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The Detailed Research Outline (10%) Description: In the Detailed Research Outline (DRO) assignment, you will analyze research, draw conclusions and make recommendations to solve a company’s business problem. The information in your DRO will be transferred into your team project written report when the time comes. This assignment • builds on the research skills you have been learning • improves your writing skills in these areas:  paragraph structure  topic sentences, transitions,  paraphrasing/summarizing  strong verbs/signal verbs • develops critical thinking skills  Do you make a sound argument? Is it convincing?  Do you present your ideas in a logical sequence?  Can you distinguish between problem and solution statements? • uses APA to document your sources and create reference lists Research help is available at the library or from Siobhan Instructions: 1. Use the research skills you have been learning to collect between three and six good quality secondary sources for these pargraphs. a. You may use blogs and internet sources to begin your search and find keywords. i. You may not rely exclusively on blogs and internet sources for your assignment. b. While you should use several sources for this assignment, you may use a source to make more than one point. c. Focus on the North American business context. 2. Search for information (book chapters, journal articles, websites, videos etc.) that you can use to a. explain the costs/challenges associated with this common business problem (one paragraph) i. make your remarks general enough to apply to almost any business b. solve the problems you identified (one paragraph) 3. Fill out the template exactly as shown. a. Do not delete coloured font or change the formatting. b. Make sure your document is formatted EXACTLY as shown in the sample document provided. c. Name the file LNameFName_DRO_BUS130-2020S Transition Table (see page 320 of textbook) Transitions of addition tell your reader you are adding more information to the point you just made. Transitions of clarification tell your reader you are clarifying a point. Transition of cause and effect show consequences Transitions of summary tell reader you are wrapping up (last sentence of paragraph) In addition, Specifically, Therefore, To summarize, Moreover, For instance, As such, In short, Furthermore, For example, This means, As such, Also, In other words, Overall, In fact, Thus, Some strong signal verbs claimed found suggested argued noted indicated APA Pattern (see citation sheet provided) Number of Authors In text (name (year) + signal verb) Parenthetical (at end of sentence) 1 Smith (2017) claimed… Sentence … (Smith, 2017). Smith (2017) stated the “standing desks are revolutionizing office work” (p. 12) “Standing desks are revolutionizing office work” and warrant serious study (Smith, 2017, p. 12). 2 Smith and Martin (2017) noted … Sentence… (Smith & Martin, 2017). 3 Smith, Martin and Stokes (2017) argued Sentence… (Smith, Martin & Stokes, 2017). 6 or more Smith et al. (2017) suggested… Sentence… (Smith et al., 2017). Delete these instructions (page 1-2) and sample pages before submitting! BUS 130: TEMPLATE FOR YOUR DETAILED RESEARCH OUTLINE (DRO) This assignment has six parts as follows: PART 1: Research 1. What common business problem are you writing about? Type sentence here. 2. Type your business problem as a question (see page 278) Type sentence here 3. List three effective keyword searches for your topic. Each must include a Boolean operator (AND, OR, NOT, “__”, *). Use a numbered list. a. Type search 1 here b. Type search 2 here c. Type search 3 here PART 2: Check Your Critical Thinking (Logic) 1. Fill out the table below. The purpose of this table is to make sure there is a clear link between the problem you identify and the solution you write about. Problem identified (paragraph 1) Why does this issue hurt businesses? What happens/what is the cost if a business doesn’t fix this issue (e.g., lower productivity and profits)? Solution to that problem (paragraph 2) 1 2 3 PART 3: Write Your Outline for Body Paragraph One (the Problem) Write a topic sentence, three supporting points (evidence to support topic sentence) and a summary sentence. The paragraph should be between 8 and 10 sentences. Make sure your points describe the business problem. DO NOT REMOVE coloured font or the underlined transitions. 