Alternative Finance – Accounting and corporate Finance

Term Paper/Project:
Due dates for paper topic and outline, the paper, and the revised version of the paper are stated on the syllabus. The outline consists of your three sources or your three subtopics for analysis. A minimum of 5 full pages of writing, double spaced, 12 font, one-inch margins, will be the required format for this writing. The papers must include a cover page, introduction, body, conclusion, two suggested areas of further research, and a bibliography with at least three sources. The cover page (that contains a 3-4 sentence abstract of the paper) and the bibliography do not count in the total of your 5 pages of writing.

Each source in the bibliography must include: Human Author; Title; Publisher or Web Address; Year; and the specific Page Numbers that you referenced. Graphs and diagrams are optional. Any idea/statement that you directly quote or paraphrase must be cited as follows: (Human Author, pg. #).

Due date 12/13/2018

Written so far:

Disruption in Production

New hit rock band, Disruption in Production, has taken the world by storm. Their newfound resounding success came as a surprise as they seemingly blew up overnight with their new hit single,… Media company, Sabo Records must figure out how to ramp up production of CDs, records and merchandise to keep up with demand. In order to properly execute this, key decisions must be made. The company must come up with the proper strategic plan and implement it quickly to begin production. We will have to figure out what process selection will work best for keeping up with high demand for the bands products.

Title and name of company based off of professor’s name and jokes he has made in lecture in a desperate pandering attempt. You may use as much or little to none of this as you see fit. My understanding is that the paper must follow the guidelines using course concepts and can be about a real or fictional business. Can provide more detail and material as requested.

Practical Operations Management
second edition
Natalie Simpson
Philip Hancock
IBSN: 978-1-939297-13-6