Transcript: Sandi finds a letter written by her dad explaining how her son isn’t dead and is alive. She gets in touch with her son they bond (location: park) and the son moves in with his mother. Kayden moves in there's conflict as they have a few arguments and complications but resolve them. The conflict occurs between them as Kayden steals her money as she is wealthy. He steals the money to feed his drug habit. Props: salt grains and a plastic bag (replica drugs). Binary opposite good vs. bad He posts his number on a paper. Nurse: Jenny Iconography: doll, characters – teenage girl wearing appropriate clothing suitable for teenage girls. Location: in bed: close up camera shot. The father walks in tells her the bad news. Clothing: dark black clothing: low angle camera shot. Representation: Teenage girl: negatively as she got pregnant at a young age. Under age sex. Father: negative as he lies to his daughter however positive by giving the baby up for adoption it will have a better life and cared for. Camera shots and angles: close up on baby (doll) Low angle shot on father- shows he is powerful and dominant. Medium close up of the girl holding the baby. The baby now as a young adult, Kayden discovers he was adopted at birth and decides to look for his mother. He discovers he was adopted as he looked it up online found his mothers details and ends up on her doorstep. The equilibrium is disrupted as the mother has a successful job and is wealthy. Binary opposites: Young vs. old, male vs. female, independent vs. dependent Location: The front of the house. Genre: Drama Film title: Destiny Written by: Sophie Takhar My Treatment ACT 1 ACT 3 The mother doesn’t believe him she thinks he's crazy and closes the door on him, watches him walk away. Son: Kayden ACT 2 CONTINUED Mother: Sandi Mother’s father: Jason The mothers father, Jason past away when she was 18, so she cannot ask him. ACT 1 CONTINUED Kayden decides to leave his mother after spending two years of his life with her. After forming a loving relationship and life style for 2 years his motive was always to leave her to show what it was like to be abandoned by his own family. Characters names ACT 4 ACT 2 When Kayden arrives at the doorstep… A young teenage girl, Sandi gets pregnant at the age of 15. she gives birth to the baby boy however her dad, Jason tells her the baby didn’t survive and died he was lying. He gives the baby up for adoption, however pays the nurse for her silence. Back story Sandi’s mother also gave birth underage however sadly died when Sandi was 11.
Transcript: IMPACT ANALYSIS The Challenge of Impact Analysis How to use Impact Analysis 2. Brainstorm Major Areas Affected The challenge in conducting an Impact Analysis is firstly to capture and structure all the likely consequences of a decision; and then, importantly, to ensure that these are managed appropriately. 4. Evaluate Impacts 3. Identify All Areas Now, for each of the major areas identified, brainstorm all of the different elements that could be affected. For example, if you're looking at departments, list all of the departments in your organization. If you're looking at processes, map out the business processes you operate, starting with the process the customer experiences, then moving on to the business processes that support this. B. McKinsey 7Ss Approach: Now brainstorm the major areas affected by the decision or project, and think about whom or what it might affect. Different organizations will have different areas – this is why it's worth spending a little time getting this top level brainstorming correct. 1. Prepare for Impact Analysis Identifying the Full Consequences of Change To conduct an effective Impact Analysis, use the following steps: Impact Analysis is a technique designed to unearth the "unexpected" negative effects of a change on an organization. It provides a structured approach for looking at a proposed change, so that you can identify as many of the negative impacts or consequences of the change as possible. Firstly, this makes it an important tool for evaluating whether you want to run a project. Secondly, and once the decision to go ahead has been made, it helps you prepare for and manage any serious issues that may arise. Using the popular McKinsey 7Ss Add to My Personal Learning Plan approach to thinking about the things that are important to an organization: Strategy. Structure. Systems. Shared Values. Skills. Styles. Staff. A. Organizational Approach: The first step is to gather a good team, with access to the right information sources. Make sure that the project or solution proposed is clearly defined, and that everyone involved in the assessment is clearly briefed as to what is proposed and the problems that it is intended to address. Impacts on different departments. Impacts on different business processes. Impacts on different customer groups. Impacts on different groups of people. Having listed all of the groups of people and everything that will be affected in an appropriate level of detail, the next step is to work through these lists identifying and listing the possible negative and positive impacts of the decision, and making an estimate of the size of the impact and the consequences of the decision.