1. Write a topic sentence for body paragraph one: Type topic sentence here 2. To begin with, + summarize your first point. a. Transition + second supporting sentence. May use a quote, example or paraphrased material. Follow APA. 3. Next, + summarize your second point. a. Transition + second supporting sentence. May use a quote, example or paraphrased material. Follow APA. 4. Finally, + summarize your third point. a. Transition + second supporting sentence. May use a quote, example or paraphrased material. Follow APA. 5. Write a summary sentence for body paragraph one as shown: 4. As such, + type summary sentence here. PART 4: Write Your Outline for Body Paragraph Two (the Solution) Write a topic sentence, three supporting points (evidence to support topic sentence) and a summary sentence. The paragraph should be between 8 and 10 sentences. Make sure your points describe solutions to the problems you identified above. DO NOT REMOVE coloured font or the underlined transitions. 6. Write a topic sentence for body paragraph one: Type topic sentence here 7. First, + summarize your first point. a. Transition + second supporting sentence. May use a quote, example or paraphrased material. Follow APA. 8. Second, + summarize your second point. a. Transition + second supporting sentence. May use a quote, example or paraphrased material. Follow APA. 9. Third, + summarize your third point. a. Transition + second supporting sentence. May use a quote, example or paraphrased material. Follow APA. 10. Write a summary sentence for body paragraph one as shown: 5. To sum up, + type summary sentence here. Part 5: Prepare your Reference List • References goes on its own page • It only includes works you cited, not everything you read • You must use a combination of online and academic/professional business sources (3-6 sources) • Copy and paste the APA citation from the library database in the space below. • Edit them to follow APA formatting. In other words, use: (-.5 each item) a. alphabetical order b. hanging indent for each entry c. correct font and spacing d. complete-nothing missing e. correct italics and capitalization • DELETE the above set of instructions before submitting Part 6: Do a Self -Assessment 1. What was the biggest thing you learned from doing this assignment? What would you do differently next time? (minimum 50 words). SAMPLE COMPLETED DETAILED RESEARCH OUTLINE DELETE THIS PART BEFORE SUBMITTING! PART 1: Research 1. What common business problem are you writing about? Worker wellbeing and productivity. 2. Type your business problem as a question (see page 278): How can standing desks improve worker wellbeing and productivity? 3. List three effective keyword searches for your topic. Each must include a Boolean operator (AND, OR, NOT, “__”, *). Use a numbered list: a. Prolonged sitting AND problems b. Standing desk AND productivity c. Active workstations OR stand*desk* PART 2: Check Your Critical Thinking (Logic) 4. Fill out the table below. The purpose of this table is to make sure there is a clear link between the problem you identify and the solution you write about. Check your reasoning! Problem identified (paragraph 1) Why does this issue hurt businesses? What happens/what is the cost if a business doesn’t fix this issue (e.g., lower productivity and profits)? Solution to that problem (paragraph 2) 1 Sitting makes workers ill The American Medica Association recommends standing desks to improve worker health 2 Prolonged sitting lowers worker productivity Standing desks gave workers more energy 3 Excessive sitting makes workers feel unhappy St
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ding at works increases worker happiness and loyalty PART 3: Write Your Outline for Body Paragraph One (the Problem) Write a topic sentence, three supporting points (evidence to support topic sentence) and a summary sentence. The paragraph should be between 8 and 10 sentences. Make sure your points describe the business problem. DO NOT REMOVE coloured font or the underlined transitions. 1. Because it causes so many health problems, medical researchers consider prolonged sitting as dangerous as smoking” (Sitting, 2019). 2. To begin with, prolonged sitting can make workers ill. In fact, researchers have found an increased cancer risk for people in sitting professions (Stamatakis et al, 2013). Prolonged silting also increases risk for serious circulatory problems (Stamatakis et al, 2013). 