Organizational Communication for Survival

Selecting an Issue for a Health Communication Plan “Selecting an Issue for a Health Communication Plan
Select a health communication campaign that you would like to develop in your community or city based on one of the six most prevalent serious health problems currently faced by communities today, such as poverty, health security, and communicable diseases.
Based on your research, create a 2- to 3-page report in a Microsoft Word document, including answers to the following questions:

Identify your chosen problem and elaborate why it is a health concern. 
Identify how you will assess the need for the program. What type of data will you review?
How will you determine the target audience?

Write an analytical summary of your learning outcomes from chapters 9 and 10. In addition to your analytical summary, address the following:
1.     As a manager, discuss how you would use or have used the concepts presented in chapters 9 and 10.
2.     Why might managers find a flexible-budget analysis more informative than static-budget analysis?
3.     How might a manager gain insight into the causes of flexible-budget variances for direct materials, labor, and overhead? Provide at least one numerical example to support your thoughts.

Discuss the industry standards for data mining best practices.
Identify pitfalls in data mining, including practices that should be avoided.
Provide an example of company that has successfully practiced data mining. What steps and precautions did they take to ensure the success of their data mining endeavor? How did they keep customer data safe?
In a second example, research a company that experienced a failed data mining experience. What pitfalls did the organization fall into? What would you have done differently?

  1. Discuss the proper procedure for the investigation of an abandoned vehicle that has not been reported stolen and a serious crime has occurred in the area.
  2. As a crime scene investigator you may be assigned to process the scene of a hit and run collision involving a pedestrian. Identify and discuss the type of evidence a crime scene investigator should attempt to locate on the suspect vehicle.
  3. You have a case in which the alleged perpetrator committed the crime inside of a car.  The car has been recovered and now you need to collect evidence.  You have been advised of the need to collect fingerprint evidence from inside the car. How would you do that?  Is it possible to superglue fume the inside of a vehicle? If so, describe. If not, why not?
    B. QUESTIONS (select one for discussion):
  4. Officer Jack Smart responded to a crime scene and collected a computer. The computer was on and he searched the e-mail account and took photos of the screen. Then, he shut down the window program and unplugged the computer. He packaged it in a plastic bag and also collected an external hard drive that was connected to the CPU unit. Discuss if Officer Smart correctly collected and preserved the electronic evidence?
    What would you do different and why?

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