Estimate Project Cost

Your team has already identified the details of the work schedule in a work breakdown structure and visualized these details in a Gantt chart with a critical path. You also used your stakeholder management plan to determine who needs to be informed of progress on the project and when. And you’ve planned out responses to the risks you identified. Now, you must determine the cost to build and operate this store. You must also estimate the costs of the required inventory inside the store and the hiring and training of employees to begin operations. Read Project Cost Estimating and Project Procurement for help in answering this question.
For this project, your team only needs to research and provide high-level budget estimates for the various work packages or the higher-level work activities. For example, building the store itself might be broken down into design, site preparation (your company already owns the land), permit costs, plumbing, electrical, etc. Or, you may prefer to just use major categories such as design, build, and outfit. Consider other project procurements that may be required for your project. Develop your own project cost estimate template. While your research will yield material, labor, and overhead cost data in Brazilian real (BRL), for the purpose of this assignment, you will convert all cost figures to US dollars (USD).
When you have completed the project cost estimate, continue to the next step, where you will complete your project management plan.

Personal Financial Planning

Richard called and said that he had compiled a list of assets and would send it. It came a few days later. His assets included a home worth $300,000, approximately $350,000 in securities, two cars worth $40,000 with loans of $15,000 against them, and other assets including jewelry (worth $5,000), art ($5,000), and furniture ($7,000). Richard and his wife had money market funds of $2,000, a bonus due of $5,000 net of taxes, and credit card payments due of $12,000. Their house had a $130,000 mortgage.
1. Construct the balance sheet.
2. Does it look substantial?
3. Would you tell Richard and Monica that it was strong? Why?                                                                     4. Complete the balance sheet section of the plan.

Electronic Health Records Overall

15 page powerpoint presentation on various aspects of the electronic health record

  • Propose a risk analysis strategy on how organizational needs are met in accordance with applicable laws and standards in relation to electronic health record implementation.
  • Assess the essential components of health care decision making models, emphasizing the system development life cycle (SDLC).
  • Determine the impact technology has on cultural factors in health care provisions and decision-making.
  • Evaluate the roles and responsibilities of key players in strategic planning and continuous quality improvement.
  • Assess enterprise-wide data’s role in health information governance.
  • Compare and contrast the roles of technology and enterprise-wide information as it relates to data governance.
  • Summarize best practices and policies as they relate to data governance, information exchange, and technical and structural interoperability.
  • Explain the economic impact of your proposed system acquisition.
  • Formulate and provide answers to three questions that you feel would be appropriate for the board to ask.


  • Must include a separate title page with the following:
    • Title of paper
    • Student’s name
    • Course name and number
    • Instructor’s name
    • Date submitted
  • Must begin with an introductory slide with a succinct thesis statement 
  • speaker notes should allow reader to fully understand context of each slide
  • Must address the chosen topic with critical thought.
  • Must end with a conclusion slide that reaffirms the thesis.
  • Must use at least six scholarly and/or peer- reviewed sources
  • keep cartoons to a minimum and all images professional

Week 8 Discussion Responses

Read these below responses for the question and provide a SHORT  answer- address each student as if you were talking to them directly and give them your opinion on their response to the question- three separate answers for these three students.   Example did you like what they said? DO you agree or disagree and three sentences why

