Use the work completed in Modules One through Three discussions and transfer into the Final Project Presentation Template. This will cover the following critical elements of the final project: Rationale, Location, Country Composition, Values and Communication, Business Etiquette, Sociocultural Environment Observation Deck, Government Ideologies, and Corruption.

Submit the presentation for participation credit and instructor guidance to assist you in completing your final project, which is due in Module Seven. Use the Final Project Guide to assist you in the development of this presentation.

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All organizations are made up of individuals. Understanding how these individuals work, relate, and socialize together is a crucial aspect of forming productive teams. I/O psychologists work with the science of psychology as it applies to organizations and the working world. Personnel psychology is a part of the “industrial” portion of I/O psychology. It studies individual psychological aspects and personality characteristics and how they impact the recruitment and selection process. Proper analysis of these processes may contribute to effective performance in individuals. Many psychological constructs can be related to current and contemporary practices in HR management.

Understanding the relationship between these constructs and the field of HRM is important for the psychological practitioner. The psychological practitioner will evaluate and assess the tools and methods employed by the organizations in which he or she works, within the scope of his or her qualifications and credentials. When making any employment-related decision, psychological practitioners must consider how individual and organizational systems interact, which means striking a balance between the “industrial” and “organizational” sides of an organization. These factors must be considered even when assessing and measuring individual differences. Some of these psychological constructs might include:

  • Motivation.
  • Cognitive ability.
  • Aptitude.
  • Leadership.
  • Personality and individual differences.
  • Person-to-job fit.
  • Person-to-organization fit.

Compare two of these constructs and discuss the theoretical similarities and differences between them. Also, as you write your response, consider and address that although the notion of personnel psychology requires the analysis of individual psychological aspects and personality characteristics, no individual in any human system—including a work organization—operates in a vacuum. So in considering psychological constructs and individual differences, it is essential to address, in context, how the micro (individual) and macro (organizational) levels interact.

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Using Derivatives to Analyze a Natural Gas Investment Morrison Oil and Gas is faced with an interesting investment opportunity. The investment involves the exploration for a significant deposit of natural gas in southeastern Louisiana near Cameron. The area has long been known for its oil and gas production, and the new opportunity involves developing and producing 50,000 cubic feet (MCF) of gas. Natural gas is currently trading at around

Upload in MS Word document an 800-1000 word essay, double-spaced, with proper in-text citations, answering one of the following questions using the Oxtoby readings on Judaism:

1.) Explain how Jewish identity can be based upon religious, cultural, or ethnic elements – or any combination of them.

2.) Describe the experience of visiting B’nai Synagogue. What did you notice about the space? How was it decorated? How was the space organized? How was it being used? Did anything surprise you? What was similar to other religious spaces you have been in? What was different?

3.) How do different Jewish rituals and practices reflect the importance that Judaism attributes to its historical past?

4.) Re-tell the story of Abraham and the binding (almost sacrifice) of Isaac from a 21st century context. Who is Isaac? Who is Abraham? What is his job? Why does he do what he does? Why does he stop? How does Sarah react?

5.) Reflect on one (or more) of the creation narratives we have read and discussed in class–Genesis (Jewish & Christian), Enuma Elish (Babylonian) , Theogony (Greek), and Pyramid Texts (Egyptian). What questions do they answer about why the world is the way it is? What do you find that is true/what do you agree with? What do you disagree with?

6.) Describe and discuss a current event involving Israel or Judaism. How does Biblical history/the Jewish Bible impact or influence what is happening? How do the events of Jewish history and the history of the Middle East impact the present events?

E3-8. The concept of materiality

All large U.S. companies have policies in which all expenditures under a certain dollar amount are expensed. Many of these expenditures are for assets, items that are useful to the company beyond the period in which they were purchased.

  • Explain the proper accounting treatment for expenditures for items that are expected to generate benefits in the future.
  • Explain why it might make economic sense to expense some of these items. Upon what exception to the principles of financial accounting would such a decision be based?

P3-3. The irrelevance of original cost

Three years ago Yeagley and Sons purchased the three assets listed in the following table. The chief financial officer, Kathy Dillon, is presently trying to decide what to do with each asset. She has three choices for each asset: (1) sell it, (2) sell it and replace it with an equivalent asset, or (3) keep it. The following information is provided to aid her decision.

Asset

Original Cost

Replacement Cost

Fair Market Value

Present Value of Future Cash Flows Produced by Old Asset

Present Value of Future Cash Flows of Equivalent Asset

A

$4,000

$1,000

$1,500

$2,500

$5,000

B

 1,500

 2,000

   500

 2,500

 3,500

C

 2,000

 3,500

 3,000

 2,500

 5,000

REQUIRED:

  • Assuming that Kathy chooses to keep Asset A and Asset B and sell and replace Asset C, evaluate her decisions. What decisions should she have made? Support your choices.
  • How useful was the original cost of each asset in the evaluation of Kathy’s decisions?
  • Assume that Kathy proceeds with her decisions. According to generally accepted accounting principles, at what dollar amount would each asset be carried on Yeagley’s balance sheet? What principles of financial accounting would be involved?

ID3-2 Aggressive revenue recognition in the Internet industry

Many Internet firms “gross up” their revenues by reporting the entire sales price a customer pays at their site, when in fact the company keeps only a small percentage of that amount. Take The Priceline Group, Inc., for example, the company made famous by those William Shatner ads about “naming your own price” for airline tickets and hotel rooms. In SEC filings for the year ended 2014, Priceline reported that it earned over $2.1 billion in merchant revenues, but that included the full amount customers paid for tickets, hotel rooms, and rental cars. Traditional travel agencies call that amount “gross bookings,” not revenues. And much like traditional travel agencies, Priceline keeps only a small portion of the “gross bookings,” namely, the difference between the customers’ accepted bids and the price it pays for the merchandise or service. The rest, which Priceline calls “cost of revenues,” are paid to the airlines and hotels that supply the tickets and rooms. In 2014, those costs came to $858 million, leaving Priceline just $1.3 billion.

REQUIRED

  • Comment on Priceline’s method of booking “revenue.”
  • Like Priceline, many Internet companies reported losses in the early years, forcing analysts to focus on other reported numbers. For example, at one time Priceline’s stock price per share was 23 times its revenue per share, and 214 times its gross profit (revenue − product costs) per share. Can you think of a reason why Priceline might want to include “gross bookings” as revenue?
  • Why do you think that the SEC is clamping down on unethical accounting practices of Internet companies—most importantly, including as revenue “gross” versus “net” bookings?

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