The author states that there is no better understanding of cross-country, across time measures of the extent of financial systems which can enhance quality information of the firms and efficiency of the resource allocation, exerting sound corporate governance over the companies that funnel resources, mobilizing savings from the disparate savers.
The author states that the development of business plans is a challenging process, not only in terms of the skills and the resources required but also in terms of the risks involved. The specific process needs to be developed in a series of phases, aiming to limit the chances of failures.
The author states that Muslim women are required to dress a certain way while they are living in their Muslim countries, nonetheless when they come to another country like America, they may dress like Americans. Change of dress style is a sociological imagination. America does not expect that type of dressing from them.
The author states that crisis is a major and unpredictable even that may harm an organization instantly. Such events may be related to economy or politics, as well as even whether or social issues. However, they all have three definite characteristics: a crisis is always unexpected, is a threat to an organization.
Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in the 1950s were primarily occurring among businesses in Western Europe and North America. Developed countries dominated both the source and host venues for FDI flows. Significant changes occurred in the 1990s that would have profound consequences for international expansion through FDI in Europe.
The author states that the supervisors and managers who are not a part of the HRD department have a definitive role to play within the midst of things. This is because these supervisors and managers must comprehend how they can bring in the much-required value for the sake of the organization and what kind of initiatives they need to deploy.
The author posits that the televisual public sphere format fosters a particular form of spectatorship: it creates a split or multiple identifications, in which there is an approximate reflection of the viewer’s experience, but also simultaneously, a re-channeling of this experience into a limited number of conventional and highly moralised narratives.
The author states that it was influenced by the musical traditions of the Middle East, Central and South Asia, South-east Asia. It also absorbed elements of the music of people that were part of the Chinese empire and, in turn, greatly influenced the music of Korea, Japan and some nations of Southeast Asia and the Pacific.
The author states that within the statistics there are a number of key factors that require serious consideration within the development of a market entry and marketing plan, according to these specific demographic facts. These facts and figures include the population distribution, the ethnic makeup of the population.
The author of the paper states that the United Kingdom is one of the developed countries that are fond of Tea, and Tea is considered quintessential of English drinks. Therefore, it would be very advantageous to open up RBT in the UK, as drinking tea is an afternoon tradition in the UK.
The author states that the purpose of undertaking a buyback program is value maximisation. If the managers feel that its shares are undervalued by the market participants then the share repurchase programs are justified. The buying back of shares at the prevailing market price can give out positive signals to the investors.
The author states that Dr. Montessori felt that the goal of education should not be to fill the child with facts but to inculcate inner curiosity to learn. This stimulation remains within the child even in the later years of learning. It grows in him a natural desire to learn and develops the love for knowledge.
Obama’s healthcare initiatives have addressed crucial areas that impact effective delivery and the ones that are vulnerable to fraud and malpractice. Strong measures in curbing malpractices in Medicare and Medicaid have already recovered around 1 billion dollars in 2009.
From this paper, it is clear that the outbreak of Ebola virus in parts of West Africa, and specifically Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea surprised the world and filled people with fear. This is because, for the first time, the scale of the outbreak was simply unprecedented (Bradford, 2014, Close, 1995)
Land and water are the most treasured resources for the economic and social value they add to the communities living there. The introduction of the oil wells has drastically reduced the value of the land. The Shell-BP companies have operated major oil wells that have led to the displacement of the local communities for decades.
Toyota strongly supports the concept of sustainable development to gain a competitive edge over its rivals. The sustainable business operations have greatly benefited the TMC to improve its competitive edge. Toyota has been successful in making their customers aware of the company’s environmental sustainability efforts.
The paper outlines the results of the factors that contributed to the Cypriot economic crisis; sliding competitiveness and increased private and public debt. The paper then goes ahead to propose an analytical framework of how the crisis could be avoided drawing on the economic theories; prospect theory and the revenue-based finance theory.
Motivation paradigm is a mechanism to extract power from the employees. In this regard any action that motivates workers can be assumed convincing. Even the smallest action on part of management can motivate workers whereas in practical lifestyle individuals are more influenced by monetary measures rather than moral or policy processes.
It provides the sellers a place to outlet their products and sells directly to the customers. Online resale stores allow the seller to earn money by selling the old product or the things that are not required anymore (Foros, Kind and Shaffer, 2011). The system is much quicker to generate cash than other process and proved to be very effective.
There are many other benefits that can theoretically be achieved through a merger. One of these advantages is economy of scale, the idea that a merged company can significantly reduce fixed costs by removing redundant operational components or support departments (Truett and Truett 2007; Gelles and Mitchell 1996).
It has been reported that globalization resulting in income disparities between various nations where rich countries became richer and poor countries became poorer. The phenomenon resulted in the certain level of development in few developing countries, but most countries faced internal war-like situation due to a scarcity of resources.
This is done by establishing a brand identity that inspires people, growing an emotional attachment of PANDORA’s products to the public, enhancing brand awareness that improves interest in the company’s product range and by reaffirming its position as a major player in the industry through its provision of luxury products.
The research work is subject to some limitations as well such as the study of the branding strategies of McDonalds and YUM brands during their start-up phase may not be truly suitable for the new entrants in the industry because the establishment of the understudied big brands took place in 1950 and 1997 respectively.
Ebersole (2008) argues that while children below the age of 10 years are mostly touched when cuddling them, touching is much limited above the age 66 years. Touching is also remarkable in post-adolescent age when people declare their affections to one another by holding hands, or by maintaining closeness
The paper has brought out Guidelines for the diagnosis and treatment of chronic heart failure. The objective of the study was to evaluate the clinical benefits of cardiac resynchronization achieved through atrial-synchronized biventricular pacing in patients with heart failure who have an intraventricular conduction delay.
