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The purpose of this report is to analyze the feasibility of your formal proposal.  Your final project will be a formal proposal of a solution to the problem you previously identified.  However, before the formal proposal is pitched, you must first analyze the practical feasibility of that solution.  Please note that this differs from the proposal itself in that you are selecting criteria for judging the solution and then showing both the positives and negatives.  This should be an informational analysis whereas the proposal will be persuasive. The feasibility report continues discussion of the problem you identified in the Week 1 assignment. Do not pick a new problem to discuss. Here is a template that you can use as a guide for your report.REQUIRED ELEMENTS:

  • Memo cover page
  • Title Page
  • Introduction with purpose statement, method, scope, and background
  • Discussion section (use subheadings as organized by criteria, e.g., technical, management/maintenance, financial)
  • Visual Aid
  • Conclusion that ends memorably and reiterates main points
  • APA references page

RESEARCH: A minimum of three (3) credible sources are required (course texts do not count)

REQUIRED STANDARDS:

  • 3-4 pages (does not include memo, title page, or references page)
  • Double-spaced
  • Times New Roman, 12 pt. font
  • 1 inch margins
  • Page numbers
  • In-text citations and references page in APA format

I need a re-write to the paper already attached please. The purpose of this report is to analyze the feasibility of your formal proposal. Your final project will be a formal proposal of a solution
Feasibility Report A feasibility report is an analytical report The analytical (feasibility) report examines the options available to provide a solution for your problem. This report picks up where the definition of a problem report ends. Content and format are important in these documents. Section headings guide the reader through your reports. Feasibility Report Sections of a feasibility report Introduction – Identify the idea and what your report will discuss (summary). For this overview, implementing a webpage for a company is the problem – company current doesn’t have a webpage. Body of the Report – Where research is used to develop your report. what questions/criteria did you research and how/where did you look for information? This section is objective. List your research topics and provide a brief explanation why you chose these topics to research. Then describe where you looked for sources and what sources your found. Example: Information on cost for designing a website was found on https://www.webfx.com/website-design-pricing.html Web Design Pricing: How Much Does Web Design Cost in 2020? Information on cost of purchasing a web design software was found on https://www.pcmag.com/picks/the-best-website-builders The Best Website Builders for 2020 Research results – Summarize major findings of your research. Don’t offer opinion. Just state the high-level information you found. Example: Costs for website design ranges from $1000 – 10,000 for a small business and 80-120K for a larger organization (https://www.markbrinker.com/website-cost) Discussion of Results – Identify major conclusions that you drew from the research. Now the research is tied directly to your specific issue. Based on research, hiring a web page designer would be a good option because…. (use information from your research to support your conclusion Recommendations – the recommendations are directly related to the discussion of results. To move toward implementing a webpage for the company, recommendations are: Identify 3 possible website designers Arrange interviews with each and solicit proposals for designing a webpage Compare costs and time required and refer top choice to the Director of Marketing.
I need a re-write to the paper already attached please. The purpose of this report is to analyze the feasibility of your formal proposal. Your final project will be a formal proposal of a solution
Memorandum To: Management From: Date: November 6, 2022 Subject: Onsite Childcare Adding Onsite Childcare Adding Onsite Childcare This memo aims to provide a feasibility report on the addition of an onsite childcare facility at the workplace. To provide the most accurate and comprehensive information possible, we studied this potential change’s technical, financial, and management/maintenance aspects. Based on our findings, we believe an onsite childcare facility would be a feasible addition to the workplace and provide many employee benefits. Various childcare options are available, including family child care, in-home care, corporate child care, and center-based care. Each option has its advantages and disadvantages. In-home care is usually the least expensive option, but finding quality in-home care providers can be more difficult. Family child care is usually more affordable than center-based care, but it may be less reliable regarding hours and days of operation. Method This report will use a qualitative research method to analyze the feasibility of adding an onsite childcare center at a large corporation. This report will use secondary sources to gather information about the current landscape of child care in the United States and how it affects working parents. In addition, this report will use secondary sources to gather information about the technical, management, and financial feasibility of adding an onsite childcare center at a large corporation. Scope This report is limited to the feasibility of adding an onsite childcare center at a large corporation in the United States. This report will not discuss the feasibility of adding an onsite child care center at a small business or in a different nation. Background The current landscape of child care in the United States is not meeting the needs of working parents. According to a National Women’s Law Center report, “More than half of mothers with young children are in the workforce, yet our child care system is failing them.” The report found that childcare is unaffordable for many working families, with the average family spending more on childcare than housing (French et al., 2022). In addition, the quality of child care in the United States is often poor, with many childcare centers being understaffed and not meeting essential health and safety standards. As a result of the high cost and poor quality of child care in the United States, many working parents are forced to leave the workforce or make other complex choices, such as working fewer hours or finding informal childcare arrangements. Technical Adding an onsite child care center at a large corporation is technically feasible. Many companies already have onsite childcare centers, and there are a variety of models that can be used. For example, some companies partner with childcare providers to operate the center onsite, while others operate it themselves. In addition, various funding models can be used to finance an onsite childcare center (Benlian, 2020). For example, some companies subsidize the cost of child care for their employees, while others charge employees a fee for using the center. Financial Another significant consideration in determining the feasibility of an onsite childcare facility is the financial impact. In order to provide child care services, the company would need to invest in the construction or lease of a facility, as well as the hiring of child care providers. It also needs to consider the ongoing costs of operating the facility, such as utilities, supplies, and insurance (Sheets, 2018). In a small business, providing child care may not be practical because there aren’t enough parents working there to justify the cost of a dedicated facility. In-house child care may be more doable for a large corporation, but it may still be prohibitively expensive for smaller businesses. Therefore, the company’s financial situation is the primary consideration when deciding whether or not to provide onsite child care. In addition, consider the cost of child care, the expense of building or leasing more space, and the cost of employing and training child care personnel if you’re considering onsite child care as an employee benefit. Based on the research, the financial impact of an onsite childcare facility would be manageable and would not have a significant negative impact on the company’s bottom line. Management/Maintenance The final consideration in determining the feasibility of an onsite childcare facility is the management and maintenance of the facility. In order to provide childcare services, we would need to develop policies and procedures for the facility’s operation. We also need to ensure that the facility is adequately maintained and that the childcare providers have the necessary training and experience (Balasooriya et al., 2021). Based on our research, we believe that the management and maintenance of an onsite childcare facility would be feasible and would not require a significant amount of additional resources. Conclusion In conclusion, an onsite childcare facility would be a feasible addition to our firm. The technical, financial, and management/maintenance aspects of this potential change have been carefully considered, and we believe they are all manageable. We strongly believe that an onsite childcare facility would provide many benefits to our employees and their families, and we hope you will consider this proposal seriously. References Balasooriya, B. M. A. M., & Pallegedara, A. (2021). Employees’ preference for the onsite childcare service: a case study of three Sri Lankan apparel firms. Journal of Asian Business and Economic Studies. https://www.researchgate.net/publication/352796482_Employees’_preference_for_the_on-site_childcare_service_a_case_study_of_three_Sri_Lankan_apparel_firms Benlian, A. (2020). Can technology stress at work impair partnerships at home? LSE Business Review. http://eprints.lse.ac.uk/106780/ French, V. A., Werner, J. L., Feng, E. J., Latimer, R. A., Wolff, S. F., & Wieneke, C. L. (2022). Provision of Onsite Childcare in US Academic Health Centers: What Factors Make a Difference? Women’s Health Issues, 32(1), 74-79. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/34774403/ Sheets, A. (2018). The business case for onsite child care. https://cardinalscholar.bsu.edu/handle/123456789/201459