Human Resource Management
Human Resource Management
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... Implications – Dress s at Workplaces Introduction to Case A recently published report of Weigal highlights the different perspectivesof companies towards dress codes at workplaces. The case starts with the statement of Sally Morrison who is the associate manager at Career Partners 3, which is a job search and career coaching company. Morrison is of the opinion that only business attire can lead the workers to achieve a level of professionalism and the casual dresses at workplaces lead the people to indulge in a more casual behaviour. At Career Partner 3, employees are only allowed to wear “business only” dresses. Many of the companies allow casual Fridays however, Morrison’s office does not allow...
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Staffing Ethics for HR in a Globalized World
Staffing Ethics for HR in a Globalized World
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... Staffing Ethics for HR in a Globalized World October 5, This paper is a thematic literature review on ethical issues in the hiring process, and the role of HR. In asking what that role is and should be, in an increasingly globalized world, the landscape clarifies to reveal themes of privacy, resistance, change, and cultural dimensions. HR has a pioneering ethics mentoring and ethical shaping responsibility to applicants, employees, and the organizations they work for. The inclusion of diverse voices is a strength of this paper. There are articles from India, Romania, Mexico, Poland, Canada, and the USA. Each contributes insights. Some are specific to that culture, but several cross-cultural themes...
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Rational in Buying
Rational in Buying
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... in Buying 0 Introduction Branding is all about creating differences. Brands identify the source or marker of a product and allow consumers to assign responsibility to that particular manufacturer or service. The four steps to a strong brand are: 1. Create brand identity. 2. Establish brand meaning. 3. Develop the correct customer response. 4. Most importantly, create an intense, active loyalty relationship with customers. This is called brand relationship. A brand is judged by its salience, performance, imagery, judgment, and resonance. Advertising companies through their dedicated and professional work develops a brand. To understand the rationale in buying within the various demographics (the f...
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Does mergers and acquitions create value
Does mergers and acquitions create value
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... 1 Department of Financial Management2 Topic: Do Mergers And Acquisition Create Value A dissertation submitted in partial satisfaction of the needs for the MSc Advanced Practice By PQR3 April 2007 Signature Page This dissertation, written by PQR4 Under the guidance of a Faculty Committee and approved by its members, has been submitted to and accepted by the Graduate Faculty in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the MSc Advanced Practice April 2008 [Of final oral exam here [month day, year] Insert committee members' names and get original Signatures ________ Faculty Committee: signature_________ Chairperson signature_____________ Associate Dean Signature __________________ ...
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Consumers Safety Concerns When Using Smart Meters
Consumer's Safety Concerns When Using Smart Meters
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... of Derby School of Computing & Mathematics A project completed as part of the requirements for the BSc (Hons) Information Technology Entitled Consumer’s safety concerns when using smart meters By Alaa Ameen – 100241063 In the years 2011 - 2012 Declaration This is declared that this is an original work which the author of this paper has produced on the subject. Further, this paper is produced for the fulfilment of the degree requirement of the Bachelor in Information Technology and it is not produced for any other qualification, institution and journal. Abstract This report is based on the introduction of Smart Meters, the newest and technologically sophisticated way of recording electricity usage...
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Design Aspects of Riblets for Fluid Drag Reduction: A Review
Design Aspects of Riblets for Fluid Drag Reduction: A Review
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... Design Aspects of Riblets for Fluid Drag Reduction: A Review ABSTRACT There has been a strong belief that the concept of controlling the flow while delaying the transition from laminar to turbulence was based on the surface smoothness until groove riblets proved the opposite. Riblets are now gaining renewed attention, not only from researchers but also from industries, due to several advantages over manipulated turbulence boundary layer. This is partly because drag reduction has lower energy consumptions of up to 10% for several applications with small but longitudinally grooved surface, and partly because of environmental concerns regarding to active ways. This paper tries to elucidate and provides ...
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A Survey of the Prevalence, Frequency And Health Impact of Energy Drink Consumption In Saudi Medical Students
A Survey of the Prevalence, Frequency And Health Impact of Energy Drink Consumption In Saudi Medical Students
