Magoosh GRE

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A critical analysis of the role and functioning of the World Trade Organisation (WTO) as it relates to Newland

| January 19, 2017

Abstract This paper provides an analysis of the role and functioning of the World Trade Organisation (WTO) as it relates to Newland. Details about the WTO Agreement are presented as well as about the full impact of WTO membership.

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For small businesses, does the reality of using social and new media in marketing live up to the promise? A qualitative study amongst business owners in the UK

| January 19, 2017

Abstract The area of emerging technology and marketing has become an topic of increased debate as the potential to reach more consumers and provide real savings for small business is created.

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Management proposal

| January 19, 2017

Abstract The present paper is based on a case study of Top Travel. Inconsistent manager practices in selecting travel clerks and trainees are described. Furthermore, the paper includes a section in which a relevant strategy to improve the selection process is recommended.

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MBA leadership and organisational behaviour at W L Gore

| January 19, 2017

Abstract This paper provides an exploration of leadership and organisational behavioural issues at W L Gore Company, which is the UK branch of a renowned US company.

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Business Strategy And Economics

| January 18, 2017

Abstract This paper is focused on the importance of disruptive innovation as described in the teaching of Professor Clayton Christensen.

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To what extent do different approaches to change management facilitate or hinder organisational unification when companies acquire assets?

| January 18, 2017

Abstract This paper describes three major approaches to change management, such as Kotter’s eight-step mode, Bridge’s transition model and Prosci’s ADKAR model.

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Boston matrix analysis for BHP Billiton Group

| January 18, 2017

Abstract The paper provides an analysis of BHP Billiton Group based on the Boston matrix. It is indicated that this matrix is a solid marketing tool to determine the financial performance of organisations.

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Severe income disparity: A review of the WEF’s global risk

| January 18, 2017

ABSTRACT This paper provides a discussion of one of the most persistent global risks identified by the WEF, namely severe income disparity.

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The effect of talent management on business success in Nigeria’s telecoms sector

| January 18, 2017

  Summary Talent management is a key challenge for organisations in the current economic climate and, in particular, when it comes to a dynamic industry within an emerging market.

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SPSS analysis on modern portfolio theory-optimal portfolio strategies in today’s capital market

| January 18, 2017

Abstract This paper provides information on specific ideas embedded in single index model/construction of optimal portfolios compared to the classic Markowitz model.

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Strategic Benefits of Effective Diversity Management

| January 18, 2017

Abstract Diversity management acknowledges the reality that people are different with respect to factors such as gender, marital status, age, disability, social status, sexual orientation, personality, ethnicity, religion, and culture.

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Change is a consistent issue for the modern organisation. Discuss the various ways in which the employee may offer effective resistance to this change.

| January 18, 2017

Abstract Modern organisations are consistently prone to organisational change. Change reflects business growth and represents the needs of society. Hence, businesses often make changes in accordance with societal needs by focusing on the customer and marketing as opposed to focusing purely on production (The Times, 2012: 1).

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With specific reference to the EU’s doctrine of direct effect, critically assess the extent to which EU law concerning commercial activities are enforceable within member states.

| January 17, 2017

Introduction The extent to which EU legal rules and principles, concerning commercial activities, are enforceable within member states will be critically assessed in this essay.

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Oil Boom in Nigeria: What are the Socio-Economic Implications for Society from 1999-2014?

| January 17, 2017

Chapter 1: Introduction Nigeria is one of the leading oil producing countries in the world. Nigeria’s economy was largely characterised by agricultural production alongside other consumer goods up to the 1980’s, when oil wealth took over the majority of the country’s economy.

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Security Manager – Working with and leading people

| January 17, 2017

Task 1: Teamwork mini project  The teamwork mini project demonstrates its main target to discuss the role play of a selection day at St Patrick’s College. The conduct of this role play is done by a team of three students. The job title introduced for this selection day is the post of a security manager.

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Analysis of Nestlé’s Business Environment

| January 17, 2017

Company Overview Nestlé, based in Switzerland, is the world’s leading food and nutrition company measured by revenues (Nestlé, 2013). The company sells baby foods, breakfast cereals, coffee, confectionery, frozen food, pet foods, yoghurt and snacks through extensive distribution channels all over the world spreading out from facilities run by the company in over 100 countries.

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Virgin Atlantic Airlines

| January 17, 2017

Executive Summary  The aim of this write up is to provide a brief overview of Virgin Atlantic Airlines, its purpose, mission and vision statement. The key stakeholders of the VAA and the duty of care VAA owes to these stakeholders are analysed. Being a global service provider, Virgin Atlantic & British Airways are affected by […]

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A comparative study of Omani employees’ perception toward managers’ leadership styles and management competences in public and private sectors.

| January 17, 2017

Introduction Leaders are fast becoming recognised as the key to success for organisations across the globe and as such studies on how leaders are created and how leaders interact with others are becoming much more prevalent (Chemmers, 1997).

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Critique Zara’s strategy based upon an evaluation of the external and internal environments facing Zara.

| January 16, 2017

Introduction Using your evaluation of the external and internal environments facing Zara, you are asked to critique Zara’s stated strategy of expansion into (Eastern) Europe and Asia. Consider whether the strategy is feasible, suitable and acceptable. In your answer, consider both the likely benefits as well as challenges that Zara is going to face.

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The role of originality and creativity in setting out a good marketing communication strategy

| January 16, 2017

Introduction The paper panda tour of introducing 1600 paper pandas in Hong Kong has demonstrated the use of quite original and creative elements, which are important aspects in setting out a good marketing communication strategy (Ng, 2014). It has been indicated that marketing managers have tried their best to use original methods of attracting customers […]

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