Aquine Stakeholder memo

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Stakeholder’s memo 1 Aquine Stakeholder’s Memo Justin Grunigen RES 341 C. Mark Talbot University of Phoenix, North Florida July 29, 2010
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Stakeholder’s memo 2 Aquine Stakeholder’s Memo This entire document will be in reference to the Apollo Group - University of Phoenix (2003) simulation. In the first two phases, many good decisions were made. Looking into the certification procedures, and the quartz and mechanical watch market statistics data gave the company the correct direction to take. Looking deeper into the testing and expanding the sample size, allowed the company to pinpoint the problem areas: horizontal and vertical differences, maximum variation in rates, maximum deviation in rates, and mean variation in rates. Further investigation into these areas would help reveal the areas needing attention. In the third phase of this scenario, it is crucial to make the correct recommendations. The future of Aquine depends on it. Fortunately, the research has been done successfully and
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This note was uploaded on 03/15/2011 for the course RES 342 taught by Professor Carey during the Spring '08 term at University of Phoenix.

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