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... Energy Drink - A Survey of the Prevalence, Frequency and health impact of Energy Drink consumption in Saudi medical Meshal Al Omari, MBBS,Khalid I. Al Qumaizi, MD, ABFM, SBFM, Kamal Halim, MPhil, PhD(UK), FNIH (Fellowship Fogarty Scholar, NIH-USA) Objectives: This study was conducted to assess the prevalence, frequency, and health impact of energy drink consumption amongst young Saudi medical students. Methods: A cross-sectional randomized survey based on 19 questions was collected and analysed by the research group at the Imam University college of Medicine. The method is based on stratified randomization of gender and a diverse level of students. The students were informed of the study protocol...
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Barack Obamas Victory as an Evidence of Post-Racial National Consciousness
Barack Obamas Victory as an Evidence of Post-Racial National Consciousness
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... New Birth of Freedom” was the inaugural theme of Barack Obama on January 20, 2009. He was the forty-fourth President of the United States of America and his victory was said to mark the end of years of racism and oppression towards black African Americans, which plagued the United States of America since time immemorial. As Cage (2008, p.1), argued, the Americans regard Obama’s victory as a sign of progress, as an evidence of post-racial national consciousness. Obama’s inauguration was also in commemoration of the 200th year anniversary of Abraham Lincoln, the American President who was responsible for the introduction of the Emancipation Proclamation, which was issued on September 22, 1862 during th...
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Overview of the Broader Project of Neurotheology including the Etymology of the term
Overview of the Broader Project of Neurotheology including the Etymology of the term
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... in Review (0pening Chapter) Brief History of Science and Religion Among the ancient priest of the Aztecs, Egyptians, as well as Babylon, remarkable scientific knowledge that are existing are traced by the researchers. The modern scientific method which involved the use of theories as well as experimentation was traced from the Greeks and the Hellenistic world. In addition to that, the first diagrams of the brain are credited by the researchers to ancient Egypt. Medieval science, from 1250 to 1650 was carried with a framework of Aristotle which focused on observation through the senses. Science was linear, cause and effect and the purpose as well as the function of things exist for desired ends, an e...
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An Attorneys Book of Business
An Attorneys Book of Business
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... Attorney’s Book of Business I Introduction The last three decades bore witness to a staggering upheaval in the legal profession. The profession under which American polity and idealism flourished championed by the likes of Thomas Jefferson, Abraham Lincoln and Clarence Darrow is now equated with business terms like marketing, rainmaking strategies, social networking, profit per partner, billable hours and book-of-business. This commercialization in which the legal profession now immerses itself is most evident in the standard career pathway of a lawyer. Brilliance in court and exceptional legal document drafting are no longer the crowning glories of a lawyer’s worth but rainmaking abilities and a h...
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The Impact of Price Changes on the Brand Equity of Toyota in Saudi Arabia
The Impact of Price Changes on the Brand Equity of Toyota in Saudi Arabia
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... DOCTOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Definition and Mapping of Research Questions Document 2) July 9th The Impact of Price Changes on the Brand Equity of Toyota in Saudi Arabia Name Total Number of Words: 13,746 Executive Summary Abstract Brief Introduction: Key Research Questions: Aims and Objectives: Research Methodology: Principal Findings: Recommendations: Acknowledgement Table of Contents Executive Summary.............................................................................................................. 2 Abstract ................................................................................................................................ 3 Acknowledgement...
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The Nursing Theory of Dorothea Orem
The Nursing Theory of Dorothea Orem
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... The Nursing Theory of Dorothea Orem Dorothea Orem was a prominent nursing theorist who significantly contributed to the nursing professionby developing a theory of nursing known as Orem Model of Nursing. Orem got the idea to develop her theory through her work as a nursing consultant. When she observed nurses in various hospitals, she found that while they generally were able to perform their job functions, they could not articulate the true purpose of nursing. Orem’s intention was to determine an appropriate focus for the profession that centered on individual patients. This theory was significant in the sense that it provided nurses with a clearer focus on what the profession entailed: helping...
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Analysis of Grasping Gods Word Book by J. Scott Duvall and J. Daniel Hays