Topic 8 DQ 1

Revisit your assignment from Topic 1.  Do you feel that your level of media literacy has increased during the process of this course?
Danielle Re: Topic 8 DQ 1
Throughout the duration of this course, I have gained a significant amount of knowledge on media literary. As I continued my weekly studies, I began to be more intentional when reading articles, watching the news, and strolling social media. I looked for the influence of social media in politics and representation of groups as well as the treatment of groups in news coverage… especially during the week everything took place on the capitol. I now pay attention to framing by media outlets. I will honestly admit that I did not know much of anything about qualitative, textual, or rhetorical methods.
Media advertisement is another aspect that I look at more intentionally now. “Ethnic-media planning oftentimes is done without the context of the general- or mass-market plan; instead, the primary focus is on ethnic media properties and content (Adweek, 2001). This suggests that some advertisers and their media agencies may place less value on or forgo ethnic segmentation.” (James and Lindsey-Warren, 2018)
Zackery -Re: Topic 8 DQ 1
GRowing up during the time before the internet, I remember when having computer in school was a privilige. If you got to use, you earned the right to play a game on it, and they were very basic. I look at technology today, and we have miniture computers in everyone’s hand. I find this simply fascinating. I know that some people could care less, but I think the future is completely unfathomable at this point. The growth of media has been no different. For me, I never considered how politicians interact with social media. That was the eye-opening part of the course for me. I always new things regarding how social media is utilized by everyday “common” folks, as some owuld say. I have been aware of celebrity usage to suede others to see their point. One of the biggest movements through social media that involved a celebrity start was the Me Too! movement. Movements like this might not have been possible before the internet existed. But politicians using the internet to spread their messages was an eye-opener. I always thought of most politicians as being “too-old” to use the internet. I figured they had someone doing it for them. But I uncovered that many politicians don’t want someone else speaking for them all the time. I know there are writers and all, but the interaction, outside of mainstream news media was new to me. And to be quite frank, I am not sure why it surprised me to discover this, because it shouldn’t have been that surprising to see politicans use effective communication means.
Elizabeth Re: Topic 8 DQ 1
Topic 8 DQ1
During the process of this course, I learned about media literacy. Honestly, I did not pay attention to how people use positive and negative media, can access and be critically evaluate, create or manipulate media, and about qualitative, textual, or rhetorical methods. Maybe because I use it as a personal or private message. Learn about the media messages and the experience of the different cultures with the same media is very impressive. Each question, comment, and example you post is good work to build a new point of view about media. According to Hooker (2019) “Creating this literacy doesn’t happen without the right tools, teachers, leaders, and mindsets when it comes to using all of this “media” in our world” (p12).
Media change in history now in this era we have new media changes continuously since it is constantly modified and redefined by the interaction between the creative uses of the masses, emerging technology, cultural changes. Media have a greater influence on us as we get younger or older. Choice of clothing, music, TV, social profile, the language we use is heavily influenced by this characteristic. Understand the influence of micro-cultures in media and the impact of stereotypes on audiences and their effects. According to Kunst (2020), “Assessing the source credibility and argument quality of a message influences whether recipients will accept or reject a message” (p.2)


The global coronavirus outbreak has seriously impacted the tourism and hospitality industries in Singapore. Many tourist attraction sites are affected by the lack of visitors. Popular tourist sites are:
1. Night Safari
2. Universal Studios Singapore (USS)
3. Singapore Flyer
4. Mandai Zoo
Question 1 (a) Select one (1) of the four sites listed above and analyse its pricing strategies from the perspective of:
1. Price segmentation
2. Price fences
3. Psychological value drivers (66 marks)
(b) Given the ongoing pandemic, propose two (2) new pricing strategies that will encourage local tourism to these attractions. (34 marks)

DOCX 9000. Professional Doctoral Capstone/Project

Attention Wizard Kim
Topic: Impact of Nurse Manager Leadership style and Subordinate job satisfaction in Southeast US.
Since you are a DHA student, your paper must geared towards clinical aspects including quality of care, clinical outcomes, patient outcomes, etc. Please look at topic or choose any other from the sample article below.
(2) The reason the student paper was turned down was because of inappropriateness of topic.
Please revisit your topic and change “Satisfaction” to quality care or “patient outcomes.

Point-Of-Sale (POS) Attacks

Suppose you are an information security officer for a consulting firm that implements, secures, investigates, and supports POS for small and medium retail businesses.
Read the article If You Shopped at These 16 Stores in the Last Year, Your Data Might Have Been Stolen. Choose two stores from the list and use the Strayer University Library to research the specific attack or breach.


Write a 3–5 page paper in which you:

  1. Summarize the selected attacks, providing details on the breaches’ effects.
  2. Identify the common purpose of attacks on POS systems.
  3. Assess how and why these POS systems have become a prime target for hacking groups.
  4. Examine the forensics challenges that exist for investigations on POS systems.
  5. Integrate into the assignment at least three quality professional and/or academic resources, written within the past five years.
    • Note: Wikipedia and similar websites do not qualify as quality resources.
    • One of your resources may be the provided article.

