First, provide a definition of the terms: “conceptual definition” and “operational definition”. Next, conceptualize and operationalize the variable “race.” Read the Census Bureau’s report on race.
Answer the following questions after reading the report: What changes did the Bureau make to the conceptualization and operationalization of race in the 2010 census? Why did the Bureau make these changes? Could the difference in operationalization produce different conclusions about race? Does the Bureau’s conceptualization and operationalization of race coincide with yours? If so, how? If not, what is different? General requirements:
However, the first and foremost objective in organizational planning is the maximization of the present value of the organization’s future cash flows. This is adapted for a number of reasons: It is quantitative and therefore provides a clear guide for future comparisons. Unlike conventional profit calculations, which are based on arbitrary accounting measurements therefore doesn’t have the problem of imprecision. It deals directly with cash available to individuals for them to acquire satisfactory products or services. It gives some leeway to the distribution of cash among all members concerned in the firm. Stage 2 : The collection and analysis of data about alternative courses of action The decisions made by management can be classified into long-term decisions, such as those involving significant changed with an organization’s operation, or short-term decisions such as those, which only affects its running for a short time like the production of a certain product. Management has the responsibility to draw up and evaluate the relative costs and benefits to the organization whichever of the decisions they are undertaking.>