Analysis of Grasping Gods Word Book by J. Scott Duvall and J. Daniel Hays
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... critical Review of the book “Grasping God’s word by J. Scott Duvall and J. Daniel Hays This paper is a critical summary and review to Duvall and Hay’s book “Grasping God’s Word” by Zondervan House. This paper in its attempt therefore looks at the various themes as put forward by the two authors regarding their topic. The paper thus concludes with the book and its implications towards understanding the Bible. Authors background This literary piece is authored by J. Scott Duvall and J. Daniel Hays. J. Daniel is the serving Chairperson of the Pruet School of Christian Studies. At the same time, Daniel is an Associate Professor of Biblical studies stationed at Ouachita Baptist University where he spec...
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Food Policy in the UK
Food Policy in the UK
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... Head: Food Policy Food Policy of Food Policy Not many of the s learned in history lessons at school remain in mind as the years roll by. However, in the U.K. the year 1066 has always been one of the most remembered dates. It was the year of the Battle of Hastings which heralded the arrival of William, the Conqueror from Normandy. Perhaps that date is recalled not because of the battle, and the arrow that pierced King Harold's eye, but because it signaled the beginning of the Norman period which so drastically changed the British way of life. Now another date is threatening to be one that must be remembered--it certainly will be if the media have their say! I refer to the year 1992 when the "Single ...
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Managing Diversity in Globalized World
Managing Diversity in Globalized World
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... Diversity” The advancements in technologies and the concept of globalization have brought people closer to each other. People are now able to connect with anyone and are able to move from one place to the other within no time. The impact of this ease is not limited to leisure, tourism and educational fields but the businesses are also greatly affected by this change. The organizations have experienced both positive and negative effects of globalization. The businesses, educational institutes, and other concerned bodies are incorporating these changes brought in as a result of globalization within their policies and regulatory systems. Businesses are more motivated to regulate such policies and...
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Ocational Training in Qatar
Ocational Training in Qatar
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... Study The tool used in the collection of empirical data for the study was a questionnaire. Participantswho answered the questions strongly disagreed, disagreed, agreed, strongly agreed or were neutral to the question. Analysis of the participants’ responses made up the empirical findings of the study. The Problem The current training does not sufficiently train technicians and operators. It is thus not cost effective. The resultant effect is that there is a lag in comparison to the competitors in the regional and international markets. What is more, the lack of accreditation makes it difficult to attract young citizens of Qatar. In the long-run; it ends up being unsustainable as it fails to make ...
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Place-names (linguistics)
Place-names (linguistics)
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... Power of Naming: Place s in England Historically speaking toponymy – the study of place s – has focused on etymology as opposed to powerdiscourse (Cameron 1996; Culpeper 2005; Diaz Vera 1996; Gelling 1995; Gelling 2007; Hough 1997; Kadmon 2004; Paisey & Paisey 2011; Scott 2003). However, in recent years, scholars have turned instead to the consideration of the power relationships implicit in the act of naming a geographic location (Radding & Western 2010; Rose-Redwood, Alderman, & Azaryahu 2010;). Particularly in the case of England, the power of naming becomes a key insight into the history of conquest from foreign powers that the island has experienced in its long life. These conquerors understood ...
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Governance and Talent Management in a Professional Services Firm By Yuliya V. Ivanova, J. Source: North American Case Research A
Governance and Talent Management in a Professional Services Firm By Yuliya V. Ivanova, J. Source: North American Case Research A
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... Governance and Talent Management in a professional services Introduction The case deals with various talents management issues of the renowned business education and consulting firm “The Academy for Professional Development”. The firm was established in the year 1993 in Belarus. After the disintegration of Soviet Union, the former Soviet countries were implementing the free market oriented reform programs. Belarusian Politician Pavel Dronov proposed a plan to provide business education to the managers to make them competitive in the global market. The country was a part of former Soviet Union for a long time. The economy was a close economy and that is why they did not face any major business...
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What is the difference between government and governance

