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Graduate recruitment and selection practices

Graduate recruitment and selection practices

| March 31, 2015

Introduction The selection procedure of HAL is arduous and outdated, specifically with regards to the initial application process which is poorly run through expensive advertising mechanisms. The initial application is done by way of an initial application form assessed by junior personnel, which may not represent the most effective means of screening initial phase applicants. […]

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Retour Aux Origines: A business plan

Retour Aux Origines: A business plan

| March 31, 2015

1. INTRODUCTION A. BUSINESS DESCRIPTION Retour Aux Origines is a clothing range and label which will be conceptualized and developed by a collection of London based fashion designers that are concerned about the environmental issues facing the world today. The textile industry, according to Dr Dorothy Maxwell, has a detrimental effect on the environment. She […]

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Business Plan Template

| March 31, 2015

Think of a business idea, then create a business plan so that potential financiers will be interested in providing you (the new entrepreneur) with money for your new venture. Be guided by The Business Plan Template- below. You must help a potential financier understand why they should put money into your business. Overall, you should […]

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Research proposal: Fashion retailer that sells ethical clothes

| March 28, 2015

Introduction: People had become concerned about chemicals in fabrics. In response to worries about toxics fabrics, labels began to appear on clothes to show they were natural or chemical- free. But some committed pioneers began to understand what a raw deal producers and workers in developing countries were getting. “Fashion is not something that exists […]

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BP Case Study of Leadership During Criss

BP Case Study of Leadership During Criss

| March 28, 2015

1. Introduction Background to the Research Although effective leadership is essential in order for organizations to achieve their objectives and vision, it may be argued that such leadership is most important during periods of crisis and turmoil. Indeed, it is often during such periods of organizational turmoil that true leadership is best exercised – in […]

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Crisis management and leadership as related to BP’s most recent organisational crisis

Crisis management and leadership as related to BP’s most recent organisational crisis

| March 28, 2015

Literature Review This section briefly discusses crisis management and leadership, the two key areas of literature that will help to examine Tony Hayward’s leadership during BP’s most recent organisational crisis. Crisis and Crisis Management There is no one definition of the term ‘crisis’ (Keown-McMullan, 1997), however, a guiding definition is that a crisis is an […]

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Crisis management, with specific emphasis on leadership during organisational crises: A Dissertation proposal

| March 28, 2015

Introduction Unlike the stable conditions of the past, risk has become a key aspect of every area of life as the way in which modern society has been constructed has led to a series of striking changes in the conditions of risk management (Borodzicz, 2000, Smith, 1990). For example, Rasmussen (1997) highlights three key things […]

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Developing access to foreign market

| March 28, 2015

1.1 Introduction That contemporary firms need access to foreign markets to sustain their market strength and improve their competitive position is not new to the study of strategic marketing. Indeed, foreign market entry is a concept which has gained sway at the height of the Second World War in the late 40s and before the […]

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Strategic Issues and Challenges of Eastman Kodak

Strategic Issues and Challenges of Eastman Kodak

| March 28, 2015

Introduction In an era when there are only a few companies selling the same or similar products in a given market, with the demands of prospective customers not being sophisticated, strategy may not be regarded as a critical or important element for business success. That was true for most of the first half of the […]

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An overview of the theoretical perspectives on strategic management for Kodak

| March 27, 2015

Introduction Strategies are the corner stone of organizations. They help define the overall direction of businesses and delineate the boundaries within which the business operates. Without clear and robust strategies, businesses would not be able to set precise objectives, and thus won’t succeed in developing their competencies or allocate their resources to achieve those objectives. […]

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The Concept Development Corporation Case Study

| March 26, 2015

Introduction This essay is centred upon the Concept Development Corporation case study in Crawford & Di Benedetto, which contains important aspects about launching tangible products and intangible services. The case study would be linked to the product evaluation task in Figure 8.1 in order to ascertain the major differences between the evaluations of tangible goods […]