1. Next, prolonged sitting can make workers physically uncomfortable which lowers productivity. For example, Baker, Coenen, Howie, Williamson and Straker (2004) observed that extended sitting can increase low back and buttock discomfort and is linked to a decrease creative problem-solving ability. 3. Finally, excessive sitting at work makes workers feel exhausted and unhappy. To illustrate, Daneshmandi, Choobinehm Ghaem and Kirimi (2017) found that workers who sit for more than six hours a day report a list of concerns including “exhaustion during the working day, decreased job satisfaction, hypertension, […] musculoskeletal disorder, and symptoms in the shoulders, lower back, thighs, and knees” (p. 69). 4. As such, research suggests that prolonged sitting can harm worker health. PART 4: Write Your Outline for Body Paragraph Two (the Solution) Write a topic sentence, three supporting points (evidence to support topic sentence) and a summary sentence. The paragraph should be between 8 and 10 sentences. Make sure your points describe solutions to the problems you identified above. DO NOT REMOVE coloured font or the underlined transitions. 1. Using standing desks in the workplace has been shown to improve worker wellbeing. 2. First, The American Medical Association endorses standing desks. They specifically encourage the use of standing desks to promote a healthier workplace because they reduce back pain and other musculoskeletal complaints (Sparkman, 2018). 3. Second, a pilot project of Canadian government workers found standing desks gave them more energy. The author noted that “about 70% [of these workers] said that standing desks boosted their productivity at work and 85% said they had more energy…” (Jordan Press, 2016). This is supported by a further study that showed standing desks help improve mood and energy levels (Pronk, Katz, Lowry & Payfer, 2012). 4. Third, research suggests that active workstations improve worker’s emotional wellbeing by increasing dopamine production (Daneshmandi, Choobinehm Ghaem & Kirimi, 2017). As such, they noted that workers who stand when they work are more likely to be “productive, happy, and committed to their employers” (p.88). 5. To sum up, research indicates that standing desks can improve worker wellbeing.   Part 6: Do a Self -Assessment 1. What was the biggest thing you learned from doing this assignment? What would you do differently next time? (minimum 50 words). Add your text here. References Baker, R., Coenen, P., Howie, E., Williamson, A., & Straker, L. (2018). The short term musculoskeletal and cognitive effects of prolonged sitting during office computer work. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 15(8). https://doi-org.libsecure.camosun.bc.ca:2443/10.3390/ijerph15081678 Daneshmandi, H., Choobineh, A., Ghaem, H., & Karimi, M. (2017). Adverse effects of prolonged sitting behavior on the general health of office workers. Journal of Lifestyle Medicine, 7(2), 69–75. https://doi-org.libsecure.camosun.bc.ca:2443/10.15280/jlm.2017.7.2.69 Fit at Midlife. (2019, February). Sitting-the new smoking? Retrieved from https://fitatmidlife.com/sitting-new-smoking/ Greenlund, I. M., Suriano, P. E., Elmer, S. J., Carter, J. R., & Durocher, J. J. (2019). Chronic standing desk use and arterial stiffness. Journal of Physical Activity & Health, 16(11), 1022–1028. Retrieved from https://search-ebscohost-com.libsecure.camosun.bc.ca:2443/login.aspx?direct=true&db=s3h&AN=140101445&site=eds-live Jordan Press. (n.d.). Get up, stand up: pilot project suggests civil servants love “sit-stand” desks. Canadian Press, The. Retrieved from https://search-ebscohost-com.libsecure.camosun.bc.ca:2443/login.aspx?direct=true&db=rch&AN=MYO179133077916&site=eds-liveSparkman, D. (2018). Pronk, N. P., Katz, A. S., Lowry, M., & Payfer, J. R. (2012). Reducing occupational sitting time and improving worker health: the Take-a-Stand Project, 2011. Preventing Chronic Disease, 9, E154. https://doi.org/10.5888.pcd9.110323 Stamatakis,E. Chau, J. Y. Pedisic,. Bauman, A. Macniven, R. Coombs, N. & Hamer, M. (2013). Are sitting occupations associated with increased all-cause, cancer, and cardiovascular disease mortality risk? A pooled analysis of seven British population cohorts. PLoS ONE, (9), e73753. https://doi-org.libsecure.camosun.bc.ca:2443/10.1371/journal.pone.0073753. The Detailed Research Outline (10%)
 