What is the difference between government and governance

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... is the difference between ‘government’ and ‘governance’? The Government is considered to be conventional pattern of public power in which ity is centralized and worked out hierarchically. In this set up, Prime Ministers control other ministers, ministers dominate civil servants, and central government controls local government and, usually, governments are considered to control all activities. The government’s foremost orientation is quest of common ‘national interest,’ and command and control is based on majority rule. The state as dominant actor has a clearly demarcated border which is impermeable and scope of political allocation is done at central level (Meehan, 2003). The concept of governance h...
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International Methods of Management - Career Week Project Report
International Methods of Management - Career Week Project Report
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... International Methods of Management INTRODUCTION Objective The INSEEC Master & MSC Career Week/Days Project Plan will provide a definition of the project, including the following project’s goals and objectives: as an international business school should present an equal balance of well organized career week in order to accept different nationalities and attract their ambition to get involved on their system and direct their capabilities. Additionally, the report will provide clear and thorough explanations on our choices relative to the Career week’s rethinking and redesigning. This Project Plan would define the following: Project purpose Project goals and objectives Scope and expectations Roles and ...
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Discrimination And Racism In Modern Society
Discrimination And Racism In Modern Society
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... Youth and Communication Studies Equality and Diversity The nature of power is such that there is no equality to speak of; hence the notion of diversity is not acknowledged nor respected. This paper takes off from my experience where I was verbally attacked due to racism. It is more reflective of the incident of discrimination that I had encountered. The incident happened on a bus with two Black girls. I'm from Somali and I'm Muslim. They discriminated against my head scarf and the fact that I was not from the country. They kept referring to me as if I was in the wrong for living in United Kingdom even though they were from the Africa, themselves. They were attacking more the fact that I was Muslim...
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Factors affecting learners behaviour in Gauteng Special School, SA
Factors affecting learners behaviour in Gauteng Special School, SA
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... Research Proposal for For identifying factors affecting learners’ behaviour in Gauteng Special School, SA Table of contents Introduction 3 2. Keywords 3 3. Background 4 4. Rationale for study 6 5. Problem statement 6 6. Research question 7 7. Literature review 8 8. Methodology 9 9. Ethical considerations 10 10. Outline of the study 11 Reference 13 1. Introduction In the recent times, there has been extensive and wide ranging concern for issues relating to severe intellectual disability and other form of disabilities. The concern for their inclusion in the mainstream population through special provisions to include all round welfare programs has become part of developmental initiatives across the...
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Project Planning and Control
Project Planning and Control
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... Planning and Control Introduction Many people regard management and leadership as quite distinct, while others see quite close linkages between them. Management is a process that primarily depends upon the competencies and skills of the people who comprise the team assigned to plan and execute a project. Leadership and motivation are essential catalysts in the successful implementation of a project. As Pottruck and Pearce (2001, p.87) said: “Today leadership is personal and it is public. A leader’s actions and words – and the relationship between the two – are the primary tools of inspiration.” This paper attempts to study the essential features of project management as a discipline, and to discuss...
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Hundred Years War

