Type of projects that would be most appropriate for TPM approaches

summarize the benefits and limitations of each.

  • Briefly describe the TPM waterfall method.
  • Briefly describe one or more Agile project management approaches.
  • Compare and contrast TPM and Agile methods, emphasizing the strengths and weaknesses of each.
  • Discuss what kind of projects would be more appropriate for TPM approaches and what types would be more appropriate for Agile approaches.
  • Discuss how a project approach is selected for different types of project. Provide an example by selecting an approach for one of the following projects, and explaining your rationale for the selection. Remember to focus on the project approach and not get involved in the technical details of the project.
  • Converting a large enterprise from using IPv4 to IPv6
  • Managing a Business Process Reengineering (BPR) project to modernize and integrate a major company’s business systems (accounting, sales, logistics, manufacturing, etc.) into an enterprise-wide unified architecture
  • Building a new data center for an international business

What other mythological references exist, other than; Trojan Horse, Achilles Heel

Question description

  • Trojan Horse
  • Achilles Heel
  • The Face that Launched a Thousand Ships

These are three phrases that you should recognize that come directly from the Iliad, even if you have never heard of it, despite its being written 500 years or so before the New Testament, about a war that took place about 3200 years ago.

What other mythological references are you now aware of in your daily life?

if references or quotations are used they must be cited

what are the impacts of an increase in government spending as opposed to decrease in taxes

“Fiscal Policy” Please respond to the following:
• Which fiscal policy measure is more likely to have a greater impact on the economy when unemployment is rising and consumer confidence is falling – an increase in government spending or an equal decrease in taxes? Explain your reasoning.
Optional: Assuming, in a simple economy with no net exports, the marginal propensity to consume (MPC) is 0.8. This would generate a government spending multiplier of 5.0 and a tax multiplier of -4.0 . If government spending increased by $100 million, what would the impact be on total spending in the economy? If instead, taxes were reduced by the same amount, $100 million, what would the impact be on total spending in the economy? Could the government run a balanced budget (increasing government spending and taxes by the same amount) and still grow the economy?
[Note: Government Spending Multiplier is 1/(1-MPC) and Tax Spending Multiplier is – MPC /(1-MPC) . The tax spending multiplier is negative because an increase in taxes would cause spending to fall while a decrease in taxes would cause spending to rise. ]

the fiscal policy measure with greatest impact on economy when unemployment is rising

“Fiscal Policy” Please respond to the following:
• Which fiscal policy measure is more likely to have a greater impact on the economy when unemployment is rising and consumer confidence is falling – an increase in government spending or an equal decrease in taxes? Explain your reasoning.
Optional: Assuming, in a simple economy with no net exports, the marginal propensity to consume (MPC) is 0.8. This would generate a government spending multiplier of 5.0 and a tax multiplier of -4.0 . If government spending increased by $100 million, what would the impact be on total spending in the economy? If instead, taxes were reduced by the same amount, $100 million, what would the impact be on total spending in the economy? Could the government run a balanced budget (increasing government spending and taxes by the same amount) and still grow the economy?
[Note: Government Spending Multiplier is 1/(1-MPC) and Tax Spending Multiplier is – MPC /(1-MPC) . The tax spending multiplier is negative because an increase in taxes would cause spending to fall while a decrease in taxes would cause spending to rise. ]

How to Prepare the classified Balance Sheet and Cash Flows -Simplified Statement

Record all the necessary entries in the relevant journals and ledgers,

excluding balance day adjustments, to maintain proper accounting records

for June. Please note that you may need to create new accounts using

subsequent account numbers where necessary.

2. Prepare an Unadjusted Trial Balance on the worksheet provided.

3. Record all the necessary balance day adjustments for June in the General

Journal and post to the General Ledger accounts.

4. Prepare an Adjusted Trial Balance on the Worksheet provided and complete

the worksheet.

5. Record all closing entries in the General Journal, however, do not post them

to the relevant general ledger accounts until you have checked that the Trial

Balance is correct.

