The powerpoint will be about Francisco Goya, THE THIRD OF MAY 1808
When producing your PowerPoint Presentation, ensure that you use high contrast colors for text; use the heading hierarchy for easy tabbing; provide alternate tags for images and provide a transcript for your audio.
Please provide a transcript for the powerpoint presentation. It should NOT match exactly what is on the slides. But something that goes a little bit more into detail. And I myself will provide the audio. Just write the script!!
For part 1 the attachments just need editing. They are supposed to be about THE THIRD OF MAY. Also, they will be a script to be redone. But that will be attached as well. Part 2 presentation additional instructions
The Research Encounter is an opportunity for students to investigate a specific artist and/or artifact. In this exploration, students will discover the impact of this artist or piece of art on the art world. The student will determine how the belief systems, values, and norms of the society and era this artist created in affected this artist’s output. Finally, the student will relate this information to the present world of art to the class in a PPTX presentation with audio.
Each student will be assigned a topic and date of submission by their instructor. Students are asked to provide a slide presentation that will answer the following:
1. Who is your artist and/or artifact? What is the date of the artifact?
2. Briefly describe this artist’s context and how this influences the creation of the artwork. (This should include the birth and death dates of the artist.)
3. Briefly discuss the elements of the artifact and the purpose of this work. Give one interesting fact about the artwork.
4. Briefly explain why this artist’s work is essential or important. Is your topic a giant of the arts? Is this artifact a masterpiece?
5. List your sources.
Each presentation should contain five to seven slides. Each presentation’s audio portion should be between five to ten minutes in length. Use at least three sources beginning with our text. There will be plenty of information on your artist; your job will be to present the essential information on this author.
Part 2(a) Must be between 75-150 words and must use websites that are based in the United States as references and must use in text citations.
The Coca Cola Company is an American multinational type of corporation industry that was established in1886, in Atlanta in Georgia. The company is one of the biggest companies globally recognized as well as internationally invested. Coca Cola is one of many globally recognized companies that have entered the foreign market through the globalization strategy. The global analysis of Coca Cola, it is found out that the company fully pursues this strategy by doing product differentiation, packaging, distribution in almost every part of the world. This strategy is one of many strategies that has placed the company at the top of the industry, and I expect Coca Cola will become more innovative and remain at the top.
The Globalization strategy has several ways to warrant its success. By using this strategy, Coca Cola was able to prioritize critical resources such as financial capital for investments and clearance of other expenses including company registration in the foreign market. The Coca Cola Company established a concrete plan for success while the globalization strategy is a key factor of that plan.
Part 2(b) Must be between 75-150 words and must use websites that are based in the United States as references and must use in text citations.
There are specific reasons to outsource, create a strategic alliance or join in a joint venture. There are also specific risks inherent in each choice.
Outsourcing is an agreement in which one company hires another company to be responsible for a planned or existing activity that is or could be done internally, and sometimes involves transferring employees and assets from one firm to another. Outsourcing has always been a strategic way for organizations to leverage their overall business potential. Outsourcing is when an organization subcontracts to a third party to perform some of its business functions. Companies of all sizes and in all types of industries are able to make the most out of this practice. Through the years, the outsourcing industry has evolved its services and functionalities to cope with the ever-changing demands of the market world. In the right context and deployed shrewdly, outsourcing can be a fantastic way for small business owners to improve efficiencies and bolster their company’s bottom line. But that doesn’t mean the practice isn’t without its own disadvantages, too.
The following advantages can occur when companies outsource: savings on costs, season talents, access to innovative technology, focus on core business funcions, and risk management. On the other hand, outsourcing brings disadvantages in loss of control, security risks, hidden costs and shifting time zone.
The company to describe these strategies is Uber, who entered the foreign market successfully using multi domestic, global and transnational successful. Uber Technologies, Inc. started in San Francisco, in March of 2009. Eleven years later, the company is active globally with multi domestic strategy in over 900 cities, with millions of users relying on their ridesharing app every day. The first city outside the US where Uber started its multi national strategy expanding operations was Paris. The company’s app started working in Paris in September of 2011.While Uber’s expansion would eventually become smooth, fast-paced, and unstoppable, that first city was quite a feat. As Mina Radhakrishnan, Uber’s first Head of Product said “At Uber, we launched our first international city, Paris, in 30 days. There was a lot of manual work to continue launching in other countries and languages while we didn’t have a core set of international systems – we had to charge everyone in US dollars for several months. In parallel, we built out the foundations and kept moving pieces onto the new infrastructure, which allowed Uber to keep momentum and still scale.”Like most startups, Uber had to strike the right balance between meeting expectations for fast-paced expansion and carefully planning such a high-risk process. Uber’s international expansion was based in a locale-by-locale approach, which truly is the only approach possible. One can’t get everywhere at the same time, regardless of one’s budget. Every locale demands specific research and a rethinking of the brand and of the product. Every locale is a test and, just like it happened at Uber, each locale teaches a lesson. And that lesson helps us streamline future expansion.
Uber also implements a global strategy because with this strategy they focus on one global brand with very few changes in colors or messaging. Moreover, also apply a transnational strategy because they operate from two central locations in California and Uber’s business strategy is transnationally directed and overseen from its two global hubs in California and the Netherlands. Transnational lawmaking through contract: the UK as case study These entities enter into a web of contracts with drivers and riders across the globe.
As Uber entered unique regional markets around the world, it adapted its business model to comply with regulations and compete locally. In a few short years after launching in 2010, Uber became the largest car service in the world, as measured in ride count. Last year, Uber drove 6.2 billion riders.Today’s case takes us to London in 2019, where Uber is facing the latest in a long list of challenges from regulators threatening their ability to continue operating in that important market
In my opinion Uber successfully reacted to threats and competition with innovation implementing each strategy reacting to times. Uber’s entry into the food delivery space is just the first step in the company’s diversification efforts and is a trend that is expected to continue well into the future. According to a recent interview by NDTV, Uber’s CEO stated the company’s split between ride-hailing and other businesses is “going to be 50-50.”Uber’s efforts to keep with the current times through its acquisitions, makes this stock a great investment. However, only time will tell if the company is able to successfully scale its business and capture a greater share of the food delivery market. For now, we recommend you stay invested in Uber stock as the company continues to make some aggressive plays. (HBR, 2020)
Advantages and disadvantages of outsourcing | Outsource Accelerator. (n.d.)
Luke Lango November 19, 2021, William White November 19, 2021, Louis Navellier and the InvestorPlace Research Staff November 18, 2021, Humayun, F., Lango, L., Rearick, B., Cohne, D., Lau, C., & Shirk, C. (2021, October 27). Stock market news, Stock Advice & Trading Tips. InvestorPlace. Retrieved November 16, 2021, from https://investorplace.com/.
Uber’s strategy for Global Success. Harvard Business Review. (2020, December 8). Retrieved November 16, 2021, from https://hbr.org/podcast/2020/12/ubers-strategy-for-global-success.
Uber’s strategy for Global Success. HBS Working Knowledge. (2020, December 8). Retrieved November 16, 2021, from https://hbswk.hbs.edu/item/cold-call-ubers-strategy-for-global-success.
Part 3(a) and 3(b) Must be between 75-150 words and must use websites that are based in the United States as references and must use in text citations.
Human110CL Presentation M4 attachments
The persistence of memory attachments
Overall part 1 needs to be redone just like 2 or 3 slides.
Part 2 needs responses.
Part 3 is the same concept just review the attachments.