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The Impact of Culture and Performance Management in the Work of the UNFPA in Afghanistan

| March 26, 2015

Chapter 1: Introduction Organisations operate in a variety of arenas and contexts. They have to work within a broader economic framework, operate in accordance to political demands and legal structures, and deal with other technological and infrastructural realities. The wider social and cultural context also impacts the operations of any organisation. Prevailing values, traditions and […]

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To what extent it is true that comparative advantage determines the pattern of international trade, while absolute advantage creates wage differentials between countries?

| March 26, 2015

Introduction Both comparative and absolute advantage are theories of international trade. International trade itself involves “two or more economic systems in an exchange of goods and services which transcend international boundaries” (Menipaz and Menipaz, 2011). As an economic principle of international trade, the absolute advantage theory states that countries should focus on producing goods that […]

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Cairn Energy Plc Analysis

Cairn Energy Plc Analysis

| March 26, 2015

INTRODUCTION Cairn Energy Plc (“Cairn”) is an Edinburgh based publicly traded Oil & Gas Exploratory & Production (E&P) company dealing primarily within its operated assets in India, Bangladesh, Nepal and Greenland (Cairn, 2009). Major products sold are crude oil and natural gas, produced from both offshore and onshore drilling blocks (Hoovers, 2009b). Cairn was founded […]

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Evaluate the effectiveness of the newly introduced “Learning Exchange” intranet platform: Research Proposal

| March 26, 2015

Purpose Thomson Reuters is a global information company, headquartered in the Canada, and operates in 93 countries with over 50,000 staff (Thomson Reuters, 2009). Being a knowledge based organization, Reuters was having problems with the flow of knowledge amongst different departments across several countries. The purpose of this paper therefore is to evaluate the effectiveness […]

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Work Experiences while working at an Advertising Firm: A reflective essay

| March 26, 2015

1. INTRODUCTION In this reflective essay, I would be reflecting and analysing three work experiences that I was involved in while working at the advertising firm. This reflective essay would entail objective, subjective and analytical reflections on those particular experiences, and learning outcomes that have ensued from analysing those scenarios. 2. STUDENT BACKGROUND During my […]

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The impacts of conventional oil extraction methods and remediation techniques

The impacts of conventional oil extraction methods and remediation techniques

| March 24, 2015

1         INTRODUCTION Bennett (1989 pg. 40) defines consumer behaviour as the “dynamic interaction of affect and cognition, behaviour, and environmental events by which human beings conduct the exchange aspects of their lives”. Evans and Richardson (2007) propose that consumer behaviour is composed mainly of 3 main activities that include obtaining, consuming and disposing. Obtaining referring […]

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Economics and the Premier League – Literature Review

| March 18, 2015

1. LITERATURE REVIEW A. PROFITABILITY AND THE PREMIER LEAGUE According to Morrow (2003), the business operations of British football clubs are unconventional. Even though they are limited liability companies, operating within similar legal and governance frameworks to other profit led businesses, they still exist within a different context emotionally and socially. Barros and Garcia (2008) […]

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Globalisation Essay: Positive and Negative Impacts on the developing world

Globalisation Essay: Positive and Negative Impacts on the developing world

| March 18, 2015

Globalisation Essay: The Positive and Negative Impacts of Globalisation on the Developing World What is Globalisation? Free 3000 words Globalisation Essay: The concept of globalization is currently a popular but very controversial issue, and has been one of the most widely debated issues since communism collapsed. ‘Debates currently raging about globalization include whether it even […]

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Economic Analysis of Asset Prices

| March 18, 2015

Introduction The most recent economic crisis, from which the global economy is still reeling, started in 2007, approximately one year after the ‘sub-prime’ housing market in America buckled under its own weight, putting pressure on the financial markets across the world. This economic crisis, argued to be the worst financial crisis since the Great Depression […]

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