patsalides   The Portfolio Revisited The weighting of key performance indicators (KPIs) is fundamental to the prioritization and decision-making process used by Molson to design the One Company Service Portfolio. One of the strategic (external) risks identified during the planning process was […]

evaluating a piece of music

Please submit your one-page music review here.  If you are unsure of the suitability of piece, please run it by me. Use the “Review template” below for a guide to writing the reviews.  The format is up to you as long as the elements I’m looking for are included in your paper. Please submit papers as either […]

natural monopoly, and dilemma it pose for public policy

Unit 4: Discussion Directions In each unit students relate course materials and instructor notes to module material.  Students are required to make one main post (three to four paragraphs) that addresses the specific discussion by Thursday at 11:59 p.m. CT, and two peer review posts (responses to his or her classmates’ posts that are two to three paragraphs each) by 11:59 p.m. Sunday […]

Two justifications offered by Register and Grimes (2016) for when government should regulate business

Unit 4: Discussion 11 unread reply.99 replies. Directions In each unit students relate course materials and instructor notes to module material.  Students are required to make one main post (three to four paragraphs) that addresses the specific discussion by Thursday at 11:59 p.m. CT, and two peer review posts (responses to his or her classmates’ posts that are two to three paragraphs each) […]

profits, profit maximization and the relation to pricing in a competitive market

Unit 4: Discussion 11 unread reply.99 replies. Directions In each unit students relate course materials and instructor notes to module material.  Students are required to make one main post (three to four paragraphs) that addresses the specific discussion by Thursday at 11:59 p.m. CT, and two peer review posts (responses to his or her classmates’ posts that are two to three paragraphs each) […]

why bigness and monopoly power are not necessarily the same.

Unit 4: Discussion 11 unread reply.99 replies. Directions In each unit students relate course materials and instructor notes to module material.  Students are required to make one main post (three to four paragraphs) that addresses the specific discussion by Thursday at 11:59 p.m. CT, and two peer review posts (responses to his or her classmates’ posts that are two to three paragraphs each) […]

barriers of entry (both private and government), and how do they inhibit the proper functioning of a market

Unit 4: Discussion Directions In each unit students relate course materials and instructor notes to module material.  Students are required to make one main post (three to four paragraphs) that addresses the specific discussion by Thursday at 11:59 p.m. CT, and two peer review posts (responses to his or her classmates’ posts that are two to three paragraphs each) by 11:59 p.m. Sunday […]

relationship of income inequality and ideology

Unit 4: Discussion 11 unread reply.99 replies. Directions In each unit students relate course materials and instructor notes to module material.  Students are required to make one main post (three to four paragraphs) that addresses the specific discussion by Thursday at 11:59 p.m. CT, and two peer review posts (responses to his or her classmates’ posts that are two to three paragraphs each) […]