Description:
 
In the Detailed Research Outline (DRO) assignment, you will analyze research, draw conclusions and make recommendations to solve a company’s business problem.
 
The information in your DRO will be transferred into your team project written report when the time comes.
 
This assignment

  • builds on the research skills you have been learning
  • improves your writing skills in these areas:
    • paragraph structure
    • topic sentences, transitions,
    • paraphrasing/summarizing
    • strong verbs/signal verbs
  • develops critical thinking skills
    • Do you make a sound argument? Is it convincing?
    • Do you present your ideas in a logical sequence?
    • Can you distinguish between problem and solution statements?
  • uses APA to document your sources and create reference lists

Research help is available at the library or from Siobhan
 
 
Instructions:
 

  1. Use the research skills you have been learning to collect between three and six good quality secondary sources for these pargraphs.
    1. You may use blogs and internet sources to begin your search and find keywords.
      1. You may not rely exclusively on blogs and internet sources for your assignment.
    2. While you should use several sources for this assignment, you may use a source to make more than one point.
    3. Focus on the North American business context.

 

  1. Search for information (book chapters, journal articles, websites, videos etc.) that you can use to
    1. explain the costs/challenges associated with this common business problem (one paragraph)
      1. make your remarks general enough to apply to almost any business
    2. solve the problems you identified (one paragraph)

 

  1. Fill out the template exactly as shown.
    1. Do not delete coloured font or change the formatting.
    2. Make sure your document is formatted EXACTLY as shown in the sample document provided.
    3. Name the file LNameFName_DRO_BUS130-2020S

Transition Table (see page 320 of textbook)

Transitions of addition tell your reader you are adding more information to the point you just made.Transitions of clarification tell your reader you are clarifying a point.Transition of cause and effect show consequencesTransitions of summary tell reader you are wrapping up (last sentence of paragraph)
In addition,Specifically,Therefore,To summarize,
Moreover,For instance,As such,In short,
Furthermore,For example,This means,As such,
Also,In other words, Overall,
In fact,Thus,  

 
Some strong signal verbs

claimedfoundsuggested 
arguednotedindicated 

 
APA Pattern (see citation sheet provided)

Number of AuthorsIn text (name (year) + signal verb)Parenthetical (at end of sentence)
1Smith (2017) claimed…Sentence … (Smith, 2017).
Smith (2017) stated the “standing desks are revolutionizing office work” (p. 12)“Standing desks are revolutionizing office work” and warrant serious study (Smith, 2017, p. 12).
2Smith and Martin (2017) noted …Sentence… (Smith & Martin, 2017).
3Smith, Martin and Stokes (2017) arguedSentence… (Smith, Martin & Stokes, 2017).
6 or moreSmith et al. (2017) suggested…Sentence… (Smith et al., 2017).

Delete these instructions (page 1-2) and sample pages before submitting!
 
BUS 130: TEMPLATE FOR YOUR DETAILED RESEARCH OUTLINE (DRO)
This assignment has six parts as follows:
 
PART 1: Research
 

  1. What common business problem are you writing about? Type sentence here.

 

  1. Type your business problem as a question (see page 278) Type sentence here

 

  1. List three effective keyword searches for your topic. Each must include a Boolean operator (AND, OR, NOT, “__”, *). Use a numbered list.
    1. Type search 1 here
    2. Type search 2 here
    3. Type search 3 here

PART 2: Check Your Critical Thinking (Logic)
 

  1. Fill out the table below. The purpose of this table is to make sure there is a clear link between the problem you identify and the solution you write about.

 

Problem identified (paragraph 1)

Why does this issue hurt businesses? What happens/what is the cost if a business doesn’t fix this issue (e.g., lower productivity and profits)?
 

Solution to that problem (paragraph 2)

1

2

3

PART 3: Write Your Outline for Body Paragraph One (the Problem)

 
Write a topic sentence, three supporting points (evidence to support topic sentence) and a summary sentence. The paragraph should be between 8 and 10 sentences.
 
Make sure your points describe the business problem.
 
DO NOT REMOVE coloured font or the underlined transitions.

  1. Write a topic sentence for body paragraph one: Type topic sentence here
  2. To begin with, + summarize your first point.
    1. Transition + second supporting sentence. May use a quote, example or paraphrased material. Follow APA.
  3. Next, + summarize your second point.
    1. Transition + second supporting sentence. May use a quote, example or paraphrased material. Follow APA.
  4. Finally, + summarize your third point.
    1. Transition + second supporting sentence. May use a quote, example or paraphrased material. Follow APA.
  5. Write a summary sentence for body paragraph one as shown:
  6. As such, + type summary sentence here.

PART 4: Write Your Outline for Body Paragraph Two (the Solution)

 
Write a topic sentence, three supporting points (evidence to support topic sentence) and a summary sentence. The paragraph should be between 8 and 10 sentences.
 
Make sure your points describe solutions to the problems you identified above.
 
DO NOT REMOVE coloured font or the underlined transitions.

