Supporting material

Absolutely no plagiarism, must be original and very thorough. Please make sure everything is followed in the question and the grading rubric. Assigned articles are attached, please also use at least one other outside academic resource for each question. Must include in-text citations. Must include specific real-life application (current events, work or personal experience, prior coursework, etc.) and/or other peer-reviewed research to support key points. No cover page needed but the questions should be separate with their own references. Please provide short but thorough sentences.

Supporting material: Attached…

CBS This Morning. (2013). Insider trading crackdown: Feds call out high-profile hedge fund for fraud. [Video]. Retrieved from

Question #1:

Stopthenewworldorder (2013). Regulators squirm when asked about “too big to jail”. [Video]. Retrieved from

After watching the video, Regulators Squirm When Asked About “Too Big to Jail”, do you think that reaching a settlement serves the same end as bringing an offender to trial?

Do we need to take Wall Street banks to trial?

Are settlements enough to set an example?

Question #2:

Elizabeth Pemberley was hired in 2006 as a consultant for the Ethics and Compliance Department of NAMG Investment Bank (NAMG). The CEO and Chairman of NAMG believed that the quantitative econometric models indicated that the bank and market were in good shape. However, the Chairman recognized that some fellow investment banks were losing the public’s trust.

What concerns should Elizabeth Pemberley bring up that trouble is ahead?

How should she convince the CEO that immediate changes are needed?

Question #3

Stern Speakers. (2015). Michael Porter: Aligning strategy & project management [Video file]. Retrieved from

Based on the Michael Porter video, what do you see as some of the challenges of demonstrating the value of your project to senior management? How will you adapt your project plan to address these challenges?

My project:

My first choice is project B. The individual project I would like to work for my own campus would be related to Career Development.

I believe the reason why I would like to work on a project as it relates to Career Development would be because I currently work in very close proximity to the Director of Career Development. I believe if I understood more of the compliance issues that department faces as they pertain with Accreditation. I would be a much more well-rounded Allied Health Program Director. My goal is to meet with the Director of Career Development Weekly Friday’s at 1:00 p.m. and discuss and collect the following: Employer Survey collection, data, integrity of data, sharing of data among Education and other departments to ensure that the results of the data are reviewed and implemented in order to have a stronger curriculum, train instructors and provide them feedback based on those responses. My accurately collecting this data we can ensure we have a stronger curriculum that will allow the Career Development Department to meet and achieve placement accreditation standards for our current Accrediting Council of Independent Colleges and Schools (ACICS) accreditors. In addition to that, I will review Placement Verification Process and educate my team on the process to ensure compliance is maintained with our accrediting bodies.

Please see grading rubric below. This assignment should be at least 4-5 paragraphs each and very thorough. Make sure you integrate real-life applications to support key points.

Case Discussion Rubric (2016)

Case Discussion Rubric (2016)
This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome Quality of Initial Posting
Initial response displays an excellent understanding of the assigned case, the course readings, and the underlying concepts and includes the correct use of relevant terminology. Initial response additionally integrates specific real-life application (current events, work or personal experience, prior coursework, etc.) and/or other peer-reviewed research to support key points. Initial response is clear, concise, and compelling.
This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome Mechanics
Entirely free of mechanical errors. These include: grammar, punctuation, spelling, and formatting (font style and size).