6. Prepare the Income Statement (using the Functional format) for the year

ending 30 June 2016.

7. Prepare the Statement of Changes in Equity for the year ending 30 June

2016.

8. Prepare the classified Balance Sheet as at 30 June 2016.

9. Prepare the Cash Flows (Simplified Statement) for the month ending 30

June 2016.

a. Note: without the balances as at the 1st July 2015 (or alternatively the Cash

Receipts and Cash Payments Journals for the entire year) it is not possible to

calculate the proper Statement of Cash Flows!

b. A simplified approach has been provided in the Excel template!

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RTK Buderim Mowers – Practice Set

4. PART B – CRITICAL ANALYSES

You are required to complete the questions that are in the special Test of

Knowledge section on Blackboard for the proportion of marks from the major

assignment. The questions are pertinent to your completion of the learning from

the major assignment and from the application of basic accounting knowledge as

well as critical thinking skills.

How to Prepare Income Statement using the Functional format

Record all the necessary entries in the relevant journals and ledgers,

excluding balance day adjustments, to maintain proper accounting records

for June. Please note that you may need to create new accounts using

subsequent account numbers where necessary.

2. Prepare an Unadjusted Trial Balance on the worksheet provided.

3. Record all the necessary balance day adjustments for June in the General

Journal and post to the General Ledger accounts.

4. Prepare an Adjusted Trial Balance on the Worksheet provided and complete

the worksheet.

5. Record all closing entries in the General Journal, however, do not post them

to the relevant general ledger accounts until you have checked that the Trial

Balance is correct.

6. Prepare the Income Statement (using the Functional format) for the year

ending 30 June 2016.

7. Prepare the Statement of Changes in Equity for the year ending 30 June

2016.

8. Prepare the classified Balance Sheet as at 30 June 2016.

9. Prepare the Cash Flows (Simplified Statement) for the month ending 30

June 2016.

a. Note: without the balances as at the 1st July 2015 (or alternatively the Cash

Receipts and Cash Payments Journals for the entire year) it is not possible to

calculate the proper Statement of Cash Flows!

b. A simplified approach has been provided in the Excel template!

18

RTK Buderim Mowers – Practice Set

4. PART B – CRITICAL ANALYSES

You are required to complete the questions that are in the special Test of

Knowledge section on Blackboard for the proportion of marks from the major

assignment. The questions are pertinent to your completion of the learning from

the major assignment and from the application of basic accounting knowledge as

well as critical thinking skills.

How to Prepare an Unadjusted Trial Balance on a worksheet

Record all the necessary entries in the relevant journals and ledgers,

excluding balance day adjustments, to maintain proper accounting records

for June. Please note that you may need to create new accounts using

subsequent account numbers where necessary.

2. Prepare an Unadjusted Trial Balance on the worksheet provided.

3. Record all the necessary balance day adjustments for June in the General

Journal and post to the General Ledger accounts.

4. Prepare an Adjusted Trial Balance on the Worksheet provided and complete

the worksheet.

5. Record all closing entries in the General Journal, however, do not post them

to the relevant general ledger accounts until you have checked that the Trial

Balance is correct.

6. Prepare the Income Statement (using the Functional format) for the year

ending 30 June 2016.

7. Prepare the Statement of Changes in Equity for the year ending 30 June

2016.

8. Prepare the classified Balance Sheet as at 30 June 2016.

9. Prepare the Cash Flows (Simplified Statement) for the month ending 30

June 2016.

a. Note: without the balances as at the 1st July 2015 (or alternatively the Cash

Receipts and Cash Payments Journals for the entire year) it is not possible to

calculate the proper Statement of Cash Flows!

b. A simplified approach has been provided in the Excel template!

18

RTK Buderim Mowers – Practice Set

4. PART B – CRITICAL ANALYSES

You are required to complete the questions that are in the special Test of

Knowledge section on Blackboard for the proportion of marks from the major

assignment. The questions are pertinent to your completion of the learning from

the major assignment and from the application of basic accounting knowledge as

well as critical thinking skills.