Transcript: Young Black males, schooling and the academy: Discipline and Restoration Jourdan Alsobrook MDSK 6691 > Setting Rural elementary school in Southern Louisiana Settings and Participants 5 Black males ages 7-8 Focus students were chosen because of an ongoing behavior issue where school wide interventions were not helping to improve behavior PBIS Zero Tolerance Policies School Wide Interventions Critical Issue Black students are receiving more severe disciplinary measures in comparison to other students. (U.S Department of Education) > Critical Issue > Existing Literature Existing Literature > Themes of Literature Restorative Practices Zero Tolerance Policies There is a consistent power struggle between students and staff when it comes to zero tolerance policies Restorative practices focus on the relationships between students and teachers to ensure that students are being heard and can resolve issues rather than acting out. CRCM focuses on providing equitable opportunities for all students in a culturally responsive way. 15.1% Culturally Relevant Classroom Management Black Student Enrollment in Public Schools 31.4% Percentage of students who were suspended who were Black School to Prison Pipeline The school to prison pipeline examined the culture of fear that is instilled in us as a society when it comes Black boys as well as how that culture of fear and zero tolerance policies cause the fast track to the school to prison pipeline. Analysis of Impact > Analysis of impact Mixed Methodology Students were given a school climate survey to gauge their initial thoughts of school discipline. Qualitative Quantitative At the end of each Restorative Circle meeting a Post Circle Evaluation was administered to each of the students. Data from these evaluations was analyzed and put into a table to compare students' thoughts and feelings from the beginning of this research to the end. Each Monday the focus group would engage in a Restorative Circle, where they would discuss any discipline issues, All circle meetings were recorded and later analyzed. Each student in the focus group also received a digital journal for them to journal their thoughts throughout this research. Journals were read at the end of each week. > Reflection Reflection Students enjoy school more when they feel respected Affective Statements are Necessary Change is hard Review Current Disciplinary Practices
Transcript: Follow Suggested Analysis Overall, it was a slightly positive month for NHSJE; however, there was still a lot of negativity out there. Blog platforms showed interest in sharing an article of information entitled "Momentiscam" The goal of this Impact Analysis is to report on what factors influenced the fluctuations in public discussion about the featured brands. An information search and analysis was conducted across all the relevant social media channels to derive the conclusions presented in this report. * For the purposes of the report, National Home Services and Just Energy were grouped together in one set of key words. References will be henceforth made via the NHSJE acronym. Follow Suggested Reliant Energy's spike occured as a result of the announcement of a new way to monitor usage Spike 3: Steer clear of linking yourself to the term "Momentis" in your communications, for the time being at least. Also, it may serve to identify and correct any misinformation that may exist on the blogosphere. NHSJE's Twitter activity spiked three times: Job advertisements Excerpt: Enbridge had a negative social media period, whereas Union Gas's would be positive. A comparison of competition keywords Re-start the Twitter account dedicated to job postings exclusively (people may not want company info, just job postings.) Promote what people like about you. Re-Tweet from main account. Period covered: May 21st - April 21st 2012. Impact Analysis Blog quote: "...Over the past few years, many customers of National Fuel have been persuaded by companies like Just Energy to sign long term contracts to lock in rates. The problem with this option is that these companies have many research indicators that rates will go lower but they are all too happy to overcharge their customers..." Spike 2: This announcement was not popular on Twitter; however, this may have influenced the sharing of information pertaining to Momentis on the blogosphere. The bulk of the positive mentions were inspired by the sharing of job postings. However, employee activity online must be regulated in order to preserve brand reputation. Blogs spiked as well, but for a different reason... Competition Impacts Enbridge's activity spiked due to discussions of a pipeline expansion and resulted in a significant amount of negative tweets. NHSJE Impacts In response, Twitter users advocated against the expansion, and grouped information using the #tarsands hashtag. A negative tweet shared broadly Union Gas's activity spiked with the sharing of information regarding new energy-saving incentives. Set up a monitoring infrastructure for employees on social media along with guidelines based on policy. A report on the social media activity surrounding the National Home Services/Just Energy brand* and its key competitors (Enbridge, Union Gas and Reliant Energy.) Contact Recommendations Carbon offset announcement This section will identify the spikes in social media activity surrounding your brand over the past 30-day period and give a glimpse into what caused these spikes. Derived from the bulk data acquired through a brand-specific keyword search Volume of brand mentions (comparative percentages): Negative Tweet examples An automated sentiment analysis revealed an approximate 2:1 ratio of positive to negative mentions. This was greatly influenced by people sharing terms such as "exciting” with job opportunity tweets. The following charts show where brand mentions occurred. Mentions were distributed fairly similarly across the various social media channels analyzed; however, those who discussed NHSJE were more inclined (proportionately) to share info on blogs than those who discussed Enbridge. * Note: the distribution of mentions for Union Gas and Reliant Energy were adequately similar to the info above. "So you are seeking into potentially joining a Momentis team but ahead of you do you wish to be entirely confident the Momentis scam isn't accurate. I congratulate you on undertaking your due diligence by seeking into these claims, because many individuals won't. They get actually excited regarding a money-making possibility or get hyped up concerning the compensation strategy or products, only to recognize they entirely didn't realize the enterprise and end up by no means producing any type of earnings..." Spike 1:
