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Airline Consumer Engagement Marketing Essay

| January 16, 2017

Airline Consumer Engagement Marketing Essay Abstract This paper discusses how airline companies engage with their consumers. It discusses the modes of consumer engagement and the process of engagement. Most companies use integrated marketing approach to engage consumers because of the diversity of needs in the market.

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Defining the Advantages and Disadvantages Cultural Similarities in the Context of the Recruitment Process

| January 16, 2017

Introduction Historically, much debate exists surrounding the cultural role and its place within the labour market system. Research examining the labour market has posed that culture is peripheral within occupational sorting with regard to status attainment (Blau & Duncan, 1967; Tilly & Tilly, 1998).

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Research proposal and literature review

| January 16, 2017

Abstract This research proposal consists of several parts that provide a relevant direction for the development of a research project on the topic of talent management and knowledge management in contemporary organisations. The first part introduces the mentioned topic by providing adequate background details that aim at exploring the direct link between talent management and […]

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How does the organization you work for or an organization you are familiar with ensure that their training is effective? Drawing on the relevant literature, critique their existing approach. Identify and discuss how, according to the literature, practice could be improved. Highlight any possible constraints to improving practice.

| January 14, 2017

Introduction Historically, the training culture of the Civil Service was weak.  It existed mostly for technical tasks that were related to administrative jobs rather than having a focus on leadership and management.

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Impact of Marketization on Higher Education in the UK

| January 14, 2017

Abstract Marketization is an increasing phenomenon within the current environment. Every sector of the economy continues to adopt the concept of marketization in a bid to enhance efficiency, effectiveness, and competitiveness of the affected sectors.

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Total Quality Management: A Case Of Barclays Bank

| January 14, 2017

Abstract A number of bankers hold the school of thought that banks fall under the finance industry instead of the service industry. In consequence, the competition is more inclined to financial prowess rather than service quality.

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How to ‘save’ Ghana from Petrodollars?

| January 14, 2017

Introduction Resources haven’t always been linked to wealth, as the management of resources in a country is always subjected to politicking. Ghana’s resources have been recently discovered, thus space for maneuver regarding how to make the best out of the natural supplies is given to the government. 

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Discuss the Major Issues Associated With Expatriate Failure and Assess Some Strategies HR Can Formulate and Implement In Order To Increase the Rate of Successful Assignments

| January 14, 2017

Introduction The importance of the management of expatriate’s has grown as the number of multinational companies has increased significantly over the last few decades, therefore increasing the need to be aware of potential problems which could cause high failure rates in expatriate assignments (Anderson,2005).

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A Checklist on Effective Team Working

| January 14, 2017

Abstract This paper presents a checklist of the qualities that make individuals effective team members. The checklist comprises of seven qualities which are communication skills, commitment towards attaining the team objective, competence members’ respective fields of specialty, creativity, support and respect for other members, effective organization and management skills, and responsibility and accountability.

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The International Strategy of TESCO PLC

| January 14, 2017

Abstract This study explores the different theories of international entry strategies and then analyses the international strategy of Tesco Plc. Firms can enter the international markets through different strategies, including licensing technology abroad, direct investment acquisition, exporting, strategic alliance in foreign market and establishing joint ventures.

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People Management and Organisation Development

| January 14, 2017

Executive Summary The introduction of changes in a business is usually related to resistance at lower or higher level. Such risk can be reduced if appropriate measures are taken in advance. In this study, reference is made to an organisation’s effort to implement a change plan in order to secure the benefits of Organisational Development.

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China Construction Market

| January 13, 2017

Intoduction China’s construction market is currently in a state of over-supply, with an overreliance in the past on residential and commercial construction to drive economic growth leading to an apparent ‘glut’ in the market (AECOM, 2013).

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The Long Term Impact of Staff Reduction on Surviving Staff: Starbucks Experience

| January 13, 2017

Research Aims Staff reductions are often required as part of the restructuring of an organisation, or as a response to economic conditions.

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Strategic Management Case Study

| January 13, 2017

Introduction Harley-Davidson is one of the oldest business organizations in the motorcycle industry with over 10 decades of experience in the production and supply of motorcycles. This is evident in its historical performances attributed with sustained competitive results of the company’s motorbikes in the racing arena (Vasudha 2011).

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Suggestion of an Ideal Business Environment Appraisal Tool for Consensus Caring Homes Group

| January 13, 2017

Introduction One of the characteristics of the present day organisational environment is its proneness to change. It is therefore advisable for organisations to ensure that they employ ideal analysis tools in evaluation their internal and external business environments (Teece, 2010).

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A Critical Reflection of My Own Experience of Leadership

| January 13, 2017

Introduction This critical reflection is focused on my own experience of leadership whereby I suggest areas for my own development. I am also using herewith leadership theory and concepts in analysing and evaluating the leadership case that I am presenting.

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Ethical Consumerism: The Local Food Company

| January 13, 2017

Executive Summary The report aims to understand the concept of ethical consumerism, with the help of an organisation that operates ethically. The selected organisation is The Local Food Company in the UK. The Local food company is engaged in sourcing and delivery of fresh, local and organic food including fruits and vegetables (organic and non-organic), […]

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Process Safety Management in the Oil and Gas Industry

| January 13, 2017

Abstract This paper provides a discussion of process safety management applied to the global oil and gas industry. The importance of maintaining regular risk assessments and environmental impact assessments has been indicated upon the completion of this research.

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An Investigation of the impact of staff motivation on organizational performance: A case study of comparing Primark retail store, Tesco Plc and ASDA Group Ltd.

| January 12, 2017

Aim of Study The study aims to determine employee motivation levels and its effect on organizational performance at the three retail stores. The specific related objectives are: To evaluate the extent to which the organizations provide different motivating factors for its employees To test the relationship between employee motivation and organizational performance Rationale of study […]

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A critical exploration of incorporated and unincorporated business structures and an examination of potential consequences to managers and directors for ignoring provisions of the equality act 2010.

| January 12, 2017

Introduction An important first step in any business decision is deciding the type of structure of the company. There are several business structures which may include sole proprietorship, partnership, corporations and unincorporated business structures (Bhushan 2008).

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