Hundred Years War

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... Head: Hundred Years' War Why and How Did English Lose Hundred Years War s Introduction Hundred Years' War is the series of armed war conflict that were faugh between England and France during the time period of 1337 to 1453. "The 'Hundred Years' War' is the name historians have given to a series of related conflicts fought over the course of more than a century between England and France. The causes were complex and varied, but included English territorial and dynastic ambitions in France. The war began with Philip VI's confiscation of Gascony, which led Edward III of Englandto declare himselfthe rightful heir to the French throne1. The war continued through the reigns of the French kings Philip VI.,...
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Nursing Theory Comparisons: Human Becoming Theory, Theory of Illness Trajectory and Theory of Comfort
Nursing Theory Comparisons: Human Becoming Theory, Theory of Illness Trajectory and Theory of Comfort
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... 4343 NURSING THEORY AND RESEARCH COMPARISON OF NURSE THEORISTS Nursing Theory Comparisons: Human Becoming Theory, Theory of Illness Trajectoryand Theory of Comfort Introduction Nursing theory has been used to categorize an array of perspectives in the wide domain of knowledge in nursing. These theories are perceived as well articulated systems of distinct concepts and propositions grounded on the philosophy of nursing and can be used to guide research and practice in nursing. In this assignment, three theories, namely, "Human Becoming Theory", "Theory of Illness Trajectory" and "Theory of Comfort" will be compared on different parameters, and findings from this analysis would be used to examine whe...
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Investigating Active Learning through Technology in Primary Schools in Saudi Arabia
Investigating Active Learning through Technology in Primary Schools in Saudi Arabia
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... This article will present first an overview of the development of the education system of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and its direction towards the use of technology in education. This part will reveal the reasons behind the integration of technologies in the Saudi education and the purposes of such direction. Secondly, it will shed light on the reality of most schools in Saudi Arabia in the presence of technology in general. Then, it will focus on the personal experience of one of the schools that integrate technological tools in their classrooms. Next, there will be an in-depth analysis of that experience, based on the use of scientific theories. Finally, future recommendations about the improve...
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A Campaign Plan for Release of Rolling Stones` Hardcover Book 50
A Campaign Plan for Release of Rolling Stones` Hardcover Book 50
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... CAMPAIGN PLAN FOR A CREATIVE INDUSTRY EVENT ABOUT ART INDUSTRY: THE PRESENTATION TO BE PREPARED IN REPORT FORMAT Introduction The rolling stone rock band originated from London in the year 1962. The band was inducted in the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame in the year 1989, ranked by the critical acclaim and popular consensus and critics as the World’s Finest Rock And Roll Band. The band members includes; Ian Stewart, the piano player; Mick Jagger, the vocalist; Keith Richards, the vocalist cum guitarist; Bill Wyman working on bass; and Charlie Watts working on the drum. Jones founded the band yet; Richards and Jagger took over the leadership of the band as they were the bands main songwriters and the ...
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Labor Unions Power, Past and Present
Labor Unions Power, Past and Present
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... Labor unions marked its feat in negotiating contract, welfare, interests and obligations to balance the challenges of pubic education. The movements have historic impacts to teachers’ lives, schools, children, and to the educational system with increasing recognition of policymakers to the independence of teachers’ union in decision-making and in collective bargaining on issues that directly affect them. It is however noted that as teachers union evolved into a powerful institution in the last decades and that they have accumulated substantial amounts of resources from contributions which has been severely criticized as misappropriated to political ends, such us funding campaigns and candidates...
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Management report. It should critically evaluate the leadership and management processes within your own organisation or one th
Management report. It should critically evaluate the leadership and management processes within your own organisation or one th
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... Head: Leadership and Management Leadership and Management [Institute’s Leadership and Management Introduction There isno other topic in the management literature other than leadership, which has been able to spark consistently so much of debate or to which so much of ink has dedicated over the past century or so. It still continues to fascinate many academicians, scholars and experts all still remains the topic of arguments in fields of organisational behaviour, management, human resource management, organisational theory, psychology, sociology and others (Mintzberg, Kotter & Zaleznik, pp. 468-469, 1998). This paper is an attempt to look at the leadership dynamics of a well-known leader Ricardo...
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Organizing Function of Management: The Role and Impact of Organizing Function on HR, Knowledge and Technology
Organizing Function of Management: The Role and Impact of Organizing Function on HR, Knowledge and Technology
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... Head Organizing Function of Management Organizing Function of Management Organizational success and effective performance depend upon management functions and use of resources. Organizing is one of the main functions which help to manage and plan available resources in organizations. The Department of Veterans Affairs relies on information technology and HR which help the organization to deliver quality services to its members and general public. The purpose of the paper is to describe and analyze the role and impact of organizing function on HR, knowledge and technology. According to the definition organizing function of management means: "the activities to collect and configure resources in orde...
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Evaluation Report

Evaluation Report

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... the value of nursing work based learning experience in the achievement of personal and professional competence Table of Contents Table of Contents 2 1.0 Introduction: 2 2.0 Development: 3 2.1 Handover/Communication assessment: 3 2.1.2 Essential components of handover: 4 2.1.2 Handover submission: 5 2.1.3 Confidence: 6 2.1.4 Prioritizing duties: 6 2.1.5 Communication Skills: 6 2.2 Reflection: 8 2.2.1 From Novice to Expert: 8 2.2.2 Evaluation of Theory and Practice: 9 3.0 Conclusion: 11 4.0 Recommendations: 12 5.0 References 14 6.0 Appendix 17 6.1 SWOT (Strengths Weaknesses Opportunities and Threats) Analysis: 17 1.0 Introduction: Being a nursing student myself, I have conducted this paper to analyze m...
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The Three Eras of Law Enforcement

