BM3102 Foundation in Business
Week 1 – Exercise on Harvard Referencing Method
Five publications of various formats are described below. Try expressing the reference details for each in the Harvard style and putting them into alphabetical order in a reference list. A book with the title: ‘Theory of Strategic Management', published in South-Western in 2010 by Cengage Learning, with authors Gareth R. Jones and Charles W.L. Hill. This is the ninth edition. A book with the title: 'Internal control and corporate governance', with authors K. Adams, R. Grose, D. Leeson and H. Hamilton, published in French Forest, NSW by Pearson Education Australia in 2003. An article by J. R. Savery and T. M. Duffy, called 'Problem based learning: an instructional model and its constructivist framework', published on pages 31 to 38 in the journal 'Educational Technology', volume 35, number 5, in 1995. An article called 'Integration and thematic teaching: integration to improve teaching and learning' by S. Lipson, S. Valencia, K. Wixson and C. Peters, published in 1993 in the journal 'Language Arts', volume 70, number 4, pages 252 to 263. A Web page with the title 'Telstra conferencing - video overview', found at the address: http://www.telstra.com.au/conferlink/videoconf.htm on 11 August 2004. No date on it, though Mozilla gives a last modified date of 4 July 2004. Exercise 2
Conduct a research on the below company and write a short essay (maximum 10 lines) from a minimum of TWO (2) sources. You must paraphrase your sentences and incorporate Harvard Referencing Methods. Malaysia Airlines (MAS)
Nestle is a widely known brand in the world. It has become a trusted household name in Malaysia and its products have been used by different age groups, from the young to the old (Nestle, 2012). The company produces famous brands such as MILO®, NESCAFÉ®, MAGGI®, NESPRAY® and KIT KAT® (Nestle, 2012). The strong market presence of these brands has been phenomenal....
References: Herndon, M. (2009) Nestle voluntarily recalls all Varieties of Prepackaged, Refrigerated Toll House Cookie Dough [Online]. Retrieved from: http://www.fda.gov/newsevents/newsroom/pressannouncements/ucm167908.htm [Accessed 7th February 2012].Nestle (2012) Nestle in Malaysia [Online]. Retrieved from: http://www.nestle.com.my [Accessed 2 February 2012].Original Article 1
Since 1962, with its first factory in Petaling Jaya, Nestlé Malaysia now manufactures its products in 7 factories and operates from its head office in Mutiara Damansara. The Company was publicly listed on the KLSE now known as Bursa Malaysia Berhad on 13 December, 1989. Today, the Company employs more than 5000 people and manufactures as well as markets more than 300 Halal products in Malaysia. Its brand name such has MILO®, NESCAFÉ®, MAGGI®, NESPRAY® and KIT KAT® have become trusted household names and enjoyed for generations.
Nestle (2012) Nestle in Malaysia [Online]. Retrieved from: http://www.nestle.com.my [Accessed 2 February 2012].Original Article 2
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are warning consumers not to eat any varieties of prepackaged Nestle Toll House refrigerated cookie dough due to the risk of contamination with E. coli O157:H7 (a bacterium that causes food borne illness). The FDA advises that if consumers have any prepackaged, refrigerated Nestle Toll House cookie dough products in their home that they throw them away. Cooking the dough is not recommended because consumers might get the bacteria on their hands and on other cooking surfaces.
Herndon, M. (2009) Nestle voluntarily recalls all Varieties of Prepackaged, Refrigerated Toll House Cookie Dough [Online]. Retrieved from: http://www.fda.gov/newsevents/newsroom/pressannouncements/ucm167908.htm [Accessed 7th February 2012
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