  1. Write a topic sentence for body paragraph one: Type topic sentence here
  2. First, + summarize your first point.
    1. Transition + second supporting sentence. May use a quote, example or paraphrased material. Follow APA.
  3. Second, + summarize your second point.
    1. Transition + second supporting sentence. May use a quote, example or paraphrased material. Follow APA.
  4. Third, + summarize your third point.
    1. Transition + second supporting sentence. May use a quote, example or paraphrased material. Follow APA.
  5. Write a summary sentence for body paragraph one as shown:
  6. To sum up, + type summary sentence here.

 

Part 5: Prepare your Reference List

  • References goes on its own page
  • It only includes works you cited, not everything you read
  • You must use a combination of online and academic/professional business sources (3-6 sources)
  • Copy and paste the APA citation from the library database in the space below.
  • Edit them to follow APA formatting. In other words, use: (-.5 each item)
    1. alphabetical order
    2. hanging indent for each entry
    3. correct font and spacing
    4. complete-nothing missing
    5. correct italics and capitalization
  • DELETE the above set of instructions before submitting

Part 6: Do a Self -Assessment
 
 

  1. What was the biggest thing you learned from doing this assignment? What would you do differently next time? (minimum 50 words).

 
 
 
SAMPLE COMPLETED DETAILED RESEARCH OUTLINE
DELETE THIS PART BEFORE SUBMITTING!
 
PART 1: Research
 

  1. What common business problem are you writing about? Worker wellbeing and productivity.
  2. Type your business problem as a question (see page 278): How can standing desks improve worker wellbeing and productivity?
  3. List three effective keyword searches for your topic. Each must include a Boolean operator (AND, OR, NOT, “__”, *). Use a numbered list:
    1. Prolonged sitting AND problems
    2. Standing desk AND productivity
    3. Active workstations OR stand*desk*

PART 2: Check Your Critical Thinking (Logic)
 

  1. Fill out the table below. The purpose of this table is to make sure there is a clear link between the problem you identify and the solution you write about. Check your reasoning!

 

Problem identified (paragraph 1)

Why does this issue hurt businesses? What happens/what is the cost if a business doesn’t fix this issue (e.g., lower productivity and profits)?
 

Solution to that problem (paragraph 2)

1

Sitting makes workers ill

The American Medica Association recommends standing desks to improve worker health

2

Prolonged sitting lowers worker productivity

Standing desks gave workers more energy

3

Excessive sitting makes workers feel unhappy

Standing at works increases worker happiness and loyalty

PART 3: Write Your Outline for Body Paragraph One (the Problem)

 
Write a topic sentence, three supporting points (evidence to support topic sentence) and a summary sentence. The paragraph should be between 8 and 10 sentences.
 
Make sure your points describe the business problem.
 
DO NOT REMOVE coloured font or the underlined transitions.

  1. Because it causes so many health problems, medical researchers consider prolonged sitting as dangerous as smoking” (Sitting, 2019).
  2. To begin with, prolonged sitting can make workers ill. In fact, researchers have found an increased cancer risk for people in sitting professions (Stamatakis et al, 2013). Prolonged silting also increases risk for serious circulatory problems (Stamatakis et al, 2013).
  3. Next, prolonged sitting can make workers physically uncomfortable which lowers productivity. For example, Baker, Coenen, Howie, Williamson and Straker (2004) observed that extended sitting can increase low back and buttock discomfort and is linked to a decrease creative problem-solving ability.
  4. Finally, excessive sitting at work makes workers feel exhausted and unhappy. To illustrate, Daneshmandi, Choobinehm Ghaem and Kirimi (2017) found that workers who sit for more than six hours a day report a list of concerns including “exhaustion during the working day, decreased job satisfaction, hypertension, […] musculoskeletal disorder, and symptoms in the shoulders, lower back, thighs, and knees” (p. 69).
  5. As such, research suggests that prolonged sitting can harm worker health.

PART 4: Write Your Outline for Body Paragraph Two (the Solution)

 
Write a topic sentence, three supporting points (evidence to support topic sentence) and a summary sentence. The paragraph should be between 8 and 10 sentences.
 
Make sure your points describe solutions to the problems you identified above.
 
DO NOT REMOVE coloured font or the underlined transitions.

