Give a brief introduction of the patient (date, time, place, how they got there, and with whom, as well as their presenting symptoms and assessment. Include everything that is done to that patient and any symptoms displayed from admission to discharge. Also include a diagnosis (if known) tests with results, treatments with results, and a discharge plan. Use a combined total of 10 medical terms and/or no more than 3 abbreviations to explain your case.Tell where you got your information.
ify the Problem This report aims at understanding how application of ASX Corporate Governance Principles and Recommendations could have potentially turned around Woolworths Limited – Masters Home Improvement. Determine Relevant Information (Rankin, 2017) defines corporate governance as “system by which corporations are directed and controlled”. Corporate governance also describes the framework of rules, relationships, systems and processes within corporations and defines accountability (ASX, 2014). Corporate underperformance is the company’s inability to meet the expectation of its stakeholders. Corporate turnaround means restructuring the company to return it to operational normality and financial solvency (Downey & CIMA, 2009). It usually involves a failure of leadership (Slatter, 2011) and lack of concern for corporate governance. The most important function of a board of directors is to foresee and manage risk. In case of Masters home improvement, it is evident that the board failed to gauge the risk with entering a market with virtually no gap and dominated by long standing players like Bunnings. Masters was conceived in 2009 with an aim to put extra pressure on Westfarmers, owner of Coles, which also operated the top hardware player in the market, Bunnings. Masters started operations in 2011 in partnership with Lowe’s; by 2016 it had more than 60 stores (Evans, 2016). It was a recipe for disaster, a consequence of poor strategic decisions, overexpansion and ill-judged acquisitions (Hamilton & Mickelthwait, 2006).>GET ANSWER