The Three Eras of Law Enforcement

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... Three Eras of Law Enforcement al Affiliation The Three Eras of Law Enforcement Introduction Since the establishing of America, through its many changes to the present, the policing body’s agenda has always remained clear; to enforce and uphold our society’s law. The way this is currently being done of course is different from the early American police forces meaning that law enforcement has witnessed trends as they come and go. Policing as it is understood today has clearly advanced from various economic, political and social forces. To understand better the police and the function of the law enforcers in the society, one has to be aware of how policing has evolved to become what it is currently....
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Chapter four:The Constitutional Divide : Federation versus Kurdistan
Chapter four:The Constitutional Divide : Federation versus Kurdistan
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... Chapter Five The Constitutional Divide – Federation versus Kurdistan, Different Legal Approach Table of Contents Chapter Five The Constitutional Divide – Federation versus Kurdistan, Different Legal Approach 1 5-1 Introduction Iraq finds itself blessed with oil and gas resources that currently stand at the world’s third largest reserves. However, recent years have seen mounting violence and threats of separatism based on the oil and gas resources of the nation. More prominently, the Kurdish camp to Iraq’s north is eyeing separatism within a realm of possibility by colluding with regional elements to frame a free Kurdistan. This places Iraq’s national integrity at stake. It may be argued that the...
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Letter to the dean

Letter to the dean

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... J. Alrumaihi Number: 830399426 Semester Year: Fall (It is required that you include email and phone) November, 20.2012 Mr Dean (Surname of Dean) Dean, Academic Division University of Colorado, Denver (Put the appropriate address of your College) Dear Sir; RE: An appeal to drop the course Math 1080 I am a student enrolled for the course (MATH 1080. Section 001 Class number: 32262.) I wish to submit my appeal to drop the aforementioned course that is taught by (Put the name of your Professsor). I am late in dropping this course because the situation that is facing me right now was not foreseen. I have been undergoing a transition phase in my social life and this slightly affected my school organization...
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Letter to dean

Letter to dean

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... Address Contact To, The Dean Address Dear Sir/Madam RE: Request for Permission Number I hereby apply for permissionnumber from your able department. The permission number would be imperative in successful completion my studies. In addition, the permission number would be indispensable in undertaking courses from other departments and colleges. I am a final year student within the department of art and science and I would like to enroll for Economics class offered in Business College. Enrolment for the course in Business College would be fundamental in successful completion my course and subsequent graduation. The course would act as an alternative for the highest level Economics class that I feel may...
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Ceilings, Administrators, and Women: Examining Glass Ceiling Effects in Historically Black Colleges and Universities
Ceilings, Administrators, and Women: Examining Glass Ceiling Effects in Historically Black Colleges and Universities
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... Head: The Glass Ceiling and Black Colleges Ceilings, Administrators, and Women: Examining Glass Ceiling Effects in Historically Black Colleges and Universities Abstract The education system as a whole has moved forward and made tremendous progress, yet despite the progress of Americans, women continue to be confronted by barriers and challenges that suppress their upward mobility in administration. This paper examines the various roadblocks experienced by women employed in historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs) in Georgia. An analysis of HBCUs is integral because these institutions are known to be purveyors of rights of minorities. The perceived presence of glass ceiling effects in...
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Best Practices in improving student success rate in college - developmental/remedial math
Best Practices in improving student success rate in college - developmental/remedial math
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... Best Practices in improving success rate in college developmental/remedial math By Vanetta Grier-Felix ARC 8966 An Applied Dissertation Submitted to the Abraham S. Fischler School of Education in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of Doctor of Education Nova Southeastern University 2012 Abstract Best Practices in improving student success rate in college developmental/remedial math By Vanetta Grier-Felix :2012 , Applied Dissertation, Nova Southeastern University, Abraham S. Fischler School of Education. Descriptors: Developmental Mathematics, Quantitative survey, Best practices. Developmental mathematics courses form the major part of the developmental courses offered in...
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Strategic Business Planning portfolio
Strategic Business Planning portfolio
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... of Business Plan of Vusion, Inc. The purpose of this assignment is to critically evaluate an existing business plan using a self-made checklist by the writer. According to Ward (2011), “A business plan is a document that summarizes the operational and financial objectives of a business and contains the detailed plans and budgets showing how the objectives are to be realized.” From this definition, it can be established that a business plan is an organization’s blueprint for running its mission and vision. On the other hand, Berry (2009) holds the view that “A business plan is any plan that works for a business to look ahead, allocate resources, focus on key points, and prepare for problems and...
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Dyslexia