Comparison: The doctors not helping the patient lose weight after the mastectomy. Outcome: When the doctor helps the teenager lose weight after the mastectomy, the girl has a better chance of losing weight as well as reducing chances of cancer spreading to other parts of the body
The authors of this article carried out a research on the need for provision and awareness in the palliative care. The study aimed at evaluation of the palliative care link and identifying the influence the nurses have on palliative care practice in an NHS acute hospital. It is a qualitative study that uses semi-structured interviews and a focus group.
In summary, this study aimed at re-examining the accuracy of the E2 in predicting the success of the NCLEX-RN, exploring the worth of conducting the HESI Specialty Exams in terms of students’ E2 scores. This study majorly relied on classical test theory and critical thinking theory as the underlying theoretical framework.
In the case of Shell company, they call hydraulic fracturing as a component of the “natural gas revolution that is a secure and abundant force for good” (Shell.com 2012). As an element of their communication strategy to these projects, they conduct regular conferences and press releases as part of information dissemination of their operations.
Soils in the forest are an important source of nutrients and minerals for the plants including nitrogen, sodium, potassium, magnesium and phosphorous and in some instances, even soil acidity influences the type of vegetation that is found in a certain place (Bennie, Hill, Baxter and Huntley 2006, p.359).
It is a situation where there are symptoms produced if the person stops taking the drug, becomes more tolerant of it, or reduces the amount taken. Opioids are a range of drugs which can be taken both illegally, and also legally as when the drugs are prescribed, perhaps as analgesics, or as part of a withdrawal program, as in the case of methadone.
One thing that portrayed a positive result when patient-centeredness was practiced was that a revelation came about where; patients themselves perceived that their visit to a physician was a patient-centered criterion (Bent, 2004, pg54). Patients here felt that they did understand that they had a considerable effort in developing treatment plans.
These include the bond between the nursing care residents and the healthcare providers, difficulty in establishing trust and the lack of continuity of care. Leadership styles were also found to have bearing on the outcome of conflict management and management effectiveness in a cross-sectional survey conducted among head nurses.
By knowing all factors that can lead to human errors during the pre- and post-admission process, health care practitioners such as the GPs and nurses can become more conscious only how to protect the patients from the adverse side-effects and long-term health consequences of both Benzodiazepines and Z-hypnotics.
The selected design which is the descriptive correlation is consistent with the need to advance knowledge in the field of health science and medicine. This is because in most cases of the practice unless the cause-effect of problems are known, it is difficult to come out with suitable solutions to curb them (quote*).
In Westaway, Rheeder, Van Zyl and Seager (2003), it was observed that patient-staff ratio is a major factor that influences the outcomes with medical care given to customers in any health setup. This is because the better the ratio, the more guaranteed that each patient will have sufficient time being spent on them by staff in rendering care.
The case report also indicated that the twenty-six-year-old had no history of animal or occupational exposure, medications use or i.v. drugs use. The examination of this patient showed bilaterally reduced breath sounds that is an evidence of hyper-inflated lungs. This study also revealed that there was no cyanosis or clubbing and was febrile.
In general, a scientometric analysis can be performed to analyze and measure the usage of journal publications, its credibility and current position as a research institute. Basically, scientometric analysis aims to measure the output of journals and evaluate how the published articles will affect the world of obstetrics and gynecology.
The key concepts of this theory include the function of professional nursing, the presenting behavior, the immediate reaction, the nursing process discipline, and improvement. As such, a nurse achieves his or her purpose if he or she identifies an immediate need from a patient, and then makes an effort to meet this need.
Additionally, the higher risk of elder abuse for this population group may be connected to a number of interrelating and fortifying factors, together with the greater possibility of cognitive damage, unhappiness, behavioral problems, social separation and dependency (Coyne, Reichman & Berbig, 1993).
The material used to make the implant determines its success and longevity of the surgery. This project deals extensively on how custom-made cranial implant can be manufactured using the DICOM images technology. The DICOM image technology incorporates techniques such as 3D image printing, CAD-CAM technology, and incremental sheet forming.
Such a location is a convenience as the participants are always available and do need to walk to other location. In addition, the radiology department in Security Forces Hospital in Saudi Arabia locality is a public institution and hence offers security and safety of the participants and the researcher.
Underachievement can also be derived from the fact that boys are performing below the required limits. This is evidenced by the information gathered after carrying out tests in some countries within the learning centers. Although this covers only some geographical areas, they help in analyzing the educational outcome of those areas.
The Computers for African Schools Charity obtains redundant PC equipment from a variety of sources within the UK. The equipment is then checked and refurbished up to a minimum specification before being forwarded to schools in various locations on the African continent.
The author of the essay deeply researches the notion of the stress. He mentions three pathways via which stress can affect the immune system and analyzes effects of stress on psychological disorders. At the end of the essay, the author shows how to reduce the effects of stress and gives his recommendations.
In 1974, being the earliest legal opportunity, majority of the 16-year old British boys left full-time education. The driving force behind differentials in earnings at given levels of experience is the variation in years of schooling prior to labour market entry depicted in the simplest human capital model.
This essay demonstrates the differences between how children relate to websites and how adults relate to websites begin to separate into gender differences as early as pre-adolescence, demonstrating differences in the way men and women value design elements of websites, bringing forward yet more complexity to an already complex issue.
According to the report, Child Abuse at School, corporal punishment is the one instance of child abuse that comes to mind when one thinks of school. Usually it is something imposed upon him in case he misbehaves. It can even have moral connotations. The child is punished for having violated a law or an expectation.