How to make a literature review
How to do a literature review?
– You may browse the Google Scholars/ Research Gate and get some articles to review.
After reading the article:
Provide a paragraph identifying what the article was about.
Second, in your current position identify the steps you would take to illuminate these things from occurring within your department. Identity what policies are in place to deal with these issues or does your department need to put policies in place.
In your role as vice president of governmental affairs, your boss, the business’s CEO of Nubian Heritage, is considering retaining an outside consulting firm to assist the company with a government issue that it is facing. Jack Harris is the president of that firm, which is called Crisis Consulting. Jack has told your boss that he will not know if he can help until he learns more information about your company Nubian Heritage and the issue it faces. Your CEO has asked you to prepare a memo that will provide a detailed overview of your company as well as the government action that is it facing. Address the following: Specifically, the following critical elements must be addressed with emphasize on the items in parenthesis:
A. (Business Profile): Provide a brief profile of the business and the industry it occupies, including the business’s market share and competitors, as well as opportunities and threats facing the business and industry outside of the particular governmental action now facing the business.
B. (Governmental Action): Analyze the potential governmental action or political challenge that will affect the business in this particular situation.
C. (Organization and Teams): Describe the organization of the company, including divisions and project teams, and the manner in which the company has used these teams to respond to government regulations in the past.
D. (Stakeholders): Describe the company’s internal and external stakeholders. In your description, include the actions taken by the stakeholders to date to influence the political process and advocate for the business’s interests.
E. (Current Environment): Describe the current business environment, both financial and otherwise, including the initial reaction of the company to the situation and the initial position taken by political actors and other stakeholders