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PAM006 Strategic Financial Project

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PAM006 Strategic Financial Project
RaisinAble Case Study
“Nuts to You since 1898”
The project
RaisinAble Limited is a mid-sized private company based in the UK. Their core business is sourcing,
processing, packaging, marketing and selling dried fruit, edible nuts and seeds (FNS) to the UK retail
RaisinAble is unsure of where it is heading strategically in the near future and has contracted
you as a consultant to provide guidance through a five year business plan report. The company’s
management team welcomes your identification of and insight into potential (and viable!) strategic
options. The management team is open to considering a range of strategies that may strengthen
their core activities, and/or diversify their product range, and/or enter international markets, or
and/or perhaps consolidate the company’s activities.
In order to complete this project you will need to analyse the comp

BSBMGT517 Manage Operational Plan

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International College of Australia Pty Ltd T/A Western Sydney College
RTO: 45360 | CRICOS: 03690M
BSBMGT517 Manage Operational Plan
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International College of Australia Pty Ltd T/A Western Sydney College
RTO: 45360 | CRICOS: 03690M
Assessment Task Requirements
You are required to complete and pass every task in the assessment in order to be deemed
Assessment Schedule
Due dates are subject to the unit commencement week.

Task Due Date
Task 1 Week 2
Task 2 Week 3
Task 3 Week 4
Task 4 Week 5

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BAC6018 Financial Management for decision making

Module: BAC6018 Financial Management for decision making
WRIT1 – This is assessment 2 and overall accounts for 50% of the
overall mark
I will give each student a company to work on for this assessment
by the 8th of November 2019. The company allocated to you is listed
on the London Stock Exchange (
Using your allocated company’s information, write a 2,000 word
report analysing the capital structure of your Company. Your report
must be original and should synthesise the following information:
– Evaluation of the capital structure. (10 marks)
– An up to date WACC calculation (you need to show clearly
how you have calculated the cost of debt and equity and
present any assumptions and averages you have used).
(20 marks)
– Discussion of the dividend policy undertaken. (10 marks)
– Comparison of your findings to another company within the
same industry. (15 marks)
– Critica

Incorporation of Knowledge Management

DOI: 10.7763/IPEDR. 2014. V69. 6
Incorporation of Knowledge Management with Risk Management and
Its Impact on Is/It Projects
Amine Nehari Talet1 and M. Zakaria Nehari Talet2
1 King Fahd University of petroleum & Minerals, Saudi Arabia
2 Telfer School of Management- University of Ottawa, Canada
Abstract. Information systems are the fundamental of today’s promising businesses. Billions of dollars are
exchanged on daily basis based on automated systems and information technology. It is crucial that
information system projects are properly scope and implemented successfully.
Different research and studies, regarding information systems or information technology project failure show
the highest risk factors that were behind the project failure. The world statistics always publish failure rate in
general, which clearly can prove for business and information technology executives that there is failure at IS
projects rega

theoretical conceptual model for risk

A theoretical conceptual model for risk and uncertainty
management in projects
João Walter Saunders Pacheco do Vale (
University of São Paulo, Brazil
Marly Monteiro de Carvalho
University of São Paulo, Brazil
This paper aims to systematize a conceptual framework of risks and uncertainties in project
management. A systematic review of the literature was performed combining bibliometric and
content analysis. The Hive Structure of Risk and Uncertainty Management is proposed, mixing
soft and hard approaches.
Keywords: project management, risk, uncertainty
In general, organizations develop projects to achieve set goals. Organizations use human,
physical or material resources to plan and execute their projects. To ensure the success of the
projects, risk management is essential for the mitigation or elimination of surprises, such as
rework and excessive costs.

The Executive Doctorate in Business Program

American International Journal of Contemporary Research Vol. 4, No. 11; November 2014
The Influence of Knowledge Management on Managing Organizational Risk
Emanuel Lauria
Doctoral Candidate
The Executive Doctorate in Business Program
The Robinson College of Business
Georgia State University
Atlanta, GA 30302-3965
Dr. Traron Moore
The Executive Doctorate in Business Program
The Robinson College of Business
Georgia State University
Atlanta, GA 30302-3965
Dr. Connie O’Brien
Associate Professor of Accounting
The College of Business
Kutztown University of Pennsylvania
Kutztown, PA 19530
Dr. Rebecca Staunton
The Executive Doctorate in Business Program
The Robinson College of Business
Georgia State University
Atlanta, GA 30302-3965
Subhashish Samaddar, PhD
Professor of Operations Management and Business Analysis
The Robinson College of Business
Georgia State University

Management Department

Integrated Knowledge Loss Risk Management Model in the
Project Environment
Shteinbrekher Daria
Management Department
National Aerospace University “Kharkiv Aviation Institute”
Chkalov Str. 17, Kharkiv, 61070, Ukraine
An analysis of modern approaches to knowledge management and risk management in project-oriented
organizations is presented. An integrated knowledge loss risk management model is proposed that
combines the main elements of the Fraunhofer IPK knowledge management model and project risk
management model in accordance with the PMBOK methodology. The proposed model for project
knowledge management is implemented through the identification, prioritization of the risk of loss of
knowledge for the purpose of the project and its prevention.
Knowledge management, risk management, model, project, knowledge, preservation.
1. Introduction
At the stage of the tr

PROJ586 Project Management Systems

PROJ586 Project Management SystemsWEEK 7 PROJECT PRESENTATIONYou will create a 12 to 15 minute presentation via a Power Point Presentation that is set up for automatic transitions of slides with voice narration or a Narrated Video Presentation. You will present an overview of the project and provides the project sponsor with an overall view of the project plan. In some cases, the business sponsor/executive will not have time to read the entire plan, so they would prefer a presentation highlighting the key points of the project. You should include the project baseline start and finish dates for the project. You should also include a short table with the high-level budget that indicates the baseline total planned budget amount for the overall project within your presentation. The following information should also be included.Summary overview of project descriptionProject Plan DatesProject Budget (Planned vs. Actual Budget)Business need and benefitsSummary o

Closing Entries and Post-Closing Trial Balance

This week your team will submit the following deliverables:

Please complete the Closing Entries and Post-Closing Trial Balance in your excel spreadsheet.

Please complete the 1-2 page memo to your client using Microsoft Word.

I only need one paragraph for the memo- the other portions have been answered

Comprehensive Accounting Project Team, you have been called in to help Sarah Singer who has operated a part-time graphic design business from her home. Her accountant has decided to quit working for her and Singer has decided she needs a more organized approach to keeping his accounting records. (Singer has kept his accounting records in a big file cabinet). Singer has decided to move to a rented office space and is planning to operate the business on a fu

PAM006 Strategic Financial Project

MSc and Postgraduate Certificate in Professional Accountancy (MPAcc) Module: PAM006 Strategic Financial Project (SFP) Final Individual Project (Study Session: January 2017) Submission deadline: Monday 19th June 2017 by 1pm (1300 hours) UK time. UOLIA regulations require all submissions to adhere to this deadline. There will be no further extensions granted. 1. Introduction This coursework assignment carries 70% of the total of 100% for this Module. It comprises TWO (2) sections, each with their respective weightings. It is an individual not a group-based assignment. The tasks/requirements are detailed in point 5 on pages 5, 6 and 7. Please take careful note of the flowing points: ? The submission deadline is Monday 19th June 2017 by 1pm (1300 hours) UK Time. ? Any work received after the submission deadline will receive a recorded mark of zero. There will be no extensions given. ? The upper limit of the word count should not be exceeded – see point 3 below on