After reading the supplement article on Business Analytics linked to the week 1 schedule, write an essay on how business analytics impacts you today, or its potential role in your chosen career path. Do research for your paper, or interview someone who works in your area. The goals of this paper are two-fold: (1) focus on high quality writing, using the COBE Writing Styles Guide for writing help and citations. (2) consider the importance of BI from a personal/work/career perspective.

After reading the supplement article on Business Analytics linked to the week 1 schedule, write an essay on how business analytics impacts you today, or its potential role in your chosen career path. Do research for your paper, or interview someone who works in your area. The goals of this paper are two-fold: (1) focus on high quality writing, using the COBE Writing Styles Guide for writing help and citations. (2) consider the importance of BI from a personal/work/career perspective.

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Explain the significant impact this career development experience has had and will continue to have on your life.

Explain the significant impact this career development experience has had and will continue to have on your life.

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5. Provide a brief discussion with supporting evidence to the following inquiry: With the responsibility of overseeing career development processes, how does management equip employees with skills that impact their performance in an efficient and effective manner?

5. Provide a brief discussion with supporting evidence to the following inquiry: With the responsibility of overseeing career development processes, how does management equip employees with skills that impact their performance in an efficient and effective manner?

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During deployment processing, soldiers undergo medical screening.After a wait, each soldier see same dicaltechnician who reviews his or her records.If the records review shows no problems—the soldier is physically qualified to deploy—then the soldier departs to the next step in deployment processing.It he records do reveal a potential medical issue,the soldier instead sees a doctor,who assesses the soldier’s condition and determines both deployability and for those who are medically disqualified, treatment needs.In rare cases ,the doctor in itiate a medical board to evaluate the soldier for retention in the military. Currently, 80 soldiers per hour arrive for deployment screening,and 80% of them pass there cords review.On average,20 people are waiting for the medical records review,which takes 6 minutes. When the records review indicates a soldier must see a doctor,the soldier reports to a waiting room,where an average of 8 soldiers are waiting. After a wait,the soldier sees a doctor, who reviews the soldier’s condition and either approves the soldier for deployment(75%of the time) or disapproves deployment and conducts a morein-deptxeam to determine treatment(20%of the time)or the need for a medical board(5%ofthetime).Each doctor’s exam takes,on average,6minutes if the solider is medically able to deploy(the doctor pretty much replicates the records review),15 minutes if the soldier requires some kind of treatment,and 30 minutes in those rare cases that require the doctor to initiate a medical review board. Assume the process is stable;that is,average inflow rate equals average outflow rate.[Finally,thisisNOTaqueuingproblem.] a. On average,how long does a soldier spend in the deployment process?

During deployment processing, soldiers undergo medical screening.After a wait, each soldier see same dicaltechnician who reviews his or her records.If the records review shows no problems—the soldier is physically qualified to deploy—then the soldier departs to the next step in deployment processing.It he records do reveal a potential medical issue,the soldier instead sees a doctor,who assesses the soldier’s condition and determines both deployability and for those who are medically disqualified, treatment needs.In rare cases ,the doctor in itiate a medical board to evaluate the soldier for retention in the military. Currently, 80 soldiers per hour arrive for deployment screening,and 80% of them pass there cords review.On average,20 people are waiting for the medical records review,which takes 6 minutes. When the records review indicates a soldier must see a doctor,the soldier reports to a waiting room,where an average of 8 soldiers are waiting. After a wait,the soldier sees a doctor, who reviews the soldier’s condition and either approves the soldier for deployment(75%of the time) or disapproves deployment and conducts a morein-deptxeam to determine treatment(20%of the time)or the need for a medical board(5%ofthetime).Each doctor’s exam takes,on average,6minutes if the solider is medically able to deploy(the doctor pretty much replicates the records review),15 minutes if the soldier requires some kind of treatment,and 30 minutes in those rare cases that require the doctor to initiate a medical review board. Assume the process is stable;that is,average inflow rate equals average outflow rate.[Finally,thisisNOTaqueuingproblem.] a. On average,how long does a soldier spend in the deployment process?

6+0.75*6+.2*15+.05*30 = 15 miutes     Timeindeploymentsystem:15 (minutes)