The Impact of the Transparent Chocolate Supply

Introduction This research attempts to lighten the effect of a transparent chocolate supply chain on cocoa farmers in Nigeria. Little research has been conducted on the influence of a transparent supply chain on cocoa farmers, thereby calling for the researcher to choose an exploratory research design to accomplish the research objectives. The Epistemological Stance The research will rely on the epistemological stance of interpretivist paradigm in which the aim will be to place the analysis of the data in context. This paradigm is focused on understanding the topic the way it is from individuals’ subjective experiences (Lewis 2015, p. 474). It will apply meaning-oriented methodologies like...

The impact of organizational ambidexterity on performance of distributors in the telecommunication industry

The impactof organizational ambidexterity on performance of distributors in the telecommunication industry Technological innovations have graced the telecommunication industry, leading to emergence of products and services that satisfy fast evolving customer demands. Some are occurring gradually while some are spontaneous and disruptive. The result is flattening of the innovation S-Curve. The world is also witnessing concomitant changes in business strategies and models that have a resounding impact on the consumption of products. Due to the fluid nature of global mobile telecommunications technology, the players can only differentiate themselves by being innovative in order to remain competitive....

Student Engagement

Abstract In an organization, stakeholders are the partners who work together to see the objectives and the accomplishments are achieved. This is not different from the college or higher education settings where the students are partners of the institution. Therefore, as partners, students need to be fully engaged and incorporated into the learning process. This methodology chapter presents a discussion on the various methods that the researcher incorporated in the research on the students' engagement. The research questions were fundamental in helping the researcher to determine the appropriate ways that could get the aim of the study attained. Various learning intervention tools including tutorial...

Stakeholder Analysis

Seeking Skills, Finding Barriers: Vocational Training in Punjab Stakeholder Analysis During Phase 1, the importance and influence of stakeholders in the vocational training in Punjab were analyzed. The case study of the project presented various stakeholders who engage in developing the program and those who are affected by it negatively and positively. The analysis focuses on the role of the Punjab government and agencies, Punjab Skills Development Fund (PSDF), private organizations, the British aid agency, the Department for International Development (DFID), and the people of Punjab as the key stakeholders with substantial impact on the progress of the training program. The analysis was...

Social Activity and Effects on Depression in the Elderly

Methodology and methodThe qualitative method was preferred to quantitative for this systematic review due to the limitation of the data available and the design of the study. Regarding ethics, the study seeks a systematized review on only researched based literature that has made the standard ethical requirement. My sources of the review will be approved by the Institution Review Board to ascertain their ethical content and for ethical approval. Social Activity and Effects on Depression in the Elderly Search strategyI designed search strategy to retrieve data from the original research published in English between 2008 and 2017 on the topic. The main concepts used were social activity and effects...

Relating a music dissertation to 4 other research frameworks

Abstract Multiracial and cultural awareness is an emerging need for focus in most title 1 schools, which requires music teachers to be aware of their surroundings. The most affected are the students from title 1 schools because of their cultural and financial backgrounds. The study describes the most likely reason elective programs are not essential options for title 1 students. It pursues to designate the amalgamation of developments or conditions that lead to most title 1 students disregarding music electives when they reach seventh grades. It will incorporate a portrayal of the existent advancements stimulating the alarming drop in the number of students taking music when it achieves the elective...

Research methodology

Research Methodology A systematic literature review will be used to complete this research. This involves the process of extracting information from previously concluded studies. To build on the already available information, research is always founded on previous findings. Analyzing previous research helps to determine possibilities of bias and therefore determine whether it is necessary to conduct more research in the same direction. The authors of this article intend to explore information in the environmental radiation protection field with the intention of establishing better methods of protecting workers from radiation exposure. Choosing the articles to be used for the research was the most...

Redesign curriculum of accounting

Redesign the Accounting Curriculum Recently accounting has made significant impacts on political and socioeconomic developments especially in interpretation, recording, investment, management, auditing, and preparing. Also, more impacts in decision making include; storage, merger and acquisition, planning and controlling of business operations. There are factors which have led to redesigning of accounting curriculum and include; innovation, globalization, changes in business environment, skills required for an accountant to play his role effectively and the experiences learners need to improve on their previous experiences to move broader and deeper and more complex application and understanding....

Major effect switching accounting standards from NGAAP to IFRS

The US GAAP (Generally Accepted Accounting Principles) is a set of commonly acknowledged principles in accounting that determine the earning and value the assets of American companies for the last 75 years. Companies outside the U.S., have been using different globally standards called international financial reporting standards, IFRS. However, the country is now adopting the global standards, but it is not a smooth transition. Experts have diverse opinions on the implications of this shift but they all agree that the move has both positive and negative impacts (Lin S, Riccardi W & Wang C. 2012, 648). It goes without saying that the GAAP and the IFRS are entirely different because the former is...

Learned Helplessness: Methods and results

Participants To examine the effect of parental attitude on the level of learned helplessness, data was collected from one hundred and forty-seven participants (147) through the use of questionnaires. In the case study, the participants included individuals, specifically college students and parents of the students (Ackerman, 2018). Some Indian youths employed at different companies also participated to examine the relationship between dedication to work and productivity in the office. Out of the total sample population (N=120), there were 51% males and 49% females. The participants were of an average age of eighteen to a maximum age of forty-seven years with a mean average of 20 (M=20) and standard...