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Please review all requirements. My chosen company is Toyota Topic : Use of Incentive spirometer after surgery Directions : 1) During your first three clinical days, choose one of your clients that has a condition you find interesting. Based on that client’s condition, locate a nursing protocol that would address either the condition or adverse effects of the condition. For example; you choose a client that is recovering from recent abdominal surgery. You decide to look for a protocol that would encourage early ambulation. 2) Research the literature (current peer-reviewed nursing journals) (**Hint: check the references of
the protocol) and locate a research article that supports the protocol. 3) Compose a 500 (two pages) word essay answering the questions below. Include a brief introduction that includes why you chose the protocol and, thus, the research article. Be sure to use APA formatting (title page, body, reference page) and to include your references in APA format. Questions to answer: Description of the Study What was the purpose of the study? Literature Evaluation Is there evidence of a literature review that provides support for the study?
Sample What patients were eligible to participate in this study?
What was the study design and when were data collected? What are some limitations related to the study design? Results What were the findings of this study? Were any of the findings surprising? If so, why? Clinical Significance
How does this study support the chosen protocol? What are the implications of this research for clinical practice, in particular, for your patient?
PROFILE OF A STRUGGLING COMPANY: MOTOROLA 9 Final Project Two – Milestone Two: Profile of a Struggling Company
Chosen Company: Motorola Jane Doe Dr. Bekim Belica OL-215 Principles of Management Southern New Hampshire University April 25, 2021 Introduction
Motorola was founded in 1928 by Illinois native Paul Galvin. Initially known as Galvin Manufacturing Corporation, the company was built by Galvin and his brother, Joe, and held offices throughout Chicago. Motorola made a breakthrough in “commercializing the first mass- market car radio by figuring out how to eliminate static interference from under the hood” (Fishman, 2014). Motorola invented the protocols and technologies applied towards improving mobile communications and gave way for the first mobile phone and base station (Motorola, 2020). Although Motorola encourages creativity and spirit from their employees, the company has been struggling in terms of lower profitability and lack of execution and innovation when reaching out to their audiences (Anderson, 2008). Profile: Current Management Planning Google decided to buy Motorola but eventually
sold the company to Lenovo, leading to corporate- related tensions in the workplace (Fishman, 2014).

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