  1. Using standing desks in the workplace has been shown to improve worker wellbeing.
  2. First, The American Medical Association endorses standing desks. They specifically encourage the use of standing desks to promote a healthier workplace because they reduce back pain and other musculoskeletal complaints (Sparkman, 2018).
  3. Second, a pilot project of Canadian government workers found standing desks gave them more energy. The author noted that “about 70% [of these workers] said that standing desks boosted their productivity at work and 85% said they had more energy…” (Jordan Press,  2016). This is supported by a further study that showed standing desks help improve mood and energy levels (Pronk, Katz, Lowry & Payfer, 2012).
  4. Third, research suggests that active workstations improve worker’s emotional wellbeing by increasing dopamine production (Daneshmandi, Choobinehm Ghaem & Kirimi, 2017). As such, they noted that workers who stand when they work are more likely to be “productive, happy, and committed to their employers” (p.88).
  5. To sum up, research indicates that standing desks can improve worker wellbeing.

Part 6: Do a Self -Assessment
 

  1. What was the biggest thing you learned from doing this assignment? What would you do differently next time? (minimum 50 words).

Add your text here.
References
 
Baker, R., Coenen, P., Howie, E., Williamson, A., & Straker, L. (2018). The short term musculoskeletal and cognitive effects of prolonged sitting during office computer work. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 15(8). https://doi-org.libsecure.camosun.bc.ca:2443/10.3390/ijerph15081678
 
Daneshmandi, H., Choobineh, A., Ghaem, H., & Karimi, M. (2017). Adverse effects of prolonged sitting behavior on the general health of office workers. Journal of Lifestyle Medicine7(2), 69–75. https://doi-org.libsecure.camosun.bc.ca:2443/10.15280/jlm.2017.7.2.69
 
Fit at Midlife. (2019, February). Sitting-the new smoking? Retrieved from https://fitatmidlife.com/sitting-new-smoking/
 
Greenlund, I. M., Suriano, P. E., Elmer, S. J., Carter, J. R., & Durocher, J. J. (2019). Chronic standing desk use and arterial stiffness. Journal of Physical Activity & Health, 16(11), 1022–1028. Retrieved from https://search-ebscohost-com.libsecure.camosun.bc.ca:2443/login.aspx?direct=true&db=s3h&AN=140101445&site=eds-live
 
Jordan Press. (n.d.). Get up, stand up: pilot project suggests civil servants love “sit-stand” desks. Canadian Press, The. Retrieved from https://search-ebscohost-com.libsecure.camosun.bc.ca:2443/login.aspx?direct=true&db=rch&AN=MYO179133077916&site=eds-liveSparkman, D. (2018).
 
Pronk, N. P., Katz, A. S., Lowry, M., & Payfer, J. R. (2012). Reducing occupational sitting time and improving worker health: the Take-a-Stand Project, 2011. Preventing Chronic Disease, 9, E154. https://doi.org/10.5888.pcd9.110323
 
Stamatakis,E.  Chau, J. Y.  Pedisic,. Bauman, A. Macniven, R. Coombs, N.  & Hamer, M. (2013). Are sitting occupations associated with increased all-cause, cancer, and cardiovascular disease mortality risk? A pooled analysis of seven British population cohorts. PLoS ONE, (9), e73753. https://doi-org.libsecure.camosun.bc.ca:2443/10.1371/journal.pone.0073753
 
 

The Detailed Research Outline (10%) Description: In the Detailed Research Outline (DRO) assignment, you will analyze research, draw conclusions and make recommendations to solve a company’s business problem. The information in your DRO will be transferred into your team project written report when the time comes. This assignment • builds on the research skills you have been learning • improves your writing skills in these areas:  paragraph structure  topic sentences, transitions,  paraphrasing/summarizing  strong verbs/signal verbs • develops critical thinking skills  Do you make a sound argument? Is it convincing?  Do you present your ideas in a logical sequence?  Can you distinguish between problem and solution statements? • uses APA to document your sources and create reference lists Research help is available at the library or from Siobhan Instructions: 1. Use the research skills you have been learning to collect between three and six good quality secondary sources for these pargraphs. a. You may use blogs and internet sources to begin your search and find keywords. i. You may not rely exclusively on blogs and internet sources for your assignment. b. While you should use several sources for this assignment, you may use a source to make more than one point. c. Focus on the North American business context. 2. Search for information (book chapters, journal articles, websites, videos etc.) that you can use to a. explain the costs/challenges associated with this common business proble

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