Dyslexia

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... head: DYSLEXIA Dyslexia Understanding the Disability and Learning the Teaching Aspects Reading difficulties like dyslexia are very common in children presenting in the school-going age. These children are often ignored and tagged as “lazy” or “clumsy” children by peers, parents and teachers. However, the fact is that dyslexia is a problem arising in the brain of the child and such a child actually needs special teaching and help so that normal learning can happen in school and the child can come out in flying colors in his life. Teachers play a major role in the detection, evaluation and management of dyslexic children and hence they need to be equipped with the knowledge of the disability, the...
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Consumer perception between international and local brands - A western vs asian perspective
Consumer perception between international and local brands - A western vs asian perspective
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... I Introduction 1 Background Markets have become multicultural which includes consumers from diverse cultural groups sharing common values,beliefs and attitudes. This clearly affects marketers in developing brands for a particular market. In addition, people from different ethnic, religion and national backgrounds converge at the same geographical location which furthers the challenge for the marketers. This is because brands materialize global standards of living and mean differently to different cultural groups. However, if brands or marketers lack sensitivity to the complexity of cultural identity formation, the ideas and meanings conveyed by the brand can have detrimental effects on consumer...
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Analysis of Business Plan of Vusion, Inc
Analysis of Business Plan of Vusion, Inc
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... of Business Plan of Vusion, Inc. The purpose of this assignment is to critically evaluate an existing business plan using a self-made checklist by the writer. According to Ward (2011), “A business plan is a document that summarizes the operational and financial objectives of a business and contains the detailed plans and budgets showing how the objectives are to be realized.” From this definition, it can be established that a business plan is an organization’s blueprint for running its mission and vision. On the other hand, Berry (2009) holds the view that “A business plan is any plan that works for a business to look ahead, allocate resources, focus on key points, and prepare for problems and...
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The role of the practice mentor

The role of the practice mentor

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... Role of Practice Mentor Table of Contents Introduction 4 Part A 5 Definition of mentor and mentoring 5 Professional qualification of mentor and co-mentor 6 Nursing and Midwife Council (NMC) 7 Criteria to be a mentor 8 Standards and responsibilities for mentor as prescribed by NMC 9 General role played by mentor 11 Responsibility of learner 12 Role of university 16 Part B 18 Assessment 18 Characteristics of good assessment 19 Basic quality of assessment 20 Method of assessment 21 Strategies of assessment 22 Factors affecting the process of assessment 22 Qualities of an instructor 23 Conclusion 24 References 25 Bibliographies 30 Introduction In the present world, nurses and midwives play significant ro...
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The Effect of Price on Consumer Brand Perception
The Effect of Price on Consumer Brand Perception
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... Effect of Price on Consumer Brand Perception Table of Contents The Effect of Price on Consumer Brand Perception The final decision making process of any given consumer when selecting a product or brand to buy is the result of a mindful thought progression analyzing the various factors that inform them regarding the possible purchase (Fournier & Mick, 1999). As previous work has shown, the beginning of this process can be triggered through many approaches. Most people don't actually need the product they buy; they’ve just been made to believe it would be beneficial for them in some way. Once they have been convinced of this, they will conduct an internal search made up of past experiences associa...
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Music Culture and Marketing Principles
Music Culture and Marketing Principles
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... CULTURES AND MARKITING PRINCIPLES When one thinks about different kinds of art, there are plenty of ideas, appearing in his head: painting, dance, music ... All of them are the reflections of life, using an arsenal of graphic means. This work is dedicated to music. Among its different styles, there is one, which is very interesting for the analysis - rock style. The aim of this paper is to analyze rock music and the influence of mass media on its development. Music is a kind of art, which helps everyone to find the meaning of life. It brings people together, unites them into groups, and helps to create an understanding of social ideals. Every art speaks its own language. Music uses more emot...
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Caring for the Dying Patient and Their Family Members

