Compare and contrast the roles, qualifications, and duties of state judges and federal judges. Using your research, create job descriptions for state judges and federal judges. Which do you think has a more difficult job and why? Consider in your answer the caseload and types of cases state and federal courts handle, and the amount of public and media scrutiny state and federal judges receive.
Based on your original goals and the plan you are putting into place, what will you tell Michelle?
- What will you measure to determine whether or not your new product plan for MM( Mobile Manufacturing, Inc ) is a success?
- What about a contingency plan?
- Do you need to make recommendations for MM( Mobile Manufacturing, Inc ) if things do not go the way you hope and expect them to?
Michelle is happy with how the plan is being put into place. The date and time for the final board meeting has been set when she calls you.
“How will we know if the new product launch is a success?” she asks. “How will we know if what you have suggested really worked? Since I started this company as an entrepreneur years ago, I feel like everything that happens here is my fault or my responsibility. Does that make sense?”
“You’ve been so supportive to me during this whole process,” you say. “Leave it to me. I’ll think about what you’ve said over the long weekend and I’ll be ready to sit down and discuss the details as I prepare the final draft of the plan.”
Within the Discussion Board area, write 400-600 words that respond to the following questions with your thoughts, ideas, and comments. This will be the foundation for future discussions by your classmates. Be substantive and clear, and use examples to reinforce your ideas.
Term Paper Instructions:
Based on your selected topic on computer related crime, forensics or cyber security create an outline Term Paper #1 due in Week 4. Submit a one page outline with your proposed term paper title, thesis statement, and an outline of the subtopics you will cover in your term paper #1. Please review the term paper details listed under term paper #1 in order to complete the outline.