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Discuss and reflect on how different theories of motivation help explain your intention to maximise the experience of being a student in a University

| August 30, 2016

Abstract Motivation is a psychological attribute that stimulates the brain to act in a certain way in order to achieve a desired outcome or goal. It is considered the driving force of all decisions that individuals make throughout their life. This essay would seek to discuss and reflect on how the different theories on motivation […]

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Examine how and why McDonald’s recently decided to rebrand itself in the UK

| August 30, 2016

Introduction This paper will critically examine the key factors behind the recent McDonald’s rebranding campaign in the UK. The main objectives of this research will be to explore why and how did McDonald’s rebrand itself in the UK. This research will also provide an in-depth analysis of the benefits of McDonald’s business model, as well […]

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Entrepreneurship

| August 30, 2016

Introduction Entrepreneurship is defined as the willingness or capacity that an individual or group of people have in developing, organizing and managing business ventures regardless of the risks that are involved (Kumar, 2008). Entrepreneurs are essentially individuals with excellent skills in presentation, generation of creative ideas that are likely to lead to the creation of […]

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Petrol Retail Sector

| August 30, 2016

Abstract The oil industry is a very important part or sector of the world economy and should be developed and taken care of in an appropriate manner. It is certainly one retail sector that has had considerable changes and development in its core business. The industry has continually gained popularity and attracted a lot of […]

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CSS Lean Operations Report

| August 29, 2016

1. Executive Summary This report has been designed to help Crockwood Seat Suppliers (CSS), a manufacturing company based in the Midlands, to achieve its goal of eliminating waste in its production operations through leaning. The company which produces low volume seats using its current manufacturing processes which include pressing, forming, welding, sewing and assembly has […]

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Issues, Problems and Risks in Construction Projects and Ways of Mitigating Them

| August 29, 2016

Introduction Organizations often embark on projects so as to improve the quality of products and services that they offer to their clients and the working conditions of employees. Whilst the end result is usually expected to be positive, there are several challenges, problems and risks that are faced during implementation of these projects (Huemann, 2010). […]

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Strengths, limitations and challenges of ethical and socially responsible business practices

| August 26, 2016

Introduction Ethically upright or socially responsible businesses are those that aim at attaining their organizational goals while at the same time morally serving the interests of all their stakeholders. According to Shaw (2010), ethical business practices also involve fairly competing with business rivals in the industry. Even though all businesses are expected to act in […]

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Innovative Strategy in Royal Dutch Shell

| August 26, 2016

Abstract Royal Dutch Shell has established itself as a market leader in the gas and oil industry primarily due to its innovative approach to product development. By looking at the corporate strategy of the organisation a much greater understating of the use of innovative strategy can be obtained, with reference to corporate culture as well […]

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Choose two authors writing about either Market forecasting; Competitor analysis or Environmental analysis

| August 25, 2016

INTRODUCTION The article ‘Competitor Analysis and Foothold Moves’ by Upson, Ketchen Jr. & Connelly, and Ranft renders an analysis of competitor dynamics and the shifts in the market place when competitors interact with market forces.  Upson et al establish rivalry as the interaction between businesses and the market forces that drive competition. 

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How Organizations Monetize Their Presence On Social Networking Platforms

| August 25, 2016

Introduction The recent years has seen tremendous changes with the way people communicate and interact. These changes have been driven primarily by the development of social networking platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, Myspace and Linked In among many others. These Web-based “social networks” have revolutionized the way people network, communicate and interact.

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A case study of a dying monopoly

| August 24, 2016

Abstract Gazprom is an international powerhouse long credited with maintaining a Russian monopoly in the energy sector. This essay examines the impact of modern economics on the once mighty business in order to assess their future potential. Examining the inception, modern operation and potential for the Gazprom monopoly will benefit the effort to chart a […]

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Implications of labour market flexibility on Human Resource Management

| August 24, 2016

Introduction Over the past few decades, there has been an increase in demand for greater labour flexibility, driven primarily by increases in international competition and advances in technology (Vincente-Lorente & Suarez-Gonzalez 2007). Given the intense competition and the speed of technological change, there has been a proliferation of non-standard forms of employment such as outsourcing, […]

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