In Module 8, you submitted your research paper. In this module, you will produce

In Module 8, you submitted your research paper. In this module, you will produce a five (5) minute narrated presentation summarizing the findings from your paper. Submit a Power Point presentation only with audio. Do not submit a video
Review the Presentation Guide for assistance in creating and submitting/uploading your presentation.
Requirements for your presentation
Presentation should be about 5 minutes in length.
Include title, agenda, and reference slides.
Minimum 8 slides (excluding the title page, agenda, and reference slides).
Include figures, tables, graphs, and links to short videos when applicable.
Ensure you have met all of the requirements for your presentation, and review the MGMT 444 Research Paper and Presentation Guidelines one last time.

Designing a Supply Chain Assignment Overview This assignment requires you to des

Designing a Supply Chain
Assignment Overview
This assignment requires you to design a supply chain for an organization in a case study, taking into account alternative distribution plans and organizational processes.
Assignment Directions
To complete this assignment:
Review Case 4, “Westminster Company,” on pages 444–449 of your Supply Chain Logistics Management text.
Write a 3–4-page paper with supporting appendices that addresses questions 1, 2, 5, and 6 on page 449. In your paper, be certain to:
Evaluate organizational processes.
Evaluate the cost of alternative distribution plans.
Recommend a supply chain design that takes into account alternative distribution plans and organizational processes, including centralization, decentralization, and logistical design.
Other Requirements
Your paper should meet the following requirements:
Written communication: Written communication is free of errors that detract from the overall message.
APA formatting: Your paper should be formatted according to current APA style and formatting guidelines.
Length: 3–4 typed and double-spaced pages, not including the supporting appendices.
Font and font size: Times New Roman, 12 point.
Before submitting your assignment, refer to the Designing a Supply Chain Scoring Guide to ensure your paper meets the evaluation criteria for this assignment.
Resources
Designing a Supply Chain Scoring Guide.
Global Supply Chains Research Guide.

The assignment was done, but it was not passed. Attached to you is the assignmen

The assignment was done, but it was not passed. Attached to you is the assignment under the name of my assignment. The doctor’s notes have been written below..
In addition, all the special steps for writing this assignment are attached with examples of some of the previous assignment.
doctor comments
AGREED GRADE:
a) Compare and contrast the term Accessible Design with the related concepts of Universal Design, Inclusive and Participatory Design, and Useability. (50% of wordcount)
Satisfactory.
b) Using the supplied checklist, conduct a Design Audit on a bus stop of your own choosing, highlighting the factors that contribute to or detract from its Accessibility. (50% of wordcount)
You offer no contemporary photographs, only historic images taken from the contractors.
Analyse and evaluate the results of your audit against the relevant design standards.
You use London standards for a Northamptonshire structure.
Identify any areas for improvement.
It is hard to visualise your recommendations given the lack of images.
Identify any areas where you feel the designers should be commended for the approach taken. Fair, though largely dependent on the proud statements made by contractors.
General Comments:
It is not immediately clear to me how a student enrolled with a partner institution in the UAE is able to conduct a field audit of a bus station in Northampton.
In any case, the assignment was for the audit of a bus stop, not a station.First Marker: Andrew Gough
Suggested Grade: F+
Second Marker:

• This assignment requires you to demonstrate your understanding of procurement

• This assignment requires you to demonstrate your understanding of procurement and sourcing. It requires you to compare and contrast public v private sector procurement.
• Higher marks will be awarded where a practical application and critique of the academic theory is displayed.
• It should be interesting, challenging-even controversial-and must be underpinned by appropriate theory and evidence.
• You are not expected to undertake any primary research to complete this task
• This assignment requires you to critically evaluate the literature within a controlled and relevant discussion.
• A key element of this assignment is a demonstration of the students’ ability to apply theory to practice.
• You must carefully consider and reference the academic theory. Be sure to reference all the literature and secondary data that you use. Use the University’s Guide to Harvard Referencing to make sure your in-text referencing and reference lists are applied and formatted correctly.
• You should provide examples to support your discussion which may be taken from experience, published case studies or from academic debate. Be sure to reference appropriately.
• You may work collaboratively with your colleagues to discuss your ideas but your assignment must be an individual piece of work.
• Take time to plan and present your assignment. Use appropriate sub headings to divide your work into a logical sequence, with clear introduction and conclusion sections which succinctly summarise your discussion.
• Diagrams and tables etc should be included within the main body of work and accompanied by critical discussion.
If it is possible can you please do as many References from UK websites as much as possible!
Thank you