Reflect on what you found interesting, surprising, or confusing in this past week. Did anything that you learned cause you to understand an issue and event differently?

Take a few minutes to think about the material that we’ve covered in this course so far.  Reflect on what you found interesting, surprising, or confusing in this past week. Did anything that you learned cause you to understand an issue and event differently? Have you discovered any habits or tips that help you to complete your course work more effectively or efficiently?  This discussion forum is an opportunity for you to explore topics that interest you, share critical insights and questions that you are working with, share your struggles and triumphs, and discuss difficulties that may have arisen this week, hopefully finding solutions. Your initial post should describe your experiences in the course this past week, prompting further discussion. You should address at least of the following questions:Provide a full explanation of the issues that you discuss in your posts. For example, if you write that you had difficulty finding sources for your Final Project, explain where in the process of finding sources you had difficulty. Was it choosing a database to search? Thinking of search terms? Did your search return too many sources that were not relevant to your topic? Did your search return too few results?

How does this information relate to the issue I am exploring? What information is most important, and why?

Completing a literature review requires higher order and critical thinking skills. In a literature review, you extract themes and key information, and synthesize them to illustrate your point. In Discussion 2, you selected four articles about a topic, you then organized the information about the four articles by identifying and summarizing them. In essence, you completed the first step of a mini literature review. In this Assignment, you complete the next step of a mini literature review by critically analyzing the information you have gathered.In Discussion 1, you answered the question: What information is available on the issue and what does it say? In this Assignment, you want to answer questions such as: What themes can I identify? How does this information relate to the issue I am exploring? What information is most important, and why? What (s) related to the issue the authors address? What problems still need to be addressed? for this Assignment, review the required readings (e.g., APA readings) related to literature reviews. Be sure to review the rubric for this assignment to understand how the literature review will be evaluated. a 4- to 5-page literature review based on the four articles you collected. Be sure your literature review reflects the questions posed in the opening paragraphs of this Assignment. Please ensure your articles are higher ed related 

Explain the reason for Process Layouts for your company?Explain the four categories of Costs of Quality Control that best affect your company?Explain if or when you company may have incured cost of nonconformance to quality standards?

Explain the reason for  Process Layouts for your company?Explain the four categories of Costs of Quality Control that best affect your company?Explain if or when you company may have incured cost of nonconformance to quality standards?Please explain and elaborate Four designs of a Budget Process in the Text book?Explain the Participation in Decision Making?Tell me the difference between Intrinsic and Extrinsic Rewards?Please explain a few types of incentive Compensation Plans?Please tell me the role of Budgets and Budgeting?What are the elements and components of Budgeting?Whats the difference of Operating budgets vs Financial Budgets?Tell me what is the Cash Flow statement and what does it tell you?Explain Financial Control?Explain Responsibility Center Types and what are they?What is Residual Income?

Critical thinking is a reasoned, purposive, and introspective approach to solving problems or addressing questions, with incomplete evidence and information, and for which an incontrovertible solution is unlikely.—Rudd & Baker, p.

Critical thinking is a reasoned, purposive, and introspective approach to solving problems or addressing questions, with incomplete evidence and information, and for which an incontrovertible solution is unlikely.—Rudd & Baker, p. 133As a manager, much of your work requires analyzing complex situations, which in turn requires critical thinking skills. These skills may include determining what information is relevant and what is not; evaluating the accuracy of information and credibility of sources; identifying assumptions, inconsistencies, and ambiguous arguments; and evaluating the strength of a claim (Beyer, 1987).Throughout your management program, you have been developing and applying critical thinking skills. As you review the class notes “A Brief Note on the Theory of Constraints” (located in this week’s resources), think about Goldratt’s theory and the critical thinking required of managers.This week, and continuing into Weeks 6 and 7, you will be using your critical thinking skills to analyze business issues from the business novel , and you will evaluate the decisions and actions of the participants in the book—based on concepts learned in the course to date. To prepare for this Shared Practice, select one of the following options, based on the two course level outcomes below, which you will use to frame and analyze this week’s reading assignment in :Then, select three or more short passages from this week’s assigned readings in that contain one or two essential ideas that you found compelling. Analyze each using the Course Outcome you selected as a framework.  (Note: Part one of outlines the various performance problems that the Bearington plant is having, so feel free to practice your systems thinking skills to explain why the plant is having such difficulties!  Either course learning outcome above will allow you to do this.) For this Shared Practice, write a 3- to 4-paragraph essay. Identify the Course Outcome you selected and the passages from Part 1 of  Explain why each passage you chose is relevant and important in effective business management. Justify your response and include citations for each passage.