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Transcript: The challenge of Impact Anaysis Impact Analysis Now, for each of the major areas identified, brainstorm all of the different elements that could be affected. For example, if you're looking at departments, list all of the departments in your organization. If you're looking at processes, map out the business processes you operate, starting with the process the customer experiences, then moving on to the business processes that support this. A. Organizational Approach: 4. Evaluate Impacts For smaller decisions, it can be conducted as a desk exercise. For larger or more risky decisions, it is best conducted with an experienced team, ideally with people from different functional backgrounds within the organization: With a team like this, you're much more likely to spot all of the consequences of a decision than if you conduct the analysis on your own. B. McKinsey 7Ss Approach: There's a lot of overlap here between Impact Analysis and some of the other tools we explain on Mind Tools, particularly Risk Analysis , Risk/Impact Probability Charts and Stakeholder Analysis . 2. Brainstorm Major Areas Affected Having listed all of the groups of people and everything that will be affected in an appropriate level of detail, the next step is to work through these lists identifying and listing the possible negative and positive impacts of the decision, and making an estimate of the size of the impact and the consequences of the decision. Now's the time to turn this information into action. If you're using Impact Analysis as part of the decision making process, you need to weigh whether you want to go ahead with the project or decision proposed. You'll need to ask yourself whether it's worth going ahead with the project given the negative consequences it will cause and given the cost of managing those negative consequences. 5. Manage the Consequences How to use Impact Analysis Work by : Amarilda Luzi Merli Hafizi Accept : Prf. Ufuk Durna 3. Identify All Areas Impact Analysis is a technique designed to unearth the "unexpected" negative effects of a change on an organization. What is impact analysis ? If you're managing a project which has already been given the go-ahead, you'll need to think about things like: • The actions you'll need to take to manage or mitigate these consequences. • How you'll prepare the people affected so that they'll understand and (ideally) support change rather than fighting against it. • The contingency strategy needed to manage the situation should the negative consequences arise. C. Tools-Based Approach: • Impacts on different departments. • Impacts on different business processes. • Impacts on different customer groups. • Impacts on different groups of people. .Now brainstorm the major areas affected by the decision or project, and think about whom or what it might affect. Different organizations will have different areas – this is why it's worth spending a little time getting this top level brainstorming correct. The first step is to gather a good team, with access to the right information sources. Make sure that the project or solution proposed is clearly defined, and that everyone involved in the assessment is clearly briefed as to what is proposed and the problems that it is intended to address. Using the popular McKinsey 7Ss approach to thinking about the things that are important to an organization: The challenge in conducting an Impact Analysis is firstly to capture and structure all the likely consequences of a decision; and then, importantly, to ensure that these are managed appropriately.
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Transcript: Presented by Ram Impact Analysis Introduction A1 What is Impact Analysis ? identifying the potential consequences of a change, or estimating what needs to be modified to accomplish a change SUBTOPIC 1 What is Impact Analysis Document? Impact Analysis document can be used as a checklist. It is used to evaluate change request before working on them. The Impact Analysis document should give details like 1. Brief description of an issue 2. Explain or show an example of how the defect is causing failure and/or inefficiency 3. Include an estimate of complexity 4. Include an estimate of cost and time for a fix 5. Functionality to be tested 6. List down the new test cases created for the change 7. Reference document- Mention the reference document, technical specification, etc. Doc Document Sample Changes Done : Title: Description: Date Prepare: Prioritization estimate: Estimated total effort: NN hours Estimated schedule Impact: NN days Quality Impacted; Other Requirement affected: Other tasks affected: Integration issues: SUBTOPIC 2 How We know The impact Impact Analysis can be marked as per the color code to represent the criticality of the changes or impact of the changes over the system. Red : Critical / Blocker Yellow : Major / Moderate Green : Minor / Weak Features that are marked with red indicates the main features which are changed, those with yellow are the features that are less influenced by the change and those with the green are the least one. Features mentioned vertically resembles those features that are changed while horizontally those features are mentioned which performed changes can influence. For example, in above example the change in feature 1 influence the feature 3 For a larger project where features and functionality are more, then above table may not be of any use. In such case, another approach is adopted, where developer straightaway marks the level of influence due to the changes in main features. As shown below where the impact of the Main feature is marked for respective sub-features. CHART CHART Features that are marked with red indicates the main features which are changed, those with yellow are the features that are less influenced by the change and those with the green are the least one. Features mentioned vertically resembles those features that are changed while horizontally those features are mentioned which performed changes can influence. For example, in above example the change in feature 1 influence the feature3 Another Way TIMELINE For a larger project where features and functionalities are more then above table may not be of any use. In such case, another approach is adopted, where developer straightaway marks the level of influence due to the changes in main features. As shown below where the impact of the Main feature is marked for respective sub-features. Benefits A2 Benefits 1. All areas are covered by the QC team 2. Future risk can be avoided 3. It helps you during testing by deciding what kind of tests are needed to ensure the correctness of those changes 4. It tells us about the parts of the system that may be unintentionally affected because of the change in the application and therefore need careful regression testing. 5. Many more also eInvoice Example A3 Example & Solution Lets Discuss about recent changes :- Issue : ZSN side CM creation blocker due to Line level tax That issue got fix and also CM/invoice flow working properly, but we did not check buyer side invoice where code also impacted and found blocker issue around that We have to check the code or any condition commit by developer or else developer should tell us what he/she changed on code to resolve the issue Any Thoughts or Input A4 Any Thoughts ? Question and Answer ? Thank You !!
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