Caring for the Dying Patient and Their Family Members

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... for Patient Running Head: CARING FOR PATIENT Caring for the Dying Patient and Their Family Members in APA Style Name of Student Name of School or College Caring for Patient 2 CHAPTER ONE: Introduction Background and Significance Traditionally, the roles of a nurse are considered to be one that resembles Florence Nightingale's nurturing people back to good health. Administering medications and injections, keeping medical records, and vigilantly caring for bedridden patients are certainly roles of a nurse; however, nurses do much more as they tend to the needs of family members who suffer along with the patient. This is known as advanced practice in nursing. As each person ...
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The Cuban Missile Crisis in 1963. The Role of Diplomacy in Preventing the 3rd Word War
The Cuban Missile Crisis in 1963. The Role of Diplomacy in Preventing the 3rd Word War
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... The Cuban Missile Crisis Introduction The Cuban missile crisis, also termed the October crisis occurred in Cuba and the Caribbean crisis in the former USSR. It was a 14 day fight in the month of October 1962 that occurred amongst the United States on one side and the Soviet Union pegged with Cuba on the other side. It is worth noting that the crisis is generally observed as the instant in which the Cold War moved towards a nuclear conflict. Furthermore, it is also the main recognized instance of mutual assured destruction (MAD) being deliberated as a decisive factor in a key international arms settlement (Acheson, 1969). The Cuban missile crisis is largely held as the greatest military conflict that ...
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Dean Acheson: Present at the creation

Dean Acheson: Present at the creation

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... Dean Acheson, Present at Creation Essay Introduction Acheson help guides America through hottest fire of the cold war. Present at the creation stands in the explanation of how the world that is presently scorned by revolutionary youth got the way it is. His memorable contributions came during the implementation of the containment policy from Marshall to NATO. Acheson was President Trumans Secretary of State. Acheson was a vital figure in designing the post-war world. In a demanding and an astonishingly creative and demanding tenure, Acheson was involved in several issues: From NATO creation to Korean War. Dean Acheson U.S. foreign policy is a milestone in comprehending complex, the formative period. ...
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A Letter to Dean

A Letter to Dean

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... of the Sender Address zip 07/05 Dean George Washington 2121 St NW Washington, DC 20052. Dear Sir, RE: APPEALING MY SUSPENSION This letter is to petition your office on my suspension from George Washington University. I have accepted responsibility over my poor performance take this opportunity to explain the circumstances that led to my poor performance. One of the reasons for which I was suspended is failure to secure enough credits. I took few credit hours with the thought that I could do well in those credits and would make up for the remaining credit hours in the subsequent semesters. My plan was to take few credit hours in order to have some time to look for part-time job but did not get one. ...
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Paired Associate Learning Experiment

Paired Associate Learning Experiment

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... Running head: Paired Associate Learning Experiment Introduction Psychologists from different theoretical perspectives have taken an interest in the way human being acquire new information. There are two major perspectives, which have been used by psychologists in the study of human learning and memory. These are behaviorism and cognitive psychology (Murdock, 1961). Behaviorists posit that there is no need to refer to knowledge or any other concepts like “attention, perception, memory, or “thought” to understand the behaviour (Murdock, 1961). This way, they focus on the observable behaviors instead of mental activity. Cognitive psychologists, on the other hand, seek to understand the inner mental...
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Associate degree program in nursing

Associate degree program in nursing

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... Associate Degree Program in Nursing or for Medical Assistant 6. Qualification of Faculty An individual who wants to enter the faculty of associate degree programs needs to have the following qualifications. He needs to have an active license of a registered nurse in Maryland and a master degree in full time position is also a requirement. Clinical experience to function efficiently in the area of teaching is also a requirement as well as two-year experience in clinical instructions. An individual who wants to join the baccalaureate faculty needs to have a current nursing license from Maryland, a master and doctoral degrees in nursing (Gun, 2012). An individual must also possess clinical experience...
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