Library Work Sheet

Library Research Worksheet
Using the results from the search you conducted on your topic and research question, answer the questions below in a minimum of 150 words per question (excluding question 4).
Who is the author of your first source, and why is this work credible? (If the author is unnamed, provide the title instead.) Is this source peer-reviewed, and how can you tell? Quote or paraphrase something from the source that relates to your topic. Cite that quotation or paraphrase using APA style guidelines.
Who is the author of your second source, and why is this work credible? (If the author is unnamed, provide the title instead.) Is this source peer-reviewed, and how can you tell? Quote or paraphrase something from the source that relates to your topic. Cite that quotation or paraphrase using APA style guidelines.
Who is the author of your third source, and why is this work credible? (If the author is unnamed, provide the title instead.) Is this source peer-reviewed, and how can you tell? Quote or paraphrase something from the source that relates to your topic. Cite that quotation or paraphrase using APA style guidelines.
Create a list of references for your sources provided above. The reference list should be in alphabetical order by author last name. You may use the citation tools from the library or the Reference and Citation Generator from the Center for Writing Excellence.
Refer to the University Library databases for assistance as you work on your project. Some of these databases are located on the Week 2 University Library page.

Week 8 Assignment

You will complete this assignment in Python 3.x. Make sure you have downloaded the software, and it is installed correctly. You will download it from this site.
You will code the following and submit it in one file. Use the information in the Lessons area for this week to assist you. Save it as a python file (.py), and upload it into the Assignments area.

  • Create a comment block (starts at line 1 in the code) with the following information:
  •               “””

Your name
Course Name, Section (example: ENTD200 B002 Spr15)
Instructor name
Week #
Date completed

  • Problem 1: Create a list (or tuple only, no dictionary) that contains the months of the year. ( do not hardcode the month number)
  • Problem 2: Create a loop to print the number and the months of the year from the list.
  •      The output should like this:

Month 1 is January
Month 2 is February
Month 12 is December
Optional 1 (not required)
Month 1 is January, …Happy new year ( Do not use if-then. Do not add the messages to the months list), create another list for greetings.
The output will look like this
Month 1 is January , …Happy New Year!
Month 2 is February, …Happy Valentine!
Month 3 is March
Month 4 is April
Month 5 is May
Month 6 is June
Month 7 is July, …Happy Fourth of July!
Month 8 is August
Month 9 is September
Month 10 is October, …Happy Halloween!
Month 11 is November, …Happy Thanksgiving!
Month 12 is December, …Merry Christmas!
Optional 2
Modify the Payroll and/or the MPG program from week5/6 to store the results in a list/dictionary. Print the list/dictionary when no more calculation is selected.
The output will be something like this for the payroll
Payroll for week xyz
James Bond ……. 21,500
Al Bundy ……. 500
Johnny English ….. 1,200
Total Payroll ……. 23,200
For the MPG will be something like
MPG for zyz truck
Week 1 ….. 12
Week 2 ….. 33
Week 3 ….. 27
MPG Ave ….. 24


 we will assess the influenza pandemic of 1918 and the H5N1 avian influenza. Analyze the information; focus on the control measures used in the past and modern times, and assess what we can do today to prevent an influenza epidemic from spreading in the US. You are required to address both parts of this case study on influenza.
Part 1: Assess the control measures used during the influenza pandemic of 1918-1919. Your response must include the following:
1. Why was it considered a disaster?
2. What made this flu case different than most flu cases?
3. What actions did public health departments take to make things better?
4. What control measures were used during the influenza pandemic of 1918?
Part 2: Assess the potential of H5N1 avian influenza to become a pandemic strain in humans. Your response must include the following:
1. Where did the disease come from?
2. What causes avian influenza?
3. Can the virus infect humans?
4. What can public health officials do to minimize exposure?
Must be at least 250 words and supported by at least two references