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Marketing Plan for the Internationalisation Project of Huawei Technologies Ltd

| November 8, 2016

Executive Summary Huawei Technologies is the leading Chinese multinational telecommunications equipment and services firm and it has consistently sustained an internationalisation drive – having achieved significant success in its domestic operations. In furtherance of its international expansion project, it sets out to identify new markets where it can do business successfully, expand its customer base, […]

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Evaluating the ethos and challenges facing family business organizations: The case of Cengiz Holding

| November 7, 2016

Company overview Cengiz Holding is a family owned, leading multinational company with its headquarters in Istanbul, Turkey. Ever since its inception in 1980, the company has operated under the chairmanship of Mr.  Mehmet Cengiz (Cengiz, 2012). Since its incorporation, the company has grown to become one of the leading investment companies in Turkey.

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Business Aviation Operations (Is it luxury or a necessity)

| November 3, 2016

Introduction It will be considered in this assignment whether business aviation operations are a luxury or a necessity. This will be done by accessing relevant text books, journal articles and online databases. Once all of the applicable information has been gathered, a critical evaluation will then be conducted. An overview of business aviation operations will […]

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Employee Relations Pair Report

| November 2, 2016

Executive Summary The purpose of this report is to examine the impact of employee relations in the workplace. An American furniture company – Furniture-Co is planning on opening six new stores across the South West of London, employing 800 people. In order to write this report for the Chief Executive it is necessary to investigate […]

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Developing a Sustainable Procurement Policy

Developing a Sustainable Procurement Policy

| October 31, 2016

Introduction The rising demand for greener, more environmentally friendly products and services has paved the way for sustainable procurement. In the field of operations management, ‘sustainable procurement has emerged as a way green the purchasing and supply process’ (Walker et al 2009, p.348). Sustainable procurement means taking consideration sustainability issues in all procurement actions and […]

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Internationalization Strategies

| October 24, 2016

Introduction In early days of civilization, people in most of the cultures and societies across the globe use to live in families, growing their own food, making their own clothes and supporting their lives through various other self made goods. Then the population of the world increased, and production and distribution of goods began to […]

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The Application of Strategic Procurement Strategies to Further and Higher Education Institutions: Measuring Corporate Performance

| October 24, 2016

Introduction Whilst further and higher education institutions in the United Kingdom are generally considered as having the primary purpose of educational output, it is generally seen in the market place that these institutions are run in a similar fashion to most other corporate institutions. It is therefore not surprising that strategies of strategic procurement in […]

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Regulation and Management in the Global Community

| October 24, 2016

WRITEPASS – CUSTOM ASSIGNMENT WRITING – DISSERTATION Introduction This paper is composed in order to demonstrate and analyse the management techniques and internationalisation strategies in the context of the global community. This report is prepared for the board of directors in the UK, in order to provide an insight about the potential internationalisation of the […]

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Institute of Leadership and Management Level 5 Diploma in Management

| October 24, 2016

Introduction The following looks at the development needs of an individual for whom I have responsibility at work. I devise, justify and describe the monitoring of a personal development plan to meet their needs. My organisation is Westminster Drug Project, a vibrant, dedicated and innovative charitable organisation committed to assisting people who have drug and […]

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Psychological Contracts

| October 24, 2016

Introduction Psychological contracts can be defined as the informal and unwritten agreement between organisations and employees (Conway et al, 2005). An improvement in the general level of education and literacy rates has resulted in a shift from informal to formal contracts (Cullinane & Dundon, 2006). The term psychological contract can be used to describe a […]

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Georgia on the Road to NATO: challenges to and accomplishments towards membership

| October 19, 2016

Project Rationale One of the key questions that scholars, policy makers, and practitioners face today is that of the future outlook and role of NATO. Pivotal moments in the past fifteen years mark the events of 9/11, the operation in Afghanistan and ISAF’s involvement there, the US invasion of Iraq and the following stabilisation efforts […]

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Business Plan: E-Commerce Application “Learning Disability Service”)

| October 17, 2016

I. Summary of the Group’s Business Idea Our group’s business plan involves an e-commerce application that provides services to the people having learning disabilities. The business is named as LDS for learning disability service. LDS will operate as a commercial entity with an underpinning social agenda.

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Critically evaluate the extent to which an organisation’s structure and culture may determine its ability to transform itself

| October 17, 2016

ABSTRACT This paper discusses concepts of organisational transformation. Specifically, it examines how the structure and cultures of the organisation can either facilitate or reduce its capability to transform. In doing this, the paper highlights six theories of organisational transformation.

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Analysis of McDonald’s Corporation

| October 13, 2016

Abstract This report presents a business and marketing analysis of McDonald’s Corporation, one of the biggest brands in the fast food industry. This report highlights the main business activities of the organisation, as well as provides an overview of the fast food retail industry and McDonald’s the competitive environment of McDonald’s.

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Analytical report on the sustainability of the London 2012 Olympic games

| October 11, 2016

Executive summary This report presents a discussion of the sustainability plan developed for, and implemented during, the 2012 Olympic Games held in London. The sustainability plan was governed by five main themes: climate change; waste; biodiversity; inclusion; and healthy living (London 2012, 2012). The aim with regards to climate change was to deliver a low […]

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A Critical Analysis of Case C-91/92 Paolo Faccini Dori –v- Recreb Srl (1994)

| October 10, 2016

Executive Summary EU directives are considered not to have horizontal direct effect, i.e. the provisions of the European directive cannot be relied upon by private individuals, when it comes to a legal dispute where they have not been transposed by member states into international law.

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The extent to which supply chain activities within Zara supports its competitive advantage

| October 6, 2016

Introduction Zara, a flagship brand of the holding group Inditex, has emerged as the world’s fastest manufacturers of affordable fashion clothing. It owns and manages an expanding specialty chain with 1721 Zara stores and 187 Kiddy’s class stores as of October 2012. Some of its stores operate under the Lefties brand, known for low-cost fashion. […]

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Investment Analysis And Strategy

| October 5, 2016

Introduction Part A of this paper describes the reasons for selecting corporate bonds as opposed to other types of bonds. Part D defines the benchmarks for each portfolio to compare results at the end of the investment period. Part A Investing in bonds is one of the most challenging investment decisions that investors have to […]

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Spanish Banks In Latin America

| October 3, 2016

Abstract The service sector has in the past few decades seen an increase in the integration of global economies. The expansion of Spanish banks into Latin America is a striking example of the degree of globalization and integration of financial markets that is increasingly taking place across the globe. The leading Spanish banks have augmented […]

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Analysis of logistical changes of Morrisons’ supply chain and assessment of their environmental footprint

| September 28, 2016

Introduction Branded and referred to as Morrisons, WM Morrison Supermarkets plc is a supermarket chain headquartered in Bradford, West Yorkshire, England which ranks fourth among the largest in the UK.  It competes with Tesco, Asda, Sainsbury and Co-operative group with a market share of 12.2% as of February 2012 (Morrisons, 2012).

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