Project Management: Oracle’s Integration of Instantis

Table of Contents

Introduction  3

  • Brief Introduction to the Business Background
  • An Overview of the Project Description
  • The Project Scope

Pre-Planning Work  4

  • Project Selection Criteria
  • Estimation of Project Times and Costs
  • Risk Identification, Analysis and Mitigation
  • The Project Team, Organization and Culture
  • The Budgeting Strategy
Medicine and Health


A vaccine is a preparation that renders active immunity against a certain disease. A vaccine attempts to reduce or prevent infection of a specific pathogen. Several vaccines require several doses in order to achieve maximum effectiveness and the United States has developed vaccination schedules that combat fourteen types of diseases as of 2009. This means that by the age of two, a child in the United States can become the recipient of at least 24 types of vaccines, and might receive 5 shots of vaccines during a single visit to the a doctor. As a whole, the World Health Organization is responsible in monitoring vaccination schedules globally and implementation of auditing measures in relation to compliance and efficacy.


The Psychology of Advertising

Business advertising is a rudimentary activity that has to be accomplished amidst business production and marketing in the world. Marketing techniques involve making adverts that reflect on the production characteristics and brands in the market. In today’s marketing, advertising has transformed into psychological advancements within human understanding. Business and product advertising play a critical role in relaying the existence and performance of different products and brands in the market. Therefore, marketing has transformed into new avenues that involve the use of the necessary and easily available materials in order to get to the innate tastes and preferences of customers in the market. According to Freedheim (2003), psychological approaches are instinctive and useful in every business advertising since they relay the immediate tastes and preferences of clients in the market (Freedheim 13).

Criminal Justice

Delinquency Issue in Namibia

It is difficult to decide exactly which behaviors make up juvenile delinquency and identify who juvenile delinquents are for the reason that societal views of children change from place to place and over time. The age of the offender is the most essential factor in differentiating between crime and delinquency. One way to characterize juvenile delinquency is to locate the behavior of children on a series of four continua representing duration, frequency, priority and seriousness of the behavior. Discussed herein, with reference to Namibia, is of the fact that delinquency covers many aspect of unacceptable behavior (Belda 2007).


Review on the book The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho

Paulo Coelho’s charming fable The Alchemist is both an enchanting coming-of-age story and an exploration of humanity’s age-old search for the divine. In his journeys, the shepherd boy Santiago experiences a series of progressive revelations of the divine, which profoundly alter his awareness of himself, others, and the world. Indeed, the central theme of the story is a spiritual journey: Santiago’s struggles to ‘heed the omens’ in order to achieve his “Personal Legend” represent a process of epiphany and spiritual growth, one which enables him to see a purposive divine plan in everything.

The first key to understanding Coelho’s depiction of Santiago’s spiritual journey is the metaphor of the physical journey. Specifically, Coelho uses wanderlust, the desire to travel and see new places, as a symbol for the desire to encounter the divine. Thus, Santiago is a wandering shepherd—despite the desires of his “simple farm family” that he become a priest (6). Santiago’s reasons for rejecting the priesthood, and his own thoughts about the divine, are telling:  “…ever since he had been a child, he had wanted to know the world, and this was much more important to him than knowing God and learning about man’s sins” (6). Later, while watching the sunrise, Santiago thinks: “I couldn’t have found God in the seminary” (7). Thus, for Santiago, the divine is to be encountered in the world around him: in nature, and in the people he meets. Santiago’s rejection of the priesthood is not a rejection of God and spirituality: it is a rejection of spiritual stasis, as represented by the institutions of organized religion. Santiago is, plainly and simply, a spiritual seeker.


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The Imagery of the Daffodils

William Wordsworth’s ‘I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud’ opens up to the recognition of everything nature has to offer around him is beautiful. What part of nature that stood out to Wordsworth and in this poem is glorification of the daffodils. It is clear that when Wordsworth felt lonely or depressed, the sight and thought of the daffodils changed his entire emotion and perspective. From the first line,  it is clear that the poem is written in first person. This observance is necessary to convey the emotions, and words reflected throughout the poem belonging solely to the Wordsworth himself. The beauty of the landscape surrounded him deeply affected Wordsworth’s imagination and gave him a love of nature that spilled out into his poetry. Throughout the poem Wordsworth’s uses literary devices in pinpointing the main theme of the poem which is the beauty of nature, in particular the daffodils that Wordsworth encounters on his lonely walk.